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Afghanistan – and ten years later...

In 2001 we started a war in Afghanistan – and ten years later we’ve achieved just barely 50% of our military goals in that nation.  So says the former top commander in Afghanistan – Retired General Stanley McChrystal.  Speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations – McChrystal blasted the planning and effort that went into the Afghanistan war – now the longest war in American history – saying,    "We didn't k

Daily Topics - Thursday October 6th, 2011

Hour One: Occupy Wall Street movement - Congressman Peter DeFazio (D-OR, 4th District)

Hour Two: Get the money OUT of politics - Dylan Ratigan / Occupy Wall Street march, eyewitness account - J.A. Myerson

The Movement Marches on & so do the Banksters...

The Occupy Wall Street movement swelled to at least 20,000 people yesterday – as demonstrators peaceably marched through Manhattan alongside throngs of unionized workers.  But as the sun went down – and demonstrators attempted to take their march to Wall Street – another police crackdown ensued.  Using pepper-pray and swinging batons – police prevented protestors from accessing Wall Street – and they also closed the Wall

Speaking of the 99% versus the 1%

Speaking of the 99% versus the 1% - a new report out of the International Monetary Fund finds that one of the greatest factors for prolonged economic growth in a nation is a low level of wealth inequality.  By reviewing economies around the world – and looking at economic variables such as political institutions, debt, and trade – the study found that by far – it’s wealth inequality that has the greatest effect on susta

Daily Topics - Wednesday October 5th, 2011

Hour One: Republicans...no jobs bill, no safety net, no regulations...no! no! no!

Hour Two: American exceptionalism and Occupy Wall Street - Dan Gainor, Business and Media Institute

Hour Three: The Magic of Reality - Professor Richard Dawkins

The Transport Workers Union don't want to bus Occupy Wall Street to Jail

The New York Transport Workers Union went to court to block New York City and the NYPD from forcing bus drivers to transport arrested Wall Street protestors.  After police rounded up and arrested 700 peaceful demonstrators on the Brooklyn Bridge over the weekend – the NYPD commandeered 3 city buses to haul off the demonstrators. 

Did “Occupy Wall Street” turned into a “Crackdown on Wall Street?”

The “Occupy Wall Street” demonstration turned into a “Crackdown on Wall Street” as NYPD officers disrupted a peaceful march across the Brooklyn Bridge and arrested more than 700 people on Saturday.  Yet demonstrators in lower Manhattan’s Zucotti Park – the “central command” of the movement – remain undeterred despite the crackdown.  Each day, more and more people are streaming into the park – renamed “Liberty Square” – to j

Daily Topics - Friday September 30th, 2011

Join me Oct. 3 to 5 - I'll be "live" noon-3p ET at the Take Back the American Dream conference — at the FSTV EStudio - Come say Hi!

It's Anything Goes on Townhall Friday!

Hour One: "Brunch With Bernie" - Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) takes your calls

Will Ben Bernanke's Warning go Unheard....

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke issued a warning to Congress yesterday – though they probably didn’t hear it since Speaker of the House John Boehner told everyone to go on vacation this week.  Speaking in Cleveland – Bernanke said, regarding the nation’s unemployment situation, “This is unheard of.  This has never happened in the post-war period in the United States…The unemployment situation we have, the job situatio

First it was Vermont – now it’s Montana...Single Payer Healthcare

First it was Vermont – now it’s Montana.  Governor Brian Schweitzer of Montana said he plans to ask the federal government to exempt his state from requirements in the Affordable Care Act – so that he can set up a universal, single-payer system like in Canada. 

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