Sue's Daily Summaries

Thursday 22 January '14 show notes

  • Mike Papantonio, Ring of Fire Radio: issues of the day
  • What would you add to the progressive platform?
  • Is John Boehner committing sedition?
  • Kai Newkirk, Progressive Organizer & Co-founder of 99Rise: 99 Rise stand up to SCOTUS on Citizens United 5th anniversary

Wednesday 21 January '14 show notes

  • The myth of Obama moving to the left
  • Greg Palast, Billionaires & Ballot Bandits: How Greece was 'Goldman Sacked' by the euro
  • Carrie Lukas, Independent Women's Forum: What's at stake for women in the net neutrality debate?

Tuesday 20 January '14 show notes

  • Neil McCabe, The Washington Mercury: How expensive is it to be poor?
  • Is it child abuse to let your kids walk home alone?
  • State Of The Union...what do you want to hear?

Monday 19 January '14 show notes

  • How do we fulfill Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream?
  • Rev. D. Alexander Bullock, Change Angent Consortium: Time to end police brutality
  • Dr. Clarence Lusane, American University / The Black History of the White House: What would MLK, Jr. think of America today?

Friday 16 January '14 show notes

  • Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT): "Brunch With Bernie"
  • Anything Goes on Townhall Friday!

Thursday 15 January '14 show notes

  • Phyllis Schlafly, Eagle Forum: So...college women are to blame for campus rape?!
  • Dahr Jamail, Truthout: The methane monster roars...
  • Who needs lobbyists?

Wednesday 14 January '14 show notes

  • In for Thom today, Progressive Commentators Danielle and Shane-O.
  • Maya Schenwar, Truthout / Locked Down, Locked Out: Is it time to rethink our "tough on crime" stance?
  • Jeremy Travis, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York (CUNY): Is it time to rethink our "tough on crime" stance?
  • Ian Millhiser, Center for American Progress / Think Progress: Did Scott Walker just save...Obamacare?
  • Brad Friedman, The Brad Blog: Why our beliefs make us vulnerable
  • Democratic Messaging

Tuesday 13 January '14 show notes

  • In for Thom today, Progressive Commentators Danielle and Shane-O.
  • Shawn Fremstad, Center for American Progress: What is a "traditional" family?
  • John Fugelsang, Tell Me Everything-Sirius/XM Ch. 121: Why we need humor in politics
  • Richard Eskow, Campaign for America's Future / The Zero Hour (radio): GOP-first they came for the disabled...
  • Shahid Buttar, Bill of Rights Defense Committee: Officer involved shootings...did NM D.A. just set a precedent?

Monday 12 January '14 show notes

  • In for Thom today, Progressive Commentators Danielle and Shane-O.
  • Dave Saldana, PipeLIES Exposed: KXL Pipeline scores a win in Nebraska, what's next?
  • Lee Camp, Redacted Tonight: Should there be limits on free speech?

Friday 9 January '14 show notes

  • Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT): "Brunch With Bernie"
  • Labor Secretary Thomas "Tom" Perez, U.S. Secretary of Labor: Jobs report out today
  • Alec Rexroat, iSaveTeam Union for Mechanical Insulation: Reducing greenhouse gases
  • Anything Goes on Townhall Friday!

Thursday 8 January '14 show notes

  • France Can't Afford To Make The Bush Blunder...
  • America's Lawyer Mike Papantonio, Ring of Fire Radio: Paris terrorist attacks
  • Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH): GOP's sneak attack on Social Security

Wednesday 7 January '14 show notes

  • Terrorism is terrorism...
  • Rev. Bill Keller, Live Prayer: Right wing fundamentalism kills again
  • Dan Sisson, The Revolution of 1800: Thom Hartmann University Book Club - chapter 8

Tuesday 6 January '14 show notes

  • Austin Petersen, The Libertarian Republic: Why are Libertarians embracing KXL pipeline?
  • Professor Harvey J. Kaye, U of WI-Green Bay / The Fight for the Four Freedoms: What Made FDR and the Greatest Generation Truly Great: How America would look with FDR's Four Freedoms
  • Is it too late to attain FDR's ideas for the US?
  • Jan Frel, Alternet: The state of progressive media

Monday 5 January '14 show notes

  • Neil McCabe, Conservative Columnist-Townhall.com & Editor-The Washington Mercury: Should stair climbing be mandatory?
  • Noel Flasterstein, Gun Rights For You: Call out the NRA over murdered NYC police officers
  • The latest science on high-fructose corn syrup

Wednesday 31 December '14 show notes

  • The most under-reported story...
  • Dr. Stephanie Seneff, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.): Why is autism on the rise?

Currently Chatting

The Post-Citizens United Era.

This month marks five years since the United States Supreme Court made their infamous ruling in the case of Citizens United v. FEC. That ruling turned a century of legal precedent on its head with the declaration that corporations have a First Amendment right to spend money in elections. And, that ruling opened the floodgates to massive spending levels in our political process.

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