Sue's Daily Summaries

Wednesday 16 July '14 show notes

  • Which is worse...government or corporate bureaucracy?
  • Mayor Adam O'Neal (R-Bellhaven, NC), Save Our Hospital: GOP Mayor walks 350 miles for Medicaid Expansion
  • Your calls on corporate bureaucracy!

Tuesday 15 July '14 show notes

  • James Gattuso, Heritage Foundation: Net Neutrality Faces Backlash!
  • Euthanasia should be legally painless
  • Alexander Zaitchik, Rolling Stone Magazine / The American Independent: Media should give no credibility to gun nuts

Monday 14 July '14 show notes

  • Dennis Michael Lynch, They Come to America I & II: Do We Need Protection From Immigrants?
  • The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is Right Again!!
  • America's Lawyer Mike Papantonio, Ring of Fire Radio: Did Holder Really Go After Big Banks

Friday 11 July '14 show notes

  • Nancy Skinner, Candidate for Congress (D-MI, 11th District) / previously, syndicated radio & TV commentator: Running for Congress on climate change
  • Anything Goes Friday

Thursday 10 July '14 show notes

  • Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT): "Brunch With Bernie"
  • Shahid Buttar, Bill of Rights Defense Committee: We know who the NSA is spying on
  • Rev. Bill Keller, Christians only...all others convert?!

Wednesday 9 July '14 show notes

  • Kevin Kamps, Beyond Nuclear: Will the typhoon cause another meltdown at Fukushima?
  • Lee Fang, The Nation / The Machine: A Field Guide to the Resurgent Right: The real reason pot is still illegal
  • Dr. Richard Wolff, Democracy At Work: Economy...boom or bubble?

Tuesday 8 July '14 show notes

  • Are Mitt Romney and Ted Cruz both Messiahs?
  • Pastor D. Alexander Bullock, Change Agent Consortium: white people don't get to say the N-word
  • Mike Papantonio, America's Lawyer: Where's the Public Outrage about Big Money in Politics?
  • Robert Parry, Consortium News: Nixon's darkest crime

Monday 7 July '14 show notes

  • S.C. Sherman, DailySurge / Mercy Shot: Should we be sending riot squads to a humanitarian crisis?
  • What West Virginia can learn from Sarah Palin
  • It's Anything Goes Summer!

Thursday 3 July '14 show notes

  • Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT): "Brunch With Bernie"
  • Thom's thoughts on making life decisions - plus you calls!
  • Anything Goes!

Wednesday 2 July '14 show notes

  • Hilary Shelton, NAACP: 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
  • Stephen Cohen PhD, The Nation / Soviet Fates and Lost Alternatives: From Stalinism to the New Cold War: latest on Ukraine
  • Emperor Penguins, climate change & your calls

Tuesday 1 July '14 show notes

  • Mike Papantonio, Ring of Fire Radio: How do we hold SCOTUS accountable?
  • Anything Goes Summer - with some big stories and some stories that no one else is covering

Monday 30 June '14 show notes

  • Siobhan "Sam" Bennett, Political Strategist / Author...forthcoming book, Ascend: The Hobby Lobby Case
  • Supreme Court decisions - Hobby Lobby and Unions, and judicial review

Friday 27 June '14 show notes

  • Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT): "Brunch With Bernie"
  • Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH): Sen. Brown introduces infrastructure bill
  • Anything Goes on Townhall Friday!

Thursday 26 June '14 show notes

  • Mike Papantonio, Ring of Fire Radio: Issues of the day
  • Professor Dana Frank, professor of history at the University of California, Santa Cruz: Why children are fleeing the Honduras and El Salvador - and showing up on our border
  • Thom's theory that Boehner's lawsuit against Obama is an extension of the Birther movement

Wednesday 25 June '14 show notes

  • Ian Millhiser, Senior Constitutional Policy Analyst at the Center for American Progress & Think Progress: SCOTUS Decisions today!
  • Should Senators set foreign policy?
  • Russell Brand rants about Fox News
  • Can Boehner sue the President?

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