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Friday 19 February '10 show notes

  • Show live from radio row at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington DC... a lone liberal confronting a sea of conservatives!
  • Guests:
    • "America's Senator," Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT).
    • Timothy Lee, Vice-President of Legal and Public Affairs at the Center for Individual Freedom.
  • Thursday 18 February '10 show notes

    Wednesday 17 February '10 show notes

    • First two hours of show live from Washington DC, before Thom participated in a small round table at the White House with Vice President Biden's Senior Economic Adviser, Jared Bernstein. Steve Forbes was recycled.
    • Guests:

    Tuesday 16 February '10 show notes

    • Guests:
      • John Marty, Minnesota State Senator (District 54) and Candidate for Governor.
    • Topics:
      • Is Evan Bayh just a symptom of Citizen's United and the coming of the Great Depression?
      • Who are you and why should listeners vote for you?
      • How to prepare for the coming depression
      • Should an 11 year old who murders be tried as an adult?
    • Bumper Music:

    Monday 15 February '10 show notes

  • Carl and Christine of the "KPOJ morning show" guest host.
  • Holiday Trifecta: Valentine's Day & Chinese New Year 2/14 and President's Day 2/15.
  • Guests:
    • Historian Kenneth Davis, creator of the "Don't Know Much About" series, drops by. His most recent book is "America's Hidden History" and his forthcoming book is "A Nation Rising" (May 2010).
  • Friday 12 February '10 show notes

    • Guests:
    • Topics:
      • "Brunch With Bernie"
      • Don't you think people are more offended by their country being occupied than by having gays serving in the military?
      • "Anything Goes Friday"
    • Bumper Music:

    Thursday 11 February '10 show notes

    • Guests:
      • Curtis Coleman, GOP Candidate for U.S. Senate running against Sen. Blanche Lincoln (D-AR).
      • Bill McKibben, Environmentalist, Founder of 350.org, author of numerous books including the forthcoming "Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet".
      • Carrie Lukas of the Independent Women's Forum.

    Wednesday 10 February '10 show notes

  • Guests:
  • Topics:
    • Government Fannie Mae worked great, private Fannie Mae was a disaster...let's go back to nationalized Fannie Mae.
    • Have the banksters bought the White House? First the communists were coming to get us, then the Muslims were coming to get us…now they own us!
  • Tuesday 9 February '10 show notes

    • Guests:
      • World Net Daily's Joseph Farah
      • Single mom, Terri Carlson, who's willing to marry a complete stranger to get health care coverage.
      • Conservative libertarian WSJ economic writer Stephen Moore, co-author of "The Return to Prosperity".

    Monday 8 February '10 show notes

    • Guests:
      • Dan Gainor, Vice President and T. Boone Pickens Free Market Fellow at the Business and Media Institute.
      • Dale Robertson, Founder of the modern day tea party movement.

    Friday 5 February '10 show notes

  • Guests:
  • Topics:
    • If it's Friday...it's "Brunch With Bernie"
    • "Anything Goes Friday"
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  • Thursday 4 February '10 show notes

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  • Wednesday 3 February '10 show notes

    • Guests:
      • Conservative Daniel Pipes, Director of the Middle East Forum and the Taube distinguished visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University.
      • Dick Kay, political reporter for NBC TV in Chicago for 38 years and host of "Back on the Beat" from 1-4pm on WCPT, Chicago's Progressive Talk.

    Tuesday 2 February '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Libertarian Wayne Allyn Root
    • Dr. Paul Cameron of the Family Research Institute.
    • Dr. Nathaniel Frank", Senior Research Fellow at the Palm Institute; Adjunct Faculty at the Gallatin School at New York University; author of the bestselling book "Unfriendly Fire: How the Gay Ban Undermines the Military and Weakens America".
  • Monday 1 February '10 show notes

    • Guests:
      • Jeff Sharlet, Contributing Editor for Harpers and Rolling Stone; author of the best selling book "The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power".
      • Doug Cunningham, Workers Independent News.

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