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Thursday 14 October '10 show notes

Wednesday 13 October '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Dan Gainor, Vice President and T. Boone Pickens Free Market Fellow at the Business and Media Institute.
    • Professor Ian McGregor, Associate Professor York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
    • Greg Stebben, Editor - Men's Health magazine.

Tuesday 12 October '10 show notes

  • Guests:
  • Topics:
    • News you need to know: How extreme will the GOP get?
    • Ayn Rand conservatism at work...should the "private" fire department be sued for allowing pets to die?

Monday 11 October '10 show notes

  • Today is Columbus Day.
  • Guests:
    • OR State Rep Jefferson Smith, founder of the Oregon Bus Project for hands on democracy
    • Conservative author Dinesh D'Souza, new President of The King's College in New York City; former White House policy analyst (Reagan Administration)
    • Angel Kennedy, R.N. & Donna Smith, members of the Nurse's Union.

Friday 8 October '10 show notes

  • Guests:
  • Topics:
    • "Brunch With Bernie".
    • "Tea & Crackers: How corporate interests and Republican insiders built the Tea Party monster"
    • 10/10/10 global work party.

Thursday 7 October '10 show notes

  • The first day that the show was broadcast from its new DC home.
  • Guests:
    • David Sirota, Journalist, author-most recent book "The Uprising" and host of the morning show on AM760 Colorado's Progressive Talk.

Wednesday 6 October '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Heather Higgins, President/CEO - Independent Women's Voice; formerly, editorial writer at the Wall Street Journal where her articles still appear.
    • James Halsam, Director, Lead Organizer Vermont Workers' Center.
    • Dan Gainor, Vice President and T. Boone Pickens Free Market Fellow at the Business and Media Institute.

Tuesday 5 October '10 show notes

  • Quote: "For target shooting, that's okay. Get a license and go to the range. For defense of the home, that's why we have police departments." -- James Brady.
  • Guests:
    • Dr. John Lott, economist, author of several books including the updated, re-released "More Guns, Less Crime".
    • Tyler Norris, Chairman, University of Texas chapter of Young Conservatives of Texas.

Monday 4 October '10 show notes

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Wednesday 29 September '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Congressman Peter DeFazio
    • Darcy Burner, Executive Director, Progressive Congress dot org.
    • Zaid Jilani, Reporter/Blogger at the Center for American Progress.
    • Dan Gainor, Vice President and T. Boone Pickens Free Market Fellow at the Business and Media Institute.

Tuesday 28 September '10 show notes

  • Show live from DC.
  • Guests:
    • Robert Rooks, the NAACP's Director of Criminal Justice.
    • Wade Henderson, President of LCCR (Leadership Conference of Civil and Human Rights)
    • Irish Journalist Stephen MacDonogh, his new book on the President's Irish roots.

Monday 27 September '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Investigative journalist/author David Cay Johnston.
    • Curtis Dubay of the Heritage Foundation.
    • Doug Cunningham, Producer/Reporter-Worker's Independent News.
    • Jeff Sharlet, assistant professor of creative nonfiction at Dartmouth College and a contributing editor at Harper's Magazine and Rolling Stone.

Friday 24 September '10 show notes

  • Show live from Minneapolis.
  • Guests:
    • Senator Bernie Sanders, (I-VT)
    • Representative Ryan Winkler, Minnesota State Rep (District 44B, Golden Valley and St. Louis Park, Minnesota House of Representatives).
    • Carmen Berkley, NAACP Regional Organizer/ONWT Dep.Dir. of Field Mobilization (Youth).

Thursday 23 September '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • the Rev. William Barber, NAACP-NC State Conference President and on the National Board of Directors.
    • Swedish Ambassador Jan Eliasson, Chair of WaterAid International.
    • Congressman Devin Nunes (R-CA, 21st District).

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