Sue's Daily Summaries

Tuesday 28 June '11 show notes

  • Corporate CEOs have a secret they don’t want you to know about…
  • Mark Williams, Talk Radio host and Tea Party advocate. What is the Tea Party plan to take over the GOP?
  • Jon Ronson, Journalist, documentary filmmaker, radio presenter, author. Can you pass "The Psychopath Test?"
  • Kumi Naidoo, Executive Director - Greenpeace International.

Monday 27 June '11 show notes

  • John Nichols, The Nation Magazine. Did a judge try to choke a fellow justice?!
  • Peter Ferrara, General counsel of the American Civil Rights Union. Who's really "playing chicken" with the debt ceiling?
  • Kyle Olson, Founder and CEO of Education Action Group Foundation. Student loans & for profit colleges are creating a new generation of indentured servants.
  • Paul Gunter, Beyond Nuclear.

Friday 24 June '11 show notes

Thursday 23 June '11 show notes

  • Dan Gainor, Business and Media Institute. Are right wing voter id laws an invasion of privacy, a threat to democracy or both?
  • Robert Greenwald, Filmmaker, political activist and founder of Brave New Films.

Wednesday 22 June '11 show notes

  • William Goodman, Attorney, President Board of Directors w/Sugar Law Center for Economic & Social Justice. Law suit challenging Michigan's Emergency Manager law filed today.
  • Ken Klukowski of The American Civil Rights Union. What is the problem with the U.S. Supreme Court?
  • Macon Cowles, City Councilman-Boulder, CO / environmental & civil rights attorney.

Tuesday 21 June '11 show notes

  • Senator Jeff Merkley (D-OR). It's time for our Troops to Come Home.
  • Peter Ferrara, General counsel of the American Civil Rights Union, author. Why do conservatives want to throw "Obamacare" under the bus?
  • Rose Ann DeMoro, Executive Director - National Nurses United.

Monday 20 June '11 show notes

  • Ryan McConaghy, Director of the Economic Program at Third Way. Cash for geezers vs. geezers for McJobs.
  • Stephen Moore, Editorial board member and senior economics writer, The Wall Street Journal. IMF warns global economic recovery in danger...conservatives say US should "default".
  • Robert Lennox, the secretary-treasurer of Teamsters Local 495.

Friday 17 June '11 show notes

Thursday 16 June '11 show notes

Wednesday 15 June '11 show notes

Tuesday 14 June '11 show notes

  • Faiz Shakir, Think Progress. Republican debate...any surprises?
  • Eric Sapp of the American Values Network. "The Battle for the soul of America"...Ayn Rand or Jesus.
  • Dr. Robert Condon, Faculty Research Scientist-Dauphin Island Sea Lab. Explosion in Jellyfish Numbers.
  • Wayne Root, Root For America.

Monday 13 June '11 show notes

  • Charles Kernaghan, Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights. Profits before people...Sri Lankan women suffer to work for Walmart supplier.
  • Mary Bottari, Center for Media and Democracy. Wisconsin Gov.

Friday 10 June '11 show notes

  • Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT). "Brunch With Bernie".
  • Due to a power cut at the studio and the blocks around, the second and third hours were replayed from yesterday.
  • Bumper Music:

Thursday 9 June '11 show notes

  • It's "UN Radio Day 2011".
  • Ambassador, Sir Mark Lyall Grant, UK Ambassador / British Permanent Representative to the United Nations: war in Libya / climate change.
  • Under-Secretary General Dr.

Wednesday 8 June '11 show notes

  • Cliff Schecter, Progressive PR consultant. Our Own Private Mumbai.
  • David Sirota, talk show host. America's police state...default on your student loans, SWAT team could visit you too.
  • Mark Williams, Talk Radio host and Tea Party advocate.

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