Sue's Daily Summaries

Tuesday 13 July '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Webster Tarpley, Author, historian, journalist, lecturer, and critic of Anglo-American hegemony.
    • Stewart Acuff Chief of Staff and Assistant to the President of the Utility Workers Union of America.
    • Ben Jealous, President and CEO of the NAACP.
    • conservative talk show host and Chair of the Tea Party Express Mark Williams.

Monday 12 July '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Frederick "Fred" Kaufman, Contributing editor to Harper's Magazine
    • Jacob Sollum, Senior Editor at Reason magazine and
    • Economist/author Stephen Moore, Conservative economist, editorial board member of the Wall Street Journal, and co-author of Return to Prosperity (w/Arthur Laffer).

Friday 9 July '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Robert Prechter, market analyst & President of Elliott Wave International.
    • Three time Academy Award Winning film director & screenwriter Oliver Stone.
  • Topics:
    • What happens if the Dow hits one thousand?!
    • 'Anything Goes' Friday.
    • "South of the Border".

Thursday 8 July '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Author/Activist David Swanson. His most recent book is "Daybreak: Undoing the Imperial Presidency and Forming a More Perfect Union".
    • Andy Kroll of Mother Jones Magazine.
    • Veteran Journalist Jason Leopold, Deputy Managing Editor of Truthout.

Wednesday 7 July '10 show notes

Tuesday 6 July '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Hurricane Creekkeeper; photographer; videographer John Wathen
    • Mac McLelland, Human rights reporter Mother Jones Magazine; writer of The Rights Stuff, and the author of "For Us Surrender Is Out of the Question: A Story From Burma's Never-Ending War".
    • Dr.

Thursday 1 July '10 show notes

  • Guests:
  • Topics:
    • "Brunch With Bernie" - Thursday edition!
    • Why won't the Democrats and Republicans point out that our immigration problem is all Reagan's fault?

Wednesday 30 June '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Stephen Moore, Economist and policy analyst; member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board; contributing editor for National Review; latest book "The Return To Prosperity".
    • Don Siegelman, Governor of Alabama 1999-2003.
    • Historian Justin Vaisse of the Brookings Institute talks to Thom about his new book "Neoconservatism: The Biography of a Movement".

Tuesday 29 June '10 show notes

  • Guests:
  • Topics:
    • Kagan Hearings...Why are the Republicans so attached to race bating politics?
    • Who is Barack Obama really?

Monday 28 June '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • RN Martha Kuhl, Board member CNA and National Nurses United.
    • Kieran Suckling, Founder/Executive Director of the Center for Biological Diversity.
    • Former head of the Texas Republican Party, Tom Pauken.
  • Topics:
    • Sharks are circling the G-20, as nations tremble before the banksters...
    • Senator Robert Byrd, RIP.

Friday 25 June '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Senator Bernie Sanders, (I-VT).
    • Dylan Ratigan, Host of the Dylan Ratigan Show on MSNBC.
    • Casey Nunez, New Orleans tour guide/actor/filmmaker, who made a video of oil raining down in River Ridge, Louisiana.
  • Topics:
    • "Brunch With Bernie"
    • Financial Reform.

Thursday 24 June '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • William Yeatman, Energy Policy Analyst at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
    • Restaurateur and author Bobby Egan.
    • Dr. John Lott, author of "More Guns, Less Crime".
    • Minnesota State Senator, Democratic Congressional candidate Tarryl Clark.

Wednesday 23 June '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Scientist/Adventurer/Author Mark Moffett, author of "Adventures Among Ants"...
    • Dan Gainor, Vice President & T. Boone Pickens Free Market Fellow at the Business and Media Institute.
  • Topics:
    • Is McChrystal only a symptom of what's really wrong with the war in Afghanistan?
    • Everything You know is Wrong...about Ants?!

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