Sue's Daily Summaries

Monday 22 March '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Dr. Robert "Bob" Letcher, Parkinson's patient targeted by Tea Partiers at rally in Ohio; activist/philosopher.
    • Eamonn Fingleton, international economics journalist; best selling author of "In the Jaws of the Dragon".
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Friday 19 March '10 show notes


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    • Is it better to pass this health care bill, with all its deficiencies, and then work for better?

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Friday 19 March '10 show notes

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  • Topics:
    • Is it better to pass this health care bill, with all its deficiencies, and then work for better?
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Thursday 18 March '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Fran Korten, Publisher of Yes! Magazine.
    • Dahr Jamail, Independent investigative journalist who's been covering the war in Iraq since the invasion; best selling author...his most recent book is "The Will to Resist: Soldiers Who Refuse to Fight in Iraq and Afghanistan".
  • Topics:
    • Health care.
    • Nobel Prize winner Elinor Ostrom, corporate personhood.

Wednesday 17 March '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Dan Gainor, Vice President & T. Boone Pickens Free Market Fellow at the Business and Media Institute.
    • John West, attorney, author of THE LAST GOODNIGHTS: Assisting My Parents with Their Suicides, a memoir of love, courage, and honor.

Tuesday 16 March '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Tim Duncan, Entrepreneur, executive & attorney in the field of corporate finance; worked closely with Professor Elizabeth Warren on Consumer Financial Protection Act.
    • Michael J. McHugh, Director of Marketing, Homeschools.org. "The Christian Educator"

Monday 15 March '10 show notes

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  • Topics:
    • Are you willing to have fewer crimes solved in order to have more personal privacy?
    • Why do Republicans love Middle Eastern terrorists and Cesar Chavez?
    • "American Conspiracies: Lies, Lies, and More Dirty Lies the Government Tells Us"

Friday 12 March '10 show notes

Thursday 11 March '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Tom Tancredo, Chairman-Rocky Mountain Foundation, co-chairman of the anti-illegal immigration Team America PAC, former U.S. Congressman (R-CO, 6th district) and 2008 Republican candidate for President.
    • Bob Fertik, founder of democrats.com.
    • Conservative columnist Tony Blankley.
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Wednesday 10 March '10 show notes

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  • Topics:
    • Health care.
    • Why are right wing anti government hate groups on the rise?
    • Should Progressives give up on Obama?
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Tuesday 09 March '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Katherine Mangu-Ward, Senior Editor and Columnist at Reason magazine and Reason.com – the magazine of “Free Minds and Free Markets.”
    • Rev. Roger Christie, Ordained minister the Religion Of Jesus Church; licensed to marry people by the Department Of Health, State of Hawaii, specifically as a ‘Cannabis Sacrament‘ minister.

Monday 08 March '10 show notes

Friday 05 March '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • "America's Senator," Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT).
    • David Sirota, author, columnist, journalist, morning drive-time host on KKZN-AM760 in Colorado.
  • Topics:
    • If it's Friday...it's "Brunch With Bernie"
    • Is it Time to Abandon the Democratic Party?
    • 'Anything goes' Friday!
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Thursday 04 March '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Dr. Richard Brake, Director of University Stewardship at The Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI).
    • Conservative David Horowitz, ho wrote a book about his late daughter, Sarah, and their relationship: "A Cracking of the Heart".
    • Peter Ferrara, General Counsel for the American Civil Rights Union (ACRU).
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