"Renaissance Thinking About the Issues of Our Day"
Hour 1 - Is Sotomayor a corporate tool? Is too big to fail too big to exist? Is China going to save the world from North Korea or do we all need to be saved from China?
Hour 2 - Dr. Ravi Batra - Should we be considering a national tax? Is there a depression still looming? www.ravibatra.com
Hour 3: "Start Where You Are" Chris Gardner, Author of "The Pursuit of Happyness" talks with Thom about how to go from homelessness to happiness www.chrisgardnermedia.com
Topic: Are we on the brink of a worse depression or a new revival of the economy?
Topic: "Roll the dice...legalize internet gambling?" Thom confronts Eli Lehrer of the Comepetitive Enterprise Institute www.cei.org
Hour 1: "Do Corporate Tax cheats...'help' our economy?!" Thom challenges Dan Gainor of the Business and Media Institute www.businessandmedia.org
Hour 2: Taliban waterboarding US Military prisoners? Says...waterboarding is not torture? Is GPS tracking without warrants OK?
Peter B Collins (Wed & Fri) and Portland KPOJ's Morning Crew "Carl Wolfson with Christine Alexander"(Thu) will be filling in Wed - Fri while Thom is home for his mother's funeral and to be with family. Thom will be back Monday.
Hour One: The Best of the Rest of the News
Hour 1: Thom talks to Elizabeth de la Vega www.truthout.org "Of Black Holes and Radio Silence."
Hour 2: Don Siegelman is showing up briefly for an update. www.donsiegelman.org
Topic: Eamonn Fingleton, former editor of Financial Times & Forbes, drops by about the Japan economy and what that has to do with us.
Topic: Should Children be taught to kill and skin the Easter Bunny? Are we removed from where our food comes from?
Thom travels to Germany, Carl Wolfson and Christine Alexander, Thom's co-hosts at KPOJ fill in...they'll be joined by special guests author Ken Davis, Dr. Marjorie Cohn and more
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