On The Program Today - Jan 28 2008

Hour One - Guest: Alex Epstein www.aynrand.org Topic: Thom will ask Alex - Should we just turn America over to big business?

Hour Two - Guest: Marlo Lewis www.cei.org Topic: Shouldn't states have the right to prevent cancer if they want to? (Don't you believe in the 9th and 10th amendments of the constitution?)

Hour Three - Guest: Dana Milbank www.washingtonpost.com Topic: His new book - Homo Politicus: The Strange and Scary Tribes That Run Our Government

Guest: Faith Culbreath www.seiu.org Topic: Labor Issues

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Hello All

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