On the Program - Feb 11 2008

Hour One - Guest: Larisa Alexandrovna www.rawstory.com  Topic: CBS "60 Minutes" caves to White House pressure on Siegelman story

Hour Two - Guest: Matt Rothschild www.theprogressive.org/mag Topic: Exclusive! The FBI Deputizes Business

Hour Three - Guest: Professor Peter Swire www.peterswire.net Topic: Bush Administration Plans To Install Black Box Sensors On Private-Sector Computer Networks

Is Every Single Part Of the Trump Presidency a Con?

Thom plus logo Donald Trump swindled his father's estate for several hundred million dollars and turned himself into a phony billionaire. We now know it was all a con.

The Trump administration, according to today's New York Times, was leaning on the CDC to provide any kind of evidence, no matter how thin or meaningless, that could be used to justify opening schools. We now know that was all a con.
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