On the Program - Feb 26 2008

Hour One - Marc Morano www.epw.senate.gov Topic: Thom and Marc debate - Do Climate bills harm the economy?

Guest: Investigative Journalist Greg Palast www.gregpalast.com Topic: Exxon Shipping v. Baker: What's at Stake?

Hour Two - Mike Adams www.dradams.org Topic: Thom challenges Mike on his book - "FEMINISTS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS"

Hour Three - Kathryn Joyce www.thenation.com Topic: Demographic Winter and the Christian Right...Christian conservatives predict a looming catastrophe as birthrates fall in Europe and Muslim immigration rises.

Thom's Blog Is On the Move

Hello All

Today, we are closing Thom's blog in this space and moving to a new home.

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