On the Program Today - March 31 2008

Hour One - Guest: Yaron Brooks www.aynrand.org Topic : Is John McCain's modern version of Reaganomics destroying not only the middle class but America itself?

Hour Two - Guest: Professor Bradley Schiller http://spa.american.edu/listings.php?ID=103 Topic: His recent Opinion piece in the WSJ "The Inequality Myth" Is America's middle class being wiped out?

Hour Three - Guest: Howard Simon, Executive Director, ACLU-Florida www.aclufl.org Topic : Are we losing our privacy with spy drones, wiretapping, fingerprinting, etc...or are we becoming more secure?

Thom's Blog Is On the Move

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Thom's blog in this space and moving to a new home.

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