On the Program - April 28th 2008

Hour One - Guest: Dr. Yaron Brook www.aynrand.org Topic: Thom and Yaron will debate if the "free market" or government will be better dealing with food rationing & shortages in the U.S.

Hour Two - Guest: Lene Johansen www.cei.org Topic: Thom will be challenging Lene who claims - we should accept global climate change instead of trying to prevent it.

Hour Three - Guest: Jared Bernstein www.epi.org Topic: Crunch: Why Do I Feel So Squeezed? (And Other Unsolved Economic Mysteries

Guest: Congressman Keith Ellison www.ellison.house.gov Topic:In an outrageous move, Senate Republicans blocked a resolution recognizing Chavez's life and work.

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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