On the Program - May 13th 2008

Hour One - Does this generation have a rendezvous with destiny?

Hour Two - Marc Morano www.epw.senate.gov Topic: Is God punishing Marc Morano by killing Oklahomans?

Hour Three - Arthur Brooks www.arthurbrooks.net His new book "Gross National Happiness" "Are conservatives really happier than liberals?"

Thom's Travel & Events Coming Up...

May 16th - Booksigning & Talk at Frugal Muse Books 7pm, corner of SE corner of 75th and Lemont Road in Darien.

May 17th - Chicago Green Festival - Thom will be speaking on main stage Saturday at 1pm

Thom's Blog Is On the Move

Hello All

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

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