On the Program - May 14th - 2008

Book Contest - Cracking the Code: How to Win Hearts, Change Minds, and Restore America's Original Vision by Thom Hartmann. Goes to the wittiest, smartest or funniest post at www.thomhartmann.com On the Program - May 14th 2008.

Hour One - What's Hillary's future and what does her future look like?

Hour Two - The Prescription Pill Epidemic - Do People want a "pill for every ill?"

Hour Three - Audacia Ray www.wakingvixen.com  Topic: Legalizing, regulating and protecting sex workers?

Guest: Larry Scott www.vawatchdog.org  Topic: Veteran's issues

Thom's Travel & Events Coming Up...

May 16th - Booksigning 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.

Please follow us across to hartmannreport.com - this will be the only place going forward to read Thom's blog posts and articles.

From Unequal Protection, 2nd Edition:
"Beneath the success and rise of American enterprise is an untold history that is antithetical to every value Americans hold dear. This is a seminal work, a godsend really, a clear message to every citizen about the need to reform our country, laws, and companies."
Paul Hawken, coauthor of Natural Capitalism and author of The Ecology of Commerce
From The Thom Hartmann Reader:
"Thom Hartmann seeks out interesting subjects from such disparate outposts of curiosity that you have to wonder whether or not he uncovered them or they selected him."
Leonardo DiCaprio, actor, producer, and environmental activist
From The Thom Hartmann Reader:
"Thom Hartmann is a creative thinker and committed small-d democrat. He has dealt with a wide range of topics throughout his life, and this book provides an excellent cross section. The Thom Hartmann Reader will make people both angry and motivated to act."
Dean Baker, economist and author of Plunder and Blunder, False Profits, and Taking Economics Seriously