The Thom Hartmann Program - July 31 2008


Quote: Every kind ofservice necessary to the public good becomes honorable by being necessary - NathanHale

Hour OneEconomic Meltdown? And the Best of the rest of the News…

Hour Two - James Carafano, PhD www.heritagefoundation.orgTopic: Is America's anti-war movement "wilting" (Carafano says yes)

Guest: "Taking Our Country Back" Henry Sanchez www.sanchezforuscongress.org Topic: Running for Congress in Michigan's 3rd district...

Guest: "Advertising SuccessStory" Greg Boyce:www.corbettfishhouse.com Topic: successful advertising campaign onKPOJ

Hour Three - Larisa Alexandrovna www.rawstory.com Topic: Paul Minor case,Siegelman case, plus Diebold

Guest: Christy Harvey www.americanprogress.org Topic: News under the Radar

Thom's Travel & EventsComing Up…

August 2 & 3 - (this weekend!) In Madison, WI with our affiliatestation The MIC 92.1 (WXXM) - Thom is speaking Saturday - NonStop RadioSymposium, Exhibition Hall, Alliant Energy Center, 1919 Alliant Energy CenterWay www.nonstopradio.com

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.

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

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