On the Program - Aug 20th 2008

Quote: Democracy means not "I am as good asyou are" but "You are as good as I am." --Theodore Parker

Hour One
- Joseph Farah www.worldnetdaily.com Topic: Thom challenges Joseph Farah -What if they held a presidential election and no-one showed up? ( new book"None of the Above: Why 2008 is The Year to Cast the Ultimate ProtestVote")

Hour Two - Terry Jeffrey www.cnsnews.com Topic: Thomand Terry debate the “Issues of the Day”

Hour Three "Everything You Know is Wrong" T.E. Scott www.crazymanseconomics.comTopic: Crazy Man's Economic

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