On the Program - Sep 17th 2008

Quote: “You can never have arevolution in order to establish a democracy. You must have a democracy inorder to have a revolution.”— Gilbert K. Chesterton

Hour One - Brad Miner www.harpercollins.comTopic: Thom challenges Brad about his book "Smear Tactics: The LiberalCampaign to Defame America"

Hour Two - Terry Jeffrey www.cnsnews.com Topic: How big should government get? Is it bigger than we can afford?

HourThree - "EverythingYou Know is Wrong" Melanie Miller www.isi.orgTopic: Today is the 221st anniversary of the U.S. Constitution...butapart from the “Big Three”—Washington, Jefferson, and Madison—few Americansknow anything about our Founding Fathers

Guest: LarryScott www.vawatchdog.org Topic: Vets issues

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