The Thom Hartmann Program - Weekly Report Sep 29 - Oct 3 2008

September 29 – October 3 2008 Radio Guest Highlights for the Week

Guest: Dan Gainor Topic: Thom challenges Dan on why there’s Sarah Palin media blackout?
Guest: Monetary system expert Andrew Gause Topic: "Uncle Sam Bails Out Wall Street, Who Bails Out Uncle Sam?"
Guest: “Labor Segment” Dennis Van Roekel Topic: How do Barack Obama’s and John McCain’s education reforms differ?

Guest: Ralph Reed Topic: McCain? Palin? What are Republicans thinking?
Guest: Barbara Comstock Topic: Thom and Barbara debate the Employee Free Choice Act
Guest: Robert Baer Topic: his book "The Devil We Know: Dealing with the New Iranian Superpower"

Guest: Naomi Klein Topic: The latest "shocks" on the American crisis, bailout.
Guest: Terry Jeffrey Topic: The issues of the day through the lens of both conservative and liberal

Guest: Peggy Noonan Journal and the best selling author of seven books Topic: Thom and Peggy discuss - Is post election unity possible no matter who wins?
Guest: “Taking our Country Back” Robert Hamilton Topic: Running for California's 49th Congressional District...running against Republican Darrell Issa
Guest: Naomi Wolf Topic: Her new book "Give Me Liberty"
Guest: Christy Harvey Topic: News under the Radar

Friday –
“Brunch with Bernie” – Senator Bernie Sanders taking your calls

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