On the Program - Oct 13th 2008

Hour One: Grace-Marie Turner www.galen.org Topic: Thom and Grace-Marie debate healthcare, Obama v. McCain or…

Hour two: Carrie Lukas www.iwf.org Topic: Thom and Carrie "Mix it up” about the economic crisis and big corporations - should they continue to get big tax breaks?

Guest: Robert Greenwald www.BraveNewFilms.org Topic: McCain's anger problem?

Hour Three - President/CEO Humane Society Wayne Pacelle www.hsus.org Topic: Factory-farm practice of caging farm animals in spaces so tight that they are unable to turn around, stretch or lay down.

Thom on Russian TV - www.russiatoday.com

October 17 @ 7:00 PM Thom is speaking & Booksigning - Democratic Headquarters -San Fernando Valley (DPSFV) 14529 Archwood Van Nuys, CA 91405 (818) 995-DEMS www.dpsfv.com 

October 19 – Debate - 2p-4p American Jewish University, Bel Air CA
Gindi Auditorium Register 310-440-1246S http://wcce.ajula.edu/Content/ContentUnit.asp?CID=154&u=7564&t=0

with Allan Stolk Las Vegas, Bill Handel LA, Stephanie Miller national and Thom Hartmann national

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