On the Program - Oct 2 2008

Quotation: Conscience is the most sacred of all property - James Madison, 1792

Hour One
- Stephen Spoonamore www.mustbefed.com Topic: Voting machine security...

Hour Two - Peggy Noonan www.peggynoonan.com Topic: Is post election unity possible no matter who wins?

Guest: "Taking Our Country Back" Robert Hamilton www.roberthamiltonforcongress.com Topic: Democratic nominee for California's 49th Congressional District...against by GOP Darrell Issa

Hour Three -Naomi Wolf www.americanfreedomcampaign.org Topic: Her new book "Give Me Liberty: A Handbook for AmericanRevolutionaries"

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