On the Program - Oct 21th 2008

Quote: It is to be regretted that the rich and powerful too often bend the acts of government to their own selfish purposes. - Andrew Jackson

Hour One -Tara Ross www.taraross.com Topic: "Enlightened Democracy: The Case for the Electoral College"

Guest: James "Jim" Hoffa www.teamsters.org Topic: The race to the bottom- he’ll be at the location of a former Mr.Coffee plant that shut down 10 years ago and moved to Mexico then after 3 years in Mexico and moved to China.

Hour Two -"The Postman" www.ChooseForeclosure.com Topic: why walking away from foreclosure might be the best action "Choose Foreclosure: The Case For Walking Away"

Hour Three -"Taking Our Country Back" Elwyn Tinklenberg www.tinklenberg08.com Topic: Running for Congress in Minnesota's 6th District against Republican incumbent Michelle Bachman

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