On the Program - Oct 27th 2008

Thom is on Fox NewsAmerican Newsroom with Megyn Kelly and Bill Hemmer 930am et Monday (Oct 27th) The Debate – Is Obama/Biden Ticket Marxist, Socialists or Neither?

Hour One - Brad O'Leary www.barackobamatest.com Topic: Thom and Brad the debate Employee Free Choice Act...Is a Union Democracy in the workplace?

Hour Two - Carrie Lukas www.iwf.org Topic: Size matters! Thom & Carrie mix it up over the size of government and who benefits...is bigger better?

Hour Three - Ralph Nader www.votenader.org Topic: Ralph Nader Successfully Attempts Guinness World Record

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