On the Program - Oct 7th 2008

Hour One - Guest: Rep. Brad Sherman, California 27th District www.sherman.house.gov Topic: Martial law threatened if Congress didn't pass bail out bill

Guest: Tim Dickinson www.rollingstone.com
Topic: McCain...Make-Believe Maverick?

Hour Two - Guest: Bruce Fein www.thelichfieldgroup.com
Topic: His new book "Constitutional Peril"

Hour Three - Guest: Dr. Marjorie Cohn www.marjoriecohn.com
Topic: Why a McCain/Palin Administration would be dangerous for America

Guest: Greg Palast www.gregpalast.com
Topic: "Steal Back Your Vote"

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