On the Program - Nov 13th 2008

Quote: "A people's memory sets the measure of its political freedom" - Wilson Carey McWilliams

Hour One - How can we reinvent the car industry and also bust up Al Qaeda?

Guest: Jim Martin www.martinforsenate.com Topic: Special run off election against Saxby Chambliss on December 2nd

Hour Two - Alan Jablonski www.mortgage-maze.net Topic: Successfully Navigating The Mortgage Maze

Hour Three - Professor Harvey Kaye www.uwgb.edu/SCD/KAYE.HTM Topic: "To be Franklin"...what made FDR great...and Obama's potential to be a great president

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