On the Program - Nov 24th 2008

Welcome Back from the Air American Cruise...

Quote: “I’ve been racking my brain to find methods of openly, actively, and legally opposing this tyrant in the making. Any suggestions?” --Fox News’ Sean Hannity asking his website visitors for their help in how best to attack Obama

Hour One – The Cruise - Who pee’d on Ron Reagan (trickle-down? Cruise) and the economic meltdown)

Hour Two - Carrie Lukas www.iwf.org Topic: Thom and Carrie mix it up – If the Obama kids get school choice – why not everyone?

Hour Three - Martha Burk Ms. Magazine Money Editor and author of "Your Money and Your Life: The High Stakes for Women in '08"www.msmagazine.com Topic: How to avoid being a bag lady?

Guest: Dennis Rivera www.seiu.org Topic: Health care for all must be a priority for the new administration

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Hello All

Thom's blog in this space and moving to a new home.

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