On the Program - Nov 3 2008

Quote: Restlessness and discontent are the first necessities of progress. - Thomas A. Edison

Hour One - Why would anyone ever join the Republican party?

Guest: Rachel Maddow,
MSNBC and The Rachel Maddow Show www.airamerica.com

Guest: Dan Pfeiffer Obama Campaign Communications Director: www.barackobama.com

Hour Two - Ron Reagan The Ron Reagan Show, Air America Radio www.airamerica.com Topic: What will be the big issues in the next 4 years

Hour Three - Larisa Alexandrovna www.rawstory.com Topic: Documents reveal Ohio routed votes in 2004

Guest: "Labor Segment" Thea Lee www.aflcio.org Topic: election issues

Guest: Rep. Dennis Kucinich www.kucinich.house.gov Topic: How do we develop a progressive governing coalition?

Guest: Jeff Merkley www.jeffmerkley.com Topic: Home stretch in the fight to take Republican Gordon Smith's senate seat in Oregon

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

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