On the Program - Dec 24th 2008 Happy Holidays!

Quote: We make a living by what we get but we make a life by what we give. - Winston Churchill

Hour One - Congresswoman (D-CO) Diana Degette www.degette.house.gov Topic: Should health care providers be able to deny you potentially life saving treatment because they object on moral or religious grounds?

Guest: Melissa Etheridge www.melissaetheridge.com/home Topic: "The Choice Is Ours Now”

Hour Two - Rabbi Michael Lerner www.tikkun.org Topic: Chanukah & Christmas: When Hope Triumphs Over Cynical Realism

Hour Three "Everything You Know is Wrong" Santa Claus is here!

Guest: Larry Scott www.vawatchdog.org Topic: Vets issues

Guest: Kenneth "Ken" Davis www.dontknowmuch.com Topic: Christmas trivia and traditions

Thom's Blog Is On the Move

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Today, we are closing Thom's blog in this space and moving to a new home.

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