On the Program - Jan 19th 2009

Quote: "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in momentsof comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge andcontroversy." -- MartinLuther King Jr., Strength to Love, 1963

THOM IS BROADCASTING LIVE FROM THE INAUGURAL RADIO ROW INWASHINGTON, D.C. - Guests today include:

Former DeputyCampaign Manager to the Hillary Clinton campaign, Bob Nash

Executive Directorof "Rock The Vote," Heather Smith www.rockthevote.org

President,International Machinists Union, Tom Buffenbarger www.goiam.org

Founder ofProgressive Strategies Inc, Mike Lux www.progressivestrategies.net

Former LieutenantGovernor, State of Maryland, Kathleen KennedyTownsend www.kathleenkennedytownsend.com

Mayor of Miami,Florida, Manny Diaz www.mayormannydiaz.blogspot.com

Californiarepresentative to the NAACP, Willis Edwards www.naacp.org

President,Arab-American Institute, James Zogby www.aaiusa.org

Former PrimeMinister of Ireland and current Ambassador to the United States representingthe European Union, Ambassador John Bruton www.eurunion.org

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