On the Program - Feb 16th 2009

Quote: "When the people fear the government you have tyranny...when the government fears the people you have liberty."Thomas Jefferson

Hour One - Corsi lies about social security the same way he did about swift boats
Hour Two - Carrie Lukas www.iwf.org Topic: Thom challenges Carrie - More women in the workforce because men are being laid off...is this what feminists had in mind?
Hour Three - Ed Rampell author of "Progressive Hollywood www.politicalfilmcritics.blogspot.com Topic: Announcing the winners of the Progie's
Guest:  "Labor Segment" Christine Owens www.nelp.org Topic: Checklist for the Jobless in The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
Guest: Governor Don Siegelman www.siegelman.org

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