On the Program - Feb 9th 2009


Quote: Confidence...thrives only on honesty, on honour, on the sacredness of obligation, on faithful performance. Without them, it cannot live. - Franklin D. Roosevelt

Hour One - How Wall Street's "Masters of the Universe" Destroyed America?

Hour Two - Carrie Lukas www.iwf.org Topic: Jobs or safe toys for children...which comes first?

Hour Three - Ralph Nader www.nader.org Topic: Economy, jobs, stimulus package...what would Raph do?

Guest: "Labor Segment" Rich Trumka www.aflcio.org Topic: Why "Buy America" can bring jobs home

Thom's Blog Is On the Move

Hello All

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

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