The Thom Hartmann Program - Weekly Feb 2-6 2009

Monday
Topic: What's wrong with the stimulus or in Carrie's case, what's right?! Thom debates Carrie Lukas of the Independent Womens Forum
www.iwf.org
Topic: "The Progressive Revolution: How the Best in America Came to Be" Thom talks with author/strategist Mike Lux about his new book
www.progressivestrategies.net

Tuesday
Topic: Government accountability and the media...Thom debates Dan Gainor of the Business and Media Institute
www.businessandmedia.org
Topic: Going green, getting out of debt...how many resolutions have you kept? Author Jack Canfield talks to Thom about his new book "Chicken Soup for the Soul: My Resolution"
www.chickensoup.com

Wednesday
Topic: Did the media have "A Slobbering Love Affair" with President Obama? Thom challenges Bernard Goldberg about his new book www.bernardgoldberg.com

Thursday
Topic: What was it like being "Inside the Pentagon at the Dawn of the War on Terrorism?" Thom confronts conservative Douglas Feith
www.dougfeith.com

Topic: "Letting go of the old ways of thinking to unleash a new prosperity" Thom talks with Matt Miller from the Center for American Progress www.americanprogress.org

Friday
"Brunch With Bernie"
Bernie Sanders U.S. Senator (I-VT) www.sanders.senate.gov

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