May 6-8 2009 Friday

radio-live-images2Peter B Collins (Wed & Fri) and Portland KPOJ's Morning Crew "Carl Wolfson with Christine Alexander"(Thu) will be filling in Wed - Fri while Thom is home for his mother's funeral and to be with family.

Comments

belletiane (not verified) 15 years 6 weeks ago
#1

Where is the telephone number for Senators in exile calling from over there?

Quark (not verified) 15 years 6 weeks ago
#2

Peter, I think there's an even larger issue here. The U.S. MUST eventually adopt single-payer healthcare. The industrial base and manufacturing we hope to rebuild (and the middle class) can't survive when competing against international manufacturing from other countries who DO have government-sponsored single-payer healthcare unless we have the same advantages.

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