Peace - Thom and Cindy Sheehan in Dallas

Thom & CindyThom and Cindy Sheehan in Dallas at the AM 1360 “Rational Radio Progress Forum” Saturday September 19th


Mundy (not verified) 13 years 37 weeks ago

Thank you for the Rational Radio Progress Forum today - it was great!! Next time we need to schedule for a couple of extra hours, I guess... :) It was an honor to meet you both!

Gerald Socha (not verified) 13 years 37 weeks ago

Cindy Sheehan is a voice that is important to be heard. There are many voices that need to be heard. I have enjoyed reading Cindy's articles.

Thom's progressive radio show is another source to be heard. I wish that we had as many liberal media sources as there are conservative media sources. When I say sources, I am talking about ownership sources.

Gerald Socha (not verified) 13 years 37 weeks ago

Thom talks a great deal on such issues as peace and social justice. We need such talk. He is also an optimist. His optimism may be slow in understanding that the fascists in our country have won.

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