Tuesday 4 May '10 show notes

  • Guests:
    • Justin Hughey, Teacher/Activist-member democratic party state central committee (type in hcr 282 to read text).
    • Max Keiser, Film-maker/broadcaster and former broker and options trader.
    • Tom Tancredo, Chairman of Rocky Mountain Foundation; (Former US Congressman (R-CO, 6th district); 2008 Republican presidential candidate).
    • Dr. Riki Ott, marine biologist/toxicologist, Alaska commercial fisherman, wrote 2 books on the Exxon Valdez disaster and its aftermath.
  • Topics:
    • Are native Americans being profiled by the Arizona Police?
    • Gulf oil spill.
    • Will Hawaii be the first state to say Corporations are not people?
    • Are conservatives right, is European socialism bleeding like stuffed PIGS? (Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Spain?)
    • Do the majority of Americans approve of racial profiling?
    • Is this a Gulf coast disaster or world wide and can we recover?
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