Daily Topics - Friday June 25th, 2010

It's Anything Goes on Townhall Friday!

Hour One: "Brunch With Bernie" Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) spends the hour with Thom discussing the issues and answering listener questions www.sanders.senate.gov

Hour Two: Dylan Ratigan, host of the Dylan Ratigan MSNBC www.msnbc.com

Hour Three: Is it raining oil in Louisiana? New Orleans resident Casey Nunez talks to Thom about his amazing video http://www.youtube.com/user/HistoryTours

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gerald 7 years 4 hours ago
#1

Every so often we read articles about WMD's in North Korea, Iraqi, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iran but in Israel or India. We also hear and read that these countries will sell these WMD's to our enemies. There is no mention that the United States of Hell has a monopoly on the sale of WMD's. We sell seventy percent of WMD's around the world. We want to attack the above countries so we can have one hundred percent of the market in the selling of WMD's. Yes, our nation is the devil's disciple.

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gerald 6 years 52 weeks ago
#2

I have been reluctant to post because it is the week end and no one will read some interesting articles.Anyway, I will post some of these articles. On June 23, 2010 Arthur Silber posted his article, "Murder with Malice Aforethought." This article gives information that our nation is committing war crimes.

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gerald 6 years 52 weeks ago
#5

How many Americans has Obama targeted for assassination?

http://www.salon.com/news/opinion/glenn_greenwald/2010/06/25/assassinations/index.html

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gerald 6 years 52 weeks ago
#6

Here is an article from one of my favorite writers.

http://www.lewrockwell.com/kwiatkowski/kwiatkowski251.html

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gerald 6 years 52 weeks ago
#7

Arthur Siber has several worthwhile articles to read.

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gerald 6 years 51 weeks ago
#8

Reliving my college days!!!

http://www.messinwithsasquatch.com/

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gerald 6 years 51 weeks ago
#9

You need to see commercials and press campfire. I am having trouble linking the campfire commercial.

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gerald 6 years 51 weeks ago
#10

At the very beginning toward the bottom is View the Commercials and press Campfire.

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