Daily Topics - Wednesday June 30th, 2010 - Is this Porn? Or Free Market News?

Hour One: Have the bankster terrorists blown up the bank tax that would have helped Main Street instead of Wall Street? Thom challenges conservative economist Stephen Moore http://online.wsj.com 

Hour Two: Is Don Siegelman getting a second chance in Karl Rove's pursuit of him? Former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman talks to Thom www.donsiegelman.org; Plus, In laissez faire news you get crotch shots of Miley Cyrus...is that ok? Thom has a rumble with Dan Gainor of the Business and Media Institute www.businessandmedia.org

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Hour Three: What is a neoconservative and do they want to rule the world? Historian Justin Vaisse of the Brookings Institute talks to Thom about his new book "Neoconservatism: The Biography of a Movement" www.brookings.edu/experts/vaissej.aspx

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Gene Savory 9 years 33 weeks ago
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Right wingers don't use an echo machine. They use a fog machine.

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