Jun. 12, 2010 2:08 pm
- Ron Pollock, Executive Director, Families USA.
- Former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich Professor of Public Policy, Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California at Berkeley.
- Cenk Uygar of The Young Turks Radio Program.
- Conservationist Jean-Michel Cousteau talking about his frustrations on the continuing catastrophe in the Gulf, his father's legacy and his new book "My Father, The Captain".
- Lamar Waldron, Thom's co-author of "Ultimate Sacrifice" and it's sequel "Legacy of Secrecy: The Long Shadow of the JFK Assassination".
- Is health care reform beginning and will it satisfy progressives?
- Why we're falling into a double dip recession.
- Will Goldman Sachs return the $13billion?
- Just how bad can the BP/Transocean/Halliburton oil disaster get?
- Is the BP disaster mean the end of greed or the end of the planet?
- What are the secrets still being about RFK's assassination?
- Bumper Music:
- Be Somebody, 3 Doors Down.
- All 'Bout The Money, Meja.
- It's Money That Matters, Randy Newman.
- The Worst Is Yet To Come, Thom Hartmann Listener Billy Philadelphia.
- Crazy, Gnarls Barkley.
- Fix You, The Offspring.
- River's Risin', Thom Hartmann Listener Moss Henry.
- Grand Canyon, Dmitriy Lukyanov (you need to search for it) (with additional sounds by Jacob).
- Democracy, Leonard Cohen.
- Catch the Reading Bug, Monty Harper.
- Today's newsletter has details of today's guests and links to the major stories and alerts that Thom covered in the show, plus lots more. If you haven't signed up for the free newsletter yet, please do. If you missed today's newsletter, it is in the archive.
- Quote: "It is up to us to live up to the legacy that was left for us, and to leave a legacy that is worthy of our children and of future generations." -- Christine Gregoire, Gov. of Washington.
- Member of the day was dalangdon, who won a copy of "Unequal Protection: How Corporations Became "People" - And How You Can Fight Back" for posting on the message board:
I work for a very enlightened (if you'll pardon the pun) public power company where I handle customers who are installing renewable equipment on their homes. With that said, I probably know just enough to be dangerous, or ask stupid questions. But here are topics I would like to hear an intelligent discussion about: ...