Daily Topics - Wednesday March 23, 2011

Truthout proudly presents Thom Hartmann's book, "Unequal Protection" Click here for the latest chapter

Hour One: Cover-up at the Fukushima power plant? Paul Gunter, Beyond Nuclear / Plus, latest on the war on democracy - John Nichols, The Nation

Hour Two: Obamacare is 1 year old...what's next? Ron Pollack, Families USA

Hour Three: What do Republicans have against poor people? Steve Malzberg, The Steve Malzberg Show


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mathboy 13 years 18 weeks ago

I'm not surprised to hear that synthroid is the most prescribed medicine. Half the women I know are on it.

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mathboy 13 years 18 weeks ago

In searching for the daily poll (still haven't found it), I discovered that people are apparently making member blog posts under the impression that they're simply commenting on the day's show. This really buries the blog posts that try to say something less ephemeral.

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chuckle8 13 years 18 weeks ago

Mathboy with regards to the daily poll. None of the links above go to the poll. However, if you go to www.thomhartmann.com it is on that page.

Thom's Blog Is On the Move

Hello All

Thom's blog in this space and moving to a new home.

Please follow us across to hartmannreport.com - this will be the only place going forward to read Thom's blog posts and articles.

From Unequal Protection, 2nd Edition:
"Hartmann combines a remarkable piece of historical research with a brilliant literary style to tell the grand story of corporate corruption and its consequences for society with the force and readability of a great novel."
David C. Korten, author of When Corporations Rule the World and Agenda for A New Economy
From Unequal Protection, 2nd Edition:
"If you wonder why and when giant corporations got the power to reign supreme over us, here’s the story."
Jim Hightower, national radio commentator and author of Swim Against the Current
From The Thom Hartmann Reader:
"Thom Hartmann is a literary descendent of Ben Franklin and Tom Paine. His unflinching observations and deep passion inspire us to explore contemporary culture, politics, and economics; challenge us to face the facts of the societies we are creating; and empower us to demand a better world for our children and grandchildren."
John Perkins, author of the New York Times bestselling book Confessions of an Economic Hit Man