Daily Topics - Monday February 6th, 2012

Hour One: Stop anti-union legislation in the House - Leo Gerard, United Steelworkers / Plus, Occupy DC raided - Jason McGaughey, Participant-Occupy DC

Hour Two: "The Obama Hate Machine" - Bill Press, The Bill Press Show

Hour Three: "Are Americans stupider than ever?" Daniel Flynn, Blue Collar Intellectuals


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mathboy 10 years 28 weeks ago

Hmm. "The Obama hate machine" is ambiguous. I would have recommended it have a hyphen: "The Obama-Hate Machine".

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mathboy 10 years 28 weeks ago

Non-violence invites the opposition to follow the golden rule: treat others as you wish to be treated.

Violence invites the opposition to follow the silver rule: treat others as you have been treated.

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