Daily Topics - Monday May 14th, 2012

Catch The Thom Hartmann Program LIVE at our new time, 3-6pm Eastern!

Hour One: Walker says "Union busting by exec order a 'beautiful thing'" - John Nichols, The Nation Magazine / Plus, ending corporate rights in Seattle - Jeff Reifman, Envision Seattle

Hour Two: What's more important...Capitalism or Democracy? Harris Kenny, Reason Foundation

Hour Three: Libertarian wet dream...one world government?

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mathboy 8 years 13 weeks ago
#1

By this caller's argument, a trade agreement is much easier to repeal than a trade treaty. If NAFTA was never ratified as a treaty, then it's just a law, which can be changed by Congress and the President, and the other countries in the agreement have no (legal) right to complain, because it's not a treaty.

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mathboy 8 years 13 weeks ago
#2

Subtugalaneously ugly? I'm too tired to try to figure it out. (And apparently too tired to spell.)

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