Daily Topics - Wednesday May 15th, 2013

Catch The Thom Hartmann Program LIVE 3-6pm ET M-F!

Hour One: Memo to Bush Administration leftovers on Fox: Shut Up!

Hour Two: Where will the class be held on "stoning people to death" for worshiping the wrong god? Pastor Josh Moore, First Baptist Church of Muldrow, OK / Plus, no more trade deal sellouts! Congressman Alan Grayson (D-FL, 9th District)

Hour Three: Hey AP, first they came for Wikileaks...where were you?

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Sue D Nym 7 years 23 weeks ago
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Yesterday 5/14 on C-SPAN Washingtom Journal they had a woman who was a member of a Tea Party group from Georgia as a guest. She said the letter sent out by the IRS was so chilling they did not air an ad they made. A brilliant caller (must have been one of your listners) asked her if she pulled an ad they made wasn't she addmitting to what the IRS was looking into? It was too funny, You can find Washington Journal shows on the C-SPAN web site.

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