Daily Topics - Monday November 10th, 2014

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Be sure to check out our new videos: CARBON, LAST HOURS & GREEN WORLD RISING - narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio

Hour One: How soldiers are being exploited...

Hour Two: GOP says "Repeal Obamacare"...again?! Dr. Elaina George, Conservative Commentator

Hour Three: What does the GOP takeover mean for TPP fast track? Lori Wallach, Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch

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mathboy 7 years 11 weeks ago
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I'm a little surprised Thom had never heard of the candy Mary Jane; it's been around since 1914.

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mathboy 7 years 11 weeks ago
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The caller from Berwyn, IL, said he was an anarcho-capitalist. I'm not sure how earnestly he meant that, but it reminds me of the anarcho-syndicalist commune from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. It's a great scene and subtly instructive on civics.

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