- Aug. 29, 2007 12:00 amBy georgevap
Jonathan Mooney is the author of a book called, "The Short Bus - A Journey Beyond Normal". He is dyslexic and ADD, diagnosed in 4th grade, dropped out of school for a year in 6th grade. He was told that he'd flip burgers and end up in jail by a high school guidance counselor, yet graduated from Brown University with an honors degree in English Literature and became an activist in the field of learning diversity.
- Aug. 27, 2007 12:00 amBy georgevap
- Aug. 17, 2007 12:00 amBy georgevap
- Aug. 14, 2007 12:00 amBy georgevap
Dan Rather may be the most famous journalist in the world. He served as anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News from March 9, 1981 to March 9, 2005, the longest such tenure in broadcast journalism history. He is now the anchor and managing editor of Dan Rather Reports, which started broadcasting on HDNet in November, 2006, www.hd.net is the web site. Tonight, Dan Rather has an extraordinary special on voting machines.
- Aug. 9, 2007 12:00 amBy georgevap
Thom, concerning Diane Feinstein and others voting for the FISA Act (which he thinks was a mistake).
- Aug. 6, 2007 11:54 amBy Thom Hartmann A...
Our bridges are falling apart (among other things), and its Ronald
Reagan’s fault. A few hours before the bridge collapsed in Minnesota, a
news release landed (among hundreds) in my email inbox. It was from the
right-wing “Heartland Institute” and a Minnesota conservative group
calling itself the “Taxpayers League of Minnesota.” It read:
- Aug. 3, 2007 12:00 amBy Thom Hartmann A...
Bernie, a member of the Senate Budget Committee, on Thursday 02 August voted against the confirmation of former Rep. Jim Nussle to be the White House budget director and placed a hold on the nomination. Thom played a portion of the hearing.
Transcript: Congressman Brian Baird & Comptroller David Walker clip (do tax cuts pay for themselves?Aug. 3, 2007 12:00 amBy Thom Hartmann A...
Transcript of a clip that Thom played of Congressman Brian Baird asking Comptroller David Walker if tax cuts pay for themselves.