February 2014

  • Thursday 30 January '14 show notes

    • Fred Siegel, The Revolt Against The Masses: How Liberalism Has Undermined The Middle Class: Who is full of "bull-shevik?"
    • Mike Papantonio, host of "Ring of Fire Radio": An out of control Pharma?
    • Congressman Alan Grayson (D-FL, 9th District), Help Stop Trade Treachery: Stop Trade Treachery
    • Time for Big Oil to pay for its pollution...
    • Geeky Science - pesticide link to brain disease
  • Wednesday 29 January '14 show notes

    • Thom's State of the Union
    • Professor Harvey Kaye, The Fight for the Four Freedoms: it's Thomas Paine's birthday!
    • Professor Donald Boudreaux, Mercatus Center: What do the Koch brothers know about inequality?
    • The Republican conspiracy has won...
  • Tuesday 28 January '14 show notes

    • What's up with the State of the Union?
    • Austin Peterson, The Libertarian Republic: OK considers privatizing marriage
    • Brian Deese, White House Office of Management & Budget: State of the Union preview
    • A declaration of the end of the Reagan era
  • Monday 27 January '14 show notes

    • Who's going to stand up for net neutrality?
    • Plus, what about Rand Paul's Aqua Buddha kidnap victim?
    • Dr. Mark Thornton, Ludwig von Mises Institute: Will a higher minimum wage save the economy?
    • John Nichols, The Nation Magazine: EXPOSED...Alec's NAFTA on steroids agenda
  • Friday 24 January '14 show notes

    • Show LIVE from radio row at Families USA - Health Action 2014 in Washington, DC
    • Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT): "Brunch With Bernie"
    • Wendell Potter, "Deadly Spin", e-book "Obamacare: What's In It For Me?": Insurance corporation practices, abuses
    • Jeff Liszt, Partner-Anzalone Liszt Grove Research (polling): Affordable Care Act
    • Philippe Villers, Families USA
    • Christina Postolowski, Young Invincibles
    • Judy Waxman, Vice President for Health and Reproductive Rights-National Women's Law Center: women and their healthcare options

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  • House Democrats Call for Discharge Petitions!

    Congressional Democrats are done waiting on Republicans. Yesterday, members of both the House and Senate said they're going to use a rarely-seen tactic to bring forward legislation. Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer suggested using a discharge petition to advance immigration reform, and House Democrats announced that they will use that same procedure to bring a minimum wage increase up for a vote.

  • Thursday 23 January '14 show notes

    • Show LIVE from radio row at Families USA - Health Action 2014 in Washington, DC
    • Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT): "Brunch With Bernie"
    • Wendell Potter, "Deadly Spin", e-book "Obamacare: What's In It For Me?": Insurance corporation practices, abuses
    • Jeff Liszt, Partner-Anzalone Liszt Grove Research (polling): Affordable Care Act
    • Philippe Villers, Families USA
    • Christina Postolowski, Young Invincibles
    • Judy Waxman, Vice President for Health and Reproductive Rights-National Women's Law Center: women and their healthcare options

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  • Wednesday 22 January '14 show notes

    • Neil McCabe, Guns & Patriots Newsletter: Guns increasing murder & suicide risk is not fuzzy science
    • Why police beat an elderly man for jaywalking...
    • Mayor Alan Brundrett, Azle, TX: Mayor blames TX quakes on fracking
    • Are we standing in an extinction event?
  • Tuesday 21 January '14 show notes

    • Dr. Alex McFarland: Morality, not religion, should inform our political decisions
    • Will the Supreme Court blow up unions?
    • David Cobb, Move to Amend: Amend the constitution and legalize democracy
  • Monday 20 January '14 show notes

    • Martin Luther King Jr. Day
    • Demetrius Minor, Project 21: A conservative black American weighs in on MLK Day
    • Daniel José Older, Salon.com: Time to take the white savior out of slavery narratives?
    • Noah Berlatsky, The Atlantic: What slavery movies teach us about race relations
    • Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap, Move To Amend: How about legalizing democracy?

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