Hour One - Has the militarization of our police departments cost us our 4th Amendment rights?
Hour Two - Is the Obama Administration really worse than the Bushies when it comes to illegal wiretapping? Jon Eisenberg, Attorney for Al-Haramain Charity www.eandhlaw.com
The FBI is warning police across the country an anti-government group called, Guardians of the free Republics, is calling for the removal of governors from office and this could provoke violence by others. More than 30 governors had received letters saying if they don't leave office within three days they will be removed.
Anything Goes Friday - Townhall Friday
Hour One: "Brunch With Bernie" Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) spends the hour with Thom discussing the issues and answering listener questions www.sanders.senate.gov
Plus....Troy Winkelman - Citizen activist - What happens when a progressive goes to a tea party?
Hour One - Why are right wing conservatives and Republicans encouraging domestic terrorism?
Hour Two - How are globalization and the war on drugs destroying America and Mexico? Charles Bowden "Murder City" www.perseusacademic.com
Hour Three - Should Big Pharma be spying on government regulators? Eamon Javers www.politico.com
After months of going after President Obama's proposal to create an independent consumer agency to protect borrowers from abusive lenders, the nation's top big-bank regulator has reversed course. Robert M.
Hour Two: "Everything you Know is Wrong...about Factory Farming"
Thom talks with journalist/author David Kirby about his new book "Animal Factory: The Looming Threat of Industrial Pig, Dairy and Poultry Farms to Humans and the Environment" www.animalfactorybook.com
Hour One - Is America failing because we don't have enough socialism? Peter Ferarra www.theacru.org
Hour Two - Should citizen activism take the form of a coffee party or a shotgun?
Plus...Paul Loeb www.soulofacitizen.org "Soul of a Citizen: Living with Conviction in Challenging Times"
In a decision that shows the extended impact of the Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia struck down limits on contributions to political groups that spend money to support or oppose candidates.