Sue's Daily Summaries

April 10 2009 show notes

Friday 10 April '09 show

April 09 2009 show notes

Thursday 09 April '09 show

  • Article: Just 53% Say Capitalism Better Than Socialism.
    "Only 53% of American adults believe capitalism is better than socialism.

    The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 20% disagree and say socialism is better. Twenty-seven percent (27%) are not sure which is better.

April 08 2009 show notes

Wednesday 08 April '09 show

  • Privacy, which meant going to the privy in the founders' time.
  • "They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." Benjamin Franklin.
  • Article: Fujimori jailed for 25 years over role in killings.

April 07 2009 show notes

Tuesday 07 April '09 show

April 06 2009 show notes

Monday 06 April '09 show

  • Article: The Pay at the Top.
  • Article: Something is Rotten at PBS, Russell Mokhiber.

    Last year, former Washington Post reporter T.R. Reid made a great documentary for the PBS show Frontline titled Sick Around the World.

April 02 2009 show notes

Thursday 02 April '09 show

April 01 2009

Wednesday 01 April '09 show

  • Quote: "There is nothing that war has ever achieved we could not better achieve without it.", Havelock Ellis.

March 31 2009 show notes

Tuesday 31 March '09 show

  • Guest: filmmaker David Bossie, president of Citizens United. His ”Hillary: The Movie” is before the US Supreme Court - is banning “Hillary: the Movie” the same as banning books? Is the case about the movie, or about the airing of ads about the movie during the campaign season? How much was spent on the ads compared to the cost of the movie? He did not stay for the whole segment.

March 30 2009 show notes

Monday 30 March '09 show

March 27 2009 show notes

Friday 27 March '09 show

March 26 2009 show notes

Thursday 26 March '09 show

  • Thom arrived in Stadtsteinach only 15 minutes before the show. He left the United States about 11 o'clock yesterday morning, flew to Chicago, flew to Amsterdam, flew to Frankfurt, took the rain to Würzburg, took the train to Lichtenfels, took the train to Bamberg and then there was a tree on the tracks so had to take another train, then a 20 minute drive.

March 25 2009 show notes

Wednesday 25 March '09 show

March 24 2009 show notes

Tuesday 24 March '09 show

  • Did “Starving the Beast” work so well that America and the Dollar are doomed? How much damage has been over the last 25 years? Tax history. The growth of national debt. Star wars spending. Misguided anti-"socialist", selfish, Ayn Rand views. Different definitions of freedom. China and Russia saying the dollar should no longer be the reserve currency of the world. The possibility of Weimar Republic-style hyper inflation.

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How Did the America Media Miss the "Pro-Life" Movement Isn't about Saving Life - But - Is About Women Under the Thumbs of Men?

Thom plus logo Anti-abortion groups want you to believe they're all about saving "unborn" human lives, but a new poll shows that, for the majority of abortion rights opponents, that's a lie. The "pro-life" movement, it turns out, is fundamentally about keeping women down - a sentiment that's even shared by a majority of women who support forced pregnancies.
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