Hello,I have found that for the past couple weeks everytime i try to download or even resubscribe after deleting Thom's podcasts through itunes that I get and error message. I'm not sure if you're already aware of this or if it's just happening to me. It occurs on multiple computers when I try and retry. I hope it's not a right wing conspiracy to try and silence Thom :-), but it gives me the same message when I try to download Randi Rhodes' show as well. Hopefully you have an answer for me, until then I guess I'm stuck with Stephanie
The Supreme Court ruling of 5 to 4 on establishing that Corporations are People and the 2nd Amendment
I listen to AM1090 on the Internet Radio with windows media player... I have been tuning into both the Thom Hartman and the Norman Goldman shows... I am sharing my most recent post to the Norman Goldman show...
Topic of discussion this Monday afternoon on the Norman Goldman show
The Supreme Court did no justice today! Sweeping away the laws of 50 states and many localities the Court imposed - by a 5 to 4 margin - sweeping new interpretations of the 2nd Amendment on us and I’ll have the analysis for you!
--------------Speaking of INDEPENDENTS, and ...........................ARKANSAS ????????????????????????????Thom, could you ( or with Senator Sanders) please discuss the topic of HOW, IF, Bill HALTER could legally and logistically run for Senate THIS FALL as an INDEPENDENT ? Would you get Bill HALTER on your show and ASK HIM ?
This was a hard one, but I finally actually found something: The Family Leave Act. It was passed under Clinton, but he had had a Republican majority at the time.
The BP/Obama task force has developed a strategy for preventing the Gulf waters from polluting the precious oil. It goes something like this: As soon as the relief wells are finished engineers will remove the cap from the damaged tube. Workers will then begin pumping the Gulf's water under high pressure into the oil reserve through the relief wells. Oil should then erupt into the Gulf at an unprecedented rate from the damaged pipe.
Now I know there has got to be a hole in this story somewhere, I have no problem with that.
After a lively econ debate last semester concerning the Earned Income Tax Credit, just for kicks afterwards, I wanted to see when it was enacted. From wikipedia, I found a startling sentence:
"Enacted in 1975, the initially modest EIC has been expanded by tax legislation on a number of occasions, including the more widely-publicized Reagan EIC expansion of 1986."