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  • Was the Oil Industry the No Tell Motel?

    As the president again visited the Gulf, reports that come up that President Obama was first briefed in April on how bad the spill would be and how difficult it would be to plug the hole. Largely Republican critics have pummeled President Obama for being too slow to seize the political responsibility for combating the BP oil spill in the Gulf Coast, now widely thought to be the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history.

  • Daily Topics - Monday - June 7th 2010

    Quote: "When people refuse to obey, then democracy comes alive." Howard Zinn

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  • Daily Topics - Friday June 4th 2010

    Thom is "live" from the United NYC

    Senator Bernie Sanders is here "Brunch with Bernie" http//

  • These Marxist Governors...

    BP CEO Tony Hayward told the Financial Times that It now is looking like BP did not have all the equipment it needed to stop the leak from its Macondo well in the Gulf after the oil explosion six weeks ago. Hayward said, "What is undoubtedly true is that we did not have the tools you would want in your tool-kit,” and added it was “an entirely fair criticism” to say BP was not fully prepared. Meanwhile, Gov.

  • Daily Topics - Thursday - June 3 2010

    Quote: It is a curious situation that the sea, from which life first arose, should now be threatened by the activities of one form of that life. ~ Rachel Carson

  • Like the tobacco executives - BP won't see jail or handcuffs....

    The Obama administration announced yesterday that it has started civil and criminal investigations into the volcanic oil spill in the Gulf. AG Eric Holder says he will "prosecute to the fullest extent of the law" any people or companies that have broken the law. BP’s market value plummeted $21.1 billion yesterday as the Florida panhandle is bracing for oil slick expected to hit shore today.

  • Daily Topics - Wednesday - June 2 2010

    Quote: "Our oceans are dying, and without life in our oceans, life on land will perish." -- Dr. Keith Martin, Member of Parliament-Vancouver Island, Canada

    Hour One - Who should Eric Holder send to prison? Activist & Attorney Mike Papantonio

  • Daily Topics - Tuesday - June 1st 2010 - Live from NYC

    Hour One: Should Americans continue to be forced at gunpoint to subsidize Brian Fischer and his ilk about Hitler and pink swasticas? Thom confronts Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association

    Hour Two: Israel's High Seas Disaster and more on the Volcanic Oil Spill...Where is Big Government when you need them?

  • The real villains here are the sucker Conservadems.....

    On Thursday, Democrats on the House floor were debating the jobs bill and what to do about the vote being several days late, when word came through to the House that the Senate had adjourned and left for Memorial Day break. Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) said, "People were astounded. I mean stunned. We're in the midst of this debate and trying to find a path to doing the right thing and the Senate went out on recess?

  • George W. Bush opened the gates of hell....

    While the Senate approved $60 Billion for more war, the House slashed $24 Billion for the unemployed Workers and state aid to those in trouble. The Afghanistan war is about to go beyond two milestones, with the American death toll surpassing 1,000 this week, and on June 7 it will break the record of the war in Vietnam to become America’s longest-ever war. George W.

Trump "Never Noticed" A Modern-Day American Genocide

Thom plus logo Donald Trump said in a rally last night that the coronavirus, "Affects virtually nobody."

Apparently "virtually nobody" means 200,000 dead Americans, ranging in age from the elderly to infants.
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