Radio show transcripts
- Jul. 28, 2009 8:19 amBy SueN
Thom: And greetings my friends! Patriots, lovers of democracy, truth and justice, believers in peace, freedom and the American Way. Thom Hartmann here with you. Over the weekend Louise and I were back in Michigan, in fact we did our show, those of you that were listening, Friday from Grand Rapids and our affiliate there, WTKG (tip of the hat), thanks to Angie and all the great folks who helped make that possible.
- Jul. 26, 2009 7:14 amBy SueN
Bernie: Now, what’s going on is, in the Senate at least, is the Health Education Committee, of which I am a member, last week completed work and passed a Bill which does some good things. It doesn’t go anywhere near as far as I would like it to go, certainly not a single payer bill, but this is what it does do.
- Jul. 25, 2009 9:30 amBy SueN
There is a marketplace for labor. Now, unfortunately right now, it’s a pretty bad marketplace. For every one job opening, there are five people who are unemployed looking for a job. But there is a marketplace for labor, and that marketplace for labor has a sense. I mean there really is a sense of what people are willing to work for.
Now there's a million variables that feed into this, and that is a whole other discussion. But, there is a marketplace for labor, and what people are willing to work for is what they take home after taxes.
- Jul. 24, 2009 1:49 amBy SueN
Are we disconnecting ourselves into oblivion? Is there a connection between the swallows who build a nest in my boat, the Amazon rain forest, cloned meat, antibiotics, and public health care for all, and why does it matter?
Transcript: Congressman Peter DeFazio, 1 July 2009: No to Cap and Trade; it is very Wall Street- and coal-friendlyJul. 10, 2009 6:40 amBy SueN
Thom Hartmann interviews Congressman Peter DeFazio, 1 July 2009
- Jul. 4, 2009 6:01 amBy SueN
Thom Hartmann talks about the meaning of the life and death of Michael Jackson, 29 June 2009
Transcript: Dr. Jay Richards, 26 June 2009: should the free market place decide all things health care?Jul. 4, 2009 5:53 amBy SueN
Thom Hartmann talks with Dr. Jay Richards, 26 June 2009: should the free market place decide all things health care?
[Thom Hartmann]: Right now Jay Richards is with us. He is a senior fellow at the Discovery Institute. And Jay, let me just get this right. First of all, welcome to our show.
[Jay Richards]: Great to be with you, Thom.
- Jun. 2, 2009 2:48 amBy SueN
[Thom Hartmann]: I'm very pleased to have in the studio with me an old friend and brilliant, advisor's not even a strong enough word. I've learnt so much from David Korten over the years. David Korten, former Harvard Business School professor, the Asia regional advisor for development for USAID, Ph.D. from the Stanford Business School.
- May. 12, 2009 4:46 pmBy SueN
Thom Hartmann talks with Stephen Zarlenga, 11 May 2009
Thom Hartmann: Well, a trillion here, a trillion there, and pretty soon, to badly paraphrase the late great senator from, was it Illinois?
Stephen Zarlenga: Illinois?
Thom Hartmann: Yeah.
Stephen Zarlenga: Dirksen.
- May. 4, 2009 1:24 pmBy SueN
[Thom Hartmann]: Darius Rejali is with us. He is a professor of political science at Reed College, which is great, I mean, you're local, great to have you here in the studio with us, sir.