Radio show transcripts
Transcript: Beat al-Qaeda & global warming, reinvent our car industry & save lives rant, 13 Nov 2008Nov. 17, 2008 9:42 pmBy georgevap
So how do we break the back of al-Qaeda, reinvent our car industry and stop the world from being destroyed by global warming all at the same time?
I have a modest proposal for you today, my friends.
Thom Hartmann's Beat al-Qaeda and global warming, reinvent our car industry and save lives rant, 13 November 2008
So how do we break the back of al-Qaeda, reinvent our car industry and stop the world from being destroyed by global warming all at the same time? I have a modest proposal for you today, my friends.
- Oct. 31, 2008 11:38 amBy georgevap
How do liberals and progressives control America? Is 'control' the right word? What is America based on? What does it mean that we're going to have a change in government? You know, everybody, we talk about change. What does this change mean? What are the consequences of it? How does this all work? What are all the moving pieces? What is it to be an American? What does it mean to be an American?
How is America different than every other nation?
- Oct. 25, 2008 10:38 pmBy georgevap
"Russia Today spoke to American radio host Thom Hartmann, who believes the U.S. presidential elections vote won't be fair and that it's time for America to start behaving more responsibly in its relationship with the rest of the world."
- Oct. 4, 2008 2:27 pmBy georgevap
Thom compared the crash of 1929 and the subsequent Republican Great Depression with current events and actions by Congress, quoting from many articles from the New York Times at the time.
Excerpts from the New York Times of 1929 - 1932 which Thom quoted on 01 October 2008
These excerpts are all from the New York Times from around the time of the stock market crash and the subsequent great depression. Most New York Times stories were dated the day before the date of publication.
- October 24 1929 was black Thursday
- Oct. 1, 2008 3:45 pmBy georgevap
They discussed whether a church should lose its tax exempt status if any of its pastors preached politics in the pulpit. Thom asked about Karl Rove's role in the effort to defeat Don Siegelman's proposed lottery to pay for education. They discussed whether there was selective prosecution of Democrats like Don Siegelman, Paul Minor, Richard Scrushy and even Republican Bob Ney who upset the Bush administration (some of whom are said to be innocent), while others at least as guilty were not prosecuted.
- Sep. 23, 2008 6:55 pmBy georgevap
Senator Bernie Sanders voices his concerns and plans concerning the proposed $700 billion bailout of Wall Street. There's a petition on his site.
- Aug. 29, 2008 6:56 amBy georgevap
Thom and Congresswoman Donna Edwards, the newest congresswoman, discussed the most important issues affecting working families, the economy, super delegate (she is one), Republican tactics and themes, and the historic change in having both a black and a woman candidate.
- Aug. 26, 2008 8:49 pmBy georgevap
Thom discusses with former Republican Congressman Bob Ney the Help America Vote Act (HAVA), the document he passed on to the White House saying that Iran would have recognized Israel and a whole host of other things and would have let our inspectors on their ground, and the reasons he was singled out for prosecution (while admitting he was guilty).
- Aug. 25, 2008 5:19 pmBy georgevap
Mark Crispin Miller talks about an unimpeachable whistleblower on Republican election theft; Stephen Spoonamore, a lifelong Republican and erstwhile member of the McCain campaign until he discovered so much about the Republicans' election fraud that he resigned, and a prominent expert on computer crime.
- Aug. 21, 2008 6:12 pmBy georgevap
Thom played several clips from this chat today, in which FDR talks about how nobody should profit from World War II; nor should standards be lowered.