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Tuesday - September 8th 2009

cult imagesFriday - Sep 11 - 2pm Pacific/4pm Central - "The Great Health Care Debate!" Thom debates conservative Michael Medved on Chicago's Progressive Talk station WCPT AM & FM...details atRead more

Monday - Labor Day - 2009

labor 2 imagesHappy Labor Day...please enjoy a special edition of Thom Hartmann recycled

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Friday - September 4th 2009 - Highlights

bernie imagesHour One: "Brunch With Bernie" Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) spends the hour with Thom discussing the issues and answering listener questions

Thursday - September 3 2009 - Highlights

geek imagesQuote: I am neither bitter no cynical but I do wish there was less immaturity in political thinking --Franklin D. Roosevelt

Hour One: Instead of a "Team of Rivals" Obama needs to take names and kick ass! Got that?

Wednesday September 2 2009

pidgeons-waterHour One: When are we going to figure out how to win friends and influence people?

Tuesday September 1 2009 - Highlights

pigeonHour One: "Why do conservatives want to keep quality health care out of reach for Americans?" Thom challenges Heather Higgins of the Independent Women's Forum

Monday - August 31 2009 - Highlights

healthcare is right imagesHour One: "Does the healthcare debate show how corporate power has nearly completely destroyed Democracy!" Thom debates Dr.

Death Panels.....

death panel imagesChris Broughton,  who brought an assault rifle and a handgun to the Obama event in Phoenix last week, attended  an anti-Obama sermon just a day before showing up.

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