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On the Program Today - Jan 3 2008

Hour One - Joseph Farah www.worldnetdaily.com and I will be "shaking it up" about his recent attacks on Ron Paul's anti-war stance.

Hour Two - The Iowa Caucus coming up…

Hour Three - Joan McCarter www.dailykos.com
Topic: Best of the Rest of the News…

Christy Harvey www.americanprogress.org
Topic: News Under the Radar

On the Program Today - Jan 3 2008

Hour One - Joseph Farah www.worldnetdaily.com and I will be "shaking it up" about his recent attacks on Ron Paul's anti-war stance. Hour Two – The Iowa Caucus coming up….

Hour Three - Joan McCarter www.dailykos.com Topic: Best of the Rest of the News… Christy Harvey www.americanprogress.org Topic: News Under the Radar

Thom's Blog - Jan 2 2008

What are your thoughts on this "Open Letter to Sen. Barack Obama?" - Thom

http://words-of-power.blogspot.com

Campaign '08 Update: Open Letter to Sen. Barack Obama -- This is Not a "Food Fight." This is a *Civil* War

By Richard Power

On the Program Today - Jan 2 2008

Hour One - Guest: Ralph Nader www.nader.org Topic - What Democrat will really change America?

Hour Two – Guests: Congressman Dennis Kucinich and Senator Chris Dodd

Hour Three“Everything you Know is Wrong” Guest: David Armstrong www.islamicbomb.org Topic: America and the Islamic Bomb The Deadly Compromise

December 28 2007 show notes

  • "Brunch with Bernie" with Senator Bernie Sanders, Independent of Vermont.
  • "Anything Goes" Friday.
  • The best and the worst of the years' audio clips.
  • Benazir Bhutto's assassination and elections.

Topics, guests, upcoming events, quotes, links to articles, audio clips, books & bumper music.

December 27 2007 show notes

Topics, guests, upcoming events, quotes, links to articles, audio clips, books & bumper music.

Today on the Show - December 27 2007

Hour One - In the News

Hour Two - Guest: Marjorie Cohn www.marjoriecohn.com Topic: Developing legal scandals in the White House

Hour Three - Guest: Tim Carpenter www.pdamerica.org Topic: Mobilizing the Progressive Vote

Guest: Rob Kall www.opednews.com Topic: The Best of the Rest of the News

Did the Cigna Insurance delay kill 17-year-old Nataline Sarkisyan?

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Did the Cigna Insurance delay kill 17-year-old Nataline Sarkisyan? Isn’t it fascism when we give corporations higher status then human

December 26 2007 show notes

  • It is Boxing Day, a day to box up all those unwanted gifts and give to the poor.
  • Did The Cigna insurance delay kill 17-year-old Nataline Sarkisyan?
  • Should corporations get the death penalty?
  • Ron Paul on fascism, the Civil War.
  • Are we moving towards friendly fascism?
  • Economic news. Debt. What do we do?
  • Guest: Alex Frankel. Author, "Punching In: The Unauthorized Adventure of a Front Line Employee".
  • Guest: Larry Scott, Founder and Editor of VA Watchdog.

Topics, guests, upcoming events, quotes, links to articles, audio clips, books & bumper music.

Thom's Blog - December 26th 2007

Did The Cigna insurance delay kill 17-year-old Nataline Sarkisyan? Should coporations get the Death penalty?

Because of a mistaken interpretation of a Supreme Court reporter's notes in an 1886 railroad tax case, corporations are now legally considered "persons," equal to humans and entitled to many of the same protections guaranteed only to humans by the Bill of Rights - a clear contradiction of the intent of the Founders of the United States

If corporations are considered “persons” then shouldn’t they be given the “death penalty” for murder?

Isn’t it fascism when we give corporations higher status then humans?

— Thom Hartmann

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