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December 14 2007 show notes

  • "Brunch with Bernie" with Senator Bernie Sanders, Independent of Vermont.
  • "Anything goes" Friday.
  • Intelligence Authorization Bill.
  • Bush's vetoes and threats to veto.
  • Calvinism - the belief that those blessed by God with wealth should rule.
  • Carbon-Dioxide Levels At 650,000-Year High.
  • Debt spending.

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December 13 2007 show notes

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December 12 2007 show notes

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The Thom Hartmann Program - Dec 13th 2007

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December 11 2007 show notes

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The Thom Hartmann Program - Dec 12 2007

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December 10 2007 show notes

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The Thom Hartmann Program - December 11 2007

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The Thom Hartmann Program - Dec 10th 2007

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December 07 2007 show notes

  • "Brunch with Bernie" with Senator Bernie Sanders, Independent of Vermont.
  • "Anything Goes" Friday - your calls.
  • Guest: Larisa Alexandrova, Raw Story. Political prisoner: Don Siegelman, Democratic governor of Alabama from 1999 to 2003.

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