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Is Leiberman just a traitor to the Democrats or merely a shill for big pharma and big banking?

lieberman imagesTreasury Department pay czar Kenneth Feinberg last week announced big cuts in total compensation at the finance and auto companies within his control. While he cut total pay by half, he increased regular salaries, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis.

We Wish it was the "Consumer Option?"

healthcare is right imagesA government-sponsored "public option" for health care lives on, sort of.

Throw the Bums out and Start Over?

throw the bums out imagesThe Obama administration and congress may now take on the issues arising from the near collapse of the financial system last year — how to deal with financial insti

Friday October 30th 2009

bernie imagesTown-hall Friday

Thursday October 29th 2009

afghanistan imagesHour One -  80TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE GREAT WALL STREET CRASH OF 1929 (BLACK TUESDAY) What's it going

Wednesday October 28th 2009

banking imagesHour One: Is Joe Lieberman a traito

Tuesday October 27th 2009

casper imagesHour One: "Wall Street's Naked Swindle" Rolling Ston

Monday October 26th 2009

death penalty 2 imagesHour One: "Why is it so hard to start over in America?" Thom debates conservative economist Dr. John Lott

The Public Option....on Life Support?

healthcare imagesIt's being reported that Harry Reid pushed for a public option that would allow states to opt out in a meeting with President Obama yesterday.

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