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Bush is Spying on All of Us!

May 14, 2006

(Archive) (Download Time = 3-10 minutes.)
It’s not just Al Quaeda. 224 million Americans have been spied on to date! 2,000,000,000 — that’s 2 trillion phone calls — have been monitored.
Do you have a phone number with AT&T, Verizon, or BellSouth? Then the Government has been spying on you, recording who you called and who called you WITHOUT A WARRANT. In fact, it has now been shown that THE MAJORITY OF AMERICANS HAVE BEEN SPIED ON BY THIS GOVERNMENT. That’s you…and its me.

Recent News Articles Featuring Mark Levine

May 9, 2006

Mark Levine was featured in several newspaper articles during his week at the 58th Conference on World Affairs. They are featured below. Unfortunately, the pictures were not re-produced on line. Audio from many of the ten panels on which Mark was invited to sit will later be featured on air.
Huge returns
Hey, Clueless, meet Bungling
Abortion activists speak to friendly crowd
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Debate Monday

May 8, 2006

Featuring Mark’s favorite Republican, Mike Lane
Competing Democratic and Republican agendas for the 2006 elections:
The Dem Agenda:
Raise Minimum Wage
Allow the Government to Negotiate Better Prescription Drug Prices
Increase Homeland Security
Strong Anti-Bribery Ethics Legisation
Alternative Energy
“Pay-as-you-Go” Budgets (so no more increase in deficits)
Making the Administration Accountable
The Repub Agenda:
Do-Little Congress
No Accountability for the Administration
Tax Cuts for a Structural Deficit and Massive Debt for the Future
A Constitutional Amendment to Prevent Gay People from Marrying
Subsidies to Oil and Pharmaceutical Companies
Weak Anti-Bribery Legislation
A new CIA Director who Defends Illegal Eavesdropping on the Grounds that the President is Above the Law
Can even a dyed-in-the-wool Repubican defend this agenda?
Why is Bush approval rating at 32%?

Sunday Weekly Review

May 7, 2006

(Archive) (Download Time = 3-10 minutes.)
Just one hour today, but a fun one featuring Stephen Colbert’s brave performance in front of George Bush at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.
Colbert spoke “truthiness to power.”
In the second part of the hour, Mark compares the Democratic and Republican agendas for the Election of 2006.

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