Friday, September 25, 2009

  • Jeffrey McMurray, A.P. Correspondent
  • Ron Mott, NBC News
  • Jeremy Scahill, author of the New York Times best-seller, "Blackwater: The Rise Of The World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army."
  • Health Reform, bill, Congress
  • Andrea Mitchell, chief foreign affairs correspondent, NBC News
  • Sandra Bernhard, comedian, actress and singer. Sandra's new album, "Whatever it takes" is out now.

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Thursday, September 24, 2009

  • Senator Charles Schumer
  • Gilbert Acciardo, retired Kentucky State Trooper
  • Peter Dreier, professor, Occidental College
  • Ken Burns, documentarian. His mini-series "The National Parks: America's Best Idea" starts Sunday at 8 pm Eastern on PBS.

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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

  • Devlin Barrett, reporter, A.P.
  • Howard Fineman, MSNBC analyst and senior Washington correspondent and political columnist for Newsweek
  • Paul Krugman, Nobel Prize-winning economist, a New York Times columnist, an economics professor at Princeton, and author of the book, "The Return of Depression Economics and the Crisis of 2008."
  • John Prendergast, co-chair of the ENOUGH Project
  • Tracy McGrady, co-founder, Darfur Dream Team

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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

  • Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon: He sits on the Senate Finance Committee and has filed an amendment to the Baucus plan called The Free Choice proposal which would allow every American - including those covered by employers - to have access to plans in the Health Insurance Exchange.
  • Thomas Oliphant, a former columnist for "The Boston Globe"
  • Sam Stein, political reporter for the Huffington Post

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Monday, September 21, 2009

  • Wendell Potter, former health insurance executive-turned-whistle blower. He was the head of public relations for CIGNA, one of the nation's largest insurers.  He's now a senior fellow on health care at the Center for Media and Democracy.
  • David Weigel, reporter, The Washington Independent
  • Rajiv Chandrasekaran, reporter, The Washington Post
  • Richard Trumka, president, AFL-CIO

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