August 12, 2012

Ohio looks good for Obama, income looks bad under Republicans, and the House GOP looks like “monstrous” cynics.


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Eric Kearney

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Eric Kearney is the minority leader in Ohio’s state Senate, and he is very optimistic that once voters take a close look at his record and see the jobs start returning, they will again put Ohio in the Obama column this fall.
http://www.erickearney.com/

 

Tim Noah

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Tim Noah is an essayist and author whose latest book examines the growing economic inequality in America over the past 33 years. He attributes it to the deregulation of Wall Street, the decline of the middle class, and, no surprise, Republican presidents.
http://www.timothynoah.com/

 

Gerry Connolly

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Bill Press and Washington Post reporter Nia Malika Henderson talk with Gerry Connolly, a Democratic Congressman from Virginia, who describes how the House Republicans are “playing with the U.S. economy.”
http://connolly.house.gov/

AmericasDemocrats.org–May 27th, 2012

Eric Kearney

Ohio State Senate Democratic Leader Eric Kearney talks about the importance of his state to President Obama in November and how Republicans are trying to suppress voting rights and women’s rights.

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Jennifer Mittelstadt

Professor Jennifer Mittelstadt is writing a book about book on the relationship between the all-volunteer army, social welfare, and politics. She notes that the military has always been a social service agency and examines the role of medical, dental, educational and child care benefits in keeping the military services strong.

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Jeff Morley

Bill Press interviews Jeff Morley of Salon.com, who has been looking into the possible use of drones to spy on Americans.

http://www.billpressshow.com/

Jeff Morley