Episode

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

March 23, 2011

Guest: Conservative blogger John Nolte

We stretch out our debating muscles as Sam talks taxes with a conservative blogger, wonder why Maine’s governor hates labor murals (hint- R.), and vote Kloppenberg all on today’s Majority Report Recap!

At a time when the majority of Americans now support gay marriage, Montana is still fighting to make sure that it is illegal to be gay.

The infamous Paul Lepage, governor of Maine, (you know, the guy who exempted only himself from increased pension contributions) has ordered the removal of 36 foot mural depicting Maine’s labor movement and the names changed on certain conference rooms.

Judge says Chris Christie’s New Jersey school budget cuts violated constitution, fell heavily on high-risk districts.

Next Sam has a tax policy debate with conservative John Nolte of Andrew Breitbart’s BigHollywood.com, facts be dammed!

How’s that war going?

U.S. rescue chopper shoots six Libyan villagers as they welcome pilots of downed Air Force jet

Nevermind.

CNN senior international correspondent Nic Robertson slams Fox news for having more waffles than reporting actual news.

In Wisconsin Supreme Court news; Stop the turd, vote Kloppenburg.

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On today’s Member’s Only show Sam continued his discussion on the tax issues with listeners, the Attack of the Grape Clones, the continuing story of replacement-Dorsey, and Sam responds to IMs.

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