Progressive talk show host Thom Hartmann

September 05, 2010
 

Thom Hartmann is the nation's #1 progressive radio talk show host (also simulcast as TV in 40 million homes by Dish Network/Free Speech TV), and the New York Times bestselling, 4-times project Censored winning author of 21 books in print. He is live daily from noon-3 PM ET in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Detroit, Seattle, Portland, Phoenix, Santa Fe, Grand Rapids, Asheville, Lansing, and on over one hundred other outlets nationwide including Chicago, Santa Barbara, Minneapolis, Madison, Denver, and on XM and Sirius Satellite radio, and simulcast as a TV show on the Free Speech TV Network (www.freespeech.org) carried on the national satellite TV system, Dish Network. Join the conversation with Hartmann and McChesney, Sunday 1pm.

www.thomhartmann.com

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