Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Today’s Hot Topics

  • George Zimmerman’s attorney’s abandon him; Trayvon Martin suspect goes rogue
  • Rick Santorum drops out of the 2012 presidential race
  • Miami Marlins suspend their manager over comments about Cuban leader Fidel Castro
  • Rich Romney and his horses


  • Climate Progress Editor Dr. Joe Romm joins Bill to discuss the record warmth the US experienced in March
  • Author Chris Mooney joins Bill live in studio with his new book, The Republican Brain: The Science of Why They Deny Science–and Reality
  • International Brotherhood of Teamsters General Secretary-Treasurer Ken Hall joins Bill live in studio to discuss the Buffett Rule, and Hostess Brands, who’s executives lined their pockets while filing for bankruptcy
  • Bullfight Strategies Partner Karl Frisch joins Bill live in studio to discuss Rick Santorum dropping out of the race
  • United States Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis joins Bill live in studio to talk about the latest unemployment numbers

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One Response to Wednesday, April 11, 2012

  1. Regarding the Romney horses…

    I hate to burst your bubble but the Missouri fox trotter is about as common and as “country” of a breed as they come.

    It’s a common and popular trail horse because they’re comfortable to ride for many people. Even out in the country you’ll find many of them in the back yards of blue collar type folks. Nothing “1%” about it. There are actually several similar (gaited) breeds and you find them all over the place being ridden by all sorts of modest folks.

    The warm blood dressage horse?…pretty much the same thing. You might not see as many of them living in back yards but dressage and warm bloods are very popular with lots of regular folks.

    BTW, I’m a full time farrier (I shoe horses for a living), earn a VERY modest income, live out in the country where living is relatively inexpensive and I have a horse out in the yard.

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