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The Errington Thompson Show Podcast 2/3/07

(…with Rachel Maddow talking about the book Hubris. I thought I would re-post an interview that I had several years ago with one of the co-authors of that book, Michael Isikoff.) I start off the show with a remembrance of Molly Ivins. (Molly Ivins on PBS.) She was a unique voice. I will miss her. The Texas Observer has turned their whole web site over to remembering Molly Ivins. Tornadoes in Florida. (As you can hear, I’m still trying to get used to this new studio. I’m trying to get used to where the Mic is and where my computer is

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Where’s the Outrage? 11/4/06 Podcast

Wow, I have gotten behind in posting my radio show again. Here’s the podcast. (I thought that I would re-publish this since MSNBC has put out a documentary titled Hubris.) Why aren’t elections held on Saturdays when most people are off?  If you want folks to vote, then why would you hold elections on Tuesdays? John Kerry’s gaffe.  In the video, Kerry clearly loses his place.  The Republicans go crazy over his gaffe.  His reaction to the Republicans finger pointing was worse than the stumble in the first place. How do you decide who to vote for?  No, seriously.  How do

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Where’s the Outrage? 10/28/06 Podcast

Ops.  I have gotten behind in posting my show. Here’s the podcast. We have never been about staying the course.  We are for changing language without really changing anything.  Tony Snow only found eight times where the President said “stay the course.”  Olbermann found 29 repetitions of “stay[ing] the course.”  Google remains a tool that the White House can’t figure out how to use.  (He even hears “stay the course” in Spanish.)  94 deaths in Iraq so far this month beg the question why did we go to Iraq? My guests.  I feel very lucky that I have had some great

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Errington C. Thompson, MD

Dr. Thompson is a surgeon, scholar, full-time sports fan and part-time political activist. He is active in a number of community projects and initiatives. Through medicine, he strives to improve the physical health of all he treats.

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The Thirteeneth Juror

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