Today On The Ed Schultz Show

Former Gov. and DNC Chair Howard Dean joins the 2nd hour of Today’s show to discuss President Obama’s health care summit with House and Senate Congressional members.

Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-OR, joins the 2nd hour of Today’s show to discuss repealing the antitrust exemption currently granted to health insurance companies.

Rep. Joe Courtney, D-CT, joins the 3rd hour of Today’s show to discuss the Obama summit on health care.

Toyota has more problems after the Congressional hearings. We’ll bring you the story.


Today On The Thom Hartmann Show

Hour Two: Is it time for a third industrial revolution? Thom talks with Jeremy Rifkin, from The Foundation of Economic Trends

Hour Three: Is America about to “Return to Prosperity”? Thom challenges conservative economist Arthur Laffer about his new book; plus Nobel Prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz, author of “Freefall”, joins me in studio

This Morning On The Stephanie Miller Show

Rep. Judy Chu (D-CA) calls in 7:05am to talk about yesterday’s Toyota hearings on Capitol Hill.

Rep. Ron Kind (D-WI) calls in at 7:35am to talk about today’s health care reform summit.

President Obama and his Dem allies are pleading their case for health care overhaul in an extraordinary summit with GOP-ers, broadcast live to a divided public on daytime TV. But Dems are already looking beyond Today’s meeting at historic Blair House. With GOP lawmakers remaining steadfast in their opposition, the president and his party are preparing to move on alone.

Under blistering criticism, Toyota President Akio Toyoda personally and repeatedly apologized to Congress and millions of anxious American car-owners yesterday for deadly defects in popular models produced by his Japanese company. But angry lawmakers forcefully declared it was hardly enough.

Senate Dems have retreated from adding new privacy protections to the nation’s primary counterterrorism law. Lacking the necessary 60-vote supermajority, Dem leaders settled on a one-year extension of expiring surveillance and seizure provisions of the Patriot Act.

A SeaWorld Orlando trainer was leisurely rubbing a killer whale from a poolside platform when the 12,000-pound creature reached up, grabbed her with its mouth and dragged her underwater. The trainer was killed.

Today On The Norman Goldman Show

Today is the one year anniversary of the President’s stimulus bill signing. Has justice been done? The politics of this are disgraceful and hilarious – simultaneously!

Toyota is now seeing the federal government get tough with it – for once! I’ll have the details!

And, am I wrong for being mad at Harry Reid and the President over not getting the big things done? Things like health insurance reform and bank re-regulation? I have taken a lot of heat for giving the President and Harry Reid heat – and I have gotten a lot of support! I am just speaking my mind and want you to do the same, today and every day, where justice is served – The Norman Goldman Show!


Today On The Ed Schultz Show

Ed Schultz broadcasts from Fargo, ND.

Rep. Bruce Braley, D-IA, joins the 1st hour of Today’s show to discuss a new poll showing 52% don’t think President Obama deserves re-election.

David Shuster, host on MSNBC at 10AM and 3PM, joins the 2nd hour of Today’s show to discuss Vice President Biden saying taxpayers have gotten their money’s worth from the stimulus as the White House ramps up spending on creating jobs.

The White House is hinting at a new health care bill. We’ll talk about it.

Today On The Thom Hartmann Show

Hour Two: ”Is rapid rail really just political pork?” Get ready to rumble when conservative Dan Gainor joins Thom about the “choo-choo’s”

This Morning On The Stephanie Miller Show

Hal Sparks joins us in studio at 6:05am for all three hours of “Humpdays With Hal.”

Rep. Bobby Scott (D-VA) calls in at 6:35am to talk about health care reform.

Karl Frisch, Senior Fellow at Media Matters for America, calls in at 7:05am to co-host Right Wing World.

Rep. Frank Pallone (D-NJ) calls in at 7:35am to talk about the economy and jobs

Promising “this is only the beginning,” President Barack Obama announced more than $8 billion in federal loan guarantees Tuesday for the construction of the first nuclear power plant in the United States in nearly three decades.

Toyota is considering a recall of the most popular car in the U.S., its hot-selling Corolla subcompact, after complaints about power steering problems — another blow to the world’s largest automaker already reeling from a string of recalls for safety problems.

Only a third of U.S. voters think that most members of Congress deserve to be re-elected this year, according to a new national poll. That’s the lowest number ever recorded for that question in a CNN survey. The CNN/Opinion Research Corp. poll, released Tuesday, indicates that only 34 percent feel that current federal lawmakers deserve re-election, with 63 percent saying no.