Alert! Radio #172
Mordecai Briemberg gives his take on the U.S., Egyptian and Canadian interests in the outcome of the Egyptian uprising. Jim Stanford explains what kind of a federal budget Canada needs and why further cuts in the corporate income tax is the wrong way to go. Steven Staples points out what there is about the perimeter security deal that we should be worried about.
Music is the Weapon playlist:
- Sound of Singing, Eric Bogle, I Wrote This Wee Song Disc 1
- Feed the Children, Eric Bogle, I Wrote This Wee Song Disc 2
- Poor Bugger Charlie, Eric Bogle, Something of Value
- Singing the Spirit Home, Eric Bogle, I Wrote This Wee Song Disc 2
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