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D'Antoni & Levine

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Politics and culture with Washington D.C- based reporter Art Levine and Tom D'Antoni Oregon-based writer and TV producer

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Join Art and Tom and lawyer and progressive blogger Chris Edelson who will talk about McCain's seamy ties to terrorists and other sleazeballs.

Our guest is Stefan Forbes, who has made a film, "Boogie Man", about Lee Atwater, the father of negative campaigning.

Find out why they're so frantic to get the bailout done from a financial world insider...who predicted this mess 3 years ago.

Join Art and Tom with guests Bernie Horn and David Vest. Horn runs the Campaign for America's Future's war room and Vest is a writer/musician. We'll talk about the sudden momentum change in the presidential election...and why.

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In the first half hour,Author Charles Wohlforth, also a speechwriter and journalist, will be our guest. In the 2nd half hour Allison Kilkenny, cartoonist, writer and humorist will join us.

Gen. Tony McPeak is at the Democratic convention. He is one of Barack Obama's military advisors and is former USAF Chief of Staff with a long and storied military career. Also Amanda Terkel, Editor of Think Progress.org also in Denver.

Tom and Art welcome liberaloasis.com Bill Scher,and who will be part of the Campaign for America's Future blogging team at the Democratic Convention. Also Washington Monthly's Tom Frank.

Author David Sirota and "The Hill" columnist Brent Budowsky will be Art and Tom's guests. We'll talk about Sirota's latest book "The Uprising: An Unothorized Tour of the Populist Revolt Searing Wall Street and Washington."... more

Former prosecutor and current author Vincent Bugliosi will talk about his sensational book "The Prosecution of George Bush For Murder" The Nation called it "a scathing indictment of the President and his Administration but also a... more

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