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Tuesday, July 13, 2004

  • The Hammer: How Tom Delay is Taking Secret Corporate Donations to Ensure Republican Control

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    Leading Republican Congressman Tom Delay sought donations to his political action committee from Enron and other corporations to help bankroll the redistricting of Texas to ensure that Republicans gain more state House seats. We speak with Lou Dubose, author of a new political biography on Tom Delay that will come out in September called The Hammer: Tom Delay, God, Money and the United States Congress. [includes rush transcript]

  • Who Let the Dogs In? An Hour with Political Columnist and Author Molly Ivins

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    We spend the hour with Molly Ivins, nationally-syndicated political columnist and author of five best-selling books including Bushwhacked: Life in George W. Bush’s America. Her latest book is Who Let the Dogs In? Incredible Political Animals I have Known.

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