Former Governor Jim Douglas
thinks that politicians in Washington
could learn something from Vermont
about taking a bipartisan approach in severe economic times. We talk with Douglas about the current economic crisis, and how he thinks Congress is
handling it. We also get his thoughts on the Republican presidential field.
Also on the program, analysis
of some this week’s main news, including the discovery of radioactive tritium
in the Connecticut River.
And we listen back to recent
voices in the news.