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[Reverb] This is JH0137. I am the clone of Jim Hightower. There are hundreds of us, and we are taking-over the air waves.
Science fiction is now passe', nowhere... [read more]
Few furnishings can beautify a home as much as one of those hand-knotted, traditional carpets from India, Nepal or Pakistan. They are durable too, and generations of little tykes first learn to crawl, then... [read more]
Big Fred Thompson. He's the six-foot-six Senator from Tennessee who is leading the Republican charge to investigate corrupt campaign fundraising by Bill Clinton's Democrats. He's portraying himself as a kind of John Wayne character,... [read more]
M-I-C, K-E-Y, M-O-N-E-Y, Mickey Money, Mickey Money . . . .
Mickey Mouse has been turned into a cash cow by the top mouseketeers in charge of Disney Incorporated. ... [read more]
The Ree-publicans in congress are all up on their high horses with their mighty swords of righteousness drawn. [Music: The "William Tell Overature"] They are chasing after those dastardly Democrats for campaign finance corruption, claiming... [read more]
Time for another trip [Far-out space music]. . . into the Far, Far, FAR-OUT Frontiers of Free Enterprise.
Today's journey on spaceship Hightower is courtesy of Consumer Reports magazine, which takes... [read more]
Let's go to the Sports Desk [Sports Theme] . . . for Hightower Radio's "Wide, Wide, Wide, WILD World of Sports."
Today's feature . . .How to Choose a... [read more]
The mountainmen had some sensible advice: "Never drop your gun to hug a grizzly."
But America's Powers That Be have done just that in failing to protect our sovereignty --... [read more]
Jim Hightower here [Dragnet theme] . . . Just the facts, Ma'am [Dragnet reprise]
Case number 014167A: "The Campaign Corruption Caper of Connecticut Senator Chris Dodd." Here's the story... [read more]
They say that ethics is Morality . . . divided by Profit. You don't need a PhD in Mathematics to know that this often results in negative ethics.
Take Walt... [read more]