Episode 31

­A new report says Obama's strategy in Afghanistan is failing, and now the U.S. is showing aggression in Southeast Asia in the wake of North Korea's attack on a South Korean island. Thom talks with Dan Gainor and David Swanson about U.S. military reach around the world. Then, U.S. companies recorded some of the highest profits in history this year, yet job creation has remained relatively stagnant. Thom talks with Wayne Allyn Root about corporate profits and job creation. Then, Florida resident Alisa Wilson lost a battle with liver disease after a Florida law implemented by Jeb Bush allowed her insurance company to deny coverage for a liver transplant. Thom talks with the reporter who broke the story, Zaid Jilani.