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The Hightower Report 2001 14 results

April 6, 2001

The Bush budget and children's welfare, Pete Domenici and nuclear power & Jonah Goldberg on the joys of sweatshops

Jim Hightower

March 30, 2001

Star Wars boondoggle, MBNA's bankruptcy fraud, and the CIA's cooked books

Jim Hightower

March 23, 2001

Killing workplace safety rules, Paul O'Neill's Alcoa conflict, and Poppy's international hustle

Jim Hightower

March 16, 2001

Selling the Commons; The Corporate Tax-Dodgers

Jim Hightower

March 9, 2001

Bush's 'Real, Live Americans'; Nike's 'Freedom to Choose'

Jim Hightower

March 2, 2001

Treasury Sec. Paul O'Neill pitches Bush tax breaks, Newt Gingrich is a business consultant, Congressional fundraising among freshman is out of control

Jim Hightower

February 23, 2001

A lobbyist "volunteers" for Bush, the WTO plays peek-a-boo in Qatar, and China represses independent unions

Jim Hightower

February 16, 2001

The "Prosperity Dividend," Bush's Energy Fraud, and the War on Colombia

Jim Hightower

February 9, 2001

The New Environmental Regime; Ripping Off the Pentagon

Jim Hightower

February 2, 2001

Hardcore Corporate Action; Hardwired Fashion

Jim Hightower

January 26, 2001

High Tech Brought Low; All Expenses Paid

Jim Hightower

January 19, 2001

Sweat It Out; Old School

Jim Hightower

January 12, 2001

A Little Help From My Friends; The Buddy System

Jim Hightower

January 5, 2001

Major league baseball ticket gouging in New York, grassroots rebellion in Carmel, Ca., the oil industry's assault on the Project on Government Oversight, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce attacks new OSHA protections for workers.

Jim Hightower

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