Thursday on The Ed Schultz Show!
Big Eddie will be broadcasting from the nation’s Capitol in Washington, DC!
Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-OH, joins the show to discuss the latest debate on Iraq and Bush talking jobs in Ohio.
Big Eddie opened the Wednesday show calling Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff irresponsible for comments to an editorial board that he had a “gut feeling” about a new period of increased risk.
Sen. Barack Obama, D-IL, joined the show to discuss the latest votes on the Iraq war and says the war has to end and it has to end quickly.
Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-CA, joined the show to discuss the latest votes taking place on the Senate floor over Iraq and says she thinks Impeachment needs to be on the table for the Bush Administration.
Rep. Keith Ellison, D-MN, joined the show to discuss the House hearing on pardons and the commuting of Scooter Libby and legislation for impeachment of Vice President Dick Cheney.
Sen. Jim Webb, D-VA, joined the Tuesday show to discuss his bipartisan amendment that sets limits to the length of overseas deployments of the Army, Marine Corps, and National Guard in the Iraq war.
Big Eddie explains to listeners Tuesday why impeachment needs to be put back on the table.
Big Eddie opens the Monday show with his stories of border security on his way to catch walleye in Northern Canada over the 4th of July holiday, how conservation works for fishing in Canada and how we can apply it to oil and energy issues in America with the right leadership.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Pat Leahy, D-VT, joins the show to respond to the news that President Bush has invoked executive privilege to deny requests by Congress for testimony from two former aides about the firings of federal prosecutors.
Director Robert Greenwald of Brave New Films joins the show to discuss a new video and web campaign outlining the case for Impeachment against Vice President Cheney.
CNN White House Correspondent Ed Henry joins Ed Schultz to discuss Bush invoking executive privilege on the US Attorney firings, Republican defections on Iraq and debate within the White House over Iraq.