Cowboy hat By Jim Hightower - Tue., 2/4/97 Bookmark and Share

A recent New York Times headine blared some comforting news . . . comforting to the pesticide industry, that is. It read: "Chemicals on Food? A Panel of Experts Finds Little Danger."

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Pampering Corporate Directors

Cowboy hat By Jim Hightower - Mon., 2/3/97 Bookmark and Share

You've eaten "Hushpuppies," haven't you -- those little fried balls of cornmeal served with catfish? These tasty bites were first made by cooks on overnight hunting trips -- they tossed them to the hound-dogs to "Hush-up" their yelping.

Today, top... [read more]


Cowboy hat By Jim Hightower - Fri., 1/31/97 Bookmark and Share

Buenos dias, muchachos [underlay of Mexican instrumental] . . .and welcome to the exciting flavors of Mexican cooking!

The humble tortilla and frijole have become some of the hottest items in... [read more]


Cowboy hat By Jim Hightower - Thu., 1/30/97 Bookmark and Share

Time for another voyage [Far-out space music] into the Far, Far, FAR-OUT Frontiers of Free Enterprise.

Today, Spaceship Hightower takes you into the strange world of product advertising claims, where reality... [read more]


Cowboy hat By Jim Hightower - Wed., 1/29/97 Bookmark and Share

The Clinton White House has been immersed in File-gate, Paula Jones-gate and Lippo-gate . . . but what about [Dragnet Theme]: Green-gate?

It involves documents being shredded, dead flowers being spread... [read more]


Cowboy hat By Jim Hightower - Tue., 1/28/97 Bookmark and Share

All kinds of "doublespeak" words have been coined by greedheaded corporate executives trying to cover-up the fact that they are dumping middle-class workers by the millions: "downsizing," "decruiting" and "negative hiring," for just a... [read more]