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At 5:40 we talked with CNBC's David Faber about his book, "And The Roof Caved In." He talks about how Wall Street's greed and stupidity brought capitalism to its knees. When he talked to former Fed chairman Alan Greenspan, Greenspan said to him, "What are you going to do, outlaw greed?" David told us he thought it would take many years to recover the values of our homes and assets. To hear more, click here.
At 6:20, we aired an ABC report about actually tracking the fat through the blood stream after a high calorie meal at a restaurant. One person calls it the poisoning of America. To hear more, click here.
At 6:40 we aired am extended portion of an interview conducted by ABC reporter Kate Snow with Sarah Palin about the Alaska governors' decision to leave office a year early. Sarah Palin said she doesn't know what her political future will be because it's as hard to predict as a fish run in an Alaskan river. To hear more, click here.
At 7:40 we talked with Senator Orrin Hatch about the BCS hearing today, Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor, Sarah Palin and Governor Sanford. Sern. Hatch thinks the BCS is arrogant and off base, Sotomayor will probably get confirmed, Gov. palin is "gutsy" and he is the last person to pile on Gov. Sanford. To hear more, click here.