Tonight’s “Big Picture Rumble” discusses Obama’s immigration plan, Obama being sued over the ACA and the new Benghazi report by the House Intelligence Committee. Tonight’s “Bigger Picture” panel discusses the voter suppression efforts that won back the Senate for the GOP and the tactics they’ll likely use in 2016 to try and take back the White House.
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John Nichols, The Nation Magazine joins Thom Hartmann. Thanks to Senate Republicans - NSA reform is dead - at least for the moment. So what's it going to take to bring it back? Also - Obama's executive action on immigration.
Liar liar pants on fire…or are they? The folks over at PolitiFact’s PunditFact have rated a claim I made on a recent episode of The Big Picture as “Pants on Fire,” but they’ve totally missed the point of what I was really saying. They even went straight to the source - and asked Koch Industries about the claim - which a spokesman obviously said was false. What else was a mouthpiece for the Koch Brothers going to say?
Arturo Carmona, Presente & Miriam Yeung, We Belong Together Campaign: Women for Common Sense Immigration Reform joins Thom Hartmann. President Obama is finally taking big time action on immigration reform.
Thom previews Obama’s immigration speech with Presente.org’s Arturo Carmona and the Women for Common Sense Immigration Reform’s Miriam Yeung and talks NSA reform with “The Nation’s” John Nichols. Thom takes viewer questions and comments in “Your Take, My Take Live” and in tonight’s “Daily Take” Thom discusses how Politifact missed the point when they gave him a “Pants on Fire” rating for a story on the Koch Brothers.
Most of us know how taxpayers subsidize Walmart's low wages with billions of dollars in Medicaid, food stamps, and other financial assistance for workers. But, did you know that we're also subsidizing the retail giant by paying the cost of their environmental destruction.