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Walmart Workers Protest Goes Worldwide

Josh Eidelson, The Nation, joins Thom Hartmann. Wal-Mart workers are taking another step towards a decent living tomorrow - as workers around the globe participate in a day of action against the worlds largest corporation. Where are demonstrations expected to be held - and will these global protests do the trick - and force Walmart to finally listen to its employees?

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Why are our conversations being recorded on public transportation?

Amie Stepanovich, Associate Litigation Counsel-Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), joins Thom Hartmann. It's bad enough the government can read our emails - store our texts - and listen to our phone calls - but they're not stopping there. What's the latest attack on our privacy rights - and why will it make you think twice about how you commute to work?

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Where did the "right to work" phrase come from?

Mark Ames, The eXiled, joins Thom Hartmann. Mark Ames traces the history of these right to work for less laws. He starts at the beginning - what was it like for workers trying ot organize in the early 20th century before the New Deal?

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Steven Crowder Punked Hannity!

Mark Ames, The eXiled, joins Thom Hartmann. "Everybody wants to be a star," is the refrain of the old song of the same name. And, apparently, that "everybody" includes wannabee comedian Steven Crowder, who's got a little-viewed YouTube site from which he's trying to make a living. And it appears that in his rush to fame, Crowder punked Sean Hannity. At the giant protest against Michigan's new "right to work for less money" law, Crowder apparently provoked a union member so badly the guy was knocked to the ground. When he came back up, he came up swinging. In true Andrew Brietbart style, Crowder played the helpless victim, and Hannity stepped right into it, referring to "union thugs" in his setup and giving Crowder several minutes of airtime.

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Full Show 12/13/12: Right-To-Work's Racist History

Thom talks with journalist and author Mark Ames on the history of our country's union-busting laws. Also discussed: the new way our government plans to spy on us, tomorrow's global Walmart strike and how will we be able to infinitely preserve our electronic information. In tonight's "Daily Take" Thom details the downfall of the Republican party since Eisenhower.

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Conversations w/ Great Minds - Bruce Bartlett, "Republicans Hate Democracy"P2

Bruce Bartlett, Historian/Domestic Policy Adviser to President Ronald Reagan/Treasury official under President George HW Bush/writes for New York Times, Financial Times, Fiscal Times, and Tax Notes magazine joins Thom Hartmann. After suffering major blows in last month's election - it's clear that the Republican party has lost its way. But are Conservatives in Washington ready to face facts - and do what is necessary to once again become a relevant and mainsteam political party?

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Conversations w/ Great Minds - Bruce Bartlett, "GOP is Full of Crazy Ignorant Tea Partiers" P1

Bruce Bartlett, Historian/Domestic Policy Adviser to President Ronald Reagan/Treasury official under President George HW Bush/writes for New York Times, Financial Times, Fiscal Times, and Tax Notes magazine joins Thom Hartmann. After suffering major blows in last month's election - it's clear that the Republican party has lost its way. But are Conservatives in Washington ready to face facts - and do what is necessary to once again become a relevant and mainsteam political party?

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Crazy Alert! Dogs are now driving

Thom Hartmann's crazy alert

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Lone Liberal Rumble - National voting standards?

Christopher Bedford, The Daily Caller & Dan Bongino, Conservative Commentator both join Thom Hartmann.

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Lone Liberal Rumble - MI Right to Work for less law

Christopher Bedford, The Daily Caller & Dan Bongino, Conservative Commentator both join Thom Hartmann.

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AFP Faked Attack On Tent Witnessed!

Thomas "Tom" Duckworth, union member & witness at yesterday's so called AFP tent attack. Breitbart and Fox Nation are salivating all over a video of a "mob" of union workers tearing down an AFP tent. Unfortunately - the video is a fake & false.

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Full Show 12/12/12: Right-To-Work's Fascist Roots

Tonight's "Lone Liberal Rumble" panel discusses the right-to-work protests in Lansing, MI, China's rapid takeover of US businesses and how to make sure every vote counts in this country. In tonight's special edition of "Conversations with Great Minds" Thom talks with former Reagan Domestic Policy Advisor Bruce Bartlett.

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Twinkie Robbed Worker's Pensions to Pay CEO Bonuses

Karl Marx famously wrote that capitalism contains within itself the seeds of its own destruction. If true, the young, green shoots of that destruction may well be the corporate and billionaire excesses, ranging from the Hostess debacle to the billionaire oligarch Koch Brothers funding anti-union efforts by Rick Snyder and Republicans in Michigan.

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Crazy Alert! Time to start preparing for interplanetary war?

Thom Hartmann's crazy alert

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Selig vs Hartmann - Why do you hate homeless people?

David Selig, Conservative Commentator, joins Thom Hartmann. Big oil is doing just fine without the $20 billion it gets in taxpayer subsidies. Isn't that money better spent putting a roof over someone's head? By eliminating corporate meals and entertainment write-offs - some $60 billion dollars - the government could cover the costs of ending homelessness 3 times over. Is it ok for corporate execs and lobbyists to be having steak dinners while hundreds of thousands of Americans have to worry if they're ever going to eat again?

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Time to Rethink the War on Terror

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When Eric Holder eventually steps down as Attorney General, he will leave behind a complicated legacy, some of it tragic, like his decision not to prosecute Wall Street after the financial crisis, and his all-out war on whistleblowers like Edward Snowden.

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