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Could 700 million Be Under Water Sooner Than You Think?

New research suggests that when it comes to sea ice - conditions today are becoming eerily similar to those some 14,000 years ago - when melting sea ice near Antarctica caused a 3-4 meter rise in global sea levels.

Ferguson Cops Are Still Keeping Secrets

Rev. Osagyefo Sekou, Fellowship of Reconciliation, joins Thom Hartmann. The protests in Ferguson - Missouri over the summer introduced a generation of young people to the power of activism. So where do we go from here to keep on building a modern day movement for civil rights?

Why Texas Is the Worst Place for Ebola to Strike First

Wendell Potter, Deadly Spin, joins Thom Hartmann. Of all the places for Ebola to strike first in America - Texas has got to be the worst. That's because the Lone Star State is a case study in everything that goes wrong when Republicans get to make decisions about public health. For starters - it's got the highest uninsured rate in the nation. Roughly one quarter of its adult population has zero - I repeat, zero - health insurance. And to make matters worse - that number probably isn't going to change anytime soon because Texas Governor Rick Perry has refused to expand Medicaid under Obamacare - trapping thousands in what's called the Red State donut hole. Texas also has no paid sick leave law - which means that if the guy cooking your burger just happens to come into contact with a deadly disease like - I don't know - Ebola - he can't take time off to go see the doctor without having to worry about losing his job. Whatever way you look at it - Texas is a public health disaster. So will it be able to handle Ebola?

Politically Corrected - Steve Doocy Caught Not Telling the Truth

Politically Corrected - Steve Doocy Caught Not Telling the Truth

The Good - The Bad - And the Very Very Harpocraticly Ugly

The Good - The Bad - And the Very Very Harpocraticly Ugly

Why Doesn't Congress Reign In a Partisan SCOTUS?

America's Lawyer Mike Papantonio, Ring of Fire Radio, joins Thom Hartmann. On Monday afternoon - the Supreme Court did something totally remarkable and totally antidemocratic. Without hearing any oral arguments - without issuing any official decision - and without any real justification - it cut early voting in Ohio by one whole week. Because of this - Ohio residents won’t get to take advantage of a week-long early voting period called the Golden Week - where they can both register to vote and actually vote on the same day. This is a huge victory for Republican voter suppression efforts.

Full Show 10/2/14: US Health Care: Privatization & Pandemics

Mike Papantonio, attorney and host of the Ring of Fire radio show, joins Thom to talk about how the Supreme Court furthers Republican obstructionism. The Rev. Osagyefo Sekou gives Thom an update from Ferguson, MO. Health care industry whistleblower, Wendell Potter explains how U.S.-style healthcare providers can’t compete with a single-payer system when battling pandemics like Ebola. Thom answers your questions on everything from PBS to AIG and in his Daily Take, he explains why medical records shouldn’t be privatized.

Why Michael Savage Freaks Out About Ebola

Right-wing talk show hosts like Michael Savage are freaking out about Ebola. But ignore all the hysteria - screaming about Ebola is just a smoke-screen for something else.

Never To Be Heard Again, "Paper or Plastic?"

Aaron Weil, Environment America, joins Thom Hartmann. On Tuesday - California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law SB 270 - which imposes a statewide ban on plastic bags at grocery stores - pharmacies - and convenience stores. The ban - which will start going into effect in July of 2015 - is the first of its kind anywhere in the nation - and is the culmination of a years-long fight led by Golden State environmental activists.

Lone Liberal: Mother in Prison for Saving Son

Horace Cooper - National Center for Public Policy Research & Tyler Harber, GOP Strategist joins Thom Hartmann.

Lone Liberal: Agree with Rand Paul?

Horace Cooper - National Center for Public Policy Research & Tyler Harber, GOP Strategist joins Thom Hartmann.

See & Learn Why 35,000 Walrus’ Are Gathering

See & Learn Why 35,000 Walrus’ Are Gathering

How important is Reagan's 1981 executive order for NSA spying programs?

Marcy Wheeler, ExposeFacts, joins Thom Hartmann. Ronald Reagan was a revolutionary. His presidency marked an important point - and really a turning point - in American history. According to newly released documents obtained by the ACLU - one of those things is substantially broaden the foreign spying powers of the NSA.

Full Show 10/1/14: Reagan to Blame for NSA Spying?

Thom talks with Investigative Journalist Marcy Wheeler (aka @emptywheel) about the ACLU’s new report detailing how President Reagan authorized NSA spying via an executive order in 1981 and California’s banning of plastic bags with Environment America’s Aaron Weil. Tonight’s “Lone Liberal Rumble” discusses the latest school shootings, Rand Paul breaking from his party by wanting people to vote and whether we’re seeing the beginning of the end of ALEC. In tonight’s “Daily Take” Thom discusses Radio Host Michael Savage’s fake hysteria over Ebola.

Politics Panel - We underestimated ISIS?

Patrick Hedger, American Encore & Nate Sweet, Progressive Commentator & Hughey Newsome, Project 21 / Move-On-Up join Thom Hartmann

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Nuclear Plant Has Been Leaking For Four Years

According to the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Entergy Corp has allowed highly radioactive waste to leak into a contained area at the FitzPatrick nuclear power plant for the last four years.

The FitzPatrick plant is near Oswego, New York, but the NRC has said that the leak "poses no immediate risks to any residents or the environment."

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