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Full Show 10/29/14: McConnell’s Dark Money Secret Revealed

Tonight’s “Lone Liberal Rumble” discusses the secret money funneling into the McConnell campaign in Kentucky, how corporations are now trying to buy Attorneys General and the new Scott Walker ad supporting equal pay after he repealed Wisconsin's equal pay law. In tonight’s special Wednesday edition of “Conversations with Great Minds” Thom talks the religion of Islam with Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Professor of Islamic Studies at The George Washington University.

Politics Panel: Odds of getting Ebola - less then being one of Limbaugh’s wives!

Hughey Newsome, Project 21 / Move-On-Up Nate Sweet, Progressive Commentator & Jennifer Kerns, Washington Times / The Blaze joins Thom Hartmann.

The Prosecution of an American President

Vincent Bugliosi, The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder, joins Thom Hartmann. Vincent Bugliosi makes the case that George Bush is responsible for ISIS.

The 2014 Voting Nightmare

Allegra Chapman, Common Cause, joins Thom Hartmann. With a week to go to Election Day 2014 - a new report is out - detailing the struggles that voters may face next Tuesday.

What has Greed Cost America?

It's nearly impossible to find an industry in America that's not being subsidized by We the People. What does that say about the extraordinary levels of greed in our society - and what can we do to take greed out of the equation?

Politics Panel: Do Conservatives Brag about Destroying the Economy?

Hughey Newsome, Project 21 / Move-On-Up Nate Sweet, Progressive Commentator & Jennifer Kerns, Washington Times / The Blaze joins Thom Hartmann.

Full Show 10/28/14: The Prosecution of A President

Thom talks to Vincent Bugliosi, author and attorney about the new film “The Prosecution of an American President” based on his book outlining the case against George W. Bush. The Politics Panel tackles Ebola, GOP strategy for the midterms, voter suppression in Georgia, food stamps and pay discrimination. Allegra Chapman of Common Cause joins Thom to discuss the state of voting in the U.S. as we go into elections. In his Daily Take, Thom insists greed is not good, and looks at the conditions of fast food workers in Denmark as a model for keeping corporate greed in check.

Full Show 10/27/14: The Caucus Room Conspiracy and the Upcoming 2014 Elections

Thom discusses the Caucus Room Conspiracy and the upcoming elections with Richard Eskow of the Campaign for America’s Future. Brad Friedman, of the Brad Blog talk about electronic voting machines and their potential for fraud and Sam Bennett, author of the forthcoming book, “Ascend”, analyses the personhood amendment in North Dakota. Thom discusses the future of the death penalty in the United States and whether life imprisonment is, as Pope Francis I has said “a hidden death penalty.” Finally, biologist, Dr. Sandra Steingraber joins Thom to discuss the plight of the pristine Finger Lakes in New York State and Thom’s Daily Take picks apart what’s really at stake in the 2014 midterms.

N.D. Voters Are Deciding When Life Begins

Sam Bennett, Political Strategist joins Thom Hartmann. What could happen if Amendment One passes?

Has the Caucus Room Conspiracy Silenced the Left?

Richard Eskow, Campaign for America's Future / The Zero Hour joins Thom Hartmann. Shouldn't the Caucus Room conspiracy be the major point Democrats hit on over the next week until election day?

Human Blockade to Frackers: GO HOME!

Dr. Sandra Steingraber, Living Downstream / Raising Elijah, joins Thom Hartmann.

Stop State-Sanctioned Murder

Diann Rust-Tierney, National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, joins Thom Hartmann. Despite the recent string of botched executions - a new poll out reveals that a majority of Americans are still in favor of the death penalty. But - isn't time to stop state-sanctioned murder - and stop associating ourselves with the likes of North Korea and Iran?

Election 2014...Apocalypse Now?

With Election Day less than two weeks away - dozens of races across the country are just too close to call. But while polling may show that Democrats and Republicans are in virtual dead-heats - the views that the two parties have for the future of America couldn't be more different.

So how common is vote-flipping?

Brad Friedman, The Brad Blog joins Thom Hartmann. Almost every - reports about vote-flipping are trickling in from all across the country

Conversations w/Great Minds - Harold Holzer - Should Lincoln Have Let the South Go?

Harold Holzer, Lincoln and the Power of the Press joins Thom Hartmann.

Cory Booker's Vote Shows Why To Get Money Out Of Politics


On Friday House Republicans joined their Senate colleagues and approved a measure that will allow them to repeal Obamacare using a process known as budget reconciliation. Meanwhile, the pressure is growing on them to come up with some kind of replacement plan.

Unfortunately, they still don't have one.

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