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Conversations with Great Minds - Susan P. Crawford - Monopoly Power in the New Gilded Age P2

Susan P. Crawford, JD - Captive Audience: The Telecom Industry and Monopoly Power in the New Gilded Age joins Thom Hartmann.

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Conversations with Great Minds - Susan P. Crawford - Monopoly Power in the New Gilded Age P1

Susan P. Crawford, JD - Captive Audience: The Telecom Industry and Monopoly Power in the New Gilded Age joins Thom Hartmann.

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Rumble - liberals & conservatives agree - break up the big banks!

Horace Cooper, National Center for Public Policy Research & Sam Bennett, Women's Campaign Fund / She Should Run & Francesca Chambers, Red Alert Politics, all join Thom Hartmann.

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Rumble - Sequester wouldn't happen w/more women in politics

Horace Cooper, National Center for Public Policy Research & Sam Bennett, Women's Campaign Fund / She Should Run & Francesca Chambers, Red Alert Politics, all join Thom Hartmann.

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Full Show 3/1/13: Welcome to American Austerity

Tonight's "Big Picture Rumble" panel discusses the sequester/austerity cuts that will start going into effect at the end of the day, whether The Voting Rights Act will be struck down and how Sherrod Brown and David Vitter are teaming up to break up the big banks. In tonight's "Conversations with Great Minds" Thom talks with author Susan Crawford about her new book, "Captive Audience: The Telecom Industry & Monopoly Power in the New Gilded Age," and in tonight's "Daily Take" Thom explains how to know when to tax and when to spend.

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It's 1948 Again....Wake Up!

Today, the battle lines are drawn pretty much the same as they were in 1948 and 1932. Millions of Americans are struggling to survive, to get a proper education, and the very rich are making out like bandits, all thanks to Republican "misrule and inaction."

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Your Take/My Take LIVE - Hey Sweetheart - let's talk about 98% taxes

Call Thom LIVE at (202) 904-2134 TONIGHT 7-8pm (check local listings)

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The Good, The Bad, And The Very, Very Hesternopothically Ugly...

The Good! Dennis Rodman. The former NBA star - known for his off-court antics and colorful hair - is in North Korea - and he might actually be improving US-relations with the reclusive nation. According to reports -he's getting along very well with North Korea's new leader Kim Jong Un. After attending basketball games together in Pyongyang, Rodman told Un, "You have a friend for life." With North Korea conducting nuclear tests, and relations between our government and theirs very tense, Dennis Rodman is the most high profile American to meet face to face with the Kim Jong Un - and apparently they really hit it off. So who knows, maybe Dennis Rodman - the man who was once the "bad boy" of basketball - the man once who wore a wedding gown to promote his book - and who once dabbled in professional wrestling - THAT Dennis Rodman - might be America's next top diplomat.

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Monkeys invented the Margarita?

Each night - millions of Americans go to their local bar to throw back a few beers - and spend time with their friends. But according to new research - if it weren't for some ancient primates and their love of fermenting fruit - we may not be able to drink beer today.

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Which Major Sport Will Be the 1st to Accept Gays?

Wade Davis II, Former NFL Player & LGBTQ Activist joins Thom Hartmann. Gays and Lesbians in America are steadily winning the fight for equality. There were significant victories for marriage equality in the recent 2012 elections. The President has been a vocal supporter of LGBT equality. And the discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act has now been repeatedly struck down in the courts. But there's one arena where gays are still shutout. And that's professional sports. There's not a single openly gay athlete competing in any of the major sports in America.

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Hanford Nuclear Waste is Leaking...on the way to the Columbia River

Kevin Kamps,Beyond Nuclear, joins Thom Hartmann. Hundreds of gallons of nuclear waste are leaking out of so-called storage tanks at a nuclear waste facility in Washington state. What dangers are these leaks posing to the American people - and will this latest nuclear nightmare wake politic and up to the dangers of nuclear power?

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Should Scalia take off his black robe & put on his white hood?

Mike Papantonio, Ring of Fire Radio, joins Thom Hartmann. it's likely the five corporatists right-wingers on the bench will strike down section 5 of the Voting Rights Act - which prevents certain parts of the nation from blatantly discriminating against minority voters.

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Full Show 2/28/13: It's 1948 Again - Wake Up!

Thom talks with Attorney and Radio Host Mike Papantonio on yesterday's SCOTUS hearing on The Voting Rights Act, with Beyond Nuclear's Kevin Kamps on the leaks at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in Washington state and with former NFL football player Wade Davis on homophobia in sports. Thom takes viewer phone calls in "Your Take, My Take Live," and in tonight's "Daily Take" Thom looks at the similarities between Congress in 1948 and Congress today.

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren vs. Bernanke/Banksters

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has fought tirelessly to bring the big banks to justice for their role in America's economic collapse - and she's still fighting today. But she'd shouldn't have to be fighting Wall Street alone. What needs to be done to stop the rampant corruption on Wall Street - and bring an end the whole idea of "too big to fail"?

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Crazy Alert - Why Penis Shrinkage?

Thom Hartmann's crazy alert.

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Corporations outspend taxpayers in Congress...

You may be surprised to learn that we spend about $2 billion dollars a year on our dysfunctional Congress. However, it's even more surprising to learn that corporate lobbyists spend even more to buy off our federal lawmakers.

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