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Why Ferguson is Sparking a Millennial Movement

Alicia Garza, Black Lives Matter / Domestic Workers Alliance, joins Thom Hartmann. Young people have formed the core of the protest movement that's come about in the wake of Michael Brown's death What can we do to channel that passion into concrete change?

Latest from the streets of Ferguson

Ben Swann, RT America joins Thom Hartmann. But what's the mood like in Ferguson itself? And what's the next step for activists trying to get their message across to the American people?

Why Faster Melting Glaciers Should Worry You

The latest episode of Thom Hartmann's documentary series, Green World Rising: Why Faster Melting Glaciers Should Worry You

Conversations w/Great Minds P2- Richard Eskow - World's Ultra Rich Are Getting Richer

Richard Eskow, Campaign for America's Future & host of The Zero Hour joins Thom Hartmann.

Geeky Science: Why You Fight with Your Siblings Over the Holidays

Thom Hartmann explains why you fight with your siblings over the holidays.

Conversations w/Great Minds P1- Richard Eskow - "Enough Is Enough” w/Wall Street Appointees

Richard Eskow, Campaign for America's Future & host of The Zero Hour joins Thom Hartmann.

Full Show 11/26/14: Why We Fight with Our Siblings Over the Holidays

In tonight's “Conversations with Great Minds" Thom talks with the Center for America’s Future Richard Eskow, host of “The Zero Hour” radio show. Tonight’s “Geeky Science” looks at the science of why we fight with our siblings over the holidays and in tonight’s “Green Report” we air “Green World Rising,” the third in a series of climate change documentaries narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio and presented by Thom Hartmann.

Big Picture Politics Panel - Dems Must Push Strong Government

Nate Sweet, Progressive Commentator & Hughey Newsome, Project 21 / Move-On-Up & Todd Gaziano, Pacific Legal Foundation-DC Center

Big Picture Politics Panel - Cops should be required to wear body cameras

Nate Sweet, Progressive Commentator & Hughey Newsome, Project 21 / Move-On-Up & Todd Gaziano, Pacific Legal Foundation-DC Center

Is Walmart Playing the "Hunger Games" w/ Employees?

Cynthia Murray, OUR Walmart, joins Thom Hartmann. WalMart is asking its employees to donate food to help their coworkers out during the holiday season that may be struggling with hunger. And - according to recent reports - millions of WalMart employees and their families are struggling with hunger.

Shouldn't Conflicting Eyewitness' Have Warranted a Trial?

Debbie Hines, Legal Speaks, joins Thom Hartmann. Robert McCulloch was the prosecutor for the grand jury that decided not to charge Darren Wilson with murder for killing Michael Brown. So why did he act so much like a defense attorney?

How Democrats Can Regain the Trust of Americans

It's no secret that Democrats took a thumping on Election Day. But what fueled that landslide - and how can Democrats regain the trust of the American people - and could New York Chuck Schumer have the answer?

Live from Ferguson - Reporting on Peaceful Protests

Manuel Rapalo, RT Correspondent, joins Thom Hartmann.

The Good - the Bad - and the Very Very Incalescently Ugly

Watch - The Very Very Ugly! Jack Whitley. The chair of the Big Stone County - Minnesota Republican Party is under fire today for disparaging remarks he made about Muslims.

Full Show 11/25/14: Another Cop Not Charged for An On-Duty Shooting

Thom talks the latest unrest in Ferguson, MO with RT Correspondent Manuel Rapalo and the grand jury’s decision with Attorney Debbie Hines. Tonight’s “Politics Panel” discusses whether all police should wear body cameras, which war hawk Obama will nominate as Defense Secretary and Rand Paul’s war on ISIS. In tonight's “Daily Take” Thom discusses how Democrats need to start acting more like Democrats.

The Kochs vs Trump - Who Will Win On Healthcare?

The fight to repeal and replace Obamacare is rapidly becoming a battle between factions of oligarchs.

So who will win - the Koch brothers faction that hates the Republican healthcare plan?

Or the Trump-Mercer faction that supports it?

As it stands right now, the Republican plan to replace Obamacare still doesn't have enough support to make it through a House vote.

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