Rumble - NSA -Why be cryptic...unless hiding something....

Marc Harrold, "Observations of White Noise" & Ben Cohen, The Daily Banter & Kris Ullman, Conservative Commentator/Activist, joins Thom Hartmann.

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Full Show 6/14/13: Is the NRA's New Attack Ad Racist?

Tonight's "Big Picture Rumble" discusses the latest news from the NSA's spy program, the sixth-month anniversary of the Newtown massacre and the NRA's new ra...

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Tyranny is BiPartisan

Some people say they're not worried about NSA tracking their phone calls or hacking their emails because they have nothing to hide. But those people are sore...

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

The Good! The Maine House of Representatives! On Tuesday - the Pine Tree State legislature approved a bill requiring the labeling of all food containing gene...

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Geeky - Turns Out High Fructose Corn Syrup is Like Cocaine...

Thom Hartmann's geeky science.

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Your Take/My Take LIVE - Who Did Snowden Work For?

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

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Rep. Alan Grayson, "Hands Off Americans' Information"

Congressman Alan Grayson (D-FL, 9th District) joins Thom Hartmann. Florida Congressman Alan Grayson - his plan to put an end to invasive NSA snooping and ask...

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Is Darrell Issa a bad investigator - or just a big liar?

Rusty Humphries, The Rusty Humphries Show & Scottie Nell Hughes, Tea Party News Network join Thom Hartmann. Darrell Issa says he has definitive proof that th...

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Why hasn't the MSM Reported - National Security Has Been Outsourced

Mike Papantonio, Attorney & Host-Ring of Fire Radio, joins Thom Hartmann. Thanks to Edward Snowden - we now know that the NSA is involved in a far-reaching a...

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Full Show 6/13/13: Tyranny Is Bipartisan

Thom talks with Congressman Alan Grayson and Radio Host Mike Papantonio on the latest details with the NSA spy program. Thom takes viewer questions and comments in "Your Take, My Take Live,"...

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

The Good! Joe Biden! According to pool report published today - the Vice President proclaimed Al Gore as the winner of the 2000 Presidential election. The Bad.... Or maybe just the bizarre....Glenn...

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We're Prepared to Accept an Apology from Exxon & Lawmakers

Congressman Jim Bridenstine got on the House floor yesterday - and demanded an apology from the President. Well - I'm ready to accept a few apologies myself.

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Law & Order's Tamara Tunie - Every Child Matters!

So - what can be done to make sure that no child goes to bed hungry in this country? Earlier today I had a chance to sit down with Tamara Tunie and ask her a...

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Should special prosecutors handle military sexual assaults?

Sam Bennett,Women's Campaign Fund/She Should Run Foundation joins Thom Hartmann. Lawmakers are considering legislation to help stop the epidemic of sexual assault and rape in the military....

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Will Greeks Say Enough is Enough Now?

Costas Panayotakis, Remaking Scarcity: From Capitalist Inefficiency to Economic Democracy, joins Thom Hartmann. The Greek coalition government has shutdown ERT - Greece's state sponsored broadcaste...

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