Crazy Alert - Polly wants a Grammy?

Thom Hartmann's Crazy Alert

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The Good, The Bad and the Very Very Helobiously Ugly!

The Good! *Steve Chalke* Chalke - a Baptist minister in the UK - and one of the leaders of the Evangelical movement - has published an essay in support of same-sex unions and relationships. In his essay, Chalke writes, "When we refuse to make room for gay people to live in loving, stable relationships, we consign them to lives of loneliness, secrecy, fear and even of deceit...I do believe that the Church has a God given responsibility to include those who have for so long found themselves excluded." This endorsement of same-sex unions is a big deal - especially coming from an Evangelical leader.

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Your Take/My Take LIVE - Conservatives pay their country clubs - why not taxes?

Thom Hartmann takes your phone calls and shares his take.

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Lone Liberal Rumble - Congress is talking "public option" again

Adam Bitely, NetRightDaily.com & Horace Cooper, Conservative commentator joins Thom Hartmann.

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Lone Liberal Rumble - 2nd Amendment Was Passed To Protect Slavery

Adam Bitely, NetRightDaily.com & Horace Cooper, Conservative commentator joins Thom Hartmann.

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Full Show 1/16/13: Could Factory Farms be Responsible for the Flu Pandemic?

In Tonight's show, the Lone Liberal rumble on the continuing gun control debate and if the public option is the best way to lower healthcare costs in America. And in tonight's Daily Take, Thom warns how factory farming could lead to a new flu outbreak killing tens of millions of Americans.

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Vote Rigging - The GOP is taking advice from Stalin

The raging debate in Washington over the debt ceiling may help to determine the short-term fate of our nation - but the battle over the long-term future of our democracy isn't being fought on Capitol Hill. Voter Suppression ID laws, cuts to early voting, long lines in heavily Democratic precincts, and new hurdles to voter registration are nothing compared to this latest vote-rigging scheme. While most of us are focused on "fiscal cliffs" and budget battles in Washington, DC, the real fight for the future of our democracy is, right now, happening in State legislatures in Wisconsin, Ohio, and Michigan.

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The Good, The Bad and the Very Very Panivorously Ugly!

The Good! *Martha MacCallum* Normally in the GBU - we go after Fox So-Called News and it's assortment of talking heads for practicing phony journalism. But this morning - in what may be a first for the network - Fox host Martha MacCallum actually asked a Republican a question - and when he refused to answer - she continued to press him and wouldn't let up. Tea Party Congressman Steve King refused to address specific spending cuts that the Republican Party would support in the debt ceiling debate. MacCallum also did a great job of showing that Republicans are intent on letting America default on its debt - and don't have a plan B to deal with the debt ceiling.

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Corporations wants students to be cogs in their profit machine...

Kris McBride, Academic Dean & Testing Coordinator-Garfield High School in Seattle, WA joins Thom Hartmann. Teachers in Seattle are fed up with the corporate school reform agenda - and they are standing up against standardized testing. Nearly the entire teaching faculty at Garfield High School announced they will not teach, or administer, a new standardized test for 9th graders known as the MAP - the Measures of Academic Progress. The teachers say such standardized testing is a waste of time and money. A second school is even expected to join the boycott.

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Big Picture Politics Rumble - Bye Bye Assault Weapons P2

Richard Fowler, Progressive Strategist & Host of the Richard Fowler Show & Vince Coglianese, Daily Caller & Marc Harrold, Libertarian Commentator

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Big Picture Politics Rumble - Our Vets - Peons w/o Job? P1

Richard Fowler, Progressive Strategist & Host of the Richard Fowler Show & Vince Coglianese, Daily Caller & Marc Harrold, Libertarian Commentator

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Vets, America has a DEAL for you...WalMart!

Forget about a good job - that's a career - something like a long-term job manufacturing things, or a job with a pension or a good health insurance plan. Forget about going to college or trade school. Because Wal Mart has a deal for you! You, too, can work at Wal-Mart, where even if you do all your shopping at WalMart, your paycheck still won't cover your cost of living so you'll qualify for things like Medicaid. Isn't there a big problem with our economy and the way we treat veterans - when the best we can do is offer them a job at Wal-Mart when they come back?

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FULL SHOW 1/15/13: The GOP's Boldest Election-Rigging Move Yet

In Tonight's show, Thom gives his take on the new Wal-Mart jobs program for war veterans. Tonight's Politics Panel discusses New York's new gun control low and what the White House might soon offer in terms of national gun control. Also, why are Republicans still afraid Agenda 21? Plus, FL Congressman Ted Deutch drops by to talk about the Buyback Our Safety Act. And in tonight's Daily Take, Thom reveals the GOP's boldest election-rigging scheme yet.

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Aaron Swartz...Symptom of an Over-Reaching Police State?

When a young Tunisian activist set himself on fire - the Arab Spring was born. What kinds of change could - and should - the death of a young activist here in America bring about?

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Will Obama get citizenship pathway for immigrants?

David Selig, Conservative Commentator & Clarissa Martínez-De Castro, National Council of La Raza, join Thom Hartmann. As the debate over the debt ceiling continues to rage in Washington - the debate over comprehensive immigration reform is just beginning to heat up. Will President Obama be able to score a major political victory and end this nation's failed war on illegal immigration in the process?

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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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