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Confessions of a Sociopath...

M.E. Thomas, joins Thom Hartmann incognito. Although the media likes to portray them as serial killers and outcasts - sociopaths are a lot more common than y...

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The Good - The Bad - and the Very Very Squamaceously Ugly!

The Good! Pennsylvania Protestors! Last week - a coalition of Keystone State health-care workers - activists - and union-members staged a "sick-in" outside t...

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Rumble - Who's Afraid of Edward Snowden

Ben Cohen, The Daily Banter & The Banter Media Group & Hughey Newsome, The National Advisory Council - Project 21 Black Leadership & Neil McCabe, Guns & Patr...

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Rumble - Revolution redux in Egypt

Ben Cohen, The Daily Banter & The Banter Media Group & Hughey Newsome, The National Advisory Council - Project 21 Black Leadership & Neil McCabe, Guns & Patr...

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Full Show 7/1/13: The Fossil Fuel Industry Must Pay for Its Sins

Tonight's "Big Picture Politics Panel" discusses the continued unrest in Egypt, whether we're witnessing the beginning of an "American Spring" in the U.S. an...

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Conversations with Great Minds - Rep. Mark Pocan - So what's next in the fight for equality? P2

Congressman Mark Pocan(D-WI, 2nd District) joins Thom Hartmann. While the Supreme Court handed same-sex marriage supporters two huge victories this week - eq...

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Conversations with Great Minds - Rep. Mark Pocan - What's next for the gay rights movement? P1

Congressman Mark Pocan(D-WI, 2nd District) joins Thom Hartmann. While the Supreme Court handed same-sex marriage supporters two huge victories this week - eq...

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Full Show 6/28/13: Time to Investigate Darrell Issa!

Tonight's "Big Picture Rumble" discusses the passing of the Immigration Bill in the Senate, how the media is smearing Edward Snowden and how college loan int...

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The Reagan Revolution is an Utter Failure

Nearly three decades later - and America is still paying the price for the failed policies and agenda of Ronald Reagan. Isn't it time we closed the book on t...

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The Good - The Bad - and the Very Very Nolimetangeretarianly Ugly!

The Good! Barbara Nelson! Immediately after the Supreme Court announced its decision striking down the Defense of Marriage Act yesterday morning - the New Yo...

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Geeky Science! How the Ocean Breathes

Scientists have long known that oxygen circulates through our oceans - and that it allows our oceans to "breathe" as levels of the gas dip up and down. But n...

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Your Take/My Take Live - We are not hedonistic enough!

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

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What Marriage Equality Means to Rep. Mark Pocan

Rep. Mark Pocan (D-WI, 2nd District), joins Thom Hartmann.

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Hartmann vs. Laska - Who Pays for Sick Employees?

David Laska, New York Republican State Committee, Thom Hartmann. New York City joined a handful of other U.S. cities in ensuring that all of its residents ha...

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Robert Kennedy Jr. - What his Dad would say about gutting voting rights...

Robert Kennedy Jr., Ring of Fire Radio, joins Thom Hartmann. On Tuesday - the Supreme Court struck down Section 4 the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and gutted on...

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