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Can Jim Yong Kim Reinvent the World Bank?

Deborah James, Center for Economic and Policy Research joins Thom Hartmann. President Obama nominated his choice to lead the World Bank. Does the nomination of Jim Yong Kim signal a new direction for the World Bank - and the global economy?

Fatima Al-awadi & Trayvon Martin - We are all terrorists now!

Faiz Shakir, Center for American Progress joins Thom Hartmann. A woman was brutally murdered in California over the weekend in an apparent hate crime. Are hate crimes the consequences of fear-mongers spreading hatred and ignorance across cable news and radio airwaves in America? Has a decade of war and a fear campaign started by Bush and Cheney led to our nation going unhinged?

Conservatives are destroying Ben Franklin's best invention - The Post Office

Fred Rolando, National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) joins Thom Hartmann. The postal service has been a part of American society for hundreds of years - and it's been getting screwed for just as long. Are we really ready to let it fall victim to the Republicans' war on labor? The United States Postal Service was created by Benjamin Franklin in 1775, and we shouldnt have to erase American history just because Conservatives are afraid of unions and workers' rights.

Why does SCOTUS have power to strike down passed laws signed by the Prez?

Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH, 10th District) joins Thom Hartmann. The Supreme Court began hearing arguments today to determine the constitutionality of Obamacare. How does the most corrupt Supreme Court in history have the power to decide what healthcare Americans can get? All eyes are on the Supreme Court - as today kicked off three straight days of oral arguments to determine the constitutionality of Obamacare. The issue at hand is whether or not the "individual mandate" - also the core of "Romneycare" - is constitutional

Full Show 3/23/12: Conversations with Great Minds: David Rothkopf

Thom talks with author and Foreign Policy Magazine's Editor-At-Large David Rothkopf in tonight's "Conversations with Great Minds." The "Big Picture Rumble" panel discusses the murder of Trayvon Martin, the Keystone XL Pipeline and how it will actually raise the price of gas, and the second anniversary of Obamacare. In tonight's "Daily Take" Thom asks why other countries like Brazil prosecute oil company executives for oil spills, but the US does not.

The Big Picture Rumble - Even Birthers don't want Romney

Caroline May, Daily Caller & Tina Dupuy, Crooks & Liars & Dan Bongino, Candidate for US Senate (R-MD) all join Thom Hartmann.

Conversations w/Great Minds - David Rothkopf - Power, Inc P2

David Rothkopf, Author of the new book "Power, Inc.:The Epic Rivalry Between Big Business and Government--and the Reckoning That Lies Ahead" joins Thom Hartmann. Striking a balance between private and public power is a major goal for society today - and correctly reaching it will help us prosper in the 21st century. So how do we achieve this balance?

Conversations w/Great Minds - David Rothkopf - Power, Inc P1

David Rothkopf, Author of the new book "Power, Inc.:The Epic Rivalry Between Big Business and Government--and the Reckoning That Lies Ahead" joins Thom Hartmann. Striking a balance between private and public power is a major goal for society today - and correctly reaching it will help us prosper in the 21st century. So how do we achieve this balance?

If you cause an oil spill in Brazil - you're a criminal

But - If you cause an oil spill in America - you're given a first-class ticket back to your mansion in England. What's with our government's laissez-faire attitude about corporate crime?

Full Show 3/22/12: Way too big to fail!

Thom discusses the new report that reveals that the top 5 US banks control 52% of the industry's wealth. Also discussed: Obama's support of the Keystone Pipeline, the GOP's continued war against science and in tonight's "Daily Take" Thom looks at who's really to blame for the murder of Trayvon Martin.

What the Castle Doctrine & ALEC have to do with Trayvon Martin

While George Zimmerman may have pulled the trigger that killed Trayvon Martin - there are others who have just as much blood on their hands. I'll tell you who they are...

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

The Good! *Montana Judge James Reynolds* On Tuesday - Reynolds rejected a Republican-backed ballot initiative that aimed to help Conservatives in Montana Supreme Court elections. The Bad! *Los Angeles City Council* The Los Angeles City Council has become the first city in the country to approve a resolution to censor radio and TV. and the Very Very Ugly! *Senator John Thune * In the wake of the Trayvon Martin tragedy - Senator Thune and his Republican colleagues are trying to turn America into the Wild Wild West.

Your Take/My Take - Viewer Disagrees w/Thom on Peaceful Society

Viewer Disagrees w/Thom on Peaceful Society

Geeky Science! Does being bilingual makes you smarter?

Traditional thinking has always been that a bilingual child will have a harder time learning in school. But what does new research say about being bilingual - and could speaking two or more languages really help fight one of the most horrible diseases in America?

Why is TN teaching creationism?

Dinesh D'Souza, Columnist/Author vs.Thom Hartmann. Republicans in Tennessee want to re-open the Scopes Monkey Trial. So what's with the Conservative war on science - and how might big oil be behind it all?

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The GOP war on workers has killed again...

It’s time to stop the conservative's war on working people in America.

Since the birth of our nation, conservatives have always been wary of average working-class Americans having too much political or economic power. John Adams, the second President of the United States and a Federalist (precursor to today’s Republicans), was very wary of the working class, which he referred to as “the rabble.”

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