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Full show 9/22/14: The People’s Climate March

Thom speaks to Cole Stangler of In These Times about the People’s Climate March in New York, the largest climate march in history. Dean Hubbard of the Sierra Club tells Thom about labor’s new role in the climate movement. Thom discusses non-violent responses to the ISIS crisis with Rev. Lennox Yearwood of Campaign Nonviolence. And Robert Rector of the Heritage Foundation discusses our definition of poverty in the U.S.

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The Big Picture: The Missing Person

Watch The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann on RT America weeknights at 7:00pm and 10:00pm Eastern Time.

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Conversations with Great Minds P2 - What was The American Revolution of 1800?

Dan Sisson, The American Revolution of 1800, joins Thom Hartmann who co-authored this book. Just 24 years after he wrote the Declaration of Independence - Thomas Jefferson spearheaded a second American revolution. What was this second American revolution? And what can it tell us about we can do to protect our democracy right now in 2014? "The American Revolution of 1800" - a classic work of scholarship that - for me - like so many others - changed the way I saw the history of our country If there's one book you need to read to understand the real origins of American democracy - this is it

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Conversations with Great Minds P1 - We Are Heading for a True Revolution

Dan Sisson, The American Revolution of 1800, joins Thom Hartmann who co-authored this book. Just 24 years after he wrote the Declaration of Independence - Thomas Jefferson spearheaded a second American revolution. What was this second American revolution? And what can it tell us about we can do to protect our democracy right now in 2014? "The American Revolution of 1800" - a classic work of scholarship that - for me - like so many others - changed the way I saw the history of our country. If there's one book you need to read to understand the real origins of American democracy - this is it

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Rumble - What should we do about our failed prisons?

Patrick Hedger, American Encore & Horace Cooper - National Center for Public Policy Research & T. Neil Sroka, Democracy for America, all join Thom Hartmann.

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Rumble - Why are we arming and training Syrian rebels vs ISIS?

Patrick Hedger, American Encore & Horace Cooper - National Center for Public Policy Research & T. Neil Sroka, Democracy for America, all join Thom Hartmann.

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Full Show 9/19/14: What Thomas Jefferson Can Teach Us Today

In the Lone Liberal Rumble, Thom debates the vote to arm rebels in Syria, the successes of Obamacare, and what has made the U.S the country with the largest prison population in the world. Thom talks to historian Dan Sisson, historian and author of “The American Revolution of 1800” about the legacy of Thomas Jefferson in Conversations with Great Minds.

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A Country Not Afraid to Stand Up to The Billionaires

What if there was a country that wasn't afraid to stand up to the billionaires - and raise taxes on the wealthy elite? Well there is - but it's definitely not America. So - what is this mystery country - and how can we be more like it?

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EXPOSED: Proof Earthquakes Directly Linked to Fracking…

Ever since the highly controversial process of fracking first arrived on the scene - numerous studies have shown just how dangerous it can be for the environment and for human lives. But now - a new study released by scientists with the US Geological Survey reveals a near certain connection between fracking and earthquakes. The scientists found evidence "directly linking" earthquakes in Colorado and New Mexico since 2001 with increases in wastewater injection - a process used in fracking.

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

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

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What America Could Learn from Scotland's Independence vote

John Nichols, The Nation Magazine, joins Thom Hartmann. The day has finally come for Scots to choose whether or not they want to remain part of the United Kingdom. How will they decide? And what can the Scottish independence movement tell us about how to make our democracy here in the United States work better for everyone?

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GOP'er Admits...Obamacare is Working!

Scottie Nell Hughes, Tea Party News Network / ROAR: The New Conservative Woman Speaks Out, joins Thom Hartmann. Even Republicans are now openly admitting that Obamacare is. So - could the age of obstruction finally be over?

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The Great Libertarian Paradise Experiment Has Failed

Richard Eskow, Campaign for America's Future / The Zero Hour, joins Thom Hartmann. Believe it or not - there actually is a real-life Galt’s Gulch populated by real people who hate the government. This real life Galt’s Gulch is in Chile - and surprise, surprise - it’s a colossal failure.

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Full Show 9/18/14: Debunking “Atlas Shrugged”

Thom talks with Richard Eskow of the Campaign for America’s Future about Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged” and the real-life Randian experiment gone wrong in Chile. On the day of the Scottish referendum on independence, Thom talks to John Nichols of the Nation from Edinburgh, Scotland about the possible consequences of a “Yes” vote. In his Daily Take, Thom looks at how Colombia has made their 1% help in pulling people out of poverty.

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The Real Carbon Monster Revealed

The climate deniers over at the New York Post say that climate scientists and environmentalists are creating a "monster" that's sucking up resources in the name of protecting the planet. But isn't the real monster the fossil fuel industry and it's lifeblood - carbon? Anybody who reads it is almost guaranteed to lose a few IQ points. But there’s one lie that really stands out from Harris’ piece. And that’s the idea that climate scientists and climate activists are actually evil, that they’re part of a big virus or “monster” that’s sucking up money and resources all in the name of saving the planet

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Time to Rethink the War on Terror

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When Eric Holder eventually steps down as Attorney General, he will leave behind a complicated legacy, some of it tragic, like his decision not to prosecute Wall Street after the financial crisis, and his all-out war on whistleblowers like Edward Snowden.

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