Daily Topics - Tuesday May 20th, 2014

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Watch my TedX Talk -Lincoln Didn't Fight The Civil War to Free The Corporations. This is an idea worth spreading - so - please watch & share with 5 or 10 friends. It’s important to get money of politics and the average person back in. Also - leave a message on the YouTube and let TED know - this is one of the most important issues of the day - then go to MovetoAmend.org and help out! - Thom Hartmann

Hour One: CO Passes "Right to Try" Law - Is it Safe? Lucy Caldwell, The Goldwater Institute / PLUS, Help Ben & Jerry's get the $$$ out of politics - Ben Cohen, StampStampede.org / WAmend.org

Hour Two: Who are the big winners if net neutrality dies? America's Lawyer Mike Papantonio, Ring of Fire Radio / Plus, the new populism...how we take back America? Roger Hickey, Campaign for America's Future

Hour Three: NPR has become a tool of the right wing

Thom's Blog Is On the Move

Hello All

Today, we are closing Thom's blog in this space and moving to a new home.

Please follow us across to hartmannreport.com - this will be the only place going forward to read Thom's blog posts and articles.

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