Daily Topics - Thursday July 17th, 2014

Catch The Thom Hartmann Program LIVE noon-3pm ET!! Remember to join Thom in our chatroom during the program today!

Hour One: What Does a 10 ft Sea Rise Look Like? Professor Ben Kirtman, University of Miami / PLUS, should a criminal record make you jobless and homeless?

Hour Two: Do sanctions work? / PLUS, international crisis - John Bradshaw, National Security Network (At Netroots? Check out NSN's National Security Caucus)

Hour Three: Welcome to the new bubble - Professor Stephanie Kelton, University of Missouri at Kansas City / New Economic Perspectives

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ckrob 7 years 28 weeks ago
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Can I assume that the reich-wing of the Supreme Court will support my refusal to pay taxes due to my sincere religious belief that war is contrary to the teachings of Jesus? I cite the Hobby Lobby decision as justification.

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