Daily Topics - Thursday May 7th, 2015

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Our newest video is here! Watch RESTORATION - plus check out CARBON, LAST HOURS & GREEN WORLD RISING - narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio & Thom Hartmann, directed by Leila Conners

Join Thom in London - June 22-26, 2015 - for a special week long course - Saving the World From Extinction — How to Create a World That Works for All - follow the link to Schumacher College for details!

Hour One: What is Jade Helm & why are some people freaked out by it? General Jerry Boykin (ret'd), Family Research Council

Hour Two: Obama takes TPP pitch to Nike - Elizabeth Swager, Oregon Fair Trade Campaign

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mathboy 7 years 20 weeks ago
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Hey, I'm a rabbit too. Most people don't know the Chinese calendar also has a cycle of 10 years named for elements (metal, water, wood, fire, earth) crossed with yin and yang. I'm a wood rabbit, which makes it sound like I should have lots of kids, but no. Then again, it's "cut timber" (yin) as opposed to "growing wood" (yang). Thom is a wrought-metal rabbit.

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