Daily Topics - Friday November 11th, 2016

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Coming up today on The Thom Hartmann Program:

Veteran's Day 2016 and it's Anything Goes Friday

- Thom discusses Reactive Keynesianism and Good vs Evil populism

- Let's reprise the Cormin/DeMint debate. Should we be as evil as the Republicans and obstruct everything...Thom says yes - what are your thoughts?

- Thom is supporting Keith Ellison vs. Howard Dean for DNC Chair...we need change

- Adam McKay from The Big Short shares some great news (Represent.us)

- Yong Jung Cho, anti-Trump Activist/Protester (#AllOfUs2016), who participated in DC protests, is joining us.

...LIVE from Washington, DC starting at 12pm Eastern...

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gmcelum 5 years 40 weeks ago
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Mr. Hartmann, could you explain how the DNC elects its officers. Thank you.

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