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Rumble Panel: Fox Wants Everyone To Have a Job?

Sean Noble, American Encore & Neil Sroka, Democracy for America & Charles Sauer, The Market Institute all joins Thom. Steve Doocy has a surprisingly progressive recommendation for lifting Americans out of poverty - get them jobs.

Rumble Panel: Why do cons hate America's greatest achievements?

Sean Noble, American Encore & Neil Sroka, Democracy for America & Charles Sauer, The Market Institute all joins Thom. Why is it that our trains in America can't even safely travel at half the speed of trains in Europe and a third the speed of trains in China and Japan?

Who Protects Us From Police Gone Bad?

Sheriff Richard Mack, The Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association/Oath Keepers joins Thom. According to some estimates - police have killed 421 people since January. Is the problem racism - a lack of training - or a combination of both?

Full Show 5/13/15: Deadly Amtrak Crash Raises Questions About Poorly Funded Infrastructure

Tonight’s Big Picture Rumble discusses America’s poorly funded infrastructure following Philadelphia’s deadly Amtrak crash, Ohio Republicans co-sponsoring a bill that would impose a tax on polls affecting poor communities, Jeb Bush backtracking on the Iraq question and top Democratic Senator blasting Obama’s TPP secrecy. Also tonight, Thom discusses the growing number of African-Americans being killed by police nationwide. Then Thom explains why the South Pole’s largest ice shelves are thinning from above and below. Plus, in tonight’s Daily Take Thom talks about the urgent need to once again invest in America’s infrastructure.

Proof - Rats Have More Empathy Then the GOP

It’s Tuesday - time to get geeky on rodents!

Look Out - 75% Chance of a LARGE Spill in Arctic Waters

Andrew Hartsig, Ocean Conservancy joins Thom. The Obama administration has announced that it will soon let Shell start drilling for oil in the Arctic Ocean. So is another disastrous oil spill now pretty much a given?

Librarians Throw The Book at the NSA

Zoe Carpenter, The Nation Magazine joins Thom. Senate Democrats rally to stop debate from going forward on giving the President "Fast Track” Authority. Will Senate Republicans give into the demands of Democrats - just to pass Obamatrade?

GOP's Food Stamp Hypocrisy

A Republican push to ban food stamp users from buying shellfish has exposed compassionate conservatism for the lie it is.

Crazy Alert - Rand Paul Staffer Gets Randy w/a Camera!?

Take a look - but just a warning - this is very - very weird.

The Good - the Bad and the Very Very Patripotestally Ugly

And the very very ugly! Ann Coulter! The conservative commentator offered her “black perspective” on the matter of racism in America. Unfortunately - her perspective is so wrong and racist that even Hannity was compelled to correct her - Tune in…

Full Show 5/12/15: NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio’s ambitious plan to combat national poverty

Tonight’s Big Picture Rumble discusses NYC Mayor De Blasio’s plan to fight national poverty, Senate Democrats rallying to stop the fast-track of the TPP, Wisconsin State Republicans demonizing the poor & working class, and Bernie Sanders’ litmus test for the Supreme Court if elected President. Also tonight, Thom discusses why fossil fuel giant Shell is being allowed to drill in the Arctic. And what’s the connection between librarians and the NSA? Thom reveals the interesting reason why many librarians are now becoming activists against government spying.

Jeb Bush Isn't A Moderate, He's An Extremist Neocon

There's no shortage of Republican candidates rehashing the same tired ideas - but only one is running on his family's name and track record - even though he's trying very hard to make the American people forget it. But can Jeb Bush really pull of his "I'm a moderate” routine.

Unexplained Explosion at the Nuclear Power Plant Near NYC

Kevin Kamps, Beyond Nuclear joins Thom. Parts of the Indian Point Power Planet in Buchanan - New York were shut down again today the wake of a weekend fire at one of its transformers. While there is no threat of meltdown - the blaze did cause an estimated 15,000 gallons of oil to leak from the plant into Hudson River. Cleanup is expected to take a few days - but New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has said that it's unlikely that this incident will cause any long term damage to the Hudson ecosystem. For Indian Point - though - this was just another incident in a long list of accidents - mishaps - and near misses.

The Legacy of Agent Orange Continues...

Susan Schnall, Vietnam Agent Orange Relief & Responsibility Campaign joins Thom. This year - the United States is commemorating the 50th anniversary of the start of the Vietnam War. And while that war ended more than four decades ago - it's legacy still lives on in the daily lives of millions of people both here in America and in Vietnam. For many - that legacy is one of pain - disease - and death. Between 1961 and 1971 - the U.S. Air Force sprayed more than 20 million gallons of a toxic chemical known as Agent Orange on forests throughout Vietnam. The idea was to wipe out any area that the Viet Cong could use as cover - but because the military used Agent Orange so indiscriminately - millions of civilians and American soldiers were contaminated - leading to - among other things - birth defects - cancer - and a host of environmental problems. To this day - the American government refuses to recognize what Agent Orange did to Vietnamese civilians - and doesn't send any aid to affected areas or people.

I Don't Believe This Anymore!

Sarah Morehead, Recovering From Religion joins Thom. Americans are leaving their religions in record droves! But what does life after faith look like for these post-religious Americans?

GOP Tax Myth & Junk Economics

If there's one thing all Republican politicians are really good at, it's straight-up lying through their teeth about how their tax cuts for the rich are actually tax cuts for the middle-class.

Reagan did it, George W. Bush did it, and now that he's officially unveiled his own so-called tax reform plan, Donald Trump is doing it, too.

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