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Rumble: Could Bernie Sanders Run for Prez as a Democrat?

Hughey Newsome, Project 21 / Move-On-Up & Nate Sweet, Progressive Commentator & Jennifer Kerns, Washington Times / The Blaze joins Thom Hartmann. Americans are on Bernie's side when it comes to the big isses that he supports; 71 percent of Americans support raising the minimum wage, according to Pew. 73 percent of Americans support overturning Citizens United, according to Democracy Corps. Just Over 50 percent of Americans support single payer, according to PCI.

Rumble: Why Obama Really Vetoed Keystone

Hughey Newsome, Project 21 / Move-On-Up & Nate Sweet, Progressive Commentator & Jennifer Kerns, Washington Times / The Blaze joins Thom Hartmann. Republicans are no doubt going to keep fighting for this pipeline, but the only people who are going to benefit from it - in the long run - are Canadian oil execs and the Koch brothers. I thought Republicans were patriots?

Today's Supreme Court Has Turned its Guns On "We the People"

It's becoming increasingly clear that our nation's highest court exists only to protect the interests of the very - very rich.

Green report: Will Arctic oil exploration be restricted?

John Deans, Greenpeace USA joins Thom Hartmann. The Obama administration has come out with new regulations cracking down on oil and gas drilling in the Arctic. But are they enough to protect one of the most fragile ecosystems on the planet?

Why the President Won't Say 'Islamic Extremists'

Rusty Humphries, The Washington Times, joins Thom Hartmann. Conservatives are still slamming President Obama over his refusal to say that ISIS is an "Islamic extremist” group. But shouldn't they stop arguing over semantics - and start protecting America from future terrorist attacks?

Full Show 2/24/2015: Supreme Court of the Rich

The Politics Panel debates Pres. Obama’s Keystone XL pipeline veto, the looming King vs. Burwell supreme court decision, the DHS funding showdown, Bernie Sanders looking towards 2016, and legalized marijuana in Alaska. Hughey Newsome of Project 21 Black Leadership Network, Progressive Commentator Nate Sweet, and Jennifer Kerns, contributor for The Washington Times and The Blaze join Thom on set.

Are Bill O'Reilly's Days Numbered at Fox-So-Called-News?

Jeremy Holden, Media Matters, joins Thom Hartmann. The news keeps getting worse for Bill O’Reilly. What are former CBS journalists saying about Bill-O - and are his days at Fox News numbered?

Is Greece Embracing Radical Reform?

Mark Weisbrot, Center for Economic Policy and Research (CEPR) / Just Foreign Policy joins Thom Hartmann. While the Greek government is trying to lift that nation out of crippling poverty - Republicans here in the US want to repeat Greece's experiment with austerity - but not with the top 10% - only inflicting it on working people and the poor. How can anyone still think that austerity works?

Debunking the Latest Smear Campaign Against Marijuana

Paul Armentano, National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) joins Thom Hartmann. A new study claims that smoking will make you go crazy - as in psychotic crazy. But what does the majority of scientific research say? And could smoking marijuana actually improve your mental health?

Malcolm X Remembered 50 Years Later

Herb Boyd, The Diary of Malcolm X: El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz 1964 / City College of New York joins Thom Hartmann. 50 years ago this past Saturday - El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz - better known to most Americans as Malcom X - was assassinated while giving a speech at the Audubon Ballroom in New York City. He was just just 39 years old and would have been 90 this May 19th. Almost a half century later Malcolm X is still a mystery to many - if not most Americans.

Scientists vs Feminists - The Fight Over Female Viagra

Martha Kempner, RH Reality Check, joins Thom Hartmann. Viagra - it's not just for men anymore. Last Tuesday - a company called Sprout Pharmaceuticals asked the Food and Drug admininstration to approve a drug it says will help the almost 40 percent of American women - according to some studies - who suffer from a low sex drive. This is the third time Sprout has put the drug - which is called flibanserin - before the FDA. And just as has been the case the other two times Sprout has asked the FDA to approved its so-called "little pink pill" - a controversy is brewing. Siding with Sprout - many women's groups have called for a quick approval of the drug for sale - suggesting that if this was something that helped men sexually, it would have been on the market years ago.

The Conservative Attempt to Re-Write Our Progressive History

Conservatives are going absolutely bonkers over the latest AP U.S. history curriculum. But as silly as this controversy looks on the surface - conservatives have every right to be afraid of history class.

Geeky Science - The Dinosaurs Got High!

According to scientists at Oregon State University - a recently-discovered amber fossil preserved ancient grasses - which were covered by fungus that was similar to ergot. That's the same substance that's used to make LSD.

The Good -The Bad - and the Very Very Cuculinely Ugly

The Bad! Rick Lively! The far-right anti-gay activist has a warning for America: if the Supreme Court legalizes same-sex marriage - it will start the apocalypse. Check it out...

Full Show 2/23/2015: Progressives Shaped America, Why Republicans Want to Change History Books

In tonight’s show, Thom talks about how Republicans are trying to bring job crushing austerity to the United States. Mark Weisbrot, President of “Just Foreign Policy” and co-director for the Center for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) talks about the Greeks debt extension with the E.U. and why austerity is the real economic killer.

There's a 1 in 20 Chance of the Apocalypse. Shouldn't We Act Now?

A new study published in Science argues that we as a civilization need to move "rapidly" -- as in almost immediately -- towards a carbon emissions free future if we are to have any chance of holding off runaway global warming:

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