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Coming up today on The Thom Hartmann Program - Your Home for the Resistance:

- How Trump Uses the Facist Playbook...

- Texas Lawmaker Wants Women Jailed for Abortion - Abby Johnson, And Then There Were None (ATTWN)

- Do Dems Oppose Everything Trumpian...or Do They Pick Their Battles? Larry Cohen, Our Revolution/Democracy Initiative

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Ron Phelps 2 years 25 weeks ago

I find that we greatly misuse the term fascist. I found the term created by Herbert Spencer, English philosopher who became a follower of Darwinism. He also coined Libertarian. Following his published books and descriptions, I was able to follow them and find actions employed by notorious fascist practitioners to confirm them. Fascism is an economic system. Libertarianism is a social governing system. I believe we all have these attributes by varying degrees. But most people dismiss following the urges and act on them having learned to maintain a moral compass.

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Wuertz1 2 years 25 weeks ago

Fascism | Definition of Fascism by Merriam-Webster

Definition of fascism for Students. : a political system headed by a dictator in which the government controls business and labor and opposition is not permitted.

Proud Progressive 2 years 25 weeks ago


Listened to your show today, but wasn't able to call in.

If people are looking for a group to join, they can go to Indivisible is forming local groups and they are working in conjunction with and Working Families party on organizing and campaigns like #ResistTrumpTuesdays. These were the activists who showed up last Tuesday at 100 Senators' offices around the country to demonstrate against Trump's swamp cabinet.

Please spread the word about this on your program! Thank you!

Carl Oberlin 2 years 25 weeks ago

What were the books on fascism that Thom referenced early in the Thursday show? Thanks

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leking 2 years 21 weeks ago

women jailed for abortion, funny, isn't it??but what then about men, for example those who made the woman make this choice or just played with her and when she told 'I'm pregnant' they left because that's none of their business or those raped the woman??should those take the responsibility (well, of course, the latter will if they are caught)..still look like those pushing this one through just blame the woman but in fact she was not theo nly one making the baby and making the choice..looks like those politicins or whomever they are never tried to paid a mistress off so that she could take care of the unwanted child..besides based on stats collected by essay expert case study writers 47% say abortion is morally wrong while 43% say it is morally acceptable, 9% think it depends on situation and 2% have no opinion..basically if the government passes through a law about being jailed for abortion they won't be taking what those 43% think on the issue..basically this is a controversial issue and no one should force their ideas on others

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