Tonight's 'Lone Liberal Rumble' panel discusses the Obamacare enrollment numbers released today, Sen. Warren's comments on how our too big to fail problem has gotten worse and whether Sen. Reid will actually end the filibuster.
Tonight's "Big Picture Rumble" discusses why the GOP is against children eating, health care for all, equality for all, a women's right to choose, voting rights, science and the separation of church and state.
Tonight's 'Lone Liberal Rumble' panel discusses the GOP's latest war efforts against women, a push in Canada to arrest Dick Cheney for war crimes and how the House is set to pass bills written by Wall Street.
Thom talks with Director Josh Fox and Environmentalist Thomas Linzey on the dangers of fracking, Saturdays Stop Watching Us rally with Civil Rights Attorney Shahid Buttar and toxic chemicals with actress and activist Jennifer Beals.
Tonight's "Lone Liberal Rumble" panel discusses whether Darrell Issa is today's Joseph McCarthy, a new Gallup poll showing overwhelming support to legalize marijuana and whether the $13 Billion fine against JP Morgan Chase is enough.
Tonight's "Big Picture Politics Panel" discusses the messy roll out of Obamacare and who's to blame for it, a new study revealing how the U.S. drone program is violating international law and the GOP's continued civil war.
Thom talks with Progressive Richard Eskow on the IMF’s call for countries to increase taxes on the rich, the latest with the Tea Party fueled government shutdown with former Reagan adviser Bruce Bartlett.
Thom plays hostage negotiator with Conservative David Laska, speaks with United Way’s Steve Taylor on the shutdown’s effect on non-profits and with the Advancement Project’s Katherine Culliton-Gonzalez on Florida’s latest voter suppression efforts.
Thom premieres the climate change documentary, “The Last Hours of Humanity: Warming the World to Extinction” and discusses the lessons from Fukushima with Naoto Kan, the Prime Minister of Japan during the meltdown in 2011.
Thom talks with Common Cause’s Stephen Spaulding on how the Citizen’s United decision helped the Tea Party shut down the government and with Modern Magazine’s Peter Andrey Smith on how global climate change is affecting marine life in our oceans.
Tonight’s “Big Picture Rumble” discusses yesterday’s chaos on Capitol Hill and the killing of an unarmed mother, the latest back and forth over the government shutdown and the implementation of Obamacare.
Thom discusses John Boehner’s government shutdown and the implementation of Obamacare with Attorney and Radio Host Mike Papantonio, and talks with Earth Science Professor Gerald R. Dickens on whether climate change will lead to another mass extinction.
Tonight’s “Big Picture Politics Panel” discusses the real reason why the GOP shut down the government, the upcoming debt ceiling debate and the buried IPCC report detailing humans’ influence on climate change.
Thom talks with Attorney and Radio Host Mike Papantonio on how the left is finally pushing back against Reagan’s failed policies, and with Environmentalist Bill McKibben on 350.org’s latest climate change documentary, “Do the Math.”
Thom talks with Political Consultant Christopher Hahn on why we aren’t regulating guns like we do cars, and with Attorney Shahid Buttar on how Brazil is trying to create an alternative to the American controlled internet.
Thom talks with Center for Constitutional Right’s Michael Ratner on whether Obama has avoided war with Syria and with Food and Water Watch’s Tony Corbo on the return of pink slime in schoolroom cafeterias.
Thom talks with The Guardian’s Nafeez Ahmed and RT’s Sam Sacks on the latest with our potential war with Syria, with Free Press’ Matt Wood on net neutrality and with Teamster’s Tim Beaty on their union’s agreement with a Brazilian union leader.
Tonight’s “Big Picture Rumble” discusses the latest on our seemingly inevitable war with Syria, another push from Texas to secede and North Carolina’s push to make welfare recipients pay for their own drug tests if they’re deemed “suspicious.”
Thom talks about the potential military strike in Syria with Attorney and Radio Host Mike Papantonio, with Demos’ Catherine Ruetschlin on today’s Walmart worker strike and with Libertarian Austin Petersen on San Francisco’s plan to ban big box stores.
Tonight’s special edition of The Big Picture looks at the state of labor in America, with conversations with Teamster’s President James Hoffa, National Education Association President Dennis Van Roekel and many other labor experts and journalists.
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