Thom talks with Julian Assange’s attorney Michael Ratner on the latest with Edward Snowden and with a panel on the Supreme Court’s decision on the voting rights act.
Abby Martin Breaks the Set on Brazil's Uprising, Post Revolution Libya, Julian Assange's Year in Asylum, Syria's "Rebels", and Remembering Michael Hastings.
Abby Martin Breaks the Set on Drone Operators as Murderers, NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden, and a Hit Piece Against Julian Assange.
Guest host Sam Sacks fills in for Thom Hartmann and discusses Julian Assange's call on the U.S.
Guest host Sam Sacks fills in for Thom Hartmann and discusses Ecuador's granting of asylum to Julian Assange, the GOP's attack against the 17th amendment and DEVO's new song about Romney's dog Seamus.
Thursday: The House voted to censure Charlie Rangel after being found guilty of 11 ethics violations; Then, Sweden's high court turned down Wikileaks' founder Julian Assange's appeal; Also, The House of Representatives voted to extend the Bush-era tax cuts for families making $250,000 or less.
Saturday: Senate Republicans blocked another attempt by Democrats to let the Bush-era tax cuts expire for high earners; Also, governments across the world are coming after Julian Assange and WikiLeaks; And, a pet store owner decides to end sales of pure-breds and set-up an adoption facility.
Friday: Katie Couric interviews WikiLeaks found Julian Assange about his life and his website; Then, never before have people been able to search for knowledge in the way Google has now made possible; Also, Matt Hoffman sacrificed the end of his junior year season playing football to donate his bone stem cells to save the life of a cancer patient.
Saturday: We go in depth on the Tuscon, Ariz. shooting that has left at least six dead and 10 injured, including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords; Also, a federal court is ordering Twitter to turn over information involving Julian Assange and alleged supporters; And, another dose of chilling winter weather took its toll on the Northeast.
Tuesday: Temperatures plunge across much of the Southeast, with record-lows in some states; Also, a British judge grants Julian Assange bail, but the WikiLeaks founder will remain in prison for now; Plus, the image of marriage amongst baby bombers.
Julian Assange interviews the leader of the Malaysian opposition, Anwar Ibrahim.
Julian Assange interviews Cypherpunks: virtuoso activists who make codes and shake public policy. This is the movement that spawned WikiLeaks.
Julian Assange interviews activists from Occupy New York and Occupy London movements.
Julian Assange interviews a former Al-Qaeda suspect Moazzam Begg and a lawyer Asim Qureshi.
Julian Assange interviews writer and activist Alaa Abd El-Fattah and the Director of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights Nabeel Rajab.
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