Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein joins Tabetha and Tyrel from RT’s “Watching the Hawks” to talk about her lawsuit against the Commission on Presidential Debates, which is barring her and other third party candidates from the campaign debates.
A Gallup poll shows that only four in 10 Americans still trust the mainstream media as an accurate source of news. Media analyst “Lionel” weighs in on Americans’ view of the media while also claiming that the public lacks curiosity and critical thinking skills.
A study shows that the DuPont chemical plant in West Virginia harmed its residents via the presence of the chemical C8, linked to cancer and high cholesterol. Although residents have reached a settlement with the company, they have not yet received compensation in full. Boom Bust’s Bianca Facchinei has the latest.
Thom Hartmann talks with former U.S. Congressman Bob Ney (R-OH) and now Talk Radio News correspondent about Representative Kevin McCarthy’s stunning admission that the Benghazi Committee’s purpose is to undermine Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Thom Hartmann talks with Ben Cohen & Jerry Greenfield, Co-Founders, Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream (www.benjerry.com/) / Ben is the Head Stamper-Stamp Stampede, Website: www.stampstampede.org, about efforts to get big money out of politics.
We want to create a system that feeds every person, everywhere, every day. It sounds like a dream, but it could be a reality. Especially if we take steps to make agriculture climate-smart — more productive, more resilient and less harmful to the environment. Join Pabsy Pabalan for this fascinating interview with Ethel Sennhauser, Director of Agriculture Global Practice at the World Bank Group, in advance of the World Bank-International Monetary Fund Annual Meetings in Peru.
Welcome to Transition Studies. To prosper for very much longer on the changing Earth humankind will need to move beyond its current fossil-fueled civilization toward one that is sustained on recycled materials and renewable energy. This is not a trivial shift. It will require a major transition in all aspects of our lives.
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