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Another Super Saturday for Bernie?!?! Season 4, Episode 135 Mar 24, 2016 Free

Tonight's Rumble talks North Carolina's anti-LGBT measures, new details about voting problems in Illinois and Arizona, and whether the National Enquirer story about Ted Cruz's extramarital affairs is true.

Bernie Wins Huge in Idaho & Utah! Season 4, Episode 133 Mar 22, 2016 Subscription

Tonight's Rumble talks Bernie's big wins in last night's western primaries, the GOP extremism following the Brussels terrorist attacks, and Paul Ryan's call for respect amid the divisive GOP primary.

Bernie Down Just 251 Delegates With 28 Races to Go Season 4, Episode 128 Mar 15, 2016 Subscription

In tonight's Daily Take Thom details how the political revolution will live on regardless if Bernie wins the nomination.

Bernie Wins 3 More States Over Weekend Season 4, Episode 121 Mar 6, 2016 Subscription

Tonight's Progressive Roundtable discusses Bernie's three caucus wins over the weekend and yesterday's Democratic debate and how the media is suppressing the vote by including superdelegates in their totals.

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Politics/Winthrop Poll 2010
26:49 — With less than three weeks until Election Day, The Big Picture looks at the results of the newest Winthrop Poll and we look ahead to November 2nd.
Naturalization and Catawba River
26:48 — The Big Picture travels to the Charles Pinckney Historic Site in Mt. Pleasant, SC to cover a U.S. Naturalization Ceremony, where up to 150 people will (more…)
SC Republican Party
26:46 — The Big Picture travels to the first in the nation GOP Presidential debate and the State Republican Convention to talk with the candidates and attenda (more…)
Hollings Library Dedication
26:47 — On July 23rd during a special ceremony at the University of South Carolina, The Ernest F. Hollings Special Collections Library was dedicated. The Big (more…)