Thom HartmannThom Hartmann is a three-time Project Censored Award-Winning New York Times bestselling author and former psychotherapist. He studies the history and analysis of the US Constitution, electronic voting fraud and environmental issues such as global warming, and ADD and ADHD.
Stephanie MillerBuffalo-native Miller wanted to be Carol Burnett as a child, but landed a stint on "Hot 97" in her hometown and now her fresh voice and political satire have led her to appear on Good Morning America, The Today Show, the Tonight Show, Larry King Live, The O'Reilly Factor, and many others.
Ari Rabin-Havt is host of The Agenda, a national morning radio program on SiriusXM Progress 127. He is also formally Executive Vice President of Media Matters for America and was on the faculty of the George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management. He is the author of the forthcoming book, “Lies Incorporated: The World of Post Truth Politics” which will be published in March 2016 and has served as an adviser to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Al Gore and John Kerry's presidential campaign.
Michelangelo SignorileMichelangelo Signorile is Editor-at-large of Huffington Post Gay Voices. He is an author, journalist and commentator, and the host of "The Michelangelo Signorile Show." Signorile has been profiled by CBS' "60 Minutes," and has appeared on "Today," "Good Morning America" and other shows. He has also appeared in many film and television documentaries, including Academy Award-nominated director Kirby Dick's 2009 documentary, "Outrage" which profiled his work.
Mark Thompson was honored at the 104th Annual NAACP Convention in July 2013 “for 25 years of crusading journalism and outstanding leadership in furthering the work of civil and human rights.” He has organized and emceed most of the national civil and human rights events and demonstrations over the past two decades, and brought exclusive political coverage to his audience from an activist point of view. As an anti-apartheid activist, he received the name, "Matsimela Mapfumo," when he broadcast from South Africa's first democratic elections in 1994. The newsmakers, politicos, celebrities and athletes of the hour alike are most likely to be found on MIP.
What You'll Hear
Progressive talk with Michelangelo Signorile, Mark Thompson, and Ari Rabin-Havt.