WED, August 3rd @ 7pm EST

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Last week, Pro football players and team owners ended a lockout that began in March and ensured the season would smoothly again.   In the middle of the longest lockout in Football history, alot of fans and former fans alike reiterated the same gripe about the lockout.


During a recession, that question seems even more significant.  But join as as we speak with sports commentator Dave Zirin and former pro player Bill Romanowski as we talk about the stuff pro players should complain about and what the end of the lockout means for the rest of us looking for new work better work or just regular work.


The Latino vote was a crucial factor in Obama’s 2008 victory.  However, even though the majority of Latino voters still approve of his job as President, his approval ratings keep dropping.  Just last week, Obama’s speech in front of the influential members of the National Council of La Raza was interrupted by frustrated chants of “Yes You Can.”  The reason for the chants, and the frustration, is tied in part to the Federal governments inability to fix an immigration system that all sides say is broken.  We’ll talk with one of the frustrated chanters and friend of the show Felipe Matos and Antonio Gonzalez, President of the Southwest Voter Registration Education Project and the William C. Velasquez Institute.  Will Latinos bail on Obama in 2012 or is Obama bailing on Latinos now?  Well, let’s talk about it!

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WED, August 3rd @ 7pm EST
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