Family!  If you missed the show, our blog will be up soon but if you missed the show, download it  here , or press play below…

1.  Are Casinos a Good or Bad Bet for Miami?  Listen to entrepreneur Norman Braman,  Dr. Gregory Bush (Prof. at University of Miami and blog Common Sense Miami), Oliver Gilbert III (Councilman of Miami Gardens and Member of Miami Dade Black Caucus), Mayor Cindy Lerner (Pinecrest) Prof. Robert Jarvis (Nova School of Law), Barry Johnson (Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce),  and make your decision.  Click here to download or press play below.

2. Should Corporations pay more for lobbyists than they do in taxes?  Listen to Tam Doan from the Public Campaign talk about their report as mentioned by Senate Candidate Elizabeth Warren on the Daily Show two nights ago.  Click here or press play below

3.  Finally listen to Lynn Purvis of Occupy Palm Beach give an update on the GAIM conference and Jeff Weinberger of Occupy Fort Lauderdale update us about their anti-foreclosure work.  Click here or press play below.

Don’t forget to check back next Wednesday at 7pm to listen to our show!

January 25 @ 7pm EST

1.  Are casinos a bad bet for Miami?
Right now, there is a proposal in Florida’s state legislature to essentially turn Miami into Las Vegas on steroids.  Florida and Miami are barely recovering from one of the worst economic crises we have ever had.  Many people feel like we need something to boost the economy.  Others think that to do so is to invite each and every one of the deadly sins into our community.  What do you think?  Join us as we talk to people that are for, against, and in the middle of the great debate to bring destination gambling to the Magic City.

2.  Should corporations pay more to lobbyists than they pay in taxes?
Last night, Daily Show guest Elizabeth Warren mentioned a study that shows that some of the biggest corporations pay more to lobbyists that to the IRS.  Some of those corporations even received bail-out money from the government!  We’ll talk to the organization that wrote the report, the Public Campaign, on our show tonight.


Plus you can check out our last show here.