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1.  The Rights and Wrongs of the Gov’t Spying on EVERYBODY

A little over a week after we found out that the government has been collecting records of virtually every phone call we have been making and monitoring many of our online communications, we will have a discussion between the Bill of Rights Defense Committee’s Michael Figura & University of Chicago Law School Professor Geoffrey Stone about what’s wrong and right about all of this and what we can do about it.
2.  When DREAMers reunite with their families at the border
Yesterday, three DREAMers (Dream Act eligible immigrant youth) reunited with their deported mothers at the US-Mexico border for the first time in years.  Tune in as we talk with United We DREAM’s Evelyn Rivera about her powerful trip and the message she hopes to deliver to our politicians.
3.  A gang truce in EL Salvador holds and what we can learn from it
El Salvador is considered one of the most dangerous countries on the planet.  But a gang truce that was forged several months ago appears to be holding having very real and positive consequences for the country.  Tune in as we talk with Homies Unidos’ Alex Sanchez about why the truce is holding and what we can learn from it.

4.  The Equal Pay Act turns 50. But is there still a wage gap between men and women?
Tune in as we answer this question with the ACLU’s Deborah Vagins & the Heritage Foundations’ Romina Boccia.
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1.  Did Walker win Wisconsin because he had the money or because the Democrats sort of sucked?
Last year, Wisconsin erupted when its controversial Governor tried to take out worker rights such as collective bargaining, occupying the Capital before occupying became a thing.  What happened next was a recall.  But after spending record money in the race, Governor Scott Walker came out victorious.  Is that the only story being told?  Listen to excerpts.
 2.  The Anatomy of a Gang Truce
LA-originated-turned-multinational rival gangs MS-13 and 18th street are often considered among the most “notorious” in the world, especially in their “native” country of El Salvador.  But something else is happening that has the potential to bring peace to streets across Central America and the United States, a historic gang truce.  Listen as we talk about a true attempt at anti-violence and a real road to redemption from El Salvador to LA and then some.  Guests include Alex Sanchez (Homies Unidos),  Luis Rodriguez (Tia Chucha Cultural Center) and Aquil Basheer (Maximum Force).

Plus check out the realest coverage of the Marissa Alexander Case here, here and here and on the Fake Zombie Apocalypse here.