Takeouts: Pentagon Investigating 'Don't Ask Don't Tell,' Super Bowl Profiles, Listeners on Helping Unemployed Friends

Wednesday, February 03, 2010

  • CONGRESS TAKEOUT: Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich joins us with details of yesterday’s Senate Armed Forces Hearing which sent shockwaves through Capitol Hill after top ranking military members expressed their desire to see the repeal of the ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’ law.
  • SPORTS TAKEOUT: Ibrahim Abdul Matin counts down to the Super Bowl and talks about players and coaches that you might not know much about, like Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator Larry Coyer.
  • LISTENERS TAKEOUT: Listeners tell us how they help their friends who are unemployed and give us their picks for what television shows need to call it quits.


Ibrahim Abdul-Matin and Todd Zwillich

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