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To Use Or Lose The Term 'Illegal Immigrant'

Guest host Celeste Headlee and the Barbershop guys talk about a plea to the media to stop using the term "illegal immigrant." One undocumented activist says it unfairly criminalizes people. The guys also weigh in on the end of the NFL referee lockout.

To Use Or Lose The Term 'Illegal Immigrant'

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Why Lupe Fiasco 'Can't Pledge Allegiance' To The Flag

The Chicago-born musician is stirring some controversy, just as he releases his fourth album. He discusses his album and his views on rap music, politics, patriotism and voter participation with Tell Me More guest host Celeste Headlee.

Why Lupe Fiasco 'Can't Pledge Allegiance' To The Flag

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Should NFL Replacement Refs Catch A Break?

Host Michel Martin and the Barbershop roundtable guys talk about Univision's "Meet the Candidates" events. They also weigh in on the NFL replacement referees, and whether the refs are as bad as some critics claim or if spectators should cut them a break.

Should NFL Replacement Refs Catch A Break?

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