Carmen and Baratunde discuss discuss the Jena Six case, the recent congressional hearings on hip hop, and Bill O’Reilly’s recent revelations that black people are indeed, normal human beings.
This episode features the song “Mask and the Assassin” from DJ Muggs formerly of Cypress Hill, courtesy of Spectre Entertainment.
Carmen is joined by Baratunde Thurston. Baratunde is a comedian, author and vigilante pundit. He’s been nominated for the Bill Hicks Award for Thought Provoking Comedy, and blogs in several places including the Huffington Post, Jack & Jill Politics and his own baratunde.com. He hates when white people touch his hair.
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