A South Carolina lawmaker's holiday card glorifies the state's recently retired Confederate flag.
"Lafayette in the Somewhat United States" author Sarah Vowell details America's history of arguing.
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Author Sarah Vowell puts General Lafayette's role in American history into perspective.
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The panelists examine the ongoing debate over the history and meaning of the Confederate flag.
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Jon suggests a new symbol for the South to use to represent southern pride.
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Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses freedom of symbolic speech and the true nature of hot dogs.
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The panelists examine why the Confederate flag remains a source of pride for many white Southerners.
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"Scandal" star Joe Morton channels Papa Pope for a dramatic takedown of the Confederate flag.
Larry injects some objective truth into the emotional debate over displaying the Confederate flag.
Fox News accuses the left of playing politics in the aftermath of the shooting in Charleston, S.C.
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Jessica Williams gets an assist while explaining why the Confederate flag is offensive.
The panelists weigh in on whether the Charleston church shooting meets the definition of terrorism.
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Jon gives his take on a mass shooting at a predominately African-American church in South Carolina.
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Alabama gets nostalgic about the Confederacy with a holiday honoring Jefferson Davis.
Bryan Stevenson discusses the need for a truth and reconciliation process about race in America.
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Malloy interrupts Woody's Civil War reenactment to warn him that his mother is coming to visit.
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