Desi Lydic rates the truthfulness of statements made during a Republican presidential debate.
Ricky Velez immerses himself in the wild and occasionally racist world of professional wrestling.
The panelists examine the political fortunes of charisma-challenged presidential hopeful Ben Carson.
Rand Paul gets advice on how to trade insults with fellow presidential hopeful Donald Trump.
The panelists discuss a persecution complex suffered by members of the wealthiest one percent.
Larry provides retroactive coverage of Abraham Lincoln's presidential debates against pro-slavery candidate Stephen Douglas.
Playmobil's pirate toy set sparks outrage for including a dark-skinned slave figurine.
A former slave becomes a U.S. Marshal shortly after the end of the Civil War.
Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses the cultural and historical roots of mass incarceration in the U.S.
Roni Dean-Burren talks about protesting McGraw-Hill's textbooks for calling slaves "workers."
The panelists react to Donald Trump's simplistic tax plan by offering alternatives of their own.
Two ambitious astronauts discuss their plan to bring America's most infamous institution to Mars.
The panelists address the implications of Jeb Bush's remarks about "free stuff" for black voters.
Jeb Bush argues that Democrats appeal to black voters by offering "free stuff."
Harriet Tubman spies for the Union during the Civil War.
Despite its long duration, the second GOP presidential debate fails to include a discussion of race.
The panelists discuss the different political personas of Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.
Larry poses hypothetical questions about a glitchy time machine and an embarrassing sight gag.
The panelists weigh in on a conservative group's attempt to make U.S history courses more patriotic.
The panelists consider the appropriateness of having a wedding at a Southern plantation house.