The panelists debate whether a Georgia teacher's remarks about President Obama qualify as racist.
A Georgia middle school teacher's racially tinged comments about President Obama outrage parents.
A Georgia high school principal lashes out at black people during a chaotic graduation ceremony.
The panelists discuss a principal's bigoted remark and her insistence that the devil made her do it.
Marriage equality is spreading across America, but a few states strive to keep homophobia alive.
Tags: lgbt, legalization, civil rights, laws, government, georgia, business, discrimination, religion, christian, marriage, work/office, terminations and resignations, arkansas, oklahoma, texas, anniversaries, food, divorce, audience interaction, men/women, poop & pee, walmart, marriage equality
Stephen revisits Georgia Rep. Jack Kingston, the first member of Congress he got to better-know.
Tags: better know a district, jack kingston, appearances, georgia, congress, republicans, stds, dating, history, laws, songs, elections, campaigns, senate, taxes, on location, washington, d.c., nancy pelosi, cycling, bikes, stunts, montages
Cosmopolitan covers the midterm elections, and Republican Jody Hice misquotes the founding fathers.
Tags: midterm elections, elections, campaigns, candidates, voting, democrats, men/women, cosmopolitan magazine, georgia, christian, conservatives, buzzfeed, internet, history, founding fathers, steve carell, sex, under the desk
Conservative leaders address an NRA forum, and Georgia passes a controversial concealed-carry bill.
Gitmo inmates read "Fifty Shades of Grey," and bears become godless twerking machines.
Dawn Porter addresses major shortcomings in the American criminal justice system.
Colbert Nation gains congressional representative identification technology.
Tags: better know a district, georgia, nancy pelosi, fundraising, accountability, business, money, laws, john lewis, internet, mail/e-mail, colbert nation, challenges, martin luther king jr., coca-cola, technology, atlanta, epidemics, huffington post
Al Madrigal investigates the off-the-charts enthusiasm of Mitt Romney's biggest fan.
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