Roundtable: 'New Yorker' Satirizes Obama

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Today on our bloggers' roundtable: A magazine cover depicting Barack Obama causes controversy; black residents in an Ohio town finally get running water; and a racially charged comic is pulled from Wal-Mart's shelves.

Joining the discussion are K. Tempest Bradford, who blogs at; Eric Brown, who blogs for; and Anthony Bradley, who blogs for the Acton Institute.



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