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Having Their Say In The 'Shop

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Having Their Say In The 'Shop

Having Their Say In The 'Shop

Having Their Say In The 'Shop

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The guys in the Barbershop sift this week's presidential debate that took place at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. And the candidates aren't the only ones to come under fire.

In the shop: Jimi Izrael, a freelance writer who blogs for TVOneOnline and The Root.com; Ruben Navarette, who writes for The San Diego Union-Tribune and CNN.com; Arsalan Iftikhar, founder of TheMuslimGuy.com and a civil rights attorney; and Lester Spence, Ph.D., an assistant professor of political science at Johns Hopkins University.

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