Roundtable: Fairness Doctrine Going Too Far? Some lawmakers on Capitol Hill are trying to reinstate the "fairness doctrine," which requires broadcasters to offer equal time to both sides of an issue. Plus, Ralph Nader says Barack Obama is using "white guilt" to get votes. Those topics are up for debate on today's bloggers' roundtable.

Roundtable: Fairness Doctrine Going Too Far?

Roundtable: Fairness Doctrine Going Too Far?

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Some lawmakers on Capitol Hill are trying to reinstate the "fairness doctrine," which requires broadcasters to offer equal time to both sides of an issue. Plus, Ralph Nader says Barack Obama is using "white guilt" to get votes.

On today's bloggers' roundtable, Farai Chideya talks with Shay Riley of Booker Rising, Arlene Fenton of Black Women Vote and Shawn Williams of Dallas South.