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Crime and Punishment: The Body, Baltimore, and Brownface

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America seems to be steeped in ongoing battles resulting from crimes, perceived crimes, and calls for punishment. Baltimore, for example, is still reeling from Freddie Gray's death. Who's responsible for that death and the rioting that followed? Who's being punished? Mayor Rawlings-Blake just fired the police commissioner, and the police union has also taken action. Where does this lead, and when will it end? Also, forty-two years after Roe v. Wade, the nation continues its fight over abortion, the most recent involving Wisconsin's 20-week abortion ban that has infuriated pro-abortion advocates and sparked protests. What about Paula Deen? What was her crime? Her tweet of a picture of her son as I Love Lucy's Ricky Ricardo wearing what some have called "brownface" has landed her in hot water again. Does she deserve to be punished? We will discuss these issues and more on this week's broadcast.

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