Earlier this month a video went viral of members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter at Oklahoma University proudly chanting about hanging black students from a tree and keeping blacks out of their fraternity. Now one of the leaders of this racist chant has stepped up to apologize. There is something very odd about this whole thing. Watch and see what I mean.
We can all have our opinions about the Ferguson decision. But now let's hear from the the two people this incident affects the most; Officer Darren Wilson who say's he wouldn't change a thing and Michael Brown's mother who cries "They Don't Care!".
Today's talk of the town is about Chad Ochocinco, who got sentenced to 30 days in jail, rather than community service, for violating probation. Who was in the wrong here -- Ochocinco or the judge? What do you think?
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