I will be on the radio this evening at 8:30 pm EST with Sean Yoes, a senior reporter at The Afro American, trying to figure it all out. Yoes is the host of "The WEAA/AFRO First Edition", an hour-long political talk show on Baltimore's NPR affiliate WEAA-FM (88.9 FM), which airs Sunday nights at 8 p.m.
This week we talk about South Carolina, which has been in the news a lot these past few weeks with political stories that are all over the map. We cover everything from the historic candidacy of Tim Scott, who hopes to become the first black Republican member of the House of Representatives from South Carolina, to the divisive and ugly campaign battle Nikki Haley has endured as she seeks to become the state's first Indian American governor, to the bizarre mission of Alvin Greene, who has successfully overcome the first hurdle to becoming a United States Senator - winning the Democratic primary to be on the ballot in the fall - without seeming to do any visible campaigning at all.
You can click this link and push the "Listen Live" button at the top of the page to hear the show. My segment comes on at 8:30pm.
Find out what Sean Yoes and I think tonight on the show.
As always, it was fun. Check it out tonight if you have a chance.