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Radio Free Indiana: Election Analysis & Interview with Gini Sikes

November 3, 2010

Matt Parrott covers the latest news, analyzes last night’s election results, and interviews Gini Sikes, a reporter who infiltrated our CofCC conference and gave Essence Magazine “A Look Inside Hateful Right-Wing Fringe Groups”.

We discuss…

  • Her research on “girl gangs”
  • Her experience with the CofCC
  • Diversity in America
  • What the future holds for White Americans

About Gini Sikes: Ms. Sikes is a former senior writer for Mademoiselle, has been published in the New York Times and the Washington Post, and has produced multiple documentaries, including “Jesus Politics”. She is the author of “8 Ball Chicks”, a chronicle of her year of experience infiltrating girl gangs.

12 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 53 min.

Contact Matt:
hoosierccc@gmail.com

Comments

3 Responses to “Radio Free Indiana: Election Analysis & Interview with Gini Sikes”

  1. A German on November 4th, 2010 11:12 pm
  2. gcawthorn on November 5th, 2010 3:28 pm

    Although I live many miles away from the Hoosier Nation, I am enjoying this show. It is a welcome addition to the VoR family.

    Well done to Matt Parrott for keeping his cool when talking to Gini Sikes – and credit is due also to Ms Sikes for taking part in the show.

    I’d like to hope that she went away from her conversation with this gentleman a little bit better informed than she was when she wrote her article.

  3. A German on November 8th, 2010 6:10 am

    This is really a strange interview.
    One does not know why it is on VOR nor how to handle it.

    On one side Sikes is a typical liberal, “I wouldn’t want black country clubs but…”, i.e. she ignores the rest of the reverse racism and favoritism of non-whites and the whole anti-white agenda.

    On the other side she’s an atypical liberal, because at least she talks to and with the right, without insulting and smearing them at first side, like it is usual with liberals.

    So this interview is very ambivalent.
    And one puzzles about it’s true value for VOR.
    It only showed that the host is a gentleman and knows to rule his manners and that he knows how to be fair and balanced on his show.

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