The US is in crisis this week. The mass murder of black Christians in Charleston, South Carolina, may yet trigger cataclysmic events and if they don't, it can only be a matter of time. Seldom does a week go by when a black man is not murdered or grievously assaulted by a white police officer, usually cleared of any blame by an all-white tribunal. Against this backdrop, meanwhile, the next generation of US leaders is beginning to take form, though whether Mrs Hillary Clinton can accurately be described as a new generation for the Democratic Party at the age of 67 is debatable. And what do you know, there’s Jeb Bush, son of one President Bush and brother of another – this is a real Republican Dynasty. Joining us this week to discuss the American imbroglio is RT's own Stacy Herbert.