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The Hardball Roundtable discusses Jon Stewart’s final episode of “The Daily Show” and the impact he has made on political humor. American Urban Radio Networks April Ryan, USA Today’s Paul Singer and The New York Times’ Jeremy Peters make up the Hardball Roundtable.