Al Sharpton has spent much of his week working on rallies about race in America, and began his program yesterday talking about race within the Republican Party with two fellow MSNBC hosts, Chris Hayes and Melissa Harris-Perry. The segment has a little bit of everything you'd expect in the quintessential MSNBC panel-- talk the use of race on the American right to divide the country, the increasing number of white "militias," and, most comically, Hayes' assertion that Rush Limbaugh's attacks on President Obama's black bona fides are, in fact, "impotent.
In a recent interview with Talking Points Memo, host of MSNBC’s weekend program Up, Chris Hayes, was asked if he thinks there is any symmetry between his cable news network and that of their closest competitor, Fox News Channel. Not... Read Post
On Friday, April 12, I appeared on MSNBC’s All In with host Chris Hayes, Atlantic columnist Ta-Nehesi Coates and commentator Melissa Harris-Perry to talk about the controversial appearance by Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) at Howard Un... Read Post