He seems to think he's on his way out....
More changes at Jeff Zucker’s CNN. Long time contributor Roland Martin confirmed via Twitter today that April 6 will be his last day at the news network. The departure doesn’t come as a great surprise as Martin had been seen less and less on CNN since last year’s Presidential election. MORE
CNN contributor Roland Martin, who was suspended last year over a series of homophobic tweets during the Super Bowl, one in which he mocked men who wear pink, and another in which he advocated violence toward men attracted to men...
CNN contributor Roland Martin announced via Twitter this afternoon that beginning April 6 he will no longer be appearing on the network.
Telling his Twitter followers that the "new boss wants his own peeps," today Roland Martin revealed that he will leave CNN on April 6th. Last year Martin was suspended by CNN after tweeting, "If a dude at your Super Bowl party is hyped...Show More Summary
On his verified Twitter account, CNN contributor Roland Martin seems to be telling some of his followers that as of April 6, he will no longer be with the network. When asked by one of his Twitter followers why he was leaving, Martin...Show More Summary
Joe Madison - "Black Republicans have failed to speak out against the Hannity's, the Limbaugh's, the Beck's who have pimped the Republican Party. They represent the new 'James Crow' and they UPSET A LOT OF BLACK FOLKS" Black Republican...Show More Summary
'People appreciate me for being unapologetically black, unapologetically truthful and unapologetically Christian.'
CNN hosted an on-air panel yesterday looking at the gay-rights movement and the fight for same-sex marriage. We started getting a headache the minute we heard the question put to gay African-American commentator LZ Granderson by CNN anchor Carol Costello: “Are gay rights the same as civil rights?” Oh Carol. Carol, Carol, Carol. There’s no [...]
Popular journalist and columnist Roland Martin encouraged Christian athletes to "keep shining" despite criticisms of their public gestures of faith, naming Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis as an example.
"Concern trolling" isn't quite right, as I actually am concerned and not just pretending. Still, I used concern-troll tactics. I thought it was kind of funny. So if you like, here's my concern trolling of Roland Martin....
Following the bombshell day on Tuesday, more rumors, news and opinions continue to trickle in regarding CNN. FishbowlDC reports that the network will be pruning more political contributors from its lineup, naming Roland Martin and Donna Brazile as likely candidates: Should the calls come down, Brazile likely wouldn’t be too shell-shocked. Show More Summary
As @johnekdahl noted earlier, Bart Feder now says he didn't mean too ethnic when he said too ethnic. To clarify, Feder?s issue with ?Starting Point? was that the audience was too small and happened to be predominately African American. A...
Dear TNR, You may use this photographic proof in your magazine if you pay a license (to be negotiated later) to the photographer, Uncle Jefe. Roland Martin, obese of thought as well as of body, says that it's anti-American...
If Republicans want to successfully win minority voters, it would behoove them to attend events frequented by black and female voters, among other things, Roland Martin writes at his eponymous blog. For more than a year I've tried to...Show More Summary
Ed Roland (center) with the guys in the Sweet Tea Project (from left) - Brian Bisky, Christopher Alan Yates, Tomi Martin and Mike Rizzi. Photo: Courtesy Ed Roland has played stadiums and arenas. Theaters and clubs. He’s also played on...Show More Summary
GOP Consultant and funnyman Roger Stone has taken quite a disliking to CNN and “Washington Watch’s” Roland Martin as of late. Maybe a beer and muffin summit could bring these two together? Then again, might be rough to walk back calling...Show More Summary
CNN's Ashleigh Banfield and Roland Martin pile on. Here's Grothman's press release — PDF. I had to wonder why a state senator was attacking a holiday that some people like to celebrate. What business is it of his? He talks about theShow More Summary
Glenn Grothman, a state senator in Wisconsin has a problem with Kwanzaa. He wants it wiped out and doesn’t want it being shared in...
Wisconsin state senator Glenn Grothman raised many eyebrows on Monday when he released a statement railing against Kwanzaa, declaring that "no black people today care" about it, only "white left-wingers." Grothman attempted to explain...Show More Summary