You would think that MSNBC hosts might not want to invite Bill Press on their shows to talk about supposedly inflammatory conservative rhetoric, given Press’s track record of vile left-wing bile. But on Thursday, host Al Sharpton once...Show More Summary
MSNBC's Al Sharpton was joined Wednesday by Joan Walsh and Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton in piling on Congressman Darrell Issa for making the day's big IRS hearing into a "show."
The NFL and the N Word by Mike Peters OF RELATED INTEREST: –Ron Cook: NFL wants to stop use of offensive word in locker room, sports culture –Time to silence the N-word forever –Rev. Al Sharpton Praises NFL’s N-Word Penalty But Urges League to ‘Go Further’ –Greeson: NFL’s N-word concern pure or PC PR? Mike [...]
Last night on Al Sharpton's MSNBC show, Bonnie Watson Coleman suggested Chris Christie should consider resigning, which gave Republicans a day of predictable partisan outrage. Tonight, this: Just confirmed that NJ Assemblywoman Bonnie Watson Coleman has asked to be removed from the special committee investigating GWB closures... Show More Summary
Al Sharpton responded last night to President Obama’s shout-out to him and Bill O’Reilly during the “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative speech held yesterday at the White House. “Yes, Bill O’Reilly and I have differences…and we will continue...Show More Summary
All In with Chris Hayes was the most-watched show across MSNBC's prime time schedule in the 25-54 demo Wednesday night with 211K viewers. Hardball with Chris Matthews was a close second with 209K and PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton was third with 198K. Perennial frontrunner The Rachel Maddow Show was fourth with 195K.
At his “My Brother’s Keepers” initiative speech this afternoon, President Obama slipped in a shoutout to Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly and Al Sharpton as symbolism for putting differences aside to get things done. Presenting his plan to help...Show More Summary
Today President Obama announced a My Brother's Keeper initiative to help young men of color, and present at the announcement were both Al Sharpton and Bill O'Reilly. This odd coupling did not go unnoticed by the president in his remarks today.
Glenn Beck mocked Al Sharpton Thursday for the latter's teleprompter reading, asking sardonically if the MSNBC host is a "parrot" or a "moron."
The Onion has a shocking report about the Reverend Al Sharpton.
Fox News anchor Gregg Jarrett doubled down on his thoughts of CNN's Don Lemon. On Sunday the two had a war of "tweets" over Lemon's live impassioned delivery of the news after receiving the verdict in Michael Dunn "loud music" murder trial. Jarrett called Lemon a "pompous, pretentious jerk" to which Lemon replied, "mind your business old man."
Fox News anchor Gregg Jarrett went after CNN's Don Lemon on Saturday over his commentary on the Michael Dunn case, and he doubled down Monday, both on Fox News and Fox News radio, calling Lemon "the Al Sharpton of CNN."
It’s not racist because the victim was white and the attackers were black, so, yeah: Weasel Zippers points out: Reverse this situation and you’d have endless marches by Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson demanding “justice.” Now considerShow More Summary
There were a handful of TVNewsers in attendance at last night’s White House State Dinner in honor of French president François Hollande: according to the official guest list, CNN president Jeff Zucker, MSNBC host Al Sharpton, Bloomberg...Show More Summary
Every Obama fan wanted on the guest list of the state dinner for French president Francois Hollande. So it was an extra-special favor for media figures to get the invite. On the president’s very exclusive guest list Tuesday night: Rev. Al Sh...
Every Obama fan wanted on the guest list of the state dinner for French president Francois Hollande. So it was an extra-special favor for media figures to get the invite. On the president’s very exclusive guest list Tuesday night: Rev. Show More Summary
The latest MSNBC ad dropped the "lean forward" catch phrase, but still campaigns for nearly every possible liberal cause. In a commercial that began airing this week, Al Sharpton narrated a social network-themed appeal. Sharpton's demanded, "Text. Tweet. Update. Find... -
From the February 6 edition of MSNBC's PoliticsNation: Previously: Fox Freaks Out Over CVS Ending Sales Of Tobacco