The Free Beacon cited an appearance by a Clinton campaign official on MSNBC: “Hillary Clinton campaign spokesperson Karen Finney told MSNBC’s Al Sharpton Tuesday that Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) could win Iowa and New Hampshire in the Democrat primaries.” ““There’s certainly no surprise that it’s become more competitive and we always thought it was going to be […]
It’s amazing to be writing this. Kyle Busch seems self-actualized. He is fulfilling his potential. His head is on straight. Given past escapades, it’s akin to the Tea Party embracing Al Sharpton. Or vice-versa. The story now is, what...Show More Summary
Al Sharpton has an hour every night on MSNBC to blast away at whoever he wants -- usually anyone who dares question the Obama administration. He has a media megaphone. NewsBusters would enjoy a nightly show on cable news to question the "objective" media. But Al Sharpton wants to start criticizing the liberal media which has been so willing to promote him over the years?
The mother of Sandra Bland told the Rev. Al Sharpton, in an exclusive interview with MSNBC's PoliticsNation, that she doesn't believe the current investigation into her daughter's death will lead to the truth. For those answers, she is looking to God.
He's made plenty of headlines — and now the Rev. Al Sharpton is starting a blog of his own.
Al Sharpton's National Action Network announced Thursday that they would be launching a new blog with a focus on media criticism called "The Shift Daily."
Al Sharpton's got his panties in a wad.
Al Sharpton may have a lot of lunatic ramblings, but his latest one might just take the cake. He’s decided that his race-baiting agenda is missing something, and apparently, that
(Tom Toles via GoComics.com). Jonathan Capehart, in the Washington Post, interviews Al Sharpton on Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. The result is… multifaceted: … I asked Sharpton for his view of what’s going on with The Donald and why he’s doing what he’s doing at a meeting with editors and reporters at The Post this [Read more...]
Al Sharpton thinks that Donald Trump is in way over his head, and gave Trump some advice today that he got from James Brown.
MSNBC host and longtime civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton slammed Donald Trump’s nascent presidential campaign in an interview with the Washington Post‘s Jonathan Capehart. In the piece — published Tuesday under the headline “What Al Sharpton learned from James Brown...
The Rev. Al Sharpton perfectly assessed the character of Donald Trump’s death-defying campaign for the Republican presidential nomination. “What plays at Lincoln Center don’t play at the Apollo,” Sharpton said about Trump. “And I think that he is an Apollo act in Lincoln Center.” I asked Sharpton for his view of what’s going on with […]
On July 11 two white men, one a US Army veteran, were attacked by a large group of black teens in a Walmart parking lot in Rhode Island. Both whites
(Steven Hayward) What’s the only thing that could make the Democratic field more pathetic (and ancient) that it already is? I mean besides Al Sharpton running? How about Al Gore, a relatively youthful 67? The good folks at Salon.comShow More Summary
Janet Jackson’s “No Sleeep” was the most hyped-up single by an artist in recent memory. However, the song has also become one of the biggest yawners in recent memory as it has only charted at No. 67 on Billboard‘s Hot 100 before completely falling off the chart. Show More Summary
And the final tally in that fight is: Kid Rock 1, Fascist Left-Wingers (Al Sharpton’s National Action Network) Zip, Zero, Nada, Bupkis It’s also Fascists ZERO, American People 1! If you missed it, here’s the big flap. Apparently KidShow More Summary
The National Action Network says "the best resolution is for GM to pull their sponsorship" of the Detroit rocker.
Even though Eric Garner's family received a settlement from New York City as compensation for his death, the Garners and Al Sharpton agree that money is not the same thing as justice.
Getting Al Sharpton to annoy the mayor into submission on your behalf? Now you're getting the hang of it, Uber.
David Plouffe, a former Obama administration official who is now an Uber exec, met with Sharpton on Monday to try to persuade him to oppose a city plan to put the brakes on Uber expansion.