NEW YORK — Stunned relatives of an unarmed man killed by a rookie police officer in a dark public housing stairwell looked on as the Rev. Al Sharpton and public officials demanded a full investigation Saturday into what law enforcement...Show More Summary
(Reuters) – Civil rights activist Reverend Al Sharpton on Saturday called for an investigation into the shooting death of an unarmed man by a New York police officer inside a dark stairwell at a Brooklyn housing project. New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton said the Thursday...
Politics is weird. It has a strange way of turning seemingly stodgy, well-heeled people into screaming lunatics, and even transforming said lunatics into intimate bedfellows, sidling up to the very ideological opponents thought to be their sworn enemies. Show More Summary
Fox's Eric Bolling went after Al Sharpton today for his tax issues that have somehow not stopped his White House invitations. Juan Williams agreed and went so far as to say it's "insulting to black people" for the White House to be elevating Sharpton like that.
WHO among you is surprised at the fact that when a NY Times reporter publicly challenged Al Shaprton after her paper ran the story about his unpaid taxes he TURNED THE TABLES and dropped the names "Obama and De Blasio" as the REAL motivation...Show More Summary
One of the great things about being a liberal is that you can do whatever you want and never get called out on it — or at least, that’s supposed
Al Sharpton’s National Action Network held a press conference this afternoon in St. Louis to announce their plans following the St. Louis County grand jury decision on the Michael Brown case. The National Action Network “Disciples of justice” say they … Continue reading ?
Immunity from “the sorts of obligation most people see as inevitable, like taxes, rent, and other bills”
Hey, if the president's "adviser" on Ferguson can do it, why not you? The Rev. Al Sharpton on Wednesday sharply criticized a New York Times article that explored his history of unpaid taxes, rent and other bills, calling the report “misleading...Show More Summary
London's Mayor Doesn't Want To Pay U.S. Taxes But Remains a U.S. Citizen. Will the IRS pursue him or Just lien him like Al Sharpton?
Hours before Barack Obama makes his executive amnesty announcement on Thursday, Al Sharpton praised the President for starting to "undo those locks" and opening "America up for everyone." Sharpton, speaking at the National Press Club...Show More Summary
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky), who is likely running for president in 2016, had a meeting with the Rev. Al Sharpton in Washington, D.C. Thursday morning. Both men characterized the conversation as an attempt to foster dialoque across party lines. Show More Summary
Who is lying about $4.5 million in unpaid income taxes: Rev. Al Sharpton or the New York Times? The controversy began when Times published a story on Wednesday about Al Sharpton’s rise to success—and his rising tax debt. “Obscured in his ascent, however, is his troubling financial past, which continues to shadow his present. Show More Summary
I suspect Al Sharpton’s legion of detractors are in for another disappointment. It is beyond question that Sharpton’s finances — especially the $4.5 million in state and federal tax liens — have long been an unholy, unforgivable mess,...Show More Summary
Al Sharpton agrees with charges that his nonprofit, the National Action Network, owes outstanding taxes to the IRS and the State of New York. He also agrees that he owes personal taxes to the IRS and the State of New York. He doesn't,...Show More Summary
Every time there's a Sean Bell or a Ferguson or a Trayvon Martin, we go through my taxes.
Al Sharpton owes $4.5 million in back taxes, and he’s speaking out about the apparent misunderstanding that he still owes that amount of money. According to CNN, Sharpton and his companies got in trouble for owing $4.5 million in current state and federal tax liens a few years ago. Show More Summary
Sharpton spoke at robber Mike Brown’s funeral. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network released its list of national protest sites across the US following the St. Louis County grand jury decision on the Mike Brown case is announced. The New York … Continue reading ?
The hosts of Fox News' The Five today took on Al Sharpton's tax issues and connected them to President Obama, with Kimberly Guilfoyle saying Sharpton's tax-dodging "is bad for the president."
The New York Times reports MSNBC’s “Politics Nation” host Al Sharpton has criticized a Times report asserting Sharpton has $4.5 million in state and federal tax liens outstanding against him and the for-profit business he controls. “It just is not true,” Sharpton said during a news conference Wednesday in Harlem. Show More Summary