Thank God for Al Sharpton. I'm not a big fan of his. But that doesn't matter. Society needs people like him. Because it's guys like him that reminds us all when businesses make mistakes, particularly when it comes to race. Macy's and Barney's made this mistake recently. Show More Summary
Of course, this was not the only time Al Sharpton hurled racist, anti-Semitic or homophobic words at his opposition. Al Sharpton screams “You’re a punk faggt!” on national TV. And, yet he was awarded his own slot on MSNBC. This … Continue reading ?
The day before a planned town hall meeting in Chicago to be hosted by the Rev. Al Sharpton, an activist in Roseland, one of the city’s deadliest communities, expressed hope that Sharpton could help stanch the flow of blood of young black males.
The First Lady spoke with Al Sharpton on his radio show. After telling the story of a mother who cried herself to sleep at night because her son was diagnosed with cancer and she didn’t know how she would pay for the treatment, Obama told Sharpton, “That’s the kind of personal story that’s often missed […]
In the Obama White House’s quest to shore up its base, First Lady Michelle Malkin will be doing an interview with race-baiter, MSNBC host, and National Action Network head Al Sharpton. This makes the third open ally of the Obama administration...Show More Summary
Al Sharpton previewed his radio interview with First Lady Michelle Obama on his MSNBC show Wednesday afternoon. In the short clips, the first lady defended the Affordable Care Act by offering personal stories about when she and other women she has met have benefited from access to health care.
This time, it’s avid hunter Phil Robertson who is under fire. The Duck Dynasty star has ignited controversy after making inflammatory remarks about race and gay people in an interview… READ ON
The Rev. Al Sharpton used his Instragram account (left) to announce that he’ll be interviewing First Lady Michelle Obama tomorrow. The interview is for his radio show on WVON, so if he plans to use any of the chat on his MSNBC show,...Show More Summary
As the President continues to sink in the polls, his advisors apparently think it's wise for him and his wife to seek refuge amongst their closest supporters in the media. On Wednesday, Al Sharpton announced via Instagram that Michelle Obama will be his radio guest Thursday on his National Action Network: read more
MSNBC host Al Sharpton announced on his Instagram account on Wednesday that he will be sitting down with first lady Michelle Obama for a wide-ranging interview on Thursday at 1:15 p.m. The interview will broadcast on his radio program via The National Action Network. It is not clear whether this interview will also be broadcast on Sharpton’s MSNBC program, Politics Nation.
And that’s why loser talking heads at MSNBC like Chris Matthews, Al Sharpton and the Left’s favorite lesbian Rachael Maddow spends 75% of their airtime playing clips of Fox News Channel. It’s the only way they can draw what little audience...Show More Summary
On the Friday, December 13, PoliticsNation, the Washington Post's Dana Milbank joined host Al Sharpton in complaining that conservatives "demonize" people who receive welfare benefits as the two discussed efforts to restrain welfare spending. Sharpton posed: read more
In the latest episode of the shooting war between "The News Corporation" and "The Comcast Corporation" - Bill O'Reilly - on the right accuses 'The Emergency Managing Minister Of Social Justice' Al Sharpton of using editing techniques...Show More Summary
The Fox News host calls the MSNBC anchor a "flat-out deceiver" who the network is "afraid" to fire. Bill O’Reilly and Al Sharpton have been engaging in a several-day feud over the coverage of the Dec. 5 death of Nelson Mandela, withShow More Summary
Yes, on Thursday evening, the Reverend Sharpton went the Full Trebek in zinging Ted Cruz after the Republican senator was honored as one of the answers on Jeopardy! recently, with classic categories like "Young Not So Invincibles" and "Canadian Fakin'."
After Al Sharpton took a shot at Bill O'Reilly for calling Nelson Mandela a communist the day of his death, O'Reilly blasted Sharpton for taking his words out of context and accused him of deceptive editing. Sharpton responded on Wednesday, playing O'Reilly's comments in full and saying the context doesn't necessarily help his case.
As NewsBusters reported Tuesday, Fox News’s Bill O’Reilly once again exposed MSNBC’s Al Sharpton for deceptively editing a video to blatantly misrepresent what he said. On the O’Reilly Factor Wednesday, media analyst and political commentator...Show More Summary
Bill O'Reilly is still peeved about Al Sharpton taking his commentary about Nelson Mandela out of context, and brought on media critics Howard Kurtz and Bernie Goldberg to scold Sharpton and analyze the MSNBC culture that allows people to get away with this kind of thing.
The Rev. Al Sharpton may be a controversial figure but his reminder is a good one: that racial profiling is a poor way to qualify customers. Thank God for Al Sharpton. I'm not a big fan. But that doesn't matter. Society needs people like him. Show More Summary