Rev. Sharpton's charity is doing well and gave its founder a nice raise. But tax problem remain.
Good "work" if you can get it
Deadbeat grifter, Al Sharpton, gave himself a 71% raise last year. His National Action Network front collected a cool $6.9 million in donations, with Sharpton’s pay increasing to $412,644 in
It pays to have friends in high places. Al Sharpton gave himself a 71 percent raise last year after his National Action Network group drew a record $6.9 million in donations — as the controversial cleric’s association with Mayor de … Continued
The NFL is still screwed up when it comes to meting out justice for domestic violence -- so says Al Sharpton. Sharpton cannot understand how Ray Rice was ultimately banished from the NFL while Greg Hardy was given a second chance. He thinks…
The Rev. Al Sharpton is expected to deliver the eulogy on Saturday at the funeral of Florida musician Corey Jones, who was gunned down by a plainclothes police officer earlier this month. Jones’ death, the latest in a string of fatal...Show More Summary
Jones was shot by a Palm Beach Gardens police officer on October 18.
Al Sharpton was initially expected to deliver a eulogy at the funeral of slain NYPD officer Randolph Holder, but today announced he would be withdrawing from the service.
A hero cop gets gunned down in New York and suddenly Al Sharpton arrives on the scene because the cop was black. What a detestable man. When Officer Randolph Holder’s
Rev. Al Sharpton has backed out of eulogizing Randolph Holder, the NYPD officer gunned down in East Harlem last week, after a police union boss objected to his speaking. [ more › ]
The Rev. Al Sharpton said on Tuesday that he would not deliver the eulogy for slain New York City Police Officer Randolph Holder because he feared police union leaders would use his presence to turn the funeral into “some kind of confrontation.” The decision by the civil rights activist...
Rev. Al Sharpton has announced that he will not speak at the funeral of NYPD Officer Randolph Holder, saying he wants the focus to remain on Holder's "brutal, senseless murder."
The Rev. Al Sharpton is expected to speak at the funeral on Wednesday for New York City Police Officer Randolph Holder, who was shot to death last week while on patrol in the city's East Harlem neighborhood. The prominent activist, media...Show More Summary
Have you noticed how insistent people are on the Hard Left that you not say things they don’t wish to hear? If you’re unconvinced this is true, just check out
Rev. Al Sharpton will eulogize slain police officer Randolph Holder at his funeral on Wednesday in Far Rockaway, Queens. Holder's father met with Sharpton on Saturday and asked him to speak, according to a Daily News report. Sharpton...Show More Summary
Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association president Patrick Lynch did not reply Sunday to requests for comment on Sharpton’s planned appearance. A day earlier, after Sharpton criticized procedures that let Howard walk the streets despite his violent past, Lynch said Sharpton was “one … Continued
The Rev. Al Sharpton, a longtime thorn in the side of the NYPD, will speak at a funeral for a cop gunned down last week.
Talk about an inconvenient truth... Don't know if we've ever witnessed such a blatant suppression of facts--even on MSNBC. Republican strategist Jessica Proud was a guest this morning on Al Sharpton's MSNBC show, which has been turfed out of its weekday slot and relegated to the early Sunday-morning wilderness. Show More Summary
The Rev. Al Sharpton said the career criminal accused of shooting Officer Randolph Holder to death should have been behind bars.
Sharpton said in a statement he will meet with the grieving relatives of Corey Jones “in a matter of days” at their request.