During an appearance on The Situation Room Friday evening, commentator Van Jones took bigger issue with former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani's supposed explanation for why his comments about President Barack Obama's patriotism were not racist than he did with the original comments themselves.
Van Jones gave rare praise to the Republican Party on Sunday morning when he said Democrats need to be "very worried" about the "riveting" and diverse field of potential GOP presidential candidates.
I’m surprised the feminazis and Van Jones are crying ‘rape’ over this. Forced licking and cuddling… it’s an outrage, I tell ya! Seriously, I can’t tell whether Aaron, the cat,
Andrea Hoffman (2nd from left), founder of Diversity Affluence with Mitch Kapor, Freada Kapor Klein and Van Jones Our latest Insider helps luxury brands, corporate CEOs, entrepreneurs and nonprofit organizations connect with African-American...Show More Summary
There's nothing more enjoyable with your Sunday morning coffee than watching a man define what constitutes a sexual assault to the female panelist sitting next him. The episode started on ABC's This Week when liberal pundit Van Jones...Show More Summary
To The National Review‘s Rich Lowry, forcing yourself on someone for a kiss isn’t sexual assault. …Van Jones asked if…Lowry didn’t think certain actions performed without consent constituted sexual assault, whether he would mind them being done to him. The argument started when Jones brought up the much-cited and much-disputed statistic that 1 in 5 [...]
A This Week panel on sexual assault got real Sunday morning when CNN contributor Van Jones asked if National Review editor Rich Lowry didn't think certain actions performed without consent constituted sexual assault, whether he would mind them being done to him.
CNN’s cop hating, leftist revolutionary Anthony K. “Van” Jones wrote inflammatory messages on Twitter Wednesday after a grand jury declined to indict a New York City police officer in the July death of Eric Garner during an attempt to arrest … Continue reading ?
Civil rights activist Van Jones blasted former NBA star Charles Barkley on CNN for comments he made in relation to the Ferguson grand jury decision, saying that black communities would be the “Wild, Wild West” without cops.
The Baltimore Sun media critic David Zurawik, in a discussion of media coverage from Ferguson on NPR’s “On the Media”, said CNN’s Van Jones had “absolutely no credentials” to be on the street reporting on violence that followed the grand jury’s decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson. Show More Summary
Why Is CNN using Cop-Hater, Leftist Revolutionary Van Jones to Report on Ferguson? @davidzurawik /Hmm …Not sure u r worth responding to. Never heard of u before. Paltry # of followers & almost no RTs. Shallow analysis. — Van Jones … Continue reading ?
In America, media critics are supposed to keep journalists honest and play referee on matters of import. But what happens when, in the middle of the Ferguson tragedy, a media critic violates every rule of good reporting to launch a fact-free...Show More Summary
Baltimore Sun TV critic David Zurawik said in a radio interview this week that CNN's Van Jones had no business being in Ferguson, and Jones shot back at Zurawik for questioning his credentials.
In a discussion of media coverage of the Ferguson grand jury’s decision in the Michael Brown case–and the violence that followed–Baltimore Sun media critic David Zurawik criticized CNN’s decision to have political analyst Van Jones on the street alongside CNN’s reporters and anchors. Show More Summary
The streets of Ferguson were calm this morning, aside from another round of angry verbal sparring between CNN’s Don Lemon and his favorite on-air punching bag, Van Jones. “In my estimation there’s been too much political correctness, trying to appease protesters,” a suddenly impassioned Lemon borderline shrieked before adding, “there was nothing peaceful about last night.” A […]
Tuesday on CNN, network correspondents Don Lemon and Van Jones got into a heated exchange about the riots Monday night in Ferguson after the grand jury announcement that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson will not face charges for fatally shooting Michael Brown. Show More Summary
Don Lemon and Van Jones of CNN sharply disagreed today over the precise nature of the Ferguson protests. Jones, a former Obama administration official, even deemed Lemon’s commentary “an insult” to the citizens who took to the streets of the St. Show More Summary
CNN's Don Lemon has sure found himself in the middle of multiple heated debates over the Ferguson situation. Earlier this morning he battled his colleague Van Jones over the nature of the ongoing protests, and then hours later he and LZ Granderson debated ex-George W. Show More Summary
CNN's Don Lemon and Van Jones had a sharp disagreement about the nature of Monday night's Ferguson protests, with Jones accusing Lemon of "insulting" the people of Ferguson by painting the demonstrations as predominantly violent.
CNN's Chris Cuomo, Don Lemon, and Van Jones were forced to run off-camera to avoid being overcome with tear gas during live coverage of the riots in Feguson, MO following the grand jury's decision not to indict Officer Wilson. The three...Show More Summary