Before Aaron Paul became synonymous with Jesse Pinkman, he would get recognized for another character of his: Floyd from Whatever It Takes, the iconic 2000 teen comedy starring Shane West and James Franco. And by “people,” I mean the Prince of Brunei, who Paul once met while attending his birthday as a +1. Show More Summary
Sean Hannity squared off Thursday night with a member of the Congressional Black Caucus over whether Darrell Issa cutting off Elijah Cummings' mic during an IRS hearing was "racist," as Jesse Jackson argued on Twitter.
The liberal media today was all over the sideshow at the Oversight Committee hearing on the IRS targeting scandal yesterday. Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) went ballistic after the committee hearing was adjourned. After he waived his opportunity to ask … Continue reading ?
Jesse Metcalfe and his fiancee Cara Santana hit the carpet together at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party held during the 2014 Oscars at the City of West Hollywood Park on Sunday (March 2) in West Hollywood, Calif. Also in attendance at the annual event were Glee‘s Cheyenne Jackson and his new [...]
If you are looking for fresh analysis of the African-American Civil Rights Movement following Martin Luther King?s murder, and particularly of Jesse Jackson?s emerging role, this and more can be found in David Chappell?s insightful new book, Waking from the Dream: The Struggle for Civil Rights in the Shadow of Martin Luther King, Jr?
On the two-year anniversary of the death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin, race agitator Jesse Jackson took to Twitter to celebrate the teen, claiming he has "resurrection beyond the grave." Jackson's Twitter post exploited Martin's death saying, "Trayvon Martin has resurrection beyond the grave. Show More Summary
In February, America celebrates Black History Month. As such, each Monday this month Playboy SFW will re-publish seminal interviews with 1960s civil rights leaders. This week, we feature our November 1969 conversation with Jesse Jackson, who at the time appeared to be the heir apparent to the slain Martin Luther King, Jr. Show More Summary
It looked like this:And the news came out that Madison schools would reopen (after a week of accommodating the teachers' desire to participate in the scene at the Capitol), and we learned that Jesse Jackson would was staging a rallyShow More Summary
Former Democrat Representative and child sexual predator Mel Reynolds was hoping to run for Jesse Jackson Jr’s seat in Congress. He told reportersin Novermber, “Nobody’s perfect.” Then he went to Zimbabwe instead. Mel Reynolds was arrested this week for staying … Continue reading ?
Former Democrat Representative and child sexual predator Mel Reynolds was hoping to run for Jesse Jackson Jr’s seat in Congress. He told reportersin Novermber, “Nobody’s perfect.” Mel Reynolds was arrested this week for staying illegally in Zimbabwe and shooting 100 … Continue reading ?
This past week I traveled to New York City to speak at an event honoring the 30th anniversary of the 1984 Jesse Jackson for President campaign. It was an opportunity to reflect on the remarkable political transformations made possible...Show More Summary
Jesse Jackson Blames Wall Street Discrimination For Black Unemployment Jesse Jackson is speaking out to identify patterns of what he says is an example of long-running economic discrimination that is keeping unemployment number high among African-Americans. He had this to
Jesse Jackson and Jesse Helms agreed on some things.
It’s not racist because the victim was white and the attackers were black, so, yeah: Weasel Zippers points out: Reverse this situation and you’d have endless marches by Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson demanding “justice.” Now considerShow More Summary
The reverend has a track record for bringing home prisoners in countries not prone to like the United States. Could history repeat itself in North Korea? The post How Rev. Jesse Jackson Could Help Free An American Prisoner In North Korea appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Jesse Jackson is no Dennis Rodman but he is hoping that he can be the one to get Kenneth Bae, an American missionary imprisoned in North Korea, set free and he has the full blessing from the State Department, Buzzfeed reports.
CNN reporter Jim Sciutto and anchor Wolf Blitzer discussed on Monday the arrival of Donald Gregg, an American statesman and diplomat, in North Korea. While Sciutto reported that Gregg is in that country for other reasons, the case of the imprisoned American Kenneth Bae will be a subject of discussion. Show More Summary