On Tuesday’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” former Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon Ben Carson discussed his debate with Jesse Jackson that had occurred over on last weekend’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday.” Host Bill O’Reilly suggested Carson had been “generous” in his debate with Jackson. Show More Summary
Earlier this week, Dr. Ben Carson and Jesse Jackson debated Ferguson on Fox News, though Bill O'Reilly noticed Carson giving Jackson due credit for helping the civil rights movement. And on his show tonight, he put Carson on the spot about being so "generous" to Jackson.
Al Sharpton isn’t the only race hustler looking to cash in on the civil unrest in Ferguson — Jesse Jackson is busy making sure people remember that he exists, too, and is ready to gin up some race riots just like his other race-hustler-in-arms. Unfortunately for Jesse Jackson, though, Ben Carson was there to be the voice of reason.
Ben Carson, retired pediatric neurosurgeon and potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate, rejected the claim made by the Rev. Jesse Jackson that the Michael Brown shooting and ensuing protests in Ferguson, Missouri, highlight an extreme racial disparity for blacks in America during a debate on "Fox News Sunday."
Michael Brown was laid to rest oday in a funeral service attended by thousands in St. Louis, including Rev. Jesse Jackson and three White House aides. An "active shooter" reported at Fort Lee, Virginia, prompting a lockdown, apparently shot only herself. Illinois Gov. Show More Summary
Two weeks after 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer, religious leaders from across the U.S. came together to pay their respects to the Brown family during the teenager's funeral Monday, which was attended by more than 2,000 people.
Well, it’s not an ACTUAL beat down… But Dr. Ben is right about the problem with the black community and focusing on academics. youtube-foxnews
On this weekend's broadcast of "Fox News Sunday," Rev. Jesse Jackson and Dr. Ben Carson debated the civil unrest after Officer Darren Wilson fatally shot Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO. Jackson became defensive when host Chris Wallace's...Show More Summary
Rev. Jesse Jackson on Sunday called out Fox News for not including African American voices on a "white panel" about Michael Brown's death. During a Fox News Sunday segment on Brown's death, host Chris Wallace pressed Jackson about why...Show More Summary
Neurosurgeon and Republican icon Ben Carson was on “Fox News Sunday” with Jesse Jackson claiming what happened in Ferguson, Missouri “has nothing to do with race.” Jackson had called Brown’s death a “state execution” and linked it to a pattern of law enforcement violence against African Americans, violence that almost always goes unpunished. Carson responded [...]
Neurosurgeon and rising GOP star Ben Carson phoned in to Fox News Sunday (due to technical difficulties) this morning and debated Reverend Jesse Jackson over whether race was the predominant factor in the shooting death of Michael Brown and subsequent unrest in Ferguson, MO.
Uh-oh, it looks like black protesters in Ferguson aren’t in the mood to say Hosannas to the almighty Jesse Jackson! One man called Jackson out in a videotaped rant outside a fast food restaurant. “Are you here to support us?” one man asked in the filmed interaction. Show More Summary
Rep. Steve King (R-IA) slammed "race hustlers" like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson for trying to "monetize" the civil unrest in Ferguson and enhance their profiles. "They're race hustlers," King said this week on Iowa's WHO radio. HeShow More Summary
Video posted by Western Journalism shows protesters in Ferguson confronting Jesse Jackson and accusing him of not caring about the causes and protesters he claims to support. The protesters say, “we ain’t seen you marching at all,” and ask Jackson why he hasn’t paid the bond of imprisoned African-Americans. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — Jesse Jackson Jr. is out of Congress and in a prison camp, but he hasn't escaped the wrath of the Federal Election Commission.
A web video surfaced Friday of civil rights activist Jesse Jackson being confronted by Ferguson, MO, protesters unhappy with Jackson’s presence in the city.
Dear White People,There are almost 40 Million Black People in America. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson but two of them, and both are media personalities. They are not our "leaders". Both have done some good things, and both have their flaws. Show More Summary
Rev. Al Sharpton sees himself as having surpassed Jesse Jackson as the face of modern civil rights and he’s not afraid to say so.
Channeling Jesse Jackson’s comments earlier this week on Newsmax TV, MSNBC’s Al Sharpton argued that no circumstance justified Michael Brown being shot multiple times, using the logic that he was unarmed. This despite reports that Brown...Show More Summary