Um, what now? Former Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy has been subpoenaed in the Jesse Jackson Jr. divorce case. The former Congressman and his wife, former Ald. Sandi Jackson, are in the middle of a nasty divorce. The subpoena...Show More Summary
The return of Grey’s Anatomy is right around the corner. With the second half of Season 13 still ahead, Shonda Rhimes recently dished on some of the romances that will unfold in the near future. Will Jackson (Jesse Williams) and April (Sarah Drew) finally reunite? Unreality TV reported that Rhimes opened up about Jackson and... Show More Summary
Jesse Watters — the former Bill O’Reilly acolyte who has recently been given his own show on Fox News — attempted to troll civil rights icon Jesse Jackson at Pres. Barack Obama’s farewell speech in Chicago on Wednesday by asking, “What happened with Hillary?”...
Click here for reuse options! "What happened with Hillary?" the repugnant Jesse Watters asked Jackson. President Obama gave his farewell address in his hometown of Chicago on Wednesday, January 11. Facing several thousand of his most...Show More Summary
The civil-rights leader calls on the ride-hailing company to release diversity figures on its workforce, as Apple, Facebook and others have done.
Civil rights activist Rev. Jesse Jackson has singled out Uber, calling on the tech company to finally release its workforce diversity numbers.
Civil rights leader's letter comes as Uber taps diversity chief from Hillary Clinton campaign.
Former Chicago Ald. Sandi Jackson, who is seeking a divorce from ex-Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., “said in court filings this week that he has income of at least $10,250 a month while she is out of work and has been [...]
Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. has filed for divorce from his wife, former Ald. Sandi Jackson, after 25 years of marriage, RadarOnline.com has learned. The 51-year-old filed a certificate… READ ON
Jesse Jackson first ran for president during the national farm bust of the early 1980s. Debt for farmers had exploded from $85 billion in 1976 to $216 billion in 1983, with little relief in sight. As Jackson laid the groundwork for his...Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) I thought it would be impossible to top the moral turpitude of Justin Trudeau, Jean-Claude Juncker, and Jesse Jackson yesterday, but I underestimated the capacities of The Nation, where Greg Grandin submits his entry for the prize: Castro almost outlasted 11 US presidents... Show More Summary
COMMIES GONNA PRAISE COMMIES: Jill Stein praises Fidel Castro: ‘A symbol of the struggle for justice.’ “In praising Castro, Stein joined former Democratic presidential candidate Jesse Jackson, British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, and many others with progressive pedigrees in heaping praise on the Marxist ruler who has a great […]
Before Barack Obama bows out of office, Rev. Jesse Jackson wants him to use his presidential powers to give Hillary Clinton an absolute pardon. Without saying that Clinton did anything wrong, Jackson stated that the outgoing president should block Donald Trump’s intent to prosecute Clinton for using a private email server during her tenure as... Show More Summary
After everyone from Jesse Jackson, to the terrified mainstream media to prominent Congressional Democrats have called upon Obama to issue a blanket pardon for Hillary Clinton, he finally admitted that it's not possible to pardon someone who hasn't yet stood trial for a crime. Show More Summary
If all of these liberal whine-bags believed Hillary Clinton was innocent, as they’ve said she is, why is it that they are demanding that Obama pardon her? I don’t think
‘Civil rights activist’, and race baiting Jesse Jackson has exhorted Barack Obama to pardon Hillary Clinton in a move that he believes would help heal the country. Mr Jackson made
"We need to move on."
The Rev. Jesse Jackson has apparently acknowledged that Hillary Clinton broke federal laws and now says that Barack Obama should preemptively...
Rev. Jesse Jackson wants President Obama to pardon Hillary Clinton. Speaking at President Gerald Ford’s alma mater, The Rev. Jesse Jackson called for President Obama to issue a blanket pardon to Hillary Clinton before he leaves office, just like Ford did for Richard Nixon. Stopping short of saying Clinton did anything wrong, Jackson told a large crowd of [...]
Reverend Jesse Jackson thinks that President Obama should issue a pardon for Hillary Clinton in the name of healing the country before Donald Trump takes office.