Archive for the ‘Al Sharpton’ Category

"Loud Music" Killer Michael Dunn Calls Blacks "Animals" – Video



“Loud Music” Killer Michael Dunn Calls Blacks “Animals”
From Politics Nation with Al Sharpton on MSNBC.

By: Reich-Wing Watch

See the rest here:

"Loud Music" Killer Michael Dunn Calls Blacks "Animals" – Video

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed

Al Sharpton brings up race 314 times in 2013 – Video



Al Sharpton brings up race 314 times in 2013
The Rev. Al Sharpton. Bringing us all together.

By: Brian Kolfage

See the original post:

Al Sharpton brings up race 314 times in 2013 – Video

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed

Ted Nugent Channels Nazis & KKK: Obama A ‘Subhuman Mongrel’ & ‘Chimpanzee’ – Video



Ted Nugent Channels Nazis KKK: Obama A 'Subhuman Mongrel' 'Chimpanzee'
From Politics Nation with Al Sharpton on MSNBC.

By: Reich-Wing Watch

Excerpt from:

Ted Nugent Channels Nazis & KKK: Obama A ‘Subhuman Mongrel’ & ‘Chimpanzee’ – Video

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed

Al Sharpton Biography – Facts, Birthday, Life Story …

Synopsis

Ordained in the Pentecostal church, Al Sharpton is an outspoken and sometimes controversial political activist in the fight against racial prejudice and injustice. In 1971, he established the National Youth Movement. His many critics and supporters have watched him run for Senate, mayor of New York, and candidate for president. His dramatic style brings popular and media attention to his causes.

“Sometimes you just have to live long enough for your message to catch up.”

Al Sharpton

“We are not in the business of revenge. We are in the business of justice.”

@TheRevAl

Social and political activist, religious leader Al Sharpton was born Alfred Charles Sharpton Jr. on October 3, 1954, in Brooklyn, New York. Outspoken and sometimes controversial, Sharpton has become a leading figure in the fight against racial prejudice and injustice. He developed his commanding speaking style as a child. A frequent churchgoer, Sharpton became an ordained minister in the Pentecostal church at the age of 10. He often traveled to deliver sermons and once toured with Mahalia Jackson, a famous gospel singer.

In the late 1960s, Sharpton became active in the civil rights movement, joining the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. The SCLC had a program called Operation Breadbasket, which sought to encourage diversity in the workplace by applying social and economic pressure on businesses. In 1969, Sharpton became the youth director for the program and participated in protests against the A&P supermarket chain in the early 1970s. He went on to establish his own organization, the National Youth Movement.

During the 1980s, Sharpton got involved in many high-profile cases in the New York City area that affected the African American community and led several protests against what he believed were injustices and incidents of racial discrimination. He helped keep media scrutiny on the racially based murder of a black teenager named Michael Griffith in 1986.

The following year, Sharpton became embroiled in the Tawana Brawley casea case that would haunt him for years. Brawley, an African American teenager, claimed that she was raped by a group of white mensome of whom were allegedly police officers. The case was later dismissed by a grand jury, which reportedly concluded that the teenager had made up the story. But this came after months of media frenzy around the case, largely encouraged by Sharpton. He was even sued by the district attorney working the case for making slanderous remarks. Sharpton was found guilty and fined for his comments.

Follow this link:

Al Sharpton Biography – Facts, Birthday, Life Story …

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed

Al Sharpton News – The New York Times

Campaign Trail Leads Lhota to Sharpton

By THOMAS KAPLAN

Joseph J. Lhota, the Republican nominee for New York City mayor, visited the Rev. Al Sharpton at the Harlem headquarters of his civil rights organization on Tuesday.

By MICHAEL BARBARO

A commercial featuring Bill de Blasios son transformed the fortunes of a fourth-place campaign and gave the candidate confidence to attack the mayor and the Police Departments stop-and-frisk tactic.

By TRIP GABRIEL

The anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington is less a commemoration, organizers say, than an effort to inject fresh energy into issues of economics and justice that still leave racial gaps.

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. said efforts to diminish the impact of African-Americans votes havent stopped since the 1965 Voting Rights Act added millions to Southern voter rolls.

By DAVID W. CHEN

Read more here:

Al Sharpton News – The New York Times

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed

Al Sharpton News and Video – FOX News Topics – FOXNews.com

Reverend Al Sharpton expels God in MSNBC promo sermon

Jesus said to Peter: Get thee behind me, Satan. Then came MSNBC. Now its God the network is trying to push out of the way. And its a reverend, of all people, who is doing it.Rev. Al Sharpton appeared in a Lean Forward ad for his network MSNBC on February 5, where he recited a bit of the Pledge of Allegiance. The 58-year-old Sharpton, who reportedly gave his first sermon at age 9, left God out of his piece of the pledge. But he did remember to include lesbians and gays. So, hes got that goin for him.We must have a renewed fight for many of the things we fought for. Because voting rights, and women’s rights, and the rights of people against discrimination, whether they’re African-American, Latino, lesbian and [sic] gay, must be protected, until we have a nation that is really living up to the creed of one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Not all of one kind. But all, Rev. Sharpton argued in the commercial.Thats not how the pledge goes and has done so sinc…

Read More

Read the original here:

Al Sharpton News and Video – FOX News Topics – FOXNews.com

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed

Al Sharpton – NY Daily News

Bishop Orlando Findlayter a no-show at Sharptons National Action Network

Posted on 2014-02-15 12:44:43

The clergyman sprung from a Brooklyn police precinct after a call from City Hall bailed out Saturday on a promise to address the controversy. Bishop Orlando Findlayter was a no-show at the Rev. Al Sharptons National Action Network, leaving the veteran activist to defend his cleric colleague. Read More

Posted on 2014-01-20 23:16:30

A longtime aide to the Rev. Al Sharpton was hired Monday to be New York City First Lady Chirlane McCrays chief of staff, at an annual salary of $170,000. Read More

Posted on 2014-01-18 02:04:00

After appearing for weeks at her husbands side, the citys powerful First Lady Chirlane McCray is about to go solo. Read More

Posted on 2013-12-21 01:28:49

The Rev. Al Sharpton has retail bigwigs shaking in their fine leather boots after giving them a drop-dead date of Monday to appoint a special task force on racial profiling. Read More

Posted on 2013-12-09 13:07:10

Read this article:

Al Sharpton – NY Daily News

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed

Foxs Gregg Jarrett: Don Lemon Lacks Maturity, Hes the Al Sharpton of CNN

(UPDATE BELOW) Fox News anchor Gregg Jarrett went after CNNs Don Lemon on Saturday over his commentary on the Michael Dunn loud music murder trial, and he doubled down on his criticisms Monday, both on Fox News and Fox News Radio, calling Lemon the Al Sharpton of CNN.

Lemon responded to Jarretts tweeting by tweeting back, Mind your business, old man. Jarrett told Fox News Radios John Gibson that he may be an old man, but Lemon shouldnt look down on that, because I bring to the table a lot of experience that he utterly lacks, suggesting Lemon could use a measure of maturity.

RELATED: Fox Anchor Slams CNNs Don Lemon: What a Pompous, Pretentious Jerk

He concluded, I think hes the Al Sharpton on CNN.

Later in the day, Jarrett continued slamming Lemon during an appearance with Megyn Kelly. He said Lemon set aside all measure of objectivity and he acted on-air as judge, jury, and executioner. It incensed him, Jarrett added, that Lemon had the audacity to claim, on-air, that he knows better than these jurors.

He suggested if Lemon wants a forum to share his opinions on legal matters, he should have a talk show instead.

Listen to the audio below, via the John Gibson Show:

Please enable Javascript to listen.

And you can watch Jarretts Kelly File appearance below, via Fox News:

Please enable Javascript to watch.

Go here to see the original:

Foxs Gregg Jarrett: Don Lemon Lacks Maturity, Hes the Al Sharpton of CNN

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed

"Loud Music" Killer Michael Dunn Calls Blacks "Animals" – Video




“Loud Music” Killer Michael Dunn Calls Blacks “Animals” From Politics Nation with Al Sharpton on MSNBC. By: Reich-Wing Watch

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed

Al Sharpton brings up race 314 times in 2013 – Video




Al Sharpton brings up race 314 times in 2013 The Rev. Al Sharpton. Bringing us all together. By: Brian Kolfage

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed

Ted Nugent Channels Nazis & KKK: Obama A ‘Subhuman Mongrel’ & ‘Chimpanzee’ – Video




Ted Nugent Channels Nazis KKK: Obama A'Subhuman Mongrel''Chimpanzee' From Politics Nation with Al Sharpton on MSNBC. By: Reich-Wing Watch

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed

Al Sharpton Biography – Facts, Birthday, Life Story …

Synopsis Ordained in the Pentecostal church, Al Sharpton is an outspoken and sometimes controversial political activist in the fight against racial prejudice and injustice. In 1971, he established the National Youth Movement. His many critics and supporters have watched him run for Senate, mayor of New York, and candidate for president. His dramatic style brings popular and media attention to his causes. “Sometimes you just have to live long enough for your message to catch up.” Al Sharpton “We are not in the business of revenge. We are in the business of justice.” @TheRevAl Social and political activist, religious leader Al Sharpton was born Alfred Charles Sharpton Jr. on October 3, 1954, in Brooklyn, New York. Outspoken and sometimes controversial, Sharpton has become a leading figure in the fight against racial prejudice and injustice. He developed his commanding speaking style as a child. A frequent churchgoer, Sharpton became an ordained minister in the Pentecostal church at the age of 10. He often traveled to deliver sermons and once toured with Mahalia Jackson, a famous gospel singer. In the late 1960s, Sharpton became active in the civil rights movement, joining the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. The SCLC had a program called Operation Breadbasket, which sought to encourage diversity in the workplace by applying social and economic pressure on businesses. In 1969, Sharpton became the youth director for the program and participated in protests against the A&P supermarket chain in the early 1970s. He went on to establish his own organization, the National Youth Movement. During the 1980s, Sharpton got involved in many high-profile cases in the New York City area that affected the African American community and led several protests against what he believed were injustices and incidents of racial discrimination. He helped keep media scrutiny on the racially based murder of a black teenager named Michael Griffith in 1986. The following year, Sharpton became embroiled in the Tawana Brawley casea case that would haunt him for years. Brawley, an African American teenager, claimed that she was raped by a group of white mensome of whom were allegedly police officers. The case was later dismissed by a grand jury, which reportedly concluded that the teenager had made up the story. But this came after months of media frenzy around the case, largely encouraged by Sharpton. He was even sued by the district attorney working the case for making slanderous remarks. Sharpton was found guilty and fined for his comments.

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed

Al Sharpton News – The New York Times

Campaign Trail Leads Lhota to Sharpton By THOMAS KAPLAN Joseph J. Lhota, the Republican nominee for New York City mayor, visited the Rev. Al Sharpton at the Harlem headquarters of his civil rights organization on Tuesday. By MICHAEL BARBARO A commercial featuring Bill de Blasios son transformed the fortunes of a fourth-place campaign and gave the candidate confidence to attack the mayor and the Police Departments stop-and-frisk tactic. By TRIP GABRIEL The anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington is less a commemoration, organizers say, than an effort to inject fresh energy into issues of economics and justice that still leave racial gaps. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. said efforts to diminish the impact of African-Americans votes havent stopped since the 1965 Voting Rights Act added millions to Southern voter rolls. By DAVID W. CHEN

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed

Al Sharpton News and Video – FOX News Topics – FOXNews.com

Reverend Al Sharpton expels God in MSNBC promo sermon Jesus said to Peter: Get thee behind me, Satan. Then came MSNBC. Now its God the network is trying to push out of the way. And its a reverend, of all people, who is doing it.Rev. Al Sharpton appeared in a Lean Forward ad for his network MSNBC on February 5, where he recited a bit of the Pledge of Allegiance. The 58-year-old Sharpton, who reportedly gave his first sermon at age 9, left God out of his piece of the pledge. But he did remember to include lesbians and gays. So, hes got that goin for him.We must have a renewed fight for many of the things we fought for. Because voting rights, and women’s rights, and the rights of people against discrimination, whether they’re African-American, Latino, lesbian and [sic] gay, must be protected, until we have a nation that is really living up to the creed of one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Not all of one kind. But all, Rev. Sharpton argued in the commercial.Thats not how the pledge goes and has done so sinc… Read More

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed

Al Sharpton – NY Daily News

Bishop Orlando Findlayter a no-show at Sharptons National Action Network Posted on 2014-02-15 12:44:43 The clergyman sprung from a Brooklyn police precinct after a call from City Hall bailed out Saturday on a promise to address the controversy. Bishop Orlando Findlayter was a no-show at the Rev. Al Sharptons National Action Network, leaving the veteran activist to defend his cleric colleague. Read More Posted on 2014-01-20 23:16:30 A longtime aide to the Rev. Al Sharpton was hired Monday to be New York City First Lady Chirlane McCrays chief of staff, at an annual salary of $170,000. Read More Posted on 2014-01-18 02:04:00 After appearing for weeks at her husbands side, the citys powerful First Lady Chirlane McCray is about to go solo. Read More Posted on 2013-12-21 01:28:49 The Rev. Al Sharpton has retail bigwigs shaking in their fine leather boots after giving them a drop-dead date of Monday to appoint a special task force on racial profiling. Read More Posted on 2013-12-09 13:07:10

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed

Foxs Gregg Jarrett: Don Lemon Lacks Maturity, Hes the Al Sharpton of CNN

(UPDATE BELOW) Fox News anchor Gregg Jarrett went after CNNs Don Lemon on Saturday over his commentary on the Michael Dunn loud music murder trial, and he doubled down on his criticisms Monday, both on Fox News and Fox News Radio, calling Lemon the Al Sharpton of CNN. Lemon responded to Jarretts tweeting by tweeting back, Mind your business, old man. Jarrett told Fox News Radios John Gibson that he may be an old man, but Lemon shouldnt look down on that, because I bring to the table a lot of experience that he utterly lacks, suggesting Lemon could use a measure of maturity. RELATED: Fox Anchor Slams CNNs Don Lemon: What a Pompous, Pretentious Jerk He concluded, I think hes the Al Sharpton on CNN. Later in the day, Jarrett continued slamming Lemon during an appearance with Megyn Kelly. He said Lemon set aside all measure of objectivity and he acted on-air as judge, jury, and executioner. It incensed him, Jarrett added, that Lemon had the audacity to claim, on-air, that he knows better than these jurors. He suggested if Lemon wants a forum to share his opinions on legal matters, he should have a talk show instead. Listen to the audio below, via the John Gibson Show: Please enable Javascript to listen. And you can watch Jarretts Kelly File appearance below, via Fox News: Please enable Javascript to watch.

Fair Usage Law

February 22, 2014   Posted in: Al Sharpton  Comments Closed


Fair Use Disclaimer

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances."

Under the 'fair use' rule of copyright law, an author may make limited use of another author's work without asking permission. Fair use is based on the belief that the public is entitled to freely use portions of copyrighted materials for purposes of commentary and criticism. The fair use privilege is perhaps the most significant limitation on a copyright owner's exclusive rights.

Fair use as described at 17 U.S.C. Section 107:

"Notwithstanding the provisions of section 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phono-records or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright.

In determining whether the use made of a work in any particular case is a fair use the factors to be considered shall include:

  • (1) the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for or nonprofit educational purposes,
  • (2) the nature of the copyrighted work,
  • (3) the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole, and
  • (4) the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work."