James O’Keefe strikes again.
Tag Archives: Non-White Pressure Groups
Garner’s Kid on Sharpton: ‘He’s All About the Money’, New York Post
Comcast, Al Sharpton Hit with $20 Billion Racial Discrimination Lawsuit, Hollywood Reporter
Black media group wants to shake down Al Sharpton.
Indictment of New York Officer Divides Chinese-Americans, New York Times
Chinese cop killed a black man. Race complicates everything.
“Leaders” finally realize that cops’ lives are in danger.
Their demands included a ban on “racialized crime alerts.”
He thinks Obama will take executive action to improve the justice system.
Busted, National Review
Al Sharpton’s never-ending career as a tax-cheat.
Sharpton Group Reports Deficits, Tax Debt Plan, Smoking Gun
$4.9 million in corporate sponsorships isn’t enough.
Black sheriff says what no white sheriff dares say.
Question was to be: Is the United States “institutionally racist”?
Chained Protesters Block Oakland Federal Building, San Francisco Chronicle
Group held signs saying “3rd World Unite” and “Third World for Black Power.”
He calls the Oscar nominations “appallingly insulting.”
‘Rest of Story’ on KSU/MLK Day Speaker Bears Sharing, Murietta Daily Journal
Angela Davis will collect $20,000 to give a talk at Kennesaw State University.
SPLC explains the difference between white advocacy and every other kind.
Intel Allocates $300 Million for Workplace Diversity, New York Times
Jesse Jackson is pleased.
How Obama’s close adviser made his fortune.
Sharpton to Have Say over How Sony Makes Movies, New York Post
He has not yet decided whether Amy Pascal should be fired.
He will pressure Sony execs to push for more diversity.
Sharpton: “The only way you make roaches run, you got to cut the light on.”
If only they would stay out.
But he is still a media darling and friend of Obama and Holder.
“Fixing” tech means hiring fewer whites.
Jesse Jackson also spoke at the shareholder’s meeting.
Al Sharpton Urges National March on Washington, New York Post
He says state grand jury systems are broken.
73 percent of Hispanics say executive amnesty should be expanded.
Al Sharpton is on the scene.
Says “the fight is not over” and “justice will come to Ferguson.”
Ferguson mayor says city has “severed ties” with Officer Wilson.
Al Sharpton is at the White House to discuss.
“We going to die anyway. Let’s die for something.”
Ferguson Grand Jury Witnesses Often Cited Fear in Testifying, Los Angeles Times
Some feared their black neighbors; others feared the Ku Klux Klan.
Columnist calls protesters what they are: a lynch mob.
Sen. Paul thinks the GOP can get a third of the black vote in 2016.
Tax delinquency has kept his organization afloat.
White House Turns to Girls of Color, Yahoo! News
Non-white women and girls will receive special treatment from the government.
Ferguson Resident: ‘We are Getting Prepared for War’, CBS St. Louis
Highway Patrol captain says “there’s some tough times ahead.”
The president reveals his post-midterm priorities.
Group Proposes ‘Rules of Engagement’ for Grand Jury Announcement in Michael Brown Case, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The “Don’t Shoot Coalition” wants to prevent “loss of life.”
Will Hispanics forgive Obama for putting off amnesty by executive order?
And Jesse Jackson isn’t happy.
Hispanics say, “We won’t take any more excuses.”
The Democratic Embrace of Al Sharpton, Wall Street Journal
He is now virtually deputy mayor of New York.
St. Louis to Forgive About 220,000 Warrants for Nonviolent Municipal Offenses, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
This is part of “justice” for Michael Brown.
St. Louis City Will No Longer Require Job Applicants to Disclose Felony Convictions, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Yet more “justice” for Michael Brown.
Hispanics Want Obamacare for Illegal Immigrant ‘Dreamers’, Washington Times
There are now 600,000 of them.
Black teen shoots at white police officer; officer returns fire; blacks riot.
Students at Colgate U. Stage Sit-In over ‘Institutionalized Racism’, Chronicle of Higher Education
Students want more diversity training to counter “macro- and micro-aggressions.”
Guarantees executive amnesty before year’s end.
Judge is Nelva Gonzales Ramos, appointed by Obama.