MSNBC’s current pundit lineup is a “death wish,” one NBC source told Politico’s Dylan Byers in a story out Thursday morning, and the network is heading for a huge shakeup toward more straight news and less liberal bombast as its ratings continue suffering.
A government watchdog group is calling on NASCAR to cut ties with Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network in response to the cable news host’s comments about police in the wake of the shooting of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Mo., and the questionable financial activities at his nonprofit groups.
As Comcast pursues an acquisition of competitor Time Warner, some conservatives are adopting corporate pressure tactics pioneered by the left designed to punish the cable giant for what they regard as its support for a liberal policy agenda.
Activists outraged at the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner are not only causing traffic jams and disrupting holiday shopping. They have a new target: President Obama, who the radicals say isn’t doing enough to rectify injustice.
Al Sharpton’s finances are gaining scrutiny as his influences rises, the New York Times writes in a profile of Sharpton published Tuesday.