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MSNBC's Sharpton Sees Racial Tinge in Palin's 'Slavery,' But Not Biden's 'Chains'

On MSNBC's PoliticsNation show, host Al Sharpton criticized Sarah Palin for rhetorically comparing being in debt to another country to "slavery," as he and his panel suggested that it sounds ...
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MSNBC Guest: U.S. Injected 'Racial Inferiority' Into Slavery, 'We've All Been Indoctrinated'

Appearing as a guest on the Monday, October 7, All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC to promote the film, 12 Years a Slave, screenwriter John Ridley seemed to blame America for taking slavery and ...
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Russell Simmons Apologizes For ‘Harriet Tubman Sex Tape’

Huffington Post Live panelists doubts sincerity.
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Kanye West’s Latest Rap ‘New Slaves’ Compares Consumerism to Slavery

 ‘F*** you and your corporation’ says rapper worth $100 million. 
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NBC's Todd Cites 'Very Smart' WH Aide Claiming With Today's GOP 'There'd Still Be Slavery'

Appearing on Monday's MSNBC Morning Joe, NBC chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd shared some inside information: "So I threw the Lincoln analogy at a close aide to the President last ...

Martin Bashir Implicates Bachmann in Group's Pledge: Does She Support a 'Return to the Days of Slavery?'

MSNBC's Martin Bashir on Monday wondered if Michele Bachmann and Rick Santorum support "a return to the days of slavery" after the two GOP hopefuls signed a pledge on upholding traditional marriage.

Curious Argument for Socialized Journalism: Gov't Subsidies Helped End Slavery

Left-wing 'media reform organization' Free Press makes case for $30 billion to prop up struggling profession.

CBS's Smith: Harry Reid 'Very Soberly' Compared GOP to Slavery Supporters

While interviewing Republican Party Chairman Michael Steele on Tuesday's CBS Early Show, co-host Harry Smith referred to recent comments by Senator Harry Reid: "[He] said Republicans are on the ...

Sports Writer Says He's Right Even if Limbaugh Smear Quote Is Wrong

Back on October 7, St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports writer Bryan Burwell was the first to impugn Rush Limbaugh with a quote claiming the radio host saw "merits" in slavery. In his latest column, ...
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