The star of “Duck Dynasty” is being honored with a free speech award at the conservative CPAC Summit later this month, but it seems a little odd considering he compared homosexuality to bestiality and said African-Americans were happy picking cotton. watch
More than 100 days have passed since Loretta Lynch was nominated for Attorney General, and her confirmation still has not been voted on. Rev. Sharpton talks to Joe Madison about the GOP stalling despite the fact they don’t have a problem with her. watch
A Texas judge claimed that Pres. Obama had “exacerbated illegal immigration.” Rev. Sharpton talks to Rep. Lloyd Doggett and Dana Milbank about this, and then they discuss a new poll showing Americans would blame the GOP for a DHS shutdown. watch
In a brazen political attack from Republicans, Speaker Boehner explained why he invited the Israeli Prime Minister to address Congress without telling President Obama. Rev. Sharpton talks to Joan Walsh and Ed Rendell for analysis. watch
Rev. Sharpton talks to Shaun Robinson, Jason Johnson and Victoria DeFrancesco Soto about a topic Jeb Bush refuses to revisit - and is his mom backtracking on her previous comments about not wanting him to run in 2016? watch
In Libya, there are reports that 35 more Egyptians have been kidnapped by ISIS, just hours after a video surfaced showing 21 others being beheaded by the terror group. Jim Arkedis gives analysis on this, plus an update on the attacks in Copenhagen. watch
Zerlina Maxwell Eric Guster and Victoria DeFrancesco join Rev. Sharpton to talk about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s comments about not being completely sober during the State of the Union address. watch
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