Ed Schultz joins Reverend Al Sharpton to discuss his interview with the man who shot the video of Mitt Romney’s 47 percent comments; then talks to OFA’s Ben LaBolt about the Obama teams reaction when they first saw the video. watch
Reverend Al Sharpton talks to former Penn. Gov. Ed Rendell and pollster Celinda Lake about Obama For America’s transition into Organizing For Action and what ramifications it has had in the political world so far. watch
A conservative blogger has outlined do’s and don’ts for those attending CPAC this week. Reverend Al Sharpton reminds Republicans no halter tops, Ugg boots, or dressy shorts – then talks with Joy Reid and Dana Milbank about the Republican brand that... watch
Paul Ryan unveiled the details of his new 2013 budget Tuesday morning in a press conference that felt like a trip back in time. Although Ryan did not don the same tie he wore in both 2011 and 2012 for his budget presentations, he revealed a nearly identical plan, proving that he learned no lessons in the last year.... read more
As Mitt Romney celebrates his first birthday since his failed try for the White House, his brother Scott is the one getting the birthday present.
Scott Romney leads a new poll of potential Republican candidate for Michigan's soon to be empty Senate seat. Current Democratic Sen. Carl Levin plans to retire in 2014. read more
Donald Trump joined the chorus of Republicans complaining about the end of White House tours after the massive budget cuts known as sequestration, and he was inspired by none other than Newt Gingrich. ... read more
On Tuesday, a Senate panel approved two bills on background checks. But despite progress in Washington, gun rights activists in Oregon are intimidating legislators with emails and video surveillance, forcing them to back off gun control legislation.... watch
Even before the charm offensive, the president was reaching out to Republicans. But when he invited them to watch “Lincoln” at the White House with the film’s cast, some key GOP members said no. Rev. Al Sharpton asks how they could have possibly turned... watch
Rev. Al Sharpton takes another trip into the right-wing echo chambers, and realizes that, despite facts to the contrary, they still need the illusion that the boat’s going down. David Corn and Caroline Heldman join the conversation about why the right... watch
Susan Rice may be poised to make a major comeback, as reports name the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. a top contender for the National Security Advisor position that Tom Donilon is expected to vacate later this year. read more
Since his 2011 MSNBC premiere, Reverend Al Sharpton has led a lively and informed discussion each night. With over 40 years of experience as a community leader, politician, minister and advocate, Sharpton shares his take on the top headlines of the day in his signature style. He also connects with viewers in his nightly ‘Reply Al’ segment where he answers viewer questions and concerns.