The Georgian civil rights legend tells Joy Reid that Vilsack and Biden need to do better by Black farmers.
Shirley Sherrod forgave Tom Vilsack when he apologized for wrongly firing her 10 years ago. Now she requires better of him in his second term as Secretary of Agriculture under Joe Biden.
Tom Vilsack has shown he hasn't learned a thing from his racist performance as Agriculture Secretary from the Obama/Biden years.
Breitbart seems to be settling old scores so they can take off for Trump, unfettered.
Today, I'm certain he's wondering what his friend Andrew Breitbart would do.
It is one more right-wing victimization fable, repeated endlessly until the public has no choice except to believe it.
In case you missed it, Fox has been agog over the release of some “exposé” video of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s sensitivity training. Needless to say, the "fair and balanced" network doesn't bother to go into the history of racism
BWAHAHAHAHA. After Andrew Breitbart filed to have Shirley Sherrod's lawsuit dismissed on fairly ridiculous grounds, the court ruled Wednesday that Sherrod had standing to go forward with it. TPMMuckraker: Reached on his cell phone by TPM,
Thank goodness we had Laura Flanders to keep Andrew Breitbart in check on HBO's Real Time tonight, because Bill Maher sure as hell wasn't going to do it. Why he and his producers felt the need to have Breitbart on there in the first place is beyond me, but I could say the same thing about CNN, MSNBC, Fox and anywhere else that gave him an opportunity to push this book of his over the last couple of weeks, the most disgusting of which was Dylan Ratigan's fawning interview with him on MSNBC.
After Dylan Ratigan's fawning interview with Andrew Breitbart yesterday, he got some push-back from his buddy Cenk Uygur who he helped get on the air at MSNBC in the first place about allowing someone that fundamentally dishonest come on the air and
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