Rev. Al Sharpton

Networking his ways into the matrix of black issues has been his forte for years.
Yet a peaceful protest, due to an act of outright injustice with this outcome is disheartening.

A New York judge has convicted the Rev. Al Sharpton of disorderly conduct during protests over a police shooting and sentenced him to time served. Criminal Court Judge Larry Stephen issued the verdict Wednesday against Sharpton and seven other activists. Sharpton has already served 5 1/2 hours in jail. About 250 protesters were arrested in May for blocking bridges, tunnels and intersections in response to the police killing of Sean Bell on his wedding day. Most of the cases were dismissed, but Sharpton and his co-defendants had insisted on a trial. Sharpton testified Monday that the protests were peaceful, saying: “We wanted to stop violence, not cause violence.”

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Mila Kunis

Mila makes me want to go see this Max Payne movie.
I was loving her stink attitude in “That 70’s Show & Family Guy”. But now you have her all glamorous & sexy.
The money shots are the fact that her breast are the main feature of the movie…

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Above is a clip from “Eli Stone” of Katie Holmes SINGING?!?!…

This is AWFUL!!!

Tom Cruise should have stepped in as he always does & STOPPED this madness!http://services.brightcove.com/services/viewer/federated_f8/1396519019

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Check the video…

Kevin Connolly of “Entourage” does his directorial debut for the music video of the Black Cowboys.
Gisele Bundchen shoots a sexy cameo along West Hollywood’s Melrose Avenue on Thursday for the alternative rock band Blackcowboy’s new song “Come On”.

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Podcast from The Guardian

Live exports

Australian politics live podcast

Katharine Murphy talks to Fiona Simson, president of the National Farmers’ Federation, about how farmers attitudes towards climate change are evolving. Simson says dissenters need to ‘get out of the way’ of creating an energy policy framework for the future and calls on politicians to ‘stop picking winners’ and put their trust in the market. Plus, what’s the future for live exports and why more women are needed in politics ‘We’ve turned a corner’: farmers shift on climate change and want a say on energy

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CBS & NBC are on board for nationwide Barack Obama campaign…

Barack Obama is moving forward in a BIG way his high end primetime airtime in the upcoming weeks. The two broadcast stations are set to carry the new ad campaign due to October 29, at 8pm.

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