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November 20, 2014

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John Boehner hires TV’s legal star Jonathan Turley to sue Obama

November 20, 2014

House Speaker John Boehner said he thinks he’s found — finally — the attorney who can compel the courts to rein in President Obama on executive action and overreach.

Under Obama, U.S. personal freedom ranking slips below France

November 20, 2014

Americans' assessments of their personal freedom have significantly declined under President Obama, according to a new study from the Legatum Institute in London, and the United States now ranks below 20 other countries on this measure.

De Blasio: Midterm Outcome Due to ‘Prairie Rebellion,’ If Dems Repeat Strategy ‘We’re Doomed’

November 20, 2014

The Democrats’ midterm drubbing was a “prairie rebellion,” where “people are not voting in droves,” according to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Al Sharpton’s Finances Under Scrutiny

November 20, 2014

Al Sharpton’s finances are gaining scrutiny as his influences rises, the New York Times writes in a profile of Sharpton published Tuesday.

Obama Launches Global Warming 'Toolkit' as Nation Freezes

November 20, 2014

On Monday, President Barack Obama announced the release of a global warming “toolkit,” one day before all 50 U.S. states fell below freezing temperatures.

The Left's Destruction of the Democrat Party

November 19, 2014

President Obama says he intends to act quickly to offer executive amnesty to illegal immigrants, and aides say that move could come as soon as this week. This need for haste may be due to his party growing weaker with each passing election.

Al Sharpton racial grievance industry grifter has now added another impressive title to his resume, deadbeat debtor and financial parasite:

Sharpton’s visibility has slowly increased since he first gained prominence as a civil rights leader. His relationships with politicians such as New York Mayor Bill deBlasio, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and President Barack Obama have helped Sharpton gain traction on the national scene.

He has been in the news as much as ever this year, becoming a prominent advocate on behalf of the families of Eric Garner, a Staten Island man who died in police custody, and Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager who was killed by a white police officer in Ferguson, Mo. He also has a daily platform through his show on MSNBC.

But while Sharpton’s influence is on the rise, so is scrutiny of his finances.

According to the Times, Sharpton has “more than $4.5 million in tax liens against him and his for-profit businesses.”

Sharpton has been on record saying he is paying these balances down, but the Times review showed that his balance has been growing in recent years.

While owing these fantastic sums to tax authorities, landlords and others he continues to live a lavish lifestyle despite his financial difficulties:

Sharpton has been on record saying he is paying these balances down, but the Times review showed that his balance has been growing in recent years.

Sharpton manages to live lavishly, traveling first class and collecting a large salary, despite his outstanding tax liability.

Mr. Sharpton and the National Action Network have repeatedly failed to pay travel agencies, hotels and landlords. He has leaned on the generosity of friends and sometimes even the organization, intermingling its finances with his own to cover his daughters’ private school tuition.

Financial and legal problems have plagued Sharpton for decades.

He was acquitted in 1990 of felony charges that he stole $250,000 from his youth group. He pleaded guilty in 1993 to failing to file state income taxes. He lost a defamation suit in 1998. The IRS began investigating his group National Action Network in 2007. He was sued by his landlord in 2006 for $56,000 and again in 2008 for $42,000.

Today, Mr. Sharpton still faces personal federal tax liens of more than $3 million, and state tax liens of $777,657, according to records. Raw Talent and Revals Communications owe another $717,329 on state and federal tax liens.

It's good to be in the Democrat Party that cares about the little guy, when you can conduct your business affairs to skip out on landlords, owe the State and IRS for past taxes and commingle finances to pay for personal expenses. The lifestyles of the not so rich, and famous. So we have to add one more accomplishment to Al Sharpton's resume ordinary grifter and run of the mill scofflaw. From Free Beacon.

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Al Sharpton Adds Deadbeat Debtor to His Resume