The lady has made a name – and a fortune – for herself by deliberately cultivating the ‘pretty girl who says shocking things’ persona.
by Lorraine Devon Wilke •
It’s hard to picture a more colorful or potentially entertaining scenario than Booker and Rivera facing off in a state with the flair and flash of New Jersey!
Every now and then, a Fox employee snaps and the truth comes spilling out.
by Mary Beth Young •
Geraldo Rivera is right. There is no evidence that the Obama administration did anything wrong in Benghazi.
by Justin Acuff •
On Fox and Friends, he comes up with a new conspiracy for their audience
by Don Hamel •
If United States Congressman Luis Guiterrez (D-IL) ever travels through Arizona, he should definitely make sure he has all his documentation.
by Peter Fegan •
It’s hard to believe that at one point in his career, Geraldo Rivera was actually a respected journalist.
by Samantha Orum •
But there is one hoodie that may well send a threatening message after all. The National Rifle Association has a new item for sale in their online store – a concealed carry hooded sweatshirt.
by Bryian Revoner •
If my hoodie makes me less of a man, less of a person and more of a target for racism and maltreatment than I would be without wearing one, it’s just another disgusting, Jim Crow, black eye on the face of American liberty and American justice.
by Wendy Gittleson •
The propaganda channel has been suspiciously silent in the case of the Trayvon Martin shooting, until, that is, Geraldo Rivera spoke up. In Rivera’s opinion, the hoodie is to blame.