VAN JONES by David Bauder NEW YORK (AP) — CNN said Wednesday that it is bringing the political debate show “Crossfire” back on the air this fall with Newt Gingrich as one of the combatants. The former House speaker and Republican presidential candidate will be one of the four regular hosts of the program, taking the conservative side along with commentator S.E. Cupp of The Blaze. Stephanie Cutter, a former campaign spokeswoman for President Barack Obama, and Van Jones, a Yale-educated attorney and advocate for green projects, will speak from the left.
KAREN FINNEY by Antonio R. Harvey MSNBC network touts itself as the “Place for Politics.” While crossing many boundaries and creating its own to pull in different faces, well, it can also claim the title, the “Place for Diversity,” too.
SOLEDAD O’BRIEN AND ROLAND MARTIN (Black America Web.com)–According to various sources, including Michael Cottman at Black America Web, CNN is making some major moves this month. The network is allegedly planning to part ways with Roland Martin, Soledad O’Brien and perhaps even the great Donna Brazile.
Congressman John Lewis by Victor Trammell (blackbluedog.com)–It can go without saying that Congressman John Lewis, (D) Georgia, is a legendary hero of the centuries-old…