Rick Sanchez

Fox's backlash to Sam's kiss is premised on the same stereotypes and stigma about gay sexuality that has motivated more vocal opponents of LGBT equality for decades.
Former CNN anchor Rick Sanchez appeared on HuffPost Live on Tuesday to talk about the presence of Latinos in the media, and
Former CNN anchor Rick Sanchez--who was let go from the network in October 2010 following comments he made on a radio program
Regardless of whether Cubans see themselves as being different than Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, Hondurans or other Hispanics, the fact is that the rest of the world tends to see us as one big homogenous group. And so whether we like it or not, these are our issues.
There is a joke among Israelis that for every two people here, there are at least three opinions. That's what makes the stories of the three men I'm about to tell you about so unexpected.
Micky Rosenfeld is Israel's anti-terrorism superstar. He looks like a uniformed Hollywood pin-up. Then he confides in me what he says keeps him up at night: the rockets are no longer being made in Gaza.
Mahmoud Abbas' acceptance of responsibility for the predicament in which both sides find themselves is remarkable, if for no other reason than because no other Palestinian leader has ever acknowledged rejecting the U.N.'s 1947 borders as a mistake.
Sanchez was fired from his gig as host of "Rick's List" after calling Jon Stewart a "bigot" and seeming to say that Jews
In a surprising turn of events, Rick Sanchez -- who was fired by CNN in October for calling Jon Stewart "a bigot" -- is now
You know how things sometimes just don't add up, signaling to us right away that something's just not right? Well, there are two adults in Arizona, public officials no less, who don't have B.S. detectors.
Here's a reminder to reporters on the teevee: the terrible disaster that happened isn't happening to you, okay?
If CNN wants a zero-tolerance policy on bigotry and hate speech, terrific. Yet it seems as though it was selectively enforced at the expense of one of the most visible Hispanics in broadcasting.
Rick Sanchez says he would consider taking Keith Olbermann's job at MSNBC. In an interview with RumorFix, Sanchez said that
He said he had only recently been able to stomach hearing the interview that ended his career at CNN. When he did, he said
RickSanchezTV Sanchez is scheduled to appear in a "public dialogue" with Rabbi Shmuley Boteach in New York next week. Rick
Our grandparents and great-grandparents lived through a Great Depression with grit and resolve. Unlike many of today's citizenry, who have become a whiny group of rage-a-holics.
This year proved to be a golden one for public relations meltdowns. Compiling this list was easy - trimming it down to the 10 biggest wasn't. As far as PR blunders go, 2010 was a target-rich environment.