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The Wednesday 7-23-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - July 24, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: ObamaCare and Socialism. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: A federal court ruled Tuesday that the feds cannot provide health care insurance subsidies because the ObamaCare law prohibits it. That ruling was almost immediately countered by another court, but there is no question that ObamaCare is headed back to the Supreme Court because it's so chaotic.

The pinheads in Congress passed ObamaCare and didn't know what was in it; even President Obama didn't know what was in the bill. The overriding issue here is the use of taxpayer dollars. ObamaCare is a pure income redistribution play - President Obama and the Democratic Party want to put as much money into the hands of the poor and less affluent as they can, and the health care subsidies are a great way to do that.

Income redistribution is a hallmark of socialism and we in America are now moving in that direction, which has angered the Republican Party and many conservatives. But Republicans have not been able to convince the majority of Americans that income redistribution is harmful. If the entitlement culture expands, businesses contract so there are fewer jobs, and the massive federal debt rises, diminishing the value of the dollar.

But many Americans have no clue about what I just said, and enough of them want free stuff so they continue to elect pro-entitlement politicians. So ObamaCare is much more than providing medical assets to the poor, it's about capitalism vs. socialism. But now, because the law is so nebulous, the Supreme Court will once again get the chance to weigh in, perhaps this time dooming the law forever.
Which is just ridiculous, it's not socialism or income redistribution, it's simply helping people to afford health care, which actually saves the country money because then they are not only going to emergency rooms they get the care they need.

Then the former Obama economic adviser Austan Goolsbee was on to discuss it.

Goolsbee said this: "This is not socialism versus capitalism. Everyone has to buy insurance, and all this does is try to keep it so that the most people have to pay is 10% of their income. That's the same sense of redistribution which exists in Medicare."

Goolsbee admitted that the law is poorly written, but predicted it will be upheld by the Supreme Court, saying this: "Conservatives are always talking about 'original intent,' and it's obvious that the original intent of this law was not to prevent subsidies in the states."

Then Ed Henry was on with O'Reilly to cry about President Obama flying around the country to attend fundraisers. Which they never did one time when Bush was doing it.

Henry said this: "He is basically a lame duck, so he is caring less and less about this criticism. This week there are five workdays and on three of them he's raising money. All presidents raise money, but with all these crises, the optics are horrible for him."

Henry added this: "If he loses control of the Senate, he's going to be done if he no longer has Harry Reid pushing his agenda."

O'Reilly objected to the fact that taxpayers are picking up the tab for the these trips, saying this: "All fundraising trips should be paid for by the party, it's unfair for a president to spend the majority of his time fundraising for his party while all Americans pay."

But when Bush did it O'Reilly never said a word, nothing.

Then Bob Beckel was on to say what the USA should do about the crash site in Russia and the ongoing investigation.

Beckel said this: "You need to secure this site, but the United States should not do it unilaterally. It's not worth us going in there and take the chance of losing American troops."

Beckel also urged stronger economic sanctions against Russia, saying this: "Putin is a rat but he's vastly overestimated. The United States has done some limited sanctions, but the Europeans are aiding and abetting Putin. If the Europeans had the guts to cut off oil and gas from Russia, that would choke this guy economically."

Then Martha MacCallum was on to assess the continuing violence in Chicago.

MacCallum said this: "Four people were killed last weekend, and one of them was an 11-year-old child who was inside a house at a sleepover party. This problem is out of control and I think the president has missed an opportunity to act when it comes to African Americans. Mayor Rahm Emanuel has cut back the police force and they've done nothing to lift the gun ban that has been in place since 1980."

O'Reilly slammed the mayor and the police, saying this: "If the city of Chicago can't control the violence on the South Side, the governor of Illinois should send in the National Guard to patrol these neighborhoods."

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: The Dangers of a Zoned-Out Life. Billy said this: "Anyone who chooses to live their life in a drug or alcohol induced haze is wasting their abilities and mistreating their fellow citizens."

Rick Perry National Guard Order Illegal & Maybe Unconstitutional
By: Steve - July 24, 2014 - 10:00am

And of course O'Reilly supports it, because he is also a Republican who has been calling for Obama to send the National Guard to the border, O'Reilly said this Monday night:
O'REILLY: "I believe this is the right move and it puts Governor Perry in the spotlight for the presidential campaign. Just those pictures of the National Guard on the border will suppress the smuggling industry in Central America."
And now the facts: Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) said Monday he will send 1,000 members of the National Guard to the border.

"I will not stand idly by," Perry said in making the announcement. He told CNN, "the first thing you have to do is stop the flow [of migrants into the United States]."

He also claimed border patrol agents would be distracted by kids crossing the border and would not be able to stop drug traffickers.

But other lawmakers are questioning what role the National Guard could play. The influx of unaccompanied children whose border crossing have been tallied are already being intercepted by border patrol agents, which is how they are later processed and sheltered in the United States during legal proceedings.

The LAW requires that these minors be sheltered while they await legal determinations about whether they have an asylum claim because they are being persecuted in their home countries. And no amount of troops at the border will change the law that requires minors to be at least temporarily housed in the United States.

"The children fleeing violence in Central America are seeking out border patrol agents. They are not trying to evade them. Why send soldiers to confront these kids?" said Congressman JoaquĆ­n Castro (D-TX), slamming Perry for militarizing a humanitarian situation. "Militarizing our border is the wrong response to the arrival of children."

State Sen. Juan Hinojosa also accused Perry of politicizing the issue without actually fixing the problem of an influx of kids fleeing violence. Sheriff Omar Luci, who oversees Cameron County near the border, also suggested Perry's move was political. "I don't know that it helps," he told the Dallas Morning News.

Some sheriffs near the border note that National Guard troops would not be authorized to detain people, and that funds would be better spent on more local deputies and equipment.

Even the head of the National Guard under George W. Bush said earlier this week that he has not yet heard a clear rationale for sending troops to the border. "I'm not sure we've clearly defined the question, and until that is done I am reluctant to tell you that the Guard is the answer," H. Steven Blum told the Washington Post.

"Merely sending the Guard to the border is not a panacea for the myriad complex problems of the current situation."

Perry's move could also run into constitutional problems. The Constitution's Supremacy Clause prohibits states from interfering with areas of regulation that have been preempted by the federal government, and the U.S. Supreme Court has already invalidated provisions of state law that seek to legislate on immigration reform.

Washington and Lee University law professor Margaret Hu said this provision could suffer similar constitutional problems, particularly because it interferes with national security and Department of Homeland Security policies also.

Perry's announcement comes several days after several Republican House of Representatives members introduced a resolution calling on Perry and several other governors in border states to send National Guard troops to the border.

The resolution "recognizes, supports, and defends the Constitutional authority" of these governors to send troops to the border, and urges them to immediately deploy troops. But this, too, raises constitutional flags.

The resolution also commits to covering the cost of the troops -- estimated to be $5 million per week just in Texas. The state is already spending $1.3 million on a state-funded border surge.

The Tuesday 7-22-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - July 23, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: How Some Americans Are Giving President Obama Cover. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: Most Americans believe the USA is in trouble on many fronts and they are holding President Obama accountable for some of the distress, but not all. The president understands that many Americans are not paying attention to what is happening overseas; a majority don't even want to fight terrorists who are surging in Iraq.

Apparently many of us do not see the danger of the ISIS army establishing a base inside Iraq, a base that could threaten the USA. Most Americans do not know what the ISIS army is, they don't know that Iran is close to having a nuclear weapon, and they don't know that Israel is pretty much saying it won't tolerate a nuclear Iran, so war may be looming.

In this age of social media, Americans are becoming more apathetic, more concerned with their wallets and personal lives. Talking Points believes many Americans simply don't understand how weakness is putting us in danger. President Kennedy knew that peace through strength is the only way security happens. I wish President Obama knew that.
And as usual, O'Reilly is wrong. Most Americans still think America is a great country and things are getting better after Bush and the Republicans crashed the economy in 2008. The economy is doing good, jobs are back, unemployment is down, the stock market is setting record highs, and overall the country is doing good, not great, but good.

O'Reilly ignores all that to focus on foreign affairs, that nobody cares about, and slamming Obama every chance he can. To this day he still has not reported the unemployment drop, the June jobs report, or the stock market breaking 17,000. It's total one sided right-wing bias from O'Reilly, and it's a joke, especially from a man who claims to be a non-partisan Independent with a no spin zone.

Then Kirsten Powers and Monica Crowley were on to discuss it.

Powers said this: "I don't think you're wrong if you're saying Obama is not as engaged as he should be. Before the election he actually had high ratings on foreign policy and they've come down a lot because Americans feel there is a lot of chaos in the world. I would defend him in some areas, such as leaving Iraq, but in other areas I would say he has not been engaged."

Crowley said this: "Sometimes you have to do what is unpopular with your own people in order to advance your nation's interest and we don't see that happening. The public is world-weary and the economy has been so bad for so long that they're worried about their own jobs, but there are also a lot of low-information voters out there who either don't know or don't care to know about what's going on in the world."

Then Univision anchor Jorge Ramos was on to talk about his swim across the Rio Grande to demonstrate the method used by some illegals to enter the USA.

Ramos said this: "I learned that it is really dangerous. There are strong undercurrents, it is full of debris and contaminated, and in the last 9 months 33 people have drowned in the Laredo area. But in spite of the danger, Central American children prefer to cross the river than stay home. I don't think any government should be in the business of deporting endangered children - that's not the Christian way, it's not the American way. These are refugees."

And of course O'Reilly disagreed and reminded Ramos that children are in danger all over the world and America can not welcome them all, saying this: "We have to stop them from coming, and we should have quick hearings for the ones who are already here. If their lives are in danger back home, certainly that should be taken into consideration."

Then get Congress to change the damn law, or shut up about it, not to mention Bush signed the law and O'Reilly never mentions that, while blaming Obama for it, which is just ridiculous.

Then O'Reilly had the conservative author Jason Riley on to talk about his new book that argues liberalism and big government actually harm black Americans. Which is not just wrong, it's insane. But O'Reilly agrees with him so he had him on to promote his ridiculous book.

Riley said this: "The media continues to run to Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson to talk on behalf of black people, but all they want to talk about is what whites should be doing, not what blacks should be doing on behalf of themselves. They want a narrative out there that all the problems in the black community are a result of white racism, not a result of black behavior."

Riley even tried to explain why black men in particular have struggled over the past decades, saying this: "It's because of the approach taken by the Great Society programs. Blacks ultimately must help themselves, they have to develop the same habits and attitudes that other groups had. Open-ended welfare policies don't help a group develop a work ethic, they don't help encourage responsible parenting or child-bearing. The government needs to stop helping!"

O'Reilly then lauded Riley, but also questioned what to do to help children in truly chaotic situations, saying this: "If you're a born into a poor home and your father is gone, the message of self-reliance never even gets to the kid."

So let me get this straight, these two wealthy right-wing idiots say that helping poor black Americans actually hurts them, it's not only a lie, it's proven right-wing propaganda.

Then Kimberly Guilfoyle & Lis Wiehl were on to talk about the federal court ruling Tuesday that the federal government can not give Americans subsidies to buy health insurance, which is a foundation of ObamaCare. But another court simultaneously came to the exact opposite conclusion. Without telling you the first federal court was a majority of Republicans, and most legal experts say their ruling will not stand.

Wiehl said this: "Both courts are looking at the same statute, which says that only the states can pay subsidies. One court said that is open to interpretation, but they are not reading the plain meaning of the law."

Kimberly Guilfoyle turned to the 36-year-old Texas woman who tried to mail ricin-laced letters to President Obama, saying this: "She was having problems with her husband and she tried to frame him by mailing these letters. She pleaded guilty, the judge sentenced her to 18 years and a fine of $367,000. She's a mother of six who gave birth in custody."

Then the Republican Tom Shillue was on to talk about a new poll, that says tens of millions of Americans believe in various conspiracy theories. With no Democratic guest on for balance. Comedian Tom Shillue reacted to the fact that 23% of Americans don't believe President Obama is an American citizen.

Shillue said this: "This doesn't surprise me. I think we all know he was born in Hawaii, but a lot of Americans don't know Hawaii is in the United States. And I'm inclined to believe them - what is Hawaii other than a volcano in the ocean floor. So the president was born on a big lump of magma, he may not be a citizen and I think he should be impeached!"

Shillue was more serious about the 24% of Americans who believe the government knew about the 9/11 attacks in advance, saying this: "This gets me angry. If you think that we knew about 9/11 before it happened, why would you stay here? I would go to the Galapagos Islands."

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day that was once again not a tip, just O'Reilly promoting two more right-wing books.

Gene Simmons Clueless About The 1% And Taxes People Pay
By: Steve - July 23, 2014 - 10:00am

Gene Simmons, bassist and frontman of KISS, said something in an interview last week that caught the attention of Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler.

Simmons said this: "The 1 percent pays 80 percent of all taxes. Fifty percent of the population of the U.S. pays no taxes. The 1 percent provides all the jobs for everybody else. If the 1 percent didn't exist, there would be chaos and the American economy would drop dead."

That statement got him four Pinocchios, the blog's highest rating for "whoppers."

Kessler notes that Simmons ridiculous claims echo the infamous 47% comments by Mitt Romney, who the rocker supported for president in 2012. But while Romney said the 47% "who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe the government has a responsibility to care for them," pay no income tax, Simmons claimed they don't pay any taxes at all.

Which is a lie, just because someone is not paying INCOME tax does not mean they are not paying payroll taxes, state taxes, city taxes, gas taxes, property taxes, etc. which contributes to programs like Social Security and Medicare.

But even worse than the "no taxes" claim is the idea that the 1% pays 80% of all taxes. Kessler wrote this:
KESSLER: The top 1 percent actually pays about 26 percent of all federal taxes. (A report from the Institute for Taxation and Economic Policy pegs the figure at nearly 24 percent if state and local taxes are included.)

Even if you count only income taxes, it works out to 34 percent. Note that the top 1 percent pays just 4 percent of payroll taxes, as the burden of those taxes falls more heavily on the lower and middle classes.
Simmons may enjoy the 1% lifestyle, but he needs to get his facts straight, The top 1 percent does pay a large share of taxes (and has a large share of income) but his claims are just wrong, especially when talking about all taxes.

And the working men and women who pay most of those payroll taxes earn that money working real jobs, not being CEO's and Rock Stars, who mostly pay taxes by making money with money, not sweating at backbreaking jobs doing manual labor. Simmons is your typical right-wing clueless rich guy, and most likely a jerk.

The Monday 7-21-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - July 22, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: Is President Obama Misusing his Power? The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: President Obama is misusing presidential power, but not in the way you might think. Some presidents have misused their powers in aggressive ways, such as Richard Nixon intimidating witnesses in the Watergate case or Lyndon Johnson misleading the people about the war in Vietnam. Today we have a president who is misusing his power by not using that power to solve vital problems.

The Obama administration was told a year ago that organized criminals were beginning to smuggle children into the USA in great numbers. The president could have cracked down, but he did not and now the USA will have to deal with about 100,000 desperate children. Then we have the ISIS terror army, which has taken over a third of Iraq and is now persecuting Christians. What has President Obama done to the ISIS army?

U.S. intelligence warned the president that Islamic militants were gathering power in Syria, but he did nothing to stop that. And finally, there is Putin, who armed the terrorists in Ukraine with rockets that shot down the Malaysian plane. President Obama has slapped a few sanctions on Putin, but nothing like he could have done. It is quite clear that President Obama does not want to lead in the traditional way; he apparently wants to ruminate about things.

The signal he consistently sends is that America will not right wrongs except in emergency circumstances. But he doesn't see the border incursion as an emergency, nor does he see the ISIS army as an emergency. Add it all up and you get a misuse of the power that we, the American people, bestowed upon Barack Obama.
Which is just laughable, and all right-wing spin, with no Democratic guest on for balance, just the biased Charles Krauthammer to join the slam Obama club for everything. While ignoring all the good news in America, jobs are back, the stock market is setting records, and the unemployment rate is dropping, all measures of the health of the economy, and O'Reilly ignores it all.

Krauthammer said this: "The president misuses his power on domestic issues, where he writes laws, cancels laws, and changes laws. But on foreign affairs he's so far over his head that he doesn't know what to do. He tries to use moral suasion on a thug like Putin, then he's surprised when nothing actually happens. On the border issue, I think he's immobilized because he's so politically cynical. He has the rest of the country that is appalled and aghast that we have lost control of the border. So he does nothing."

Then Mary K. Ham and Juan Williams were on to discuss the growing criticism of President Obama's tendency to golf and raise money while the world burns. Criticism that is only coming from right-wing loons btw. Something O'Reilly does not mention, or the fact that the same people said nothing when Bush did it.

Ham said this: "Presidents can do things like golf and take vacations, and run the country at the same time. But the sense of the American people is that he is only doing the politicking."

But Williams defended President Obama's leisure activities, saying this: "It doesn't matter to anybody but the president's harshest critics that he would have burger with the American people. This is about people who don't like President Obama trying to shame him, and they're doing it on very weak grounds."

O'Reilly said this: "I don't begrudge him playing golf, the president has to clear his mind. But this president is now setting a frivolous tone."

Which is just laughable, and O'Reilly would never say that about a Republican President who did the very same thing. And btw folks, Juan Williams was the only Democratic guest on the entire show, and he had to be on with the 2 Republicans O'Reilly and Ham, so it was an unfair 2 on 1 segment anyway. Not to mention Williams is barely a Democrat who even admitted he leans right most of the time.

Basically the entire show was an hour long Obama slamfest with 99% right-wing guests, and almost no Democrats for balance, even though O'Reilly claims to personally make sure he has a balanced guest list.

Then Brit Hume was on to assess the performance of Secretary of State John Kerry, saying this: "It's very much a work in progress, and we can't really assess his performance because these things are all still boiling. But I can think of only one thing that has been a success, which is that he negotiated the deal under which there will be a recount in Afghanistan. That showed some skill and finesse and it was a good thing. As for the Israelis and Palestinians, he tried to broker a full-scale deal. It didn't work, but many other secretaries of state and presidents have also tried and failed."

Then Karl Rove was on, he talked about Texas Governor Rick Perry, who announced that he will deploy 1,000 National Guard troops to the border with Mexico.

Rove said this: "I think he's more interested in getting this problem solved than in the political consequences. But there is a danger for Perry because there is a qualitative difference in having the National Guard brought forward by the president or by a governor. If the president does it, you can integrate the Guard with the Border Patrol agents, but Governor Perry doesn't have any authority over the Border Patrol. It would be much more effective if the president did it."

And of course the Republican O'Reilly praised Perry's decision, saying this: "I believe this is the right move and it puts Governor Perry in the spotlight for the presidential campaign. Just those pictures of the National Guard on the border will suppress the smuggling industry in Central America."

Except Perry is a total moron who can not even remember his own policies, and will never be elected President by the people who have a brain.

Then Megyn Kelly was on to talk about a Texas group called Cop Block, that follows police officers and records their activities, purportedly to discourage police brutality.

Kelly said this: "The bad behavior by some cops gets so much media coverage, that in some communities they get a reputation as bad people. This group says they don't hate the cops, they say they're about accountability, but the problem is that no one has hired them or asked them to provide that service. But this is legal in all 50 states - you're allowed to film the police as long as they're in a public place."

In other words, O'Reilly and Kelly do not want the regular folks filming the police to make sure they do not break laws because it makes them look bad, when it's 100% legal. Even after recent video of cops punching a helpless woman in the face, and choking a guy to death, even though choke holds are illegal. Now imagine what they are doing we do not see on video. So much for O'Reilly supporting the regular folks, what a joke.

And btw, O'Reilly ignores all these cop abuse stories, he does not report them, proving he is biased, and a fool that should be sued for calling himself a journalist who is looking out for the little guy.

Then the moron Jesse Watters was on, even though he has zero journalistic credibility, he took his crew and curiosity to the liberal Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he asked locals what the federal government owes to its poorer citizens.

Some of their replies: "Why can't poor people eat lobster?" ... "People should get $100,000 per year" ... "If people like movies, give them DVD players and TVs" ... "Free Red Sox tickets would be pretty cool."

And what they do not tell you is that a lot of those comments were made as a joke and people being sarcastic. Ask yourself why O'Reilly never sends the worthless Watters to talk to right-wing nuts who are prepping for doomsday or any of those loons.

Back in the studio, Watters concluded that the folks in Cambridge are extraordinarily generous with other people's money, saying this: "One guy said we should give poor people a two-family house in Cape Cod and walking-around money. Five out of the eight people I interviewed were Harvard students and they want free stuff."

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: Consider Some Consideration. Billy said this: "When you're out in public, whether on the road or in a shop or on the street, try to be considerate of other people. To do otherwise makes you a selfish pinhead."

Crazy Congressional Staffer Arrested For Gun In Capitol Building
By: Steve - July 22, 2014 - 10:00am

And of course he is a Republican gun nut, who somehow thought it was ok to carry a pistol without a license, which is a felony btw.This is how far-right the Republican party is in America now, and what a shocker, not. O'Reilly ignored the entire story.

Rep. Tom Marino's (R-PA) press secretary was arrested Friday for bringing a gun into the U.S. Capitol building. Ryan Shucard, press secretary for the congressman brought a 9mm handgun and magazine into one of the House office buildings, but was stopped by Capitol Police and detained.

He is being charged with carrying a pistol without a license, a felony.

Shucard was placed on unpaid leave that will last until we know more about the situation, Marino's chief of staff, Bill Tighe said. Another official tells the Washington Post that Shucard brought the gun by accident, which is just laughable. And it is not legal anywhere in the District of Columbia (Congress or otherwise) to carry a pistol without a license.

The arrest comes just two days after another member of Congress, Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) is pushing to change gun laws in the District by denying any appropriations to city government to enforce its own gun laws. Because DC is only a semi-autonomous district and not a state, its laws are in the hands of members of Congress from other districts, like Massie, who sometimes seek to use it as a political playground.

Massie's appropriations amendment doesn't actually change DC law, it simply forbids the District from spending its own money on enforcing any gun law, according to the most recent version of the text:
None of the funds made available by this Act, including amounts made available under titles IV or VIII, may be used by any authority of the government of the District of Columbia to enforce any provision of the Firearms Registration Amendment Act of 2008 (D.C. Law 17-372), the Inoperable Pistol Amendment Act of 2008 (D.C. Law 17-388) the Firearms Amendment Act of 2012 (D.C. Law 19-170), or the Administrative Disposition for Weapons Offenses Amendment Act of 2012 (D.C. Law 19-295).
Massie's fellow Kentuckian, Senator Rand Paul, has made similar proposals in the past, tacking onto a bill for DC autonomy two amendments: one saying DC residents need to be able to carry concealed weapons, and another that more firearms dealers should be allowed in the District.

Of course, Massie's law would not affect Congressional grounds, because Congress, while in DC, sets its own separate rules. And even if it passed, it still would not be allowed for Shucard to bring in a pistol as he did on Friday.

Obama Signing Executive Order Countering Hobby Lobby Ruling
By: Steve - July 21, 2014 - 10:00am

Friday it was announced that President Obama is not intimidated by Hobby Lobby, or powerful Catholic and evangelical religious leaders, and will sign an executive order on Monday barring discrimination against gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender employees doing federal government work. The religious right will not get the religious exemption, or the President's deference to the Christian prerogative.

By not allowing the religious leaders to intimidate him, President Obama drew a demarcation line between religious freedom conservative style and the United States Constitution's guarantee of equal rights for all Americans. The President also sent a powerful message to the religious right that regardless the High Court's ruling, religious liberty is not a license to discriminate; even among so-called Christian friends of the White House.

The President had warned last month that because Republicans in Congress obstructed progress on the anti-bias law, Employment Nondiscrimination Act (ENDA), he would take action on his own to protect the LGBT community from religious discrimination in hiring.

The President's order is certain to enrage Bill O'Reilly and his Republican friends who are already angry the White House is working while the right-wing Congress sits on its hands pandering to religious and corporate fascists. But the President's new protections are built on longstanding executive orders dealing with discrimination in hiring that apply to federal contractors approved by Lyndon Johnson in 1965, Richard Nixon in 1969, and Bill Clinton in 1995 and 1998.

All Presidents took their oath to defend the Constitution's guarantee of equal rights seriously, but they did not face angry and substantial opposition from the religious liberty crowd like President Obama has.

The president of the Human Rights Campaign, Chad Griffin, said that "With the stroke of a pen, the president will have a very real and immediate impact on the lives of millions of L.G.B.T. people across the country. These actions from the president have the potential to be a keystone in the arch of his administration's progress, and they send a powerful message to future administrations and to Congress that anti-L.G.B.T. discrimination must not be tolerated."

The President sent an even more powerful message to the religious right that their plans to use the Hobby Lobby decision as a religious weapon to eviscerate anti-discrimination laws and 14th Amendment equal protection guarantees will not go unchallenged.

Which is why the Hobby Lobby ruling was made by the conservatives on the Supreme Court, so corporations could use it to discriminate against gays using religious arguments. And a FACT O'Reilly never tells you about.

There is no doubt the threat of lengthy and expensive lawsuits against the government by the National Alliance of Evangelicals is empty. In fact, the impetus for the Hobby Lobby lawsuit was as much about fulfilling the Manhattan Declaration mission to abolish anti-discrimination laws as it was banning contraceptives and abortion.

The religious leaders letter demanding the President's deference to the Christian prerogative was a trial to determine how committed he was to protecting equal rights for the LGBT community, and the President's message could not be clearer or more decisive; religious freedom is not freedom to discriminate.

O'Reilly, Fox News, and the religious right celebrated the Hobby Lobby decision as the ticket to use religious freedom to run roughshod over the rights of Americans unwilling to comply with their religious edicts. While they were waving the religious liberty flag, Hobby Lobby ruling, and the Christian bible to intimidate the President of the United States into doing their bidding and authorizing legal discrimination, Barack Obama held up the United States Constitution and said this document, not the Christian bible, is the law of the land.

O'Reilly & His GOP Friends Are Calling For A Border Wall
By: Steve - July 20, 2014 - 10:00am

Where the so-called border crisis is concerned (that is, the sudden influx of refugee children) the Republican Party, its Tea Party leaders, conservative pundits, and various ethnic nationalist militias, are collectively acting like they're in a bath tub suddenly filling with cockroaches.

This is not the Republican Party's finest moment and it is difficult to see how they think their reaction, which includes demonizing innocent refugee children, is going to get them votes either from the Latino community or from sympathetic independents.

And on a practical level, are their ideas to remedy the crisis worthy of serious consideration. You remember Herman Cain's infamous alligator-filled moat and his plan to fry Mexicans on his electrified fence as they cross the border. We've been entertained and horrified by plans to invade Mexico.

Back in June Bill O'Reilly advocated militarizing our border with Mexico. Getting together with Brit Hume, he said that elected Democrats 1) don't want to militarize the border, and 2) don't support tough measures to keep illegal aliens out.

Hume responded that Democrats convictions fit nicely with their politics. He agreed with O'Reilly that this is because it is politically advantageous for Democrats. After all, as he pointed out, the Latino vote is growing all the time.

O'Reilly even claimed that "there is a strain of thought in this country that the Democratic Party actively wants chaos on the border, actively wants millions of people to come here." Brit Hume tried to point to the legalities involved, particularly with the immigrant children bigots are making such a fuss about, but O'Reilly insisted on seeing this as just another layer of a Democratic conspiracy.
O'Reilly: You could militarize that border and you could secure that border.
Hume: Bill, suppose you militarize the border and a bunch of kids are coming across. What are you going to do? Shoot them?
O'Reilly: They wouldn't get in because there would be a wall and a barrier there.
Hume: In other words, you'd have a giant wall across our entire southern border to stop the children from coming.
O'Reilly: To stop everybody from coming.
Hume: I understand that. So that's the O'Reilly Plan.
On July 2nd, Charles Krauthammer appeared on The O'Reilly Factor and advocated a fence:
O'Reilly: How do you secure the border, Charles?
Krauthammer: Alright, here's what I've been on for years. You start with a fence. It's very simple. People say, Oh, fences don't work. You make a ladder. Well, then you build two fences, triple strand fences. San Diego did that in the mid 90's and within a decade, the illegal immigration rate at that point was reduced by 90% and people ended up going through other places like Arizona.

Fences work. Yes, there are parts of the border where you can't have a fence, fine. So you don't have it in those areas and you do heavy patrols. But there is no reason why a rich country like us cannot put a fence across -- a double fence, a triple fence and patrol it all the time. That would have a tremendous impact.
Laura Ingraham, appearing on the same episode, agreed with Krauthammer, saying this:
INGRAHAM: I think Krauthammer is right, we need a wall and/or a fence in the places along the border that that is practical. We have to absolutely have that in place.
On the July 16 edition of The O'Reilly Factor , Bill-O entertained Karl Rove with what he styled Charles Krauthammer's concept of the East German border fence, aka the Berlin Wall. O'Reilly said, "nobody could get through that fence. Nobody. It was a formidable obstacle."

Which is not true, of course. People DID get through that fence. They went over it by zip line, tightrope and hot air balloons just for a start. In fact, some 5,000 people escaped over, under and through the Berlin Wall, forcing the communist government to throw ever more money at it.

The Republican idea of a fortified border certainly sounds imposing, but history has shown big walls don't work. Hadrian's Wall didn't keep the Picts out of Roman Britain; the Great Wall of China did not protect China from either the Huns or the Mongols; the Maginot Line did not keep the Germans out of France, and neither the Atlantic Wall nor the Siegfried Line kept the Allies out of Germany.

As General George S. Patton said, "fixed fortifications are a monument to the stupidity of man."

And to the stupidity of the Republican Party, apparently.

Yet O'Reilly insisted, "The Israeli's have done the same thing," making him wrong again, since the Israeli's are not trying to keep people in, but out. O'Reilly seems to have a problem with ingress and egress, which is not surprising given his hostility toward reality in general. O'Reilly concluded that "We haven't done that on the southern border. That's mistake number one."

O'Reilly then advocated deploying the National Guard "to stop the madness just as you stopped the madness in the Rodney King riots and Hurricane Katrina and all those other things." Since the Obama administration hasn't done these things, O'Reilly concluded that there is a dereliction of leadership here.

O'Reilly seems to totally miss the point that walls have to be manned and patrolled, on both sides. Does he imagine the National Guard will remain on duty forever? How does he think this wall will be funded? Or like Bush's wars, will it not be funded at all?

If we are going to build a wall, we should build it around O'Reilly and the GOP. A symbolic wall, of course, because we know it wouldn't keep Republicans out. They'd just start digging tunnels under it.

Where does the money come from to pay for the wall, or the thousands of troops it would take to patrol it, let alone supply them. O'Reilly says we are broke, so where does the trillions it would cost to build the wall come from, is O'Reilly going to pay for it, not hardly, he is even calling for tax cuts, so how does a bankrupt country pay trillions for a 3000 mile long wall?

O'Reilly has no answer to that question, and never will, because it will never happen. Because any political party that votes to build a wall will lose all the latino votes and never win another election, so it will never ever happen, and O'Reilly is a fool to even suggest it, let alone say it's a failure of leadership by Obama, when no Republican Presidents have done it either, and never will.

Boehner's Obama Lawsuit Leads To Massive Democratic Fundraising
By: Steve - July 19, 2014 - 10:00am

Thank you John Boehner. Because of you the Democratic party is taking in massive amounts of money.

John Boehner's lawsuit against the president is seriously wounding Republicans. The DCCC announced that they had outraised Republicans in June, $25.3 million to $10.9 million.

Congressional Democrats have $50.9 million in the bank, and $18.4 million more than they had at this point in 2012. As of June, House Democrats have $8.4 million cash advantage over House Republicans.

DCCC Chairman Steve Israel said this: "Whether it's the Republicans shutdown or the lawsuit against President Obama, their misguided priorities and damaging agenda are energizing our supporters to elect commonsense leaders who will stand up for the middle class. While Republicans cater to the most radical elements of their party, Democrats will continue to fight to end the damaging dysfunction and focus on strengthening the economy for middle-class families."

The cash advantage is already starting to payoff for Democrats. According to the DCCC, "The impact of the DCCC's fundraising dominance is becoming clear, when the DCCC reserved $14 million more than the NRCC in fall ad time in 10 more districts. In addition, the DCCC has massively expanded its investment in field operations and put staff on the ground in dozens of districts starting in January, six months earlier than ever before."

On the other side of the aisle, House Republicans are so broke that they are having to strong arm members to pay their dues. There is serious concern among Republicans that the lack of funds could cost them seats in November. The national Republican Party and outside groups are putting their resources behind capturing the Senate, so many incumbent House Republicans are on their own.

Speaker Boehner's gimmick lawsuit against President Obama has misfired on many levels. Politically, it has energized Democrats instead of Republicans.

Financially, House Democrats have been able to raise millions of dollars off of the Speaker's decision to sue the president. The lawsuit also gave Democrats a ready issue that allowed them to make the Republican refusal to do their jobs for the benefit of the American people a central theme of the campaign.

John Boehner has harmed the Republican Party with his lawsuit. Democrats are invading districts earlier than ever, and they are organizing voters to come out in November. House Republicans may be counting their chickens a bit too soon. If Boehner and the GOP aren't careful, Democrats will be gaining House seats this November.

The Thursday 7-17-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - July 18, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: A plane goes down in Ukraine and Israel launches military operations. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: There was a savage display over the skies of Ukraine Thursday, with killers firing a missile at a civilian airliner and killing 298 people. Also, Israel has sent ground troops into Palestinian territory to hunt down Hamas terrorists and their rocket arsenals. Hundreds have been killed there.

So there is bad news all over the place tonight, and we begin with the jetliner. The Malaysian Airlines flight was shot out of the sky over eastern Ukraine, and suspicion immediately fell on separatists who want part of Ukraine to be annexed by Russia. Vladimir Putin is supplying the heavy weapons to these terrorists so he is directly responsible.

Over the next few days you will hear the usual calls for investigations and meetings and discussions, but little will happen to Putin because the West is essentially afraid of him. The families and friends of 298 human beings grieve tonight. Is Putin grieving?
Then James Rosen was on, he said this: "Senior U.S. officials have confirmed that the plane was shot down by a BUK surface-to-air missile, which is the very category of missile that the rebels in eastern Ukraine have boasted about having acquired. Ukraine officials say they have phone intercepts that directly implicate two Russian military intelligence officials in this attack, but the Kremlin has issued a statement attributing responsibility for this incident to Ukraine. This stands to escalate the whole Ukraine crisis and tensions in U.S.-Russian relations to a new level."

Then Wall Street Journal foreign affairs columnist Bret Stephens was on, he said this: "We have to establish a chain of responsibility here. The military commander of the separatist group in Ukraine was believed to have been a member of the successor to the KGB, and the connection between these separatists and Russia is undeniable. The question is whether Obama is going to pursue the same strategy he did after Crimea, which is condemn and forget, or whether there will be a genuine change of American policy towards Russia."

Then Ed Henry was on to cry about Obama doing fundraisers, even though they never said a word about Bush doing fundraisers during his 8 years.

President Obama spent his Thursday night at a New York City fundraiser, and Henry said this about it: "It's hard to argue with the imagery of this. Last week he was fundraising in Texas and said he wouldn't go to the border because he's not interested in photo-ops. But what did he do today as this crisis was unfolding? A photo-op with a single mom in Delaware and then an event to push for more highway funding."

O'Reilly said he was perplexed by the president's priorities: "This fundraising in the face of intense situations makes President Obama look bad, but he doesn't seem to care. He's here at an apartment on the Upper West Side charging $32,000 a head."

Then James Carville and Republican Kate Obenshain talked about the president's fundraisers.

Obenshain said this: "This is stunning and I am lacking words. It's not just the fundraisers, which are bad enough. But in his speech today on transportation he gave 40 seconds to the airline, which he called a potential tragedy, then proceeded to launch into jokes for the rest of the speech."

Carville argued that President Obama remains engaged and on top of events, saying this: "They're getting the information and they've already implemented sanctions against Russia. You can dispute whether the optics are good or bad, but I don't think it's irresponsible for him to be at a fundraiser."

Then David Lee Miller and John Huddy were on to talk about Israel and the Gaza Strip.

Huddy said this: "There has been a lot of heavy artillery fire. There were just two tremendous explosions from air strikes and we've seen a lot of cannon fire. We've also heard machine gun fire which signals the fact that troops are now on the ground."

Miller added that Israel has been planning the invasion for weeks, saying this: "Some 58,000 reservists have already been called up and apparently the decision to do this was made a few days ago. The talk of a cease fire in the past few days was just talk and a diversion."

Then Jennifer Griffin and Michael Rubin were on to talk more about the plane that was shot down.

Griffin said this: "The State Department is not commenting on reports that there were 23 Americans on board. They released a list breaking down other countries, but there were 46 people unaccounted for. If this was an S-300 missile, and they are investigating that, only Russia has the S-300. That would be a real game-changer if it was actually fired from Russian territory."

Rubin blamed President Obama for the crisis, saying this: "Isolationism doesn't work. When you ignore a problem it metastasizes and that's exactly what we saw in Ukraine. What really scares me is that this isn't just about the Ukraine and Russia. Thousands of missiles have gone missing in Libya because we led from behind."

Which is just laughable, and nothing but right-wing propaganda. Because if Obama had done something then the right-wing stooges would blame him for doing something, they just blame everything on Obama to make him look bad when he had nothing to do with any of it.

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day that was once again not a tip, just O'Reilly begging Attorney General Eric Holder to come on his biased show.

O'Reilly Delusional: Claims His Book Was Ignored By The Media
By: Steve - July 18, 2014 - 10:00am

It's official, Bill O'Reilly has lost his mind. On the Wednesday night Factor show he claimed the media has ignored his book, which is not only ridiculous, it's a 100% flat out lie.

Here is the video:

And now here are the facts:

On his Fox News show Wednesday, Bill O'Reilly wrapped up the program by asserting that his endlessly promoted book Killing Jesus "has been pretty much ignored in the media."

The statement came as part of his "tip of the day segment," where he encouraged viewers to be skeptical of what they read online.

And after that tip they also might want to be skeptical of what they see on cable TV news shows on Fox.

Has O'Reilly's book, which was released in September, been ignored by the news media? Not hardly.

When the book was released, O'Reilly went on the type of promotional tour Kris Jenner would kill one of her children for, here is a partial listing of the media coverage for his book:

-- Killing Jesus was reviewed Sep. 23 in USA Today.
-- On Sep. 29, O'Reilly hawked his book on CBS's 60 Minutes.
-- On Sep. 30, he did the same on NBC's Today.
-- On Oct. 1, it was ABC's The View. He showed up again on Apr. 16, 2014.
-- On Oct. 30, he was on Katie to promote the book.
-- O'Reilly appeared on CBS's Late Show in Oct. 2013 and again in Mar. 2014.
-- Erik Wemple at the Washington Post critiqued the book on Nov. 11.
-- On Nov. 16, O'Reilly was on Tonight Show to promote the book.
-- On May. 19, O'Reilly pitched his book on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live.
-- Again at the Washington Post, Sally Quinn published a conversation she had with the author about the book. That was as recent as Mar. 21.

If that's being ignored, I'm Elvis.

The Wednesday 7-16-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - July 17, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: Americans outraged over the border situation. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: Gallup asked more than 1,000 adults this question: 'What do you think is the most important problem facing this country today?' 17% say 'immigration/illegal aliens,' which is up from just 3% in January. Second is dissatisfaction with government, and third is the economy. So the porous border and foreign children suffering because of it is the most important issue the nation is facing.

The main culprit for the latest humanitarian disaster is President Obama and it is up to him to fix the problem. The DEA has an intelligence arm which recently interviewed 230 illegal aliens who were detained on the border. 219 of them say the primary reason people from Central America are coming here illegally is that they believe they can stay.

The myth that the far left is putting out, that Central American countries are actively harming their populations, is destroyed by that survey. The border chaos is directly affecting all parts of the USA; some governors are condemning the Obama administration for not informing them before they move illegal aliens into their states. That's atrocious!

Talking Points has pinpointed the problem - there is very little leadership coming out of the White House or Congress on almost every issue. Because of that, America is drifting into very dangerous territory. A war may break out in the Middle East, terrorism is on the rise, and illegal aliens continue to flood into the country without consequence.

Americans have to make their disenchantment loud and clear by directly contacting Senators and Representatives and by voting in November. Let's throw the bums out!
And what O'Reilly did not tell you is that the immigration poll numbers are a temporary spike, the 17% is up from 5% in June. Most of which is Republicans voting in the poll, and the right-wing media crying about it all the time. It has spiked before up to 10% then drops back down to 5% or so. Most people still worry more about the economy and jobs then they do about illegal immigration.

Then Karl Rove was on, he said this: "The failure of the president's leadership on this, is going to gravely hurt him, in part because it is bollixed up with a lot of other things. We're looking at the world melting down, the economy not good, and the president's leadership on the border is appalling. I do not understand why he didn't go to the border and use the prestige of his office."

O'Reilly reminded Rove that his former boss George W. Bush, as well as many other presidents, also failed to secure the border, saying this: "We have not built a secure fence on the border and we have not put the National Guard at the border. There is a dereliction of leadership and I think it's political."

Duh, of course it's political, neither party want to make the Latinos mad because then they will not vote for them.

Then Ed Henry was on with his take on the administration's demeanor, saying this: "I don't see a sense of panic. They think that a lot of the problems are being exaggerated and they do not see that it's spiraling out of control. They understand that the public is not happy with the crisis, but they simply don't think it's the president's fault. They believe that if Republicans had worked with the president on border security and immigration reform that maybe we'd be in a better place."

Then the Republican Senator Marco Rubio was on to talk about the situation at the Mexican border.

Rubio said this: "I would never have signed an executive action granting deferred action to those who are in this country illegally. That sent a message that invited people to come and you see the disaster that has followed. There needs to be an all-out effort to finally put to rest the illegal immigration problem. This involves the construction of strategic fencing and also the deployment of technologies to secure the border with Mexico."

Rubio also recommended that children here illegally be sent back to their countries, saying this: "The leading reason why this is happening is because word of mouth is spreading, that if you make it to the United States as an unaccompanied minor or as a family with children you will be treated differently than adults who are traveling by themselves. That word gets back, people see that they've made the voyage safely."

Then Gretchen Carlson was on to talk about a Fourth of July parade in Nebraska included a float resembling an outhouse that was labeled "Obama Presidential Library."

The Justice Department, under criticism for avoiding other issues, is actually investigating the float's creator. Carlson said this: "The Justice Department sent a representative to Nebraska, someone who investigates discrimination disputes. There was a meeting with the NAACP and the mayor of this small town. The DOJ certainly has bigger fish to fry - maybe they could put a special prosecutor on the IRS situation or Benghazi or other big things that are happening."

And of course no Democratic guest was on to comment, and O'Reilly downplayed it saying it was nothing. But if it was done to a Republican President they would have a different story. It was racist, and maybe even hate speech. I would say it was even un-American. But when liberals did things (almost the same) to Bush O'Reilly reported it every time and called for them to be investigated by the feds.

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: Read With Caution. Billy said this: "Always, always be extra-skeptical about what you read on the Internet and elsewhere."

And I would say to always be careful what you believe from O'Reilly and Fox News, because usually 90% of it is right-wing spin on the news. O'Reilly spins the news as much as anyone, if not more than anyone else.

O'Reilly Takes Extreme Far-Right Personhood Position
By: Steve - July 17, 2014 - 10:00am

Here is more proof Bill O'Reilly is a far-right, pro-life lunatic, despite his claims of being a non-partisan Independent. Tuesday night O'Reilly said that because human DNA is present upon conception, if the woman takes any kind of pill or anything to stop the DNA from becoming a child it is an abortion.

Which is ridiculous, and only the far-right extreme Republicans believe that, it is not a scientific fact, and the Supreme Court has ruled that you are not a person until the sperm eggs have been fertilized. In fact, the US Supreme Court ruled it is not a person until the boy or girl could live on it's own outside the womb.

That is the law, the law O'Reilly claims to go by. So even though DNA is present at conception it is still not a person yet. And anyone who says it is are lying to you, they are nothing but far-right fools.

Bill O'Reilly is an old Republican Catholic who hates abortion and those women who access what is their constitutional right. His pro-life zealotry included relentless attacks on the abortion provider, Dr. George Tiller, which contributed to a climate of hate in which the doctor was murdered by a religiously motivated man whose anti-choice views squared nicely with those of O'Reilly.

And now that the US Senate will be taking up legislation that would reverse a number of radical anti-choice state laws, Billy is not happy. Tuesday night, in attacking Democratic senators who support this bill, he claimed the DNA present at conception argument of the radical, pro-life personhood crowd was true.

O'Reilly said this: "As we know, human DNA is present upon conception. That has caused some people to question whether abortion is the destruction of a human being."

He did mention that "the Supreme Court has rule otherwise in Roe V Wade which is the law of the land." But he also noted that some states, like Texas, are passing laws which make abortion "tougher to get."

Then the pro-life Kirsten Powers who, along with Bill, has attacked women who have late term abortions and who, along with Megyn Kelly, attacked TX legislator Wendy Davis, described the legislative effort as "an election year stunt."

She added that this is an attempt to "get women ginned up" about the "so-called war on women." She described the proposed legislation as "destructive" and then told a lie and speculated that the laws were "put in place to make clinics safer."

The TRAP laws, which impose unnecessary restrictions on abortion providers, are opposed by the medical community. Then she continued to spew out pro-life talking points by morphing what happened at the Gosnell clinic with safe, legal abortions and claiming that these laws were created in response to women who have died.

O'Reilly then lied when he said that most of the laws involve waiting periods when, in reality, the newest batch of pro-life laws is aimed at clinics and doctors. O'Reilly attacked the two Democrats (Sen. Blumenthal and Baldwin) whose efforts to spearhead this new law which disturbs him. He reiterated his pro-life talking point about DNA at conception "that's beyond any debate."

He accused the senators and those who are pro-choice of not caring about the DNA and wanting lots of easy abortion "with no moral consideration attached to it." He asked "who are these people to reject human DNA?"

Powers responded that they dispute that the DNA "makes a human life. In condemning not just the Senators but all those who are pro-choice, he shouted that they "dispute this with no data whatsoever and that is disturbing."

In speaking with the conservative pro-life Monica Crowley, O'Reilly continued to attack the Democratic senators by asking if "there is something morally wrong" with their position which he spun as "wanting as many abortions as we can have."

And btw, the debate was with 3 pro-life guests, no pro-choice guests were on the show to be in the debate, ever, so it was 3 pro-lifers all agreeing with each other.

Crowley said that rather than "Women's Health Protection Act," she wants to see the "baby health protection act." She was appalled that Democrats are "heavily invested in protecting women and reproductive rights."

She claimed that while Democrats want lots of tax payer funded abortions, the majority of people are "pro-life" and don't agree with what is being proposed by Senate Democrats. O'Reilly said that the "good news" is that it won't get through congress.

Which is also a lie, because what Democrats want is for a woman to have a choice to do what is legal with her own body. We do not think we have the rights to tell a woman to have or not have an abortion, we feel that decision is between the woman, her doctor, her boyfriend or husband, and her family.

We do not support abortions, and we do not think they should be done, unless the woman or her doctor decides she needs to have one. And just because there is DNA does not mean it's a person, the Supreme Court has already ruled on that and it is the law of the land. They said the eggs are not a person until after the fetus could live outside the womb.

This is the law and we liberals go by it, unlike O'Reilly and his pro-life friends who refuse to go by the law because of religious reasons.

The Tuesday 7-15-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - July 16, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: The unintended consequences of illegal immigration. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: Whenever a dangerous situation is ignored it is likely to get worse. In the Middle East, the Obama administration sat back while a terrorist army gained strength in Syria; now ISIS controls a vast amount of territory and is threatening the world. Same thing on American's southern border, which has not been secured by the Obama administration.

This year alone we may have 100,000 foreign children to care for, which has angered many Americans, including some minorities who back President Obama on just about everything. It's easy to understand why poor Americans resent the illegal immigration intrusion, and there are other big problems as well.

The feds are now shipping illegal aliens all over the country without informing the states what's going on. Obviously President Obama is facing a crisis over illegal immigration. On his watch more than 2-million illegal aliens have been apprehended, but many of them have been allowed to stay in the USA.

Nobody really knows how many illegal aliens are here, but we do know that the Border Control can't control the situation. It's inconceivable that the huge influx of foreign children will not hurt Americans. There comes a time when Americans have to realistically assess their federal government. That assessment is grim and getting worse by the week.
Which is just ridiculous, and nothing but right-wing spin, because nobody really cares but O'Reilly and his racist right-wing friends. Illegal immigration is a non-issue to most people, they have jobs to go to and they really do not care.

Then Kimberly Guilfoyle and Lis Wiehl were on to talk about the legality of the federal government secretly transporting illegal immigrant children to various states.

Wiehl said this: "That is legal as the law is written. The Supreme Court has ruled that immigration is the purview of the federal government only, so if there's a conflict between the feds and a state, the feds win."

Guilfoyle pointed out that states and localities are shelling out big money to house and educate illegal alien children, saying this: "Just the language issues are a strain, not to mention the medical issues. But the federal government has widespread authority and they're saying to the states, 'We're in charge, we're the big boss, you're going to do what we tell you to do."

And they do it in secret because if they told the States every right-wing nut in the country would meet them and protest it. Possibly causing riots.

Then Michael Wildes and Heather MacDonald were on to talk about the American Civil Liberties Union, who has filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of children who have crossed the border illegally.

MacDonald said this: "The ACLU is claiming that anyone under the age of 18 who comes into the country illegally should have a taxpayer-funded attorney to fight any immigration proceedings. This is unprecedented, they're asking for something that no American has the right to ask for."

Wildes endorsed the lawsuit, saying this: "We have a broken immigration system and this is a humanitarian initiative for children who face an adversarial system. There are 100,000 children at our border and we care about kids."

Then ABC News Political Director Rick Klein was on to talk about some members of the White House press corps who have become noticeably tougher on President Obama's spokesman Josh Earnest.

Klein said this: "I do think you've seen a little more scrutiny of late. There have certainly been more scandals and mini-scandals in the last couple of months, and definitely more reasons to question the Obama foreign policy. We know there is more skepticism and less trust of this president than there was a year ago."

Klein stopped short of saying the administration is failing, saying this: "I don't think there is an overall assessment of failure, but there are a lot of legitimate questions."

Then John Stossel, who has been investigating the potential use of miniature drones to spy on people, reported on the possible consequences.

Stossel said this: "These things are getting cheaper and soon everybody will have one. We have 'Peeping Tom' laws that vary state-by-state, and now this will be worked out in the courts. Right now you can put up a stepladder and look over the fence into your neighbor's yard, and most states would say that is against the law. You have an expectation of privacy in your back yard, and if somebody spies on you and releases that, you can sue them and you'd probably win."

O'Reilly had a warning, saying this: "The high-tech gear will leave us vulnerable to anyone who wants to harm us and get stuff on us."

Then Monica Crowley and Kirsten Powers were on to talk about some Senate Democrats who are pushing for a new law that would obliterate most state restrictions on abortion. In other words, reverse the partisan ruling on the Hobby Lobby case by the 5 Republicans on the Supreme Court.

Powers said this: "This is an election year stunt, and it probably won't even pass the Senate. This is something to get women ginned up in the Democratic base, it's part of the 'war on women' strategy. I also think this is destructive because most of the laws they would like to roll back were put into place to make abortion clinics safe."

Crowley said this: "They're calling this the 'Women's Health Protection Act,' but I would like to see the 'Babies Health Protection Act.' Kirsten's right, they're trying to keep the 'war on women' energized. Democrats are so heavily invested in the abortion industry that they continue to go down this road."

Then Charles Krauthammer was on to talk about Iran's nuclear program. With no Democratic guest on for balance.

Krauthammer said this: "In the long run, this is the most serious threat to the West. Iran is a serious country with advanced industry and tremendous oil resources. It is also the leading sponsor of terror in the world and it is on the threshold of becoming a nuclear power. And we are actually negotiating a deal that will leave them on that threshold. It would take Iran one day to destroy Israel if they have a nuclear weapon."

O'Reilly said that this is one of the most important stories of our time, saying this: "This issue is being underreported, what's at stake here is war. There's no way Israel will accept Iran continuing to build a nuclear weapon."

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day that was once again not a tip, just O'Reilly telling people they should take a tour of the White House once in their life.

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