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Minnesota Police Taser Black Man For Sitting Alone Doing Nothing
By: Steve - September 3, 2014 - 10:00am

And of course Bill O'Reilly has not reported this story, because he is a biased racist hack who does not care that police all over the country unfairly target black men and taser them for doing nothing wrong. And this guy had a job, he was a good citizen, doing nothing but killing some time in a public place while waiting to pick up his kids.

Hey O'Reilly, I challenge you to show me one case where this same situation happened to a white man, just one, what say you?

Cell phone video posted this week suggests that clashes between unarmed black men and police can happen over little more than sitting on a chair. Chris Lollie, 28, says he was waiting to pick up his children in a skyway in St. Paul, Minnesota, after working the night shift in a nearby restaurant.

A security guard told him the seemingly public area he was sitting in was reserved for employees. Lollie, suspecting he’s being singled out for his race, responded that there was no sign saying so. The guard called the police, who confronted Lollie.

The video begins while a female officer is questioning Lollie as the two of them walk down the skyway. In the video, Lollie calmly but firmly explains that he's waiting for his children and that he knows his rights. The conflict quickly escalates when a second, male officer arrives.

"I've got to go get my kids," Lollie tells the second officer, asking him not to touch him. "You’re going to go to jail, then," the second officer says. "Put your hands behind your back or things are going to get ugly."

"I haven't done anything wrong," Lollie says over and over again, before the officer screams, "Put your hands behind your back!" and uses his taser on him.

Notice that he is leaving the area where he was sitting as they asked him to, but the cops kept following him and refused to let him walk away. Then they called in more cops, tasered him and put him under arrest. Honest cops would have just let him go, they decided to taser him.

Here is the video:

Police said Lollie was acting aggressively, and filed charges for trespassing, disorderly conduct, and obstructing the legal process, according to the Pioneer Press.

Which is clearly a lie by the police, and is more proof you can not always believe a police report or statement, and btw, all three charges were dropped last month after surveillance video and witness statements were shown in court.

Lollie told the Pioneer Press that throughout the ordeal, he was "trying my hardest to maintain my calm demeanor just because I know if I do anything outside of these bounds, they could really do some damage to me."

Like possibly shoot and kill him, for simply sitting in a chair waiting to pick up his kids.

McConnell Runs From Media After Secret Speech Leak About Koch Brothers
By: Steve - September 2, 2014 - 11:00am

And of course O'Reilly has not said a word about it, because he has not even reported on the speech, let alone report on McConnell running from reporters asking about the speech. This is after O'Reilly called for evidence the Koch Brothers are running the Republican party, saying if he found it or someone sent it to him he would report it, I guess he never found it, even though it's all over the internet.

Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has been caught on video literally running away from reporters after audio of a secret speech that he gave to the Koch brothers was leaked.

In the leaked audio, McConnell admitted that the Kochs run the Republican Party, and that he will be carrying out their agenda if Republicans win the majority in the Senate. The leak of the secret speech combined with McConnell's promise to shut down the government if Obama doesn't do what he wants has led to McConnell literally running away from the media.

In an interview eight days ago, McConnell threatened government shutdowns.

The backlash caused by his annoucement of his strategy caused him to change his tune during an interview with CNN, "I'm the guy that's gotten us out of the shutdowns that some of our members have pushed us into in the past. That does not mean that you should send the president a total blank check with no restrictions at all on how the money is spent."

If McConnell won't shut down the government, he has no leverage. For this reason alone, it is likely that McConnell was lying to CNN in order to save his own hide. The leak of the audio from the secret Koch summit poses a gigantic problem for a thirty-year incumbent who is already viewed as being too close to Washington.

Sen. McConnell is running away from reporters because he was caught red-handed. He can claim that the things he said on the tape are nothing new, but to hear him expressing his need for the Koch brothers in a way that he hasn't done for Kentucky voters is a damning indictment of McConnell's priorities.

If you want the Factor for your news, you do not know about any of this, because O'Reilly ignores it all for partisan reasons, which is the same thing he complains about MSNBC and CNN doing, when he does the very same thing.

O'Reilly also ignored the story about the McConnell campaign manager, who resigned over the Ron Paul presidential campaign bribery scandal in 2012. Nothing about any of this has been reported by O'Reilly, or anyone on the Factor about any of these stories of government corruption, which is O'Reilly's favorite topic, but only when it involves liberals, when it involves Republicans he is not interested.

Darren Wilson Fundraisers End With No Explanation
By: Steve - September 1, 2014 - 11:00am

This is a little strange, all the fundraisers for the Ferguson Missouri cop Darren Wilson, who shot the unarmed 18 year old black kid were suddenly ended with no reasons given. They raised almost a half a million dollars, and then they just shut em down.

A fundraiser for a Ferguson, Missouri police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black teenager has vanished, the LATimes pointed out.

There had been two major GoFundMe pages raising money for Darren Wilson, who fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown earlier this month. Combined, the fundraisers had pulled in almost $500,000. This weekend, seemingly out of nowhere, the campaigns stopped.

Matt Pearce, who covered the unrest following the shooting on the ground for more than a week, first noticed the shutdown.

The online donation campaigns have generated some controversy for defending Wilson, especially after some visitors left racially offensive remarks in at least one of the comment sections, which have since been removed.

Both pages appear to have stopped taking donations around the same time on Saturday, and the pages organizers did not explain why. If a visitor attempts to donate, a message appears that says: "Donations are Complete! The organizer has stopped donations."

In a statement provided to the Los Angeles Times on Sunday, a spokeswoman for GoFundMe said the website had not halted the donations.

In a Facebook post, the Support Darren Wilson confirmed that their online fundraiser had ended but vowed to continue raising money for the St. Louis County cop.

According to the page's moderators, the decision to end the fundraiser was "made by those closest to Officer Darren Wilson looking out for his best interest." The group said that any donations that were already made would go directly to Wilson.

The Times was not able to reach the anonymous founder of the "Support Officer Darren Wilson" page, a user called "Stand Up," who has raised $235,750 and who has not been officially certified as a verified recipient on the donation page.

In contrast to the other Wilson page, little information has been given to donors about who is running the anonymous fundraising effort.

In a message to visitors two weeks ago, the anonymous Wilson fundraiser page wrote that it was working with Shield of Hope to become a verified recipient. That has not happened. The fundraiser also gave out a pseudonymous Gmail account to users seeking more information, but did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Sunday.

In its statement to The Times, GoFundMe's spokeswoman said the anonymously run donation page had also been removed from its search results, adding that "this campaign no longer meets GoFundMe's stated requirement of having a valid Facebook account connected."

Wilson shot and killed Brown on August 9th, 2014. In the weeks following the shooting, protests erupted in Ferguson and across the country, many in support of Brown. The movement in support of Wilson has grown, however, with protesters staging rallies against media coverage and selling 'Support Darren Wilson' T-shirts.

Here's the Facebook group's full statement:
First off, we want to say again how much we appreciate ALL of the support for Officer Darren Wilson. This page and everything we have done, up until this point, would not have been possible if it hadn't been for everyone here.

Secondly, we understand your questions, concerns and frustrations with both GoFundMe accounts. Please note, NOBODY shut down the GoFundMe account because of any petitions floating around trying to close it and GoFundMe did not close them either. That decision was made by those closest to Officer Darren Wilson looking out for his best interest.

We are doing our best daily to keep you updated (to the best of our ability) with all truths that come to us. That is our number one priority, to always be honest with our supporters.

Rest assured, if you donated to either GoFundMe it will go to Officer Darren Wilson. We are constantly trying to find the best ways to support Officer Darren Wilson as we know our supporters want to keep helping as best they can.

Bare with us as we are going through these changes. We will continue to be open and honest with our supporters. We will not do anything unless it is in the best interest of Officer Darren Wilson.

Thank you all, so much!

In other words, something fishy is most likely going on with these fundraisers, and of course Bill O'Reilly has not said a word about any of it. Because he is a biased hack who does not care about the truth. But of a liberal was doing this he would be all over it and demand some answers from the people who are running those fundraisers.

More Republican Corruption O'Reilly Has Ignored
By: Steve - September 1, 2014 - 10:00am

Former Iowa state senator pleads guilty in Ron Paul endorsement-for-pay scheme

A former Republican Iowa state senator pleaded guilty Wednesday to concealing campaign expenditures and obstructing justice as part of an endorsement-for-pay scheme that roiled the Iowa Republican caucuses in 2012.

Kent Sorenson, of Milo, Iowa, admitted in federal district court that former Rep. Ron Paul's presidential campaign secretly paid him $73,000 after he dramatically dropped his backing of Rep. Michele Bachmann in late 2011 and endorsed Paul's White House bid, saying at the time that Bachmann was no longer a viable candidate.

An attorney for Sorenson, F. Montgomery Brown, said in a statement that his guilty plea was part of his process "of taking complete responsibility for the series of compounding errors and omissions he engaged in."

David A. Warrington, who served as general counsel to Paul's 2012 presidential campaign, did not return requests for comment.

In December 2011, after two months of secret negotiations with Paul's campaign, he met with a Paul political operative at a restaurant in Altoona, Iowa, and agreed to change his allegiance. The operative gave the state senator's wife a check for $25,000 to secure Sorenson's support.

Paul's campaign chairman at the time was Jesse Benton, who is now running the re-election bid of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Benton did not respond to requests for comment. Jesse R. Binnall, an attorney representing Kesari, also declined to comment.

After Sorenson publicly switched his endorsement, Paul's campaign routed the state senator a total of $73,000 in 2012, transferring the payments through a film production company and another company to conceal the intended recipient, according to court filings. Sorenson wanted the payments kept secret because of Iowa Senate ethics rules that prohibit sitting senators from accepting payments from a political campaign.

Last year, when a state independent counsel was investigating allegations that Sorenson switched his endorsement for money, the state senator lied under oath that he had been paid by either campaign, the court filings said.

On Wednesday, 42-year-old Sorenson pleaded guilty to one count of causing a federal campaign committee to falsely report its expenditures and one count of obstruction of justice. He faces up to five years in prison and a fine of $250,000 for the first count and up to 20 years in prison and a fine of $250,000 for the second count, but prosecutors plan to recommend he receive a reduced sentence for accepting responsibility.

UPDATE - 8-30-14 -- McConnell's campaign manager resigns over Iowa bribery scandal

Jesse Benton, the campaign manager for U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, will resign his post as a bribery scandal from the 2012 presidential campaign threatens to envelop Benton and become a major distraction for McConnell's campaign.

Benton told the Herald-Leader that he met with McConnell Friday afternoon and offered his resignation, which McConnell "reluctantly accepted."

Benton said he offered his resignation, effective Saturday, with a "heavy heart."

And that's not all, there are two other Republican scandals O'Reilly has totally ignored, and one involves his Fox News friend Karl Rove.

8-30-14 -- TV station pulls anti-Shaheen ads off air

WASHINGTON (AP) -- A super PAC's negative ads against Sen. Jeanne Shaheen were pulled off the air Wednesday after the New Hampshire Democrat's attorneys flagged inaccuracies in the spot.

Ending Spending Action Fund, a conservative outside group, claimed in ads that "Shaheen's wealth has surged while in public office." Her financial disclosure forms filed with the Senate show the opposite, with her personal wealth dropping by at least $562,000 and perhaps as much as $1 million.

The anti-spending group's 30- and 60-second ads had aired on Boston's NBC affiliate, WHDH. Boston's media market covers the population-heavy southern tier of New Hampshire and campaigns often buy airtime on those stations.

"Scott Brown's Wall Street buddies put up an outrageous attack ad against Jeanne Shaheen that's being pulled off the air because it's dead wrong and completely false," Shaheen campaign manager Mike Vlacich said. A spokeswoman for Ending Spending did not immediately respond to a message seeking reaction.

8-30-14 -- News Outlet: Karl Rove Twisted Our Reporting For His Anti-Dem Attack Ad

The Colorado Independent criticized Fox News contributor Karl Rove and his political group for twisting its reporting into a misleading attack on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Democratic Sen. Mark Udall.

Rove is the co-founder of Crossroads GPS, an IRS 501(c)(4) group that funds attacks against Democratic candidates across the country. The Associated Press reported on August 19 that GPS plans to spend more than $6 million on television ads in Colorado.

The group's latest Colorado ad attacks incumbent Sen. Udall for supporting health care reform, with a narrator claiming that "on the Eastern Plains, patients now outnumber doctors 5,000 to one." The group cites the Independent for the statistic.

But the news outlet responded that GPS is misrepresenting its work. Reporter Tessa Cheek, whose reporting was quoted by GPS, wrote that the commercial added the word "now" to deceptively suggest the patient-to-doctor ratio is a result of the ACA when in fact it "has nothing to do with the new law":
The difference is the word "now," and it's the difference between true and, well, not true, because "now" makes the 5,000-to-one figure look like an outcome of the Affordable Care Act. The figure has nothing to do with the new law.

"All of that data is pre 2014 Affordable Care Act implementation, so pre-Medicaid expansion, pre-ACA rollout," confirmed Rebecca Alderfer, Colorado Health Institute senior analyst and an author of the report we cited in our article about the systemic challenges facing rural health care expansion.

In addition to being unrelated to the ACA time-wise, the figure is also not directly about insurance. Specifically, it reflects the number of primary care doctors in relation to the number of people living in their area. It's not a figure that speaks to the number of insured people or the number of providers who will accept their insurance.
In other words, Karl Rove is running dishonest political ads to lie about Democrats, and he uses his job at Fox News to keep a public profile so he can raise more money to be a lying corrupt partisan. O'Reilly not only does not say anything about any of it, he helps him by putting him on the Factor as a regular political analyst. Without ever disclosing the dishonesty by Rove, or the conflict of interest.

And that's not just one example, Rove and GPS have been airing false and hypocritical ads against Democratic candidates all over the country, when every ad they run is dishonest, because that is what Rove does. GPS previously aired an ad that, as wrote, "leaves the false impression that a Colorado woman 'had to go back to work' to pay for health care insurance mandated by the Affordable Care Act. Even though she told a local TV station that her decision to get a job had nothing to do with the health care law."

Those are all stories about political corruption by the Republican party, and one of them is about a current Fox News employee, Karl Rove, and a regular Factor guest, but O'Reilly has ignored it all. Not a word about any of it, even though this is the exact type of political corruption O'Reilly jumps all over when it involves a Democrat. But when Republicans do it, he says nothing, he is silent.

Now imagine if one of the senior political analysts at MSNBC was doing for Democrats what Rove was doing for Republicans, while at the same time working for the MSNBC News Network. O'Reilly would lose his mind, have segments about it every night, and call for MSNBC to fire him. But when Rove does it for Republicans at Fox, O'Reilly says nothing, nada, zip, zilch.

McConnell Admits Koch Brothers Are Running The Republican Party
By: Steve - August 31, 2014 - 11:00am

In a leaked audio tape of the Koch brothers top secret June 2014 retreat, Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) not only admitted that the Republicans would be lost without the Kochs, he revealed who the real power is in the GOP.

McConnell opened his remarks by saying, "Is this working? I know it's been a long, but very inspiring day. And I want to start by thanking you, Charles and David for the important work you're doing. I don't know where we'd be without you, and um, and I want (inaudible) for rallying, uh, to the cause."

Mitch McConnell has voted against raising the minimum wage 17 times in his career. He has filibustered every recent attempt to raise the minimum wage in the current Congress, so anyone with half a brain should not be surprised that he promised that he wouldn't raise the mininum wage if he becomes Majority Leader.

The main topic of his speech was Citizens United, and how the wealthy and corporations should control our elections. In the process of praising Citizens United, McConnell described how the Koch infested Supreme Court has opened the door to conservative billionaires buying the government, saying this:

"And we've had a series of cases since then that I've filed amicus briefs in and had lawyers arguing in. We now have, I think, the most free and open system we've had in modern times. The Supreme Court allowed all of you to participate in the process in a variety of different ways. You can give to the candidate of your choice. You can give to Americans for Prosperity, or something else, a variety of different ways to push back against the party of government. It has nothing to do with overly political speech."

The little part at the end where McConnell states that the billionaire dollars have nothing to do with overt political speech was a total lie. The Koch money is about buying and electing the candidates who will carry out the conservative billionaire agenda.

Everything links together. Without the Koch infested Supreme Court, the Republican billionaire funding pipeline wouldn't exist. The Koch billionaire group is trying to cut the people out of the democratic process in order to create a government that revolves around their own interests.

The leaked tapes prove that the Republican Party revolves around the interests of billionaires and big corporations. This is obvious to anyone who watches their behavior on a daily basis, but McConnell's remarks are the first leaked to the public admission of the importance of the Koch brothers to the success of the Republican Party.

The GOP is a Koch organized and funded operation. The Kochs set the agenda, and if Republicans take back the Senate, the American people will have given control of the Congress to the Koch brothers.

And btw, Bill O'Reilly has said that if anyone has any evidence the Koch brothers are running the Republican party, send it to him and he will report it. So I sent this to him, but as expected, he did not report it and never will.

Another Opinion Of Bill O'Reilly About White Privilege
By: Steve - August 31, 2014 - 10:00am

Here is a copy of an article Justin Baragona from wrote about O'Reilly and his ridiculous claims of no white privilege. He pretty much mirrors what I have said about it.

Fox News' Bill O'Reilly Doubles Down On His Claim That White Privilege Is A 'Big Lie'

By: Justin Baragona
Wednesday, August, 27th, 2014

Ever since protests took off in Ferguson in the aftermath of 18-year-old unarmed Michael Brown's shooting death at the hands of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, Bill O'Reilly, host of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor, has used his program to preach to and criticize African-Americans about their culture. Earlier this week, he finally got called out on it by, of all people, Megyn Kelly. The Kelly File host was on O'Reilly's program to discuss Ferguson and race relations in this country. To O'Reilly's surprise, Kelly stated that white privilege is real and something that blacks in this country deal with on a regular basis.

Of course, it being Kelly and all, it wasn't like she gave a full-throated defense of the notion that racism and the existence of white privilege are the overlying reasons behind the issues many blacks face in this country from birth. She made sure to blame President Obama's policies and other facts, while simultaneously relying solely on raw statistics. Still, it was interesting to see a colleague of O'Reilly's take him to task for being completely dismissive of the real-life problems that the African-American community deals with on a daily basis.

However, this is O'Reilly we are talking about, and he wasn't going to let this rest. Especially when he saw how much coverage Kelly's takedown of him got the following day. Therefore, Tuesday night, BillO decided he needed to whitesplain to everybody, but especially blacks, why white privilege does not exist and how too many African-Americans are using it as an excuse to not take any responsibility for their lives. He also decided to bring Asian-Americans into the discussion because in O'Reilly's mind, one minority group is directly comparable to another minority group.

Quote from O'Reilly:
O'REILLY: Talking Points does not, does not believe in white privilege. However, there is no question that African-Americans have a much harder time succeeding in our society than whites do.

American children must learn not only academics but also civil behavior, right from wrong, as well as how to speak properly and how to act respectfully in public. If African-American children do not learn those things, they will likely fail as adults. They will be poor. They will be angry, and they often will be looking to blame someone else.

One caveat, the Asian-American experience historically has not been nearly as tough as the African-American experience. Slavery is unique and it has harmed black Americans to a degree that is still being felt today.

But, in order to succeed in our competitive society, every American has to overcome the obstacles they face. And here is where the African-American leadership in America is failing. Instead of preaching a cultural revolution, the leadership provide excuses for failure. The race hustlers blame white privilege, an unfair society, a terrible country.

So the message is, it's not your fault if you abandon your children, if you become a substance abuser, if you are a criminal. No, it's not your fault, it's society's fault. That is the big lie that is keeping some African-Americans from reaching their full potential. Until personal responsibility and a cultural change takes place, millions of African-Americans will struggle, and their anger, some of it justified, will seethe.
O'Reilly, culture warrior, has never figured out that he has no relevant life experiences or interactions with the black community to justify his constant sermonizing about what African-Americans need to do to improve their lot in American society. He sits in his perch from up high and preaches to blacks about their culture, their way of life, their community, while never even bothering to truly find out how the other half lives. He is an old, right, white guy who lives in an upscale neighborhood in Long Island. He also grew up on Long Island and attended private schools during his childhood.

However, if you ask O'Reilly, he will talk about how he's earned everything he has achieved and grew up living a hard-scrabble life. He pulled himself up by his bootstraps and is a perfect example of a self-made man. His complete lack of self-awareness regarding race issues in this country is astonishing. Worse, he is paid millions of dollars a year to commentate about topics such as this, which his audience of old, angry white people lap up like dogs at the water bowl. For O'Reilly's racist followers, they just want to be told that blacks are whiny, irresponsible and want to blame all of their problems on white people.

It is really easy for O'Reilly to pontificate about black culture from his television studio or gated community. I'd like to see him actually go to a predominantly black neighborhood, experience first-hand for himself the effects of white flight, and then talk down to the residents there about the need for a cultural shift. But we all know that is never going to happen. Instead, we'll just see more of what we saw Tuesday night.

GOP Poll Shows Most Women View The GOP In A Negative Way
By: Steve - August 30, 2014 - 11:30am

Two powerful, mostly male Republican SuperPACs commissioned a major poll on what women think of the party and its candidates, and were rewarded with dismal results.

Women view the Republican Party as "lacking in compassion, stuck in the past, and intolerant," according to the report, "Republicans and Women Voters: Huge Challenges, Real Opportunities," which was obtained by the Politico website.

The project was undertaken by Crossroads GPS, a secretive and partisan nonprofit (that doesn't have to disclose it's donors) founded by Fox News pundit and Bush's brain Karl Rove. That everyone knows is partisan, and yet it is still allowed to be a non-profit, which is just insane.

Crossroads GPS spent $5.5 million in 2010 trying to defeat Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash. It was joined by the American Action Network, which also ran deceptive ads attacking the Senate's top-ranking woman.

The poll found that women are "barely receptive" to Republican policies and that the GOP fares "especially poorly" with women in the Northeast and Midwest."

President Obama was re-elected in 2012 based on a double-digit lead among women voters. Despite the dip in Obama's popularity, the Democrats have maintained a substantial lead among women, especially large among working women.

The Republicans vowed to change all that after Mitt Romney's defeat. While not changing any of their policies, all they did was change their propaganda, and it looks like the women of America are not falling for it.

They have put forward Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Wash., a member of the House Republican leadership, as part of a "War for Women." McMorris Rodgers gave the Republican response to President Obama's State-of-the-Union speech last winter.

The GOP has also fielded promising women Senate candidates in West Virginia, Iowa, and Oregon. At present, 16 of the Senate's 20 women are Democrats.

But the Republicans must deal with a grumpy male image, symbolized by the suits who surround McMorris Rodgers at news conferences.

In the news on Wednesday was a statement by Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, made behind closed doors to wealthy donors: "That's all we do in the Senate is vote on things like raising the minimum wage."

The report on women voters involved 800 voter interviews across the country as well as eight focus groups. It was delivered to "a small number of senior aides this month on Capitol Hill," Politico reported.

The poll found that 49 percent of women view Republicans unfavorably, and it also showed that the only women with a positive view of the GOP are married women without a college degree.

And of course, O'Reilly has not said a word about the poll, as he denies the Republican party has a war on women, when their own poll shows it is true.

Homeland Security Shows Gutfeld & Baker Are Liars
By: Steve - August 30, 2014 - 11:00am

On the Thursday O'Reilly Factor fill-in host Greg Gutfeld and the conservative Former CIA official Mike Baker both slammed President Obama and claimed he was wrong to not say ISIS is a national security threat. When O'Reilly's own source for foreign intelligence and our own Homeland Security Department says they are not a threat within the United States, which is exactly what Alan Colmes also told Gutfeld, and he was told he was wrong.

Baker said this:
BAKER: "ISIS is a national security threat, and there are two things you shouldn't do when confronting an enemy like ISIS. One is that you shouldn't give them advance warning about potential air strikes and the other is that you shouldn't say you don't have a strategy. Today's press conference indicates just how much the administration is struggling."
Gutfeld agreed that ISIS poses a genuine and imminent threat, saying this:
GUTFELD: "It's scary to see our president consumed by climate, not by terror, like a man worrying about dandruff in a plague. ISIS is the deadliest terror group going, controlling turf the size of Maryland with oil fields and weaponry. Until our 'commander-in-cleats' takes it seriously, we're screwed."
And now the facts:

Homeland Security: Islamic State poses no specific threat within the United States

The United States is not aware of any specific threat to the U.S. homeland from Islamic State militants, the Department of Homeland Security said on Friday after Britain raised its international terrorism threat level.

Islamic State militants and their supporters, however, "have demonstrated the intent and capability to target American citizens overseas," Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said in a statement. He noted DHS has taken steps over the summer to strengthen security at overseas airports with direct flights to the United States.

Johnson said he has spoken to UK Home Secretary Theresa May about Britain's decision to raise its terrorism alert to the second-highest level. It is the first time since mid-2011 that Britain has been placed on this high of an alert level.

White House spokesman Josh Earnest said there was no plan to raise the U.S. threat assessment level.

Alan Colmes said this to Gutfeld in the next segment:
COLMES: "We scare people all the time, and now there's a Republican Senator saying ISIS will come and take over an American city. These are the same arguments we heard about Iraq after 9/11, and we overreacted by going into two countries.

According to Stratfor, which analyzes geopolitical threats, ISIS couldn't even beat the Kurds in northern Iraq or the Shiites in southern Iraq. This is being ginned up for the purpose of getting American involvement. Wait until it's a true threat to the homeland of the United States."
Those are the facts from terrorism experts, not the opinions of partisan hacks who work at Fox News. They say that ISIS is no threat to anyone inside the United States, yes they are a threat to Americans overseas, but not here. So instead of getting the truth from Gutfeld and Baker, we get spin and lies, and then Democrats who report the truth are called communists and terrorist supporters, which is just insane, and nothing but right-wing propaganda to make Democrats look bad.

Open your eyes folks, Fox News is not a news network, they are a propaganda arm of the Republican party. They do noting but spin and lie to you to make Democrats look bad, that is their main goal, to make Democrats look bad so less people will vote for them. And this blog is example #1 million that what I say is true about Fox.

Republican Factor Guest Caught Lying About Obama
By: Steve - August 30, 2014 - 10:00am

On the Wednesday O'Reilly Factor there was a segment on how history will judge President Obama, even though he will still be the President for 2.5 more years so you can not judge his history while it is still in progress. O'Reilly had two guests on to speculate at how history will judge Obama, one Democrat and one Republican.

Which is a violation of O'Reilly's own rules, he says he does not speculate and that he also does not allow speculation on his show. And yet, he had two guests on to speculate how history will judge Obama, with two and a half years left in his presidency.

Here is what the Republican (Jane Hampton Cook) said:
COOK: "I think he'll rank in the bottom 15 or 20, depending on the choices he makes with ISIS. Economic growth has never reached 3% under President Obama, and the disapproval of ObamaCare really started going bad after the rollout."
And those statements my friends are speculation and lies. Nobody knows where he will rank in history until he is out of office and he can be judged for what he did in his 8 years. And while the economy has had slow growth under Obama, it has been improving and almost always showing a positive growth.

Obamacare had a rocky start because of right-wing propaganda about it and because of website problems early on. But what Cook gets wrong is that the economy has had growth of over 3% under President Obama, and now Obamacare is looked at as a good program.

Forbes even had an article asking this:

Economically, Could Obama Be America's Best President?

In the article they cite the stock market, jobs numbers, the deficit reduction, and on and on, and they make the case that Obama had been the best economic President we have ever had. And that is from Forbes, a conservative financial outlet.

Not to mention, the Republicans blocking every bill Obama tried to pass to help the economy, none of that is mentioned by Cook. And now we have a new report on the 2nd quarter that shows a GDP of 4.2% for Q2 of 2014.

US economy grew at brisk 4.2 pct. rate in Q2

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The U.S. economy rebounded in the April-June quarter, growing at a brisk annual rate of 4.2 percent, slightly faster than first estimated.

The upward revision supported expectations that the second half of 2014 will prove far stronger than the first half.

The Commerce Department's second estimate of growth for last quarter compares with its initial estimate of 4 percent. The revision reflected stronger business investment in new equipment and structures than first thought.

Cook dishonestly used one measure of the economy, the GDP, to claim Obama will be judged badly by history. When all other measures of the economy show good news, jobs, unemployment, the stock market, etc. It was dishonest and biased, and total speculation. Not to mention, it was Bush who got us into this mess and crashed the economy, Obama and his policies got us out of it, something O'Reilly and the Republicans never want to give him credit for.

But O'Reilly allowed it anyway, even though he has a no speculation rule. Which shows his dishonesty and his bias. How about we wait until Obama is out of office before we judge him, that is my suggestion.

NY Times Charles Blow Says Bill O'Reilly Is The Race Hustler
By: Steve - August 30, 2014 - 9:00am

Charles Blow used his New York Times column Thursday to take aim at Fox News Bill O'Reilly and his claims that "white privilege" doesn't exist. Turning a favorite phrase of O'Reilly's back around at him, Blow writes, "Mr. O'Reilly, it is statements like this one that make you the race hustler."

Blow begins by quoting O'Reilly:
O'REILLY: "Last night on 'The Factor,' Megyn Kelly and I debated the concept of white privilege whereby some believe that if you are Caucasian you have inherent advantages in America. 'Talking Points' does not, does not believe in white privilege. However, there is no question that African-Americans have a much harder time succeeding in our society than whites do."
"It is difficult to believe that those three sentences came in that order from the same mouth," Blow writes. Once you admit that it's "harder for blacks to succeed," he argues, then the converse for whites must be "a form of privilege." He adds, "When one has the luxury of not being forced to compensate for societal oppression based on basic identity, one is in fact privileged in that society."

After quoting O'Reilly's most recent use of the term "race hustlers" to describe those who "blame white privilege" for any problems that African-Americans face, Blow concludes:
No, Mr. O'Reilly, it is statements like this one that make you the race hustler. The underlying logic is that blacks are possessed of some form of racial pathology or self-destructive racial impulses, that personal responsibility and systemic inequity are separate issues and not intersecting ones.

This is the false dichotomy that chokes to death any real accountability and honesty. Systemic anti-black bias doesn't dictate personal behavior, but it can certainly influence and inform it. And personal behavior can reinforce people's belief that their biases are justified. So goes the cycle.

But at the root of it, we can't expect equality of outcome while acknowledging inequality of environments.

Only a man bathing in privilege would be blind to that.
A comment on the article by Mara Gottlieb from Fairfield, CT. said this:
As a white person as well as an educator, I believe it's my duty to acknowledge the privilege light skin affords me, whether in choosing a neighborhood for my family to live, or never having to be seen as a representative of everyone with my skin color.

Mr. O'Reilly should read Peggy McIntosh's brief article (it won't take you long, Mr. O'Reilly) "White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack." As a human being with the privilege trifecta - gender, class, and skin color - it's no wonder he doesn't see it: it's a pretty comfy place to hide.
Here is a link to the article:
White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack

The Thursday 8-28-14 O'Reilly/Gutfeld Factor Review
By: Steve - August 29, 2014 - 11:00am

There was no TPM because the far-right loon Greg Gutfeld was the fill-in host for O'Reilly. He started the show with two Republicans, and they all slammed Obama for his statement about ISIS.

Mike Baker and James Carafano were on to discuss it. Baker said this: "ISIS is a national security threat, and there are two things you shouldn't do when confronting an enemy like ISIS. One is that you shouldn't give them advance warning about potential air strikes and the other is that you shouldn't say you don't have a strategy. Today's press conference indicates just how much the administration is struggling."

Carafano said this: "It has been really clear that ISIS is becoming a big problem and to say that we don't have a strategy is unbelievable. This guy's been president for six years - he's predictable, he's reactive, and he's risk-averse. ISIS knows exactly what he is going to do."

Gutfeld said this: "It's scary to see our president consumed by climate, not by terror, like a man worrying about dandruff in a plague. ISIS is the deadliest terror group going, controlling turf the size of Maryland with oil fields and weaponry. Until our 'commander-in-cleats' takes it seriously, we're screwed."

ISIS is not a national security threat, they are in a foreign country and have not been a threat to the United States. Only Republicans think they are a national security threat., which is a source O'Reilly uses all the time, says ISIS is no threat at all to the United States. Funny how O'Reilly never mentions that, yeah funny.

Then Alan Colmes was on to discuss it, he said this: "We scare people all the time, and now there's a Senator saying ISIS will come and take over an American city. These are the same arguments we heard about Iraq after 9/11, and we overreacted by going into two countries. According to Stratfor, which analyzes geopolitical threats, ISIS couldn't even beat the Kurds in northern Iraq or the Shiites in southern Iraq. This is being ginned up for the purpose of getting American involvement. Wait until it's a true threat to the homeland of the United States."

Then James Carville & Kate Obenshain were on to talk about a new poll in Iowa that shows Mitt Romney retains substantial support among Republicans. Gutfeld asked Carville and Obenshain if Romney may run in 2016.

Carville said this: "I think there is a good chance that he's running. He's run for president twice and I once said that running for president is like having sex - no one did it once and forgot about it. The Republican field has had a bad year so it looks like it's more of a possibility."

Obenshain said this: "James Carville is the only person in the entire country who doesn't think the country would be better off had Mitt Romney won. There's a lot of buyer's remorse right now, which is why we're seeing those Iowa numbers. But I don't necessarily think he's going to hop into the race and the Republicans need to find somebody who can compellingly articulate the conservative vision."

Which is just ridiculous, because the only people who think Romney would have been a better President than Obama is Republicans, nobody else thinks that.

Then the biased far-right hack Bernie Goldberg was on to talk about the polarization of politics and the media, which was most recently on display in the Ferguson case. And of course no Democratic guest was on for balance, so it was a one sided debate with two Republicans.

Goldberg said this: "We have become deeply divided, where if you just listen to the other guy it's tantamount to treason. In Ferguson, despite the fact that none of us knows what went on, both sides have reached a verdict. The liberal take is that the kid was black, the cop was white, the kid was unarmed, the cop is guilty, case closed. MSNBC had a contributor who said black boys are all under attack, which is insane. But conservatives aren't much better, they've decided that the kid was a thug, he robbed a store, the cop had no bad record, and the cop is innocent. I am not making an argument for wishy-washy even-handedness, but in Ferguson the facts have not come in yet."

And we do not know a lot of the facts in the case, because the police are covering it up and not giving the public the information about the police report or the autopsy, also the cop who shot him has lawyered up and is not talking. From what we know it looks like the cop shot an unarmed black teen, and until there is evidence to show otherwise that is what we know now.

Then the conservative Penny Young Nance was on to cry about Actress Scarlett Johansson, who has designed a t-shirt for Planned Parenthood that mocks Republicans as anti-woman. With no Democratic guest for balance. And btw, she is right, a news poll shows that women see Republicans in a negative light, and say they do not like what policies the Republicans support.

Nance said this: "Why is it that when you're a celebrity, your opinion counts on everything, including abortion? If Planned Parenthood wants to design an ugly t-shirt and sell it, that's great. I would trade that for them to get their hand out of the taxpayers' pocket to the tune of $500-million a year. Let them raise their own money, I'm tired of them pilfering the taxpayer. Raise your own money!"

Former CEO Calls Executive Pay Extreme & Ludicrous
By: Steve - August 29, 2014 - 10:00am

David Dillon, the former CEO of the supermarket chain Kroger, told the audience of an Aspen Ideas festival that his pay in his last year on the job, which clocked in at nearly $13 million, "even seems ludicrous to me."

He said that the package wasn't ludicrous when it was first put together, but rose so high because the company's stock has skyrocketed, and much of his compensation was tied to the stock price.

"I don't really defend that amount, that even seems ludicrous to me," he said. And while he said that even before the large package, compared to his peers, "I generally hit the 25th percentile on the bottom side" for compensation, even that "was pretty damn high."

In a follow up interview with Quartz, he added that the use of the word ludicrous was in comparison "to what I thought was a more logical level of pay for the year."

On the panel, he also defended the idea of designing executive compensation so that CEOs "have enough shareholder interest that they are mentally aligned with thinking about what should a long-term shareholder want out of an organization."

But he also admitted things have gone pretty far. "I also think it's gotten a little extreme, or maybe a lot extreme," he said.

Quartz added, "I personally believe that, generally speaking, executive pay has gotten too high, and it needs to be addressed in appropriate ways. Anybody who looks at CEO pay, even if it was reasonably based, they would say that person is paid way too much."

"I don’t dispute that they ought to be paid really well," he said. "It's just that I think it's gotten a little bit out of hand."

And the numbers back him up. Median CEO pay hit a record earlier this year, breaching the $10 million mark. It rose more than 50 percent over the last four years, while the average American saw her pay increase just 1.3 percent over the last year.

Chief executive pay has risen 127 times faster than worker pay over the last three decades. The ratio of CEO pay to worker pay was 259.9-to-1 last year. That compares to a ratio of 20-to-1 in 1965 and even just 87.3-to-1 in the early 90s. Executive pay is even growing faster than pay for the top 1 percent.

And there is little evidence to suggest that these huge increases in CEO compensation are benefitting their companies. There is no evidence to suggest that paying CEOs top dollar means better performance in terms of profitability, revenue, or stock return.

In fact, a study found that the companies that pay their chief executives the most see the worst results for shareholders. Despite the attempt to tie pay to company performance, companies routinely game those systems to ensure that the top executive gets his bonuses and payouts, even if they fail to meet targets.

And btw, almost 40% of the highest-paid CEOs over the last two decades were fired, caught committing fraud, or oversaw a company bailout.

For Bill O'Reilly: 50 Examples Of White Privilege
By: Steve - August 29, 2014 - 9:00am

This is from an article by Peggy McIntosh called: White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack

It is a great read and should show anyone with a brain what white privilege is, and that is in fact real, including Bill O'Reilly, but I doubt it with him. It's hard to tell a racist they are a racist, they just deny it forever and then slam you for telling the truth about them.

Here are the 50:

1. I can if I wish arrange to be in the company of people of my race most of the time.

2. I can avoid spending time with people whom I was trained to mistrust and who have learned to mistrust my kind or me.

3. If I should need to move, I can be pretty sure of renting or purchasing housing in an area which I can afford and in which I would want to live.

4. I can be pretty sure that my neighbors in such a location will be neutral or pleasant to me.

5. I can go shopping alone most of the time, pretty well assured that I will not be followed or harassed.

6. I can turn on the television or open to the front page of the paper and see people of my race widely represented.

7. When I am told about our national heritage or about "civilization," I am shown that people of my color made it what it is.

8. I can be sure that my children will be given curricular materials that testify to the existence of their race.

9. If I want to, I can be pretty sure of finding a publisher for this piece on white privilege.

10. I can be pretty sure of having my voice heard in a group in which I am the only member of my race.

11. I can be casual about whether or not to listen to another person's voice in a group in which s/he is the only member of his/her race.

12. I can go into a music shop and count on finding the music of my race represented, into a supermarket and find the staple foods which fit with my cultural traditions, into a hairdresser's shop and find someone who can cut my hair.

13. Whether I use checks, credit cards or cash, I can count on my skin color not to work against the appearance of financial reliability.

14. I can arrange to protect my children most of the time from people who might not like them.

15. I do not have to educate my children to be aware of systemic racism for their own daily physical protection.

16. I can be pretty sure that my children's teachers and employers will tolerate them if they fit school and workplace norms; my chief worries about them do not concern others' attitudes toward their race.

17. I can talk with my mouth full and not have people put this down to my color.

18. I can swear, or dress in second hand clothes, or not answer letters, without having people attribute these choices to the bad morals, the poverty or the illiteracy of my race.

19. I can speak in public to a powerful male group without putting my race on trial.

20. I can do well in a challenging situation without being called a credit to my race.

21. I am never asked to speak for all the people of my racial group.

22. I can remain oblivious of the language and customs of persons of color who constitute the world's majority without feeling in my culture any penalty for such oblivion.

23. I can criticize our government and talk about how much I fear its policies and behavior without being seen as a cultural outsider.

24. I can be pretty sure that if I ask to talk to the "person in charge", I will be facing a person of my race.

25. If a traffic cop pulls me over or if the IRS audits my tax return, I can be sure I haven't been singled out because of my race.

26. I can easily buy posters, post-cards, picture books, greeting cards, dolls, toys and children's magazines featuring people of my race.

27. I can go home from most meetings of organizations I belong to feeling somewhat tied in, rather than isolated, out-of-place, outnumbered, unheard, held at a distance or feared.

28. I can be pretty sure that an argument with a colleague of another race is more likely to jeopardize her/his chances for advancement than to jeopardize mine.

29. I can be pretty sure that if I argue for the promotion of a person of another race, or a program centering on race, this is not likely to cost me heavily within my present setting, even if my colleagues disagree with me.

30. If I declare there is a racial issue at hand, or there isn't a racial issue at hand, my race will lend me more credibility for either position than a person of color will have.

31. I can choose to ignore developments in minority writing and minority activist programs, or disparage them, or learn from them, but in any case, I can find ways to be more or less protected from negative consequences of any of these choices.

32. My culture gives me little fear about ignoring the perspectives and powers of people of other races.

33. I am not made acutely aware that my shape, bearing or body odor will be taken as a reflection on my race.

34. I can worry about racism without being seen as self-interested or self-seeking.

35. I can take a job with an affirmative action employer without having my co-workers on the job suspect that I got it because of my race.

36. If my day, week or year is going badly, I need not ask of each negative episode or situation whether it had racial overtones.

37. I can be pretty sure of finding people who would be willing to talk with me and advise me about my next steps, professionally.

38. I can think over many options, social, political, imaginative or professional, without asking whether a person of my race would be accepted or allowed to do what I want to do.

39. I can be late to a meeting without having the lateness reflect on my race.

40. I can choose public accommodation without fearing that people of my race cannot get in or will be mistreated in the places I have chosen.

41. I can be sure that if I need legal or medical help, my race will not work against me.

42. I can arrange my activities so that I will never have to experience feelings of rejection owing to my race.

43. If I have low credibility as a leader I can be sure that my race is not the problem.

44. I can easily find academic courses and institutions which give attention only to people of my race.

45. I can expect figurative language and imagery in all of the arts to testify to experiences of my race.

46. I can chose blemish cover or bandages in "flesh" color and have them more or less match my skin.

47. I can travel alone or with my spouse without expecting embarrassment or hostility in those who deal with us.

48. I have no difficulty finding neighborhoods where people approve of our household.

49. My children are given texts and classes which implicitly support our kind of family unit and do not turn them against my choice of domestic partnership.

50. I will feel welcomed and "normal" in the usual walks of public life, institutional and social.

Read the full article here:

White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack

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