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By: Steve - December 20, 2014 - 10:00am
Bill O'Reilly went after Samuel L. Jackson Thursday night for his "I Can't Breathe" song telling people to stand up to racist police.
O'Reilly slammed Jackson for trying to diminish America.
O'Reilly spent most of his Talking Points Memo going down a list of why black Americans "dislike this country."
He defended the U.S. as a place of great opportunity for people of color, and singled out President Obama and Jackson as two great success stories.
And that's why O'Reilly claimed Jackson was "jumping on the grievance train."
He went point-by-point through Jackson's life story and said, "Rather than diminish his country, Mr. Jackson should be trying to make it better."
And now here is a reality check for the insane and biased right-wing idiot Bill O'Reilly.
1) Jackson is NOT trying to diminish America, that is nonsense from O'Reilly. All he is doing is using his fame to make a point about police abuse against blacks, which is a real problem. He is NOT trying to diminish America, he is trying to make it a better place, because he likes America.
2) O'Reilly claims blacks dislike America, which is also pure right-wing nonsense. Every time a liberal or a minority speaks out about an unfair or racist problem in the country O'Reilly says they hate America. It's laughable, it's a joke, and Bill O'Reilly is a total idiot.
When conservatives speak out about problems in the country O'Reilly never says a word, he does not say they are un-American or say they hate America. Because he is a biased right-wing hack and a total idiot.
3) People like Samuel L. Jackson are great Americans, he could just keep quiet and say nothing, as he counts his money and leads the good life. Instead he goes out on a limb and makes a statement about police abuse, that is real. O'Reilly acts like Jackson is a bad guy, when all he is doing is making a point about real police abuse by some bad cops.
Bill O'Reilly is just a racist old right-wing idiot who hates people like Jackson because they do not just sit around and hide their head in the sand to police abuse. Jackson is a great American, and Bill O'Reilly should be ashamed of what he said about him. It's just more proof O'Reilly is nothing but a racist right-wing idiot.
Bill O'Reilly Dishonest On 14 Year Old Birth Rates For Blacks
By: Steve - December 19, 2014 - 10:00am
Quote from the idiot Bill O'Reilly: "African-Americans Should Wear Don't Get Pregnant At 14 On Their T-Shirts."
Here is what Tim Wise said about what O'Reilly said:
Naturally, Bill O'Reilly once again slanders black folks and spreads ignorance. Must be a day ending in the letter "y."
His assumption that the "problem with black people" is that they are having babies at 14 is so statistically illiterate as to render me almost speechless.
Luckily, one needn't speak to actually look up the data to debunk this widely believed BS. So here's the deal: according to the National Vital Statistics Reports, published by the CDC/National Center for Health Statistics, in 2012 (the latest year for which data were available), there were exactly 1,263 children born to black girls between the ages of 10 and 14, in the entire U.S.
That's it. Not multiple thousands, not a national "epidemic," and not a "cultural norm."
That is less than 1 birth for every 1000 black girls that age.
Meaning that 999 of 1000 black girls between 10 and 14 will NOT have a baby in a given year.
By the way, this birth rate for young black girls is actually DOWN by more than 80 percent since 1990 (at which point there were 5 births per 1000 such black girls).
By O'Reilly's logic, he should be applauding the black community for their increasingly "responsible" child birth patterns. But of course, he won't.
Because he is a racist asshat. Link to the data is below...Table 3, on page 17. It took me 5 minutes to find this. That's how long it takes to debunk this clown.
Money-Hungry Lawmakers Say To Hell With The Will Of The People
By: Steve - December 18, 2014 - 10:00am
And O'Reilly never said a word about any of it, nothing, not a word. Because he is a Republican and one of the rich who will benefit by the corrupt bill.
Just when you thought the influence of big money in politics hit a fever pitch this year with our $4 billion midterm, our elected lawmakers snuck in a closing reminder that money reigns supreme in Washington.
Congress approved a $1.1 trillion end-of-year spending bill, known as "Cromnibus," full of handouts benefiting the super-rich. It was a glaring power grab by wealthy special interest groups and evidence of their corrupt grip on our lawmakers.
Wall-Street-friendly lawmakers added a retrograde piece of legislation (written by lobbyists from Citigroup) deregulating the banks again, allowing them to make high-risk trades with taxpayer dollars (the same type of high-risk activities that led America to the 2008 financial crisis).
While most Democrats voted against the bill, the ones that did vote in favor of Cromnibus received twice as much money from the financial industry than the ones who voted against it. Wall Street spent $1.5 million per day in the last election cycle and it is certainly paying off.
The spending bill came with another holiday surprise. Cromnibus will increase the amount that individuals can give to a political party -- tenfold. This means there's going to be a whole lot more money buying political favors in Washington.
Republicans and Democrats are both to blame for not vetoing this backsliding policy on campaign finance. They chose to keep it in the bill and, by passing it through, they have further downgraded our democracy into a service center for America's most wealthy few.
And as our representatives help big money get even bigger, it's at the expense of the American people.
For example, although 70 percent of Washington, D.C. voted to legalize the use of recreational marijuana, it was nullified in Cromnibus with the help of Rep. Andy Harris (R-MD). One of the Congressman's biggest campaign donors is a pharmaceutical company that sells pain-killing meds.
While Rep. Harris ascribed his anti-marijuana zeal to keeping teenagers drug-free, he failed to mention the fat checks he received from big pharma who would hate to have marijuana competing with their products.
This is an appalling example of money-hungry legislators undermining the will of the people.
"It is breathtakingly cynical to give even more power to the wealthy and well-connected on the heels of an election that ushered in a new, dangerous era of big money in politics," stated Rep. John Sarbanes.
Many of our lawmakers would rather advance the interests of their wealthy donors than actually represent the people. 91 percent of Americans disapprove of Congress already, and this spending bill has generated even more distrust between Washington and voters.
As our politicians continue to collude with big moneyed groups, it's up to all of us -- the public -- to take a united stand to stamp big money in politics.
The Stamp Stampede is nearly 30,000 citizens that are mad as hell and doing something about it. We're legally rubber stamping paper currency with messages like "Not To Be Used for Bribing Politicians" in order to create a mass visual demonstration of support for common-sense reform that ends the culture of corruption in Washington.
With hundreds of new people joining every day, we're creating a petition on steroids to take back our democracy.
Republicans & Fox News Win PolitiFact's 2014 Lie Of The Year Award
By: Steve - December 17, 2014 - 10:00am
Republicans and Fox News have won PolitiFact's lie of the year award for spreading inaccurate information and hysteria about Ebola.
PolitiFact explained why they chose the right's Ebola hysteria as the lie of the year.
PolitiFact and PunditFact rated 16 separate claims about Ebola as Mostly False, False or Pants on Fire on our Truth-O-Meter in 2014. Ten of those claims came in October, as Duncan's case came to the fore and as voters went to the polls to select a new Congress.
Fox News analyst George Will claimed Ebola could be spread into the general population through a sneeze or a cough, saying the conventional wisdom that Ebola spreads only through direct contact with bodily fluids was wrong.
"The problem is the original assumption, said with great certitude if not certainty, was that you need to have direct contact, meaning with bodily fluids from someone, because it's not airborne," Will said. "There are doctors who are saying that in a sneeze or some cough, some of the airborne particles can be infectious."
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., described Ebola as "incredibly contagious, very transmissible" and "easy to catch."
Members of Congress even came up with their own scenarios, with some suggesting that Ebola could be a security threat to the United States carried in by illegal immigrants or terrorists. But such ideas contradicted basic facts about the disease.
In early October, Fox News posted a list of the top nine scariest pandemic movies. At the top was the 1995 film Outbreak, in which a virus mutates, becomes airborne and forces the Army to consider dropping a nuclear weapon on a sleepy California town.
PolitiFact also called out the cable news networks for endlessly hyping the hysteria, but make no mistake about it; the hysteria was being fueled by false information being delivered by Bill O'Reilly, Fox News, and the Republicans on a daily basis.
President Obama spent the better part of a month debunking Ebola misinformation that O'Reilly, Fox, and the Republicans kept putting out there.
O'Reilly and his Republican friends lied about Ebola because they were using panic and fear to create mistrust of the government in order to win an election. Once Republicans won control of the Senate, Ebola stopped being a pressing issue, and O'Reilly suddenly stopped reporting on it.
Ebola was such a non-issue that House Republicans took the country to the brink of another government shutdown that would have delayed more funding for combating Ebola.
The cable news networks tried to use Ebola to increase ratings. Republicans used Ebola to win an election. Lost in all of the needless hysteria was the fact that the American people never had anything to fear about Ebola.
Which I reported on this blog, so I got it right, O'Reilly, Fox, and the Republicans had it wrong.
The Ebola panic demonstrated that fear based politics didn't die with the Bush administration. Fear remains the Republican weapon of choice, and the corporate media are happy to go along for the ride if it means increased ratings and profits.
O'Reilly Claims Protesters Want To See The Justice System Torn Down
By: Steve - December 16, 2014 - 10:00am
Which is total lies from O'Reilly, because all the protesters want is for the cops to quit killing unarmed black people, not one of them want the justice system torn down, they just want it to be fair to everyone.
Here is what the right-wing idiot O'Reilly said:
O'Reilly claimed to know the real deal behind the Michael Brown and Eric Garner protesters (saying most of them are partying and all of them are being organized by shadowy outside forces), and he continued, asserting that their goal is to completely take down the justice system.
He likened the police brutality protesters to people opposing the CIA; they're trying to take down what keeps America safe for their own selfish ends.
And the protesters are doing this, O'Reilly said, because "they don't like the police and they want to see the justice system torn down."
He slammed the protesters and Samuel L. Jackson for singing about "racist police," charging that they give into a mentality that will lead to "anarchy in the streets."
When the anarchy in the streets is caused by the racist and bad cops who kill unarmed black kids, which O'Reilly totally ignores in his biased speculation filled rant. That btw, he never says he does. O'Reilly claims to have a no speculation zone and says that he only deals in the facts, as he is speculating the protesters want to tear down the justice system, with no proof.
O'Reilly said the police make mistakes, but they "do not deserve the demonization" they've been getting from protesters and in the press.
O'Reilly lives in a world where it is ok for the cops to do anything they want, simply because they are cops, and he does not care that they are biased and racist to blacks. Then he defends the bad cops, because he is an idiot.
Nobody is demonizing ALL the cops, only the bad ones, most cops are good. O'Reilly does not care, he wants everyone to leave ALL the cops alone and just move on. Well they have been doing that for years, but no more, it is time to stop the racism and the unfairness to blacks from white cops.
Cheney Admits Bush Knew About The Torture & Approved It
By: Steve - December 15, 2014 - 11:00am
So I guess what he is saying is that if you want to put him on trial from breaking the torture laws, you have to put Bush on trail too, because he knew about it and approved it. Which is what you would call throwing your so-called friend under the bus.
On Meet The Press, former vice president Dick Cheney claimed that he did not need a presidential pardon because he did not commit a crime, but he also threw George W. Bush under the bus by providing evidence that the former president knew they were violating the torture laws.
Cheney repeatedly tried to hide behind 9/11. And even went as far as defining torture as 9/11. Later, Cheney said that Bush was not misled. He claimed that the president authorized torture.
Cheney said this:
CHENEY: He was briefed. I was heavily involved as was the National Security Director, Condi. The president writes about it in his own book. What happened was he and I met every single morning with the director of the CIA, with the National Security Advisor six days a week and reviewed everything basically in the intelligence arena.The reason Cheney's statements matter is because according to international law senior administration officials who knew about the torture program can be prosecuted.
United Nations Special Rapporteur on counter terrorism and human rights, Ben Emmerson explained the law, "International law prohibits the granting of immunities to public officials who have engaged in acts of torture. This applies not only to the actual perpetrators but also to those senior officials within the US Government who devised, planned and authorised these crimes."
"However, the heaviest penalties should be reserved for those most seriously implicated in the planning and purported authorisation of these crimes. Former Bush Administration officials who have admitted their involvement in the program should also face criminal prosecution for their acts."
Cheney admitted that Bush authorized the program, which means Bush is subject to the harshest international prosecution. But the odds of the United States government turning over Cheney and Bush for prosecution are absolutely zero, despite Cheney's denials his words suggest that he wants to take George W. Bush down with him.
The two war criminals are turning on each other, and Dick Cheney provided the evidence that is needed to prosecute George W. Bush. And of course O'Reilly never says a word about it, because he supported both Bush andCheney and the torture they used.
O'Reilly even still refuses to call it torture, he calls it enhanced interrogation. Which is just ridiculous, a play on words, and the very same thing Cheney says it is while trying to defend himself as not using torture, when that is exactly what he did. Under International law and the Geneva Conventions (that we signed on to) it is defined as torture, waterboarding is also torture under International law.
O'Reilly and Cheney can call it anything they want, it's torture under the law, and that is a fact.
O'Reilly & Kelly Wrong About Protests Dying Out After A Week
By: Steve - December 14, 2014 - 11:00am
As usual both Bill O'Reilly and Megyn Kelly have no clue about what the people will do or not, they say what they hope will happen, instead of actually what did happen. They make these predictions as if they are sure of it and they know what they are talking about, when in reality they were dead wrong.
On December 1st, Bill O'Reilly and Megyn Kelly both predicted that Ferguson protests wouldn't last and would just die out within the week.
On December 3rd, the Eric Garner grand jury decision was handed down, triggering even more protests all around the country.
As expected they "did not have their finger on the pulse of the protests," and lots of planned protests are happening this weekend, and all over the world, including the Justice for All march in D.C. and a potentially huge protest in New York.
O'Reilly and Kelly live in a right-wing bubble and they have no idea what average Americans say, think, or do, and that is a fact.
Tea Party Has Racist & Offensive Obama Protest In Washington
By: Steve - December 13, 2014 - 10:00am
About 20 of these far-right loons stood outside the White House calling for Obama to be hung by a rope on one of the trees, carrying US flags, as they called him a Kenyan traitor.
The tea partiers shouted obscene, racist chants on Wednesday while gathered outside of the White House to protest President Obama's executive actions on immigration.
Among the shouts, captured on video by one of the activists, protestors could be heard calling for the hanging of Obama.
"Hang the lying Kenyan traitor!" one protester could be heard saying in the video.
"Plenty of trees in the front yard," another said. "Wouldn't be the first one hung on one of them trees."
"We've got rope," said another.
"Don't snap his neck, you pull him up watch him choke to death," someone else said.
The rally was meant to show support for a group of sheriffs who were supposed to meet on the Hill later Wednesday in an effort to voice opposition to the immigration actions.
In fact, they looked like Ted Nugents kind of people, dressed in camo and with full beards.
Here is the video:
And of course neither O'Reilly or anyone at Fox News reported any of this, because they do not want you to see this side of the Republican party. Even though they deny that any of the Tea Party protests have been racist. It was basically an all white far-right lynch mob who wanted to hang Obama from a tree, which is about as racist as it gets.
Former Tea Party Congressman Says We Should Be Proud We Torture
By: Steve - December 12, 2014 - 10:00am
Maybe that explains why he is a "former" Congressman, because that is an idiotic position to take. It makes us look bad to the world, it's illegal under US and international law, and it makes it worse for our people when they get captured in a foreign country.
Not to mention this, how can we tell other countries they can not torture people when we are doing it, and our moron Congressman are saying we should be proud of it. The terrorists also use it to get more terrorists to join their terror groups.
But this former idiotic Congressman still praised it. Former Republican Congressman and current conservative radio host Joe Walsh appeared on CNN Wednesday morning to discuss his tweets and comments in the aftermath of the release of the Senate's report on the CIA's use of torture.
Walsh, who has a history of making inflammatory and offensive comments, especially regarding Muslims, sent out a series of tweets Tuesday calling Muslims "animals" and saying he was happy the report was released because America should use torture against others, specifically radical Islamists.
The takeaway from Walsh, other than he is a disgusting bigot who only thinks on a binary level, is that he feels America is justified to use torture on Muslims (he doesn't differentiate between Islamic terrorists and Muslims) because they hate America and are animals.
He doesn't defend it as a way to get meaningful intelligence. No. He just thinks that if other people in the world dislike America then they deserve to be treated harshly and inhumanely.
CNN's Carol Costello challenged Walsh on his line of thinking. Walsh did not back off of his tweets, instead expanding on them and making sure everyone who was watching knew he was a downright horrible person. At one point in his conversation with Costello, he said it was part of an American hero's "job description" to use torture techniques like rectal feeding and waterboarding.
When Costello seemed shocked, Walsh reiterated that Muslims are "animals" who behead and exterminate people. Costello then asked, "So we should be animals?" Walsh responded that sometimes you have to act like an animal to defeat one.
I also want to point out that Walsh has never served a day in the military. He is no longer in Congress because he faced off against Democratic candidate Tammy Duckworth, an Iraq War veteran, in 2012.
During his campaign, he said that Duckworth, who lost both legs and part of an arm in Iraq after the Black Hawk helicopter she was piloting was hit with a rocket, was not a true hero because she had the gall to bring up her service during the election.
It is apparent that Walsh is nothing more than a far-right chickenhawk who loves to talk tough, while insulting actual veterans. I personally do not care if we torture some towel head or not, what bothers me is that the terrorists will use that to justify the torture of an American and say we do it so they can too. Not to mention, it's illegal under US law and international law.
Why Dick Cheney Is Freaked Out About The New Torture Report
By: Steve - December 11, 2014 - 10:00am
The Senate Intelligence Committee will release an executive summary of a long-awaited CIA report on the government's use of Enhanced Interrogation Techniques on Tuesday, showing that the agency relied on sexual threats, water-boarding, sleep deprivation and other methods to interrogate terror suspects in the wake of the Sep. 11, 2001 attacks.
The document will also show that CIA officials misled the Bush administration about the effectiveness of the methods.
Information that Bush, Cheney, O'Reilly, and other Republicans used to justify the use of torture, and yet, none of them have said they were sorry for using bad information to justify it, including O'Reilly, who constantly used the bogus information to justify the torture while defending Bush and Cheney.
Members of the intelligence community, former Bush administration officials who authorized the techniques in Aug. of 2002, and many Republicans in Congress have urged the Senate against publicizing the findings, arguing that they pose a threat to American security around the world.
Which is bull, the reality is they just do not want people to know the truth.
Former Bush officials, led by Vice President Dick Cheney and President George W. Bush, also continue to defend the enhanced interrogation techniques (which President Barack Obama has described as "torture" and banned in 2009) characterizing the methods as "absolutely justified."
"What I keep hearing out there is they portray this as a rogue operation, and the agency was way out of bounds and then they lied about it," Cheney said in a telephone interview with the New York Times on Monday. "I think that's all a bunch of hooey. The program was authorized. The agency did not want to proceed without authorization, and it was also reviewed legally by the Justice Department before they undertook the program."
Which is what Cheney has to say, otherwise he would have to admit they lied and used torture illegally, something he will never do, even though we now know the truth, that far-right neo-cons at the CIA were most likely told by Cheney or someone in the White House to lie and give them bad information so they could use the torture and cover their ass legally.
Critics of the Bush administration have long questioned the effectiveness of torture in providing interrogators with truthful and actionable intelligence. The CIA's findings are just the latest in a long line of reports from the Department of Justice, Senate Armed Services Committee, and the C.I.A.'s Inspector General to completely discredit the Bush administration's long-standing claims that torture prevented attacks against America and helped capture high value terrorist targets.
The document will show that water-boarding the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks (Khalid Sheikh Mohammed) did not "produce the intelligence that allowed us to get Osama bin Laden" as Cheney and O'Reilly had claimed, nor did torture techniques help stop future attacks on American soil from the likes of Jose Padilla, who sought to detonate a radioactive dirty bomb in 2002.
Which is why they do not want it released to the public.
In reality, both pieces of information were obtained by interrogators before the EIT program officially began, using traditional techniques. So in other words, they used torture and it got them nothing, then they lied about it to justify using the illegal torture methods.
And O'Reilly fell for it, hook, line, and sinker, and has never once admitted it or said he was sorry for using bad information to defend Bush and Cheney for using the torture. In fact, O'Reilly called everyone a traitor if you did not support the torture, saying you did not want to protect Americans.
Detainees who were tortured, in turn, provided interrogators with the information they wanted to hear, including fictitious connections between Al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein, which the Bush administration later used to bolster its case for invading Iraq. Those connections proved to be lies, lies, lies.
Which is what Democrats and liberals have said all along, while O'Reilly and the right said they were wrong, when it turns out the Democrats and liberals were 100% right.
"It is also important to note that some detainees who were subjected to enhanced interrogation techniques attempted to provide false or misleading information," former CIA Director Leon Panetta wrote in a letter to Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) in 2011, disputing Bush administration claims that torture helped capture bin Laden.
"In the end, no detainee in CIA custody revealed the facilitator/courier's full true name or specific whereabouts. This information was discovered through other intelligence means."
So nothing Bush, Cheney, or O'Reilly said about it was true, it was all lies.
Military and intelligence officials questioned the administration's torture protocol (which, a Justice Department inquiry concluded was hastily drafted after a prisoner had already been subject to water-boarding) in the very early days of the program. Military lawyers "protested that the brutal interrogation methods may have violated anti-torture laws," while career interrogators argued that the practices would not produce valuable intelligence.
The Bush interrogation program was based on the U.S. military program known as Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE), which is used to train American troops who are tortured by an enemy and was designed around "torture methods used by Communists in the Korean War...that had wrung false confessions from Americans."
Deputy Commander of the Defense Department's Criminal Investigative Task Force at Guantanamo Bay raised concerns that SERE techniques were "developed to better prepare U.S. military personnel to resist interrogations and not as a means of obtaining reliable information."
The Air Force cited "serious concerns regarding the legality of many of the proposed techniques." The Army, Navy, and Marine Corps raised similar issues, citing "maltreatment" that would "violate federal law."
In 2009, a bipartisan Senate Armed Services Committee report concluded that the Bush administration's use of enhanced interrogation techniques "conveyed the message that physical pressures and degradation were appropriate treatment for detainees in U.S. custody" and directly led to the abuses of detainees at Abu Ghraib in 2003.
Those practices ultimately served as a powerful recruitment tool for terrorist groups.
Now, Bush administration officials maintain that shedding light on the CIA's practices could "ignite the kind of violence that killed four Americans at a diplomatic outpost in Benghazi, Libya, in 2012."
But as Mark Fallon, a career interrogator, notes in Politico, that's not an argument "against the kind of transparency and Congressional oversight inherent to a well-functioning democracy; it's an argument against torture.
And by employing such an argument, people are implicitly acknowledging that torture saps the country's credibility and threatens its national security.
New Poll Shows Majority Think NY Cop Should Have Been Charged
By: Steve - December 10, 2014 - 10:00am
WASHINGTON - Americans by nearly 3-1 say the white police officer responsible for the death of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man being arrested for selling cigarettes, should have faced charges from a Staten Island grand jury, a nationwide USA TODAY/Pew Research Center poll finds.
Nearly nine of 10 also say it would be a good idea for more police officers to wear body cameras to record their interactions.
It was a cellphone video of a police officer holding Garner in what appeared to be a chokehold - even as he gasped "I can't breathe" - that apparently galvanized public opinion. By 57%-22%, those surveyed say the grand jury made the wrong decision in not bringing charges against New York City police officer Daniel Pantaleo.
In contrast, by 50%-37% they say a grand jury in Ferguson, Mo., made the right decision in deciding not to charge officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown. In that case, a white policeman shot an unarmed African American teenager, but accounts of how the incident unfolded are in dispute.
The telephone survey of 1,507 adults, taken Wednesday through Sunday, has a margin of error of 3 percentage points. Questions about the Eric Garner grand jury, which released its decision Wednesday, were asked of 1,114 respondents; the margin of error is also 3 percentage points.
And btw, Stephen A. Smith, the black sports media figure who is a co-host of ESPN's First Take said this morning that he gets pulled over by white cops almost every month, for no reason, except that he is black. He is wealthy and drives a nice car, but he said almost every single month white cops pull him over and never give him a ticket for anything.
He said it's usually 2 white cops, then a total of 4 white cops and when he asked what he did wrong, one of the white cops yelled at him and told him to shut his mouth. Then after one of the white cops realized who he was they let him go with no ticket, and they never tell him why he was pulled over.
That is blatant racism, that O'Reilly never reports on. He simply gets pulled over because he is a black man in a nice car and they just assume he stole it. O'Reilly ignores it, as he did the poll on the Garner case, then he claims racism is gone from America and the problem is the lack of family leadership in black families, or some ridiculous nonsense like that.
Earth to Bill O'Reilly, sometimes racism is real and even cops can be racists, and that is a fact you idiot.
John McCain on CIA Report: Torture Was Ineffective
By: Steve - December 9, 2014 - 11:00am
War booster but torture critic Senator John McCain (R-AZ) took to the Senate floor Tuesday afternoon to in no uncertain terms condemn the CIA's torture practices under the Bush administration, arguing that the Senate Intelligence Committee report proved that not only was torture morally objectionable but also ineffective -- the true reason, McCain said, so many opposed this report's release.
Saying that the CIA's practices "stained our national honor, did much harm and little practical good," McCain added, "What might come as a surprise, not just to our enemies, but to many Americans, is how little these practices did to aid our efforts to bring 9/11 culprits to justice and to find and prevent terrorist attacks today and tomorrow."
"That could be a real surprise, since it contradicts the many assurances provided by intelligence officials on the record and in private that enhanced interrogation techniques were indispensable in the war against terrorism. And I suspect the objection of those same officials to the release of this report is really focused on that disclosure - torture's ineffectiveness - because we gave up much in the expectation that torture would make us safer. Too much."
"Terrorists might use the report's re-identification of the practices as an excuse to attack Americans," he added, referring to the claim that the report's release would needlessly endanger American lives, "but they hardly need an excuse for that."
McCain overall decried the notion that torture was a necessary tradeoff for the security in the war on terror. "Our enemies act without conscience. We must not," he said. "We need not risk our national honor to prevail in this or any war."
Chokehold Case Stirs Debate On Special Prosecutors
By: Steve - December 9, 2014 - 10:00am
After a police officer was not indicted in a fatal chokehold caught on video, some officials are reviving calls to entrust such cases to special prosecutors, rather than local district attorneys.
The city's elected public advocate and some state lawmakers are pressing for appointing special state prosecutors for police killings, saying Eric Garner's death has bared problems with having DAs lead investigations and prosecutions of the police who help them build cases. Similar legislation has been proposed in Missouri since the police shooting of an unarmed teenager in Ferguson.
"This is a watershed moment," New York Public Advocate Letitia James said by phone. "It's clear that the system is broken and an independent prosecutor is needed."
She's advocating appointing such prosecutors whenever police kill or seriously injure someone. Assemblymen Karim Camara and Marcos Crespo are proposing special prosecutors for police killings of unarmed people.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said last week on CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer" that the state should examine whether DAs should bring such cases and "potential roles for special prosecutors," as part of a broad look at the criminal justice system.
After Garner died July 17, the Staten Island district attorney's office took the case to a grand jury that spent two months hearing from 50 witnesses and scrutinizing evidence including police policy manuals, medical records and four videos, according to the few details released.
Medical examiners had found that a police chokehold (a maneuver banned by police policy) caused Garner's death. Officer Daniel Pantaleo's lawyer argued the officer used a permissible takedown. Grand jurors decided Wednesday that no criminal charges were warranted.
The decision spurred protests and questions about how prosecutors conducted the secret process. And it has prompted debate over whether special prosecutors would build public trust or undermine a system set up to put tough decisions in elected prosecutors' hands.
"There has to be a permanent special prosecutor for police misconduct because of the inherent conflict" in tasking local prosecutors with exploring allegations against the police who are often their partners, said civil rights lawyer Norman Siegel.
DOJ Uncovers Absurd Levels Of Misconduct At Cleveland Police Force
By: Steve - December 8, 2014 - 11:00am
A 59-page report released by the United States Department of Justice on Thursday reveals widespread, excessive use of force by police officers in Cleveland. Cleveland is the city where cops recently killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice while he was carrying a toy gun on a playground, and just before that, Tanesha Anderson died in police hands when cops were supposed to be transporting her for mental health treatment.
In one incident from the Justice Department's new report, a 300-pound officer sat on a 13 year-old boy who weighed half as much and punched the boy in the face repeatedly while the boy was handcuffed in the back of a police car. In another incident, police used their stun gun on a juvenile suspect, despite the fact that the boy was being held on the ground by two officers. In a third incident, an officer fired upon a man who fled after repeatedly asking the officer to produce his badge in order to prove that he was, in fact, a cop. The cop did not do so.
The overarching conclusion of the report is that Cleveland police "too often use unnecessary and unreasonable force in violation of the Constitution," and that "[s]upervisors tolerate this behavior and, in some cases, endorse it."
The report points to a "pattern or practice of using unreasonable force in violation of the Fourth Amendment," including the "unnecessary and excessive use of deadly force," similar use of non-deadly force, and "[e]xcessive force against persons who are mentally ill or in crisis."
Some of the incidents laid out in the report reflect such questionable judgment that they would almost be comic if they did not end so tragically. In one incident, a police sergeant fired upon a hostage who fled a house where he was being held against his will by armed assailants. Although the man fled the building wearing nothing but his boxer shorts, the sergeant fired upon the man because he believed that the man had a weapon when he pointed arm towards the sergeant. According to the report, "[n]o other officers at the scene reported seeing [the man] point anything at the sergeant."
Another section of the report, which details a high-speed chase involving dozens of officers, is worth quoting at length:
On November 29, 2012, over 100 Cleveland police officers engaged in a high speed chase, in violation of CDP policies, and fatally shot two unarmed civilians. . . . The incident began when Timothy Russell and his passenger Malissa Williams drove past the Justice Center in downtown Cleveland, at which point officers and witnesses outside the Justice Center heard what they believed to be a shot fired from the car.
What they actually heard was the car backfiring. A massive chase ensued, involving at least 62 police vehicles, some of which were unmarked, and more than 100 patrol officers, supervisors, and dispatchers -- about 37 percent of the CDP personnel on duty in the City.
The pursuit lasted 25 minutes, reaching speeds of more than 100 miles per hour. During the chase, some of the confusing and contradictory radio traffic incorrectly indicated that the occupants of the car may be armed and may be firing from the car. Other radio traffic did not support that conclusion. No supervisor asserted control over the chase, and some even participated. CDP now admits that the manner in which the chase occurred was not in accordance with established CDP policies.
The chase finally ended outside the City's borders, in an East Cleveland school parking lot, with CDP vehicles located in front of and behind Mr. Russell's car. Thirteen CDP officers fired 137 shots at the car, killing both its occupants. Mr. Russell and Ms. Williams each suffered more than 20 gunshot wounds. The officers, who were firing on the car from all sides, reported believing that they were being fired at by the suspects. It now appears that those shots were being fired by fellow officers.
Just last week, nine officers involved in this incident filed a lawsuit claiming they were punished more harshly for their participation because they were not African American. Their punishment? Three days of administrative leave, followed by restricted duty for about 45 days, during which they say they were asked to do "menial and unpleasant tasks" and denied overtime pay.
The Justice Department's report, however, found that these incidents of excessive force may have flourished because the police department's mechanisms for investigating and disciplining officers who engaged in excessive force were entirely inadequate. Some officers who are "charged with conducting unbiased reviews of officers use of deadly force admitted to [the Justice Department] that they conduct their investigations with the goal of casting the accused officer in the most positive light possible."
The report found that "[d]iscipline is so rare that no more than 51 officers out of a sworn force of 1,500 were disciplined in any fashion in connection with a use of force incident over a three-and-a half-year period."
When the DOJ dug deeper into that 51 incidents, they found that "in most of those 51 cases the actual discipline imposed was for procedural violations such as failing to file a report, charges were dismissed or deemed unfounded, or the disciplinary process was suspended due to pending civil claims."
A press release accompanying the report announced that "the Justice Department and the city of Cleveland have signed a statement of principles committing them to develop a court enforceable consent decree that will include a requirement for an independent monitor who will oversee and ensure necessary reforms."
A consent decree is an agreement negotiated between the DOJ and the city that can be overseen and potentially enforced by a federal court once it is finalized.
Economy Adds Massive Number Of Jobs In November & O'Reilly Ignored It
By: Steve - December 7, 2014 - 10:00am
And the reason I keep pointing this out is because O'Reilly claims the Obama economic policies are not working, even though all the measures of the economy say the opposite. The stock market is setting record highs, unemployment is down, jobs are up to over 200,000 every month, and now over 300,000 a month, and gas prices are down to $2.50 a gallon, and heading to $2.00 a gallon by Christmas.
But O'Reilly never mentions any of that, not a word. Because it proves he is wrong and that the Obama economic policies are working. And btw, when those same measures showed good news under Bush, O'Reilly reported it every time and even gave Bush credit for it. But when it happens under Obama, O'Reilly not only does not give Obama credit for it, he does not even report any of it.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. employers added a whopping 321,000 jobs in November, the biggest burst of hiring in nearly three years and the latest sign that the United States is outperforming other economies throughout the developed world.
The Labor Department also said Friday that 44,000 more jobs were added in September and October combined than the government had previously estimated. Job gains have averaged 241,000 a month this year, putting 2014 on track to be the strongest year for hiring since 1999.
The unemployment rate remained at a six-year low of 5.8 percent last month.
The robust job gains come after the economy expanded from April through September at its fastest pace in 11 years. The additional jobs should support steady growth in coming months.
The job gains were fueled in part by strong hiring in retail, temporary services and transportation and warehousing. Those increases likely reflect seasonal hiring for the winter holidays. Shipping companies have announced ambitious plans: UPS has said it expects to add up to 95,000 seasonal workers, up from 85,000 last year. FedEx plans to hire 50,000, up from 40,000.
But the hiring also extended across many other parts of the economy. Manufacturers added 28,000 jobs, the most in a year. Education and health services added 38,000. And professional and business services, a category that includes temps but also higher-paying jobs in fields such as accounting and engineering, gained the most in four years.
The improving U.S. job market contrasts with weakness elsewhere around the globe. Growth among the 18 European nations in the euro alliance is barely positive, and the eurozone's unemployment rate is 11.5 percent. Japan is in recession.
Most economists say the United States will likely continue to strengthen despite the sluggishness overseas. The U.S. economy is much less dependent on exports than are Germany, China and Japan. U.S. growth is fueled more by its large domestic market and free-spending consumers, who account for about 70 percent of the economy.
That trend helps support the steady U.S. job growth. Most of the industries that have enjoyed the strongest job gains depend on the U.S. market rather than on overseas demand. Retailers, restaurants and hotels, and education and health care, for example, have been among the most consistent sources of healthy hiring since the recession officially ended in 2009.
Remember this folks, O'Reilly is saying the economy is a disaster, and that the Obama economic policies are not working. While all the facts and measures of the economy say the exact opposite. The stock market is at record highs, unemployment is down, jobs are way up, and the GDP is up every quarter.
This shows one thing, Bill O'Reilly is a partisan right-wing hack who is lying to you. He hates Obama so much he can not admit the truth, so he lies to you that things are not going well with the economy, when they are, just open your eyes and stop buying the lies from O'Reilly.
Republican Congressman Thanks Grand Jury For Not Indicting Cop
By: Steve - December 6, 2014 - 10:00am
And here is my personal opinion, Congressman Peter King is a low-life jackass that should be voted out of office. The cop used a banned choke hold that killed the guy, and at the least he should have been indicted for involuntary manslaughter, even O'Reilly thinks that. You do not thank someone for choking a person to death, especially when it was done using a chokehold that the NYPD had banned.
Nobody should be thanking that corrupt grand jury, and his explanation for why he thanked them sounds like something a mental patient would come up with.
Andrew Kirell from mediaite wrote this about it:
America's favorite Irish-terrorism-supporter-elected-to-Congress took to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon to thank the Staten Island grand jury for its decision not to indict NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo for the July death of Eric Garner after being placed in a chokehold while under arrest.
"Thanks to SI grand jury for doing justice & not yielding to outside pressure," King pecked out Wednesday afternoon. "Decision must be respected."
The congressman -- who once reaffirmed his support for Irish terrorists after their attack on Royal forces in Ireland, and who thinks journalists should be arrested for practicing free speech.
This writer remains eternally ashamed that his fellow Long Islanders have elected King to 11 consecutive terms.
And that's not all, the insane Congressman also blmed Garner for his own death saying he was too obese, saying this: "If You Can't Breathe, You Can't Talk."
Even though Garner did talk, and told the cop he could not breathe multiple times, while the cop did not let go of the banned chokehold until he died. King is such an idiot, he should not only be voted out of office, he should be impeached and kicked out of Congress now.
Rep. Peter King (R-NY) followed up on his tweet thanking the grand jury for deciding not to indict the officer who killed Eric Garner with a chokehold by explaining his take on the case to Wolf Blitzer Wednesday evening.
Despite the video evidence of Garner repeatedly saying "I can't breathe" as officers tackled him the ground and choked him until he ultimately died, King would not admit that excessive force had been used.
"First of all, the death was tragic, and our hearts have to go out to the Garner family," King began. Getting that obligatory statement out of the way, the congressman reiterated that he does not believe the officer should have been indicted and proceeded to defend the police actions.
"If he had not had asthma and a heart condition and was so obese, almost definitely he would not have died for this," King said of Garner. "The police had no reason to know he was in serious condition."
While not saying one word about the NYPD policy that banned chokeholds because they are deadly, instead he blamed the man who was choked to death for his own death, which is just laughable.
On Garner repeating "I can't breathe," King said, "the fact of the matter is, if you can't breathe, you can't talk."
Except he was talking, he was telling them he can not breathe.
He even said he has "no doubt" that a "350 pound white guy" would have been treated the same way, even though that is total 100% speculation.
Finally, King addressed the likelihood that a civil rights case would be brought by the federal government against the officer. "President Obama, if he's serious about trying to bring racial peace to this country, the last thing he should be doing is having Al Sharpton sit in the White House," he said.
"When he says that people in the African-American community don't trust the police, one of the reasons is because agitators like Al Sharpton are constantly criticizing and attacking and denouncing the police before he has any idea what the facts are."
Which is just insanity, maybe they do not trust the police because they shoot and kill unarmed black kids, and use banned choke holds to choke black guys to death. And we know what the fricking facts are, because we saw the whole thing on video. People who say we do not know all the facts in this case are insane, because we see it on video with our own eyes.
Fox Only Showed 25 Seconds Of NY Mayor Chokehold Press Conference
By: Steve - December 5, 2014 - 10:00am
Fox News aired less than 30 seconds of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's press conference following a grand jury decision not to indict a police officer for the choking death of Eric Garner. The speech ran nearly 17 minutes and was aired in full by CNN and MSNBC.
On December 3rd, a New York City grand jury voted not to bring criminal charges against a police officer accused in the choking death of Garner who died after being arrested for allegedly selling loose cigarettes.
An earlier autopsy by New York City's medical examiner ruled that Garner's death "was a homicide resulting from the chokehold and the compression of his chest by police officers."
Mayor Bill de Blasio addressed the decision during a press conference in Staten Island on December 3rd. The Mayor's speech, which lasted nearly 17 minutes, attempted to calm racial tensions in the city.
While CNN and MSNBC aired the speech live in its entirety, Fox News did not, airing only 25 seconds of the speech.
And btw, O'Reilly never said a word about it, while he complains about other media outlets ignoring stories for partisan reasons, when Fox does the very same thing. When CNN and MSNBC ignore stories that are negative to Obama or a Democrat, O'Reilly complains about it and says the media is corrupt, but when Fox does the very same thing, O'Reilly is silent.
Fox aired the 25 seconds so that if anyone says they did not cover the story they can say they did. But if this were a conservative cause they would have showed the entire press conference and spent hours and hours reporting on it. After the press conference they barely mentioned it, Greta spent very little time on it, and O'Reilly only had 2 segments about it.
Opening On Thanksgiving Backfires For Retail Stores
By: Steve - December 4, 2014 - 11:00am
Retailers that opened their doors on Thanksgiving Day in hopes of boosting holiday sales are shifting purchases away from Black Friday, rather than increasing the number of overall transactions.
According to an initial reading of data from consumer analytics firm ShopperTrak, "combined sales on Thanksgiving and Black Friday fell 0.5 percent from the same period last year," the New York Times notes.
The data shows that sales increased 27.3 percent on Thanksgiving Day, but fell by 5.6 percent on Black Friday. A different survey from IBM also found that online shopping was up 14.3 percent on Thanksgiving Day from the same time last year.
"People are changing their behavior," said Bill Martin, ShopperTrak's co-founder. "We've seen this for two years in a row now. Stores opening on Thanksgiving are simply eroding sales from Black Friday."
Some stores decided to stay closed on Thanksgiving Day in order to preserve the holiday for their workers and avoid siphoning off Black Friday customers.
But at least 12 major chains were open on Thanksgiving Day, staffed by workers who have very little to say in the matter.
Some are told that they will face repercussions if they refused to work on Thanksgiving and those who volunteer tend to do so because they are part-time, underpaid employees who are given erratic schedules and need all of the hours they can accumulate.
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