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By: Steve - July 1, 2016 - 10:00am
When it comes to who was responsible for the security lapses that resulted in the death of her brother, Chris Stevens, and three other Americans in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 11, 2012, the ambassador's sister and family spokesperson, Anne Stevens, is not pointing the finger at Hillary Clinton.
And it is "inappropriate," she said, to make Benghazi an election issue.
"I do not blame Hillary Clinton or Leon Panetta," Stevens said in an interview published Tuesday with The New Yorker's Robin Wright, referring to the former secretaries of State and defense, respectively.
"They were balancing security efforts at embassies and missions around the world. And their staffs were doing their best to provide what they could with the resources they had. The Benghazi Mission was understaffed. We know that now. But, again, Chris knew that. It wasn't a secret to him. He decided to take the risk to go there. It is not something they did to him. It is something he took on himself."
Instead, Stevens said that if any entity had any culpability, it was Congress for the State Department's budget.
"Maybe if the Republican majority Congress had provided a budget to increase security for all missions around the world, then some of the requests for more security in Libya would have been granted," Stevens told Wright.
Supreme Court's Latest Abortion Ruling A Big Defeat For Republicans
By: Steve - July 1, 2016 - 9:00am
Without a doubt the big news Monday was the Supreme Court, in a 5-3 ruling, striking down Texas highly restrictive anti-abortion laws. This was easily the biggest ruling on abortion in two decades, and it's already being considered a landmark decision for women's rights advocates.
And Bill O'Reilly, the so-called #1 journalist in all of cable news never said a word about any of it on his Monday night show. He ignored the entire story, even though it was the #1 news story in America and all over the news all day long.
To summarize the ruling, Texas Republicans knew that they couldn't place an outright ban on abortion, so they passed legislation that established absurd standards which any clinic performing abortions had to meet.
What Republicans are basically trying to do across the country is make it nearly impossible for a woman to have a safe abortion. They claim these laws are entirely about protecting women, when in reality this is nothing but conservatives trying to find loopholes to limit the access women have to abortion providers.
And Bill O'Reilly supports them, because he is an anti-abortion pro-life nut, just like they are. He is part of a strange group of Americans who claim to believe in freedom, as they tell a woman she does not have the freedom to decide if she wants to keep her unborn child or not. It is none of their business, and yet, they want to tell her what to do with her unborn child, when they have no legal rights to do it.
That's more or less what the Supreme Court said on Monday when it ruled that the restrictions Texas put in place served no actual purpose in regards to protecting women's health, and that they were basically just measures put in place to try make it more difficult for women to have an abortion.
This ruling was humiliating for Republicans. But they do not care, they are pro-life loons so they will continue their fight to stop all abortions, even when it is from incest or rape. Which is insane, but that is their position on the issue.
Here is why it was so important.
It set a precedent that Republicans cannot pass laws that place unreasonable burdens on abortion clinics in an attempt to close these facilities down, which is basically the loophole Republicans have been using for years to attack abortion rights.
With many other states facing similar challenges to similar laws like the one that was struck down in Texas, this ruling provides a lot of optimism that these laws in other states will soon be struck down as well.
It makes it much more difficult for Republicans to pass new laws attempting to restrict abortion access. Now any attempt by Republicans to try to find a way to close abortion clinics is going to have to fall within reasonable measures that have a legitimate focus on protecting women.
Which is incredibly difficult for Republicans to do when this has nothing to do with protecting women and everything to do with trying to circumvent a woman's Constitutional right to choose.
It showed us how fragile women's rights are in this country, placing a direct focus on the importance of the Supreme Court and the 2016 election. We're already looking at one open seat, with rumors floating around that Clarence Thomas might be retiring soon after the election.
Our next president might get to nominate two Justices, to say nothing about Ginsberg (83), Kennedy (79) and Breyer (77) who are all looking at possible retirement in the next few years. Yes, our next president could very well select five Justices.
If Hillary Clinton wins, it's very possible that a Democratic president will have chosen 7 of the 9 justices on the Court, and we can let Donald Trump possibly make those five selections, which would mean that a Republican president would have chosen 7 of our 9 justices.
It was a flat-out embarrassing loss for the Republican party. The Supreme Court ruling against backwards Republican ideology on women's rights is a huge blow to the party as a whole. Especially considering the ongoing turmoil that's been transpiring over the last few months as Donald Trump has completely hijacked the entire party.
It also exposed the Republican party's true intentions behind these laws they claim are all about protecting women. This is one of those moments where what most rational people knew (that Republicans were passing these laws in an effort to try to find some sort of loophole to block abortion rights for women) was confirmed by the Supreme Court flat-out saying that these laws had nothing to do with protecting women.
They actually put the health of women at risk by closing facilities where women could safely have these procedures done. It's always nice when what you've accused people of doing for years is confirmed by the most powerful court in the country.
Monday's ruling was a great win for women and women's rights advocates and an embarrassing defeat for the Republican party and those who are constantly trying to infringe upon the Constitutional rights of women. Like Bill O'Reilly and the rest of his crazy pro-life friends.
O'Reilly Warns U.S. Senators Who Vote Against Kate's Law
By: Steve - July 1, 2016 - 8:00am
Like he has some kind of power to do something to them, when he does not, he is simply a lame cable news tv host on a biased right-wing fake news network. He has no power to do anything to a United States Senator and they are laughing at his little warning, if they even heard of it, which I doubt most of them have.
Here is what the giant ego said Thursday night:
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): 60 votes are needed out of 100 to get the law in place for a full vote on the floor. Again, I simply can't believe that any sitting senator would not support Kate's Law, and we will tell you exactly who steps up and who does not.
By the way, Senators Grassley, McCain, Cruz, Rubio, and Sasse have been heroes on this. Also, standing alone next week in the senate, a new law that would withhold some federal funds from sanctuary cities, places that will not cooperate on federal immigration law.
The bill is sponsored by Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey and has a lesser chance of success than Kate's law, because so many Democrats are invested in the illegal alien industry. And that's what it is, an industry.
It is assumed that all the Republican senators will support Kate's Law and the punishment of sanctuary cities.
Summing up, simply inconceivable to me that any elected official would vote against harshly punishing violent foreign nationals who defy deportation. I can't fathom any responsible person doing that, and if a senator does vote against Kate's law, we will deal with that person.
Here are some facts about Kate's law that of course O'Reilly never tells you about:
The U.S. Sentencing Commission estimated that Kate's Law would expand the federal prison population by over 57,000 prisoners, according to Families Against Mandatory Minimums, a nonprofit organization that supporters sentencing reform.
If the proposal became law, its impact would be dramatic. "Kate's Law would suck up every dime you saved from criminal-justice reform and negate it," said Molly Gill, a government-affairs counsel at FAMM. Undocumented immigrants typically serve between 15 to 18 months in prison under the current sentencing laws before deportation, Gill said. O'Reilly's proposal would boost that average by 300 percent.
Housing the Kate's Law inmates for longer periods of time would cost the U.S. Bureau of Prisons an estimated $2 billion per year, according to FAMM. The bureau's annual budget request for all of 2015 was $7 billion.
O'Reilly calls for Congress to pass Kate's law, but nowhere does he say how they will pay for it, while at the very same time saying the Government is broke and that we can not afford any new social programs, he calls for something that would cost taxpayers $2 billion a year. So we are broke, but somehow they are going to find the $2 billion to pay for it, but if the Government wants to expand a social program O'Reilly claims we are broke.
O'Reilly's proposal stands out in a political atmosphere that is increasingly critical of mandatory-minimum sentencing, including among conservatives. For this reason, some legislators who embraced sentencing reform are wary of the new proposal. Republican Senators Mike Lee and Jeff Flake publicly opposed the mandatory-minimum bill in August.
Despite the public rancor, immigrants are generally less likely to commit crimes than the native population, according to the The Wall Street Journal. Mandatory minimums are generally ineffective at reducing crime or recidivism.
Anti-illegal-immigration advocates who complain about the burden on the American taxpayer might find a 28 percent increase in the federal prison budget counterproductive.
Even The Fox News Polls Have Clinton Easily Beating Trump
By: Steve - June 30, 2016 - 11:00am
What's really stunning is that more than half the Republican voters would rather have someone other than Trump.
Donald Trump has had a few bad weeks on the campaign trail, and it shows in the latest Fox News Poll. Just over half of Republicans would rather have someone besides Trump as their nominee, and his support in the presidential ballot test has dropped seven points since May.
Democrat Hillary Clinton is up 44-38 percent over Trump in a head-to-head matchup. Earlier this month, Clinton had a three-point edge (42-39 percent).
The national poll, released Wednesday, finds she has a similar advantage when voters are asked about confidence in the candidates to make the right decisions for the country if they were president: 48 percent are at least somewhat confident Clinton would. It's 42 percent for Trump.
Clinton is the choice among blacks (87-3 percent), women (51-32 percent), voters under age 45 (45-35 percent), and those earning less than $50,000 annually (52-30 percent).
Trump leads among white evangelical Christians (66-18 percent), whites without a college degree (51-33 percent), gun owners (52-30 percent), whites (48-34 percent), men (46-36 percent), and independents (39-31 percent).
John McCain Slams Trump For Waterboarding Statement
By: Steve - June 30, 2016 - 10:00am
Republican Sen. John McCain is hitting back at Donald Trump's renewed calls for torture in the aftermath of the deadly terror attack at the Istanbul airport in Turkey.
"It's not the United States of America. It's not what we are all about. It's not what we are," the Arizona lawmaker and former prisoner of war in North Vietnam said to applause at the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington on Wednesday.
At a rally Tuesday in Ohio, Trump reiterated his praise for using waterboarding -- banned by the Obama administration -- as an effective tool to fight terror just hours after the attack that left dozens of people dead.
"I like it a lot. I don't think it's tough enough," said Trump, adding that the tactic was "peanuts compared to many alternatives."
McCain noted at the event that waterboarding is considered a war crime according to the Geneva conventions, "But perhaps more important than that, if you're not into academics and history is it doesn't work. Because if you inflict enough pain on someone they will tell you whatever they think you want to hear."
McCain has long been an outspoken opponent of torture and had spearheaded the fight to prohibit certain so-called enhanced interrogation techniques originally approved by the Bush administration.
The senator has frequently sparred with the real estate mogul over his remarks about prisoners of war but has said he will back Trump if he becomes the nominee. McCain, however, has said he will not attend next month's Republican National Convention.
McCain also joked that those who initially thought Trump would be the nominee were "crazy."
"If you believed that Donald Trump was going to be the nominee and you believed that Bernie Sanders was going to come close, please raise your hand," he said.
"Please don't drive an automobile in the metropolitan area. You're a danger to yourself and others."
And btw folks, I could care less what the crazy Donald Trump says. But if other countries believe him they might waterboard some of our troops, and that is what bothers me. If we waterboard someone, they can use that to say we did it so they can to, and that is a very bad situation that I guarantee you Trump has not thought about. But the worst part is waterboarding is a war crime, so Trump is saying he supports war crimes, and worse, which makes him unqualified to be the President, who is sworn in to uphold the laws.
Trump Hit With FEC Complaint For Illegal Fundraising From Foreign Nationals
By: Steve - June 30, 2016 - 9:00am
The Campaign Legal Center has filed an FEC complaint against Trump over the fundraising letters that his campaign has been sending to foreign nationals.
"Donald Trump should have known better," said Paul S. Ryan, CLC deputy executive director. "It is a no-brainer that it violates the law to send fundraising emails to members of a foreign government on their official foreign government email accounts, and yet, that's exactly what Trump has done repeatedly.
The FEC's forum last week highlighted how foreign corporate money could infiltrate U.S. elections, but Trump's fundraising antics show that the FEC must also monitor candidates directly soliciting foreign money.
"If the FEC fails to take action on our complaint, it could send a message that Trump and other candidates have the greenlight to fundraise overseas," Ryan added.
"This is a strange and unique development that we have not seen before in campaign fundraising," said Democracy 21 President Fred Wertheimer. "The FEC needs to investigate how many of these illegal solicitations were sent, to whom they were sent, whether any illegal foreign contributions have been received and, if so, whether the contributions have been returned."
Trump's campaign has claimed that the fundraising letters were accidental, but the email spam asking for cash has gotten so extreme that the UK Parliment has taken action to block Trump's campaign from sending the fundraising emails to lawmakers.
Whether or not anything comes out of the complaint, the problem for Trump is that he has been rslamming Hillary Clinton, claiming she has taken money from foreign nationals via the Clinton Foundation. While he is trying to raise money from foreign nationals for his campaign.
The complaint won't be resolved before the General Election, but Trump just lost one of his key arguments against Hillary Clinton.
Nate Silver: 79 Percent Chance Clinton Wins In November
By: Steve - June 29, 2016 - 11:00am
UPDATE -- 6-29-16 -- 9:30pm: O'Reilly totally ignored this story, because he does not want to report that Trump is going to get killed. He has to pretend Trump will do good so his viewers will vote for him, if they know he is going to get crushed by Hillary they will probably stay home on election day.
Here is another poll you will not see O'Reilly report, because it shows his friend Donald Trump getting killed in November.
Hillary Clinton has a nearly 80 percent chance of winning the White House in November, FiveThirtyEight polling guru Nate Silver predicted Wednesday.
FiveThirtyEight projected Clinton has a 79 percent chance of winning the general election against Donald Trump, who has just a 20 percent chance of succeeding President Barack Obama in the Oval Office.
"Here's how to think about it: We're kind of at halftime of the election right now, and she's taking a seven-point, maybe a 10-point lead into halftime," Silver told ABC's George Stephanopoulos on "Good Morning America."
"There's a lot of football left to be played, but she's ahead in almost every poll, every swing state, every national poll."
Indeed, a Ballotpedia survey of seven swing states released Wednesday shows the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee sweeping Trump in Iowa, Michigan, Florida, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Ohio and Virginia by margins ranging from 4 to 17 percentage points. Leaving Trump with virtually no chance to beat her.
New Electoral College Projection Has Clinton Crushing Trump
By: Steve - June 29, 2016 - 10:00am
An updated Electoral College projection from Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball predicts that Hillary Clinton will demolish Donald Trump in the general election this fall.
And O'Reilly never reports this, he never says a word about the electoral college projections, for that matter the rest of the media rarely ever mention it. They all focus on the popular vote polls, when it is the electoral college vote that decides the election.
They ignore the electoral college projections because they want to make it a horse race for ratings, if they report that Clinton is crushing Trump in the electoral college vote people will see it's pretty much over and stop watching them.
They did the same thing when Romney ran against Obama, they had it close in the polls, while it was not close at all in the electoral college vote. Then Obama crushed Romney 330 to 205, it was not even close. The media wants everyone to think it's a close race, so you watch their shows, but it's not and Clinton is going to crush Trump.
The website, which is run by University of Virginia's Center for Politics, has the presumptive Democratic nominee beating Trump by a 347-191 electoral vote margin.
And btw, Sabato is pretty much non-partisan, he has no bias. Bill O'Reilly even has him on the Factor once in a while as a political expert, and O'Reilly has praised him as an honest political analyst.
What's more telling is that all of the normal toss-up states - Ohio, Florida, Virginia, North Carolina, Colorado, Nevada, etc. - have been moved into the "Lean Democratic" column, leaving Trump no mathematical way to make up the difference.
Crystal Ball's prediction comes as Trump's national poll numbers continue to collapse. Two polls out on Sunday gave the former secretary of state leads of between five and 12 points nationally over the presumptive Republican nominee.
According to RealClearPolitics, Clinton now leads Trump by an average of almost seven points nationally - her largest lead over Trump since he clinched the GOP nomination.
On this day in the 2012 campaign, Barack Obama led Mitt Romney by three points in the popular vote, very close to his eventual margin of victory.
Another troubling sign for Trump is two red-state polls that came out today showing him beating Clinton by much smaller margins than the previous GOP nominee.
In Texas, for example, Trump only leads Clinton by single digits, according to a new survey. Romney clobbered Obama there by 16 points in 2012. In Arkansas, where the 2012 GOP nominee beat the current president by 24 points, Trump only leads Clinton by 11.
These states are likely to remain in the red column, but the dwindling margins may be a sign that Trump will also underperform previous Republican nominees both nationally and in the all-important battleground states.
If this is the case, the eventual Electoral College map could closely resemble Larry Sabato's latest projection - a thought that has the Trump campaign, Fox News, the GOP, and Bill O'Reilly panicking.
Obama Approval Ratings Skyrocket & O'Reilly Ignores It
By: Steve - June 29, 2016 - 9:00am
As the Republican Party nears a state of Trump led collapse, President Obama's approval has reached its highest level since 2011.
And Bill O'Reilly has not said one word about it, but when the Obama approval numbers were down below 50% O'Reilly reported it almost every night and said it shows Obama is not doing a good job, even though it was just a temporary drop below 50%, and no President will ever get much over 50% because the country is equally divided with Republicans and Democrats.
For a President now (or in the future) to get over 55% approval is almost a miracle. O'Reilly ignores all that, to spin out Republican propaganda that Obama is a terrible President, even after his approval went up to 56% O'Reilly still spews out the same old right-wing lies, and he acts as if the numbers are still under 50%.
As the Republican Party nears a state of Trump led collapse, President Obama's approval rating has reached its highest level since 2011.
The Washington Post reported on President Obama's new approval rating high via the ABC News/Washington Post Poll:
The poll, conducted in the immediate aftermath of a massacre in Orlando, showed Obama's approval rating at 56 percent -- its highest level in Post polling since May 2011, after the killing of Osama bin Laden.
Obama is more popular now than Republicans George W. Bush and George H.W. Bush in the last months of their presidencies. Although Obama's approval rating has not reached the level of former Democratic president Bill Clinton's in 2000, his standing suggests that he could be a relatively effective surrogate for Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail.
After the Orlando terror attacks, President Obama's approval ratings went up while Donald Trump's poll numbers dropped. The voters are paying attention, and they are appreciating the job that Obama is doing for the country more by the day.
Republicans had already given away the qualifications argument to Hillary Clinton by nominating Donald Trump, but they are also watching the change argument quickly evaporate as voters are showing no signs of Obama fatigue.
If Republicans can't argue that they have the more qualified candidate, and the change argument falls on deaf ears, what exactly are Republicans planning on running on this fall?
But if you watch the O'Reilly Factor and Fox News, you would think Obama has been a disaster, when in fact he has been one of our best President ever. Look at what he did, when Bush left in January of 2009, the country was in chaos, we were losing almost a million jobs a month, the housing market had crashed, the stock market had crashed, and the banks were all broke.
The economy was on the edge of a 2nd great depression, and Bush had a 22% approval rating. Then Obama took office and in less than 4 years he fixed almost everything, and got Obamacare passed at the same time. If Obama was a Republican and did what he did, O'Reilly and the GOP would call him a hero and better than Ronald Reagan.
It just shows how corrupt and dishonest O'Reilly and the GOP are, because if Obama was a Republican they would praise him and love him, simply because he is a Democrat they slam everything he does, lie about him, and hate him, simply for being a black Democrat.
It not only shows they are dishonest, it shows they are mostly racist about him.
O'Reilly Totally Ignored The Supreme Court Texas Abortion Ruling
By: Steve - June 28, 2016 - 11:00am
UPDATE - Wednesday 9:40pm -- Bill O'Reilly still did not say a word about the Supreme Court striking down the Texas abortion law 5-3 on the Wednesday show. Because he is a biased pro-life right-wing coward, plain and simple. If the pro-life crowd had won 5-3 he would have been all over it and done half the show on it Monday or Tuesday. The biggest news of the week, and O'Reilly never said a word about it.
UPDATE - Tuesday 9:00pm -- Bill O'Reilly did not say a word about the Supreme Court striking down the Texas abortion law 5-3 on the Tuesday show. Because he is a biased pro-life right-wing coward, plain and simple. If the pro-life crowd had won 5-3 he would have been all over it and done half the show on it Monday and Tuesday.
There was a 5-3 vote Monday morning by the Supreme Court that struck as unconstitutional part of a restrictive Texas statute that threatened to shutter half of the state's remaining abortion clinics and deny millions of women the right to a safe abortion.
And Bill O'Reilly never said a word about it on his Monday show. Nothing, zero.
The question now is does he have the guts to discuss it on his Tuesday show, or will he ignore it again tonight.
Some CNN Staffers Are Revolting Over Corey Lewandowski Hire
By: Steve - June 28, 2016 - 10:00am
CNN's "facing a near internal revolt" over Jeff Zucker's hiring of Lewandowski as an exclusive correspondent for the news network days after he was fired as Donald Trump's campaign manager.
"CNN is facing a near internal revolt over the Corey hiring," said a TV insider, who described many in the newsroom as "livid."
"Female reporters and producers especially. They are organizing and considering publicly demanding" that Lewandowski be let go.
The Post reported on Monday that the Donald's daughter Ivanka gave her dad an ultimatum to cut Corey loose after she was distressed by news he'd grabbed reporter Michelle Fields by the arm at a Florida event, and by a Page Six report that he recently got into a shouting match on a Midtown street with campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks.
At CNN, the hiring of the former Trump campaign manager on Thursday didn't only alienate women on staff. A source further said that "Latinos and others in the newsroom feel betrayed by an homage to Trump," so "they may do a public letter" objecting to the move.
A different source said, "Everyone at CNN, and even people who used to work there, are pissed about Trump's former campaign manager being hired on salary."
A source previously told Page Six that Lewandowski's getting as much as $500,000 for the new gig, but a CNN spokesperson told us on Thursday, "I can assure you we are paying him nowhere near $500,000."
Meanwhile, CNN's newest correspondent is apparently under a strict nondisclosure agreement as a former Trump staffer. Trump's NDAs are reportedly binding "at all times thereafter" employment with the candidate has ended.
GOP Delegate Sues To Get Out Of Supporting Trump At Convention
By: Steve - June 28, 2016 - 9:00am
A Virginia delegate to the Republican National Convention filed a class action lawsuit in federal court Friday challenging a state law that binds delegates to support the primary winner at the nominating convention.
The outcome of the lawsuit could have significant implications for Donald Trump's nomination, as it will be a test case of a key argument being pushed by some Trump opponents who want to see him stopped at a contested convention.
They argue that state laws requiring delegates to vote for a specific candidate are unconstitutional, on the grounds that they violate the First Amendment's protection of the right to assemble -- and that delegates to the national convention should be allowed to vote for whomever they please.
Beau Correll, a Republican National Convention delegate who served as one of Cruz's campaign co-chairs in Virginia's 10th district, is the only named plaintiff in the suit, but he's filed it on behalf of Virginia's 49 Republican and 110 Democratic delegates.
It challenges a Virginia law that states: "Delegates and alternates shall be bound to vote on the first ballot at the national convention for the candidate receiving the most votes in the primary unless that candidate releases those delegates and alternates from such vote."
The complaint reads: "The First Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees delegates to the Republican Party's and Democratic Party's national conventions the right to vote their conscience, free from government compulsion, when participating in the selection of their party's presidential nominee.
Nonetheless, Virginia law acts to strip them of that right, imposing criminal penalties on delegates who vote for anyone other than the primary winner on the first ballot at a national convention. That law cannot be sustained under the First Amendment or as a legitimate exercise of Virginia's authority under the United States Constitution."
Even if this case makes clear state laws binding delegates are unconstitutional, party rules -- with their own penalties -- still remain. The movement to oust Trump has yet to find a viable alternative, and RNC leadership has panned their effort.
And the Trump campaign is taking the possibility seriously, building a 150-person whip team to keep delegates in line at the convention.
Breaking: Bill O'Reilly Wrong Once Again
By: Steve - June 27, 2016 - 11:50am
O'Reilly said the vote to leave the EU by the British was all about immigration and open borders. Here is what he said Friday:
O'REILLY: "It's about immigration, open borders. British tradition is very strong. And what has happened over the past 30 years is that the British system has allowed so many people in. And those folks generally speaking have not assimilated. So that if you go to parts of London, you're not really in England, you're in Pakistan or you're in the Middle East or you're in the West Indies.
And everybody knows this. And I think that with 'the open border, EU policy, anybody can go anywhere, anytime,' that the English people said you know what, enough."
Now the political and economic experts from England, who are living and working there say that is wrong. They do admit the immigration issue was a small part of it, but the majority of it was people voting to stop Belgium from making their laws and deciding how to enforce them.
The British experts on the Charlie Rose show said it was a vote to get away from Belgium, their judges, and their laws. They said the people of England and the UK want their own judges and their own laws, and they are tired of the EU telling them how to run their country.
They also said immigration was a very small part of the vote, from a minority of the far-right who are opposed to all immigration, similar to the far-right in America who only want whites in the country.
Supreme Court Strikes Down Texas Abortion Law
By: Steve - June 27, 2016 - 11:30am
More bad news for O'Reilly and all his crazy pro-life friends. Earth to right-wing nuts, abortion is legal, get over it.
In a 5-3 vote the Supreme Court struck as unconstitutional part of a restrictive Texas statute that threatened to shutter half of the state's remaining abortion clinics and deny millions of women the right to a safe abortion.
The ruling in Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt represents the most significant victory for abortion rights at the high court since the turn of the century, as states have scrambled to pass and defend similar laws across the country, seeking to chip away at the landmark Roe v. Wade.
That 1973 decision, refined by a conservative compromise in a 1992 case, established that the Constitution protects a woman's right to end her pregnancy, but later rulings and conservative lobbying have given states leeway to craft abortion laws and regulations targeting not so much the right but those who facilitate it.
When the Supreme Court heard the Whole Woman's Health case in March, Texas insisted that "abortion is legal and accessible" in the state, but was badgered by the liberal wing of the court, led by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, to explain how its law, the controversial HB 2, protects women's health - an interest the court has in the past recognized as a valid justification for abortion-related legislation.
Avowing a concern for women's health, Texas lawmakers passed the sweeping HB 2, which, among other requirements, mandated that abortion clinics undergo costly structural upgrades so as to resemble mini hospitals, and that abortion doctors obtain so-called admitting privileges at nearby hospitals - all in the name of reducing health risks and increasing safety.
And you can bet O'Reilly will lose his mind tonight and spend half the show (or more) crying about it, because he is also a pro-life right-wing nut who thinks he can tell a woman he does not know, and is not related to, what to do with her body.
Trump's Clinton Benghazi Lies Came Right From Fox News & Bill O'Reilly
By: Steve - June 27, 2016 - 11:00am
And btw, O'Reilly never said a word about all the lies Trump put out in the speech, because he has put out the same lies himself.
Donald Trump used his June 22nd campaign speech to parrot Fox News lies about presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's response to the 2012 attack on diplomatic facilities in Benghazi, Libya.
In his speech, Trump claimed Ambassador Chris Stevens was a victim of Clinton's actions while she served as secretary of state, claiming that she was asleep throughout the September 11, 2012, attack at the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi. He later claimed that "to cover her tracks," she lied about whether an anti-Islam YouTube video -- which led to widespread protests throughout the Middle East at the time -- inspired the attack.
Even though both of those claims are proven lies, she was not asleep and she was not the one who said the anti-Islam YouTube video inspired the attack, the intelligence community did.
TRUMP: Among the victims of our late Ambassador Chris Stevens, I mean, she, what she did with him was absolutely horrible. He was left helpless to die as Hillary Clinton soundly slept in her bed. That's right. When the phone rang, as per the commercial, at three o’clock in the morning, Hillary Clinton was sleeping.
Ambassador Stevens and his staff in Libya made hundreds and hundreds of requests for security. They were desperate. They needed help. Hillary Clinton’s State Department refused them all. She started the war that put them in Libya, denied him the security he asked for, then left him there to die. To cover her tracks, Hillary lied about the video being the cause of death, the famous video, all a lie, another Hillary lie.
On top of those lies Trump failed to mention that those requests for more security were not to Hillary Clinton, when they ask for more security it does not go to the actual Secretary of State, it goes to a lower office that is in charge of security, Hillary Clinton had no idea they were asking for more security, and had nothing to do with giving them more, or not.
Trump lied as if she got a direct phone call or email to give them more security, when she did not, and had nothing to do with security for anyone. The secretary of state does not decide who gets what security, someone else in the Government does, and Trump knows it, but he lied about it anyway.
And btw, Trump also never mentioned that embassy security is part of the overall Government budget, and that when the Democrats asked for more money to provide more security for Government employees, the Republicans all voted no and blocked it, funny how O'Reilly and Trump never mention any of that.
Fox News and Bill O'Reilly have long pushed the lie that both Clinton and President Obama were not responsive during the attack. But the fact is, congressional testimony has confirmed that Clinton was in close contact with military officials and National Security Advisor Tom Donilon throughout the night of the attacks, proving she was not asleep.
The former deputy chief of mission in Libya testified in 2013 that Clinton called him during the attack to be briefed on developments. Clinton also testified in 2013 that she spoke with administration officials and President Obama from her office at the State Department throughout the night.
Fox and O'Reilly have spent years dishonestly denying the role the inflammatory anti-Islam YouTube video had in inspiring the attack and suggesting that administrations drawing such a link were politically motivated.
But the intelligence community initially indicated that the video played a role in the attack, and interviews with some of the attackers revealed that the attack was "fueled in part by anger" over the video.
Fox News itself even reported -- the night that the attack occurred -- that the attack was partly "triggered by a movie produced in the United States that is anti-Muslim."
Conservative Joe Scarborough Slams Trump & Calls His Campaign An Embarrassment
By: Steve - June 27, 2016 - 10:00am
Joe Scarborough, a Trump cheerleader for most of the 2016 campaign, has had some sharp words for Donald Trump in recent days.
Last week, he suggested that the presumptive GOP nominee was "throwing the election" and said it was time for Republican leaders to stand up to him. On Monday's "Morning Joe," he went even further by calling Trump's campaign an "embarrassment."
SCARBOROUGH: Trump could be doing so much better. It is an embarrassment, every day, the embarrassment deepens because he just simply refuses to stop playing to the lowest common denominator. That lowest common denominator over the weekend got Donald Trump saying that people drinking alcohol in a nightclub at 2:00 a.m., should have guns strapped to their waists and firing those weapons.
He said it, bullets, gunfight at the O.K. Corral gunfight at an Orlando nightclub at 2:00 a.m. when bullets are flying across -- not just there, he's suggesting that people take guns, strapped to their waists, to nightclubs. Something that even the NRA will not follow him down that dark rabbit hole.
But when asked if guns should be allowed at his campaign speeches or the RNC convention, Trump says no and has banned all guns.
SCARBOROUGH: "Does Donald Trump want to actually win? And all of the evidence, if you look at all of the objective evidence on what is required to win a presidential race, he is going to turn the White House over to Hillary Clinton. He's going to turn the United States Supreme Court over to Hillary Clinton.
And we're making a warning today, or at least I am, because it's going to be too late, soon. We were talking about this six weeks ago, before we skidded into the ditch adds badly as he has. He doesn't have that much time to clean things up. And it just keeps getting worse every day."
Trump Is So Bad GOP Delegates Are Filing Lawsuits To Avoid Voting For Him
By: Steve - June 27, 2016 - 9:00am
You know you are a terrible person and a terrible candidate for President when your own delegates file lawsuits to try and get out of voting for you at the convention. These are Republican party delegates, and they say they can not vote for Trump. Now that is bad, and of course O'Reilly does not say a word about it, or have any of them on his show to discuss it, because he is a Trump stooge.
"I cannot, in good conscience, vote for Donald Trump at the Convention."
Beau Correll, a delegate to the Republican National Convention from Virginia's Tenth Congressional District, today asked a federal court in Richmond to block the state's delegate-binding law. That law requires convention delegates under penalty of imprisonment and fines to vote for the state's primary winner, in this instance, Donald Trump, who won just 35 percent of the primary vote.
The lawsuit seeks expedited relief from the Virginia statute for all Virginia delegates to the Democratic and Republican national conventions.
"I am proud to call the Commonwealth of Virginia my home, but I feel strongly that the state has no right to tell any delegate of any political party how to vote, my vote is a matter of conscience that is protected by the First Amendment."
Correll is represented by attorneys David B. Rivkin, Jr., Andrew M. Grossman, and Mark W. DeLaquil of the law firm Baker & Hostetler LLP.
"We believe Virginia's delegate-binding law is a clear violation of the speech and associational rights protected by the First Amendment," said Rivkin. "As the complaint points out, the Virginia statute violates decades worth of Supreme Court decisions, including one striking down a nearly identical Wisconsin law. We believe that no state has legal authority to regulate political party national conventions or to tell delegates how to cast their convention ballots."
The case was filed in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. And don't look for news about it on the O'Reilly Factor, because it has been and will be totally ignored, even though he does a legal segment every week and he has done thousands of legal segments over the last 15 years.
First Trump Fundraising Email Flops After Being Reported As Spam
By: Steve - June 26, 2016 - 11:00am
Donald Trump's first fundraising email wasn't the hit that he claimed it was because nearly 60% of the emails he sent were automatically listed as spam.
Ad Age reported this:
Nearly 60% of those first-ever fundraiser emails, however, never reached inboxes. Instead, they were automatically relegated to recipients spam folders, according to Return Path, which evaluates email campaigns using estimates based on its panel of 2.5 million active email users.
The email tracker also reported that just 12% of recipients opened the email, and 6% deleted it without reading it.
In May, 7.9% of the emails sent by the Trump camp were caught up in spam filters, according to Return Path. Even that nearly 8% spam rate is considered very high by industry standards.
The Trump fundraising email was only sent to people who signed up to be on Trump's mailing list. The fact that only 12% of the recipients opened the email casts doubt on the campaign's claims that they raised $3.3 million from a single email.
One of the reasons for Trump's emails being listed as spam could be that Donald Trump's sales pitch style of campaigning reads more like an ad for an online payday lender than a message from a candidate for president.
Trump is using sales techniques to run for president, which is why the spam filters are so confused. The filters can't tell the difference between the Nigerian prince offering to send you $2 million and the Republican Party's nominee for president.
Both the prince and Trump are running scams, and only a sucker would open an email from either of them.
And of course you never hear a word about any of this from the so-called journalist Bill O'Reilly, because he is a friend of Trump and a Trump stooge who is helping to cover for him.
Hillary Clinton's Lead Grows To 13 Points As Trump Campaign Falls Apart
By: Steve - June 26, 2016 - 10:00am
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton regained a double-digit lead over Republican rival Donald Trump this week, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday.
The June 20-24 poll showed that 46.6 percent of likely American voters supported Clinton while 33.3 percent supported Trump.
Trump had enjoyed a brief boost in support following the June 12 mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, as he doubled down on his pledge to ban Muslims from entering the country, cutting Clinton's lead to nine points.
But Trump's rise in popularity appeared to be only temporary, unlike his lasting surge among the Republican field last year after the attacks in Paris and in San Bernardino, California.
Clinton's 13.3 percentage point lead is about the same as she had before the Orlando attack.
Trump's slip this week came as he struggled to show that he can keep up with a Clinton campaign apparatus that has dwarfed his in size and funding.
Conservative George Will Leaves The GOP Because Of Donald Trump
By: Steve - June 26, 2016 - 9:00am
WASHINGTON - Conservative columnist George Will has left the Republican Party, and he is urging others to make sure the GOP's presumptive nominee, Donald Trump, doesn't win.
"Make sure he loses," Will told PJ Media, an online news company, in an interview Friday. "Grit their teeth for four years and win the White House."
Will, a long-time columnist and commentator, spoke Friday at the Federalist Society luncheon. "This is not my party," he said during the speech.
According to PJ Media, Will said he has changed his GOP registration in Maryland to "unaffiliated."
Will, a Pulitzer-Prize winning columnist, has long been critical of Trump. The Washington Post columnist warned in a column in April that Trump's damage to the party had only just begun.
Trump, he said, would be the "most unpopular nominee ever" and unable to get support from women, minorities and young voters.
In a column earlier this week, Will urged Republican donors not to contribute to Trump's campaign.
David Gergen Calls Trump's Speech Slanderous
By: Steve - June 25, 2016 - 10:00am
DAVID GERGEN: But you can't ignore the truth of what he says or the lack of truth of what he says. And I do think in coming days we're going to hear an awful lot about a string of lies and exaggerations.
I mean let's go to something fundamental. And that is, I was really surprised he leaned as heavily as he did upon the Schweizer book, called the Clinton Cash, that book has been basically discredited.
Other news organizations have looked at it and said he has no evidence, he has no evidence, that shows that money given to the -- by donors to the Clinton Foundation then resulted in actions by the State Department that favored those donors.
And what Schweizer himself has said is, well I think there's a pattern here and we ought to investigate. I'm sorry, at this level, you can't slander somebody -- and this was a slanderous speech, without more proof.
Even his friend Bill O'Reilly, who defends everything Trump says and does, said he looked into it and he can not confirm what Trump said is true.
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): Trump's speech lasted about 40 minutes and featured something new.
Now, the Factor checked out that allegation, and it is based solely, solely on a book unfavorable to the Clintons. Fox News cannot confirm the data Mr. Trump used. We cannot confirm that independently.
Another Negative Trump Poll O'Reilly Has Ignored
By: Steve - June 25, 2016 - 9:00am
Even half the Republicans want someone other than Trump, the polls show, but you will never see that from O'Reilly, because he ignored the entire poll.
A new poll shows that 48% of Republicans want someone else to be their presidential nominee besides Donald Trump.
It turns out that nearly half of REPUBLICANS would rather have someone else not named Donald Trump as their nominee. There has been a great deal of scoffing at the idea that the Republican Party might replace Trump at the convention with a different nominee, but there is a definite segment of the party that would support dumping Trump.
When half of a political party would rather have someone else, that is an omen that the party is in complete chaos. Trump has done nothing to reassure Republicans that he can lead their party. In fact, he continues to provide proof on a nearly daily basis that he is not capable of effective leadership.
Trump is getting crushed in the money race. He is getting out organized on the ground. Republicans have managed to hand their presidential nomination to a man who doesn't have a real presidential campaign.
Almost half of the Republican Party wants Trump gone, and they will go into November as a hopelessly divided party that will be ripe for the Democratic picking.
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