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By: Steve - March 7, 2014 - 10:00am
Paul Ryan turned out to be something of a drag on the 2012 Republican presidential ticket, but he never lost his Beltway-specific status as the GOP's Head Wonk.
This image is greatly helped, as Jonathan Chait points out, by the fact that Ryan "ventures outside the world of right-wing pseudo-scholarship and actually attempts to engage with mainstream economic analysis" -- as in his just-released report on anti-poverty programs, which cites scores of scholarly papers.
The problem: "The mainstream economic analysis" and Ryan's policy goals (gutting the social safety net and redistributing funds to the wealthy via tax cuts) are often at odds, as the authors of those papers were all too eager to point out this week.
The Fiscal Times rounded up a half-dozen scholars who called Ryan out for misrepresenting their research, by distorting their conclusions, eliding the mitigating factors of the findings, or flat out screwing with their data. In one case, Ryan simply ignored a portion of the war on poverty:
One of the study's authors, Jane Waldfogel, a professor at Columbia University and a visiting scholar at the Russell Sage Foundation, said she was surprised when she read the paper, because it arbitrarily chopped off data from two of the most successful years of the war on poverty.Others were not so generous. One economist criticized Ryan for using his research to marry a decline in child poverty to welfare reform, when the actual paper credited a confluence of policy and economic factors.
Another said Ryan flat out misstated her research on the relationship of housing vouchers to the labor market, by a statistically significant degree, and then articulated a reductive version of her conclusion. And so on.
As Chait argues, massaging the research isn't an accident or a result of sloppy scholarship, but structurally necessitated by Ryan's far-right ideological mandates. If Ryan wants to balance the budget in the next decade while cutting taxes without touching defense spending or current retirees’ benefits, the cuts must come from social programs.
Therefore, the data he spins out must support the cuts.
When asked for a comment, Ryan's office responded with this nonsense: "We're glad to hear the report is encouraging a debate on the performance record of federal anti-poverty programs."
Which is just laughable, because the report shows that Ryan does not deserve to be taken seriously at all. He is a dishonest right-wing hack who lies to the people and cherry picks data from economic reports to confirm his lies, and that kind of man does not deserve to be in Congress, or listened to about anything.
He reminds me of O'Reilly, once you are caught lying to promote a partisan right-wing ideology you have lost any trust you had with the American people, and you can never be trusted to tell the truth again.
The Wednesday 3-5-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - March 6, 2014 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: The IRS Investigation. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: There are charges that the Internal Revenue Service targeted conservative and Tea Party groups, trying to deny them tax exempt status. For almost a year, Congress has been trying to get to the bottom of the situation, but we still know very little. That's because the IRS people involved, such as Lois Lerner, are pleading the Fifth Amendment.Earth to Bill O'Reilly, this is right-wing nonsense, there is no IRS scandal and the story has been over for 6 months. Except for right-wing idiots who keep it going because the corrupt Congressman Issa keeps having bogus hearings about it. There is no scandal and everything you said about it is a lie, we know what happened, and it is over.
Then O'Reilly had the conservative author Hans Von Spakovsky on to say what he thinks happened at the IRS. And he is a biased right-winger from the Heritage Foundation, so he can not be trusted to tell the truth. He gets paid to spin out right-wing propaganda, and O'Reilly had him on to do that with no Democratic guest. So there was no balance, just 2 Republicans spinning out right-wing propaganda.
Von Spakovsky said this: "For almost two years, they held out from granting tax exemptions to almost 300 conservative organizations. The same thing didn't happen to liberal organizations. Tax exemptions were routinely granted within a month or two of applications coming in, but they didn't want that. They wanted the applications held up before the 2012 election and it's very clear that this was coming out of the Washington office of the IRS. They were very unhappy over the fact that the Supreme Court had ruled that non-profit organizations can engage in political speech."
That is all lies folks, none of that is true and liberal groups were also looked at. The tax exemptions were held up because of the Citizens United ruling, that O'Reilly and the Republicans supported. Tea Party and patriot groups were flagged for extra scrutiny by IRS agents simply because of the names of their groups, which was clearly inappropriate.
According to an analysis by the publication Tax Analysts, 46 of the approved groups on the list had Tea Party or patriot in their names, 76 were otherwise conservative-leaning groups and 48 were progressive. So right there you have proof Von Spakovsky was lying.
Then O'Reilly talked about some pundits on the far left who have accused Republicans of rooting for Vladimir Putin because it would damage President Obama. Republican Kate Obenshain and Democrat Kirsten Powers were on to discuss it.
Powers said this: "I don't know if I'd go so far as to say Republicans are cheering for Putin, but they seem to be blaming Obama for Putin's behavior. They claim President Obama is so naive that he doesn't understand evil dictators, but this is something Putin would have done regardless of who was President of the United States. Obama is not weak, he is bombing the crap out of a couple of countries with drones and he invaded Libya."
He also killed Bin Laden, which is something Bush could not do even after promising he would, and he has deported more illegal immigrants than Bush did.
Obenshain said this: "This is an overall criticism, and a very legitimate one, over Barack Obama's weak foreign policy. Since day one, with the 'world apology tour,' he has bent over backwards to the world's dictators and our enemies. There was also Syria and the 'red line.' If you say it, you have to do something."
Think about this, nobody thinks President Obama is a weak leader, except O'Reilly and his right-wing friends, they are the only people who make those ridiculous claims.
Then the Fox News stooge Carl Cameron was on to talk about how the USA can deal with Vladimir Putin's aggression in Ukraine. And of course there was no Democratic guest on for balance, just 2 Republicans that made it a biased and one sided segment.
Cameron said this: "John Kerry is meeting with his allies and counterparts from the United Kingdom, as well as the new Ukrainian foreign minister. He's also going to meet with the Russian foreign minister, but no one expects anything to be accomplished. The Obama administration is considering a visa ban and freezing the assets of some senior Russian officials, and there is also a Republican bill in the Senate calling for Russia to be expelled from the G8 and to close its consulates in the U.S. But Harry Reid says he thinks the U.S. should let things play out a bit."
O'Reilly said this: "Right now there is isn't anything effective going on in the USA. Congress could slap banking restrictions and sanctions on Russia."
Then Col. David Hunt was on to talk about Russia and Putin. Monday Col. Hunt implied that the United States should not interfere with Vladimir Putin's ambitions. So O'Reilly had him back to talk about it some more, and no Democratic guest was on for balance.
Hunt said this: "Let's start out with the Crimea, which is 80% Russian. They're not too upset in Crimea that the Russians are there. I'm not defending what Putin did, he crossed international borders with troops. My point is that we have no dog in this fight and there is no simple solution that will do anything to affect this."
O'Reilly said this: "China is watching this and if Barack Obama does nothing China might seize those Japanese islands that it wants. And North Korea is nuts, they'll fire missiles wherever they want to fire them. There's a sophisticated chain reaction when the big dog is perceived to be weak and ineffective."
Then Martha MacCallum was on for did you see that. During Sunday's Academy Awards, John Travolta butchered the name of singer Idina Menzel, calling her "Adele Dazeem." Which is not news and nobody cares but O'Reilly.
MacCallum said this: "He said it perfectly on Saturday during the rehearsal, so I don't know what these folks were doing before the production. Harrison Ford had a similar problem, he could barely get his words out. John Travolta said he felt terrible about this, he said he just goofed. Idina Menzel is a big star and she was very gracious about this."
Maybe he was a little drunk, who cares, n-o-b-o-d-y. This is not news, it's tabloid garbage.
MacCallum also advised the 60-year-old Travolta to stop trying to look younger than his years, saying this: "Men in Hollywood need to learn to age gracefully. Give me Cary Grant or Jimmy Stewart with that beautiful white hair and black glasses."
Now I have some advice for Martha MacCallum, nobody cares what you think, especially people in Hollywood. You are just a nobody blonde bimbo airhead right-wing moron who works at Fox News because you are a good looking woman.
And btw folks, only 1 Democratic guest was on the entire show, and she was on with a Republican to counter everything she said. The 5 other Republicans guests were all on alone, except for the segment with the Democrat Kirsten Powers. But O'Reilly was there so it was a 2 on 1 with 2 Republicans against the 1 Democrat in that segment. Which means all the Republicans got to speak with nobody to challenge anything they said, except in 1 segment. But the 1 Democrat that was on had to deal with 2 Republicans who told her she was wrong.
And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: The Lowdown on Getting High. Billy said this: "Even liberal California Governor Jerry Brown questions the wisdom of legalizing marijuana, asking, "How many people can get stoned and still have a great state or a great nation?" Inebriation of any kind is going to hurt you, no doubt about it."
Dem Rep Calls Issa Un-American Over Bogus IRS Hearing
By: Steve - March 6, 2014 - 10:00am
During a hearing of the House Oversight Committee into allegations that the Internal Revenue Service scrutinized conservative groups tax-exempt status filings unduly, Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) exploded at Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa (D-CA). Cummings charged that the way in which the proceedings were being conducted were "Un-American."
Because it is, and Republicans said the same thing when a Democrat once cut the mic of a Republican and would not let him ask a question. Not to mention, these hearings are worthless and a waste of time and money. Because they already found Issa lied and both Republican and Democratic groups were investigated by the IRS, not just the Republican groups Issa claims were targeted.
In apparent protest, Issa then walked out of the committee hearing. While making a statement before the committee, Issa stood up and asked Cummings to yield.
"If you will sit down and allow me to ask a question," Cummings insisted. "I am a member of the Congress of the United States of America."
"I am tired of this. You cannot just have a one-sided investigation. There is absolutely something wrong with that, and it is absolutely un-American."
"We had a hearing. It was adjourned," Issa replied. "I gave you an opportunity to ask your questions. You had no questions." "I do have questions," Elijah replied. "Chairman, what are you hiding?"
At this stage, Issa walked out of the hearing. Because he is a dishonest right-wing fool, who does not want Democrats to speak, so he ends the hearing before they can say anything. And of course O'Reilly defended it, but if a Democrat did the same thing O'Reilly would be outraged and cry about free speech, especially for Congressman.
And btw, that was the first time in the history of Congress that a chairman of a hearing asked questions of a witness, then shut down the hearing without letting anyone else speak, it had never been done before.
Fox News Helping Congressman Issa Lie To The American People
By: Steve - March 6, 2014 - 9:00am
Katie Pavlich of the conservative Townhall.com was shocked today to learn that Darrell Issa got it wrong again. On Sunday, Darrell Issa got the conservative juices flowing by promising that Lois Lerner would be testifying on Wednesday, when her attorney had already said she would not. He reiterated that stance for the dim witted, to no avail.
Fox News then published her outrage over Lois Lerner pleading the Fifth today in Issa's ongoing IRS Fictional Drama. And another Fox News article has been trending on the Internet, bemoaning the fact that Lois Lerner wouldn't testify after her agency improperly targeted conservatives (the truth is that the agency targeted both conservatives and liberals, and the only group denied status was a liberal one).
Fox News should not have been surprised, after all, no one but Darrell Issa ever suggested that Lois Lerner would do anything but plead the Fifth. Her own attorney said he had no idea where Issa got this idea that she would testify:
Lerner's attorney, William W. Taylor, told Politico, "As of now, she intends to continue to assert her Fifth Amendment rights. I do not know why Issa said what he said."As Jason Easley pointed out on Sunday, "Fox News plastered the story everywhere. This was the Republicans big break. They were going to revive the widely debunked IRS scandal. Lerner's testimony was going to give the Republicans the smoking gun that they thought they could use to impeach President Obama. Fox News is scrambling to adjust the content of their story, but in typical Fox fashion, they haven't changed the headline."
So it looks like Darrell Issa lied to the public again, and Fox News helped him do it. Now they are assisting in creating the narrative that she suddenly ducked out of testifying, when in fact, Issa knew all along that she wouldn't be testifying. Which is why he did not let Congressman Cummings speak at the bogus hearing, because he was going to expose the fact that Issa lied and knew all along lerner was not going to testify.
So, someone here lied knowingly to the public. Darrell Issa, who has already been busted many times lying to the public in order to service his agenda of turning the IRS doing their job into a scandal. Fox News, who sued for the right to lie and call it news, so anything goes over there.
The Darrell Issa IRS witch hunt has cost taxpayers $14 million dollars and counting thus far.
Let this be a lesson to Lois Lerners everywhere. If you're still confused, see the wheels of the Chris Christie bus. These people do not care about you, and you will be thrown under their bus in order to service a lie. So now Republicans are busy acting shocked that Lois Lerner won't testify because she doesn't want to incriminate herself.
In what way could she incriminate herself or someone/something else? Darrell Issa says he wants the truth, but then he refuses to allow any testimony that doesn't fit his narrative, he redacted information from the beginning that would have proven Lois Lerner's claim to be false, and he only allows the testimony that fits the Republican agenda to be televised.
Helping Issa in this right-wing farce is the Republican Party's full time PR firm, Fox News.
At Fox Equal Time Is 7 To 1 For The Republican
By: Steve - March 5, 2014 - 11:30am
Fox News host Martha MacCallum on Wednesday said that the network was trying to give Democrats and Republicans "equal time" when it aired 7 minutes of Rep. Darrell Issa's (R-CA) press conference, but cut Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) off after only 1 minute.
At the conclusion of House Oversight Committee hearing on what Republicans say was the Internal Revenue Service's improper targeting of groups that were applying for tax-exempt status, Chairman Issa cut the microphones and walked out of the hearing, enraging Cummings, who was still trying to ask questions.
While Cummings continued to shout into the dead microphones, Fox News cut away to Issa's press conference outside the hearing room.
For 7 minutes, the chairman complained about former IRS official Lois Lerner's decision to invoke her Fifth Amendment rights, Cummings reaction to abrupt adjournment, and he vowed that the investigation would continue.
And then it was Cummings turn to speak to the press.
"We're up against a break here, but let's listen to some of it," host Martha MacCallum said.
But 40 seconds later, Cummings had his microphone cut again, this time by Fox News.
"We're trying to give equal time to both of these gentlemen here," MacCallum explained before going to commercial.
But of course she was lying, because they gave 7 minutes to Issa and 1 minute to Cummings. And Fox could have given Cummings more time after the commercial break, but they did not. Proving their bias once again, and proving they are not a news network, they are an arm of the Republican party.
The Tuesday 3-4-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - March 5, 2014 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: Dealing with Russia. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: So far it's been all talk, no action. Politicians in the USA and Western Europe are condemning Russia's invasion of Ukraine but doing little else. Putin is smirking at the world and testing the will of the Western powers; he clearly believes Europe will back down, isolating the USA. And he could be right - the British media reports that the UK government will not curb trade with Russia, while France wants to have 'mediation.' That will frighten old Vlad, won't it?Then the far-right stooge Charles Krauthammer was on to discuss it.
Krauthammer said this: "I don't blame NATO, which exists to defend its own countries against Soviet and Russian aggression. The Bush administration wanted to bring Ukraine into NATO, which would have triggered a NATO response to the invasion now. But the Europeans did not want to get involved with Ukraine because they thought it was dangerous."
Krauthammer also said this: "He came into office and announced the famous 'reset' with Russia. Then he canceled the missile defense agreement the Poles and the Czechs had agreed to because the Russians opposed it. Obama wanted to show the Russians that he was willing to bury the hatchet, but Putin looked at this guy and said, I'm dealing with an adolescent. He's a community organizer, he doesn't understand how the world works."
Then after 2 days of nothing but Republicans on to discuss the problem with Russia, O'Reilly finally had a Democrat on to talk about it. Leslie Marshall was on. Marshall said this: "This is not the United States' fault, this is Putin's fault. He is a thug and a bully, and we need to isolate him. I believe President Obama has begun to do that with our allies."
Then Ezekiel Emanuel, one of the Obama health care law's architects was on to talk about doctors and Obamacare. O'Reilly and the right claim some doctors will opt out, Emanuel disagreed.
Emanuel said this: "Doctors will not opt out, because it's not doctors who participate in the exchanges, it's insurance companies who participate. Doctors will take ObamaCare insurance - very few can just take people who pay cash because 98% of Americans can't pay cash for their health care. When you poll young doctors, 60% of them actually support ObamaCare."
O'Reilly said this: "I'm seeing walk-in health care clinics opening that are staffed by physician assistants and nurse practitioners. I think that's where this is going. But they aren't doctors!" Emanuel used the segment to repeatedly accuse Fox News of "sowing fear" among Americans.
And Emanuel is right, Fox is lying to you, because most people have health insurance and the doctors will work with them. Almost nobody pays for health care with cash. O'Reilly is an idiot who just can not accept that Obamacare is the law and it is working pretty good now.
Then John Stossel was on to talk about President Obama's latest budget proposal that calls for a much smaller military presence. Stossel endorsed the cutbacks, even in light of the Ukraine situation.
Stossel said this: "I don't see what we could do there. We couldn't solve the problems in Somalia and we got out of Iraq and Afghanistan, as we should have after we retaliated. It's our job to fight back when we're attacked, not to police the world. We already spend as much on the military as the rest of the world combined. We can't afford that."
Stossel also denounced the president's plan to boost spending on pre-school, saying this: "We spend more than any other country in the world on K - 12 education and we do a lousy job. We have already spent $200-million on Head Start, but Obama's own Education Department said it doesn't work."
And for once I agree with Stossel 100%, shocking but true.
Then Monica Crowley & Alan Colmes were on to talk about some right-wing editorial writers who are using the word "feckless," and have compared President Obama to Jimmy Carter. Which is just ridiculous, but O'Reilly had a segment on it anyway.
O'Reilly asked Monica Crowley and Alan Colmes whether the comparison is fair. And of course the idiot Crowley said yes, while the liberal Colmes said no.
Crowley said this: "Obama and Carter espoused a left-wing philosophy, which is basically that the United States is a force for ill in the world. Bad guys feel emboldened when the United States is perceived as weak."
Colmes, not surprisingly, disagreed, saying this: "The nonsense that Obama is weak is being put out by the right-wing, but the fact is that this is the guy who killed bin Laden and went into Libya, this is the guy who killed more Al Qaeda leaders than any other president. Strength can be just waiting for the right moment."
And now the facts, in Republicanland (where O'Reilly also lives) if a Democratic President does not invade every foreign country that does something we do not want them to do, the right-wingers call them weak and compare them to Jimmy Carter. It's ridiculous and insane right-wing propaganda, we can not afford to do it, and we should not do it. We are not the police to the world, and if we get involved in this stuff we just invite more terrorism.
And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: Remembering the Vets. Billy said this: "A great way to honor our wounded veterans is to help organizations such as The Fisher House and The Wounded Warrior Project, which do an enormous amount of good work on behalf of vets and their families."
As Usual O'Reilly Wrong About The Gender Pay Gap
By: Steve - March 5, 2014 - 10:00am
Last week O'Reilly said this about President Obama saying the pay gap between men and women was 77 percent:
O'REILLY: Alright, we analyzed the 77 cents business, or 77 percent, whatever it is, and it's about 90 percent when you factor in all of the experience levels and all of that.And now the facts, from the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Bureau of Labor.
On September 17, 2013 the U.S. Census Bureau released the 2012 gender wage gap numbers. And guess what. The wage gap still stands at 23 cents. That means a woman working full time, year-round still typically takes home 77 cents for every dollar a man takes home. The gap is even worse for women of color. This isn't the first year the wage gap has refused to budge. Since 2002, the gap has stubbornly hovered right around 23 cents.
And it's even worse for women who live in Illinois, who make 29 cents less than a man does for doing the same job.
Here are some more facts O'Reilly got wrong, or just flat out never reported:
Women in every state experience the pay gap, but some states are worse than others.
The best place in the United States for pay equity is Washington, D.C., where women were paid 90 percent of what men were paid in 2012. At the other end of the spectrum is Wyoming, the worst state in the country for pay equity, where women were paid just 64 percent of what men were paid.
The pay gap is worse for women of color.
Compared with non-Hispanic white men, Pacific Islander/Native Hawaiian women were paid 66 percent, African American women were paid 64 percent, American Indian/Alaska Native women were paid 60 percent, and Hispanic women were paid just 53 percent.
Women face a pay gap in nearly every occupation.
From elementary and middle school teachers to computer programmers, women are paid less than men in female-dominated, gender-balanced, and male-dominated occupations.
The pay gap grows with age.
Among younger workers, women are paid about 90 percent of what men are paid. From around age 35 through retirement, women are typically paid 75 to 80 percent of what men are paid.
While more education is an effective tool for increasing earnings, it is not an effective tool against the gender pay gap.
At every level of academic achievement, women's median earnings are less than men's earnings, and in some cases, the gender pay gap is larger at higher levels of education.
Those are the facts, but if you ask O'Reilly they are not needed, because he says it's 90 percent. Even though it changes by the State you live in, and it's worse than 77 cents in some States. O'Reilly just makes it up and hopes someone believes him.
The Monday 3-3-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - March 4, 2014 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: How to Handle Putin. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: Taking a page out of the Hitler playbook, Russian President Putin has invaded Ukraine, saying Russian nationals are in danger in that country. Putin's invasion of the Crimea is a clear international violation. He is punishing Ukraine for wanting to move into the European Union because their economy is so bad. The incident is a huge embarrassment to the Obama administration, which some believe to be soft on international danger.To begin with, how in the hell is it an embarrassment to the Obama administration, that's ridiculous and nothing but right-wing propaganda from the so-called non-partisan O'Reilly. To even say that proves O'Reilly is a right-wing stooge. Second, nobody is going to listen to O'Reilly about what to do, even his buddy Col. Hunt disagreed with him about the bank deal. Every time something happens in a foreign country O'Reilly says the USA looks weak, it's nonsense and just right-wing spin to make Obama look bad.
Then Christian Whiton, who advised George W. Bush on foreign policy issues, and the Obama hating Col. David Hunt were on to discuss it. Notice there are no Democrats on for balance, just 3 Republicans, O'Reilly, Whiton, and Hunt, who all hate Obama and are biased against him.
Whiton said this: "We can help central Europe get free of Russian energy, which has been used against Ukraine and our European allies. We should expedite the Keystone XL pipeline and there are other regulatory hurdles the Obama administration has erected to exporting natural gas. If we can get through those, it will go a long way toward taking resources away from Putin."
Which is just ridiculous, the XL pipeline would change nothing in Russia or anywhere else, and it would take a year or more just to get it up and operating.
Hunt dismissed the idea of freezing Russian bank assets and destroying the ruble, saying this: "You can't throw the switch to shut down the banking, it takes too much other cooperation and I don't think the United States can do that by ourselves. I don't see anything we can do to push this man out of the Crimea, and I don't think we have a dog in this fight."
Then the biased right-wing Brit Hume was on to talk about President Obama's reaction to the Russian crisis. With no Democratic guest on for balance. So O'Reilly had 4 Republicans on to discuss it, and 0 Democrats, where is the fairness and the balance in that O'Reilly?
Hume said this: "This does remind one of the Soviet Union's invasion of Afghanistan, and the profession of astonishment from Jimmy Carter. President Obama doesn't seem to have seen this coming, and the question now is whether he can rally other nations to his leadership. With other nations on our side Russia could be kicked out of the G8 and maybe even the World Trade Organization. But a lot of European countries depend on energy supplies that flow from or through Russia, and they will be hesitant to be too aggressive."
O'Reilly said the Western nations should take a forceful stand, saying this: "Putin has to be punished, and if the other members of NATO aren't going to go along with us, we should pull out of NATO."
Then Bob Costas, who anchored NBC's Olympic coverage, was criticized for statements that seemed to praise Vladimir Putin's strength and diplomatic skill. What O'Reilly did not report is that it was only a few far-right Republicans who criticized Costas, nobody else really cared what he said because he is just a lame sports guy. O'Reilly acts like the entire country was outraged at what Costas said about Putin, which is just not true.
Costas said this: "This is a controversy only for those looking for the most flimsy pretext for a controversy. That was not a profile of Putin, it was a setup to a conversation in which Putin would be called an 'autocrat' who wants to make his nation much more influential and consequential. We were framing the backdrop against which these Olympics took place. I talked about corruption being endemic in Russia, I talked about the jailing of dissidents, I talked about their terrible human rights record, and I talked about their alliances with Syria and Iran. Putin is a former KGB operator and he's a villain!"
Then Bernie Goldberg was on to talk about an interview on the Today Show, where author David Remnick said that the United States can't denounce Vladimir Putin because America has also invaded sovereign nations. And as usual, no Democratic guest was on for balance. Just the biased right-wing stooge Goldberg who hates Obama and all Democrats. Goldberg slammed Remnick even though he is right.
Goldberg said this: "What Remnick should have said, is that when the United States invades a country it's to free people and not to build an American empire. When Putin invades a country, it is never to free people and it may very well be to build a new Russian empire. But I don't think Remnick was saying Putin was a good guy, he's saying it's harder to deal with him because Putin claims we don't have clean hands either."
O'Reilly said this about Remnick: "He believes the United States is a flawed country, he doesn't see that big of a difference between Putin and the USA. It steams me and it's an insult to the military."
Which is nonsense, and not what Remnick said. Remnick just pointed out the hypocrisy in the USA slamming Russia for invading another country when we have done it too. Remnick did not say we are a flawed country and he did not insult the military, O'Reilly just made that up and added his biased opinion to the debate.
Then Juan Williams and Mary K. Ham were on to say how they would deal with Putin. Like anybody cares what these 2 cable news idiot have to say about it. They are just Fox News stooges, and nobody cares what they would do.
Williams said this: "I would freeze all the assets the Russians have in international banks, and I would make it painful for the ruling class in Russia. I might also ban travel for all Russians who want to come to the United States. If you make it uncomfortable on the Russian people, they'll make it uncomfortable on Putin."
Ham said this: "The first thing I would do, if I were president, is to have a coherent foreign policy that allows you to be believed when you say things. But if I had dug myself a hole, as the president has done by not being credible, the best bet is to push Europe to get Russia out of the G8."
And thank God Ham is not the President, and never will be, because she is nothing but a 3rd rate almost unknown cable news (joker the clown looking) moron. And if O'Reilly did not put her on his lame pretend cable news show every week nobody would even know who she is, let alone care what she says or what she would do to Russia.
And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: Stars Among the Stars. Billy said this: "Exuding classic beauty and grace, actresses Sandra Bullock, Amy Adams, and Jennifer Lawrence stood out at the Academy Awards and were reminiscent of the great stars of yore."
Earth to Bill O'Reilly, that is not a tip, it's just your opinion of a few women who were at the Academy Awards, so as usual the tip of the day was worthless and not even a tip.
O'Reilly Not Buying Inequality On Gender Wage Gap
By: Steve - March 4, 2014 - 10:00am
Last week Bill O'Reilly dismissed the significance of the gender wage gap, saying he isn't "buying this inequality business," and claiming that women can overcome wage inequality simply by working hard.
So he is basically admitting there is a gender wage gap, by saying they can overcome it by working hard. And btw, it's illegal to discriminate based on gender, so women should not have to work harder to overcome it. O'Reilly does not go after the employers who are paying women less for the same job as a man, instead he tells them to work harder to overcome it.
O'Reilly also ignores the true impact and scope of the gender wage gap, which plagues women at all stages of their careers regardless of education or experience level.
On the February 27th O'Reilly Factor, Bill O'Reilly criticized President Obama's 2014 State of the Union statements on the importance of closing the gender wage gap. Even though President Obama is right.
During a conversation with Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo, O'Reilly initially acknowledged that the wage gap exists even after accounting for career and life choices. However, soon after he resorted to mocking the gap, saying, "I'm not buying this inequality business," and dismissing pay inequality as a mere political maneuver, "not a reality."
O'Reilly concluded that Bartiromo's successful experience in the stock exchange was sufficient evidence that motivation and hard work can eliminate the gender wage gap, a message O'Reilly says he hopes "gets out to other women that, look, the gender pay gap is not perfect but it's good."
Which tells me O'Reilly is not playing with a full deck, and shows he may be getting senile. Because he admits there is a pay gap, that is against the law btw, then he slams Obama for talking about it, and then 5 minutes later says it is not a reality, then 2 minutes later says it is not perfect but it's good.
That's crazy talk, one minute he says it is not a reality, the next minute he says it is a reality, it's not perfect but it's good. Here is a partial transcript from the show:
O'REILLY: Alright, we analyzed the 77 cents business, or 77 percent, whatever it is, and it's about 90 percent when you factor in all of the experience levels and all of that. And you say?So what O'Reilly is saying is that it's ok to discriminate against women and pay them less for doing the same job as a man, and that since they make about 90% (his opinion) of what a man makes it's ok. And that even if an employer breaks the law and does it, the woman should just work harder to overcome it.
Which is just insane, and total right-wing garbage. They should pay women the same, if they dont they should be fined for the discrimination, and the women should not have to work harder than a man to overcome it. And Bartiromo is most likely lying, because I find it hard to believe that in a mans world of the stock exchange she was not discriminated against more than once in 20 years.
Many studies maintain that the gender pay gap narrows when "relevant factors are taken into consideration" -- The Daily Beast includes education, employment preferences, and work-family choices among these "relevant factors."
However, despite O'Reilly's dismissal, the gender wage gap is a serious issue that plagues women at all stages of their careers independent of education levels and career and life choices, and gets worse as women's careers progress.
In its 2013 Gender Pay Gap Report, the American Association of University Women (AAUW) found that women were paid 82 percent of what men were paid just one year out of college, and that lifetime gender wage disparities cannot be explained by personal choice.
The Institute for Women's Policy Research explained in a 2012 report that "Women's median earnings are lower than men's in nearly all occupations, whether they work in occupations predominantly done by women, occupations predominantly done by men, or occupations with a more even mix of men and women.
The National Women's Law Center (NWLC) reports that not only are education and work experience insufficient in explaining away the existence of the pay gap, but studies that control for these factors don't account for that fact.
Women are often excluded from higher-paying jobs; women are subtly and not-so-subtly pushed into lower-paying jobs that are often devalued precisely because they are done by women; and social expectations of women to do most of the unpaid caregiving work put together with the lack of paid family leave and other forms of workplace flexibility mean that women still face a wage penalty for not being a man.
Megyn Kelly Proves Her Right-Wing Bias Once Again
By: Steve - March 3, 2014 - 10:00am
Fox News Megyn Kelly dedicated her first segment on Gov. Brewer's veto of Arizona's anti-gay bill to an interview with one of America's most notorious anti-gay hate group leaders.
On February 26, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer announced that she had vetoed Senate Bill 1062, which would have allowed businesses and individuals to engage in legal discrimination by denying services to gay people on religious grounds. Brewer said that the bill "does not address a specific or pressing concern," and that it "is broadly worded, and could result in unintended and negative consequences."
Kelly opened the February 26 edition of her show with a segment on Brewer's veto that featured Tony Perkins, president of the anti-gay Family Research Council. With no pro-gay rights guest on to provide the balance in the segment, and no pro-gay rights guest on after Perkins was gone. Even though she claims to be non-partisan and has even said she will have the same number of conservative to liberal guests on her show.
Kelly gave Perkins an open platform to slam the veto as an example of "how fundamental freedoms are trampled," while citing a New Mexico couple who were prosecuted for refusing service to a same-sex couple as proof that the law differs from discrimination against mixed-race couples in that it "addresses some very significant problems."
The fact that Perkins was the subject of Fox's first interview on the veto is problematic. Because Perkins is not just an opponent of same-sex marriage-- his organization, the FRC, is a designated hate group, and he's made a career of peddling false and degrading smears about LGBT people, including this:
-- Falsely claiming that gay men are more likely to molest children
-- Comparing gay activists to terrorists and labeling them pawns of the devil
-- Applauding Uganda's "Kill the Gays" bill, calling it an effort "to uphold moral conduct"
Perkins has repeatedly used discussions about LGBT suicide to score cheap political points, claiming that LGBT teens kill themselves because they know being gay is "abnormal" and that they are "in rebellion to God's design."
In a letter to supporters, Perkins called the anti-suicide "It Gets Better" project an attempt to "recruit" kids into a "lifestyle" of "perversion." He's even blamed high suicide rates in the military on the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."
Kelly has repeatedly relied on Perkins for commentary on issues affecting the gay community, even after assuring a GLAAD official that she would challenge the anti-gay hate group leader on his history of extreme rhetoric. She has never done it, and never challenges anything he says. In fact, it is wrong to even use the leader of a hate group to comment on the gay issue, especially with no guest to confront him and give the counter point, but Kelly and Fox use him all the time.
Kelly's decision to host Perkins to discuss the veto without questioning his rhetoric or providing another guest to counter his views marks an unfortunate reversal from her comments the day before, wherein she acknowledged that Arizona's anti-gay bill was "potentially dangerous."
Unfortunately, Perkins regular status as a Fox guest is in keeping with the network's ongoing attempt to suppress gay rights by suggesting that the religious views of business owners should allow them to discriminate against gay customers.
Most of Fox News hosts and guests have slammed the veto of the Arizona bill, proving they do not care about equal rights for all, the only thing they care about is the Republican party anti-gay agenda, which they support and promote. And then they wonder why they never get the gay vote, and gay groups are always protesting against them.
Not to mention the constitutional issue and equal rights, Republicans claim to support the constitution 100%, except for that little part about equal rights, somehow they think it does not apply to gay rights, when it clearly does, it applies to all Americans.
O'Reilly & Republicans Wrong As Obamacare Enrollment Hits 4 Million
By: Steve - March 2, 2014 - 10:00am
As Republicans continue to sputter and fight among themselves, the ACA continues to surge ahead as Obamacare enrollment has passed 4 million.
HHS posted the news on their blog:
As we head into the last five weeks of the open enrollment period, millions of Americans are taking advantage of the new choices they now have to access affordable, quality health care thanks to the Affordable Care Act. The most recent data indicate that approximately 4 million people have now signed up for a private health insurance plan through the Federal and State-based Marketplaces since October 1.
The Obama administration is on pace to either hit, or come close to their goal of 7 million enrollee.
Over in Republican land, Speaker of the House John Boehner tried to argue that premiums are rising, and he described the ACA as a sucker punch to the economy. Boehner said, "Another sucker punch to our economy. Another broken promise to hardworking Americans. And the only reason we even know about it is that the House demanded this transparency from the administration."
At the same time, Majority Leader Eric Cantor is having trouble with getting Republicans to agree on their Obamacare alternative. The plan that Cantor is proposing would raise taxes on 150 million workers who get their health insurance from their employer.
Republicans are in big trouble here. The ACA is surging ahead while the GOP can't agree on what their alternative should be. The only idea that they have would raise taxes on nearly half of the population.
By limiting their entire position to repealing Obamacare, Republicans painted themselves into a corner.
They have no alternative to offer the tens of millions of people who will have access to health insurance via the ACA. The GOP plan looks to be going nowhere fast as each day proves President Obama right. Americans do want access to affordable healthcare.
All Republicans can do is watch their hopes for 2014 and 2016 melt away as the people all across the country continue to flock to Obamacare.
The Friday 2-28-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - March 1, 2014 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: Harmful Entertainment. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: President Obama has launched a huge initiative to help children at risk, targeting young black men. 'My Brother's Keeper' is a good initiative, but what is missing is the entertainment factor. Dubious music and movies are affecting unsupervised children of all colors, and the hip-hop industry makes billions of dollars putting out foul music. If you can't see that unsupervised children might be harmed by that kind of stuff, then you are not a responsible person.Earth to Bill O'Reilly, you are an idiot. Music, movies, and video games do not lead kids to do drugs and crime, poverty and low wage jobs that do not pay enough to live on do. If you do not understand that then you are not as smart as you think you are.
Then Juan Williams and political activist Kevin Powell were on. And this is where Juan Williams lost his mind, and sounded more like a far-right Republican than a Democrat. Williams agreed with O'Reilly and told Powell he does not know what he is talking about. Which is just ridiculous, because Juan Williams is a fraud and a Fox News fake Democrat.
Powell said this: "I've been in this hip hop culture for thirty years, and I have been saying some of the same things. But we're focusing on rappers and my question is why aren't we talking to the people who actually run these labels? None of the CEOs of the major labels that put out this music were at the White House yesterday, and they are the people who are signing the checks."
But while Powell denounced music executives, Williams unloaded on the rappers and singers, saying this: "This is a culture of failure that is dogging black America and you're correct to call it out. The critics say that if you come out and say that, you're not really black, you're not 'authentic.' The rappers are the sellouts, they're making pornography with black women, and they imitate criminals with tattoos and doo-rags. It's horrible!"
Which is just ridiculous, and most of the people that listen to rap are white, which O'Reilly fails to mention. Juan and O'Reilly are fools to blame rap for the problem, they sound like the crazy old men who yell at kids to get off their lawns. Do something about poverty and low wage jobs, and you will make things better, attacking rap does nothing for nobody, except to make you look stupid.
Then Lou Dobbs was on to talk about Arizona Governor Jan Brewer who vetoed a controversial bill that would have enabled businesses to refuse service to homosexuals on religious grounds.
Dobbs said this: "I talked with the governor this afternoon, and she made it very clear that for her this was about the faith-based community and religious rights. Her staff could not find a single violation of religious rights that this legislation would pertain to, it had no basis in reality."
O'Reilly theorized that the real reason for the veto was all about the money, saying this: "If she had signed this bill, the Super Bowl would have pulled out and they would have been boycotted by tons of people. The economic impact would have been Armageddon, there's no way she could have signed that bill."
Huh? O'Reilly said he never speculates, and Dobbs talked to her to find out why she signed the veto, so O'Reilly discounts all that to spin out his speculation on it. Once again O'Reilly thinks he is smarter than everyone else and breaks his own no speculation rules.
As reported previously, 47-year-old Gary Hegna, who raped a 7-year-old girl, was sentenced to probation by a Minnesota judge. O'Reilly asked Geraldo to discuss it. So O'Reilly reports on this story two times in two nights, while saying nothing about the Republicans in the Senate blocking the veterans benefits bill.
Geraldo said this: "We've tried contacting everyone from the prosecutor's office to the presiding judges, but no one will comment. They criticize you and say Fox News did shabby research, but they are absolutely clamped down and refusing to comment. I'm wrestling with why the judge would give such a light sentence to Gary Hegna, who was facing heavy time. Maybe the youngster would not travel back to Minnesota."
Haha, that's what you get morons. O'Reilly reports on the story with partial facts and right-wing spin, and they stop talking to you, what did you expect. I hope they never talk to anyone at Fox News again.
O'Reilly then denounced local officials and the justice system, saying this: "This is in Mower County, which is a corrupt county. The local newspaper is not investigating, so we may have to go out there."
Then Gretchen Carlson & Bernard McGuirk were on to name the week's most ridiculous people. McGuirk picked CNN anchor Carol Costello, who gushed over the "sexy" Jesus in the new "Son of God" movie.
McGuirk said this: "Jesus was young, he had long hair, and he worked with his hands. He wasn't a short, buck-toothed shrimp or people wouldn't have followed him around."
Carlson singled out New Mexico State basketball player KC Ross-Miller, who started a fight at the end of a game.
Carlson said this: "The team had just lost and he threw the ball at an opposing player. Then all the fans got into the action too, so they're also pinheads."
O'Reilly named Princeton professor Eddie Glaude, Jr., who says the crisis in the black family can be solved with more federal spending. "He wants the government to control things, and how well has that worked over the last 100 years?"
It's worked pretty good for Social Security, Medicare, Food Stamps, and the Military. O'Reilly and the Republicans act like the Government can not do anything right, which is just a lie, because there are a lot of Government programs that work great and have low fraud rates.
And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: Legal Advice for Vets. Billy said this: "Next Sunday, March 9th, there will be a free legal clinic for all veterans at Hofstra University on Long Island. Visit vlap.hofstra.edu for more information."
Judge Calls Fox News Report By O'Reilly Slanted
By: Steve - March 1, 2014 - 10:00am
A Mower County prosecutor and judge are taking heat from Bill O'Reilly for their decisions in a criminal sex case.
But the judge, Donald Rysavy, is firing back.
O'Reilly blasted Rysavy and Mower County Attorney Kirsten Nelsen on "The O'Reilly Factor" Tuesday evening after Gary Russell Hegna, 47, of Austin, accepted a plea deal and was sentenced to probation and no prison time for sexually molesting a 7-year-old girl until she was 12 years old.
"Probation for raping a 7-year-old girl over and over and over again -- probation," O'Reilly said on the show.
O'Reilly criticized Rysavy for accepting the plea deal over a prison sentence. While Rysavy wouldn't comment on the case, he issued a statement calling out Fox News for slanting the story.
"Judges aren't in a position to comment on cases, but my own observation on the Fox treatment of this matter is that once you have decided how you want to slant a story, further investigation of the facts is apparently not that important," Rysavy wrote in a statement to the Herald.
Hegna was sentenced in Mower County District Court last month to 15 years of supervised probation for (third-degree) criminal sexual conduct for sexually molesting the girl in Mower County. But important information O'Reilly failed to report is that the charge for (first-degree) criminal sexual conduct was dismissed.
Assistant County Attorney Christa Daily spoke with producers from Fox News, as did Nelsen, and Daily admitted there are more details they will not discuss. "It's the policy of this office that we don't comment on pending sexual assault matters," Daily told the Herald. She added it took several years before someone reported this case to authorities.
Fox News lawyer Ebony Williams speculated on the show that the county attorney's office may have not had cooperation from a witness.
"If this was first-degree conviction, we'd see a different outcome here," Williams said. And she was right, if it had been a first-degree conviction the judge could have given him a lot more. It was a first offense and the guy had no criminal history.
But O'Reilly wasn't hearing it, and he called for people to voice their displeasure.
"It's disgraceful, and you Minnesotans out there should call that prosecutor and demand accountability for this," O'Reilly told his viewers.
What O'Reilly also failed to report is that the sentencing is based on the Minnesota sentencing guidelines. For first-degree criminal sexual conduct -- which was dismissed in this case -- the minimum sentence is a 12-year prison sentence, but there are exceptions where it can be less.
The maximum penalty is a 30-year prison sentence and a $40,000 fine. For third-degree criminal sexual conduct, there is no minimum penalty in a case like this, but the maximum penalty is 15 years in prison and a $30,000 fine, if set criteria are met, which they were not.
Maximum sentences only apply if there are aggravating factors in a case or if the suspect has a criminal history. According to Daily, Hegna does not have a criminal history, and there were no aggravating factors.
Hegna must also pay $2,960 in restitution and register as a predatory offender. The case is not closed, as Hegna still has the right to appeal.
Senate Republicans Block Veterans Bill Over Iran Sanctions
By: Steve - March 1, 2014 - 9:00am
And the Iran sanctions they wanted had nothing to do with the veterans bill, does not belong in this bill, and yet they tried to get it in anyway, when they were denied they refused to vote for the bill. And O'Reilly never said a word about it, not a word, as he claims to care about veterans so much.
Senate Republicans on Thursday blocked a bill that sought to provide veterans with greater access to health care and education over a Republican amendment aimed at increasing sanctions on Iran.
Democrats failed to reach the 60 votes necessary to overcome the GOP obstruction.
Republicans have been trying to get a vote on an Iran sanctions measure, which has stalled after experts and Obama administration officials convinced most members of the Democratic caucus that it would derail talks with Iran over its nuclear program and could lead to war.
After numerous attempts failed, the Senate Republicans used Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) veterans benefits bill to bring the issue up again but Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) refused to go along. "Republicans say they want to help veterans. They have a strange way of showing it. We introduced a bill that would do just that. Republicans immediately inject partisan politics into the mix, insisting on amendments that have nothing to do with helping veterans," Reid said on Wednesday.
One of the nation's largest veterans groups, the American Legion, agreed. "Iran is a serious issue that Congress needs to address, but it cannot be tied to S. 1982, which is extremely important as our nation prepares to welcome millions of U.S. military servicemen and women home from war," American Legion National Commander Daniel M. Dellinger said in a statement this week.
"This comprehensive bill aims to help veterans find good jobs, get the health care they need and make in-state tuition rates applicable to all who are using their GI Bill benefits."
"There was a right way to vote and a wrong way to vote today, and 41 Republican senators chose the wrong way," the American Legion tweeted on Thursday.
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America also called on senators to take irrelevant issues like Iran out of the vets bill debate, and on Thursday called the GOP's obstruction "shameful."
"Veterans don't have time for this nonsense and veterans are tired of being used as political chew toys," said IAVA founder and CEO Paul Rieckhoff.
Sanders bill paid for the benefits by using some of the funds that would have otherwise been earmarked for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. But Senate Republicans like Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), who had no objections using those funds to pay for the wars, called it a "bogus gimmick."
"How can we afford $100 billion in tax breaks for the wealthiest three-tenths of Americans, but we can't pay for veterans benefits?" Sanders tweeted.
A bipartisan group said in a recent report that new Iran sanctions would undermine the Obama administration's diplomacy with Iran. James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, said last month that "right now the imposition of more sanctions would be counterproductive."
But the Republicans do not care, they want new Iran sanctions now, and they will do anything to get them, even though the President and most everyone else are against them, and that includes screwing veterans by trying to put an Iran sanction amendment into a veterans bill that has nothing to do with Iran.
And the so-called journalist Bill O'Reilly, who also claims to care about the troops and veterans, says nothing, he is silent as a mouse. But if Democrats did the same thing O'Reilly would lose his mind and scream bloody murder for holding up a veterans bill over Iran sanctions that most people oppose, including the President and most experts.
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