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The Tuesday 4-22-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - April 23, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: Drugs & Crime. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder want to change the criminal code when it comes to some dope dealers. They believe that in some cases the drug laws in America are unfair. But the act of giving another person a substance that could kill them or alter their minds so they kill somebody else is surely an aggressive action.

I believe it's a violent action, but the president and the attorney general obviously do not. Since tough mandatory sentencing was imposed, the nation's crime rate has plummeted. In 2011, violent felonies were down 75% compared to 1993 because many drug gang members are in prison. The drug culture is not some benign opium den where people sit around contemplating their pipe dreams; drug trafficking is brutal, nasty, and inhumane in the extreme.

Yet some of these abusers are now being portrayed as victims and non-violent offenders. Talking Points believes that giving drug-involved people leniency will escalate the crime rate in America. But we are living in a very liberal time when sympathy for the devil is growing on a number of fronts.

Yes, America has the highest incarceration rate in the Western world, but that's because we're a nation that embraces drug abuse. If we don't deal with that reality, all of us are going to suffer.
Earth to Bill O'Reilly, just because you believe in something does not make it true, selling drugs is not a violent crime, you hand the drugs to someone and they pay you, so where is the violence? There is none, and you are an idiot. Doing hard time for selling a little weed is crazy, and you are nuts.

Even Paul Larkin of the conservative Heritage Foundation disagrees with O'Reilly.

Larkin said this: "Yes, selling narcotics to people endangers their lives, but it doesn't necessarily involve violence. It's a mistake to mistake marijuana and other drugs with poison - even if we're talking about heroin and cocaine, you're still not talking about something that is necessarily poisonous. If the best policy is to soften the laws, then that's a policy worth pursuing."

And yet, O'Reilly still insisted that selling hard drugs is a violent crime, saying this: "The important thing to look at in criminal justice is protecting human beings. I see this as a violent action because I know people who have died from this and I have no sympathy for drug dealers."

Then Monica Crowley & Alan Colmes were on to talk about Jesse Watters, who encountered one man who brought his 14-year-old daughter to the 4-20 potfest in Colorado.

Crowley said this: "I saw this segment, and I was yelling at my television. Marijuana is a gateway drug to harder stuff, and is this father going to be around if this girl gets hooked on stronger drugs?"

Which is ridiculous, because studies have shown that marijuana is not a gateway drug, proving that Monica Crowley is not only a right-wing fool, she is a lying fool.

Colmes said this: "She seemed like a mature young woman and she said she would not smoke marijuana, if she did, until she's 21. You have to know more about the family to make a blanket statement."

Then Scott Shaw, founder of a militia movement that supports Cliven Bundy was on.

Shaw said this: "My advice to him, is to stay true to his convictions. He has a problem with the government owning the land in Nevada and I fully understand that. We always hear that we're a nation of laws, but it turns out that we're only a nation of laws when it suits our federal overlords, who pick and choose what laws they're going to enforce. I wouldn't provoke a confrontation, but I would definitely defend myself if the government came and took up arms against me."

O'Reilly reminded Shaw that Bundy has broken the law, saying this: "The federal government does have the right to seize the man's cattle."

Then Kimberly Guilfoyle and Lis Wiehl were on, they examined Tuesday's Supreme Court ruling, which upheld a ban on racial preferences at Michigan universities.

Wiehl said this: "The court is saying, that state voters can decide that they do not want preferential treatment based on race or gender. That is the law in Michigan and about seven other states."

Guilfoyle said this: "There is no authority in the Constitution to undermine elections, and this was decided by an election. 58% of the electorate voted for this in Michigan and it's their right to do so."

Then they talked about the Arizona woman who went to a job interview and left her children in the car.

Wiehl said this: "She is charged with endangering these children, because a 6-month-old and a 2-year-old were left in the car. They were sweating and they probably were endangered, but this woman was trying to go for a job."

O'Reilly said this: "She made a terrible decision, but would I put this woman in jail? No. Would I place her under supervision? Yes I would."

Then Charles Krauthammer was on, he looked ahead to 2016 and what it would take for a Republican candidate to defeat Hillary Clinton.

Krauthammer said this: "You let reality set in. People have a fuzzy picture of her, but when reality sets in and people look at her record this is not going to be an easy run to the presidency. When people begin to examine the real Hillary and her lack of achievements, then it will be a real race. She was asked at a forum a few weeks ago to name her proudest achievement as secretary of state, and she could not answer the question. I defy anyone to name a singular achievement. Why should she be president, other than the fact that she married a man who became president? All she's running on is the reflected glory of the 90s and zero achievements on her part."

Haha, now here is some actual reality. If Hillary decides to run, she will be the next President of the United States, and no Republican can beat her, unless they cheat or suppress the vote enough for the Republican to win. Hillary is not perfect, but every year Republicans get less votes, so they have to try and suppress the vote or buy elections to win now.

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day that was not a tip, it was simply O'Reilly promoting his website and telling people to sign up for paid memberships.

Fox News Idiot Sean Hannity Calls Nun A Communist
By: Steve - April 23, 2014 - 10:00am

On the Fox News Hannity special called The Power of Faith, the insane right-wing idiot called a Nun a communist. Why you ask, for simply saying the Paul Ryan budget hurts the poor, which it does, and everyone knows it.

Here is the video:



Nun Responds To Hannity Communist Comment
By: Steve - April 23, 2014 - 9:00am

And btw folks, O'Reilly has not said a word about it, but if a Democrat called a religious person a communist he would be all over it like stink on you know what.

Sister Simone Campbell said this: "Name Calling Is About All That Exists On That Side"

Here is the video:



The Monday 4-21-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - April 22, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: Another Victory Over Terrorism. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: Today in Boston, 36,000 people ran the marathon without incident, clearly a victory over terrorism. We applaud the people of Boston who showed their true character by refusing to give in to terrorism. Generally speaking, that's the attitude of most Americans, but there is some trouble on the horizon.

Here in New York City, the very liberal Mayor Bill De Blasio has canceled undercover police operations targeting militant Muslims. The former NYPD deputy commissioner says that's foolish and cites examples of terrorists who were captured before they could kill because of targeted NYPD operations. But Mayor De Blasio, playing to his far left base, doesn't want militant Muslims under watch.

So once again, political correctness puts all New Yorkers in danger. Meanwhile, over the weekend dozens of suspected Al Qaeda who were watched by our intelligence agencies were killed by drones in Yemen, and last week the world saw pictures of Al Qaeda fighters brazenly operating in the open.

So here's a bulletin to Mayor De Blasio and others who are blase about terrorism: If these jihadists could kill us, they would, and your primary responsibility is to protect people, not pander to them. Talking Points predicts there will come a time when America is attacked again. All we can hope for is that the damage will be limited and that the foolish mistake of Mayor De Blasio is not involved in any way.
Remember this folks, O'Reilly and the right also predicted that there would be a big terrorist attack under Obama, and that has not happened in the 6 years he has been in office. So basically O'Reilly is slamming Mayor De Blasio for something that "might" happen in the future, according to him, which is just ridiculous. And more proof O'Reilly is a biased right-wing hack.

Then Osama Siblani, publisher of the Arab American News was on to tell O'Reilly he is wrong.

Siblani said this: "I don't even know if there are militant jihadists in New York. It's a figment of your imagination, Bill, and I praise and I thank the mayor for his actions, this is the American way. You are elected to protect the rights of people, not to harass them. If I know of someone who is trying to hurt our country, I would be the first to call the FBI."

O'Reilly reminded Siblani that the FBI has thwarted numerous terror attacks by using surveillance, saying this: "You are terribly naive because there are militant jihadists in this country and they sometimes use mosques to spread their word. We know there are a number of militant mosques, not only in New York but around the country."

Then Brit Hume was on to talk about Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy. And as usual no Democratic guest was on for balance.

Hume said this: "Clearly the law is not on the side of Bundy and the others who are resisting in his behalf, because the property where he's been grazing his cattle is not his. But 'Occupy Wall Street' occupied a square here in Washington where you're not supposed to stay overnight and there was not a peep from Harry Reid, so clearly there is a bias in his comments."

O'Reilly urged media outlets to at least be consistent, saying this: "The 'Occupy' movement and Bundy are very similar in that they don't like the system, so if you're going to condemn one you have to condemn the other."

Which is the most ridiculous comparison I have ever seen, it's just insane. The Nevada rancher is breaking the law and has been doing it for 20 years, the Occupy Wall Street protests were LEGAL. Americans have a constitutional right to protest, it's protected by the constitution. There is no comparison, and what it shows is that Hume and O'Reilly are biased right-wing idiots.

Then Juan Williams & Mary Katharine Ham were on to talk about some gay rights activists who O'Reilly claims want to intimidate anyone who opposes same-sex marriage or other parts of their agenda. To which I would say they just want equal rights and they are doing what they can to make it happen.

Williams said this: "History has a very clear pattern. Look at what happened with Phil Robertson on Duck Dynasty and the people at Chick-fil-A, who now say they're staying out of politics. But it's wrong to punish people for having a different point of view."

Ham said this: "A lot of the strategy of gay activists in the past has won hearts and minds, but this was a turn in the direction of bullying and is not good for them."

Then Pastor Cory Brooks was on to talk about how over the past two weekends 82 people have been shot in Chicago, 13 of them killed.

Brooks said this: "If we continue to collaborate and focus on the problem. I have no doubt we can solve the issue we are faced with today. We're dealing with young black men who are dropping out of school at an alarming rate, one out of ten has an 8th-grade reading level. There are dysfunctional families and an economic system where young black males are unemployed at an alarming rate. This is a time bomb that is rigged to explode at any time."

O'Reilly placed part of the blame on Chicago police officials, saying this: "I don't think the Chicago police are doing the job, and if the local police can't stop this the governor should put the National Guard in."

Then Karl Rove was on to cry with O'Reilly about President Obama delaying the decision on the Keystone Pipeline and Putin. And of course there was no Democratic guest on for balance, just the two Obama hating Republicans O'Reilly and Rove.

Rove said this: "Putin made a judgment that Obama is feckless and weak. He lied and told the president that Russia has no territorial goals in Crimea, and then a week later he was celebrating the annexation of Crimea. He's made the decision that he can roll Obama, so Obama will have to surprise him by being tougher than Putin expects. That means economic sanctions and strengthening NATO."

Rove also said this: "This is about votes and enthusiasm because Democrats oppose the pipeline. And then there's billionaire Tom Steyer, who has said he will put $100-million into Democratic campaigns if they oppose Keystone. This is cynical and completely political."

And now a reality check, it's about Republicans getting money from Oil and Gas companies to support the pipeline, so their wealthy friends can get richer. It is political, all the Republicans support it and all the Democrats oppose it. O'Reilly and Rove support it, proving they are both right-wing stooges.

Then Jesse Watters was on, he headed to Colorado, where pot enthusiasts gathered over the weekend on 4-20. Which is not news and I am not going to report on it.

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day that was not a tip. It was just O'Reilly using the tip of the day segment to get another biased cheap shot in on Stephen Colbert. And the only reason O'Reilly does not like Colbert is because he makes fun of (and calls out) Republicans for their hypocrisy and lies.

4-Day Work Week At Full Salary Is Working Great
By: Steve - April 22, 2014 - 10:00am

The 70 people who work at Treehouse, an online education company that teaches people about technology, only work four days a week at the same full salary as other tech workers. Yet the company's revenue has grown 120 percent, it generates more than $10 million a year in sales, and it responds to more than 70,000 customers, according to a post in Quartz by CEO Ryan Carson.

Carson has been working four-day weeks since 2006, when he founded his first company with his wife. He quit his job to start it, only to find that they both put in seven days a week. "I remember distinctly my wife and I were on the couch one evening," he recalled, and she said something like, 'What are we doing? I thought that starting a company means you have more time and more control, but it seems like we have less time and less control and we’re more stressed out.'"

They decided to cut back by not working Fridays, and after they hired their first employee, "we decided to officially enact a four-day week and we never looked back."

Carson has since started three other companies at which he's instituted this rule, Treehouse being the latest. While it's hard to quantify, he believes his company benefits from better output and morale. "The quality of the work, I believe, is higher," he said. "Thirty-two hours of higher quality work is better than 40 hours of lower quality work."

The impact on his employees outlook is also massive, he said. "I find I just can't wait to get back to work" after the weekend, and he suspects the same is true for others. On Mondays, "everyone's invigorated and excited." He recounted a time when a developer told him that his hope was to work at the company for 20 years. In the Quartz article, he noted that a team member gets recruitment emails from Facebook, but that his response is always, "Do you work a four-day week yet?"

And recruiting people in the first place is also easier thanks to the shorter week. "We regularly have new employees choose Treehouse over Facebook, Twitter and other top-tier tech companies," he writes. And the company is able to still pull in high sales and even $13 million in venture capital thanks to instituting higher efficiency, by, for example, strictly limiting the use of email.

Carson believes plenty of other companies could follow his example. "We have 70,000 customers, and I think if we can do it... couldn't more people do that? he said. Some businesses will still need to be open on Fridays, but he suggests "rolling employment," where some people work Monday through Thursday while others work Tuesday through Friday. "Is it possible for everybody? No," he concedes. "But I bet some huge percentage of companies can do it that just aren't."

There are some drawbacks. Not working on Friday, he said, means no day of slowdown before the weekend. "It's kind of like 100 miles per hour until Thursday at 6 p.m." And he acknowledges that less work may get done with one day off.

But there is some social science to back up the practice of limiting how much people put in at work each week. Research has found that putting in long hours, or more than 60 hours a week, produces a small productivity boost at first. But after three or four weeks of working at that level, it will actually decline.

The dominant work culture in the United States is one of overwork, though. We rank at number 11 out of 33 developed countries in how many hours we work each week. For professionals, nearly everyone is working more than 50 hours a week and nearly half are putting in more than 65.

Carson isn't the only one experimenting with shorter hours. Municipal workers in Sweden's second-largest city will soon work six-hour days to see whether it boosts efficiency and reduces costs if they need fewer sick days. Six of the ten most competitive countries, including Germany, have banned working more than 48 hours a week.

Bill Moyers Warns People The USA Heading Toward Oligarchy
By: Steve - April 21, 2014 - 10:00am

Bill Moyers took on income inequality on Moyers & Company Friday, citing statistics on the income gap and studies on the subject to warn that the United States is drifting closer and closer to an oligarchic state where a small group of wealthy people wield massive control over the political system.

And I would say we are pretty much already there, the 1% already control everything, and the Republican party helps them do it. And unless we vote Republicans out of office, it's only going to get worse.

Moyers blamed an "obliging Congress" for allowing this to happen, and mocked John Roberts for taking what some would view as politicians doing favors for fundraisers as gratitude for donors.

Moyers mockingly noted how it seems like more than gratitude when politicians work to directly impact the finances of the people who give them money at the expense of the middle class.

Moyers also declared that "inequality is what has turned Washington into a protection racket for the one percent," and warned that the claims the U.S. makes to being a democracy are "seriously threatened."

He concluded that "the drift toward oligarchy that Thomas Pinckeney described in his formidable book has become a mad dash, and it will overrun us and overwhelm us unless we stop it."

Obamacare Sign-Ups Hit 8 Million
By: Steve - April 20, 2014 - 10:00am

And of course O'Reilly did not say a word about it, because he is a biased right-wing hack who hates Obama and still does not want to admit it was a good idea and it is working fine.

In a remarkable rebound from the botched rollout of Obamacare, 8 million people signed up for private health insurance via the exchanges created by the Affordable Care Act since October, President Barack Obama announced during a press briefing at the White House Thursday.

March and April saw an uptick in the share of young people signing up for private plans using the exchanges. These people, who are presumably healthier, are needed to balance out the medical costs of older, sicker consumers.

About 35 percent of people who signed up throughout the open enrollment period were under 35 years old, including children, Obama said. Twenty-eight percent were between the ages of 18 and 34, according to a White House fact sheet.

The official six-month enrollment period ended March 31, but the federal government and most states accommodated people trying to complete applications in April amid a last-minute surge for subsidized private coverage and Medicaid benefits.

"This law is working," Obama said. "This law won't solve all the problems in our health care system. We know we've got more work to do, but we now know for a fact that repealing the Affordable Care Act would increase the deficit, raise premiums for millions of Americans, and take insurance away from millions more."

Note: I was personally put on Medicaid on 1-1-14, and I was able to keep my same doctor. I now get free health care and my medicine co-pay is only $2.00 for each prescription.

Duck Dynasty Ratings Fall To SIXTEEN-MONTH Low!
By: Steve - April 19, 2014 - 11:00am

And of course O'Reilly has not said a word about it, because he supported Phil Robertson and predicted their ratings would go up. When he is wrong he just ignores the prediction and never speaks of it again.

Despite the enthusiastic support from fans because apparently the word "Jesus" makes you wonderful no matter what you do, Duck Dynasty is not doing so well.

For the first time in over a year, the show has dipped below 5 million viewers.

The last show averaged 4.7 million, a 16 month low. While some may note that this is still a lot of viewers, for comparison's sake-last year, the show broke ratings records with 11.7 million viewers.

It seems that public opinion is catching up with Duck Dynasty and crew.

Republican Hits Obama Doll In Ad: O'Reilly Silent
By: Steve - April 19, 2014 - 10:00am

Now imagine what O'Reilly would do if a Democrat hit a George W. Bush doll in a tv ad, he would flip out and call for the ad to be pulled and for the Democrat to be defeated. But when a Republican does it to Obama, O'Reilly not only does not call for the ad to be pulled, he ignores it and says nothing.

Nebraska Democrats on Friday criticized a TV ad showing Republican governor candidate Beau McCoy knocking a Barack Obama doll off a fence post with his hand.

The ad opens with McCoy saying, "More Obamacare in Nebraska? That is the last thing we need." He then strikes a doll that resembles President Obama.

Even though Obamcare is working, and only right-wing fools are still trashing it. He should lose the election just for being opposed to Obamacare, not just for hitting the Obama doll.

"Beau McCoy hit a new low in his ad, where he is seen striking the president off a fence post," said Dan Marvin, executive director of the Nebraska Democratic Party.

"No matter what party you belong to, the depiction of violence displayed in McCoy's ad is completely disrespectful to the office of the presidency and sends the wrong message to our children."

Vince Powers, state Democratic chairman, called on McCoy to pull the ad.

In response to the Democratic Party, McCoy said in a statement that Nebraskans are tired of being pushed around by the Obama administration and the federal government. McCoy, a state senator from Omaha, voted against expanding the Medicaid program in the just-completed legislative session.

"We as Nebraskans know a one-size-fits-all mandate like Obamacare is the wrong approach for our state, which is why I led the charge this legislative session to oppose Medicaid expansion in Nebraska," McCoy said.

Arnold Nesbitt from Omaha Nebraska said this about it: "This ad is extremely disrespectful to the office of the President as well as the President. The striking of an image of the President reinforces the thought that violence is a means to an end and politicians will go to whatever means possible to try to win an election. This is not the type of person that I feel should represent and/or lead Nebraska."

Peer-Reviewed Study Shows The USA Is An Oligarchy
By: Steve - April 18, 2014 - 10:00am

The report by researchers from Princeton and Northwestern universities suggests that US political system serves special interest groups, the corporations, and the wealthy, instead of voters .

The US government does not represent the interests of the majority of the country's citizens, but is instead ruled by those of the rich and powerful, a new study from Princeton and Northwestern Universities has concluded.

The report, entitled Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens, used extensive policy data collected from between the years of 1981 and 2002 to empirically determine the state of the US political system.

After sifting through nearly 1,800 US policies enacted in that period and comparing them to the expressed preferences of average Americans (50th percentile of income), affluent Americans (90th percentile) and large special interests groups, researchers concluded that the United States is dominated by its economic elite.

The peer-reviewed study, which will be taught at these universities in September, says this: "The central point that emerges from our research is that economic elites and organised groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on US government policy, while mass-based interest groups and average citizens have little or no independent influence."

Researchers concluded that US government policies rarely align with the the preferences of the majority of Americans, but do favor special interests and lobbying oragnisations: "When a majority of citizens disagrees with economic elites and/or with organised interests, they generally lose. Moreover, because of the strong status quo bias built into the US political system, even when fairly large majorities of Americans favor policy change, they generally do not get it."

The report also said that the interests of the average American being served almost exclusively when it also serves those of the richest 10 percent.

The theory of "biased pluralism" that the Princeton and Northwestern researchers believe the US system fits holds that policy outcomes "tend to tilt towards the wishes of corporations and business and professional associations."

In other words, the wealthy, the corporations, and the wealthy special interest groups basically bribe Congressman and Senators to do what they want, instead of going by the will of the majority of the people. And O'Reilly supports it, calling it the free market in action, while claiming to be looking out for the little guy and the average working American.

The study comes in the wake of McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission, a controversial piece of legislation passed in The Supreme Court that abolished campaign contribution limits, and record low approval ratings for the US congress.

The Wednesday 4-16-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - April 17, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: A Low Point for Getting High. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: Once in a while the federal government can actually launch a successful health campaign; the anti-smoking posture the feds trotted out in 1966 has saved millions of lives. But smoking marijuana has been on the rise, as pot use is considered 'cool' in many circles and is politically correct. Now comes a new study in the Journal of Neuroscience that says smoking pot hurts your brain.

Data suggest that the ingestion of marijuana creates brain abnormalities, directly affecting memory, decision-making, emotions, and motivation. Since almost 20-million Americans are regular pot users, this can not be a good thing for the country. Almost all of us have seen the tremendous damage substance abuse causes, yet marijuana is painted as benign in many circles.

Some people can use booze and pot without much harm, but once getting high becomes a priority, a person changes for the worse. So why are we glorifying marijuana? There should be a campaign against pot just like there is against tobacco.

Talking Points is not the morality police, but the 'United States of Intoxication' is not a good thing. I know I'll get letters telling me to butt out, but my job is to look out for you. If you care at all about your health and well-being, you will read the Journal of Neuroscience. Are you motivated enough to do that?
Blah, blah, blah, get over it O'Reilly. Nobody cares what you have to say about smoking pot, you are just wasting tv time reporting on this story.

Then Matt Kibbe, a proponent of pot legalization was on to discuss it.

Kibbe said this: "I think smoking pot is bad, and I think drinking too much is bad and smoking cigarettes is bad. Where we might disagree is what the federal government can do to regulate and force behavioral changes."

Bingo, in a so-called free country adults should be allowed to do what they want to do as long as it does not harm anyone else.

Kibbe also said this: "I love parents and communities and peer pressure, but there are a lot of negative consequences when the federal government takes on these kinds of things."

But O'Reilly argued that a federal campaign could save lives, just like the anti-tobacco messages did, saying this: "The government is going in the wrong direction, it's not good for anyone to use pot to get high!"

Then Kirsten Powers & Kate Obenshain were on to talk about the showdown in Nevada, where rancher Cliven Bundy is defying federal agents who want him to pay fees for using federal land.

Powers said this: "He has broken the law, but why are they harassing this man? The government shouldn't be sending in armed people and setting up 'free speech zones.' I don't understand why this guy is being forced off his land."

Obenshain said this: "It's interesting that the Bureau of Land Management was able to make an exception for one of Reid's largest donors, but it can't make an exception for Bundy, who doesn't contribute to Reid. The government is choosing which laws to enforce."

Which is a lie, and made up by right-wing idiots.

Then Col. Ralph Peters and Col. David Hunt analyzed the tense situation in Ukraine, where pro-Russian protesters have clashed with Ukrainian police. And of course no Democratic guest was on for balance.

The biased Obama hating Peters said this: "President Obama is terrified of Putin, and this is already a done deal. Putin has won, the eastern provinces of Ukraine are gone, and the only question is how ugly the end game is going to be. He is not going to let go and Obama won't make him. President Obama believes you can negotiate with cancer tumors, he is a fool and a weakling."

Hunt said this: "You can't give aid to a non-existent government that is not functioning. Europe is not behind us, the American people don't want to do anything, and Putin has won so far."

The only fool is Col. Peters, he is a partisan idiot who insulted the President. O'Reilly said nothing, and if Peters does not like it he should move to Russia and hang out with his hero Putin. If he was a Democrat saying that about a Republican President O'Reilly would want to try him for sedition, but when a Republican does it he says nothing.

Then Martha MacCallum was on for did you see that, she cried about reporting MSNBC did about the Boston Marathon bombing.

MacCallum said this: "This came right after Joe Biden's moving comments in Boston. The piece never even answered the question that was posed in the intro, which was to find out some background about the Tsarnaev brothers. It talked about how kids wrestle and are raised to fight, as if that's supposed to be some excuse for blowing up people."

O'Reilly concluded with a parting shot at MSNBC, saying this: "I don't know why you would even want to do this a year later, we already had the background of these thugs. There's something wrong over there at MSNBC!"

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: Woman of Steele. Billy said this: "If you happen to catch Sage Steele anchoring on ESPN, keep in mind that she is a no-spin sportscaster who had the moxie to go toe-to-toe with the ladies of The View this morning."

In other words, she is a Republican who disagreed with the women on the view so O'Reilly likes her.

Taxpayers Deliver $7.8 Billion Tax Bill To Walmart
By: Steve - April 17, 2014 - 10:00am

The Walton family receives $7.8 billion in tax breaks and taxpayer subsidies each year, and outraged taxpayers are demanding that Walmart pay up. According to a press release from Our Walmart:
Walmart workers and taxpayers in Phoenix delivered a $7.8 billion tax bill to Rob Walton, Walmart Chairman, in reaction to the news that the country's largest retailer and richest family received an estimated $7.8 billion in tax breaks and subsidies in 2013.

A report released yesterday by Americans for Tax Fairness showed how Walmart and the Waltons dodged taxes, exploited loopholes and took advantage of taxpayer subsidies, while many of its workers were forced to rely on taxpayer-funded programs like food stamps and Medicaid.

The taxpayers hand-delivered the bill to Walton's home in Paradise Valley, outside Phoenix.
"Like most Americans, I work hard, pay my taxes and play by the rules. Why can't America's richest family do the same?" said Venanzi Luna, a Walmart worker who signed the bill.

"Our economy is out of balance and workers are struggling because people like the Waltons don't pay their fair share."

Walmart made a $16 billion profit in 2013, and the six Walton heirs, who own more than 50 percent of Walmart shares, saw their wealth grow to $148.8 billion, more wealth than 49% of American families combined.

Walmart takes in 18% of all food stamp dollars and generates $13.5 billion in revenue from food stamps. This isn't enough robbing of the taxpayer for the Walton family, because they also get $3 billion in individual tax breaks, and Walmart itself gets another $1 billion.

The next time Republicans talk about how America can't afford veterans benefits, or to extend unemployment benefits, they need to be reminded that a simple solution is right in front of their eyes. If Republicans would close the Walmart tax loopholes, and raise the minimum wage so that Walmart workers didn't have to rely on public assistance, the government would have tens of billions more.

Those low prices that Walmart advertises really aren't that low. Taxpayers are picking up the tab, and when one factors in the billions that all Americans have to pay to subsidize Walmart's profits those always low prices come at a very high cost to every American.

The Tuesday 4-15-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - April 16, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: Voter Suppression. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: The grievance industry believes that requiring IDs to vote is a right-wing plot to deny some Americans their voting rights. 33 states currently have voting ID laws, with more states considering it. The left denies any voter fraud, which is absurd. Just this month, North Carolina launched a huge investigation into voter fraud, with accusations that some folks voted in two states.

Also, at least 81 North Carolinians voted in 2013 after they died! Most precincts do have control over the voting process, but there is no downside to having one system for the whole country. Enter former U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young and former President Bill Clinton, who propose that all Social Security cards have a photo ID attached, which would serve as a voter ID.

This makes sense because all Americans are required to have a Social Security card, but the far left still objects over 'privacy issues.' What privacy issues? Does a driver's license violate your privacy? This is a ruse because the grievance industry wants people to think the Republican Party is suppressing votes, and if you take that issue away they have one less thing to whine about.

Andrew Young and Bill Clinton, both Democrats, are doing the country a service. Let's get the pictures on the Social Security cards and stop the nonsense.
And as usual that is mostly right-wing propaganda, because Republicans are trying to suppress the vote for people who vote Democrat, it's a fact. They are trying to solve a problem we do not have, the voter fraud rate is less than 0.2%, so it almost never happens, and when it does it's rare and usually just a mistake, not illegals voting.

To prove it, Republicans are for voter ID and Democrats are opposed to it, that's all you need to know, and of course the Republican O'Reilly is for it. And as far as the far-left being opposed to a photo on your social security card, that is a lie, O'Reilly just made it up, because I do not know any liberals who oppose it, including myself. In fact, I think it's a great idea.

Then Alan Colmes and Monica Crowley were on to talk about the Social Security card idea.

Colmes said this: "The reason Bill Clinton and Andrew Young want to do this, is to stop the right from whining about people not having the right identification. Voting ID fraud doesn't take place at the voting booth, it happens when you register to vote."

Crowley said this nonsense: "Fraud is widespread and it is very real. A million people who are dead are still on registered voting rolls across the country. My issue with the Social Security card is that this would be the federal government doing this, I think it should be left to the states."

But even O'Reilly took issue with Crowley's "states rights" argument, saying this: "National elections are very important and Social Security cards provide a uniform ID for everybody in the United States."

Then the Republican Senator John McCain, who has urged the Obama administration and the West to help Ukraine fend off Russian aggression, was on to discuss it, with no Democratic guest for balance.

McCain said this: "I would rush defensive weapons to Ukraine, along with body armor, night vision, intelligence capabilities, and economic assistance. Their country has just been partially dismembered despite a solemn treaty, and Russia is about to do the same thing in eastern Ukraine and they may do the same thing in southern Ukraine."

McCain also said this: "Vladimir Putin has said the worst thing that happened in the 20th century was the breakup of the Soviet Union, and he wants to restore the old Russian empire. But President Obama won't even give Ukraine defensive weapons, this is another total failure and lack of leadership and a fundamental misreading of Putin."

Then John Stossel for his right-wing perspective on the complex tax system. And of course no Democratic guest was on for balance.

Stossel said this: "This is the tax code, pointing to three massive volumes on the desk, and there are 75,000 more pages of explanations. So nobody can understand this stuff! You have to go to politicians and kiss their ring and give them money to get special breaks. Then there are subsidies that even the lawyers don't understand."

O'Reilly added that the IRS is hardly the only tax collector, saying this: "We're paying 40% to the federal government in income tax and more to the state, and then everything we do is taxed. I'm pessimistic and say this will never be reformed, things will not get better in the tax realm."

Please shut up about taxes, people are so tired of millionaires crying about taxes. You should be glad it's not 1980 and you are not paying 70% on the income you do not earn talking on tv for an hour a day while real working men and women pay taxes for doing real work at low wages.

Then Kimberly Guilfoyle and Lis Wiehl examined the showdown in Nevada, where rancher Cliven Bundy defied the feds who want him to pay grazing fees for using federal land.

Wiehl said this: "The federal officials, were met with hundreds of protesters who were in favor of Bundy. The government pulled back, saying it's a 'public safety' issue, but Bundy is still on the hook for $1 million in grazing fees and taxes."

Guilfoyle contended that Bundy and his supporters are on the wrong side of the law, saying this: "They say it isn't federal land, they say it belongs to the state and that they've been grazing on this land for years, but it does belong to the federal government. I think the government should settle this for something less than $1 million."

And of course they said nothing about the right-wing militia groups that showed up armed to defend Bundy. Now imagine what O'Reilly and the right would say if a liberal and his friends did that, he would call for the National Guard to wipe them out, and say we have laws and it's chaos if we do not enforce them.

Then Pastor Robert Jeffers was on to talk about the notion of an afterlife. Which should not be on a so-called news show, this is not news, it's religious garbage.

Jeffers said this: "We can't prove anything, but for every human desire there is a corresponding reality in nature - we get thirsty because there is water, we crave physical intimacy because there is sex. And the reason we may desire immortality is because it really exists. Then look at the near-death experiences that millions of people claim to have had, which suggest there is consciousness that transcends brain waves. But I think the most compelling evidence for life after death is that the body of Jesus has not been found in 2,000 years. That's not theology, that's historical fact. Something big happened in Jerusalem and I believe it was the resurrection."

Then again, maybe when you die you die, and there is no afterlife, it's all speculation and right-wing religious mumbo jumbo. This is not news and O'Reilly is a moron for putting that Pastor on the air to talk about this nonsense.

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: The Taxman Returneth. Billy said this: "There's a website where you can enter some financial information and get a quick calculation of how large your tax refund will be. You can check it out at hrblock.com/get-answers/tax-calculators.html"

Two Old Right-Wing White Guys Discuss Racism Complaints
By: Steve - April 16, 2014 - 10:00am

This is classic O'Reilly, Fox News does a segment on racism with 4 white people, which is not only bias, it's not fair and balanced as Fox claims to be. So O'Reilly has Brit Hume on to discuss the segment on race with 4 white people, he said the segment was ok, even if it had 4 white people, then he was slammed for it on twitter and the internet.

So what does O'Reilly do, he has the old right-wing white guy Brit Hume on to decide if the segment with the 4 whites was wrong, or if it was unfair to not have any blacks on the panel. And what a shocker, Hume and O'Reilly (the 2 white guys) decided it was fair and ok, and there was no racism.

Which is just laughable. Because they still did not have any blacks on to discuss it, none, zero. How in the hell can you discuss racism if you do not have any blacks on to discuss it. And what makes it even worse is that it was on Fox and nobody was there to give the other side, it was biased and one sided, and this was from the so-called fair and balanced news network.

O'Reilly went on to agree with Hume's basic premise, arguing that if Obama had been white, then Hillary Clinton would have defeated him in 2008.

Which is 100% pure speculation, and there is no way O'Reilly could know that would have happened. Because one of the big reasons Obama beat Hillary is because he voted no on the Iraq war and Hillary voted yes. I would argue that even if Obama was white he would have beat her just because he voted no on Iraq. So O'Reilly violated his own no speculation rule to say something he has no proof would have happened.

Hume described Obama as an "appealing person who seemed to be non-divisive, not a race hustler in any way" and therefore Americans "were proud of him, proud to see him elected" and has received "perhaps more than he would were he a white man, the benefit of the doubt from a great many people."

Hume lamented that "being called a racist or labeled a racist, particularly if it's successful, is one of the worst things that can happen to you in America."

Then stop being a racist and making statements that defend racism and unfair segment on Fox with all white panels. This is real simple, try actually being a fair and balanced news network and have at least one liberal black person on when you talk about racism, then you will not be accused of being an unfair racist.

When you talk racism with 4 white people, you invite charges of racism, so dont do it, idiots.

The Monday 4-14-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - April 15, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: Will President Obama Stop Putin? The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: It is now becoming clear that Russia will try to seize part of Ukraine, an independent country. The Ukrainian government is desperately asking the West for help, but so far the response has been timid. Talking Points understands that President Obama does not want a military engagement with Russia because our allies will not back him up. Therefore, little is likely to happen to Putin.

There is no question that Putin is a villain who is violating international law. Russia wants to seize as much of Ukraine as it can, it doesn't really care about world opinion. And public opinion in America is pretty much non-existent, the level of concern about Ukraine is paltry. Once again, the situation mirrors what Hitler did in the 1930s, and back then the West did not want a confrontation with the dictator. 75 years later, we're looking at a similar situation with Putin.

The only question that remains is, how crazy is this guy? Eastern European nations like the Baltic states, Moldova, and even Poland are very worried. They know the USA is a paper tiger. Talking Points believes President Obama understands the situation but is not likely to confront Putin effectively any time soon.
And as usual O'Reilly says nothing about the majority of Americans who say we should stay out of it and mind our own business. If Putin wants to seize part of Ukraine let him, it is not happening in America and we should stop trying to be the police to the world.

Then Mary K. Ham and Juan Williams were on to discuss it.

Williams said this: "I don't think Putin is Hitler. Not only did Hitler want to kill an entire race of people, he wanted to conquer all of Europe. Putin is trying to restore Soviet primacy in that part of the world, but I don't think he has any sense that he would go beyond Ukraine. And I think the Obama administration has been pretty strong here."

But of course Ham agreed with O'Reilly and disagreed with Williams assessment, saying this: "I don't think the administration has a cohesive view of what to do here. The battle was lost a long time ago at the beginning of Obama's first term when he abandoned missile defense systems in several Eastern European nations. That enticed Putin to think he can do these things and we're now stuck with options that are not great."

To begin with, who cares what O'Reilly, Ham, or Williams have to say about it, they are not foreign policy experts, or elected officials, they are just stooges who work for Fox. They do not know what the intelligence is, or what secret calls or deals the Obama administration is working with Putin, so they are not qualified to discuss it.

Then O'Reilly talked about racism and Congressman Steve Israel, who is head of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, that has accused many Republicans of being "racist"

So what does O'Reilly do, have the far-right stooge Ben Carson on to discuss it, with no Democratic black guest for balance. Carson of course defended the Republicans and Fox, because he is one of them and he works for Fox.

Carson said this: "These accusations resonate with people, which is the reason they do it. And there are some major philosophical differences in our country right now. Progressive people believe government is the answer to many of our problems, while others believe rugged individualism and individual responsibility are important. Those are huge philosophical clashes."

Earth to fool, they resonate with people because they are true.

O'Reilly said that many Democrats are using race as a protective shield, saying this: "It's clear that President Obama's policies have largely failed, you see trouble almost everywhere. So in order to obscure that, Obama and Holder and the Democratic Party are making it personal."

Which is just ridiculous, the Obama policies have mostly worked, and there is real racism against Obama by the Republicans, especially the tea party, and that is a fact. O'Reilly and Carson will just not admit it, and it's why he does not have any black liberals on to discuss it.

Then Brit Hume was on to talk about Attorney General Eric Holder, who implied that he and President Obama are disrespected because of their race, Fox News analyst Brit Hume declared that the two men have actually benefitted from their skin color.

Hume said this: "The overwhelming majority of Americans believe African Americans should rise in our society, and that enhanced Barack Obama's prospects. He was an appealing person who seemed to be non-divisive and Americans were proud to see him elected. Therefore, he has gotten the benefit of the doubt from a great many people."

But there is still racism against them by the Republicans, Hume and O'Reilly just refuse to admit it.

Then Bernie Goldberg was on, he expressed total disgust with race- and gender-baiting by Democrats, including President Obama. And of course no Democratic guest was on for balance, making it a one sided joke of a debate by 2 old right-wing white men who both work for Fox.

Goldberg said this: "The one thing this president does well, is turn Americans against one another. He's doing it now because he has to desperately rev up his base ahead of the November elections. Democrats can't run on the economy or ObamaCare or foreign policy, so he resurrects this supposed 'war on women' and he goes before Al Sharpton's group and tells them Republicans are threatening their voting rights."

Goldberg also said this: "Eric Holder goes to the same group and implies that he and the president get harsh treatment because they're black. It is never a good idea for the president to stoke resentment, but this president told us there would be no more black and white America, there would be one united America. That Barack Obama doesn't exist any more and I don't think he ever existed."

And if you believe any of that biased propaganda you are a fool, nothing Goldberg said is true, it's all right-wing spin and lies. There is racism against Obama and other blacks from the right, and they are just pointing it out to try and stop it so they can have a debate on the issues, not debate hating people because of their skin color. If there was no racism they would not even mention it.

Then the moron Jesse Watters was on, he went to Cleveland and the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame for some stupid reason, which inducted some new members over the weekend. He asked some eminent rockers for their thoughts on the political atmosphere.

Here are a few of their responses: "I have no idea what you're talking about" ... "I never believed that musicians should get involved with politics" ... "It would be nice to have an election instead of an auction" ... "The biggest problem in this country right now is how alcoholics and addicts are treated."

Back in the Studio, Watters reported on one particularly contentious interview, saying this: "When we were interviewing Sheryl Crow and Bonnie Raitt, I asked them about Hillary Clinton and all hell broke loose. They said they wouldn't do political questions, and then they said this was an ambush and unacceptable. Just because there was one political question!"

And they were right, they know who and what you are and they are not going to fall for your tricks.

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: When Things Get Tough. Billy said this: "Even when you are physically drained or mentally down, do everything in your power to tough it out and get things done. A big part of self-discipline is not giving in to adversity."

Obama Slams GOP For Bogus Voter Fraud Claims
By: Steve - April 15, 2014 - 10:00am

Obama: The 'Real Voter Fraud' Comes From 'People Who Try To Deny Our Rights'

President Barack Obama delivered a fiery speech against Republicans on Friday, charging that the GOP is threatening voting rights in America.

Appearing at Al Sharpton's National Action Network conference, Obama cited a 2006 DOJ analysis showing that out of 197 million votes cast for federal elections between 2002 and 2005, only 40 voters were indicted for fraud.

"For those of you who are math majors, that is a percentage that is 0.00002 percent," Obama said, drawing cheers from the crowd.

Obama then pointed to who he considers to be the real perpetrators: the people behind these "bogus" claims.

"Let's be clear," Obama said. "The real voter fraud is people who try to deny our rights by making bogus arguments about voter fraud."

The president pinned efforts to curb access to the ballot box directly on the GOP, declaring that the effort "has not been led by both parties. It's been led by the Republican Party."

For the remainder of the year, no political issue stands out more prominently for Democrats than their ability to motivate voters to turn out at the polls in November. Control of the Senate, now in the hands of Democrats, is at stake, as is Obama's already limited ability to push his agenda through Congress.

But traditionally weak midterm turnout by Democrats coupled with efforts in some states to limit early voting and to enact voter identification requirements have prompted the president and his party to raise alarms and step up their get-out-the-vote efforts.

Republicans have long argued that identification requirements and other voting controls are reasonable measures designed to safeguard the balloting process, not to suppress voter turnout. Democrats say photo identification requirements especially affect minority or low-income voters who may not drive and thus wouldn't have an official government ID.

Basically the Republicans are trying to solve a voter fraud problem that is not there, voter fraud is rare and almost never happens. The reality is that they are simply trying to suppress the vote among people who vote for Democrats, so they can win more elections. And O'Reilly does not condemn it because he is one of them and he hopes their plan works.

Real Obamacare Numbers 9.3 Million Not 7.1 Million
By: Steve - April 14, 2014 - 11:00am

And that does not count all the people that were added to Medicaid due to the Obama health care bill. Including me, I am now on Medicaid and my prescriptions only cost $2.00 each. O'Reilly does not talk about any of this, because he does not want you to know how good it is working now.

The long-awaited Rand Corp. study of Obamacare's effect on health insurance coverage was released Tuesday and confirmed the numbers that had been telegraphed for more than a week: At least 9.3 million more Americans have health insurance now than in September 2013, virtually all of them as a result of the Obama health care law.

Let me repeat that for the idiots on the right, 9.3 million more people have health insurance now than they did 7 months ago, and that includes the million people who lost their old plans that were over-priced and not very good anyway. O'Reilly and the right predicted they would not even get the 7.1 million, leat alone the 9.3 million, and it would have been more if the website had worked from the start.

That's a net figure, accommodating all those who lost their individual health insurance because of cancellations. The Rand study confirms other surveys that placed the number of people who lost their old insurance and did not or could not replace it -- the focus of an enormous volume of anti-Obamacare rhetoric -- at less than 1 million. The Rand experts call this a "very small" number, less than 1% of the U.S. population age 18 to 64.

The Rand study was eagerly anticipated in part because of the dearth of hard information from other sources, including the federal and state governments, which are still compiling their statistics and may not have a full slate for months.

The number of people getting insurance through their employers increased by 8.2 million. Rand said the increase is likely to have been driven by a decline in unemployment, which made more people eligible for employer plans, and by the incentives in the Affordable Care Act encouraging more employer coverage. The figure certainly undermines the contention by the healthcare law's critics that the legislation gave employers an incentive to drop coverage.

Basically, it proves that all the garbage O'Reilly and the right were spewing out about Obamacare was lies.

And btw, this is for you O'Reilly: These figures are only the leading edge of a long-term trend. "It's still early in the life of the ACA," Rand said. Its experts expect more enrollments "as people become more familiar with the law, the individual mandates increase to their highest levels, the employer mandate kicks in, and other changes occur."

But their bottom line is that the law already has led to "a substantial increase in insurance coverage."

Your move O'Reilly, what say you fool.

Here Is What You Would Get If Republicans Gain Power
By: Steve - April 13, 2014 - 11:00am



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Proof The O'Reilly Factor is Biased Against Barack Obama
O'Reilly said he is a non-partisan Independent, who is fair to both sides, and that he has been fair to Barack Obama. To check that claim I did a 3 month study of the Factor, it started on August 1st, 2008, and ran until October 31st, 2008. I watched the Factor every night and counted the negative and positive comments for Obama and McCain.

Visit the web page I set up, and you will see the stunning bias from O'Reilly and his mostly Republican guests against Barack Obama. Then you will see there is no doubt Bill O'Reilly is a dishonest and biased Conservative. This study is conclusive proof that O'Reilly is in the tank for John McCain.

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www.oreilly-sucks.com/3mbiasnumbers.htm

Proof O'Reilly Lied About The Balance on His Show
O'Reilly claims the factor is balanced, and that he personally makes sure every week he has an equal number of Republican and Democrat guests. This is a bold faced lie, and I can prove it. I put together a web page that shows the guest list from the factor for the last 2 weeks. Read it and you will see with your own eyes that Bill O'Reilly is lying when he says the factor is balanced.

And remember that we are 3 weeks before a major Presidential election, or the Republican bias numbers would be worse than it is normally. O'Reilly is actually having more Democrats on than he usually does, and the balance is still not even close. If we were not so close to an election it would be a lot worse.

Visit The Web Page Below to See The Lies About The Factor Balance:

www.oreilly-sucks.com/oreillybalanced.htm

O'Reilly Sucks Investigation: Dishonesty, Deception, And Bias By Bill O'Reilly
O'Reilly claims there are no Republicans or Conservative groups that rival George Soros. O'Reilly said the top three conservative tax-exempt foundations are totally dwarfed by Soros and the radical Ford Foundation. And that they have 15 times more the assets. George Soros net worth is $8.5 billion, the Ford Foundation has a net worth of $13 billion. But the seven billionaires who donate to Newt Gingrich and other right-wing causes have a combined net worth of $34.8 billion dollars.

Somehow O'Reilly claims that Soros and the Ford Foundation have 15 times more the assets than anyone on the right. When the seven billionaires alone who give money to Newt, have roughly $14 billion more than Soros and the Ford Foundation combined.

Visit the web page below to see the massive money O'Reilly has ignored from the right:

www.oreilly-sucks.com/oreilly-investigation.htm

(( Right-Wing Hate Speech Ignored by Bill O'Reilly ))
O'Reilly claims there is no hate on the right, that it's all on the left. But the way he defines hate is ridiculous, if a liberal blog or website writes an article that criticizes George W. Bush (or any Republican) O'Reilly calls it hate. When it's not hate, it's reporting the facts, there is no hate. A great example is when websites like oreilly-sucks.com, mediamatters.org, etc. criticize O'Reilly he calls it hate, and says they are hate groups who lie about him.

That is a lie, it is not hate, and they are not hate websites. There is real hate on the internet, but O'Reilly does not report it, because most of it is from the right. I have documented this hate in my blog and on a web page, all of it was ignored by Bill O'Reilly, and it was never reported on the Factor.

Visit the web page below to see the massive right-wing hate O'Reilly has ignored:

www.oreilly-sucks.com/right-wing-hate.htm

O'Reilly Phone Sex Scandal Information
On October 13, 2004 FOX News producer Andrea Mackris filed a lawsuit against Bill O'Reilly.

In that lawsuit she claims he subjected her to repeated instances of sexual harassment and spoke often, and explicitly, to her about phone sex, vibrators, threesomes, masturbation, the loss of his virginity, and sexual fantasies.



After hearing of the lawsuit O'Reilly said it was all lies, that it was a shakedown for money, that he would fight it to the bitter end with no settlement, and that he would let the courts decide the matter. That was all before O'Reilly found out she had recorded his phone calls. Then Mr. I will fight her lies to the bitter end with no settlement, paid her $10 million dollars to settle the lawsuit, get the tapes, and shut her up. The out-of-court settlement came on the eve of a courtroom fight over audiotapes, reports CBS News Correspondent Kelly Cobiella.

The smokinggun.com has the entire 22 page lawsuit

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