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Idiot Paul Ryan Still Thinks Republicans Can Stop Obamacare
By: Steve - June 30, 2015 - 11:00am

Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) delivered a new moment of Republican failure when he was asked on CBS's Face The Nation what Republicans can do realistically to stop Obamacare.

Ways and Means Committee Chairman Paul Ryan has been a consistent critic of the Affordable Care Act. And he joins us now from Janesville, Wisconsin. Mr. Ryan, is the president right? He says Obamacare is now the law of the land, and that’s that.

REP. PAUL RYAN (R), WISCONSIN: I don’t agree with that, John. I think this law is going to collapse under its own weight.

I'm as motivated as ever before to repeal and replace this law, and that's what we're working on. What I really worry about, John, with this ruling is the grave injustice it does to the rule of law. I mean, so much for calling balls and strikes. I think Justice Roberts is now counting foul balls as home runs.

And, look, I think that they have done a great disservice to the country, because they're rewriting laws at the bench. We had three constructionists on the court, when we should have had five. And, so, yes, I'm very shocked at this ruling, but it does not deter us from actually delivering on what we really want, which is affordable care for everybody, and let people choose what they want to buy.

DICKERSON: But, as a practical matter, you're going to work against it, but what can you do now?

RYAN: Well, as a practical matter, it means we need to win the 2016 election, and with a Republican president in 2017 replace this law with one that actually works, one that people actually like.

Notice the pause, stumble, and well before Ryan began his non-answer to the question. Paul Ryan's unspoken answer was that Republicans can't do anything to stop Obamacare while President Obama is in office. Republicans have to hope that they win the presidential election to fulfill their dream of taking access to healthcare away from millions of Americans.

During the interview, Ryan later repeated the meaningless gibberish that Republicans are working on their own health care plan that will replace Obamacare, but he debunked his own talking point one week ago when he admitted that Republicans have no plan of their own that can replace Obamacare.

A long time ago John Boehner put Paul Ryan in charge of coming up with the Republican plan that will replace Obamacare, and since that time, the Congressman has done nothing but put his foot in his mouth when asked where is the Republican plan.

Rep. Ryan never answered the question because there is nothing that Republicans can do. Obama's victory in the Supreme Court was crushing. The Affordable Care Act is growing in popularity by the month, and with President Obama planning to push to enroll even more Americans, Republicans are completely screwed.

More Liberal O'Reilly Lies Debunked
By: Steve - June 30, 2015 - 10:00am

Here is something you will never see reported on the Factor, or Fox News, because it proves they are lying to you about Democratic economic policies.

An annual CNBC scorecard that rates each state on 60 measures of competitiveness finds that the Democratic run Minnesota is the best state in the country for business in 2015.

The same study found that while Republican-controlled states like Kansas and Arizona experienced sharp declines in their business competitiveness, Minnesota Democratic Governor Mark Dayton's economic miracle has turned his state into the nation's best state for businesses.

When Mark Dayton took office in 2011 he inherited a 6.2 billion dollar deficit from his Republican predecessor, Tim Pawlenty. Four years later, after passing a huge tax increase on wealthy Minnesotans, the state now has over a 2 billion dollar surplus, and one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country.

Dayton's Minnesota is the antithesis of Sam Brownback's failed supply-side experiment in Kansas and Scott Walker's union busting disaster in Wisconsin.

While the CNBC study acknowledged that Minnesota's business tax rates were relatively high, they found that other factors like a strong education system and a good quality of life, offset high taxes in making the state more business-friendly than many other states with lower corporate tax rates.

In discussing the scorecard, even CNBC's conservative analysts credited Mark Dayton for Minnesota's success even though they acknowledged that his approach was not what economists or corporate leaders usually label business-friendly policies. The article reads in part:
But Minnesota doesn't just stumble into the top spot by accident. The state's path to the top is marked by a carefully crafted strategy by Gov. Mark Dayton, the first Democrat to hold the office in two decades. The hallmark of his plan is something most governors seeking to win the hearts of business would never dream of: a big tax increase.
The tax increase on the wealthy worked. By increasing the state's revenue and putting more money in the pockets of ordinary Minnesotans, Dayton's economic plan spurred economic growth and reduced unemployment. The healthy economy that came about in the wake of those tax increases not only benefited workers, it also in turn proved good for business.

At some point supply-side loyalists will have to stop ignoring Minnesota's economic success, and come to terms with the fact that the best place to do business in America isn't where the taxes on the rich have been cut , but rather where they have been raised.

Minnesota is a shining example of how Democratic policies can help everyone prosper. Now if only the rest of America would start paying attention, instead of continuing to be hoodwinked by the empty promises of the GOP's trickle down fantasies, that more often than not, bring about economic failure.

The Facts About Bill O'Reilly And Gay Marriage
By: Steve - June 29, 2015 - 11:00am

On November 18, 2003, Bill O'Reilly dedicated the "Talking Points Memo" portion of his Fox News show to criticizing the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, which had just made a historic ruling determining that the state could not deny marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

So in reality, O'Reilly is just like every other right-wing stooge that is opposed to gay marriage. People like him claim they do not care, and claim they support freedowm and the constitution, then they try to tell gay people they can not get married, and tell women they can not have an abortion.

They are religious pro-life hypocrites, and that is a fact.

O'Reilly claimed that while he personally "couldn't care less about gay marriage, if judges continued to "impose their views on everybody else ... the core values of this country will be changed dramatically:
O'REILLY: Personally I couldn't care less about gay marriage. If Tommy and Vinny or Joanie and Samantha want to get married, I don't see it as a threat to me or anybody else. But according to a poll by the Pew Research Center, only 32 percent of Americans favor gay marriage. And the will of the people must be taken into account here.

We simply can't allow this country to be run by ideological judges. Marriage is not a right, neither is driving a car. Both are privileges granted by the state.

If the good people of Massachusetts want a secular approach to marriage, let them vote on it. But judges have no right to find loopholes in the law and impose their views on everybody else. That's happening all over America.

And if it continues, the core values of this country will be changed dramatically. Another secular victory today, this Massachusetts marriage deal.
Right there is proof that O'Reilly lets his right-wing bias and his religious views cloud his thinking and his positions on the issues. He says marriage is not a right, and he is wrong, because the constitution says everyone is equal and they have equal rights, so if you block gays from marriage you are violating their constitutional rights, which is what the court ruled.

It took 12 years, but the U.S. Supreme Court has now ruled, in Obergefell v. Hodges, that state bans on same-sex marriage violate the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The decision is the culmination of a culture war saga that saw marriage equality evolve from a controversial thought experiment into a popularly-supported civil rights struggle.

That evolution was reflected in nearly all facets of the American public. As public opinion on same-sex relationships and homosexuality shifted, so too did media depictions of the LGBT community, both mirroring and reinforcing the normalization of same-sex relationships in the public's imagination.

In popular culture and mainstream news reporting, the fight for same-sex marriage has increasingly been presented as the story of a marginalized group fighting for civil rights and equal treatment, much to the dismay of anti-LGBT conservatives.

But while most major media outlets kept pace with the public's evolution on same-sex marriage, O'Reilly and Fox News held out, popularizing conservatives most dire warnings about marriage equality. As public support for marriage equality grew, the network shifted its focus - largely bowing out of debates over same-sex marriage in order to gin up right-wing fears about the threat that LGBT equality might soon pose to religious liberty and individual freedoms.

Though he claimed he "couldn't care less" about the issue, O'Reilly -- Fox News most influential television personality -- has been the network's loudest voice against same-sex marriage, bolstering his "culture warrior" credentials by peddling bogus horror stories about the dangers of marriage equality.

In the years following the Massachusetts decision, O'Reilly claimed that same-sex marriage would cause a decline in marriage rates, clog the court system, possibly lead to people marrying goats, ducks, and dolphins, and negatively impact the children of same-sex couples.

To O'Reilly, the push for same-sex marriage was part of a broader secularist plot to marginalize Christianity and abolish the institution of marriage altogether.

On his radio show in 2005, O'Reilly argued that the Founding Fathers hadn't addressed gay marriage in the Constitution, Because back then, if you were gay, they hung you:
O'REILLY: You know, the Founding Fathers didn't write anything into the Constitution about gay marriage. Because back then, if you were gay, they hung you. So -- you couldn't get married because they put you in the rack.

You know, if you were running around wearing a chartreuse hat, you were in lots of trouble. So, we didn't even have to worry about these people getting married because if they come out of their closet in the log cabin -- somebody'll shoot them in the head. So, there really wasn't an issue back in the Founding Fathers.
Earth to Bill O'Reilly, the founding Fathers had no problem with slavery either, that did not mean it was still ok to own slaves, and now we do not allow slavery, so that argument you made is weak and pathetic.

In late 2010, U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker overturned California's Proposition 8, dealing a major blow to conservatives who had fought tooth-and-nail to mobilize religious opposition to same-sex marriage in a traditionally liberal state.

Fox News contributor Liz Trotta decried the media's positive coverage of the decision, suggesting that Walker had a "vested interest" in striking down the ban because he is gay - a sentiment echoed elsewhere on Fox News.

O'Reilly similarly decried the decision as an example of "judicial activism."

A few months later, in early 2011, the Obama administration's Justice Department announced that it would no longer defend the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) in court. The announcement triggered an apoplectic reaction from Fox News, led by Megyn Kelly, who invited NOM's Gallagher to condemn the Obama administration and push falsehoods about what the announcement would mean.

Mike Huckabee, then the host of his own Fox News show, argued that marriage equality posed a threat to "stable society."

Then New York made history by becoming the largest state in the country to recognize same-sex marriage through a legislative vote, more than doubling the number of people living in marriage equality states. It was a devastating loss for anti-gay conservative groups, who poured millions of dollars into unsuccessfully pressuring a handful of moderate Republican lawmakers to oppose same-sex marriage.

Rather than evolve with the American public in its treatment of same-sex couples and the LGBT community, Fox News has just tinkered with its messaging strategy, occasionally paying lip service to the idea of same-sex marriage while drumming up a "religious persecution" narrative that's served to seriously undercut the advancement of substantive LGBT equality.

It's a smart pivot for a network that's always smudged the line between real journalism and right-wing propaganda. And after Obergefell, Fox's attempts to depict the LGBT community as sore winners will likely be even more prevalent.

Many years have passed since O'Reilly first turned his attention to the looming specter of same-sex marriage, but Fox News role as a bulwark against the advancement of LGBT equality remains largely unchanged.

In other words, O'Reilly was opposed to gay marriage then, and he is today too, he just lies about it sometimes, depending on what the polling on the issue shows, and depending on who the guest is at the time. I would bet my life on it that in private O'Reilly slams the gays and the blacks, and wishes we could go back to the early days when whites had total power and the gays were in the closet.

Jon Stewart Slams Dishonest Confederate Flag Supporters
By: Steve - June 29, 2015 - 10:00am

Last week Jon Stewart had some choice words for those who continue to defend the Confederate flag, essentially accusing them of trying to downplay racism.

Which is what Bill O'Reilly did, he defended the flag supporters by saying their is a history of states rights and bravery represented in the flag, which is bull and he knows it.

Stewart pointed out that many of its defenders claim the Civil War was about states rights, not slavery. He also went after those who claim it's about Southern pride and heritage, saying that their ancestors might have had other redeeming qualities, but that doesn;t negate the primary reason why the Civil War happened -- slavery.

"It'd be like saying you support flying the Nazi flag because you're proud of their robust anti-smoking agenda," Stewart said, showing a piece of Nazi-era anti-smoking propaganda. "But that wasn't really their thing."

Though The Daily Show host did point out that it’s becoming more difficult to find anyone in the mainstream who will defend the Confederate flag, using a clip of a representative from the Sons of Confederate Veterans discussing how he feels taking down the flag is a slippery slope to removing monuments and changing street names that honor members of the Confederacy.

"Let me explain to you how the slippery slope argument normally works: usually when you do the slippery slope argument, you like to end it in something bad," Stewart said. "You don't go like, 'The next thing, black children don't have to go to schools named after men who wouldn't have allowed them to learn how to read.'"

He also went on to mock Fox News contributor Todd Starnes for suggesting that the next flag that will be targeted will be the U.S. flag. Which is just insane, because the U.S. flag represents America and freedom, not slavery and racism in the south.

It's taken 150 years to get to this point -- and even still it really took one of the worst racially-motivated terrorist attacks this country has seen in a very long time to finally ignite a movement that's been long overdue. That flag should have been taken down 50 years ago, but at least they are finally doing it now.

Fox & Friends Caught Lying Again About Hillary Clinton
By: Steve - June 28, 2015 - 11:00am

Fox & Friends co-hosts Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Steve Doocy baselessly speculated that 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton would remain silent on South Carolina's Confederate flag out of deference to her husband's actions as governor of Arkansas.

However, Clinton said in a 2007 interview with the Associated Press that South Carolina should remove the flag from its statehouse grounds.

On the June 22 edition of Fox News Fox & Friends, Hasselbeck pointed out that while most of the GOP presidential field has weighed in on South Carolina's decision to continue flying the Confederate flag on its state house grounds in the wake of last week's mass shooting in a black, historically activist church in Charleston, Hillary Clinton has not yet made a statement.

She speculated that Clinton's silence may be "because Bill Clinton, her husband, signed a law honoring the Confederacy in Arkansas and about the flag's design in 1987," while he was governor of Arkansas, going on to say, "She's just in a tough spot, to have to defend her husband's position back then, right now in light of what happened in South Carolina."

However, as the Clinton campaign pointed out, Clinton unequivocally told the Associated Press in 2007 that she would "like to see it removed from the Statehouse grounds," saying,"I think about how many South Carolinians have served in our military and who are serving today under our flag and I believe that we should have one flag that we all pay honor to, as I know that most people in South Carolina do every single day."

And btw, Clinton was running for the Democratic presidential nomination at the time.

The Fox hosts also failed to note that while several of the 2016 GOP presidential candidates have made statements on the Confederate flag, none openly condemned it -- Scott Walker said the decision to fly the flag is a "state issue" and Marco Rubio said that "outsiders" should not tell South Carolina what to do.

Clinton has spoken about racism in the wake of the Charleston shooting, which claimed nine lives. Speaking on Saturday, she said, "Race remains a deep fault line in America. Millions of people of color still experience racism in their everyday lives."

Meanwhile, most of Fox News coverage of the shooting failed to take the shooter's clearly racist motivations seriously. On June 18, Doocy said it was extraordinary that the shooting would be called a hate crime. And on his radio program, Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade wondered, "Is it about Christians? Is it about white-black? Is it about 'I hate South Carolina'?"

Ken Burns Has The True Facts About The Confederate Flag
By: Steve - June 27, 2015 - 11:00am

O'Reilly and his right-wing friends can spin their nonsense about the confederate flag all they want, but Ken Burns is telling you the real truth about it, something you do not get from O'Reilly or anyone at Fox News.

Ken Burns, the documentarian behind PBS's acclaimed The Civil War series, blasted the myth that the Confederate flag is not a symbol of racism and white supremacy during a Thursday appearance on MSNBC's Morning Joe.

"I think what happens is that we build up over time the sense of an excuse about why it came," Burns said. "If you read … South Carolina's articles of secession in November -- after Lincoln's election of 1860 -- they don't mention states rights at all, and they also don't mention nullification. But they mention slavery over and over again."

He later added, "Those (Confederate) flags came in after Brown v. Board of Education. This is not about heritage. This is about resistance to civil rights."

Burns is demonstrating how the Confederate flag has always been a symbol against efforts by black Americans to gain equal rights. When South Carolina became the first state to secede after Lincoln's election, it explicitly singled out attempts to abolish slavery and grant rights to black Americans as "hostile to the South" and "destructive of its beliefs and safety."

And as Vox's Libby Nelson explained, Southerners used the flag to intimidate civil rights advocates and defend segregation. So while some dishonest right-wingers might not see the Confederate flag as a racist symbol, the truth is the flag's history is mired in racism.

More Good Economic News O'Reilly Has Totally Ignored
By: Steve - June 27, 2015 - 10:00am

The housing market is doing great, and O'Reilly ignored it, because it makes Obama look good and it shows his economic policies are working.

Sales of Existing U.S. Homes Increase to Highest Level Since 2009

Previously owned U.S. homes sold in May at the fastest pace since November 2009, driven by first-time buyers and indicating budding momentum in the residential real estate market.

Closings on existing properties, which usually occur a month or two after a contract is signed, rose 5.1 percent to a 5.35 million annualized rate, the National Association of Realtors reported Monday in Washington. The median forecast in a Bloomberg survey called for a 5.26 million pace. The share of first-time buyers matched the highest level since September 2012.

Employment gains, rising incomes and still-cheap borrowing costs are combining to propel sales after a period of uneven demand from late 2014 through early this year. The prospect of higher interest rates as the Federal Reserve considers tighter monetary policy may be encouraging more Americans to take the homeownership plunge.

"Incomes are doing better and more people are working," said Stephen Stanley, chief economist at Amherst Pierpont Securities LLC in Stamford, Connecticut. Stanley correctly forecast May sales. "I would imagine we'll continue to see better demand from first-time buyers."

O'Reilly ignores this news because he is a right-wing hack who hates Obama, he claims Obama is a failure and the economy is in chaos, even though all the numbers prove him wrong, he still continues to lie about it because he can not admit he was wrong about Obama.

Supreme Court Rules State Bans On Same-Sex Marriage Are Unconstitutional
By: Steve - June 26, 2015 - 11:30am

And the right-wingers of course freaked out. In a 5 to 4 ruling, the Supreme Court ruled that bans on same-sex marriage violate the Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

Fox's MacCallum: "What's To Prevent" Three People From Getting Married Now?

Weekly Standard's Bill Kristol: "Polygamy, Here We Come!"'s Ed Morrissey: Gay Marriage Decision Will Lead To "Challenges To Polygamy Bans."

Which is nonsense, because it is illegal to marry more than one person, or a dog, etc. so all that talk is pure right-wing garbage, and nothing will change, except gay people can now legally get married and in a year it will be a non-issue.

More insanity from the right-wing loons:'s Nolte: Decision "Emboldens Gaystapo To Target ... Your Church" And Leaves "No Legal Argument Against Polygamy."

Fox's Starnes: "If You Think The Cultural Purge Over Southern Traditions Was Egregious -- Wait Until You See What They Do To Christians In America."

Mark Levin: "The Supreme Court Is Officially Nuts."

Powerline's John Hinderaker: "We Do Not Live In A Democracy."

Fox's Stuart Varney Suggests Decision Could Lead To Polygamy:

Fox's Erick Erickson: Ruling "Has Much To Do With The Semblance Of Normalcy. Those Who See Homosexuality As A Sin Must, Necessarily, Be Driven From The Town Square."

And that's not all, it goes on and on forever, every right-winger in America has gone crazy over this ruling, even though it was the correct ruling, and we all know it.

Desperate Ben Carson Finally Admits The Truth About Church Shooting
By: Steve - June 26, 2015 - 11:00am

I say desperate because his campaign is so bad he has to say and do something to try and get someone to support him, especially after all his top staffers quit on him.

Ben Carson Abandons Conservative Talking Points By Calling Racism Racism

In an op-ed piece that appeared in Monday's edition of USA Today, retired neurosurgeon and Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson pulled no punches in calling the South Carolina church massacre a racist act.

In the opinion piece, Carson implicitly criticized most of the other candidates in the Republican field for trying to downplay the racial component of the church shooting spree. Carson wrote:
Not everything is about race in this country. But when it is about race, then it just is. So when a guy who has been depicted wearing a jacket featuring an apartheid-era Rhodesian flag walks into a historic black church and guns down nine African-American worshipers at a Bible study meeting, common sense leads one to believe his motivations are based in racism.

When the sole adult survivor of the ordeal reports that the killer shouted before opening fire, "You rape our women and you're taking over our country. And you have to go" -- well, that sounds to me a lot like racial hatred.

Let's call this sickness what it is, so we can get on with the healing. If this were a medical disease, and all the doctors recognized the symptoms but refused to make the diagnosis for fear of offending the patient, we could call it madness.

But there are people who are claiming that they can lead this country who dare not call this tragedy an act of racism, a hate crime, for fear of offending a particular segment of the electorate.
It is hardly radical to declare the South Carolina shooter a racist, but conservative pundits and politicians have found it difficult to do just that. Simply by speaking the truth, Carson appears willing to alienate the segment of his party that wants to pretend racism no longer exists in the United States.

That wing includes presidential candidates like Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum and Ted Cruz, who have consistently tried to downplay the significance of race, even where racism is obvious.

At least this time, instead of parroting GOP talking points, Carson decided to stake out his own position. It remains to be seen whether his honesty becomes an asset or a liability in the Republican presidential primaries.

His recognition of the racial motivation behind the Charleston murders could alienate part of his original Tea Party base, but it also could help him with GOP moderates and conservatives who view his willingness to stick his neck out and say something other Republicans are too timid to say as a point in his favor.

Carson's willingness to call racism what it is, combined with 2012 GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's calls for taking down the confederate flag in South Carolina, point to a growing rift in the GOP base. That divide between the racist apologists and racism deniers on one side, and principled conservatives who acknowledge America still has work to do on race relations, is one that will play out in the 2016 Republican primaries.

Republican voters have an opportunity to decide whether they wish to remain a viable political party that can address complex issues, or whether they want to travel down the narrow bigoted path of becoming a White Nationalist party that is unwilling to face any inconvenient truths about race in America.

Jon Stewart Slams Fox For Hypocrisy On Politicizing Charleston Shooting
By: Steve - June 26, 2015 - 10:00am

Jon Stewart opened his show this Monday by taking on the hypocrites over at Faux "news" for their bitching that President Obama and the left have supposedly "politicized" the massacre in Charleston, South Carolina this week and that it's of course, "too early" to have a discussion about gun control, or racism, or whatever else they'd prefer we not talk about because they don't want to offend their racist audience.

After showing a montage of the talking heads over there, ending with Sean Hannity saying this:

HANNITY: It's almost like a sickness that, you know, a tragedy happens, let's see how we can advance our narrative.

Stewart let him have it.

STEWART: Yes. It's a sickness. This rush to use tragedy to advance... your narrative. Combine that with an inability for self-examination, an almost comical degree of self-exculpatory rhetoric, flag pins, little bit of leg, and a complete immunity to irony -- you've got yourself a full blown case of Fox-abetes.

You know, they're amazing. They are amazing at what they do. Remind me of this past December when two New York City cops were tragically killed during a time when people were protesting police shootings of unarmed black men. Talk to me about the restraint Fox used in not advancing their narrative.

Then we have the Fox idiots, claiming Mayor Bill de Blasio has blood on his hands and attacking President Obama and those on the left for supposedly being the ones making racial tensions worse in New York.

As Stewart said, despite the pleas from the likes of Fox not to do anything about what happened, and the public is rising up and demanding that the Confederate flag be removed from the grounds of the state capitol.

After slamming the legislators in South Carolina who passed a law requiring that it takes 2/3 of them to vote to get the flag removed and the fact that it's the absolute very least that should be done, Stewart hammered them for the fact that the flag was one of the least of their troubles.

STEWART: In Charleston, Emanuel AME Church is on Calhoun St., named for former Vice President John C. Calhoun. Let's call him the racist Christopher Lloyd. He was 19th century America's foremost defender of slavery, the guy who said slavery wasn't a necessary evil, but a positive good.

That's the address that this church has to have on their letterhead. Take a short walk down the street, you're at the Daughters of the Confederacy's Confederate Museum. The Rebel uniforms are venerated like the Shroud of Turin.

I touched General Lee's tunic. It cured my shingles.

You can't spit your tabacci in Charleston without hitting a public monument to the glorious days of slavery, because in the context of Charleston's extensive Confederate porn industry, the flag is just the money shot.

That town is like Confederate Epcot.

Stewart followed up with some very funny and irreverent perspective from his correspondents, Jordon Klepper and Jessica Williams, with Klepper doing his best schtick as the tone deaf white guy who ignores any complaints he hears from black people like Williams, and Williams turning to her new friend, "helper whitey" after being fed up with the likes of Klepper.

Here is the video:

Supreme Court Upholds Health Care Tax Credits For All Americans
By: Steve - June 25, 2015 - 11:40am

On June 25, the Supreme Court upheld a provision of the Obama Affordable Care Act that allows for tax credits to aid millions of Americans who obtained health insurance through the federal exchanges, as opposed to those operated by their state.

The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that President Obama's health care law may provide nationwide tax subsidies to help poor and middle-class people buy health insurance. And the vote was not even close, it came down 6 to 3.

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. wrote the majority opinion in the 6-to-3 decision. The court's three most conservative members -- Justices Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas and Samuel A. Alito Jr. -- dissented.

The case concerned a central part of the Affordable Care Act, Mr. Obama's signature legislative achievement. The law created marketplaces, known as exchanges, to allow people who lack insurance to shop for individual health plans.

And btw, all the right-wing stooges (including O'Reilly) predicted the Supreme Court would throw that provision out, and as usual, they were all wrong.

Then of course all the right-wing nuts flipped out.

Responding to the health care decision on Fox News America's Newsroom, network contributor and former Bush administration advisor Karl Rove deemed it to be "an act of judicial activism" from the Supreme Court designed to "protect the Affordable Care Act."

With today's Obamacare decision, John Roberts confirms that he has completely jettisoned all pretense of textualism. He is a results-oriented judge, period, ruling on big cases based on what he thinks the policy result should be or what the political stakes are for the court itself. He is a disgrace. That is all. (National Review Online)

Fox senior judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano said that Chief Justice John Roberts had "resorted to a nearly unheard of construction in order to save the statute," going on: "Roberts will undermine his own credibility as a fair-minded jurist, because he has reached to bizarre and odd contortions in order to save this statute twice."

After the decision was released, the Media Research Center VP Dan Gainor tweeted that the "scumbag" Chief Justice Roberts -- appointed by George W. Bush -- was "an awful pick" for the court.

And it goes on and on, all the right-wing stoogs hated the ruling. Even though this ruling saved health care for 8 million Americans, they do not give a damn, they just wanted the court to rule against Obama to make him look bad for political reasons. And btw folks, even if the court had thrown it out, Congress was going to pass a fix for it, so the Republicans would have lost either way. Obamacare is here to stay and it is working great, they just refuse to admit it.

Larry Wilmore Blasts Bill O'Reilly For Coverage Of Race In America
By: Steve - June 25, 2015 - 11:30am

Wilmore: Progress On Race Is "One Step Forward, Two Bill O'Reillys Back"

Jon Stewart Slams Fox News For Their Ignorance About Racism
By: Steve - June 25, 2015 - 11:00am

It sure is no secret that Fox News has built a reputation for not only helping fuel racism, but on many levels either downplaying or flat-out denying that racism is still even an issue, especially Bill O'Reilly who claims racism is gone. And I can not count how many times I had a conservative tell me that racism is no longer an issue because we elected our first black president.

Now let me clear something up, the country did not elect the first black president, liberals, Independents, and Democrats elected our first black president. The Conservatives and the Republicans all voted against Obama, and a lot of them voted against him simply because he is black.

When it comes to conservatives and the Republican party as it relates to electing African-Americans, there are exactly three (out of 299 total Republicans) representing the GOP in Congress. In other words, about one percent of the Republicans in Congress are African-American.

And here's another good fact: Republicans had twice as many African-Americans serving in Congress in 1871 (six) as they do now.

So, no, the fact that liberals elected our first black president does not mean racism is no longer an issue, especially considering the amount of racism that's been thrown his way since being elected. And as most of us know, one of the driving forces behind a lot of that racism has been the conservative media, in particular Fox News.

And just like they normally do, some over on the conservative entertainment network were quick to try to downplay the racism element in the horrific shooting that left nine African-Americans dead in Charleston, South Carolina. Needless to say, Jon Stewart did what he has often done and absolutely hammered Fox News ignorance.

He addressed the accusation by the network that liberals were suffering from a sickness by trying to politicize the shooting. "Yes. It's a sickness, this rush to use tragedy to advance your narrative," Stewart said. "Combine that with an inability for self-examination, an almost comical degree of self-exculpatory rhetoric, flag pins, a little bit of leg, and a complete immunity to irony, you've got yourself a full-blown case of Foxabetes."

The best part of the segment came when Stewart addressed the racist culture of Charleston, South Carolina. "You can't spit your tobacky in Charleston without hitting a public monument to the glorious days of slavery," he said.

"Because in the context of Charleston's extensive Confederate porn industry, the flag is just the money shot. That town is like Confederate Epcot."

The fact that for many down there the Confederacy is looked upon with respect and honor as opposed to shame and embarrassment, which is what we should all feel about the largest treasonous uprising in our nation's history.

It's just a real shame it took the murder of nine innocent lives last Wednesday before some finally realized that it’s time we stop honoring one of the most shameful periods of American history.

Bill O'Reilly Flips Out Over Question About Racism
By: Steve - June 25, 2015 - 10:00am

Bill O'Reilly got into a heated debate Tuesday with a regular guest on his show. O'Reilly accused Kirsten Powers and liberals of being unfair by presenting to the public their impression of the U.S. as a nation filled with racism and bigotry.

O'Reilly had Powers and Monica Crowley on his show, and the topic being discussed was racism, specifically whether it is rampant in America or limited to a small fraction of the population.

Powers asserted that there are indeed a lot of people living in the U.S. who are in fact racist. And she is exactly right, but O'Reilly will not admit it, because he is a right-wing idiot who does not admit to reality.

O'Reilly shot back, saying this: "I have to wonder why you can't see what is happening, because most Americans are not racist."

And I agree with you O'Reilly, most Americans are not racist, nobody is saying they are. Powers also agrees with you, she is not saying most Americans are racist, she is just saying the truth, the facts, that a lot of people in America are racist.

In an attempt to prove a point, Powers asked O'Reilly: "So, how many black friends do you have?"

O'Reilly refused to answer her question, in fact, he totally ignored the very fact that she said anything. Powers persisted and asked the question several more times before O'Reilly finally had enough, slamming his hand on his desk and saying: "If you think most Americans are racist, I'm ashamed of you. I'm ashamed of you."

Crowley then said that "racism has been limited to the lunatic fringe of the country."

Which is a lie, and she knows it. Because many mainstream Republicans are still racists, I even know some of them myself, and I see it all the time on Republicans message boards I monitor, racism is everywhere on some of those right-wing discussion boards, at least until the moderators delete it. In fact, it's why you see so many messages in theads saying comment # whatever removed by moderator, they are almost always racist postings.

O'Reilly instigated the argument at the beginning of the segment by asking Powers where he was going wrong. She told him that she did feel racism is a serious issue in this country and could not understand why the comment offended O'Reilly so much.

But she never once said most of Americans are racist, those were claims made by O'Reilly, that I have not heard anyone say.

O'Reilly admitted that every country in the world has racist elements in it. But Powers refused to see the relevance. O'Reilly then pointed out that the U.S. does not have a system in which racism is acceptable at all.

It may not be acceptable, but it is there and there is a lot of it, O'Reilly just refuses to admit it, then he distorts the issue and gets mad at something nobody is saying.

O'Reilly stood his ground by saying that "what is being sold is this idea that we are as a society, are racist, white supremacy, and white privilege. That's what's being sold…the world is being told by anti-American haters that we are a rank, racist society, and that is a lie."

Which is another lie, and nobody is saying that. To begin with, the people calling out the racists are not anti-American, they love America, they just want to expose the racism to try and help get rid of it. If we keep ignoring it and do not expose it, the country will never get rid of racism.

Now here is where O'Reilly really goes wrong, to begin with, he never did answer the question, because you can bet the farm he does not have any black friends, and most Republicans do not either.

Second, nobody is saying America is a racist nation, what they are saying is that we still have a lot of racists in the country and that racism is still a big problem. So O'Reilly is arguing against a statement nobody is making, nobody is saying AMERICA is a racist nation.

O'Reilly will not even admit there are a lot of racists still alive, so he is ignoring the problem and getting mad when people call out the racists.

O'Reilly Promotes Ridiculous Rand Paul Flat Tax Plan
By: Steve - June 24, 2015 - 11:00am

Fact: The only people that benefit from a flat tax are the wealthy, no matter how Paul and O'Reilly spin and lie about it, that is a fact.

Monday night Bill O'Reilly was on to promote Rand Paul's flat tax nonsense to "the so-called folks." Who are those folks, you ask? Well, they're the ones who watch idiots like O'Reilly lie to them and believe he's telling the truth.

Rand Paul is the most disliked Republican candidate at Fox, but even they have found something to hawk to their "folks:"

O'REILLY: According to most polls, Senator Paul is slipping a bit in the Republican presidential sweepstakes. That's mainly because his foreign policy of quasi-isolation is controversial in the age of terrorism. So now the senator is putting forth a flat-tax proposal that has some very attractive components to it.

It would shake down this way:

Paul's plan would mandate a 14-and-a-half percent income tax rate applied to all workers earning more than $50,000 a year.

All profitable businesses would also be taxed at that rate, along with capital gains interest on savings and other revenue the feds want a piece of. Senator Paul would do away with most personal deductions, only mortgage and charitable contributions could be written off.

Business could write off purchases of parts and office equipment … things like that. Overall Senator Paul's flat-tax proposal is friendly to the American worker.

WOW! What a massive load of old right-wing rich guy garbage.

An analysis by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) in 2011 says just the opposite. Right now the federal tax rate is generally about 9.6 percent for working people. Raising and flattening it doesn't help workers, it makes it more regressive.

A flatter tax system may sound great, but in reality, it would entail a massive shift in tax burdens from wealthy households to those who are less affluent.

But facts don't matter to O'Dummy, even when they come up and slap him in the face. Because the fact is that a flat tax such as the one Rand Paul proposes would do nothing for "the folks," and it would also kill Social Security and Medicare, which is a conservative dream.

The most controversial part of Paul's flat tax is that he wants to do away with the payroll tax, which funds Social Security and Medicare.

Right now most American workers pay almost 8% toward those entitlements. Paul says you wouldn't pay anything and the revenue would be made up by American companies -- their tax contributions would first go to funding FICA and Medicare.

I call BS on that, and so should everyone else. O'Reilly and Rand Paul do not give a rat's ass about Social Security or Medicare other than as a target on their wall with a big bulls-eye in the middle of it.

O'Dummy even admits that 14.5 percent won't do the job, and the payroll tax would have to die too.

O'REILLY: If you are a poor American, Senator Paul would keep the earned income tax credit so funds would continue to be paid to low earners.

Now Talking Points does not believe the numbers add up. You could do a flat tax, but it would have to be around 19%, not 14-and-a-half. And you would have to keep some kind of payroll tax. You could drop it; 5% would be the very minimum.

However, as everyone knows, the American tax system is broken. The IRS is not a reliable organization to say the least, and Senator Paul's proposal separates him from most of the other candidates because he is putting forth something concrete.

The next presidential election will be won by the person who can convince most voters that he or she will help their financial security. The Democrats, including Hillary Clinton, are throwing in with the tax the rich and business mantra to the fullest extent.

So it's more of the same that President Obama gave us. Talking Points believes America needs a flat tax. The question, will the folks rally around it?

No, IDIOT. "The folks" will not rally around it because it's a turd sandwich for everyone but people like Bill O'Reilly, who would love to not have to pay the pittance in tax on his megabucks he pays every year.

And btw, O'Dummy forgot to mention that part to "the folks." I'm sure he just forgot, yeah right.

The Truth About The Flat Tax O'Reilly Ignores
By: Steve - June 24, 2015 - 10:00am

Think about this, I mean seriously, think about this. Every single person who supports or promotes a flat tax is wealthy.

And now, here are some facts about a flat tax.

The flat tax is a fraud. It raises taxes on the poor and lowers them on the rich.

The details of flat-tax proposals vary, of course. But all of them end up benefitting the rich more than the poor for one simple reason: Today’s tax code is still at least moderately progressive. The rich usually pay a higher percent of their incomes in income taxes than do the poor. A flat tax would eliminate that slight progressivity.

Nowadays most low-income households pay no federal income tax at all -- a fact that sends many conservatives into spasms of indignation. They conveniently ignore the fact that poor households pay a much larger share of their incomes in payroll taxes, sales taxes, and property taxes (directly, if they own their homes; indirectly, if they rent) than do people with high incomes.

Flat-taxers pretend a flat tax is good public policy, for two reasons.

First, they say, it would simplify paying taxes. Baloney. Flat-tax proposals don’t eliminate popular deductions.

Second, they say a flat tax is fairer than the current system because, a flat tax "treats everyone the same."

The truth is the current tax code treats everyone the same. It's organized around tax brackets. Everyone whose income reaches the same bracket is treated the same as everyone else whose income reaches that bracket (apart from various deductions, exemptions, and credits, of course).

For example, no one pays any income taxes on the first $20,000 or so of their income (the exact amount depends on whether the person is married and eligible for tax credits like the Earned Income Tax Credit of the Family Tax Credit.)

People in higher brackets pay a higher rate only on the portion of their income that hits that bracket -- not on their entire incomes.

Simple fairness requires three things: More tax brackets at the top, higher rates in each bracket, and the treatment of all sources of income (capital gains included) exactly the same.

Not only fairness demands it, but also fiscal prudence. A truly progressive tax would bring in tens of billions of dollars a year from the people at the top who are in the best position to afford it.

Conservatives are pushing the flat tax as a smokescreen. They'd rather not have anyone talk about the unfairness and fiscal absurdity of the current system.

The real problem is the top brackets are set too low relative to where the money is. The top-most bracket starts at $375,000 a year. People with incomes higher than that pay 35 percent -- again, only on that portion of their incomes exceeding $375,000.

This is insane. It means a professional who's making, $380,000 a year pays the same income-tax rate as a super-wealthy person who is pulling in $2 billion or $20 billion.

Our current flat tax at the top is treating the nation's professional class exactly the same as it treats super-rich plutocrats. My doctor pays the same tax rate as Steve Forbes.

Actually, it's worse than that because the plutocrats get most of their income in the form of capital gains, which are taxed at only 15 percent. That's why America's 400 richest people -- who earned an average of $300 million last year, and who have more wealth than the bottom 150 million Americans put together -- now pay at a 17 percent rate (according to the IRS).

Rather than merely oppose the flat tax, sensible people should push for a truly progressive tax -- starting with a top rate of 70 percent on that portion of anyone’s income exceeding $5 million, from whatever source.

Notice that O'Reilly does not tell you any of this, he ignores it all and simply says the Rand Paul flat tax plan (on average) is good for the American worker. Which is just nothing but lies and pure right-wing propaganda, coming from a Republican rich guy, think about that.

Note To Bill O'Reilly: GOP Governor To Remove Confederate Flag
By: Steve - June 23, 2015 - 11:00am

In a hastily announced press conference Monday, South Carolina's Governor Nikki Haley (R) called on her state to remove the Confederate flag that has long flown outside the capitol building on the statehouse grounds.

"Today we are here in a moment of unity in our state without ill will to say it's time to move the flag from the capitol grounds," Haley said during the press conference, noting that while the act would not bring back those killed last week, it was necessary to prevent the symbol from causing further pain.

Governor Haley added that she will use her power as governor to call an extraordinary special session of the state legislature if they refuse to act. "The time for action is coming soon," she said. "This is South Carolina's historic moment."

Standing by her side at the announcement were South Carolina's senators, Lindsey Graham (R) and Tim Scott (R). Graham's support for Haley's remarks marked a change of tone from how he approached the issue just three days ago. In an interview with CNN on Friday, he asserted that the Confederate flag is "part of who we are," although he also said that revisiting that decision "would be fine with me."

Graham issued a statement shortly after the press conference Monday, saying "I am urging that the Confederate Battle Flag be removed from statehouse grounds to an appropriate location."

Graham became the first Republican presidential candidate to call for the flag to be taken down, but minutes after the announcement, Ohio Governor and likely candidate John Kasich (R) sent out his own statement calling for the removal of the flag. The question has been asked of many of the contenders in recent days, with most asserting that the issue should be left up to the state.

The South Carolina politicians dramatic shift -- after decades of fiercely defending the flag -- came after revelations that it was an important symbol and inspiration for Dylann Roof, the 21 year old who murdered nine people in Charleston's historic Emanuel A.M.E. Church last week.

Legislators are currently in a session to pass the state's budget, and could take up and debate a bill about the flag. Contrary to reports that a two-thirds supermajority vote in the state legislature would be needed to remove the flag, it would only take a simple majority.

Walmart First Store To Remove All Confederate Flag Merchandise
By: Steve - June 23, 2015 - 11:00am

Walmart is leading the nation by announcing it will remove all Confederate flag merchandise from its stores, according to CNN.

CNN politics reporter MJ Lee tweeted the statement from Walmart spokesman Brian Nick:

"We never want to offend anyone with the products that we offer. We have taken steps to remove all items promoting the confederate flag from our assortment -- whether in our stores or on our web site. We have a process in place to help lead us to the right decisions when it comes to the merchandise we sell. Still, at times, items make their way into our assortment improperly -- this is one of those instances."

CNN reached out to Amazon & eBay, which MJ Lee says both sell various forms of Confederate flag merchandise, but they have not responded.

On CNN, Lee writes, "The announcement is the latest indication that the flag, a symbol of the slave-holding South, has become toxic in the aftermath of a shooting last week at a historic African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina."

This is an interesting move by a company that is desperately trying to revamp its public image. First they raised wages, and now they are taking a lead on a moral and ethical issue that is the cause of deep pain for many in this country.

This is a big win for the anti-hate side, because Walmart is the world's largest retailer, with over 11,100 stores in 27 countries. With Walmart removing merchandise with the Confederate flag on it, the days of mass public denial and pretending it is not a hate symbol are coming to an end.

As Expected Biased Hack O'Reilly Defends Use Of The Confederate Flag
By: Steve - June 23, 2015 - 10:00am

Bill O'Reilly: Flag "Represents, To Some, Bravery In The Civil War Because The Confederates Fought Hard"

Partial transcript from the June 22nd, 2015 O'Reilly Factor:

JUAN WILLIAMS: I just wanted to end on this note. You saw Mitt Romney say we should take that flag down.

O'REILLY: The Confederate flag.

WILLIAMS: The Confederate flag, symbol of hate. You saw people like Tim Scott, Reverend Goff, the man who spoke in the church yesterday. They talked about he wanted a race war and, in fact, somehow, this is bringing black and white people together. I think we sometimes don't celebrate when people come together.

O'REILLY: That's a positive and I just -- got to go. You say the Confederate flag is a symbol of hate and you believe that.

WILLIAMS: That's the way I feel when I see it.

O'REILLY: Okay, okay. And absolutely 100 percent legitimate. For some other people who see it in a historical context --

WILLIAMS: What's the historical context?

O'REILLY: It represents bravery.

WILLIAMS: Oh get out of town.

O'REILLY: In war.

WILLIAMS: They put it up in anger when they were trying to mass resist the Civil Rights Movement in the 60's.

O'REILLY: You know as well as I do that it represents, to some, bravery in the Civil War because the Confederates fought hard.

But that's what it represents. You're right historically, but in their minds, that's what it represents. And in your mind it represents hate. So, and everybody should know what the two sides are believing.


Let's get real, The confederate flag represents old time southern racism. The white south wanted to keep slaves and did not care about blacks, they wanted to even deny blacks any rights, and anyone who says different is lying to you, including O'Reilly.

The Confederate flag symbolizes white supremacy, and it always has. The history is clear: from the Civil War through the civil rights movement, the flag has always been about white supremacy. The only thing that has changed is how the rest of the country sees the cause it represents.

The Confederacy itself was founded to preserve slavery and promote white supremacy (see, for example, Mississippi's declaration of secession: "Our position is thoroughly identified with the institution of slavery -- the greatest material interest of the world," or the speech from the Confederacy's vice president that declared the Confederacy's cornerstone "rests upon the great truth that the Negro is not equal to the white man; that slavery -- subordination to the superior race -- is his natural and normal condition").

The KKK even waved the Confederate flag. So did the Citizens' Councils, white supremacist groups of prominent and successful people who opposed integration. White mobs at the University of Alabama also carried Confederate flags when they threw rocks at Autherine Lucy, the university's first black student, before the university decided to expel her rather than protect her.

The only people who think it represents honor and bravery and right-wing fools who deny racism and will not admit the truth, now even most Republicans want to get rid of it because they know the truth and it makes them look bad.

Church Shooter Manifesto Reveals Hate Group Helped Radicalize Him
By: Steve - June 22, 2015 - 11:00am

And of course O'Reilly and Fox have totally ignored this story, while denying he is a racist.

From the Southern Poverty Law Center:

A manifesto, purportedly penned by Dylann Storm Roof, the man charged with murdering nine people at a historic black church in Charleston, S.C., has surfaced online. The website contains numerous photos of Roof as well as a 2,000 word manifesto.

The website is called "The Last Rhodesian" -- the Rhodesian flag was one of the patches Roof had on his jacket in his Facebook profile photo. Roof's manifesto reveals much of his motivations for committing his heinous act. In it, he specifically cites the website of the white nationalist hate group Council of Conservative Citizens (CCC) as his gateway into the radical right.

The CCC is the modern reincarnation of the old White Citizens Councils, which were formed in the 1950s and 1960s to battle school desegregation in the South.

Today, the CCC dedicates itself to educating whites on what it sees as an epidemic of black on white crime in the United States. The CCC website has been a touchstone for the radical right to get educated on this issue -- and it appears this was the first stop for Roof on his dive down the white nationalist rabbit hole.

Roof's manifesto reads, "The event that truly awakened me was the Trayvon Martin case. I kept hearing and seeing his name, and eventually I decided to look him up. I read the Wikipedia article and right away I was unable to understand what the big deal was. It was obvious that Zimmerman was in the right. But more importantly this prompted me to type in the words "black on White crime" into Google, and I have never been the same since that day."

"The first website I came to was the Council of Conservative Citizens. There were pages upon pages of these brutal black on White murders. I was in disbelief. At this moment I realized that something was very wrong. How could the news be blowing up the Trayvon Martin case while hundreds of these black on White murders got ignored?"

The CCC is very active in Roof's home state of South Carolina. In fact, the CCC webmaster, white nationalist Kyle Rogers, is based in the state. Rogers is the mastermind behind the CCC's push to bring attention to black on white crime -- writing article after article on the CCC website exposing what he calls black on white hate crimes.

This brand of racist opportunism, exemplified by Rogers's coverage of the Trayvon Martin shooting, is a staple of Rogers and the CCC's media plan. On Feb. 6, 2012, in the midst of the site's coverage of the shooting, the CCC's website topped 170,000 unique visits in a single day. Such successes have emboldened Rogers and the CCC's web team, resulting in similar coverage following the 2014 death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., and the social unrest that followed. It seems the CCC media strategy was successful in recruiting Roof into the radical right.

When he isn't writing about black on white crime, Rogers manages a flag store,, which you can visit by clicking an ad on the CCC website. Rogers store sells the flag of the government of Rhodesia, the same flag sewn on the jacket worn by Roof in his Facebook profile.

Before Root's manifest was discovered, Rogers was quick to attack the Southern Poverty Law Center for our reporting on the Roof shooting. Rogers claimed "there is no evidence whatsoever" of Roof being radicalized online. If authorities determine that Roof's manifesto is authentic, Rogers words may well come back to haunt him.

UPDATE: Charleston law enforcement authorities have confirmed that the website containing Dylann Storm Roof's manifesto and photos was registered and run by Roof.

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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.

Visit The Web Page Below to See The 3 Month Factor Bias Study:

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:

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:

(( 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,, 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: Privacy Policy

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