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By: Steve - October 31, 2014 - 10:00am
This has been reported by me in the past before, and now there is a new study that says the same thing, Democratic President are better at creating jobs and better for the economy, and you have never seen O'Reilly report it then, or will he ever report it. Because it kills his right-wing propaganda that Republican Presidents create more jobs and are better for the economy.
A study of economic data over the past 75 years revealed that Democratic presidents create twice as many jobs and three times more job growth than Republicans.
An analysis of seventy-five years worth of economic data by economist Steve Stoft, and economic researcher Nathan Salminen revealed that Democratic presidents create a lot more jobs than Republicans.
Stoft found that Democrats have created twice as many jobs as Republicans. From 1940-2014, Democratic presidents have created 74 million jobs, while Republican presidents have created 35 million jobs.
And it's not just the overall number of jobs created. Job growth increases more under Democratic presidents than under Republicans. Since 1940, job growth has increased 3% per year under Democrats and 1% per year under Republicans.
The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) also reaches its highest point when Democrats control both the White House and Congress (5.2%).
When control of the White House and Congress is split between the parties, GDP growth is 2.9%. When Republicans control both the White House and Congress, GDP grows at (-.8%).
The data demonstrates that Democrats really do create more jobs than Republicans. Democratic ideas are more effective in terms of job creation than Republican policies. Tax cuts for the rich and other trickle down economic theories don't work. Which is the exact opposite of what O'Reilly tells you, he says Democratic policies create less jobs than Republicans and the economy does better with Republicans in power. Even though it's a lie and he knows it, the stats prove it, but he still lies about it. The facts show that the Democratic presidents create more jobs, GDP is higher, and job growth is better, these are the facts, which is why O'Reilly never mentions them.
And get this, even though he has been saddled with a Republican controlled House, President Obama has done a great job turning the economy around after the Bush created Great Recession.
Republican economic policies don't work because they substitute ideological belief for fact. Republicans have built their economic policy around the belief that wealth should be transferred upwards to the top.
The message to voters is clear. If the American people want more jobs and a better economy, the best move they could make would be to elect Democrats to Congress. A Democratic Congress and a Democratic president would do far better for this economy.
O'Reilly Slams Franken While Ignoring Republican Who Did The Same Thing
By: Steve - October 30, 2014 - 11:00am
The biased O'Reilly is back to slamming the Democrat Al Franken because he hates him and because he is a liberal. On his Wednesday night show the biased hypocrite O'Reilly slammed Franken for not answering a question about Ebola, saying he should not be in office if he can not answer a simple question.
O'Reilly claimed Franken embarrassed himself in a debate when he refused to say whether he favors Ebola-related travel restrictions.
Martha MacCallum was the guest, and she said this: "How can anyone go into a debate without an answer to that? It reminded me of a Saturday Night Live skit with someone making fun of a Senator who won't answer questions. But he has about $4.2 million dollars, about half coming from New York and California."
O'Reilly concluded with two rhetorical questions: "How can anyone pull the lever for this man? What is happening to this country."
With no Democratic guest for balance. Just O'Reilly and MacCallum from Fox News. And they ignored all the Republicans that do the very same thing, including the Iowa Republican Senate candidate Joni Ernst, who is refusing to answer questions from any of the Iowa newspapers. O'Reilly has totally ignored it and not said one word about her not answering any questions.
After spending weeks avoiding interviews with Iowa newspaper editorial boards who threatened to ask substantive policy questions, Iowa Republican Senate candidate Joni Ernst took refuge on Fox News, where hosts lavished her with uncritical praise.
Ernst has recently come under fire after cancelling or declining meetings with the editorial boards of major Iowa newspapers. Staff at key Iowa papers told Media Matters that Ernst's recent avoidance of them is nearly unprecedented and pointed to the importance of local papers as forum for candidates "to explain one's positions" to voters in her state.
But Ernst isn't avoiding the media entirely.
On October 24th, Ernst sat down for a softball interview with the hosts of Fox & Friends. Fox ran two of Ernst's campaign ads -- her infamous pig castration spot and a recent sequel -- while co-host Peter Johnson, Jr. commented that Ernst had "captured the imagination of voters."
Co-host Brian Kilmeade called her "one of the more exciting new candidates."
After co-host Anna Kooiman suggested that Ernst had set herself apart by not deciding to go negative, Fox aired a campaign ad on economic issues from her Democratic competitor, Rep. Bruce Braley, with an on-air graphic hyping "Democratic Attacks."
The hosts gave Ernst the chance to criticize Braley but failed to press her for details about a platform many see as extreme.
Fox & Friends praise of Ernst and string of softball questions is in line with the network's previous treatment of Ernst, which has previously conspicuously avoided mention of her controversial platform.
Ernst is a climate change denier and has promoted a Glenn Beck conspiracy theory about the "United Nations' superseding U.S. laws, states nullifying federal laws and impeaching Obama."
She has claimed that Obama has "become a dictator" and should be impeached. The Washington Post has criticized Ernst for trying to "cover her tracks" on her previous support for a 'personhood' amendment that would ban abortion and some forms of contraception.
And yet, O'Reilly does not report one word about any of it, even though she is an extreme right Tea Party nut, but he sure has time to slam Al Franken, for not answering one question at a debate. At least he showed up for the debate, Ernst will not even show up to answer any questions, which is far worse than what Franken did.
Bill O'Reilly Says Many Americans Are Simply Dumb
By: Steve - October 30, 2014 - 10:00am
And the reason he said that is because they vote for Democrats, even though a new study just came out that shows twice as many jobs are created under Democratic presidents than Republicans, GDP is higher, and job growth is better. O'Reilly ignores all that to slam people as dumb who vote for Democrats.
That is proof O'Reilly is a biased right-wing fool that puts his partisan ideology ahead of the facts. He is basically telling you that if you do not vote Republican you are dumb, even though all the stats show that the majority of Americans are far better off when they elect Democrats, the only people that benefit under Republicans are the wealthy and the corporations.
And remember this folks, when liberals called people dumb for voting Republican when Bush was the President, O'Reilly called them un-American. But now he is doing the exact same thing, talk about being a hypocrite, he is the king of hypocrisy. O'Reilly even said he would buy them a one-way plant ticket to China, and also told them to shut up and support the President during a time of war. But now the rules have changed for O'Reilly, because we have a Democratic president.
O'Reilly began his show Tuesday night by reading off several polls about where Republicans and Democrats stand just one week ahead of the elections. For the most part, the surveys showed some bad news for President Obama and the Democratic party, except for one.
When asked which party people trust to do a "better job with the nation's problems," the public sided with Democrats.
This did not please O'Reilly at all.
O'Reilly said this: "Many American citizens are simply dumb. They don't know anything. And when you don't know anything, you'll buy anything and propaganda rules."
Which is funny, because that is what O'Reilly and Fox News do, propaganda and their viewers are always the least informed about politics in every study. And yet he claims the Democrats are dumb to vote Democrat, when the facts show it's the Republicans who are dumb to vote Republican, unless you are rich you are a fool to vote for any Republican.
O'Reilly finished with one final warning, claiming that if the American people continue to "look away" and elect "incompetent people," "there will be a major disaster in this country."
Republican Corruption News Bill O'Reilly Is Not Reporting About
By: Steve - October 29, 2014 - 10:00am
The #1 mandate for the media is to report on political corruption, this is why we have the media, to be a check and balance on the people who run the country, Congressman, Mayors, Senators, etc.
And O'Reilly ignores it all, unless it involves a Democrat, then he is all over it. Now get this, I bet you did not know that there are currently 11 Republican governors either under indictment, under investigation, or under intense scrutiny for their ethics violations and outright crimes. You do not know about it because Bill O'Reilly ignores it, he does not report on political corruption, unless it involves a Democrat.
There is an old saying; "You are known by the company you keep," that means ones personality is defined by those they identify with, and it is curious why any person would embrace corrupt and dishonest people to inform their identity.
One might expect that Americans would demand their leaders possessed a high degree of integrity, but that belief implies that all Americans are honest and driven by strong ethical principles. Sadly, that is simply not the case.
There is a large sector of the population that not only condones and admires corruption and dishonesty, they celebrate it in their elected government representatives; these corrupt Americans are the Republican base. Republicans have stepped up to meet their base's demand to be corrupt, and dishonest, and it is evident in the preponderance of Republican governors under investigation for all manner of corruption.
What is telling about their supporters own lack of ethical principles is that these Republicans polling numbers are much higher than one would expect.
Apparently, corruption is as cherished as a virtue among conservatives as overt racism, misogyny, jingoism, religious extremism, and general hatred.
There are currently 11 Republican governors either under indictment, under investigation, or under intense scrutiny for their ethics violations and outright crimes. According to a report last month, the 11 sitting Republican governors are involved in scandals of their own creation, and nine of the eleven are running for re-election.
Most are either leading in the polls or staying competitive with their challengers informing that, at least in their respective states, their base embraces their corruption and in some cases supports their intent to take their corrupt ways to the U.S. Senate.
One former Republican governor, South Dakota's Mike Rounds, is seeking a Senate seat and openly admitted last Tuesday that he spent $600,000 of taxpayer money on a meat-packing company a former top cabinet official was going to work for when Round's administration was winding down. The money went directly into the cabinet member, Richard Benda's pocket in the form of a salary at the now-shuttered meat-packing plant; Northern Beef.
There is not a clearer case of conflict of interest, or blatant Republican corruption, any American will likely ever hear about; much less an admission of complicity from a senatorial candidate.
And Bill O'Reilly has not said one word about this corruption, not one, ever. But when the Democrat John Edwards was accused of using campaign money to buy his mistress a house, O'Reilly was all over it, and reported on it at least 20 times over a 6 month period. O'Reilly also reported on the trial and had weekly updates, but in the Rounds scandal O'Reilly has not reported on it one time.
The controversy is centered around Northern Beef's connection to the EB5 visa scandal that allowed wealthy foreign investors to invest in a local South Dakota business in exchange for going to the head of the immigration line for valuable green cards. A private company headed by Governor Rounds employee, Joop Bollen, brought in $100-million to fund Northern Beef, but defrauded South Dakota taxpayers out of $140 million; that was in addition to the $600,000 of taxpayer money Rounds provided for his departing cabinet member's salary.
Benda, as South Dakota's tourism secretary, provided nominal oversight for the scandal-ridden S.D. EB-5 program, parlayed it into a job with the company running Northern Beef. Then he convinced then-governor Rounds to provide taxpayer dollars for his own salary at the private company.
Northern Beef went out of business in less than a year, the debacle cost S.D. taxpayers an additional $4.4 million, and when state investigators got too close to exposing the governor's part in his cabinet member's conflict of interest; Richard Benda took his own life. It is the ultimate display of honor among thieves for Benda to "take one for the Rounds team" to conceal the former governors involvement in a clear conflict of interest and misappropriation of state funds investigation; something the Republican senatorial candidate Rounds certainly was aware of.
Republican voters see the fraud, investigations, misappropriation of taxpayer dollars as qualities that make Rounds well-qualified to represent them as a Republican Senator, instead of a corrupt politician.
Another Republican governor, Alaska's Sean Parnell is facing intense scrutiny for remaining silent and not investigating gross Alaska National Guard abuses including sexual assaults of young women when he first received complaints.
Joining Parnell under scrutiny is his Republican Attorney General and Senate candidate Dan Sullivan who continues to refuse to answer questions regarding the Alaska National Guard abuses and fraud. Specifically, Sullivan will not say how early as attorney general he knew about the abuses Parnell kept covered up, or when Parnell informed the state's lead law enforcement official about the sexual assaults and fraud in the Alaska National Guard.
The new investigations will only embolden Republican voters to support their Republican heroes with renewed enthusiasm; Sullivan has not suffered any ill-effects from his alleged involvement in the fraud and sexual abuse cover up and is leading in the polls.
These corrupt Republicans are just the latest to join the ranks of sitting Republican governors under investigation by authorities. Among the corrupt Republicans under indictment, investigation, and intense public scrutiny and running for re-election are; Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker with two separate investigations including one federal inquiry for illegal fundraising activities at the national level.
Ohio Governor John Kasich is keeping pace with Walker with several separate investigations for a variety of crimes including one ongoing FBI investigation for taking bribes; something Ohio voters must consider quite admirable since Kasich has a very substantial lead over his Democratic challenger.
The list of Republicans being investigated goes on and on, and many are leaders in the Republican-Tea Party movement including Nikki Haley (SC), Rick Perry (TX), Nathan Deal (GA), Paul LePage (ME), Rick Snyder (MI), Tom Corbett (PA), Chris Christie (NJ), and Sam Brownback (KS).
What they all have in common is that regardless the corruption plaguing them, Republican voters are standing solidly behind them informing that conservatives support fraud, corruption, bribery, election-rigging, cover-ups, and stealing taxpayer money as a virtuous principle of Republican ideology.
For the second time since the 2012 general election, state-level Republicans were caught red-handed with illegally funneled campaign donations in violation of the state's campaign finance laws. Instead of even a semblance of shame or remorse, at least at being caught, the revelation their local Republicans broke the law motivated GOP voters to attack long-standing election laws as another underhanded dirty trick; it is the same claim N.J. Governor Chris Christie made because Americans exercise their right to vote.
What is telling about a large portion of the voting public is that they are just as corrupt for supporting, donating, and voting for Republicans they know are dishonest, corrupt, and have no moral or ethical principles even as they claim Christianity is their guiding force in life and governing.
It is getting increasingly difficult to find even an iota of redeeming quality or value in any Republican politician or their corruption-loving base. A Republican politician or their supporters may claim they hate corruption and demand integrity from their compatriots, but when they continue to support corrupt Republicans, vote for them, or donate to their campaigns, they reveal that their deeply-held principles are founded in corruption and dishonesty.
Americans who support corrupt Republicans are birds of a feather and their deep-seated lack of integrity and unethical principles are exposed by the corrupt Republicans they vote for.
The Monday 10-27-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - October 28, 2014 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: National Security and Your Security. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: What do Ebola, ISIS, illegal alien criminals and fanatical Muslims have in common? They all are a threat to our security. Let's take them one by one. In one of the major failings of the Obama administration, the ISIS group was allowed to gain power unchecked for months. U.S. intelligence knew about the threat, but President Obama and his national security staff refused to engage. No matter what party you're in, that mistake is in stone.Comment: Said the right-wing nut who hates Obama and does nothing but scream the sky if falling because we have a Democratic President. While at the same time, gas prices are below $3.00 a gallon, unemployment is down, jobs are up, the stock market is around 17,000 and setting new record highs all the time, the GDP is good and getting better, but O'Reilly ignores it all and reports on Ebola every night over 3 cases, and 2 have already been cured, that O'Reilly also did not report.
Under Bush Democrats complained about how bad a President he was and O'Reilly slammed them, claiming they were nothing but un-American pertisan hacks who should support the President and shut up. And Bush really was a bad President, his policies crashed the entire economy, and the housing market, and the banks, so it was justified. Under Obama everything has got better, but O'Reilly ignores it. Now he is doing the very same thing to Obama, but it's suddenly ok now, because O'Reilly said so, what a massive hypocrite.
Then Juan Williams and Mary K. Ham were on to critique the Talking Points Memo.
Williams focused on the illegal alien issue, saying this: "In the Hispanic community, they think Obama is the deporter-in-chief because he has been deporting people at record levels. This guy was convicted and deported twice. And the United States is more engaged with Ebola than everybody else!"
Ham said this: "You have to have trust in the federal government to fix a system. But people say the federal government can't fix problems, so states like New Jersey and New York step in and come up with ways to deal with Ebola. Doesn't it feel like the White House is spending more energy fighting New Jersey and New York than they did coming up with the original plan?"
Then Karl Rove was on to talk about the elections, and of course no Democratic guest was on for balance, just the biased and dishonest Rove was on to promote Republicans and put his spin on it.
Rove said this: "In the most competitive races, Republicans have moved up slightly in five states over the past week and went down slightly in two states."
Rove also talked about the New Hampshire race between Democratic incumbent Jeanne Shaheen and Republican challenger Scott Brown, saying this: "At the beginning of the month Scott Brown was down by 4% and now he's down by 2.2%, which is real movement. Shaheen was a reasonably effective governor, but then when she moved to the Senate she moved far left, which is why she's in a horse race. Scott Brown is our best closer."
Comment: While saying nothing about Republicans who have done worse, like Mitch McConnell, who has to pay people to go to his rallies and has gone down in the polls. I believe the Republicans will pick up a few seats, but not get the majority in the Senate, and even if they do, Obama will just veto anything they pass, and without 60 votes nothing will pass anyway.
Then Megyn Kelly was on to talk about Ebola, and a handful of states that have imposed mandatory quarantines on medical workers who are returning after treating Ebola patients in West Africa.
Kelly examined the legality of the quarantines, saying this: "From the very beginning of quarantines being imposed, people have tried to sue the government, saying their right to liberty prevents the government from doing this. But courts have always said the feds and the states can do it because the public's right to remain free from Ebola outweighs your right to not be quarantined for 21 days. This is all about public health and this is all the fault of Dr. Craig Spencer. He came back from helping Ebola patients and ran around New York City!"
Comment: Without saying how the great Chris Christie backed down from the 21 day quarantine when the nurse said she was going to sue him, and then he let her quarantine at her own house. She has no symptons, no fever or anything, so as of now the quarantine is just a precaution. Christie lied and said she was sick, when she was not, he got caught lying then backed down, but of course Megyn Kelly never said a word about that, and neither did O'Reilly.
Then Jesse Watters talked about some Americans who are big fans of zombies and the TV show "The Walking Dead."
"I do believe in zombies," one young man told Watters, "and while I wouldn't say I hope for a zombie apocalypse, I am ready for one."
Watters said this: "Critics will tell you, that people watch 'The Walking Dead' because Americans fear the country is out of control and that fear is manifested in these sub-human mutants who are trying to invade." Despite his own regular encounters with zombie-like Americans on the beaches and in the streets, Watters revealed that he is personally terrified of "The Walking Dead" and prefers "The Bachelorette."
Comment: What a joke, Watters is an idiot. People watch the Walking Dead because they like scary tv shows, it has nothing to do with the country being out of control, because it is not out of control. Only right-wing idiots like Watters and O'Reilly think it is, the country is doing fine and that is a fact. And in my opinion, people who think it is are nuts, just like the doomsday preppers.
And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: Read With Caution. Billy said this: "Most Internet sites lack credibility, integrity, and scruples, so always be skeptical of whatever you might see on websites, even those that are extremely popular."
Comment: That is both right and wrong, because it's not just internet websites you need to watch out for, it's O'Reilly and Fox News too. O'Reilly and Fox tell as many lies as some website do, and it's worse because they are on tv. There are also some good websites that tell the truth, but the people they report on do not like it because people like O'Reilly do not want you to know the truth.
40,000 Democratic Voter Registrations Vanished In Georgia
By: Steve - October 28, 2014 - 10:00am
And the Republican Secretary of State (Brian Kemp) will not even meet with the group who registered the new voters, what a shocker, not!
And of course Bill O'Reilly has not said a word about this story, but if it happened under a Democratic Secretary of State to people registered as Republicans O'Reilly would be outraged and all over it demanding answers. In fact, a few years ago when some Republican votes vanished in a Democratic county, O'Reilly reported it every day and called for the Feds to step in. But now he is silent.
Here is the story:
ATLANTA, GEORGIA -- A court could decide any day now whether tens of thousands of Georgia voters can cast a ballot this November, a choice that could sway the outcome of the state's neck-and-neck races for Governor and Senator.
Earlier this year, organizers fanned out across nearly every one of Georgia's 159 counties and registered nearly 90 thousand people who have never voted in their lives, most of them people of color, many of them under 25 years old. But when the groups checked back in late August, comparing their registration database to the state's public one, they noticed about 50,000 of the registrations had vanished, nearly all of them belonging to people of color in the Democratic-leaning regions around Atlanta, Savannah and Columbus.
Georgia's state minority leader Stacy Abrams (D), whose group The New Georgia Project led the massive registration drive in March and April, said that what happened after the registrations vanished was "deeply disturbing."
"We asked the Republican Secretary of State to meet with us. We wanted to understand if we were doing something wrong, or if there was another database we didn't have access to. But he refused to meet with us," she said.
Joined by the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and the Georgia NAACP, the organizers asked twice more for a meeting about the missing registrations. When early voting began across the state and they still had not heard from the Secretary of State, the New Georgia Project took them to court.
In arguments on Friday, Francys Johnson, president of the Georgia NAACP, asked Fulton County Superior Court Judge Christopher Brasher to compel the state to process every valid registration.
"In 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, we were only able to know there were problems when it was too late, when people started showing up to the polls and they were not on the voter rolls, and folks were already disenfranchised," Johnson said.
"We must catch that disenfranchisement before it takes place." Lawyers for Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp and three counties who are also the target of the suit countered that state law sets no deadlines for processing voter registrations, and emphasized that any voter unsure of their registration status can always cast a provisional ballot.
Those who do so must return within three days to present additional documentation or otherwise cure any problem with the system. But the NAACP and New Georgia Project called this remedy "unacceptable."
"I cannot tell you what little return we actually see in terms of provisional ballots," Johnson said. "The election is decided the night of the election. It's not really a ballot at all."
Even if every one of the registrations in limbo does get processed and added to the voter rolls by Election Day, Johnson says the uncertainty has still been "problematic."
Because the 40,000-odd voters have not yet received their registration cards in the mail that tells them which precinct they're assigned to, "this ambiguity may discourage people from going to out to vote, and those who do go won't know where to go, and they'll be shuffled around from polling place to polling place."
Amidst the chaos, the Secretary of State publicly accused the New Georgia Project in September of submitting fraudulent registration forms. A subsequent investigation found just 25 confirmed forgeries out of more than 85,000 forms -- a fraud rate of about 3/100ths of 1 percent.
Abrams explained that all other third party registration groups must submit every form they get no matter if it's incomplete or forged. She characterized the subpoena and accusations as an attempt to intimidate and discredit her efforts.
"If you accuse people of fraud, the public will believe there is fraud, just like if you yell 'fire,' people run," she said. "The problem is, if there is no fire, you're causing damage, and if there is no fraud, you've damaged reputations."
Dr. Francys Johnson agreed, but the accusations have not worked as the state may have intended. "If they thought it would have a chilling effect on voter registration efforts, they were mistaken. It has emboldened our efforts. It has awakened the consciousness of people that the right to vote is still precariously endangered."
The legal battle comes at a pivotal time for the state of Georgia. The state's African-American, Latino, Asian and Native American populations have grown extensively, as has their share of the electorate. The growth is dramatic enough that many political analysts predict the state's political identity could swing from red to blue over the next few years.
At the same time these changes were taking place, the state enacted measures courts have found to disproportionately impact voters of color. In 2006, Georgia enacted a strict voter ID law. Five years later the state cut the number of days of early voting. In 2012, the Secretary of State purged thousands of voters from the rolls a few months before the presidential election.
Just last month, the same Secretary of State lamented before an audience of Republican activists that the registration of more voters of color would mean a win for Democrats.
Abrams said she launched the registration effort to make sure the officials in local, state and national office actually represented the people of the state. "We are facing a new Georgia: demographically, politically, economically, and socially," she said.
"We should all be engaged in a process to bring them into the civic conversation. It is dangerous, no matter your party, to have large swaths of your population disengaged and disaffected."
A ruling from Judge Brasher could come at any time, and based on his remarks during Friday's hearing, Abrams says she is not optimistic for a ruling in her favor. The New Georgia Project can appeal, but with the election less than two weeks away, the window is getting narrow for forcing the state to process the registrations.
Even as she vowed to continue reaching out over the coming years to the hundreds of thousands of remaining unregistered voters in Georgia, Abrams said her deepest fear is that many of the newly registered young voters will by turned off voting for life if they can't cast a regular ballot this November.
"Fast-forward ten years, and you'll have a majority-minority population that has even less power than it has right now, because they'll have become so disengaged," she warned. "And the people with power will solidify that power and put up barriers to any possible change."
One concrete way this could happen is the next time the state revises its voting maps, in 2020. The governor elected in 2018 will have the final say on those maps, which could be gerrymandered to benefit one political party for many years to come.
Facts On Putting A Fence On The US/Mexico Border
By: Steve - October 27, 2014 - 10:00am
Bill O'Reilly and almost all his right-wing friends keep saying we need to secure the border with a fence, and of course it is a bad idea, but they never have any actual experts on to say why it's a bad idea. Because then they would be proven to be fools, and they sure do not want to do that.
So I am going to publish an article about a fence on the border, from an actual security expert, who btw, O'Reilly has never had on the Factor as a guest to discuss it. Because he would destroy the dumb idea from O'Reilly to put a fence on the border.
And he was also appointed by George W. Bush, so O'Reilly can not say he is some biased liberal who does not want a fence, he is a Republican who is opposed to the fence.
First let me tell you who this expert is: W. Ralph Basham
-- President George W. Bush nominated Basham as Commissioner of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on January 30, 2006. Basham was confirmed by the United States Senate in May 2006. CBP is responsible for border security and trade, including the United States Border Patrol and inspecting persons and items entering the United States through its ports of entry.
-- William Ralph Basham has served at the head of four of the eight US Department of Homeland Security agencies, including as Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the largest federal security force in the United States government, director of the United States Secret Service, Director of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and as one of the first employees as Chief of Staff at the Transportation Security Administration.
-- Upon leaving government service in April 2009, Basham founded Command Consulting Group, a Washington, D.C.-based international advisory firm which provides security advisory services to government clients and works with companies with security related products and services to develop and market products to federal security agencies.
-- In October 2013, Basham was awarded the Founder's Medal for Lifetime Achievement by the Border Patrol Foundation.
So as you can see this guy is a real expert on the border, and a Republican, not some partisan cable tv hack O'Reilly usually has on to discuss it, this is what an actual expert says about a fence on the border. This is an article from Basham, published at usnews.com in October of 2011.
Why a Border Fence Wouldn't Work
By W. Ralph Basham
Building a physical fence along the entire border with Mexico was one of the dumbest ideas I heard when I was commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection. It is critical to recognize that fencing (even with barbed wire, electrification, and possibly a moat filled with alligators) is not a solution, it is only a tool.
There's a fundamental misunderstanding about what a physical barrier -- even the triple-layer fencing in San Diego -- actually does or doesn't do for the agency charged with building fencing and securing the border. All it really does is buy you time where a crosser could otherwise quickly escape or assimilate.
None of the fencing is impenetrable. People will eventually dig under it or cut through it or go over it, but it gives you enough time to respond and apprehend them. Some fencing makes sense tactically in areas selected by the Border Patrol, as where we deployed some 700 miles of it under my tenure, and in many of those areas it has been a tool to provide permanent impedance to deter and slow illegal entries on foot or by vehicle.
As we learned, fencing in poor soil, flood plains or sand dunes can also be more expensive than effective, in some places because of terrain challenges we decided spending more than $6 million per mile for specialized fence was not the most effective use of resources to better secure that area of border and opted for more agents and technology there instead.
In areas dozens of miles from paved roads where we have time to respond to incursions or where we have natural obstacles of mountains and water that already slow, deter or reroute traffic we don't need fence at all.
Any successful strategy must rely more heavily on highly trained, dedicated law enforcement officers and better technology tools, key components of the approach we began in the last administration.
Since 2001, we have more than doubled the Border Patrol, deployed highly capable manned aircraft and Unmanned Aerial Systems including the Predator aircraft, and installed fixed and mobile surveillance systems. And, the Department of Homeland Security is in the process of developing its plans to deploy additional technology capabilities along key areas of the border to enhance the effectiveness of these agents.
That strategy is working more than a fence alone would, the volume of illegal crossings on the Southwest border is down dramatically from a peak 1.6 million apprehensions in fiscal year 2000 to only about 350,000 apprehensions in 2011.
While the threat of violence by drug organizations is real, average violent crime rates in cities along the U.S.-Mexico border are lower than in comparable cities elsewhere in the U.S. Despite the drug violence that has claimed thousands of lives in its sister city to the south, Ciudad Juarez, El Paso recorded only 5 murders in 2010.
As debate continues about how to best ensure our national security it is important to identify the real threats and develop realistic solutions. In the face of constrained budgets, spending billions on unnecessary fences is not viable.
If the symbol of the fence in political campaigns keeps us talking about remaining border security challenges and new and creative approaches that will build on the progress to date then it's not all bad.
But if it deceives the public into believing in 2,000 miles of wall as a magic solution to the hard problems of three decades of uncontrolled immigration, the only thing being fenced is our common sense.
Those are facts about a border fence, from a Republican expert on it. But of course O'Reilly never reports any of it, and never has Mr. Basham on his show to discuss it, because he is informed and he would tell O'Reilly what a dumb idea a 2,000 mile border fence would be. Instead O'Reilly wants his viewers to believe in his idea that a fence would secure the border, which it wont.
Not only would it not secure the border, it is not needed in most areas, and it would cost a fortune to build it, money we do not have btw. O'Reilly even admits we are broke, and yet he wants a war with ISIS and a 2,000 mile border fence that would not work and would cost billions and billions to build, without ever saying where we get the money to do it.
Where do we get that money O'Reilly?
Notice another fact O'Reilly never tells you, there were 1.6 million apprehensions in fiscal year 2000, but only 350,000 apprehensions in 2011.
This is proof that illegal immigration is dropping, not going up as O'Reilly claims. O'Reilly acts like illegal immigration is increasing and it is a crisis, but in reality it has been decreasing, and it goes down more almost every year.
There is no border crisis, and a lot of it is racial, O'Reilly and the right just do not want brown people crossing the border into America, even though they are only coming here to work, and to do a lot of jobs Americans will not do.
If you build a fence, they will just go over it, dig under it, drive around it, or fly over it. They will get here somehow, so it makes no sense to spend billions to build it, and billions more to maintain it, when it will not work.
They estimate it will cost about $6 million dollars a MILE, to build it. Then another $40 to $50 billion to maintain it over 20 years. All for nothing, because it will not work. It would be cheaper and more effective to do what Mr. Basham said, train more border patrol agents, and use other ways to protect the border.
Here is another fact O'Reilly will never report or admit, YOU WILL NEVER SECURE THE BORDER.
It is impossible to 100% secure the border, because it's just too long, and even if you built a wall 30,000 feet high they could still get in the country, by driving around it, flying over it, digging under it, etc.
More Proof O'Reilly Part Of The Right-Wing Propaganda Machine
By: Steve - October 26, 2014 - 10:00am
O'Reilly claims he is a non-partisan Independent and not part of the Republican party propaganda machine, while spewing out every right-wing lie and talking point they have. When you look at the actual evidence, it is clear that he is part of the Republican party propaganda machine, because he is always spinning out right-wing lies and supporting Republican policies.
He supports the biased and racist Republican party voter ID laws, that are not needed, because there is almost no actual voter fraud, they are simply meant to suppress the vote for people who vote for Democrats by making it harder for them to vote. O'Reilly also says racism is dead and there is no white privilege, even though the facts say the exact opposite.
And it's not just O'Reilly, Limbaugh, Hannity, the Wall Street Journal, almost everyone at Fox, and virtually every Republican in office all say it, O'Reilly repeats every single word they say on it. He sounds exactly like Limbaugh and Hannity, word for word, and yet he says he is not a Republican, it's laughable and just ridiculous, and a 100% lie, because it is clear as a bell that he is a Republican.
As strict voter ID laws are put into effect ahead of the midterm elections, recent judicial opinions and social science studies continue to poke holes in the right-wing media's defense of voter suppression.
Here are some of their findings:
1. Voter ID Laws Have Repeatedly Been Found To Be Racially Discriminatory, And Race Influences Public Opinion On The Need For ID
2. Voter ID Laws Require Photo ID That Is Not Needed For "Everyday Tasks"
3. Supreme Court Decision On Voter ID Law In Indiana Doesn't Mean All Voter ID Laws Are Acceptable
4. Federal Report Found Decreased Turnout Among People Of Color Was Attributable To Voter ID Laws
And yet, here are some things Republican say about it:
Rush Limbaugh: The "Real Reason" Democrats Object To Voter ID "Is So They Can Cheat."
On his October 22nd radio show, Rush Limbaugh claimed that President Obama's recent comments encouraging voting among those who are not affected by strict voter ID laws undercut accusations that these laws are discriminatory. Limbaugh said the reasoning of those who say voter ID "will prevent minorities from voting" is "absurd." [The Rush Limbaugh Show, 10/22/14,]
Notice that Limbaugh offers no data on how widespread documented actual voter fraud really is. In Massachusetts, for example, there has been no documented voter fraud in decades, only the fears of people like Limbaugh, O'Reilly, Hannity, etc.
WSJ's Jason Riley: Obama Administration's Opposition To Voter ID Is An "Overt Racial Appeal To Get Out The Base."
In a segment on the October 20th edition of Fox News Special Report with Bret Baier, Wall Street Journal opinion editor Jason Riley complained that "the voter ID stuff the Obama administration is talking about constantly, as if there's some sort of Republican conspiracy out there to deny blacks the franchise" was nothing more than a political ploy on the part of the administration to gin up Democratic support in the midterm elections. [Fox News, Special Report with Bret Baier, 10/20/14]
Bill O'Reilly: "Laws And High-Level Decisions Are Not Based On Skin Color Anymore."
On the October 21st edition of Fox News The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly insisted that modern laws are no longer rooted in racism and that Democrats are playing "the race card" in an effort "to drive African-Americans to the polls." [Fox News, The O'Reilly Factor, 10/21/14]
And now some facts, there is no documented evidence that voter fraud does exist. Voter ID laws would likewise prove nothing; they'd just prevent blocs of people from voting but would provide no evidence of voter fraud, or the lack of it. Voter ID is a "solution" to a problem with no documented evidence of the problem even existing. It's a "solution" borne of fear - an emotional response, not a rational one - and partisan politics.
The Washington Post published an article by Prof. Justin Levitt of Loyola University Law School about a study he did compiling every case of in person voter fraud that are the only kind of fraud Voter ID laws can stop.
To say he was underwhelmed by the results is an understatement:
LEVITT: "I've been tracking allegations of fraud for years now, including the fraud ID laws are designed to stop. In 2008, when the Supreme Court weighed in on voter ID, I looked at every single allegation put before the Court. And since then, I've been following reports wherever they crop up.
To be clear, I'm not just talking about prosecutions. I track any specific, credible allegation that someone may have pretended to be someone else at the polls, in any way that an ID law could fix.
So far, I've found about 31 different incidents (some of which involve multiple ballots) since 2000, anywhere in the country. That's 31 documented voter fraud cases in 14 years.
To put this in perspective, the 31 incidents come in the context of general, primary, special, and municipal elections from 2000 through 2014. In general and primary elections alone, more than 1 billion ballots were cast in that period.
O'Reilly says court rulings and laws are not based on skin color anymore, but the facts say different, he just ignores those facts because he does not like what they show.
Brennan Center's Andrew Cohen: "Mountains Of Evidence" Led To Federal Court Ruling That Texas Voter ID Law Was Discriminatory.
Writing in the Los Angeles Times, Andrew Cohen, a contributing editor at The Atlantic and a legal fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice, noted that federal courts have twice found Texas voter ID laws to be racially discriminatory, both in intent and effect.
Although it will be implemented for the midterm elections, Cohen pointed out that the evidence relied on by the courts that found this law violated the Voting Rights Act.
O'Reilly just ignores that, and acts like it never happened, in his world if he does not report it then it never happened. He ignores it and then tells you lies, even though he knows he is lying, and he knows about the court rulings, he fails to report it and then lies to you that it has nothing to do with racism or suppressing the vote among minorities who mostly vote for Democrats, even though he knows he is wrong and lying about it.
Chris Christie even slipped up and admitted it was a scam, he seemed pretty up front about it when he said the GOP has to "control the voting mechanism" in key states for the 2016 election.
In Pennsylvania, a Republican party official said that voter ID laws would deliver the state to Mitt Romney.
Not to mention this: The Constitution, as in the 24th amendment which prohibits poll taxes, aka paying to vote. So if you have to pay to get an ID to vote, that is a poll tax, which is a violation of the Constitution, the very same Constitution O'Reilly, Limbaugh, and Hannity claim to support, except they overlook it when they support laws that violate the Constitution.
Imagine that you are finally old enough to vote in your first election. But, do you have enough money? Money, to vote? Not long ago, citizens in some states had to pay a fee to vote in a national election. This fee was called a poll tax. On January 23, 1964, the United States ratified the 24th Amendment to the Constitution, prohibiting any poll tax in elections for federal officials.
Now ask yourself this, have you ever heard O'Reilly mention the 24th amendment to the Constitution, or talked about what a poll tax is, and the answer would be no, not ever, not once. Because then he would expose himself as a biased fraud who supports Republican passed voter ID laws that violate the Constitution, the very same Constitution he claims to go by.
The Friday 10-24-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - October 25, 2014 - 11:00am
The TPM was called: Why the Federal Government is Putting All Americans in Danger. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: From the very beginning, the Obama administration has screwed up the Ebola situation. On April 1, the organization Doctors Without Borders warned that the Ebola contagion was 'unprecedented.' On that day, the Obama administration should have begun formulating a strategy to deal with West Africans coming to the USA from the Ebola regions.Comment: O'Reilly is insane, not only is he crazy to say the Government is putting us all in danger, the name of the TPM is ridiculous, because 3 cases of Ebola is not putting us in danger. O'Reilly is out of his mind and nothing but a right-wing fearmonger about it, get back to me when we have 10,000 cases of Ebola and it is an actual problem, I will bet the farm that never ever happens.
And btw folks, the Obama administration is just doing what the medical experts tell him to do, so if anyone is to blame for anything O'Reilly should be blaming them, instead he blames Obama, when all he is doing is what the medical experts say he should do.
Then O'Reilly had two doctors (Dr. Martin Makary & Dr. Ian Lipkin) on, who both disagreed with him and called him a fearmonger, and of course he told them they were wrong, even though he is not a doctor and not a medical expert. Hey O'Reilly you idiot, why did you have two doctors on if you were going to disagree with them, it makes you look like a fool.
Makary told the insane O'Reilly that we do not have a public health crisis in the U.S., but we instead have a media crisis causing hysteria over a disease that is not very contagious.
O'Reilly said that it's the federal government's job to prevent an epidemic and to prevent hysteria. He also maintained voluntary reporting of the disease or its symptoms, which the New York Times is advocating, is impossible.
Lipkin denied that Dr. Craig Spencer, the infected NYC physician, acted irresponsibly, as he monitored himself and turned himself in for treatment once he developed a fever.
Comment: Lipkin also pointed out that Spencer had no signs of Ebola so there was no reason for him to be quarantined, and once he showed some symptons of Ebola he turned himself in and then he was quarantined. This is what happens, and btw, the other two people who got Ebola were treated and now they are fine and the Ebola is gone. Funny how O'Reilly never mentions that.
Even with all that in mind O'Reilly still believes it would have been wiser for him to stay away from everyone for 21 days - or for the government to compel him to do so.
Dr. Lipkin said this isn't a practical solution with 150 people coming back to NYC alone from that part of the world every day. In O'Reilly's opinion, we shouldn't be allowing any of these people into the country for a little while to protect the public health.
Comment: Think about this, O'Reilly is not a doctor or a medical expert, so nobody should listen to him about any medical situations.
Then Geraldo was on to talk about the New York City hatchet attack, a man with a hatchet attacked four police officers, before being shot down by the cops. One of the men was badly injured and remains in stable condition. Investigators are looking into a motive. O'Reilly asked if Muslim extremism is at play?
Comment: This is just laughable, it was not terrorism and to even ask if it was is insanity. ONE lunatic attacked some cops with a hatchet, plain and simple, that is not terrorism, and it's not even close. O'Reilly even called it terror chaos, which is beyond laughable, one guy with an ax is not terrorism, let alone terror chaos.
Geraldo described the man as an ex-con with a violent past who converted to Islam late in life. He reported the man was prone to ranting about the oppressive west. Geraldo deemed this attack was committed by a self-starter, lone wolf who wants to give some justification to his violent tendencies.
Comment: In other words, he was a nut who had violent tendencies, case closed.
Then Pastor Robert Jeffress was on to talk about Muslims and terrorism.
Jeffress noted the majority of Muslims aren't terrorists, but he pointed out that Muhammad was a man of violence so when terrorists engage in these acts, they're following the example of their spiritual leader. He said President Obama has a responsibility, which is different than our individual responsibility. He cited Romans 13, which says that government is an avenger that should be chasing down evil doers.
O'Reilly asked, as Christians, if we are supposed to embrace our Muslim brothers and sisters. Jeffress reasoned that we should be trying to introduce them to the teachings of Jesus Christ. Finally, O'Reilly reminded viewers that the American Muslim community here has been largely peaceful since 9/11.
Then Greg Gutfeld & Bernard McGuirk were on, they talked about a group out of Ohio who has released a video of young girls, some as young as six, cursing like crazy. The point they make: cursing isn't offensive, what's really offensive is oppression against women in the U.S.
O'Reilly (the genius) said this was done purely for shock value, with one of the mothers admitting she let her child say terrible words to get attention for a cause.
Gutfeld suggested this isn't about sexual abuse or oppression - it's about lousy parents using their kids to sell t-shirts. The Factor explained the fallacy here: this cause doesn't need this sort of attention because everybody knows sexual abuse and the oppression of women are bad things. In McGuirk's mind, everyone involved in this video should be arrested for child abuse.
Onto the subject of Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts who is positioning herself to the left of Hillary Clinton. She was asked by an interviewer how she was treated in Congress as a woman. She claimed her male colleagues treat her differently but refused to elaborate.
McGuirk shot down the discrimination complaint, insisting that men and women are different. The Factor mentioned Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York recently writing that her male colleagues comment on her appearance. Gutfeld alluded to Warren's history of relying on her identity (first as a Native American and now as a woman) rather than her achievement.
Comment: In other words, these two Republican men think Warren and Gillibrand should just be quiet and accept the sexual comments like Republican men say they should. Even though sexual harassment and discrimination are illegal. And they wonder why a lot of women do not vote Republican, duh!
And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day that was once again not a tip, just O'Reilly promoting some movie he thinks everyone should see.
Rove Caught Lying About Obamacare Poll Numbers
By: Steve - October 25, 2014 - 10:00am
And of course O'Reilly never says a word about it, while he continues to use him as a regular and political expert on his show. Not to mention, when he has Rove on he never discloses that Rove is spending millions of dollars to get Republicans elected with his PAC money, while discussing and promoting those very same candidates that are getting his PAC money.
Fox News contributor and Republican strategist Karl Rove was caught lying about some Gallup poll data on the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) in order to attack health care reform as a liability for Democrats in the 2014 midterm elections.
When in fact, the Gallup poll Rove cited found that the majority of respondents said the ACA has had no effect on them or their families, and 16 percent of respondents said the law helped them.
In his October 22nd Wall Street Journal column, Rove claimed that the ACA "is re-emerging as a major liability for the Democratic Senate" heading into the November 4 elections.
Citing an October 2nd poll by Gallup, Rove alleged that 54 percent of Americans "said the Affordable Care Act had hurt them and their families, compared to 27% who said it had helped them."
But according to Gallup, a majority of Americans (54 percent) believe that Obamacare has "had no effect" on them or their families, and another 16 percent believed that the ACA has helped.
Rove also used his platform to misleadingly stoke fears about higher premiums and insurance cancellations in Colorado -- a state his political action committee (PAC), American Crossroads has invested nearly $500,000 in negative advertisements against incumbent Colorado Sen. Mark Udall (D).
And though the Journal disclosed his affiliation with American Crossroads, it did not disclose his affiliation with Crossroads GPS, a PAC that has invested more than $8.6 million attacking Sen. Udall according to Open Secrets.
In reality, Colorado has benefited greatly from health care reform. According to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, Colorado's uninsured rate fell from 17.0 percent in 2013 to 11.0 percent by mid-2014.
The state's success in expanding health insurance coverage actually beats the national average, which fell from 18.0 in the third quarter of 2013 to just 13.4 percent a year later.
And btw, here is another thing O'Reilly and Rove never tell you. When you ask people if they like the new health care plans they have now, most people say yes, the people that say they do not like Obamacare like it when you call it something else. That's because of all the propaganda O'Reilly and Fox News put out about Obamacare, when you just ask them if they like their new health care they say yes.
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