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Jon Stewart Shows How Republicans Love The Far-Right Donald Trump
By: Steve - August 3, 2015 - 10:00am

I am now convinced that Donald Trump is the perfect Republican candidate.

I love watching Trump say all these ignorant, bigoted and disgusting things, only to continue his rise in the polls with the Republican voters. And as far as people like O'Reilly saying the party is not filled with far-right racists, etc. it is very difficult to claim your party isn't pandering to some of the worst aspects of our society when someone can call Mexican immigrants rapists and mock a war veteran, then increase his poll numbers in the Republican primary.

Jon Stewart talked about it Thursday when he hammered the Republicans for being exposed by Trump's continued ridiculousness. He started off by playing several clips of RNC chairman Reince Priebus declaring that the Republican party had to change the belief held by many that the GOP is out of touch, narrow-minded, racist, sexist and basically only panders to rich, old white guys.

That they found out from a study they paid for, and yet they have ignored it in favor of pandering even more to their extreme far-right base. Basically, they paid for a study, it showed they are seen as the old rich racist white guy party that is not friendly to blacks, latinos, or women. Then they ignored their own study, and went even farther to the right, which is the opposite of what their own study said they should do.

Enter Donald Trump, the overwhelming GOP front-runner for president. Yes, after the chairman of the Republican party repeatedly declared over the last couple of years that Republicans had to change the image of the party that alienates Latinos, minorities and women -- mostly just catering to old, rich white guys -- an old rich white guy who's a sexist and recently called most Mexican immigrants rapists is the party's leading presidential candidate.

You can't make this stuff up. "Yes, the living embodiment of everything Republicans were trying to exorcise from their party, just escalated down on their parade," Stewart said. Stewart then shifted his focus on how some of the GOP's biggest donors are becoming increasingly worried about Trump's growing popularity among Republican voters.

"This Trump guy is a rich, crazy, egotistical monster," Stewart said. "People like him are supposed to buy the candidates, not be them. In our system of government, one branch has the money, and the other branch does what the branch with the money tells them to do."

Stewart then went on to basically say what I said a couple of weeks ago. That is, it's not an image problem the Republican party is suffering -- it's their voters.

O'Reilly and his republican friends can try to spin this however they want, but the fact remains that it's conservative voters who are finding what Trump is saying as a representation of what they believe. So, it's not that the Republican party has just been saddled with a perception issue as it pertains to being a party of intolerance to minorities and women, it's that those are the actual values and beliefs many of their voters have.

In other words, the GOP's own voters are confirming what liberals have been saying for years, that the Republican party is supported by people who are anti-immigrant, anti-women, racists, and the party itself mostly caters to rich, old white guys.

This isn't the so-called "liberal media spinning the news," as O'Reilly and the conservatives often like to claim. These are actual poll numbers saying that, out of the 17 candidates, the one who called Mexican immigrants rapists, insulted a war veteran and called a woman who was breast-feeding disgusting is the candidate who best represents the values of the majority of conservatives.

And O'Reilly never says a word about this, because he knows it is true and he ignores it because it makes him and the Republican party look bad. He never talks about it, and he never will, which is even more proof he is a biased right-wing hack who supports his good friend Donald Trump 100 percent.

BlackLivesMatter Co-Founder Slams O'Reilly For Propaganda About Them
By: Steve - August 2, 2015 - 11:00am

One of the co-founders of the #BlackLivesMatter network spoke to Marc Lamont Hill Wednesday about Bill O'Reilly's accusation that the group is a George Soros-funded collection of "fringe nuts who run around the country saying crazy things."

"I watched it and was mortified," Patrisse Cullors said. "What's unfortunate about Bill O'Reilly is that it's pundits like him that fuel anti-black racism. It's pundits like him that allow for folks like Dylann Roof to get more ammunition."

"I think we need to hold him accountable," she added, because "on the one hand we can laugh about it, but on the other hand folks are really watching that and taking that as real news."

And she is right, but of course on his Thursday night show O'Reilly responded with she is a loon, without ever disproving anything she said about him, all he did was call her a loon, with no actual answer to dispute her claims.

Cullors also disputed O'Reilly's claim that her group is a bunch of fringe nuts only supported by "the radical left," saying #BlackLivesMatter "has 26 chapters across the country ranging from young folks to older folks. People who have been in the movement for decades, and some people who just joined.

As to whether the group is merely another front for the conservative O'Reilly's favorite cartoon villain, George Soros, Cullors said that "we aren't a front group for another organization. This is a grassroots effort."

She explicitly denied receiving any money from Soros. And O'Reilly has no proof she has, but he reported that she has anyway, even though he claims to only deal in the facts.

"The network isn't receiving any contributions from Soros," she said. "Possibly the larger movement is -- there's lots of folks in #BlackLivesMatter! The problem is that everybody conflates the network with the movement."

"There's a broader movement and there's a larger system, and then there's the network," she concluded. "We have not received money from Soros. We have received our money from Jay-Z and Beyonce."

So once again O'Reilly plays fast and loose with the facts, while claiming to only deal in facts. Then after he is called out for his anti-black propaganda, the best he can do is try to smear them as a far-left group funded by Soros, and call her a loon. While never once actually talking about the claims she made about him.

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By: Steve - August 2, 2015 - 10:00am

Proof The NRA & Republicans Lie That More Guns Keep Us Safer
By: Steve - August 1, 2015 - 10:00am

First let me say this, I am a 2nd amendment guy and I used to actually be a member of the NRA many years ago, so I support gun rights and the 2nd amendment 100 percent. In fact, I am a little of a gun nut myself, I love guns and love to shoot them. I have owned guns all my life, including now, I currently own a .380 ACP semi-auto handgun, but it is for target shooting and home defense only. I do not carry it on me or in my truck.

Now let's talk about some facts, studies show that more guns do not make us safer. After the Lafayette, Louisiana movie theater shooting, gun fanatics have been very quick to claim that this shooting happened because the Grand 16 theater is a "gun-free zone." Which is ridiculous, because shootings happen in gun zones all the time, even on a military base.

By their logic, if a "good guy with a gun" was allowed to carry their weapon into that evening's showing of the movie Trainwreck, this tragedy would have been avoided. This is a tired old talking point that they use over and over again to state that we need to allow everyone to have guns everywhere while they also accuse anyone who proposes sensible regulations and training requirements of trying to ban guns altogether.

If everyone had guns it would be chaos, especially in a dark movie theater. What they should do is have an armed and trained professional security person in each theater, not a bunch of armed and possibly drunk or stoned untrained citizens with guns.

Claiming that "gun-free zones" do not prevent lunatics from shooting up a school or business while deflecting from the loose gun laws in places like Louisiana is a favorite tactic of gun fanatics. In their minds, all of these incidents could have been avoided if guns were allowed, because more weapons seem to magically solve every problem in the world.

As I have said before, I am a gun owner, but I do not operate under the assumption that I am a trained professional or that carrying a weapon automatically qualifies me to do anything other than protect myself as a last resort.

The problem is that too many people think that they are professionals, even though they have little (if any) training in the use of a weapon, let alone the legal consequences that follow a shooting -- even when it is in self-defense. In other words, we have a lot of untrained people who have been led to believe by gun lobby experts that more guns make us safer, and that simply owning a gun makes them some kind of expert.

Let's look at the fact that young drivers have the highest rate of accidents and fatalities due to a lack of experience operating a vehicle, even though they have undergone classroom instruction and behind the wheel training in order to receive their license to drive. Now can you imagine what would happen with an untrained individual attempting to engage a deranged shooter in a dark, crowded theater?

How about 15 untrained people with guns trying to determine who the good guy with a gun is and who is the person they're trying to take out, all while chaos reigns in that confined and dark theater?

I hate to break it to all the wannabe John Wayne's out there, but even highly-trained police still manage to end up killing innocent bystanders from time to time, so imagine the potential bloodbath that could occur with multiple wannabe Wyatt Earps in a dark movie theater.

A study from Mount St. Mary's University prepared for the National Gun Victims Action Council shows again that the NRA's propaganda about more guns making us safer is false.

From the Washington Post: The study found that proper training and education are key to successfully using a firearm in self-defense: "carrying a gun in public does not provide self-defense unless the carrier is properly trained and maintains their skill level," the authors wrote in a statement.

They recruited 77 volunteers with varying levels of firearm experience and training, and had each of them participate in simulations of three different scenarios using the firearms training simulator at the Prince George's County Police Department in Maryland. The first scenario involved a carjacking, the second an armed robbery in a convenience store, and the third a case of suspected larceny.

They found that, unsurprisingly, people without firearms training performed poorly in the scenarios. They didn't take cover. They didn't attempt to issue commands to their assailants. Their trigger fingers were either too itchy -- they shot innocent bystanders or unarmed people, or not itchy enough -- they didn't shoot armed assailants until they were already being shot at.

The video from the study shows that untrained people do not live up to the slogan "the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun" that the NRA likes to promote in order to market guns.

In fact, every issue of American Rifleman has a collection of stories in the front pages of their magazine as well as on their website called The Armed Citizen. These isolated anecdotes are used to hype up how private citizens with guns save lives and stop crime, but as this study shows, those people are the exception to the rule instead of the norm.

Now here is the part that shows how morally bankrupt the NRA is. The NRA does have a series of training classes which are offered across the country by NRA-certified instructors. Some of these classes are required in many states in order to be able to carry a concealed handgun and/or open carry.

So looking at these videos, why wouldn't the NRA promote these courses and push for gun owners to be more proficient with their weapons so that they are better able to respond in life or death situations?

I think the answer is that if people needed to take courses in order to own and carry handguns, they would be less likely to purchase a handgun, thereby depriving the gun manufacturers that advertise with the NRA of sales revenue.

In other words, the NRA can say they care about gun safety, but it's clear they care far more about making money, and they will keep on promoting their false and dangerous message to keep the cash flowing in.

Anti-Immigrant Stooge Caught Lying On Fox About Immigrant Population
By: Steve - July 31, 2015 - 11:00am

Fox news put a far-right anti-immigrant stooge on the air, who then lied about the immigrant population, and nobody at Fox even pointed out he was wrong, because they do not care about the truth, and they support liars saying it, because they are also anti-immigrant.

Fox hosted Dennis Michael Lynch, a discredited anti-immigrant filmmaker, to push the lie that there are 30 million undocumented immigrants in the United States. Even though recent research shows the actual number is 11.3 million -- which is about one-third of Lynch's claim and is actually down from previous years when Bush was the President.

Which is something else O'Reilly and Fox never mention, they never tell you that illegal immigration is down under Obama compared to Bush and that deportations are up from what Bush did.

On Fox, Lynch Claims His "Research" Shows "Closer To 30 Million" Undocumented Immigrants In The U.S.. On the July 28 edition of Fox & Friends, Lynch claimed that "there's no 11 million people in this country illegally ... the research that I've done shows more that it's closer to 30 million people illegally ... I know it's far more." [Fox News, Fox & Friends, 7/28/15]

Recent Report Shows There Are 11.3 Million Undocumented Immigrants In The U.S., And That Is Down From 2007 When Bush Was In Office.

A July 22nd report from the Pew Research Center noted that "an estimated 11.3 million unauthorized immigrants lived in the U.S. in 2014."

The undocumented immigrant population has decreased from the 2007 peak of 12.2 million, and has remained stable for five years, which "contrasts with past trends" of rising levels.

The unauthorized immigrant population had risen rapidly during the 1990s and early 2000s, from an estimated 3.5 million in 1990 to a peak of 12.2 million in 2007. It then dropped sharply during the Great Recession of 2007-09, mainly because of a decrease in immigration from Mexico, because of less work after the Bush recession.

The overall estimate has fluctuated little in recent years because the number of new unauthorized immigrants is roughly equal to the number who are deported, leave the U.S. on their own, convert to legal status, or (in a small number of cases) die, according to the Pew Research analysis.

The new unauthorized immigrant total includes people who cross the border illegally as well as those who arrive with legal visas and remain in the U.S. after their visas expire.

And btw, This Guy Lynch Has A History Of Pushing Discredited Anti-Immigrant Myths. But Fox keeps putting him on the air and letting him lie, they know he is a liar and yet they never correct him or disclose that he is biased against immigrants and his facts are wrong.

Cop Arrests Old Black Man For Using A Golf Club As A Cane
By: Steve - July 31, 2015 - 10:00am

Notice that you never see any of this stuff reported on the O'Reilly Factor, as O'Reilly claims racism is not a big problem in America anymore. And btw folks, this kind of thing happens almost every day somewhere in the country, and this is just what we know about, I would bet 80% of it is never reported because of fear the cops will get revenge on them.

William Wingate, a 70-year-old retired military veteran was arrested in July of last year. What was his crime? Using his golf club as a walking stick while being black, of course. Officer Cynthia Whitlatch was caught lying on video when she said Mr. Wingate threatened her with his club. And think about this, she has been on the force for 17 years. How many times has she done this before?

Here is the actual video:

Mr. William Wingate is a fine upstanding, law-abiding citizen. Before he was arrested, he was on his way to deliver newspapers for the church. He served his country, drove a Metro bus for 35 years and volunteered in his community. He has walked that route with that golf club for years.

To say that Officer Whitlatch acted aggressively and without regard for his hearing and obvious confusion is an understatement. Not only did she arrest him, they held him for 25 hours. The first eight of those hours they would not even let him have any water.

Rest assured though, the city tried to make it all better. In January, they issued an apology and gave him his cane back! Thankfully Officer Whitlatch has been fired from her job. It's about time they were made into an example. My guess is she will be working at the nearest DMV over asserting her small bit of power any day now.

Mr. Wingate may have the last say in this matter though. He has filed a lawsuit to the tune of $750,000. You can clearly hear Mr. Wingate asking her to call a superior. The lawsuit states Wingate:

"…responded that she should call for backup because he had done nothing wrong."

This is just another all too common way the bad cops out there are creating a wedge in the communities that the good cops have to patrol too. I know there are good cops, and I know they know who the bad cops are. Please get rid of them!

I will support every good cop that demands the bad cops be held accountable. The community will welcome cops that protect and serve, but admitting there is a problem is the first step.

No matter who you are, you cannot watch this video and not see the cop was way out of line. She has no right being around the citizens in any position of authority. Period. Finally the right thing was done. Now lets get the rest of the bad apples out of the police forces in the country.

Donald Trump Would Add Sarah Palin To His Cabinet If Elected
By: Steve - July 30, 2015 - 11:00am

Donald Trump is now threatening America with a promise to put Sarah Palin in his cabinet if he is elected president. Which proves he is a total right-wing fool, because Palin is the dumbest woman in Politics, and I would not vote for her to be my garbage man.

According to Politico, Trump said that he would put Palin his cabinet or seek her advice:

"She's really somebody who knows what's happening. She's a special person. She's really a special person. And I think people know that and she's got a following that's unbelievable," he continued.

"I'm looking at some of these candidates, they're weak, they're ineffective and to a degree that's almost hard to believe. And, you know, they like the Sarah Palin kind of strength. You just don't see very much of it anymore," Trump said.

Now think about this, Sarah Palin is the very same person who said she has foreign policy experience because she lives close to Russia, I kid you not, she actually said that, which could be the dumbest statement ever made in the history of Politics.

Trump also said that Palin has come up in his interactions on the campaign trail. "I've still got people saying, 'Oh, get Sarah's support, get Sarah's support.' No matter where I go, everybody loves her."

There are only two things that Sarah Palin has ever been good at, and they are failing and quitting. If America did not have enough of a reason to vote against Donald Trump, the idea of Palin serving in a presidential cabinet should be enough to scare voters away in droves.

The Trump circus is an out of control joke that has now added Sarah Palin as it's top clown. It's impossible to imagine Donald Trump's cabinet because this man is never going to be elected president. It is natural that two right-wing loons who have been playing Republicans for years with empty bluster and cartoonish behavior would team up to suck all of the oxygen out of the 2016 campaign.

Just when voters thought that the Republican primary could not get less intelligent, Sarah Palin and Donald Trump have teamed up to form the ultimate stupid Republican dream team.

Report Shows Some Republicans Admit Right-Wing Media Bad For Party
By: Steve - July 30, 2015 - 10:00am

Republican insiders are admitting that the right-wing media "is shaping the party's agenda in ways that are impeding Republicans ability to govern and to win presidential elections," according to a new Harvard report.

And of course Bill O'Reilly has never said a word about it, he has ignored the entire study, because he is part of the problem but will never admit it.

Jackie Calmes, a Joan Shorenstein fellow at Harvard's Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, spent nearly four months researching how the conservative media is increasingly influencing the Republican Party.

She found "unanimity among establishment Republicans -- many of them conservatives by the definition of anyone but purists -- that right-wing media has become a big problem for the party, and their readiness to talk about it, was something of a surprise to this reporter of three decades experience in Washington."

Since its founding in 2004, Media Matters has documented the increasingly extreme rhetoric and policy positions of conservative media. But party Republicans are now complaining that conservative commentators, many of whom are lining their pockets with big salaries, are making it difficult for Republicans to govern and win national elections.

Dave Schnittger, a longtime former top aide to House Republican leaders, told Calmes that the conservative media are loudest in opposing actions "that leaders have to get done as part of governing," such as meeting basic fiscal deadlines.

Another top Republican aide, who asked for anonymity, complained about the conservative media, saying this: "There's no money, ratings or clicks in everyone going along to get along." Calmes added, "Asked whether he could offer examples of legislative outcomes affected by conservative media, he said, 'Sure. All of 'em.'"

Does he worry more broadly then about the small-d democratic process? "'Yeah, absolutely. Because the loudest voices drown out the sensible ones and there's no real space to have serious discussions.'"

When it comes to national issues, some Republicans worry that the conservative media has pushed the party "far to the anti-government, anti-compromise ideological right." Republicans pointed to the conservative media being "on the wrong side of history" and at odds with public opinion on "gay rights, insurance for contraceptives, climate change, and budget policy."

They also complained that right-wing pundits like Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity have destroyed Republicans ability to help pass comprehensive immigration reform.

One Republican Senate aide claimed that it's "the conservative media pushing us to take these positions, these extremist positions. And of course there are those who are more than willing to take them because it gets them press. It's a vicious cycle: The shows want ratings -- they're a business. The members want publicity. So it's an unholy alliance."

The conservative media's influence on the Republican Party has become a key story during the 2016 presidential primary season. Fox News has an unprecedented media role in the process, as it is hosting the first Republican debate and using polling to cap the number of debate participants at 10.

Candidates competing to get into the debates are now frequently appearing on the network's airwaves, and their allies are spending big money on advertising to reach Fox's conservative audience.

Perhaps one of the most disruptive forces in the primary, Donald Trump, has enjoyed a big relationship with Fox News. Fox has promoted Trump's antics so much that Fox News founder Rupert Murdoch has reportedly fought with chairman and CEO Roger Ailes over the channel's coverage of the divisive Republican candidate.

Obama Calls Out Trump & The Republicans For Their Crazy Statements
By: Steve - July 29, 2015 - 11:00am

Note to Bill O'Reilly, this is what you should be doing, this is what a non-biased journalist does, report on the loons for the people, Obama is calling out the nuts in the Republican party. This is what a real journalist does, and what you have failed at, because you are not a real journalist, you are a partisan right-wing hack. President Obama is doing your job, and you do not even report what he said.

Monday President Obama ripped the ridiculous Republican Party as being incapable of discussing serious issues. The President specifically called out Donald Trump, Mike Huckabee, and Ted Cruz during a press conference in Ethiopia.

Obama said this:
The particular comments of Mr. Huckabee are, I think, part of just a general pattern that we've seen that is -- would be considered ridiculous if it weren't so sad. We've had a sitting senator call John Kerry Pontius Pilate. We've had a sitting senator who also happens to be running for President suggest that I'm the leading state sponsor of terrorism.

These are leaders in the Republican Party. And part of what historically has made America great is, particularly when it comes to foreign policy, there's been a recognition that these issues are too serious, that issues of war and peace are of such grave concern and consequence that we don't play fast and loose that way. We have robust debates, we look at the facts, there are going to be disagreements. But we just don't fling out ad hominem attacks like that, because it doesn't help inform the American people.

I mean, this is a deal that has been endorsed by people like Brent Scowcroft and Sam Nunn -- right? -- historic Democratic and Republican leaders on arms control and on keeping America safe. And so when you get rhetoric like this, maybe it gets attention and maybe this is just an effort to push Mr. Trump out of the headlines, but it's not the kind of leadership that is needed for America right now. And I don't think that's what anybody -- Democratic, Republican, or independent -- is looking for out of their political leaders.

In fact, it's been interesting when you look at what's happened with Mr. Trump, when he's made some of the remarks that, for example, challenged the heroism of Mr. McCain, somebody who endured torture and conducted himself with exemplary patriotism, the Republican Party is shocked. And yet, that arises out of a culture where those kinds of outrageous attacks have become far too commonplace and get circulated nonstop through the Internet and talk radio and news outlets.

And I recognize when outrageous statements like that are made about me, that a lot of the same people who were outraged when they were made about Mr. McCain were pretty quiet.

The point is we're creating a culture that is not conducive to good policy or good politics. The American people deserve better. Certainly, presidential debates deserve better.

In 18 months, I'm turning over the keys -- I want to make sure I’m turning over the keys to somebody who is serious about the serious problems the country faces and the world faces. And that requires on both sides, Democrat and Republican, a sense of seriousness and decorum and honesty. And I think that's what the voters expect, as well.
The President's points were right on the money. The Republican Party is not serious or capable of governing. Huckabee's comments were ridiculous, and most of the party has been hypocritical in condemning Trump's comments about McCain while having applauded the billionaire's race based attacks on President Obama.

The Republican Party is not engaging in serious discussions about the issues. The race for their presidential nomination is a circus where nothing important is ever discussed. And the Senator who made the claim that Obama is a state sponsor of terrorism was the insane Ted Cruz. Who the Republicans love.

Our political culture is toxic because Republicans aren't holding up their end of the two-party system bargain. The country does deserve better than one functional political party and a GOP that has been consumed by raging white males who are fighting to keep their entitled status.

The Republican Party is an embarrassment to America and the world, and President Obama stood up on the world stage and ripped their ridiculousness.

Teen Makes Totally Legal Semi-Auto Hand Gun Shooting Drone
By: Steve - July 29, 2015 - 10:00am

A Connecticut teen has added a handgun to a drone, creating a weapon that can be fired remotely -- and police say it is perfectly legal.

Austin Haughwout, 18, posted a clip online showing the drone firing four shots, which triggered a police investigation.

But police in Haughwout's hometown of Clinton say they can't find anything to charge him with.

"It would seem to the average person, there should be something prohibiting a person from attaching a weapon to a drone," Clinton Police Chief Todd Lawrie said in a statement cited by WTNH, the ABC affiliate in New Haven. "At this point, we can't find anything that's been violated."

At least one law enforcement expert believes reckless conduct charges could apply in this case.

"What if the drone gets beyond the distance of the radio control?" Tom Fuentes, a former assistant director of the FBI said. "Do we want drones out of control that could land who knows here? We could have a child pick up the drone, pick up the gun, and accidentally kill themselves or someone else."

Brett Haughwout, who is the teen's father, told WFSB, the CBS station in Hartford, that his son made the drone-weapon with help from his professor at Central Connecticut State University.

But the professor at the university disputed that, telling the Hartford Courant that it was a "terrible idea."

"I discouraged him," Edward Moore, an assistant professor who teaches a class called Manufacturing Engineering Processes, told the paper. "I tried to give him the same advice I would give my kids."

Haughwout's father told NBC Connecticut that the gun belongs to him and said his son did "extensive research" to ensure it didn't break any laws.

"Homemade multirotor with a semi-automatic handgun mounted on it," the description on YouTube reads. "Note: The length from the muzzle to the rear of the frame is over 26."

The reference to the length may be an attempt to comply with federal law governing overall length of rifles, should the gun as modified be considered as such.

While local police say there may not be a law against the drone-gun, Haughwout may not be in the clear just yet. CNET reports that the FAA is also investigating.

"The FAA will investigate the operation of an unmanned aircraft system in a Connecticut park to determine if any Federal Aviation Regulations were violated," the agency told the website. "The FAA will also work with its law enforcement partners to determine if there were any violations of criminal statutes."

That comes as welcome news to at least one drone advocate.

"Drones should be used for good, not for evil," Peter Sachs, who is an attorney, told ABC News. "There are countless ways that drones can be useful. Using one as a remote-controlled weapon is not one of them, and I question the judgment of anyone who would attempt to do so."

Haughwout made headlines last year when he was allegedly assaulted by a woman who claimed he was using a drone to photograph her.

However, video showed that Haughwout was just taking aerial shots of the beach. Andrea Mears, then 23, was charged with third-degree assault and breach of peace. However, the charges will be dropped if she completes two years of probation.

Obama New Twitter Account Flooded With N-Word Comments
By: Steve - July 28, 2015 - 11:30am

UPDATE: 7-29-15 -- As expected O'Reilly has still not said one word about the right-wing racism against President Obama on his new twitter account. This is what O'Reilly does, ignore racism then claim it is not a problem in America anymore.

And of course the so-called no spin zone Independent journalist Bill O'Reilly never said a word about any of it, while at the same time doing segments where he denies racism is a big problem in America.

Earth to Bill O'Reilly, if the President of the United States opens a twitter account and is flooded with n-word comments, we have a big problem, because imagine what they are saying to blacks who are not the President.

It's no secret that Twitter can be a pretty hateful place. It's also no secret that there's a group of conservatives that are pretty hateful towards the President, mostly due to the color of his skin, and those people came together with the Obama opening of his own Twitter account yesterday.

At 11:38 Monday morning, Obama fired off his first tweet from the new White House Twitter account, @POTUS.

Hello, Twitter! It's Barack. Really! Six years in, they're finally giving me my own account.

Now I am not going to re-post all the n-word tweets he got, but here are a few samples, and there are a lot more.

@POTUS What do you call the first black president of the United States?


@POTUS So hello, n----r

@POTUS nice job with the banner, gotta let everyone know that you're some kind of communist n----r right?

@POTUS n----r go f--- yourself


And under that they included a photoshopped Obama Hope campain logo image with a noose around his neck, at the bottom of it instead of saying Hope they changed it to Rope.

That is pure racism and hate, and O'Reilly has not said a word about any of it. Because it is done by Republicans, and O'Reilly is one of them, so he ignores it because he does not want to make them look bad.

Stewart Slams Corrupt Republicans Over Iran Deal They Have Not Read
By: Steve - July 28, 2015 - 11:00am

And for the record, Bill O'Reilly has said he also does not like the deal, even though the nuke experts and the rest of the world think it is a good deal. O'Reilly is just another right-wing stooge who is putting out the right-wing propaganda on the Iran deal, even though he says he never uses GOP talking points, then he is caught using them.

While much of the political world has been consumed in the idiocy of Donald Trump, a historic nuclear deal with Iran was reached that barely registered as a blip on most people's radars.

If you have followed politics at all in the last few years you know exactly how this went: President Obama did something historic that many people, including most of our major allies, are calling something positive -- but O'Reilly and the Republicans are acting as if it's going to lead to the end of the world.

Like most things Republican, basically everything they're saying is just fear-mongering propaganda with almost no substance behind any of it.

They continually call this deal a bad deal, yet most of them (if any) haven't even read the damn thing. Hell, they can't even offer specifics as to why the deal is bad or what they would have done to make it better. They are literally just going out there and repeating GOP talking points, "This is a bad deal and ensures Iran gets a nuclear weapon."

Even though that's the same lie they've been saying for decades. Well, Jon Stewart tore into Republicans for doing what they always do by playing partisan politics with very important issues without knowing what the hell it is that they're talking about.

"You didn't even read the deal?" Stewart said of Sen. Lindsey Graham admitting he hadn't read the bill. "Basically, you're treating this critical international accord like some kind of bizarro iTunes user agreement."

Later on he went after various Republicans predicting some sort of apocalyptic nuclear end of days scenario as a direct result of this deal -- in 10 to 15 years. "With the way the world is going?” Stewart mocked. "A nuclear Iran's gonna be the least of our problems in 10 or 15 years. Iranian nukes will be a break from swimming through our climate change-flooded cities fighting Ebola zombies with our teeth because we can't hold guns thanks to our iPhone-shaped hand tumors. That's what's gonna be a treat."

While that's funny, the real joke is that many Republicans, and their favorite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, have been claiming Iran is on the brink of a nuclear weapon for decades. Hell, in the early 90's Netanyahu claimed Iran would have a bomb by 1999. Well, 16 years later -- he's now claiming they're 10-15 years away from having one. For the mathematically challenged, that's just over 30 years of being completely wrong.

And btw, neither Bill O'Reilly or anyone at Fox ever points that out. They just let Netanyahu lie about it, without ever reporting that he has been wrong for years.

Not only that, but Stewart played a 2012 clip of Netanyahu warning that Iran was just a few weeks or months away from creating a bomb. Again, nothing but fear-mongering and propaganda.

While I'm sure the deal isn't perfect, nor was it ever going to be, the Republican rhetoric against it reeks of nothing more than their usual "let's oppose anything President Obama does" rather than legitimate concern over whether or not the deal actually accomplishes what President Obama and many of our closest allies claim it will.

At the end of the day, the goal of keeping Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon should be based upon realities rather than petty partisan politics.

Trump Threatening Independent Run If GOP Is Not Nicer To Him
By: Steve - July 28, 2015 - 10:00am

The Continued Devolution of the GOP Primary from an Argument over levels of Conservatism to a Donald Trump Cage Match took its expected plot twist Thursday morning as Donald Trump hinted to The Hill that he would consider a third-party run if the GOP is not so mean to him.

"I'll have to see how I'm being treated by the Republicans," Trump said. "Absolutely, if they're not fair, that would be a factor."

Trump's move seems fueled entirely by hostilities between him and the Republican field, hostilities mostly of his own creation.

"The RNC has not been supportive," he said. "They were always supportive when I was a contributor. I was their fair-haired boy. The RNC has been, I think, very foolish."

This tells me Trump knows he will never win the Republican primary as a Republican, and I will bet anything he does not run as an Independent either, he is just saying he will so they will be nicer to him.

Thanks To Trump GOP Approval Ratings Hits Lowest Point In 23 Years
By: Steve - July 26, 2015 - 10:00am

Donald Trump is going around the country, making racist and crazy statements, and then demanding apologies from the people who call on him to apologize for his insane remarks. As far as political theater goes, it is a great thing to watch.

But, if you're a Republican Party strategist, a new poll from Pew Research Center on Republican Party approval ratings will have you thinking about updating your resume and reconsidering your career choices.

According to the Pew Research Center, the Republican Party approval ratings are now the lowest they've measured since 1992, and that spells disaster for the GOP. Meanwhile, Democrats have gained a couple of points, very likely due to the recent rhetoric coming from 2016 Republican presidential candidates.
The Republican Party's image has grown more negative over the first half of this year. Currently, 32% have a favorable impression of the Republican Party, while 60% have an unfavorable view. And favorable views of the GOP have fallen nine percentage points since January.

The Democratic Party continues to have mixed ratings (48% favorable, 47% unfavorable). The Democratic Party has often held an edge over the GOP in favorability in recent years, but its advantage had narrowed following the Republicans midterm victory last fall.

Today, the gap is as wide as it has been in more than two years. Republicans, in particular, are now more critical of their own party than they were a few months ago. About two-thirds (68%) express a favorable opinion of their party, the lowest share in more than two years. Six months ago, 86% of Republicans viewed the GOP positively.
I don't think it is any coincidence that the drop in approval ratings align with the entrance of Donald Trump into the GOP primary race. While some conservative pundits like Michael Warren at The Weekly Standard argue that there is no evidence Trump is hurting the GOP, and Bill O'Reilly continues to praise and defend him, the polls show the truth and say he is wrong.

On the other hand, former Florida GOP congressman Michael Souder warns that Trump is not only dangerous to the party, but he's also doing incredible harm to the conservative brand at the same time.

His extreme statements have even prompted a Who said it: Donald Trump or Frank Reynolds? quiz where you can try to guess the real quotes from Donald Trump versus quotes from Danny DeVito's character on the FX series "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia."

Looking at the poll numbers, it's not just independents that are turned off, Republicans lost 18 approval points within their own party -- and it is likely to get even worse as candidates compete for votes in early primary states.

The current survey finds that positive views of the GOP among Republicans have declined 18 percentage points since January, from 86% to 68%. Independents also view the Republican Party less favorably; 29% today, compared with 37% six months ago.

Democrats on the other hand do not have that problem, although their ratings with independents remain unchanged. In the same time since January, there have only been a couple of events that would have made a dent in the GOP's approval numbers which are their angry response against the Supreme Court's ruling -- and Donald Trump's take-no-prisoners campaign that even has members of his own party begging him to tone it down.

Accusing immigrants of being rapists and bringing tremendous infections disease to this country may play well with the angry old right-wing racist white man primary vote, it is also driving voters away that the GOP cannot afford to lose in the general election.

A former Republican said he can tell you that the GOP is willing to look the other way or even pander to the racist fringe of the party as they have been doing for years. But now they're facing a tremendous problem of their own creation, and it is likely to be their rapidly approaching demise.

Donald Trump Caught Lying That Some Veterans Support Him
By: Steve - July 25, 2015 - 10:00am

Here are some facts that should tell you all you need to know about the far-right idiot Donald Trump, and they are from a British newspaper who has no ax to grind with him, they just report the facts.

They report that Trump is lying when he says a group of veterans support him, because they talked to 3 (out of 52) of them who are on the Trump list, and they say they did not sign up and know nothing about it. Which means Donald Trump is not only a racist fool, he is a dishonest jerk who is willing to lie about anything.

From the Guardian Newspaper:

Several people listed as part of the "Veterans for Trump coalition" formed by Donald Trump following his incendiary comments about John McCain's war record have denied they are part of the group, the Guardian has learned.

Trump's campaign announced the formation of the New Hampshire-based group in response to criticism of the business mogul's labelling of McCain, who spent five and a half years in a North Vietnamese jail, where he was tortured, as "not a war hero."

A number of people were named as members of "Veterans for Trump" on Trump's election website. "These veterans have pledged their support to Mr Trump in the primary, and they will be advocating for him," a press release said.

But when the Guardian contacted several so-called Veterans for Trump members on Friday, three of them said they had never heard of the organisation and had not signed up as members.

"I don't know anything about it," said Ernie Fusi, an 88-year-old second world war veteran from Atkinson, New Hampshire. His name was among 51 "Veterans for Trump" whose details were sent out to the media and listed on Trump's website. "I haven't told anyone I want to get in on that," Fusi said. "I'm not going to do any campaigning."

And no suprise, the Trump campaign did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Fusi said he was a Republican voter, although he had not gone to any meetings or speeches in this election cycle. He said he would not vote in the primary but would vote for whichever GOP candidate ran in the presidential election. And he was unhappy about being named as a coalition member.

"I don't like it," he said. "Cause I haven't given anyone permission to send my name around."

Donald Richards, a veteran based in Laconia, New Hampshire, was also named on the list of Veterans for Trump members along with his wife, Connie Richards. He said neither had signed up for the group.

"I'm not a member of the campaign, no," he said. "I have no connection any more than anybody else does to him."

The Trump campaign announced the formation of Veterans for Trump after the 69-year-old business mogul was criticised for mocking John McCain's military history.

"He's not a war hero. He's a war hero because he was captured? I like people who weren't captured," Trump said in a campaign appearance in Iowa last Saturday.

The Veterans for Trump coalition was announced six days later. The revelation that several members of the Veterans for Trump coalition had never heard of the organisation, let alone knowingly joined it, raises questions as to the legitimacy of the coalition.

Richards said he had neither pledged his support to Trump in the primary -- as Trump's campaign had claimed -- nor would he be advocating for the presidential hopeful.

"I'm not walking around with a sign saying 'I'm voting for Trump.'" he said. "I'm not doing that. I'm just a regular citizen who hasn't made up his mind yet who I'm voting for."

Richards, who is president of the Weirs Park Association in Laconia, said Trump had paid to use the park's community center for a campaign event on 17 July. "The only connection I can think of is that they rented a facility that I happen to be in charge of," he said.R
"And in conversation or something in the process of that whole thing I may have been put in or lumped in or brought in with another group or with other people; I don't know."

And btw folks, Donald Trump is a draft dodger, so he has no right to say anything about anyone in the military, let alone a veteran who served and did 5 years as a POW.

Not to mention his good friend (the slimeball) Bill O'Reilly never says a word about any of that, but if a Democrat who is a draft dodger runs for office O'Reilly reports that more than once.

Louisiana Gunman A Tea Party Loon That Hated Obama & Loved Hitler
By: Steve - July 24, 2015 - 11:30am

It should come as no surprise that the conservative media failed to mention that the man who opened fire in a Lafayette, LA movie theater is a far-right nut. If you're really shocked by this, I suggest you head over to the Facebook pages for the local TV stations and take a look at the people who are upset that KATC reported that the shooter had an online presence that mostly consisted of far-right rants about liberals.

While these people are angry that KATC is reporting these findings, especially since many of them leave similar rants on social media, there is no doubt that there is a problem with right-wing domestic terrorists here in the United States.

If you head on over to Fox News, you will not see a word about this, or the fact that Louisiana has the most lax gun laws in the country -- or one of the highest gun death rates in the United States. At the time I am writing this, Fox News has a lead story on the Lafayette movie theater shooting, without one mention of his far-right views, even though they are collecting their information from the local news sources.

As I've said before, our country has a problem with right-wing extremists and the conservative media refuses to admit it exists, including Bill O'Reilly. The reason is very simple: it's easy to blame someone who looks different from the audience.

His Facebook account shows just two likes -- the "I hate liberals!" political organization, which uses an avatar that reads "Stand with Rand," and the Crossroads Irish-American Festival.

Posts on his Facebook page reveals an interest in limiting women's influence over the church, a hatred for American culture, and complaints about liberals "brainwashing" Americans into hating their own country.

"The bible doesn't ask me to like what it says, only to obey it," Houser wrote. "Death comes soon to the financially failing filth farm called the US."

Houser was turned down for a concealed carry permit in 2006 because of apparent mental health issues and a previous arrest in Columbus, Georgia, for arson.

A former attorney said Houser had tried to hire someone to burn down his law office in the early 1980s but later attempted to run for political office.

"He's always been a little unbalanced, to say the least," said former attorney John Swearingen.

He was treated in 2008 and 2009 for mental health problems after his wife and other family members took out a temporary protective order against him for "extreme erratic behavior and has made ominous as well as disturbing statements."

The filing shows Kellie Houser was so fearful of her husband, who "has a history of mental health issues, i.e., manic depression and/or bi-polar disorder," that she removed all the guns from their home.

Fox News would go off the air if they were to confront their audience with the fact that people like John Russell Houser look and speak a lot like themselves. Don't believe me? Just go to the comments below the news story on Fox News and read the insane rants if you have the stomach for it. That's all the proof you need.

Perry Calls Trump A Cancer On Conservatism & A Barking Carnival Act
By: Steve - July 24, 2015 - 11:00am

Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry is taking the gloves off in his assault on Donald Trump, calling the man leading the GOP presidential polls "a cancer on conservatism and a barking carnival act."

Perry, who sees a pathway to political resurrection after a disastrous 2012 campaign in his vocal criticism of the real estate magnate, used the striking language to criticize Trump at a forum organized by his super PAC, the Opportunity and Freedom PAC.

"The White House has been occupied by giants," Perry said. "But from time to time it is sought by the small-minded -- divisive figures propelled by anger, and appealing to the worst instincts in the human condition."

"He offers a barking carnival act that can be best described as Trumpism: a toxic mix of demagoguery, mean-spiritedness and nonsense that will lead the Republican Party to perdition if pursued," Perry said.

"Let no one be mistaken -- Donald Trump's candidacy is a cancer on conservatism, and it must be clearly diagnosed, excised and discarded."

And of course O'Reilly ignored it, because he wants everyone to think the liberal media is the only one slamming Trump.

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