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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Your move O'Reilly, what say you fool.

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

Fox News Top Deceiver O'reilly Calls Colbert A Deceiver
By: Steve - April 13, 2014 - 10:00am

Last month Bill O'Reilly offered his rebuttal to the argument that income inequality is contributing to the current state of economic stagnation and the bitter partisanship in political circles. He dismissed any notion that there is a problem with having 400 of the richest Americans controlling more wealth than the rest of the 350 million of us combined. Instead, O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: The truth is there will never be equality in this world. That's impossible, an opium-laced dream. I will never have equality with my fellow Irishman Shaquille O'Neal he is bigger and stronger than I am by nature. I will never be as smart as Einstein, as talented as Mozart or as kind as Mother Teresa. Each human being is born with abilities, but they are not equal abilities.
Let me add this, Bill O'Reilly is an idiot. Because if the income equality was better, and the bottom 99% were getting a bigger slice of the pie everything in the country would be better. Crime would go down, the economy would be doing better, and people would not be so mad at how hard it is to get by and make a decent living. Colbert is 100% right and O'Reilly is 100% wrong, he is just too partisan and too stupid to understand or admit it.

Shaq being taller than O'Reilly has nothing to do with any of it, and that argument sounds like something a 5 year old would say. And it shows that O'Reilly does not have a clue what the income equality debate is about. It has nothing to do with artificial uniformity of human life forms, physically, intellectually, or emotionally. It is about society sharing responsibilities fairly. It is about insuring that powerful elites and faceless corporations are not permitted to exploit everybody else while shirking their own civic duties. Or as Stephen Colbert said:
COLBERT: Shaquille O'Neal is taller than Bill O'Reilly, therefore the richest 1 percent of Americans should control 40 percent of the nation's wealth.
Colbert's hilarious smackdown of O'Reilly really got to him. Because on Wednesday night's Factor show, O'Reilly devoted his opening Talking Points Memo to slamming Colbert. He called Colbert "a deceiver" and an “"deological fanatic" who is "misguided in the extreme." Which is exactly what O'Reilly is, so he was also talking about himself. But O'Reilly was not done making a fool of himself, he also said this:
O'REILLY: Colbert can be dismissed as clueless, but the guy does do damage because he gives cover to the powerful people who are selling Americans a big lie, that this country is bad, that it intentionally oppresses many of its own citizens. That is a lie. That point of view is shameful.
Except of course Colbert never said or implied that the country is bad. O'Reilly just made that up, and in fact, it could be argued that as a so-called journalist on a so-called news network it is O'Reilly that gives cover to the powerful people who are selling Americans a big lie. While Colbert is a comedian on a comedy channel doing a fake news show, so nobody really takes him serious.

Colbert and millions of other Americans recognize that it is flawed with respect to the over-weighting of influence by upper-crusty plutocrats. Recent decisions by the right-wing dominated Supreme Court that give ever-more power to the rich are evidence of the wealth-centric bias that keeps average citizens from having an equal say in public affairs.

When money equals speech, the rich get more of it, and the poor can only buy silence. That's a position that fits squarely with O'Reilly's world view. Last year he actually lamented the fate of the rich as the ones who were really oppressed.

O'Reilly also sought to school Colbert on the philosophy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. saying that "Maybe Colbert should understand that Dr. King gave his life for equality of opportunity."

But that is a stupendously false and ignorant misreading of King's message. King gave his life in the fight for actual equality and freedom from oppression, not the "opportunity" of it. And the fight continues to this day with people like O'Reilly who defend a status quo that favors rich folks like himself.

And clearly O'Reilly does not have the intellectual or comedic ability to go toe-to-toe with Colbert. Basically Colbert put a truth smackdown on O'Reilly, and the best O'Reilly could do for a comeback was call him a deceiver and say he hates the country.

Which is all nonsense, and the standard crap O'Reilly spins out when someone nails him good. If you dare to disagree with O'Reilly, somehow you are a liar who hates the country, it's ridiculous. And frankly, you would think someone with a Harvard degree could come up with something better than that.

The Friday 4-11-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - April 12, 2014 - 11:00am

The far-right biased hack Laura Ingraham filled in for O'Reilly, her TPM was called: Changes in the White House. She said this:
INGRAHAM: Everybody was making nice at the White House today as the president thanked outgoing HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius for her fine work on the Affordable Care Act. Was Sebelius fired? Who knows? My question is, how on Earth did she keep her job until now. She oversaw one of the most abysmal product rollouts since New Coke, and for that alone she should have been fired.

And what did ObamaCare actually achieve? Many of the 7.5 enrollees are people who had their policies canceled because of ObamaCare. There have also been job losses, premium hikes, out-of-pocket costs soaring, doctors retiring early, and the list goes on. No corporate CEO or NCAA coach would have survived with a comparable win-loss ratio.

Obama kept Sebelius as long as he did for political reasons; he doesn't like to fire people because it admits his fallibility. After 'Fast and Furious' and Benghazi and the IRS targeting, why is Eric Holder still at the Justice Department? And why was Susan Rice promoted?

I suspect the real reason Sebelius is leaving has more to do with you voters. With the midterm elections looking grim for his party, the president could not keep the face of healthcare reform in place. And come Election Day, you have the chance to help rid us of a lot more people who are in over their heads.
And that my friends is total right-wing spin, from a right-wing hack who hates Obama and lies to make him look bad. Almost everything she said is either wrong or a lie.

Then Ed Henry was on to talk about the Sebelius departure, saying this: "It might not really have been up to her. They're saying that she approached the president in early March and offered her resignation, but the president did not ask her to reconsider, which suggests that the president did not want her to stick around. They didn't want to announce that in early March because they finally had some good news and didn't want to stunt the momentum. She took a lot of hits for this, but ultimately it's the person in the Oval Office who will take the heat."

Then Rich Benjamin of the liberal think tank Demos was on to talk about race in America, and Holder saying he is partly attacked because of his race. Which of course Ingraham and O'Reilly refuse to admit is true.

Benjamin said this: "This is not about attacking the Republicans, it's about protecting our democracy. The president sees it as protecting the fundamental right to vote."

Ingraham argued that the president and his top law enforcement official are cynically using race as an shield, saying this: "The attorney general is supposed to enforce the law without regard to party politics, but this week he turned his position into a battering ram against the Republican Party, using this sickening and cynical race card. I find that antithetical to what the civil rights movement was supposed to be about."

Earth to Ingraham and O'Reilly, there is racism in the Republican party towards Obama and Holder, and that is a fact, you two stooges will just not admit it. Because you are right-wing jerks that do not want to admit some of your people are racists.

Then immigration activist Francisco Hernandez was on to talk about former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, a prospective presidential candidate in 2016, who called illegal immigration "an act of love."

Hernandez said this: "All these folks want to do, is have an opportunity to buy their ticket on the bus and get a piece of the American pie. Who can blame them, there is opportunity here. At least Jeb Bush has been consistent."

Ingraham argued that politicians should spend more time worrying about American workers, saying this: "There isn't comparable compassion for the middle class, the people who are not seeing their lives getting better. Those are the people who are affected by illegal immigration."

Which is just laughable, because nobody in the Republican party gives a damn about the middle class, they just say they do to get their votes, they they do everything possible to screw the working man and help the wealthy and the corporations. And Ingraham is a fool who helps them spin out their lies and propaganda.

Then Democratic strategist Richard Goodstein, a former aide to Hillary Clinton was on, and Ingraham asked him why she is qualified to be president. Which is a stupid question.

Goodstein said this: "She has a lot of accomplishments, and the paramount one is that when Barack Obama was saving the economy from the precipice, she was salvaging the U.S. reputation around the world. She got Russia to agree on sanctions against Iran, she got a coalition against Qadafi, and she was a beacon for women and children around the world. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are met with a tumultuous welcome every place they go."

But of course the far-right loon Ingraham refused to buy what Goodstein was selling, saying this: "I'm not saying she's not a nice person, but we're talking about accomplishments. The Middle East is still in turmoil, Eastern Europe is afraid of what Putin will do next, and China is on the move. We look feckless!"

Then Mike Huckabee, who may run for president in 2016, was on to stress the importance of traditional values, including traditional marriage. Notice that he is still working for Fox, which is ridiculous, they are letting him use his show for publicity to run for President, it's unethical and wrong.

Huckabee said this: "The position I hold, is the position that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden held in 2008. The president said in 2008 that he stood for traditional marriage because he's a Christian and that's what the Bible taught. I'd like to ask him whether he was lying then, whether he's lying now, or did the Bible get re-written."

Huckabee also said that traditional values are not at odds with pocketbook issues: "Of course we have to focus on jobs and the economy, but you can also talk about issues that touch people's basic sense of character and tradition and history."

Said the far-right bible thumping loon that will never be President.

Then Howard Kurtz was on to say a lot of reporters and producers seem to be protective of President Obama. Which is his opinion, and almost everyone else disagrees with that. Obama gets slammed in the media all the time, and that is a fact.

Kurtz said this: "There is a collision of several things. On one hand, some news outlets seem to be going softer on President Obama than, say, President Bush. And there is less investigative reporting, particularly in television, because it is expensive and time-consuming and you tick people off. The softer segments are easier to do and they're cheaper."

Republicans Unanimously Block Debate On Gender Pay Equity Bill
By: Steve - April 12, 2014 - 10:00am

And of course O'Reilly never said a word about it, because he is a Republican who agrees with them, and has even lied that there is no gender pay gap.

Senate Republicans voted unanimously on Wednesday to block debate from beginning on Democratic-led legislation aimed at narrowing the pay gap between men and women.

The motion to proceed to the Paycheck Fairness Act received 53 votes for, and 44 against, falling short of the 60 needed to defeat a filibuster.

The bill, sponsored by Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-MD), is backed by President Obama. It would make it easier for a woman to sue an employer if she's getting paid less than a male counterpart for doing the same work. It would also prohibit employer retaliation against workers for talking about how much they earn.

Sounds reasonable to me, who could possibly be opposed to it, Bill O'Reilly and the the Republicans of course. Which is another part of their war on women, the same war O'Reilly denies there is, even though we have example after example proving it, including this one.

The Thursday 4-10-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - April 11, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: Is Attorney General Eric Holder Playing the Race Card? The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: On Tuesday Eric Holder testified in front of the House Judiciary Committee about the IRS scandal and other controversies. Then, speaking before Al Sharpton's advocacy group on Wednesday, Holder asked, 'What Attorney General has ever had to deal with that kind of treatment?'

The heavy evidence is that Eric Holder is using his skin color as a shield to avoid explaining to the American people why he has been so ineffective on a variety of fronts. It's long past time to stop this kind of nonsense. Richard Nixon was treated far more harshly by Congress than Barack Obama, and his Attorney General, John Mitchell, was ruined over the Watergate investigation.

The truth is that Eric Holder has been treated gently by the national press and has not been subject to much scrutiny. His first duty is to the people, not to his party or the president, but we get nothing from him. He holds back documents from Congress and he stonewalls time and again. That's the truth and it has nothing to do with skin color.
And as usual, O'Reilly denies any and all racism, which is what he does, protect whites from charges of racism. In O'Reillyworld there is no racism, no matter how blatant. Earth to Bill O'Reilly, black people are victims of racism every day, even rich and powerful blacks like Eric Holder. Who are you to say he is a liar?

Then black radio talk show hosts Eboni Williams and Richard Fowler were on to discuss it. And btw folks, O'Reilly and the right hate Eric Holder because he was part of the Clinton administration. So they already have a bias against him.

Williams said this: "To say Eric Holder has done nothing is just not true. He has a specific agenda regarding civil rights issues, and on that he has been very effective. He has brought challenges to states that have enacted illegal voting laws, and he's done a variety of things with the NYPD and stop-and-frisk."

Fowler said this: "He is contending that he and the president are treated differently because they happen to be African American. Race relations are not good, and that spills over to the president and the attorney general and the first lady."

O'Reilly accused Holder of bringing up race in a divisive manner, saying this: "We're talking about this country's chief law enforcement officer speaking in a public forum to African Americans and implying that the criticism of him is because he's black. He has nothing to back that up!"

Then James Carville was on to talk about the biased right-wing Fox News analyst George Will, who ranks the IRS targeting scandal right up there with Watergate and Iran-Contra. Which is just ridiculous, but O'Reilly agrees with him so he promotes that nonsense.

Carville said this: "He has everything to support that but evidence. Watergate and Iran-Contra were characterized by White House involvement, but there is not a scintilla of evidence of White House involvement here. This has nothing to do with the White House or President Obama."

O'Reilly said this: "If Lois Lerner is taking the Fifth, you know she's done something that she knows she's in trouble for."

Earth to Bill O'Reilly, read my lips. There is NO evidence President Obama or anyone in the White House had anything to do with it, NONE. So it does not compare to Watergate or Iran-Contra. Move on to real news you right-wing hack.

Then Heather Nauert was on for mad as hell, she read e-mails from viewers. One of them, Debbie Rogers Bianchi of Oregon, is ticked off because Hillary Clinton and other liberals often portray women as victims.

Nauert said this: "We haven't actually heard Hillary Clinton say 'war on women,' but she seems to think there is one. She talks about how the clock is turning back on women's rights and warns that extremists want to go after women. They never talk about the advantages that women have in this country, they like to play victim."

Said the Republican who works at Fox, who read an e-mail from a Republican who watches Fox, with no Democratic guest for balance.

Myrna Bauman of Utah complained that derelict fathers often go unmentioned in stories about unmarried moms. Nauert said this: "40% of the babies today are born to unwed mothers, and in 1960 that figure was 5%. There are about 12-million deadbeat dads and this is obviously a sad situation."

Then Megyn Kelly was on to talk about the case of 16-year-old Pennsylvania student Alex Hribal, who slashed and stabbed 21 of his classmates Wednesday.

Kelly said this: "He has been charged as an adult, but his lawyers are pushing to get this into juvenile court. Something is odd about this case - his lawyers are saying his family is like the Brady Bunch, they had dinner together every night, he wasn't bullied, and he has no prior history of mental health issues. It doesn't add up, it's very rare for a boy of this age to just snap."

Then the far-right Laura Ingraham was on to talk about the reaction to Republican Jeb Bush's description of illegal immigration as "an act of love." And of course there was no Democratic guest on for balance.

Ingraham said this: "That was a very sloppy formulation by Jeb Bush. You could use that 'they did it out of love' argument for a lot of behavior that is not good for society. You could say you steal from a convenience store because you need food for your kids. What does that have to do with whether hundreds of thousands of people crossing our borders illegally is good for American workers, good for our public schools, and good for our health care and infrastructure?"

Ingraham also said this: "Jeb Bush believes it's a moral imperative that anyone who can get a toe across the border, as long as they're not a felon, should be allowed to stay here. We have borders that are supposed to mean something!"

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day that was not a tip. It was O'Reilly telling people to learn about Jesus. Hey O'Reilly, stop trying to force religion on people, if they want it they will find it.

E.J. Dionne: Republicans Were Wrong About Obamacare
By: Steve - April 11, 2014 - 10:00am

And I would add O'Reilly to the list, because he has said the very same thing Republicans were saying, that it was a disaster and in chaos, while everyone else knew it would work after they get the website fixed and work out the bugs. Proving once again that O'Reilly is nothing but a right-wing shill who pretends to be an Independent and impartial journalist.

Here are some quotes from the E.J. Dionne article in the Washington Post:

Is there any accountability in American politics for being completely wrong? Is there any cost to those who say things that turn out not to be true and then, when their fabrications or false predictions are exposed, calmly move on to concocting new claims as if they had never made the old ones?

The fact that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) hit its original goal this week of signing up more than 7 million people through its insurance exchanges ought to be a moment of truth -- literally as well as figuratively. It ought to give everyone, particularly members of the news media, pause over how reckless the opponents of change have been in making instant judgments and outlandish charges.

When the health-care Web site went haywire last fall, conservatives were absolutely certain this technological failure meant that the entire reform effort was doomed. If you doubt this, try a Google search keyed to that period relating the word "doomed" to the health-care law.

It should be said that the general public was much wiser. A CNN poll in November that at the time found a majority (54 percent to 45 percent) saying that the problems facing the law "will eventually be solved." Political moderates took this view by 55 percent to 43 percent, independents by 50 percent to 48 percent.

Only Republicans -- by a whopping 72 percent to 27 percent -- and conservatives (by 66 percent to 33 percent) thought the law could never be fixed.

Their representatives in Washington, moderate conservatives as well as the tea party's loyalists, followed the base's lead. In mid-November, for example, Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) told Fox News flatly that the law is "destined to fail," "fundamentally flawed" and "not ready for prime time."

House Speaker John Boehner predicted dire outcomes before the Web site fiasco. He repeatedly insisted, as he did in July, that "even the Obama administration knows the 'train wreck' will only get worse."

Forbes magazine posted a piece on Nov. 22 under the headline: "What to do if and when Obamacare collapses." The op-ed modestly acknowledged that "it's too soon to write an epitaph for Obamacare," but then barged forward, since "its crises are piling up so fast that one has to begin looking ahead."

So let's say it out loud: The ACA is doing exactly what its supporters said it would do. It is getting health insurance to millions who didn't have it before. (The Los Angeles Times pegged the number at 9.5 million at the beginning of the week.)

And it's working especially well in places such as Kentucky, where state officials threw themselves fully and competently behind the cause of signing up the uninsured. Those who want to repeal the law will have to admit that they are willing to deprive these people, or some large percentage of them, of insurance.

Too many conservatives would prefer not to say upfront what they really believe: They don't want the federal government to spend the significant sums of money needed to get everyone covered. Admitting this can sound cruel, so they insist that their objections are to the ACA's alleged unworkability, or to "a Washington takeover of the health system" (which makes you wonder what they think of Medicare, a far more centralized program).

Or they peddle isolated horror stories that the fact-checkers usually discover are untrue or misleading. Thus the moment of truth, about the facts.

Another Great Reason To Boycott McDonalds
By: Steve - April 11, 2014 - 9:00am

Heather Levia wanted to help some firefighters by giving them a warm meal on a cold day -- but when she showed up to work the next morning she no longer had a job.

Levia, a 23-year-old single mom with twins, works two jobs and is putting herself through nursing school.

During her morning shift as a manager at McDonald's last week, while several local fire departments worked in sub-zero temperatures to put out a house fire, Levia says she saw a way to help.

Olean firefighters ordered 25 breakfast sandwiches and hash browns, and Levia says she pulled $83 out of her pocket and paid for it herself.

"Just because I appreciate everything they do," she explained.

Then a little bit later, another department ordered $70 worth of food. Levia sent her boss a text message to see if the company would pay the tab. She thought they might because they regularly give free meals to police officers who stop by.

"It's very common in our store," she said.

But Levia's boss said no, McDonald's would not donate the food. Levia then called the corporate office and got the same answer. So once again, she and fellow workers picked up the tab.

When word spread that Levia paid the bill, some firefighters called her boss and complained, thinking the restaurant made Levia feel obligated to pay for their meals.

Levia says after that, her boss told her, "You opened a whole bee's nest."

At her next shift, after eight years of working for McDonald's, Levia was fired. She says the reason given was she swore at a superior - something she denies.

"I did say this is freaking ridiculous. But it was not implied to anybody," she said.

Allegany firefighters say they never expected free food and were grateful for the gesture.

"It was a shock. We certainly regret the fact she lost her job. We can't speak on corporate policy because we don't know the background of it," said Allegany Fire Media Officer Gordon Scott. "It was a sad affair because a gentleman lost a home. And it's even worse because we know now that this gal apparently lost her job because of it."

Levia added, "It's just wrong. I wish the communities would change and help each other out. I wish that things didn't have to be the way they are. And if losing my job is going to speak out to the community, then that's what it's going to do."

The Wednesday 4-9-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - April 10, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: More Controversy Over Illegal Aliens. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is thinking of running for president. If he does, he says he will run as an all-inclusive guy on the Republican side. He recently made that clear when he said illegal immigrants are committing 'an act of love.' That has angered some hard-liners who believe foreign nationals breaking the law should be punished, not granted amnesty.

What Jeb Bush says is true - many illegal aliens came here out of desperation to feed their families, so compassion must be in play. That being said, some illegal aliens are bad people who should be thrown out immediately. The Republican Party must compromise on the issue or it will lose the presidential election again in 2016.

But it's not all political. The USA should be a nation that understands oppression and welcomes good people from other countries in a lawful way. Talking Points has put forth a sane immigration plan to deal with as many as 12-million human beings. All of them must register with the federal government; the borders must be upgraded so illegal entry becomes extremely difficult; undocumented aliens must pay a fine, apply for citizenship, learn English, and pay taxes.

But once the reform is put into place, no other illegal alien would ever be put on a citizenship track. If you're caught, you're detained and deported! That is a fair plan and if the Republican Party gets behind it and comes up with a good economic message, it will be able to compete in 2016. If it does not, Mrs. Clinton will be very happy.
Haha, good luck with that, even if the Republicans do what O'Reilly says they will still not get the majority of latino vote. Because of the far-right who are a bunch of racist idiots. Even Laura Ingraham said Bush will not get the far-right vote with that talk.

Then Karl Rove was on to discuss it, and of course no Democratic guest was on for balance.

Rove said this: "I would add a couple things. I would have the employer pay a fine as well as the individual, and we should make sure people pay a fee so we can monitor them while they're here. We have to make sure they're paying their taxes, don't run afoul of the law, and are working. If they can't get a job, it's time to leave."

Rove also evaluated Jeb Bush's kind words about illegal immigrants, saying this: "He said things that are correct, that most people who come to the United States illegally do so to take care of their families. But he got himself into a little difficulty with his language."

O'Reilly said this: "Whether you agree or disagree with Jeb Bush, I like his straight talk, but there are people who will not vote for him because of what he said."

And most of that is pie in the sky talk, because the far-right of the Republican party will never go for it, not to mention it's impossible to monitor 20 million people, let alone find them to pay the fee to pay for it, the whole thing is ridiculous.

Then Kirsten Powers & Kate Obenshain were on to talk about the former CIA boss Michael Hayden, who implied that Senator Diane Feinstein was being "emotional" when she strongly condemned enhanced interrogation techniques.

Powers said this: "Where's the evidence that she's 'emotional,' She has an opinion, but that doesn't mean she's emotional. I would not see him saying that about a male in her position."

But of course Obenshain disagreed and portrayed the dustup as an example of political correctness run amok, saying this: "You're not allowed to call women 'emotional,' radical feminists are looking for any excuse to call Republicans a bunch of sexist pigs. But I think it's clear that Diane Feinstein has deep, strong emotions. When you call something 'brutal' and 'un-American,' as she did, you have strong emotions about it."

Then James Rosen & Carl Cameron were on to talk about Senator John McCain, who accused Secretary of State John Kerry of bungling U.S. foreign policy. With no Democratic guest for balance.

Rosen said this: "He is under fire not only from Republicans, but also from some of his Democratic allies. There's no doubt that some of his key initiatives are either dead or close to death. In Syria, U.S. policy is so nebulous as to be unrecognizable; in Ukraine, both the threat and the imposition of sanctions have proved inadequate deterrents to Putin; and his efforts to broker a two-state solution between Israel and the Palestinians have fallen into crisis."

Cameron reported the latest on former IRS official Lois Lerner, saying this: "The House Ways and Means Committee has sent a letter to Attorney General Holder, urging him to pursue three criminal charges against Lois Lerner. The letter says she targeted 'Crossroads GPS,' run by Karl Rove, in a way that no liberal group was ever scrutinized."

And of course O'Reilly fails to mention that the House Ways and Means Committee is a partisan group of Republicans, or that this type of prosecution is never done.

Then Martha MacCallum was on for did you see that. She talked about the 16-year-old boy who went on a rampage in Pennsylvania Wednesday, stabbing 19 of his classmates.

MacCallum said this: "Here we go again, with parents running to a school and children running out of a school. He was wielding two knives as he went through the hallways and he might be tried as an adult. As always, there are heroes and in this case the assistant principal took the boy down and a girl stopped the bleeding on one of her classmates."

MacCallum also watched footage of a California teacher wrestling a student to the ground after allegedly witnessing a drug deal, saying this: "The teacher was initially put on leave, but the superintendent now says she jumped the gun by putting all the blame on him. And the boy has denied all the charges."

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: Avoid Obsession. Billy said this: "Becoming obsessed with anything is never a good idea, whether it's a person, a sport, a game, or even a mysteriously missing airplane."

Thanks for nothing, Mr. obvious.

Obama Calls Out Fox News For Spreading Lies About Equal Pay
By: Steve - April 10, 2014 - 10:00am

At an event announcing executive action on equal pay Tuesday, President Obama called out Fox News for spreading lies about the pay gap.

The president said this:
OBAMA: Everybody who cares about this should pay attention to how the Senate votes tomorrow on this Paycheck Fairness Act, because the majority of senators supports this bill, but two years ago a minority of Senate Republicans blocked this from getting a vote.

Even worse, some commentators are out there saying the pay gap doesn't even exist. They say it's a myth, but it's not a myth. It's math. You can look at the paychecks, look at the stubs. I mean, Lilly Ledbetter didn't just make this up. The court when it looked at the documents said, yep, yep, you've been getting paid less for doing the same job.

The court then said, as Lilly said, it's been happening so long you couldn't do anything about it anymore, which made no sense, and that's why we had to sign another bill.

It's basic math that adds up to real money. It makes a real difference for a lot of Americans that are working hard to support their families, and of course, the fact that we got some resistance on this from folks up on Capitol Hill just fits with the larger problem. This vision that congressional Republicans seem to be continually embracing. This notion that you're just on your own no matter how unfair things are.
When President Obama referred to commentators who are claiming that the pay gap doesn't exist, he was talking about Fox News, including Bill O'Reilly who claims to be fair to Obama. Here is a collection of clips of Fox News claiming that the pay gap isn't real:

The Tuesday 4-8-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - April 9, 2014 - 11:30am

The TPM was called: More Destruction in America. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: Last night we chronicled how the grievance industry, being used by the Democratic Party as a political weapon, is causing trouble on a number of fronts. Right on cue, we have another disgraceful exhibition. After their basketball team won the national championship, some students at the University of Connecticut rampaged, causing destruction and putting other students and police at risk.

At the University of Kentucky, which lost the game, there was a similar scene of mindless vandalism. There is no political component, the mayhem is happening because of the breakdown of respect for property and authority. The main drivers of the destructive mindset are grievance and entitlement. The USA is being portrayed by powerful people as an unfair country that oppresses minorities, women, the poor, and so on.

The primary grievance right now is alleged 'inequality,' with progressives selling the myth that folks can not get a fair shake because the system is rigged. The left-wing media legitimizes that nonsense, and one of the biggest mouthpieces for the progressives is Stephen Colbert. Only about a million people watch his program, but he is the darling of the far-left Internet.

Colbert recently mocked me on the subject of inequality, but I strongly believe in fighting for equality and that institutional bias should be against the law. What I oppose is government trying to impose equality, because every human being is different. Like many ideological fanatics, Colbert is misguided in the extreme.

His analysis is delivered under the guise of comedy, but he's a true progressive. The guy does damage because he gives cover to powerful people who are selling Americans a big lie, saying this country intentionally oppresses many of its own citizens. That is a lie and shameful. America is not perfect, but we set the gold standard for opportunity.
Wow, O'Reilly is nuts. And all that mumbo jumbo is nothing but right-wing propaganda from an old Republican fool that is going senile. The system is rigged, the rich use their money to get the country they want, and the rest of us have to try and get by on the scraps. O'Reilly is one of those rich old white guys and he defends the other rich old white guys. But he dont see it that way so he slams anyone who disagrees with him, proving his right-wing bias once again.

Then Alan Colmes and Monica Crowley were on to discuss it.

Colmes said this: "There is a grievance industry, and it's a grievance industry of rich people who are upset that their taxes are too high and that we're giving money to the poor. They don't like paying for food stamps and they're angry that we will be a non-white country by the year 2040. Fighting for gay rights and equality in marriage is not grievance!"

Crowley said this: "The left has been using the grievance industry and casting huge swaths of people as victims in order to do the 'hurt and rescue' mission. They cast you as victims, keep you in that victimhood, and then propose that only government can solve your problems. That justifies ever-growing government."

Which is not true, because the working men and women in this country just want to be paid a living wage, most of them do not want government welfare, they want a decent wage for a days work. But they are not getting it because the greedy corporations do not pay them a living wage and then they have to get food stamps and free medical care, that cost the other taxpayers money.

Look at Walmart, a new study shows that they could pay their workers $13.00 an hour and only have to raise prices 1.2 percent, so a 68 cent box of mac and cheese would go up to 69 cents, and it would cover the pay increase for every Walmart worker in America. Which would save the government $300 million dollars a year just in food stamp savings.

Every working taxpayer is paying for food stamps for a lot of the Walmart workers, when they made $18 billion dollars profit in 2013, which is just insane. But O'Reilly and Crowley never say a word about that. Walmart can afford to pay a living wage, but they don't because of greed, and it cost the taxpayers $300 million dollars a year, but O'Reilly never even mentions it.

Then John Stossel was on to talk about Marijuana use in Colorado, where pot is legal, and it has led to scattered instances of illness and accidents.

Stossel said this: "These are sad things when they happen, but you are exaggerating these problems. You're an irresponsible scare-monger! The poison control center had an increase in calls about children eating marijuana-laced cookies, but they get thousands of calls about kids who swallowed toys or ate cosmetics. Statistics from Denver show that violence and crime are both down."

O'Reilly said this: "No matter how bad the social problems get, you will never cede the issue. This is going to harm children and it will cause more accidents on the roads."

Then Kimberly Guilfoyle and Lis Wiehl were on to evaluate Attorney General Eric Holder's contentious testimony before the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday. Said the biased right-wing host and his two Republican legal analysts.

Wiehl said this: "He was asked the most simple questions about the IRS scandal, but he deflected and stonewalled, he made no comment about anything."

Guilfoyle said this: "He is not qualified to be in that position, he is a paid check-collector who is wasting the money of the American people."

Then they talked about a man who shot and killed his daughter's boyfriend, who was in their house at 2 AM.

Wiehl said this: "The father asked the daughter whether she knew the boy, she said no, so the father thought this was an intruder." Guilfoyle concluded that neither father nor daughter will be charged, saying this: "There's insufficient evidence to proceed with a murder charge against the father, therefore any charge against the daughter will fail as well."

Then the far-right stooge Charles Krauthammer was on, O'Reilly asked him if the history of Jesus should be taught in public schools. Which is a stupid question, because that is religion and of course it should not be taught in schools, that is what we have churches for, idiot.

Krauthammer said this: "I'm all in favor of teaching where the founders derived the principles that went into the Declaration and the Constitution. You would start with the Greeks and Romans, Locke and Montesquieu, and the Old and New Testaments. But I would not want my child taught about the nature of God and divinity at my public school, and Jesus is considered divine by Christians."

So even Krauthammer disagreed with O'Reilly, but he said this anyway: "You can't teach American history by avoiding Judeo-Christian tradition and the impact it had on the framers."

Yes you can Billy, because it's religion and it belongs in church or in private worship, not the schools, moron. If you want your kids to be taught religion send them to bible school.

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: A Very Special Concert. Billy said this: "If you're anywhere near Long Island, come on out to a special concert by the Nassau Pops Symphony Orchestra on Sunday. The event will benefit the Independence Fund, which provides high-tech track chairs to severely disabled veterans."

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

The has the entire 22 page lawsuit Privacy Policy

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