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O'Reilly Tells Trump What Name To Call Hillary Clinton
By: Steve - February 12, 2016 - 11:00am

O'Reilly Advised Donald Trump To Call Hillary Clinton "Inept"

Trump called her evil, and O'Reilly said do not call her evil, call her inept. And btw, Trump is just a joke, because 8 years ago Trump said she was a great person and would make a great President. But now that he is running for the Republican party Presidential nomination, suddenly she is evil, what a phony.

Trump said this on his blog in March 2008:

"Hillary Clinton said she'd consider naming Barack Obama as her vice-president when she gets the nomination, but she's nowhere near a shoo-in. For his part, Obama said he's just focused on winning the nomination, although at least one member of his team said Clinton would make a good vice-president. I know Hillary and I think she'd make a great president or vice-president."

Trump also said this on his blog in December of 2008:

"Hillary is smart, tough and a very nice person, so is her husband. Bill Clinton was a great president. They are fine people. Hillary was roughed up by the media, and it was a tough campaign for her, but she's a great trooper. Her history is far from being over."

You know he is just saying that she is evil to please the far-right, because he not only said she would make a great President, he said she is smart and tough and a nice person, and he is friends with her and Bill, he even invited them to his wedding. Think about it, he invited Hillary and Bill to his wedding, but not O'Reilly.

Trump is a massive phony who will say anything to get elected, and most of what he says is not possible or a lie, or both.

Here is a partial transcript:

BILL O'REILLY (HOST): You said this morning that Hillary Clinton is evil. What does that mean?

DONALD TRUMP: Well, they asked me, you know, one word. I never liked the one word comparisons or analogies, but they asked me one word for various people. And she has got -- you know there is a tendency, if you look at the job she did as secretary of state and the destruction that she has caused, I just -- I don't know what it is, the word evil came to mind. The decisions that they made on so many different fronts as secretary of state were absolutely insane, and I thought, I immediately thought of the word evil.

O'REILLY: Yeah, but isn't that inept? Alright you invited Hillary Clinton to your wedding.

O'REILLY: You could have invited anybody to your wedding, you don't invite evil people to your wedding.

TRUMP: I could have invited you to my wedding also.

O'REILLY: Yeah, but I am evil. I mean, evil applies to me.

TRUMP: Well, that's right. I get along with everybody. Bill, when I was in business.

O'REILLY: Wait, but I'm curious about this. Inept I could see, you're saying that her tenure as secretary of state really wasn't good for the country, but that's more of an ineptitude, than -- evil is evil is somebody --

TRUMP: Okay, okay. I could have used inept. I could have used inept, but I could have used evil too, frankly.

O'REILLY: But that's in your mind, that she might be evil.

TRUMP: At a certain point, you say to yourself what's going on over here, how do you make so many bad decisions? You look at what's going on in the Middle East right now, you look at the decisions made by her and President Obama. Whether you call it evil or inept, I really don't care, but a lot of bad things have happened and a lot of death has taken place.

O'REILLY: Alright, so I'm going to say that you don't really think she is evil though? You don't think Mrs. Clinton is evil.

TRUMP: Well, let's just keep it in abeyance, let's see what happens.

O'REILLY: Alright.

Cruz & Sununu Slam Trump For Profane Insult
By: Steve - February 12, 2016 - 10:00am

Ted Cruz on Tuesday said he wouldn't respond in kind to Donald Trump's calling the Texas senator a profane name.

Instead, Cruz went after the outspoken billionaire on healthcare, arguing Trump couldn't defend "his support of government controlled healthcare, of socialized medicine."

"If you vote for me, we're going to repeal every word of ObamaCare. Donald can't defend that substance," Cruz told media in New Hampshire, which is voting Tuesday in its primary.

"So instead, his approach is to engage in a profane insult. I'm not gonna respond in kind."

Trump on Monday night echoed a woman during a rally in Manchester, N.H., who labeled Cruz a profane name (that means wussy) for not coming out in support of waterboarding, which Trump was discussing.

The real estate tycoon defended voicing the term earlier in the day Tuesday, saying on MSNBC that "we were all just having fun."

Trump is leading polls in New Hampshire, but has caught flak for using the term at his rally. Former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu called it "demeaning of the office he's seeking."

Cruz's campaign has argued that Trump resorts to insults after losses, pointing to his loss to Cruz in the Iowa caucuses last week. And they are right, Trump is a far-right fool that should not even be running for President, let alone leading the Republican primary in New Hampshire.

O'Reilly Says The Media Is Not In The Journalism Business Anymore
By: Steve - February 11, 2016 - 11:50am

While he ignores the Flint Michigan water crisis story. All the rest of the media is covering it and reporting on it, except for Bill O'Reilly, who has still not said one word about the story, not one segment, nothing.

This story is why we have journalists, it is a crisis, that has children drinking water with poison in it, government failure and corruption, and on and on. This is a story the founding fathers would want the media to report on, and O'Reilly will not even mention it. Simply because the Governor is a Republican, and it makes Republicans look bad.

The water crisis in Flint Michigan, in which thousands of residents have been exposed to everything from cancer-causing chemicals to lead in their drinking water, dates back nearly two years. But the unfolding story had received almost no coverage from Fox News, until Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder(R) declared a state of emergency for Flint.

Even after that Fox barely covers it, and as I wrote above Bill O'Reilly (who claims to be a fair and balanced non-partisan with a no spin zone) has not said one word about the story, ever.

The water story first broke in April 2014, but the backstory actually dates back to 2011 when Republican Gov. Rick Snyder appointed the first of several emergency managers to help with Flint's financial crisis.

In March 2013, the Flint city council voted to switch the city's water supply from the Detroit water system to a new pipeline to Lake Huron that would take three years to complete, a decision that was given final approval by the state treasurer. In June of that year, Flint's state-appointed emergency manager made the decision -- with state approval -- to use water from the Flint River while the new pipeline was being built, and that switch took effect in April 2014.

Less than a month later, residents began to complain about the smell and taste of the water. The Flint Journal, which had been following the fiscal situation and water switching debate, ran its first stories on the complaints then.

In September 2014, the water tested positive for E. coli and residents were ordered to boil it. General Motors announced that October that it would stop using Flint River water because it could corrode engine parts.

Then, in January 2015, Flint residents were notified that their water system violated the Safe Drinking Water Act because the water contained unacceptable levels of total trihalomethanes (TTHM), dangerous chemicals that are formed as a byproduct of disinfecting water.

"The first time I think you could say that someone else should have started paying attention was that first week of January 2015, that's when I thought we were getting into a big story," Fonger said. "The city, without explanation to anybody, sent out a citywide mailing saying you have excess levels of trihalomethanes. It was astonishing that the city without warning was going to spring this into people's mailboxes."

The next month, the first signs of lead were observed in the city's drinking water -- in University of Michigan-Flint drinking fountains and Flint resident LeeAnne Walters' home. Walters later found her children exposed to lead, with one child having "bona fide lead poisoning."

A county public health emergency was declared in October 2015. In December 2015, Flint Mayor Karen Weaver, who was elected just a month earlier, declared a state of emergency for the city of Flint, seeking state and federal aid. On January 5, Gov. Snyder followed suit.

Many local and national news outlets contend that Snyder's state of emergency declaration and an investigation launched by the Michigan attorney general 10 days later prompted the national media coverage that still continues today.

Except on Fox News, who barely report it, less than 4 minutes, and O'Reilly who has 0 minutes on the story.

Federal Court Says North Carolina Gerrymandered Maps Unconstitutional
By: Steve - February 11, 2016 - 11:30am

This is real news, about voting and the constitution, and of course the so-called journalist Bill O'Reilly never said a word about it, ever, not once. Because it was done by Republicans and he does not want to report on it because it would make the Republican party look bad.

Here is the story Bill O'Reilly is hiding from you:

During the last presidential election, Republican candidate Mitt Romney received slightly more than 50 percent of the popular vote in North Carolina. Nevertheless, Republicans won 9 of the state's 13 seats in the U.S. House under North Carolina's gerrymandered maps.

If a decision handed down by a panel of three federal judges on Friday stands, however, the state will need to change its congressional maps -- and fast. Judge Roger Gregory's opinion for a majority of the panel not only holds that two of the state's congressional districts are the product of an unconstitutional racial gerrymander, it "requires that new districts be drawn within two weeks of the entry of this opinion to remedy the unconstitutional districts."

Thus, the state legislature is now looking at a February 19 deadline to fix its gerrymandered maps.

The Court's opinion in Harris v. McCrory turns on North Carolina congressional districts 1 and 12. According to Judge Gregory's opinion, the state's mapmaker -- a redistricting expert "who served as redistricting coordinator for the Republican National Committee for the 1990, 2000, and 2010 redistricting cycles" -- intentionally packed black voters into these two districts, a decision that would have diminished the impact of the African-American vote in other parts of the state.

The court concludes that North Carolina set a racial quota in each of these districts, and insisted that other considerations must subordinate themselves to this quota.

Indeed, the Court describes the 12th District as a "serpentine district that has been dubbed the least geographically compact district in the Nation" -- though, admittedly, the district owes its odd shape at least as much to the legacy of partisan gerrymandering as it does to the more recent racial gerrymander. As Judge Max Cogburn describes this district in a concurring opinion:
It is a district so contorted and contrived that the United States Courthouse in Charlotte, where this concurrence was written, is five blocks within its boundary, and the United States Courthouse in Greensboro, where the trial was held, is five blocks outside the same district, despite being more than 90 miles apart and located in separate federal judicial districts.

How a voter can know who their representative is or how a representative can meet with those pocketed voters is beyond comprehension.
At the very least, the court's opinion would require the state to redraw the two offending districts, a process that will necessarily have ripple effects into other nearby districts. Moreover, because race often correlates with partisan affiliation, the new maps could give Democrats a better shot at winning some of the affected districts.

But there are several reasons why opponents of gerrymandering should pause before they break out the champagne.

First, the North Carolina case resembles the Supreme Court's recent decision in Alabama Legislative Black Caucus v. Alabama which expressed skepticism of a similar racial gerrymander. The Alabama case, however, involved a much more aggressive gerrymander -- Alabama packed some districts so that over 70 percent of the population would be black, while the two North Carolina districts were only a little over 50 percent black.

And the Supreme Court's decision was only 5-4 in Alabama. It's possible that conservative Justice Anthony Kennedy, in particular, will see the North Carolina case differently than he saw Alabama's.

Additionally, while the Supreme Court has drawn boundaries around states ability to engage in racial gerrymanders, a majority of the Court has left states free to draw politically gerrymandered maps. The result, as Judge Cogburn laments in his concurring opinion, is that "the fundamental principle of the voters choosing their representative has nearly vanished. Instead, representatives choose their voters."

Finally, it's worth noting just how long it took for a court to strike down North Carolina's maps, which were drawn in 2011. Since those maps were drawn, the state ran two entire congressional elections and sent four years worth of congressional delegations to Washington based on the gerrymandered maps.

Even if the state complies with Judge Gregory's February 19 deadline, the message to lawmakers is clear: go ahead and draw the most self-serving maps you can manage, because even if they are struck down it will take the courts years to do so.

Trump Says He Would Ask Sean Hannity Who To Be His Vice President
By: Steve - February 11, 2016 - 11:00am

Which is scary, because Hannity has no political experience, none. He is simply a lying, spinning, propaganda spewing, right-wing fool, that has a biased show on the Fox News Network.



SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Do you give any thought to a VP choice?

DONALD TRUMP: I don't give much thought to it, and look, there are so many out there. So many really good, talented people, and I would have maybe two or three. But I don't want to think about it, I want to think about closing the deal. I want to close the deal. I want do get it done. Get it closed, get it -- and we have plenty of time. I would speak to lots of people about it, and --

HANNITY: Who?

TRUMP: Including you, by the way.

HANNITY: Right.

The Biased Bill O'Reilly Complains About Bias In The Media
By: Steve - February 11, 2016 - 10:00am

Now this is funny, Bill O'Reilly is one of the most biased people in the media, and he works for the most biased news network in America, and yet, he did a segment with the also biased Bernie Goldberg complaining about bias in the media, with no Democratic guest for balance.

And this all happened in the so-called fair and balanced no spin zone, which is just laughable. Because it was two biased right-wing stooges crying about bias from someone else in the media, and they did it with a straight face, without getting hit by lightning.

Now what was the big media bias they were crying about, Rachel Maddow gave a hug to Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton after the debate, yes you heard me right, the so-called bias they complained about was a hug. Which is not even bias, and Rachel Maddow is a known liberal who has an opinion show on MSNBC, just like O'Reilly has on FOX.

In fact, when people slam O'Reilly for bias he defends it and says he does an opinion show so he can give an opinion and have a bias, so you are wrong to slam him for his bias. But when other people (who also have opinion shows) do it then O'Reilly says it is wrong and he does an entire segment on it. When it was not even bias, it was a simple hug instead of a handshake.

That is not bias folks, it's just a hug, some people shake hands and some hug, and Rachel is a hugger. And btw, who made O'Reilly the media police? When did he get the job to be a watchdog on everyone else in the media, never as far as I know. And if someone did get a media watchdog it sure as hell would not be Bill O'Reilly, he would be last on the list.

Here is a partial transcript of the insane segment:

BILL O'REILLY (HOST): But I'm just telling you that when the journalistic entity, whatever it may be, doesn't care anymore, about journalism, then it's a hopeless cause, and that's where we are in the United States.

GOLDBERG: I agree. I totally agree.

O'REILLY: We're in the United States and how many times do I have to present beyond a reasonable doubt -- Look, you saw on NBC News the moderator of a debate hug Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Can you imagine when we were working there a moderator of a debate hugging after the debate was over -- I think she wanted to hug them during the debate but the camera couldn't get into position -- so she had to wait until after the debate.

GOLDBERG: You know, I was trying to be super generous and thinking well, maybe that's the way a woman just shakes hands and says thank you. But there is no way in the world that Rachel Maddow would have hugged Donald Trump and Ted Cruz and Chris Christie and Marco Rubio if she were moderating a Republican debate. So you're right.

O'REILLY: And to Fox News' credit there isn't anybody on this network that would have hugged a presidential contender after a debate. No one. No one. So what I'm trying to get across is that we're living in an age where you say journalism, many of the press entities aren't that anymore. They're not. They're in another business. It's another business model.

Rush Limbaugh Endorsed Republican Liar Ted Cruz
By: Steve - February 11, 2016 - 9:00am

If you are a Republican I am sure it is good news for Cruz, but if you are not a Republican, which is most of America, then this is bad news for Cruz, because a Limbaugh endorsing him will hurt him in the general election, if he ever gets there.

Here is what Limbaugh said:

RUSH LIMBAUGH: Now about Cruz and his being self sufficient, there is no question about that. Here, let me just say something right off the bat, and I've said this before, I opened the program with it yesterday. When I saw what Jeb and Kasich were doing in New Hampshire, at the last minute in order to get votes, they were going left as fast as Dion Sanders can backpedal.

They were moving left faster than anybody I've ever seen anyone go left. And I opened the program yesterday saying you will never, ever have to worry about that with Ted Cruz. And then I expanded on it, and let me say one -- if conservatism is your bag, if conservatism is the dominating factor in how you vote, there is no other choice for you in this campaign than Ted Cruz.

Because you are exactly -- this is the closest in our lifetime we have ever been to Ronald Reagan, in terms of doctrinaire, understandable, articulated, implementable conservatism. There is nobody closer.

Stephen Colbert Calls Out Bill O'Reilly For Spending Hypocrisy
By: Steve - February 10, 2016 - 10:00am

Colbert called out O'Reilly for Supporting Spending on War But Not Anti-Poverty Programs

Colbert said this: The Humanities, Education And The Social Safety Net Are "Vital Aspects Of Our Culture"

He basically called out O'Reilly for supporting unlimited spending on wars, while opposing the social programs that help the poor. And of course O'Reilly had no answer for him, he just defended his hypocritical position.

O'Reilly claims we are broke, so we can not afford to spend so much money on social programs, but then he supports spending whatever the Republicans want on wars and the military. So if a war comes up then O'Reilly says spend whatever you want, but when poor people need help, suddenly we are broke and we can not afford it, which is total hypocrisy from O'Reilly.

Not to mention this, we are not broke, and if we need to we can pay for what we need. The problem is not the social programs, it's all the tax loopholes for the wealthy and the corporations, and the Republicans who over the last 30 years have shifted the tax burden away from the rich to the middle class and the poor.

And btw, Reagan was a terrible President, the only people who think he did a good job are Republicans. Reagan's Administration Had More Documented Corruption Than Any President in U.S. History.

At least 138 Reagan administration officials, including several cabinet members, were investigated for, indicted for, or convicted of crimes. This is the largest number of any U.S. President. Many of them were pardoned by Reagan or President Bush before they could even stand trial.

Reagan Set Records for Budget Deficits. After criticizing President Carter for having a $50 billion deficit, Reagan's own deficits exceeded $200 billion. He tripled the national debt in only eight years.

Reagan's Economic Policies Put Millions of Americans out of Work. When he took office in 1981, unemployment was at 7.5% and dropping. Millions of people continued to lose their jobs for the next two years until unemployment exceeded 10%. It stayed above 10% for nearly a year, peaking at 10.8%.

The financial deregulation and changes to the tax code that President Reagan enacted ultimately caused nearly 750 different financial institutions to fail. All of this cost taxpayers about $150 billion.

After Reagan cut taxes for the rich, the tax revenue to fund the government was so small that the budget deficit grew to four times what it had been under Jimmy Carter. So Reagan borrowed hundreds of billions of dollars from the Social Security trust fund to pay the country's bills. And that money has never been paid back.

When Reagan came into office in January of 1981, the top tax rate was 70%, but when he left office in 1989 the top tax rate was down to only 28%. As Reagan gave the breaks to all his rich friends, there was a lack of revenue coming into the federal government.

In order to bring money back into the government, Reagan was forced to raise taxes eleven times throughout his time in office. Reagan raised taxes seven of the eight years he was in office and the tax increases were felt hardest by the lower and middle class.

As Reagan cut taxes for the wealthy, the government was left with less money to spend. When Reagan came into office the national debt was $900 billion, by the time he left the national debt had tripled to $2.8 trillion.

He also busted the unions so nobody could go on strike without being fired. On August 3rd, 1981, PATCO (Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization) went on strike in an effort to get better pay and safer working conditions. Two days later, taking the side of big business, Ronald Reagan fired 11,345 workers for not returning to work.

This led to corporations following his lead and saying they would fire anyone who went on strike, even though it was illegal. I was working at International Paper Company at the time, local 68, and we went on strike, the company sent out letters to every employee saying if you do not return to work by a specific date you will be permanently laid off, which is the same as being fired, but they claimed that was not being fired, to get around the laws, but if you are permanently laid off, you have been fired.



Partial Transcript:

BILL O'REILLY: Ronald Reagan was a very very good politician. He was an excellent politician. He did what he had to do. But ultimately, he did two things that benefited the country. Turned the economy around. In the Carter years, it was desperate. You remember the gas lines? You had to wait on line to get gasoline in America, it was horrible.

STEPHEN COLBERT (HOST): Reagan ran up huge deficits though.

O'REILLY: He did but it was in the pursuit of bringing down the Soviet Union which was accomplished. So you bring down your major enemy and you have to do it by spending money --

COLBERT: Huge deficits that can be justified by military expenditure but you're saying huge deficits cannot be justified by the humanities, by educating people, by the social safety net? What's the difference to those things? They're both vital aspects of our culture. What is the difference between those two? Why is one justified and not the other?

O'REILLY: All right, this is a classic liberal position.

COLBERT: It's just a question. It's not a position. It's a question, Bill.

O'REILLY: You have to spend money to defend yourself from an enemy who is bent on either conquering you or killing you. That's why we're in this war on terror now. On the arts and educational, we have to get away from this fantasy that the government can solve all the problems by kicking money in, and we can't be promising everybody everything as these pinhead politicians do constantly. Reagan didn't do that by the way.

Facts That Prove O'Reilly & The GOP Wrong On The Economy
By: Steve - February 10, 2016 - 9:00am

Some of the biggest news last Friday was the monthly jobs report that showed we gained 151,000 jobs January and saw unemployment dip to 4.9 percent. While the economy is still far from perfect, and income inequality is still a pressing issue, we have come a very long way from the disaster that eight years of George W. Bush left us with in 2008.

To begin with, we now pay $1.49 a gallon for gas, wow! Here in central Illinois gas is $1.49 a gallon, which is just great, compared to the $3.50 a gallon we were paying a few years ago. That alone saves me a lot of money every month, and it's like getting a raise from your job because you are paying less for gas.

But to hear Bill O'Reilly and the Republicans talk about the economy, you would think things were worse off now than when we were losing hundreds of thousands of jobs every single month under Bush in 2008. It is comical to see O'Reilly and his Republican friends say, with a straight face, that we are worse off now than when Barack Obama was elected.

You have to be delusional to the point of insanity to actually believe that. But the truth is, when Republicans say that, most of them don't really believe it. They just know those who support them are ignorant enough to believe it, and they hope enough people believe the lie to hurt Obama and the Democrats politically.

In his final year in office, President Obama seems to be a bit more outspoken than he has during his first 7 years. Though that's not exactly surprising. After all, at this point, what does he care if he makes some far right conservatives mad a few more times? He has less than a year until he can really say what he wants. While I will miss him being our president, I am looking forward to the day when he's out of office and is allowed to say and do more of what he wants without the constraints of being president.

Comments that may sound similar to what he said Friday when he basically mocked the continued Republican fear-mongering about the economy.

Obama said this: "Those who are running down the economy and adding to the anxiety don't seem to have any plausible, coherent recipe other than cut taxes for those who have been doing the very best in this economy and somehow magically, that's gonna make other folks feel good, or, alternatively they argue the reason you're feeling insecure is because immigrants, or poor people are taking more and more of your paycheck and that is just not true. The facts don't bear that out."

And he is absolutely right. Instead of blaming greed, the real root of our income inequality, Republicans want Americans to blame the poor, immigrants, or Democratic policies. Then their solution to combat income inequality is more of the same exact policies that caused it in the first place.

It would be laughable if it was not hurting millions and millions of Americans.

Imagine for a moment if a Republican president took office in the midst of the worst economic crash since the Great Depression, then proceeded to set an all-time record for consecutive months of private sector job growth (as Obama has) currently at 71 straight months.

O'Reilly, Fox News, and the GOP would be hoisting them up along side Saint Ronald Reagan as one of the best presidents of all-time. Hell, Obama has exceeded many of the promises Mitt Romney said he would accomplish if he were elected in 2012 -- yet O'Reilly and the Republicans still push their ridiculous economic fear-mongering nonsense.

But because it's a half-black Democrat who has presided over this recovery, they call him one of the "worst presidents in history."

Funny how that works, isn't it?

When history looks back on President Obama's eight years in office, we will look at him as one of our nation's best presidents. I predict he will be ranked as one of our top 20 best Presidents, if not higher.

And one of the worst things about it is Bill O'Reilly, he claims to be a non-partisan Independent with a no spin zone, he also says he has no ideology and he is not a Republican who ever uses Republican talking points.

Then he shows that he is partisan, he is not an Independent, he has a right-wing ideology, and he does use Republican talking points. He has 97% right-wing guests, even though he claims his guest list is balanced, and he agrees with all the lies, spin, propaganda, and talking points the GOP puts out.

O'Reilly could be getting paid by the GOP, that is how biased he is, he supports all the Republicans running for President, especially his good friend of 30 years Donald Trump, and he is as right-wing as Hannity, Limbaugh, Coulter, or any of them.

In fact, when I see something in the news, that broke during the day, or late at night, I can predict with 100% accuracy what side of the issue O'Reilly will be on when he reports it that night on his show. He will always be on the far-right side of the issue, he never takes the far-left side on anything, ever, not once.

And what is worse, is he will usually have 6 to 7 Republicans on to discuss it, and sometimes 1 Democrat, but not always, sometimes he has 6 to 7 Republicans and 0 Democrats, so that it looks like he is right on the issue and all the guest agree with him, which also makes it look like he is right.

This is as biased as it gets, there is no Independence, no fairness, and clearly not a no spin zone. It's almost always 99% right-wing bias and all right-wing spin.

Glenn Beck's Media Empire Is Going Broke
By: Steve - February 9, 2016 - 10:00am

And of course you never hear any of this reported by O'Reilly, or anyone at Fox News. Even though Beck is a regular guest on the Factor, O'Reilly never once reports that the Beck empire is going broke and falling apart. While saying he is just great and all the Republicans love and support him.

For 7 years, Joseph Kerry has worked at Mercury Radio Arts, which is the official title for Glenn Beck's production company. Kerry served as Beck's right-hand-man, working as his Chief-of-Staff.

Kerry was responsible for maintaining and strengthening relationships with shareholders, talent, political, corporate and religious leaders and helped launch and then raise millions of dollars in capital for The Blaze.

Kerry was also responsible for leading vendor negotiations, regarding media related services. He even interfaced with CNN Headline News & Fox News teams in collaboration of The Glenn Beck TV show.

Now, Joseph Kerry is no longer associated with TheBlaze, and is instead a partner with Littlecloud Ventures, which is a marketing consulting firm.

Earlier, Chris Balfe, who was Beck’s CEO, and Joel Cheatwood, who was president and chief content officer, also left TheBlaze. Both were responsible for assisting Beck with launching TheBlaze TV.

According to CNN, the two men are now building a digital media company, in which they will serve are partners.

Colleagues and underlings interviewed by The Daily Beast--on condition of anonymity out of fear of retribution--describe Beck’s irresistible personal magnetism and undeniable brilliance that one called “mad genius,” mixed with a colossal streak of narcissism, neediness and, above all, capriciousness that have left them feeling whipsawed and, in many cases, betrayed.

Beck, who turns 52 next week, was not available for an interview.

Attracted by the idealism of The Blaze, Beck's six-year-old multimedia venture--whose heartwarming motto is "We tell the stories of love and courage where the good guys win"--they instead tell stories of a sad and baffling descent from a friendly, positive workplace culture into an abyss of backbiting and paranoia as a company of nearly 300 people dropped to around half that size.

A current Blaze employee said recently: "It's so toxic and fractured that everybody has eyes in the back of their head. You don't know who's about to stab you in the back. So the best thing to do is show up, get your work done, and get out."

The demise of The Blaze--a once-promising and allegedly profitable venture--has increasingly been predicted by media observers.

It was even foretold by Beck himself, at a moment last year when the privately held company claimed to be making money.

"We've got to course-change, and if we don't, we’re either going to go out of business or we're going to be a crappy, soul-sucking business," a frantic Beck, looking pudgy and exhausted in distressed jeans and a pumpkin-colored cardigan, warned Blaze employees during an in-house session last February at the company's New York studios--a video of which was obtained by The Daily Beast.

"You've seen this company start to slide into that crappy zone. No! I'll shut the damn thing down before we become everything we despise."

The majority owner harangued his minions: "We are three million dollars in the hole! That means we are three million dollars from profit. That means I have to take three million dollars out of my wallet, and I have done this now for several years. I don't have money left. I'm out... I need three million dollars in savings by the end of the year. If we wait, it's gonna be massive, bloody cuts."

Massive, bloody cuts soon followed, as the debt ballooned to at least $5 million and as much as $10 million, according to current and former Blaze employees.

On May 11, 2015--a day Beck staffers have dubbed "Black Monday"--dozens were laid off in New York and the Dallas suburb of Irving, Texas. There, Beck had purchased a 72,000-square-foot studio complex and corporate headquarters in the Las Colinas neighborhood, and built his fake Oval Office.

Beck, meanwhile, showed up in Las Colinas driving his brand new Maybach, proudly showing off the nearly-$200,000 sleek black sedan that he'd just purchased to add to his fleet of luxury vehicles, including an armored, bulletproof Mercedes limo and a similarly outfitted Chevy Suburban.

So his company is going broke, laying people off, and losing millions every year, and he is still buying $200,000 cars, yeah that's smart. And his friend Bill O'Reilly never says a word about any of it, while acting as if Beck is making a fortune and his company is doing great, when he is going broke and running the company into the ground. I would bet that the people finally woke up and saw that he is nothing but a con-man who is scamming them.

Last summer, say former Beck staffers, American Express suddenly declined charges on corporate credit cards for the booking of airline tickets and hotel rooms for guests on Blaze programs.

Several employees--like Beck confidant Kraig Kitchin, the co-founder of Premiere Radio Networks who was The Blaze's interim CEO until he resigned last week--were forced to charge business expenses on their personal credit cards.

One former employee told The Daily Beast that he's still waiting for a $200 reimbursement for an expense that he claimed six months ago.

"I know much of what has happened since December of 2014, but also much of it has been structural and behind the curtain," Beck wrote in an email last week on the occasion of Kitchin's resignation as chief executive of The Blaze.

"We were a company that was swimming in debt. With the hard work of Kraig, Jonathan Schreiber, and now Misty Kawecki, the chief financial officer we will be debt free by summer. This is miraculous and takes all of the downward pressure off of us."

Yet some of the signs for the business are hardly reassuring. In November 2014, for instance, TheBlaze.com was attracting 29 million unique visitors per month, according to figures from the Web traffic measure service Quantcast. But by November 2015, monthly traffic for the TheBlaze.com had dropped to 16.4 million unique visitors, and traffic for the associated website GlennBeck.com had plunged from 4.4 million to 1.4 million uniques.

Many of the pinked-slipped staffers, drawn by Beck's charisma and ambitious plans for original television, feature films, and even a theme park--following the business model of Beck's other hero, Walt Disney--had left secure jobs at CNN, Fox News, and elsewhere, and some had uprooted families in far-off cities, to join what seemed an exciting, inspiring adventure.

Limbaugh Is Mad That Fox Reports Bad News About Republicans
By: Steve - February 9, 2016 - 9:00am

In the world of Rush Limbaugh, if you report any bad news about Republicans you are the bad guy, even if you are a news network that has a little slogan that claims they are fair and balanced. Even when they report and spin good news for Republicans 90% of the time, in Limbaughland if you report any bad news at all about Republicans you are slime.

Notice that in the insane world of Rush Limbaugh it is a crime for a conservative to say anything bad about another conservative, he said this: "conservative on conservative crime, so to speak."

Here is a partial transcript of some nonsense from Rush Limbaugh, enjoy:

RUSH LIMBAUGH: We had a caller yesterday, 'you know Rush? Fox News just doesn't seem as conservative anymore, no no no, they're always attacking conservatives, they're attacking, and suddenly they got all these liberals on there now, these analysts, and their experts and whatever. Strategists.

They're always going after conservatives now, at that debate, and I just don't understand, what does it mean?' And so I sought to explain to yesterday's caller, what I thought the explanation for this was. Bill O'Reilly aired that and then began a discussion of it with Katie Pavlich, who is the editor of Townhall.com. So here is O'Reilly setting it up.

OK so that's O'Reilly playing the soundbite clip of me and then reacting to it. The point is - by the way, yesterday is not first time I've said this. I'm blue in the face saying it. I think it's true, not just of Fox. Hell, it explains half the behavior pattern of the GOP establishment.

They're tired of what people think of them, they want to just correct them or disabuse them of the notion and you get inside these capitals, the Washingtons, the New Yorks, inside these places, and the culture where the left runs them, the Democrats run both the corporate and social culture in these towns. And I don't have any doubt that being accused of being conservative is not cool. To a lot of people.

No, no, and so to demonstrate that they're fair - I don't think it's really trying to demonstrate they're not conservative. I think a better way of saying it is, that there are some people at Fox, and I don't know that it's a corporate thing, I just think some people think that if they go after conservatives, that they'll be seen as fair and not in the tank for anybody.

No more complicated than that. And I think its true of not just of people in the media, or at Fox, but if you ever encounter conservative on conservative crime, so to speak, I think one of the explanations is, that whoever is doing the criticizing is attempting to curry favor with whoever the power structure where they live is, so that they will not be lumped in with all these crazy, wacko pro-life conservatives and so forth.

Wait, didn't they just make my point there? Didn't they sort of in a sequitous way, make my point they want to be known as tough on both sides. They want to be known as being able to be tough on both sides, but nobody at NBC, or CBS, or ABC, or CNN worries about that. Does anybody ever get mad at CNN for the way they might go after, say Bill de Blasio, have you ever heard it happen?

Have you ever heard anybody complain at CNN about the way they go after Michael Moore? Take your pick of whoever. It doesn't happen, does it? I just don't think it's a complicated thing here at all.

What O'Reilly's point is 'we're in broadcast news, we do not have chosen sides, chosen candidates. We do not have favorites but talk radio does. Talk radio is - the hosts always favor somebody, and they are never skeptical, they're not skeptical of that person.'

I think talk radio holds more people accountable and in a tougher way than you'll find in a whole host of places. But anyway, that's what it was.

Senate Democrats Block Energy Bill After Republicans Refuse Aid For Flint
By: Steve - February 8, 2016 - 10:00am

Senate Democrats stood with Flint today by blocking the advancement of an energy bill after Republicans continued to drag their feet on an aid package for the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.

The final vote was 46-50. Republicans finished 16 votes short of the total needed to advance the energy bill.

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) called out Republicans two days ago on the Senate floor for their hypocrisy towards Flint.

Reid said this:
Last year Texas was devastated with historic flooding, it was the federal government that stepped in to provide disaster relief for the people of Texas. Who stepped in? The federal government stepped in to help the people of Texas. That's why I was disappointed to see the senior Senator from Texas say: "While we all have sympathy for what's happened in Flint this is primarily a local and state responsibility."

He didn't say that when the flooding was taking place last year.

Last year as Florida was hit with extreme flooding, the Senator who finished third last night in the Iowa caucuses (Marco Rubio) called for federal disaster assistance. But when it comes to the children and families of Flint, that Senator instead cautions against our action. He said he had not followed the situation closely but that:

"I believe the federal government's role in some of these things (is) largely limited unless it involves a federal jurisdictional issue."

Senator Rubio is not alone. Republican Senators routinely rush to the floor to demand federal aid when trouble hits their backyard. That's the right thing to do - Americans help each other in times of crisis.

This week, the Senate has a chance to help the families suffering through a public health crisis, I hope Republicans who have requested federal aid in the past won't turn their backs on the people of Flint. If a federal government response is necessary for natural disasters, shouldn't the federal government help respond to this man-made disaster?
Michigan Democratic Senators Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters vowed to block the bipartisan energy bill until an amendment containing aid to Flint was agreed to. Negotiators are making progress, but some Republicans like Sen. Jim Inhofe (OK) insulted Democrats by proposing that aid to Flint be paid for out of vehicle manufacturing loan program.

In other words, Republicans are looking to take funding away from one key program that is key to Michigan to pay for aid to Flint.

Democrats should remember the Republican reluctance to help Flint the next time a Republican demands aid for his state after a disaster.

Senate Democrats are standing with Flint and are vowing to continue their blockade of the energy bill until an aid package is passed for Flint.

Voters In Iowa Caucus Say Sanders Got Cheated Out Of Delegates
By: Steve - February 7, 2016 - 11:50am

Keane Schwarz is certain he knows the outcome of the vote in his precinct: Because he was the only caucusgoer in Woodbury County No. 43.

But the Iowa Democratic Party's final results state that Hillary Clinton won one county No. 43 delegate and Bernie Sanders received zero.

"I voted for Bernie," Schwarz, 36, of Oto, told The Des Moines Register.

"It was really suspicious. I'm actually pretty irate about it." Complaints that Iowa Democrats have shared with the Register about discrepancies in caucus results appear to be valid. Party officials on Friday night were still reviewing reports and correcting errors and hadn't yet shared candidates updated totals of state delegate equivalents, which determine the winner of the caucuses. It also doesn't help the optics that the state party chairwoman drove around for years in a car with "HRC2016" license plates.

Several caucusgoers told the Register they thought Sanders had been shorted county delegates, including in Knoxville No. 3. A total of 110 people were present for the final vote, and the count was 58 people for Sanders and 52 people for Clinton -- which amounted to five county delegates for Sanders and four for Clinton, said Lonnie McCombs, a 59-year-old Knoxville Democrat who is retired from careers in the military and in manufacturing.

But when the Knoxville Journal Express newspaper posted the Democratic Party's official results, it showed Knoxville No. 3 results as Clinton with five county delegates and Sanders with four.

Steve Eck, who was Clinton's precinct captain for Knoxville No. 3, confirmed: "Somebody transposed those numbers."

In Cedar Rapids No. 9, the precinct's four delegates split evenly between Sanders and Clinton, who won by just one person's vote. 131 people signed in at the beginning of the caucus but two separate head counts showed that 136 people voted.

I hate to say it, but this looks bad for the Iowa Democratic party and the DNC. It's starting to look like the DNC and the Iowa state party rigged the vote for Clinton, which is sad, because if they did, they are no better than the Republicans who cheat in elections.

Republican Says The Right-Wing Media Controls The Republican Party
By: Steve - February 7, 2016 - 11:30am

Michael Smerconish: Right Wing Media Has "Supplanted The Leadership Of The GOP"

"Look To The Leadership Of The Republican Party. I'm Talking About Beck And Limbaugh And Hannity"



Partial Transcript:

BROOKE BALDWIN (HOST): So here you wrote this column this week essentially talking about these incredibly popular conservative radio show hosts and talk show hosts who essentially you're saying have a grip on Republicans.

MICHAEL SMERCONISH: A greater -- I argue they have a greater sway on the GOP base than does the party leadership. And that that has taken place over last the 30 years. Brooke, when I'm out and about, not answering the phone on my own radio program, but leading my real life, people engage me about politics and what I hear most often is the question, people will say, explain to me, how did Donald Trump get to be the front-runner? How did Ted Cruz, two relatively bombastic personalities, get to be in this position?

BALDWIN: What do you say?

SMERCONISH: And I say look to the leadership of the Republican Party. I'm not talking about Reince Priebus. I'm not talking about Sean Spicer. I'm talking about Beck and Limbaugh and Hannity, because they've supplanted the leadership of the GOP. And so those candidates are a reflection, I think, of the talk radio world. And -

BALDWIN: Rhetoric, everything that's been stirred up --

SMERCONISH: Absolutely stirring the pot. But the problem I think is the party exists, the Republican Party, Democratic Party, for one purpose, to win elections. Those personalities exist for a different purpose which is to attract ears and eyeballs and clicks and frankly to make money. And I think those purposes are at odds.

O'Reilly & Fox Spin The Good Job Numbers Report
By: Steve - February 7, 2016 - 11:00am

In O'Reillyworld and on Fox News, good jobs numbers, higher wages, and lower unemployment are bad news. While the rest of the country sees it all as good news, especially the higher wages and increase in manufacturing jobs.

O'Reilly even had Trump and Christie on to talk doom and gloom about the good reports, while not having any Democrats on to counter their right-wing spin. O'Reilly, Trump, and Christie all slammed the report saying there are no good new jobs, which ignores the fact that 29,000 of them were in manufacturing, and that wage growth is up 2.5% over the last year.

It's all bad news for them, even though it is good news, and O'Reilly who has been complaining about wages going down, did not mention that wages are up over the last 12 months. Which are facts they all ignored to slam the Obama economy.

And that is why no Democrats were on to counter their spin, because they do not want you to hear or know the truth, and if these numbers had come out under a Republican President, they would praise them and say what a good job the Republian is doing, as they did under Bush when good numbers were reported on his watch.

It was not just O'Reilly, Trump, and Christie lying to you either, it was pretty much everyone at Fox.

Manufacturing Employment Hit a 7-Year High, And Fox Complains About The Lack Of Manufacturing Job.

Fox News attempted to negatively spin a January jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) by complaining about a lack of manufacturing jobs being created. Unfortunately for Fox, the report actually revealed robust job creation in manufacturing, which put total employment in that industry at a seven-year high.

On February 5, the BLS released its monthly "Employment Situation" summary for January 2016. The data showed that the economy created 151,000 jobs last month, and the unemployment rate fell marginally to 4.9 percent -- its lowest point since February 2008.

Economists and experts agreed that the report was "very encouraging."

On the February 5th edition of Fox News Your World, host Neil Cavuto and Fox Business host Gerri Willis complained that the report did not show enough evidence of job creation in well-paid industries like manufacturing.
GERRI WILLIS: A jobless rate of 4.9 percent, that is an eight-year low, looks so good. Lucious, right? Maybe not... The number of jobs created in the month, you're showing it right now: 151,000. A disappointment compared to what we expected: 200,000.

Now, good news on the wages front, up over the last 12 months 2.5 percent. You can see that there, $25.39 an hour. So that seems to be good news. Dig further though, Neil, what do we see? Here's what we see, the jobs created are disappointing.

58,000 retail jobs, we're talking about clerks, cashiers, people who walk through the Walmart, those are the kinds of jobs created. And also, restaurant and bars, so waitresses, waiters, bartenders, 47,000 jobs created.

We know from experience that these aren't the kind of jobs that can really fuel family growth, fuel family wealth. This isn't what the middle class needs right now, and that's what's so disappointing about this jobs report, today.

We're not seeing the kinds of big-time manufacturing jobs being created in this economy, and that's what Americans really need.
Now if you can do math, there is a problem, because 58 and 47 does not add up to 151, that means Fox is not telling you about the rest of the jobs created in January, and that includes the 29,000 manufacturing jobs that pay good money and are a big part of the 2.5% increase in wages.

The jobs report Cavuto and Willis discussed actually showed robust job creation in manufacturing (+29,000). MarketWatch columnist Rex Nutting noted that those 29,000 new workers pushed total manufacturing employment to 12.4 million, a seven-year high.

Apparently, no one told American manufacturers that their business is collapsing, because they kept on hiring more workers in January.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday that manufacturing companies added 29,000 workers in January to reach a seven-year high of 12.4 million. After a soft patch in the middle of last year, it was the fourth month in a row that manufacturing payrolls had increased.

These are facts, the facts that O'Reilly, Trump, Christie, Cavuto, and Willis did not tell you about. Basically, they cherry picked and lied about the actual numbers, to spin a good jobs report into bad news to make Obama and the Democrats look bad.

Not only were factories hiring, they were working their employees longer shifts. Average weekly hours rose a tick to 40.7 hours in January, which is significant because the manufacturing workweek is considered to be one of the best leading indicators for the health of the economy as a whole.

This is what O'Reilly and Fox do, lie to you and ignore the facts, for political reasons.

How The Media Covered The Flint Michigan Water Crisis
By: Steve - February 7, 2016 - 10:00am

A couple networks covered it a little, one network and anchors covered it a lot, and one never covered it at all, including Bill O'Reilly who has not spent 1 minute on the story, and to this day has still not covered it at all.

This story hit the media in June of 2014, it was reported on a Flint radio news show. Since then, before January 5, 2016, MSNBC had 68 minutes of coverage, CBS has 2 minutes and 35 seconds, NBC had 2 minutes and 32 seconds, ABC 0 minutes, Fox Business and Fox News, 0 minutes, CNN, 0 minutes.

The O'Reilly Factor, 0 minutes, including now, O'Reilly has never reported the story one time.

Zero Minutes of coverage of the Flint water crisis on Fox News primetime programming prior to January 5, 2016, when the state of emergency was declared.

Think about that, a state of emergency is declared in America, where the national guard are called in, and O'Reilly ignored the entire story, and as of 2-2-16 he has still not said one word about it, and does not plan to report on it on the Tuesday 2-2-16 show either. And he has the #1 rated show in all of cable news, yet he ignored the story for 1.5 years.

The Detroit Free Press reported it in January of 2015, that is over a year ago, so it was in the media. This is a story of political crimes, corruption, a cover up, and who knows what else, it was made for cable news to cover, and yet Fox and O'Reilly ignore it all.

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

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

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

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

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

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


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