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Americans Trust Jon Stewart More Than Limbaugh, Hannity & Beck
By: Steve - October 22, 2014 - 10:00am

Here is another study you will never see O'Reilly report on.

A new Pew Research Journalism Project study found that Americans trust Jon Stewart's fake newscast to deliver the news about government and politics more than they trust Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck.

The Pew survey analyzed political polarization and media habits. One of their conclusions was that a comedian delivering a fake newscast is more trusted than the top three conservative talk radio stars who influence Republican politics.

The study asked who people trusted most to deliver the news about politics and government. ABC, NBC, and CNN all topped 50% in trust.

The least trusted sources were Rush Limbaugh (39%), Fox News (37%), Glenn Beck (24%), and Sean Hannity (21%). The sources least trusted by the overall population were the ones that conservatives trusted the most. Conservatives most trusted Fox News (88%), Sean Hannity (62%), Rush Limbaugh (58%), and Glenn Beck (51%).

Jon Stewart's The Daily Show was trusted by 16% of total respondents. Stewart's trust level of 16%, which was higher than Sean Hannity's (12%), Rush Limbaugh's (12%), and Glenn Beck's (10%).

This means that Jon Stewart is a more trusted source for news than the three of the four sources that conservatives trust the most.

The disconnect between what the population as a whole deems trustworthy compared to what conservatives trust is more evidence that conservatives are living in an ideological bubble.

When a comedian has more credibility than three of the four most trusted conservative media figures, it is a sign that the conservative movement is reinforcing it's own beliefs with a self fulfilling cycle of ideological talking points.

The American people aren't stupid. The only people being fooled by Limbaugh, Hannity, Beck and the other conservatives are the desperate true believers of the conservative movement.

The Monday 10-21-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - October 21, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: Why Americans Believe Things Are Out of Control. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: A new poll of likely voters in states where midterm races are tight clearly demonstrates that most Americans are uneasy. 64% say things in the United States feel like they are out of control. But when asked if the election for the House and Senate were held today, 41% said they would vote for the Democratic candidate, 36% for the Republican, and 23% don't know yet.

If a whopping 64% of Americans think the country is out of control, why would anyone vote for a Democratic candidate? The answer is emotion. The Democrats have been very successful in convincing some voters that the Republican Party favors the rich and is anti-woman. What is certainly true is that the Democratic Party and President Obama have not been successful in making America a stronger country.

We are much weaker than we were six years ago. So if you are voting for the country, you would be less likely to support the Democrats. But if you are voting just for yourself and what you can get from the government, the option the Democrats provide is attractive. Part of the reason the USA is in trouble is that President Obama puts ideology over tough, practical solutions.

Ebola is a good example. Overwhelmingly, Americans want a travel ban on countries where the epidemic is raging. The president dissents, saying a ban would 'make the disease even harder to track.' But Senegal and Nigeria have prohibited West Africans in the neighboring Ebola-plagued districts from entering and that strategy has been effective.

Based on that, a travel ban to America is certainly appropriate, but the president continues to say no. That's one of many examples of ideology trumping practical solutions to vexing problems. We are living in a dangerous, complicated world. We need problem solvers, not ideologues.
Comment: That is all ridiculous, and nothing but right-wing nonsense. People would vote for Democrats because most of them actually represent the people, unlike most Republicans who only represent the wealthy, the corporations, the NRA, and the religious right groups. In fact, you are an idiot if you vote Republican because they do not give a damn what the people want.

We are not weaker since Obama took office, we are much better, O'Reilly just will not admit it because he is a Republican and a big ideologue. Him saying we do not need ideologues is laughable, because he is one, and almost everyone at Fox is too. Virtually every measure of the country is better now, from the stock market, to the economy, to jobs, to unemployment, O'Reilly just ignores it all because it has happened under a Democratic President.

And not only that, go back and look at the economic improvements by President, and you will see that the economy always does better under Democrats, something O'Reilly never reports and will not tell you about.

Then Juan Williams and Mary K. Ham were on to talk about the insane Talking Points Memo. And for once Juan Williams gave O'Reilly a true fact check.

Williams said this: "You are looking at some facts in isolation. You talk about people saying the country is in a chaotic situation, but they've been saying that for more than a decade. Republicans are trying to undermine Obama and trust in government by saying things are out of control because of Obama and the Democrats. There is paranoia and fear without any legitimate grounds."

Ham said this: "I'm willing to listen to an epidemiologist who says a travel ban isn't the best idea. But they don't bother to say that to the American people, they say, 'Shut up, stupid little people, we will not be doing a travel ban, why are you racist?' These clumsy bureaucratic systems are not working."

Then Benjamin Crump was on to talk about new reports that say forensic evidence indicates that Michael Brown may have tried to wrestle the gun from Officer Darren Wilson in their Ferguson confrontation.

Brown family attorney Benjamin Crump said this: "We still haven't gotten anything official from the prosecutor's office. But even if we are to accept this allegation as true, it doesn't explain the other shots and the fact that Michael Brown was running away from the police officer. That's why his family is begging for charges to be brought, so there can be a trial and it can be transparent."

Then O'Reilly had Stacey Dash from Fox news on to try and help him make people believe there is no white privelege in America today. Which is just laughable, and O'Reilly only makes himself look more stupid every time he denies it. And on top of that, her parents were drug addicts, which proves nothing.

Dash said this: "I couldn't understand why they weren't around, or why there were so many fights and why we were moving so much. When you have so much sadness, it's excruciating, and I found that if I got angry it motivated me more. I had to fight a lot, I had to prove that I was not going to be pushed around. But in the past few years I realized that anger was unsustainable and I had to find another way, so I just got closer to God."

Dash also urged black Americans to avoid believing that "white privilege" is holding them down, saying this: "The disenfranchised and the uninformed have to be educated. Your life and your destiny is not dependent on somebody else. It's your responsibility."

Comment: And none of what she said, or what O'Reilly said, disproves their is white privilege. It's a waste of time to even argue about it, and I will no longer report on this nonsense. Everyone with a working brain understands there is white privilege, and that is a fact, just look at one stat, when whites go to a bank to get a home loan a higher percentage of white than blacks get them, that is a fact and 100% proof there is white privilege.

Then Karl Rove was on to talk about a new poll of Republicans showing that Mitt Romney leads the pack of prospective contenders.

Rove said this: "Most Republicans have concluded that Romney will not be a candidate, but if he were a prospective candidate I think his number would be even higher."

Comment: Which shows how stupid Republicans are, Romney was a terrible candidate who made dumb mistake after dumb mistake, and they want him to run again, it's just laughable. I hope he does, because Hillary will beat him worse than Obama did, and then maybe he will go away forever.

O'Reilly scoffed at Rove's prediction that Mitt Romney will not run for the presidency, saying this: "Why would any human being get up at five in the morning to talk with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday if he were not running? He's going to campaign for the nomination, just wait and see."

Then the worthless moron Jesse Watters was on, he was in New York City to ask some people about the Ebola scare. Here are some of their responses: "It's the disease that comes from the dirty water" ... "I had it recently, I was very sick to my stomach" ... "I think people are overreacting" ... "I think it's a conspiracy."

Watters then said this: "They don't know anything. But it's understandable because the CDC is confused about what Ebola is and people are too."

Comment: And that is biased garbage, people do not know about Ebola because it has never been a problem here and never will be, basically nobody cares about it. The only people who care are the morons in the media, nobody else cares and if you do not watch the news you barely even know someone in America had Ebola.

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: Be Careful How You Act In Public. Billy said this: "If you become intoxicated in public, it's very possible that your actions will be captured on video and could haunt you the rest of your life."

Republican Right Embraces Long Tradition Of Pandering To Fear
By: Steve - October 21, 2014 - 10:00am

Now take note of all the points made in this article by Robert Creamer about how the Republican party uses fear tactics. Take special note of how Bill O'Reilly does the very same thing, as if the Republican party spin doctors scripted it for him. O'Reilly does every single thing mentioned in this article, even though he claims to be a non-partisan Independent who never uses any GOP talking points.

Republican Right Embraces Its Long, Hypocritical Tradition of Pandering to Fear

By Robert Creamer

10-14-14 -- They're back. Like the fourth sequel to a bad horror movie, the Republican Right has once again chosen to embrace its long ignoble, hypocritical tradition of pandering to -- and stoking -- fear.

As the election nears, their ads are filled with images of ISIL terrorists, Ebola viruses, Secret Service breaches, and "porous" borders through which knife-wielding Muslim extremists are surely infiltrating every corner of our society. It's not just disgusting. It's also hypocritical. The fact is that the Republicans have an abysmal record when it comes to defending the security of ordinary Americans.

Last week, the New York Times reported that:
Darkness is enveloping Americans politics. With four weeks to go before the midterm elections, Republicans have made questions of how safe we are -- from disease, terrorism or something unspoken and perhaps more ominous -- central in their attacks against Democrats. Their message is decidedly grim: President Obama and the Democratic Party run a government that is so fundamentally broken it cannot offer its people the most basic protection from harm.
But this is nothing new. Right-wing demagogues have perfected their techniques for appealing to our darkest fears for decades. It's embedded in their DNA. Who can forget Senator Joe McCarthy in the 1950's who fomented the "red scare" and claimed to "have in his hand a list of Communists" who had infiltrated the government -- of General Dwight Eisenhower.

McCarthy and his followers cowed many in politics, government, and entertainment with charges that they were "un-American" for years before his tactics so sickened the country that the term "McCarthyism" is now used to denote " the practice of making accusations of disloyalty, subversion, or treason without proper regard for evidence".

Then there was Sarah Palin, who fabricated the fictitious "death panels" of the Affordable Care Act.

Even the genial George H.W. Bush won election by stooping to the racist demagoguery of the infamous "Willie Horton" commercial.

Last summer, you would have thought that there was an enemy army at our southern border -- not 10-year-old refugees from violence in Central America. And earlier this month, Congressman Duncan Hunter "revealed" that his secret sources had tipped him off that ten ISIL terrorists had been apprehended at the border trying to infiltrate the United States.

Turns out that, according to the Department of Homeland Security and Border Patrol, Hunter's charge was sheer fabrication based on no evidence whatsoever.

But the thing that really makes this kind of fear mongering so outrageous is the fact that Republicans themselves have such a horrific record keeping Americans safe and secure.

Let us recall that the worst attack on our homeland in American history -- 9/11 -- occurred after the Bush administration had ignored warnings that Osama Bin Laden was planning an attack. That attack did not happen under Bill Clinton or Barack Obama -- it happened under Mr. "War on Terror" George W. Bush.

And let's also recall that for all his bravado following the attack, the Bush administration failed to apprehend Osama Ben Laden. Barack Obama did.

Of course it was the Bush administration that kicked over the sectarian hornet's nest in Iraq in the first place, with a completely unnecessary war that was bungled so badly that it created a Sunni power vacuum and created the conditions for the development of ISIL.

And the Iraq War was, itself, the product of precisely the same kind of Republican fear mongering we see today. It was, after all, Saddam Hussein's non-existent nuclear program that the war was ostensibly launched to destroy. Remember Condoleezza Rice's famous line: "But we don't want the smoking gun to be a mushroom cloud"?

Republican advertisements try to sow insecurity with their disturbing images of Ebola viruses and the fear of an American epidemic. But they don't mention that it was the GOP that has slashed funding for the Centers for Disease Control -- the first line of defense against Ebola and other viral threats to the United States.

And in real dollars, Republican budget cutting has also slashed the National Institutes of Health (NIH) by 23 percent over the last decade. In fact the NIH Director, Dr. Francis Collins says that if the agency had not gone through a 10-year slide in research support a vaccine for Ebola would be ready today.

The GOP has made much of recent Secret Service security breaches at the White House -- without ever noting that their sequester has starved the Secret Service of needed personnel.

The most disgusting GOP ads this cycle are probably the ones that whip up fear of immigrants flooding into America and bringing with them diseases and embedded ISIL terrorists. These amazing ads take all of the ingredients of Republican fear mongering and conflate them into an inflammatory cocktail of fictitious boogeymen.

They are all aimed at playing upon the legitimate economic anxiety of ordinary Americans and convincing them that Barack Obama and his Democratic allies are endangering their safety and security.

And, of course, they completely ignore that by every measure the borders of the United States are massively more secure today than they were during the Bush administration.

If you broaden the lens to focus on that underlying economic insecurity, the Republican record gets even worse. It was Republican George W. Bush whose economic policies led to the most catastrophic meltdown of the economy in half a century.

When Barack Obama became president the economy was bleeding 800,000 jobs a month. Obama's stimulus policies, on the other hand, have led to the longest sustained period of private sector jobs growth (55 months) in modern history.

Most middle class Americans -- and those aspiring to be middle class -- wouldn't have a clue from their personal lives that America is in fact wealthier per person today than at any other time in history. That's because those Republican economic and tax policies allowed the top 1 percent of CEOs and Wall Street bankers to siphon off virtually all of the economic growth America has experienced over the last 30 years and left the middle class with stagnating incomes.

The GOP has consistently opposed changing the Bush era tax policies that greatly contributed to the ever-greater concentration of wealth in the hands of a few. And they have fought tooth and nail to stop popular Democratic proposals that would improve the economic security of the middle class and prevent the continued concentration of wealth -- like raising the minimum wage, equal pay for women, continued unemployment benefits, asking the wealthy to pay their fair share of taxes, and lightening the burden of student loans.

Then there's retirement security. The Republicans failed plan to privatize Social Security would have eliminated the Social Security guarantee and forced middle class families to rely on the ups and downs of the stock market for their retirement prospects. If your idea of retirement security is a Las Vegas roulette wheel, the GOP is the party for you.

And now they have tried the same thing with Medicare -- with a wildly unpopular plan to replace the Medicare guarantee with vouchers for private insurance that would raise out of pocket costs for seniors by several thousand dollars a year. And the Republicans say they are concerned with our "security"?

Let's not forget Republican fear mongering about the budget deficit. Throughout the Obama presidency, GOP-Tea Party politicians have inveighed against an "exploding deficit" that would surely turn America into an economic basket case. America will go the way of Greece, they claimed.

All of this deficit handwringing has been intended to promote austerity policies intended to allow them to shrink government down so it can be "drowned in a bathtub." Never mind that those austerity policies have been a disaster in Europe where they have actually been tried.

But once again the GOP has not stopped at fear-mongering. Its deficit hypocrisy has been nothing short of breathtaking. The truth of the matter is that it was the Bush-Cheney regime that left the nation with ballooning deficits as a result of their tax cuts for the rich and spending on the Iraq War.

During the Bush years, Cheney was quoted as saying "deficits don't matter." So it shouldn't surprise anyone that as they left office the federal deficit hit a whopping 9.8 percent of Gross Domestic Product.

And, the Obama stimulus policies that Republicans claimed would explode the deficit have actually shrunk the deficit by over half. It is now anticipated to be only 2.8 percent of GDP in 2014 -- lower than its average for the last 40 years of 3.1 percent.

It's no surprise given this record that the GOP has resorted to fear mongering and demagoguery so often in its history. When you really just represent the interests of the top one or two percent of the population -- of the Corporate CEO's and Wall Street Bankers -- it's hard to convince ordinary Americans that they should entrust you with the leadership of their country unless you can distract them with fear.

The GOP offers fear because it cannot offer hope.

Republicans have a horrible record of securing the nation against physical danger and against economic disaster, so to compensate they bluster on and on about the "security and safety" of the American people.

They're like the sanctimonious televangelist who rails on and on against fornication and ends up getting caught in bed with an underage hooker.

And in the end, history will deal with the demagoguery of Right Wing Republicans like Ted Cruz the same way it dealt with demagoguery of Joe McCarthy. If he's "lucky" maybe future generations will even label all acts of demagogic, hypocritical fear mongering as "Cruzism."

It's Official: The Far-Right Laura Ingraham Has Lost Her Mind
By: Steve - October 20, 2014 - 10:00am

On October 17th, Laura Ingraham said this on her radio show: "The Left Believes Americans Should Die From Ebola To Repay Our Debt To Africa"

Which is just pure insanity, I am on the left and I sure as hell do not think that, and I do not know any other liberals who think that. It's ridiculous, we do not want anyone to die from Ebola (or anything else) to repay any kind of debt to Africa.

It's madness to say such a thing, and it is something you would expect a lunatic in an insane asylum to say. And it's not just insanity, it's stupid, because if Ebola does get out of control in America, it would also kill liberals, so to make the claim she did is not only crazy, it's the kind of talk you would hear from an idiot.

Nobody on the left wants that, ever. We do not want anyone to die for anything. And think about this, O'Reilly uses this lunatic as his fill-in host when he takes time off. So what does that say about O'Reilly, it says he is also a far-right nut who supports what she says, otherwise he would fire her as his fill-in host and denounce what she said. Instead, he ignores it and continues to let her host his show.

Gas Prices Fall Below $3.00 A Gallon: O'Reilly & Fox Silent
By: Steve - October 19, 2014 - 10:00am

Think back to about a year ago, gas prices were about $4.00 a gallon and the partisan hacks at Fox went wild over it. O'Reilly slammed Obama almost every night for the high gas prices, blaming him and his economic policies for the prices. Almost every host at Fox used the high gas prices to slam Obama and blame him for it.

Now we are at a point to where gas prices are below $3.00 a gallon, here in East Peoria many stations are down to $2.99 or less. And all over the country many states are seeing gas below $3.00 a gallon.

So what do we hear from O'Reilly and the partisan hacks at Fox, nothing, silence. Suddenly it is not Obama's fault for gas prices, O'Reilly never says a word about gas prices these days, he never mentions it at all.

Just as he does not say a word about Obamacare anymore, he does not say a word about low gas prices, because he can not use it as a political hammer to slam Obama anymore, so he just ignores it. He also does not report any economic news, or jobs reports, or the unemployment rate, or any economic news at all.

Because it's all good news now and he can not use it for cheap shots against the President. You would think the #1 rated show on cable news would report on the stock market, the jobs numbers, and the unemployment numbers, and you would be wrong. I watch the Factor every night and O'Reilly never reports any of it, because it would make Obama look good.

The DOW has set record high after record high over the last 6 to 9 months, and O'Reilly has not reported any of them, none, zero. But every time the DOW set a record high under Bush O'Reilly reported it every single time. And not only did O'Reilly report them under Bush, he gave Bush credit for it and even said it was a measure of how good a job Bush was doing as President.

Which O'Reilly now does not do under Obama, he ignores it, does not give Obama credit for it, and does not say it shows that Obama is doing a good job. This is called bias, flat out right-wing political bias, and yet O'Reilly claims to be fair and balanced and even says he has been fair to Obama, which is just laughable.

For the last 9 months or so the DOW has broke 16,000, then 17,000, and set record highs multiple times, and not once did O'Reilly ever report it. But as soon as the DOW has a few days where it dropped, guess what, O'Reilly reported that. Last week he had the biased hack Lou Dobbs on to discuss the short term drop in the market, while ignoring the 9 months of increases.

Folks, these are facts, I have documented it in my blog. It is 100% proof O'Reilly is a biased stooge who only reports bad news that makes Obama look bad, while ignoring all the good news that makes Obama look good. And on top of that while all this is happening O'Reilly lies to you that the whole country is in chaos and the economy is not doing better.

That is all lies from O'Reilly, because virtually every single economic measure shows we are doing much better since Obama took office in January of 2009. O'Reilly thinks that if he says it enough someone will believe him, even though the facts say the exact opposite. And somehow in his crazy mind he actually thinks he is an honest journalist who tells the truth, which in the real world is a ridiculous statement.

Why You Should Not Vote Republican In The November Elections
By: Steve - October 18, 2014 - 11:00am

One year ago today, Republicans made their strongest possible case outlining their governing principles.

Threatened by the prospect of millions of Americans securing access to quality, affordable health care, Republicans chose instead to shut down the federal government. And then waste taxpayer money (and time) voting 56 times to repeal Obamacare, even though if it did pass the Senate Obama would veto it, because it was his own bill, and it will never pass the Senate while Democrats are in the majority.

The consequences of their actions were felt across the nation. America's national parks shuttered. Children were turned away from Head Start classrooms. The National Institutes of Health was forced to reject new patients from potentially lifesaving clinical trials. More than 800,000 federal workers were furloughed.

When the reckless gamesmanship finally ended after sixteen days, the long-term consequences were apparent. The GOP shutdown cost the U.S. economy $24 billion and cut 0.3 percent of growth off the GDP. A major credit rating agency even threatened to lower the United States credit rating because of the risk that we would default on our nation's debts.

At the time, some in the Republican party claimed to have realized the error of their ways and pledged not to do it again. But with the midterm elections less than five weeks away, it is clear that Republicans have not learned their lesson.

Over the summer, Mitch McConnell admitted the GOP's plans should they win control of the Senate -- hold the American economy hostage by repeatedly threatening to shut down the government unless President Obama did exactly what they wanted.

Republican Senator Marco Rubio and Congressman Steve King also suggested that Republicans should threaten another government shutdown if President Obama acted to fix the nation's broken immigration system -- action that is supported by the majority of Americans.

It is a callous interpretation of the relationship between Congress and the president, but sadly to be expected of a Republican Party whose GOP-controlled House chose to sue the president for doing his job when they failed to do theirs.

Rather than take action that will help middle-class families or expand opportunity for all Americans, many Republicans are more interested in scoring cheap partisan political points. They are following the lead of the far-right Tea Party favorite Ted Cruz, architect of the shutdown strategy, and Rand Paul, who viewed the closing of crucial government services as a public relations fight Republicans could win.

Even Republican candidates for Senate like Bill Cassidy, Joni Ernst, David Perdue and Tom Cotton supported the shutdown and the last thing we need is more of that in Washington.

This is the choice voters will have next month when they head to the polls -- Republicans who are willing to jeopardize our economic well-being and put partisan politics ahead of the will of the people when they don't get their way, or Democrats who will work to fix our nation's problems.

Voters can see that the Democratic Party shares their priorities. They are fighting to increase the minimum wage, because no one who works full time should have to raise their family in poverty. Democrats also support paycheck fairness, because pay equity is not just a woman's issue, but a family issue and an economic issue. Republicans oppose it and vote it down every time the Democrats bring it up for a vote.

These are actions that would immediately help families make ends meet, and a far more productive use of Congress time than another destructive government shutdown, or voting to repeal Obamacare when it will never pass.

There are serious issues facing our nation that we will need to address in the years ahead. They understand that both parties have to work together. But that can't happen if Republicans decide to take their ball and go home every time things don't go the way they want.

You can agree or disagree how the country should deal with climate change, or immigration reform, or investing in our children's' future. But whether Congress fulfills its most basic functions, or whether our country meets our obligations, should never be up for debate.

Voters will head to the polls in less than five weeks. While Republicans threaten another shutdown, the best way to ensure a government that shares their priorities is to elect Democratic candidates who are willing to stick it out and fight on their behalf.

Jobless Applications Fall To 14 Year Low: O'Reilly Silent
By: Steve - October 18, 2014 - 10:00am

Jobless claims hit a 14 year low, and as usual O'Reilly never said a word about it, because it is more good economic news that makes Obama look good. O'Reilly never reports any good economic news, because he is a biased right-wing hack that does not want to give Obama any credit for it, even though under Bush he did give him credit for the good economic news.

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment aid dropped to the lowest level in 14 years last week, the latest sign of a strengthening labor market that could help blunt worries about the impact of weak global growth.

The Labor Department said Thursday that weekly applications for unemployment aid fell 23,000 to a seasonally adjusted 264,000, the lowest level since April 2000. Given that the U.S. population has grown considerably since then, the proportion of the U.S. workforce applying for benefits is even smaller.

Analysts cheered the unexpectedly strong data. Ian Shepherdson, chief economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics, described the report as "spectacular" and "astonishing."

"Whether claims can be sustained at such a low level - an all-time low, as a share of payroll employment - is debatable....but this is a clear signal of real strength in the labor market," he said in a note to clients.

Fox Media Critic Praises Shepard Smith, Slams O'Reilly For Ebola Reporting
By: Steve - October 17, 2014 - 11:50am

Fox News media critic Howard Kurtz echoed his colleague Shepard Smith's admonishment of the media for irresponsible Ebola coverage, highlighting his own network's reporting.

Kurtz called out media figures like Fox host Bill O'Reilly, who has demanded the resignation of CDC director Tom Frieden, for reducing their response to Ebola "to a question of which heads should roll."

He contrasted coverage like O'Reilly's to that of Fox's Shepard Smith, who made headlines this week for blasting the media's "irresponsible" and "hysterical" Ebola coverage.

Smith "challenged his own profession to stop scaring people," Kurtz explained, asking, "Will the media listen?"

The Thursday 10-16-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - October 17, 2014 - 11:30am

The TPM was called: The Ebola Factor. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: As the Ebola chaos grows, no one knows how much the situation will influence politics in the USA. But there is no question it will have an impact. Some experts believe Ebola is suppressing the stock market and that will affect every American, as fear hurts the economy.

A Fox News poll asked registered voters about the direction of the country. 36% described themselves as 'hopeful,' while 61% are 'not hopeful.' And 49% respondents say the country is 'worse off' since Barack Obama became president, while 39% say 'better off.'

So the folks are blaming the president for much of the dissatisfaction. And President Obama is at fault. His leadership on many serious issues has been lacking. He made a tremendous mistake in the war on terror by pulling all U.S. troops out of Iraq. The administration has also underestimated the Muslim jihadists and has no effective strategy for containing their terror.

The president has been outfoxed by Putin, Iran and China. Here at home, the most important indicator of economic well-being, take-home pay, has fallen under the president. Democrats can spin all they want, but the cold truth is working Americans have less money in their pockets than in the past. A combination of high taxes and mediocre wages has hammered the folks. It is difficult to see any great improvements under President Obama and it will take years to figure out the benefits, if any, of Obamacare.

Now, on to Ebola. There is no question that the federal government is mishandling the situation, and again that will go right back to the White House. The point man on Ebola, CDC chief Dr. Thomas Frieden, is botching the situation big time. We've already pounded Dr. Frieden on his inexplicable opposition to suspending visa and passports from West Africa. And yesterday the man could not even explain how Ebola should be handled in public transportation.

Talking Points will help him: If you are sitting on a bus and someone next to you has Ebola and sneezes on you, you can get it. Are you understanding that Dr. Frieden? So the federal government has to keep Ebola victims out of the public arena. That means no people from the epidemic area should be admitted to the USA, something Frieden opposes but is absolutely the correct thing to do.

Not only flights, no admittance to any person holding passports from the Ebola epidemic areas. I have nothing personally against Dr. Frieden, but his performance has been awful and he has to go. The fact that the Obama administration continues to put this man in the spotlight will hurt the president of the United States.
Comment: Wow! That is mostly right-wing insanity. There is no Ebola chaos, the stock market is not down from Ebola, people always think the country is headed in the wrong direction, even under Bush, President Obama is not at fault for most of it, he had to pull the troops out of Iraq because of the SOFA agreement Bush signed, Google it, taxes have not went up, they went down, and things have greatly improved under Obama, and there is no proof if someone on a bus sneezes on you with Ebola you will get it, not to mention the odds of someone being on a bus with Ebola are almost zero.

Then James Carville and Andrea Tantaros were on to discuss the Talking Points Memo.

Tantaros said this: "You say Frieden should step down, and I understand your anger with him. But he is a doctor, he is not a crisis communications expert or a general. I don't think now is the time to switch horses. Move him out of the spotlight, but he does have valuable information. But I agree with you on the travel ban."

Carville agreed with Tantaros contention that Frieden should not be fired right now, saying this: "He's well qualified, but he's not an expert in Ebola and he's not the most effective communicator. If people are worried about getting Ebola, they should worry about something else. The chances of a significant outbreak in this country is very remote."

Then Ed Henry was on, he reported on the president's stance toward CDC boss Dr. Tom Frieden. With no Democratic guest on for balance.

Henry said this: "The administration has been saying they have full confidence in Dr. Frieden, but in recent days they have gotten the signal, especially as we get closer to the mid-term elections. There is more pressure on the president to figure out who is really in charge, and the president has canceled all of his fundraising and campaign activity. They get it that this is a huge problem and his leadership is on the line."

O'Reilly again called for a ban on travel from affected nations, saying this: "I have a spy in the White House who tells me that President Obama was furious yesterday in the Ebola meeting. The lack of a travel ban is absolutely the president's fault, you do what you can do to protect the public."

Then Bernie Goldberg was on to assess a new poll showing that most Americans feel coverage of the Ebola outbreak has been appropriate. With no Democratic guest for balance.

Goldberg said this: "The poll, like so many other things in our culture these days, has been infected with politics. If you're a fan of Barack Obama, I'm guessing that you are one of the people who say the coverage is 'sensationalized.' If you're not a fan of Barack Obama, you'll find the coverage 'appropriate.' Under this administration the CDC has been politicized - it is one of many American institutions that have been infected with politics under President Obama's administration. In a democracy like ours, certain institutions should be above politics."

Then the far-right stooge Laura Ingraham was on to talk about the war against ISIS. With no Democratic guest on for balance.

Ingraham said this: "General Dempsey says we've been making gains and he maintains that we don't need boots on the ground. However, we have a big problem right now in the town of Amiriyah Fallujah, which is 25 miles outside of Baghdad. It's reported that ISIS has besieged the town, and in Iraq the territory controlled by ISIS has not been diminished by American air strikes. So while there have been some gains in Syria, Iraq itself is very problematic."

Ingraham also said this: "We need truth-tellers in Washington, we have enough political hacks. We need to hear people and think they are really working for the betterment of America and our security."

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: Disagreeing Agreeably. Billy said this: "If you disagree with someone, hold your ground without getting angry, and always try to use a little humor to defuse any tension."

Another Fox Host Tells O'Reilly He Is Wrong Over CDC Head Resigning
By: Steve - October 17, 2014 - 11:00am

First it was Greta Van Susteren telling O'Reilly he is wrong to call for the head of the CDC Dr. Tom Frieden to resign. Now it is Andrea Tantaros who is telling O'Reilly he is wrong.

Fox News Andrea Tantaros disagreed with O'Reilly Thursday night, and she went back and forth with him over it, arguing it makes no sense to switch leadership in the middle of a crisis like this.

Tantaros told O'Reilly she understands his frustrations, and "unlike some other people on this network, it is valid."

She was talking about Shepard Smith who has said the people at Fox are scaremondering over Ebola, that it is not a crisis, and not even close.

However, she went on to say, "He's a doctor, Bill, he's not a crisis communications expert, he's not a general."

She also expressed discomfort with the idea of getting rid of Frieden in the middle of this crisis. Pulling him out of the spotlight? Sure. Bringing in a more effective crisis communicator? Yes.

But Tantaros insisted, "He does have valuable information. Let him do his thing behind the scenes."

O'Reilly was having none of it, and he still argued Frieden needs to go because there's a certain performance level you have to be held to when you're dealing with life and death.

Remeber, this is coming from a cable tv news show host, who is not a doctor and does not have a clue what he is talking about. He is not an expert on anything, except being biased and yelling at people that disagree with his insane ideas.

Crazy Republican Praises Court Striking Down His Own Gerrymandering Map
By: Steve - October 17, 2014 - 10:00am

Now I have seen everything, a Republican Senate candidate in Virginia has praised the courts for striking down a gerrymandered district map he created. Yes, it is true, here is the story.

In a debate with Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) on Monday, Senate candidate Ed Gillespie (R-VA) praised a recent court decision for tossing out Virginia's racially gerrymandered congressional maps, even though the maps were the direct result of a partisan redistricting scheme he himself crafted.

Asked if he would support a bill to restore Voting Rights Act protections gutted by the U.S. Supreme Court last year, Gillespie argued that more protections are unnecessary because the courts are still able to strike down discriminatory laws like Virginia's.

"We saw here just recently in Virginia that civil rights and the Voting Rights Act is being enforced. We have had our district lines overturned by the courts and it is one of the reasons why the federal court is so important," Gillespie said, as he changed the subject to attack Warner on a nepotism scandal.

The problem is, Gillespie was a key architect in Republicans gerrymandering effort that led to the Virginia maps in the first place.

Shortly after Gillespie became the chair of the Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) in 2010, the group launched a major push to redistrict state legislative maps to favor Republicans, called the Redistricting Majority Project, or REDMAP.

The RSLC raised more than $30 million to pack state legislatures with Republicans who would approve maps to lock in Republican seats for the next decade.

The now invalidated Virginia maps, which were approved after Republicans took control of the state Senate, are considered one of the most aggressive racial gerrymanders in the nation.

The maps consolidated several disparate African American communities into one awkwardly shaped district, effectively making it so black voters would not impact other districts. In other words, the Republicans drew up these racist distract maps to block all the blacks from voting against Republicans, so they would all win with all white votes.

The legislature must now redraw more equitably distributed maps by April.

Despite the setback in Virginia, Gillespie's national Republican gerrymander plan has achieved its goal, costing Democrats 1.7 million votes in seven states in the 2012 election.

Jon Stewart Fails To Get Crazy O'Reilly To Admit There Is White Privilege
By: Steve - October 16, 2014 - 11:00am

Jon Stewart and Bill O'Reilly got together again Wednesday night for an intense debate about white privilege that came very close to turning into a shouting match.

A few months ago, O'Reilly had dismissed the idea of "white privilege" as a fantasy, and Stewart challenged him on that, practically starting the interview saying "I want you to admit that there is such a thing as white privilege."

O'Reilly stuck to his insane argument about Asians doing well, therefore maybe Asian privilege exists, but Stewart argued "white males set the system."

Not to mention, Asians doing well has nothing to do with racism against black people, it's a stupid argument that does not make sense.

O'Reilly shot back it's ridiculous because there's "no more slavery, no more Jim Crow," and the president is black.

Which also makes no sense, just because slavery is over and a black man is in the White House does not mean racism is over, unless you are braindead.

Stewart argued the residual effects still exist today. And he is exactly right, when a white man walks into a bank to get a loan he has white advantage before the loan agent even talks to him. Not to mention, it was proven that blacks are denied more home loans than whites, even though they had the same financial situations.

Things got really heated and O'Reilly and Stewart were practically yelling at each other at one point. Stewart asked him at one point, "Why so defensive about it?"

O'Reilly is a fool and his argument about white privilege is laughable, and he might just be the only white person left in America who still claims there is no white privilege, it's ridiculous to even deny it.

Van Susteren Says O'Reilly Wrong To Call For CDC Director To Resign
By: Steve - October 16, 2014 - 10:00am

Bill O’Reilly got really mad Monday night at CDC Director Tom Frieden and called on him to resign. But today his colleague Greta Van Susteren defended Frieden and said O'Reilly was "dead wrong" in his commentary.

O'Reilly spent a great deal of time last night calling Frieden a "propagandist" who needs to go immediately.

Van Susteren said this: "I disagree totally with him, I think Dr. Frieden has done a good job, and you know, I want him to continue to lead this."

Her guest, Dr. Anthony Fauci, agreed, saying people need to realize how difficult a situation this is.

Van Susteren ended things by saying, "I think Bill O'Reilly's dead wrong on this one."

And of course O'Reilly never mentioned any of that on his Tuesday night show, he ignored it ,while saying only liberals disagree with him, when one of his own right-wing Fox hosts also disagree with him.

Shepard Smith Slams Media For Irresponsible Ebola Coverage
By: Steve - October 15, 2014 - 11:30am

He said the media Ebola coverage is Hysterical and Irresponsible. Smith also said this: "These Are The Facts -- We Do Not Have An Outbreak Of Ebola In The United States. Nowhere."

Maybe someone should tell him that O'Reilly is the worst about it, but notice he says nothing about O'Reilly. And everyone else on his own network is being ridiculous about it too. If you ask O'Reilly and the other Fox stooges it's chaos, and a crisis. Even though that is ridiculous and we only have two cases here in the USA.

The Tuesday 10-14-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - October 15, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: The Latest on the Ebola Debacle. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: All over the country Americans are worried about the Ebola virus. The danger is clear, but somewhat exaggerated - there is no threat of an Ebola epidemic in the USA right now. But what is not exaggerated is the dishonesty of the federal government. We have called for the head of the CDC, Dr. Thomas Frieden, to resign because he has not been telling us the full story about how Ebola is spreading and how it can be contained.

The biggest fabrication is that stopping West Africans from coming to the USA would somehow diminish the world's ability to fight Ebola in Africa. That is flat out false. A new ABC News/Washington Post poll asks, 'Would you support restricting entry to the United States by people who have been in affected countries?' A whopping 67% support the travel ban, just 29% percent are opposed.

That scientific poll mirrors our poll, where just 3% say the government is doing enough to protect Americans from Ebola, while 97% say it is not. People all over the world are getting more concerned. The World Health Organization estimates that up to 10,000 new Ebola cases a week in Africa could happen within the next few months.

Here in the USA, a Dallas nurse, who contracted the disease from Liberian Thomas Duncan, has received a blood transfusion from an Ebola survivor. And in Nebraska, Ashoka Mukpo continues to fight for his life after he contracted Ebola in Africa while working for NBC News. The world should be trying to help stop the epidemic in West Africa, but that will be a long process.

Preventing West Africans from entering the USA could happen today, but the Obama administration continues to dither and the CDC continues to put out false information. Therefore, concern in America continues to grow.
Comment: And that is just ridiculous nonsense, read my other blog post below for details on why O'Reilly is wrong. Remember that Greta Van Susteren has also said O'Reilly is wrong, but he never mentions that.

Then a Fox News medical contributor Manny Alvarez was on, who has also called for Dr. Frieden to resign.

Alvarez said this: "The CDC said that everything would be under control, but everything is not under control. We have patients coming over here and one case in Dallas has created chaos. We are not equipped to handle Ebola patients! The federal government has the right to stop anybody coming to this country if they feel they have an infectious problem. We need a General Patton-like doctor at the CDC, not another bureaucrat."

But Dr. Amesh Adalja, a specialist in infectious disease, argued that a travel ban is unwarranted and illegal, saying this: "There is a treaty that binds countries together to fight outbreaks, and as part of that treaty you are not allowed to enact travel bans. They have been tried in every historical outbreak but they don't work. Ebola is a disease that is containable if you do the right things."

Comment: This Fox stooge Alvarez is an idiot, he claims it is not under control, which is a lie, because it is under control and we have only had TWO cases in the USA, how the hell is that out of control?

Then Monica Crowley and Kirsten Powers were on to talk about the Ebola situation.

Powers basically said O'Reilly is hysterical, saying this: "I'm not going to call you hysterical, but it's bordering on hysterical. We have to remember that we have a different system in the United States than in Liberia and the way you are talking about this is overblown. The idea that we should be shutting down flights is wrong, it's a hysterical reaction."

Crowley of course agreed with O'Reilly, saying this: "People in the last century were quarantined at Ellis Island when they had a serious illness. There is nothing wrong with doing that when we are dealing with a virus that is this exotic and this deadly. We can't control our border, but we can shut down flights from West Africa."

Then Meghan McCain, Senator John McCain's daughter was on.

McCain said this: "I completely agree with my father. Everything he and Senator Lindsey Graham said would happen in the Middle East when we left Iraq has happened, and I'm absolutely petrified about what's going on in the Middle East right now. When the American people see what's going on and how brutal ISIS is, there is no other option. We must deal with it."

Then John Stossel was on, he claims that the federal government continually violates the Constitution, while saying nothing about the Republicans who violate the constitution.

Stossel said this: "This country works because of what Jefferson wrote in the Constitution. The powers rest with the people and we should be wary of giving government too much power. That built the most prosperous country in the world, but now presidents and Congress say it doesn't matter, we can do anything we want. What gives them the right to pass marijuana laws, what gives them the right to ignore the Second Amendment? And Congress is supposed to declare war. If bombing people is a good idea, Congress ought to approve it."

Then Lis Wiehl and Kimberly Guilfoyle were on to talk about the case of Thomas Duncan, the Liberian citizen who died from Ebola in Dallas. His relatives are now threatening to sue the hospital where he died.

Wiehl said this: "In Texas they make it very hard to sue a hospital for medical malpractice. You have to show gross negligence, not just negligence. You would have to show that they knew he had Ebola before sending him home."

Guilfoyle said this: "They're very strict against this type of plaintiff lawsuit in Texas, you have to show willful and wanton disregard. The family could bring a federal civil rights case, but that would also fail."

Comment: O'Reilly also admitted they did not treat him because he did not have any money, or health insurance, and that he was from a foreign country.

Then Charles Krauthammer was on to slam Susan Rice, who on Sunday claimed that Turkey is committed to the fight against ISIS, which the Turkish government promptly denied. And as usual no Democratic guest was on for balance.

Krauthammer said this: "I have some advice for Susan Rice. She could be an international strategist of Kissengerian proportions, but she should not go on television, it just doesn't work. It is totally inexplicable that the National Security Adviser, whose job is to be the conduit of all information coming from the various foreign policy agencies, should go on television and announce to the world this very crucial agreement. And then, within hours, the Turks say it's not true. It is a monumental mistake, and that it should happen in the middle of a war is truly remarkable."

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day that was once again not a tip, just O'Reilly promoting an interview another Fox host did.

67% Say They Support Restricting Entry From Countries With Ebola
By: Steve - October 15, 2014 - 10:00am

A new poll from the Washington Post and ABC News shows 67 percent of people say they would support restricting entry to the United States from countries struggling with Ebola. Another 91 percent would like to see stricter screening procedures at U.S. airports in response to the disease's spread.

Thus far, some countries in Europe have restricted flights from these countries in West Africa, and an increasing number of U.S. lawmakers are calling for similar bans. The White House has yet to increase restrictions, with federal officials saying such a move could actually increase the spread of the disease by hampering the movement of aid workers and supplies.

So O'Reilly used the poll results on his Tuesday night show, to argue he is right, and that we should block everyone from African countries from entering the USA.

Without telling you that O'Reilly, everyone else at Fox, and the rest of the media has been putting out propaganda on Ebola and scaring everyone with nonsense. I can not even turn a news show on without hearing about Ebola, it's everywhere, on Fox, MSNBC, and CNN. They are almost reporting it 24/7, so of course people are scared.

And if the media reported that monkeys could now fly 24/7 for 2 weeks, 67% of the people would most likely believe that too.

It's ridiculous, and here are the facts. ONE guy with Ebola got into the USA, and he got in illegally by lying to people at the airport. I repeat, ONE guy with Ebola got into the USA.

Then a nurse who treated him also got Ebola, because she violated protocol when she did it. And now she is doing fine, and responding to treatment.

So we had ONE actual case of Ebola, and TWO total cases of Ebola, TWO!

And one of them was a nurse who treated the ONE guy who had Ebola. It's not like we have 100 cases of Ebola, or 200, or 300, or 500, or 1000. There was ONE case of Ebola, ONE!

Now think about this too, another Pew poll from last week showed that only 11 percent were "very worried" about themselves or their families becoming infected.

But O'Reilly does not report that, not a word, he just keeps fearmongering that Ebola is a crisis and that 67% want African people blocked from entering the USA.

This is all nonsense, remember back to 2009 when we had the H1N1 virus scare. Also called the swine flu, in October 2009 polls showed that 52 percent were "very worried" then, and the crisis never happened.

In 2006 the Avian influenza scare hit, also called the bird flu, in 2006 (41 percent) and slightly higher than concern about Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in 2003.

People were scared about all of it, because the media scared everyone for no reason, and it all went away to be never heard about again. We went from Sars, to the bird flu, to the swine flu, and now it's Ebola.

Every time someone gets sick O'Reilly and the media flip out and scare everyone for no reason. And now they are doing it again with Ebola, over ONE fricking case, ONE!

The Monday 10-13-14 O'Reilly Factor Review
By: Steve - October 14, 2014 - 11:00am

The TPM was called: Why the Federal Government is Not Protecting America. The biased and dishonest Bill O'Reilly said this:
O'REILLY: With a second Ebola case in Dallas, Americans are concerned that their government will not protect them against this very contagious disease. 26-year-old Nina Pham, a nurse who treated Thomas Duncan - the Liberian who died from Ebola last week - has been diagnosed with the disease, even though she was apparently wearing protective gear.

A new poll asked whether there should there be a ban on flights from West African countries into the USA? 58% said yes, 20% no. Talking Points has said that there is no compelling reason why West Africans should be admitted to the USA. This is a national security issue, is it not? We have asked Dr. Thomas Frieden of the Centers for Disease Control to appear a number of times. He has declined, and I believe it's because he knows that I know he's not being candid.

Nobody is calling for charter flights to be banned, so medical assistance and military personnel could get to the affected areas in Africa. Talking Points is just asking for common sense, which the Obama administration is rejecting. Now, onto the ISIS threat. Reports out of Syria and Iraq say U.S. bombing is doing some damage to these terrorists, but is not stopping their advance.

All of us who see things clearly knew that was going to be the case. I believe President Obama knew that was going to be the case but would not tell the American people. Instead, the president has created a mythology that somehow a 60-nation coalition that is basically doing nothing is going to defeat ISIS.

The Turkish army is one mile away from the terrorists watching them slaughter civilians and doing nothing. Great coalition, Mr. President! The American people are not being told the whole truth by the Obama administration about two very important situations. The B.S. has to stop.
Comment: Okay, now this is getting ridiculous. O'Reilly now claims the federal government is not protecting America, over 2 cases of Ebola, and one was a nurse who treated the guy with Ebola, give me a break. This is 100% proof O'Reilly is a biased right-wing hack, because nothing but a partisan political fool would say such a crazy thing.

Then Mary K. Ham and Juan Williams were on to discuss it. Who both work for Fox and agreed with O'Reilly, making them all scaremongering fools.

Williams said this: "I am very troubled with what is happening in Dallas, and I don't understand why we are not being told what is going on. When it comes to Dr. Frieden, accountability is key for our officials. But my question to you is, who is on the bench, who have we heard from in the medical community who says Frieden is wrong?"

Ham said this: "It's important not to panic, but it's perfectly rational as an American to look at this situation and point out that President Obama and many other people said there were screening processes in place. In the past year, the NIH and CDC have grossly mishandled anthrax, bird flu, and smallpox, so I don't have the utmost confidence that what they're saying is the truth."

Then Brit Hume was on to talk about the Ebola situation and the government's reaction.

Hume said this: "I don't think we've been leveled with on Ebola or ISIS. I'm more concerned that Tom Frieden doesn't know the truth about Ebola, I think he was genuinely surprised that the nurse got infected even though she was wearing protective gear. What's happening here is that we keep getting these surprises. This is still relatively small, but it's frightening."

Then Karl Rove was on with one of his regular updates on the battle for control of the Senate. With no Democratic guest for balance, and O'Reilly never once disclosed that Rove has two PAC's that have spent millions and millions on the very same races he is reporting on. Which is a massive conflict of interest, and yet O'Reilly says nothing about it.

Rove said this: "Ebola adds to a growing concern about security, and ISIS has been a driver in public opinion. National security and terrorism has risen to the number two concern in most polls, and Ebola adds to those concerns. This will be more of an issue when there is a direct connection between a candidate and either one of those two issues. If you have a Republican candidate who has some credentials to talk about this and a Democrat that has a weakness, then it will become more salient."

O'Reilly reminded Rove that Republicans are not a sure bet to win a Senate majority, saying this: "You are saying that the whole atmosphere points to Republicans doing well, yet many of the races are still very tight."

Comment: And let us not forget that Rove was totally wrong with his political predictions in the last election, so he is biased and sometimes very wrong. O'Reilly never once pointed that out.

Then Jesse Watters was on to talk about Columbus Day? He asked some people about Christopher Columbus and his historic voyages to the New World.

Here are a few of their observations about Columbus: "He discovered something, I don't know what" ... "He conquered America, I think" ... "He was Hispanic" ... "He came over on the Mayflower."

O'Reilly then advised Watters to dig deeper next time, saying this: "We need to know if these people actually went to school and graduated. I want their resumes, because most people watching this program think this is phony."

Comment: Earth to Bill O'Reilly, you are an out of touch moron. Because most people do not care about history, they care about jobs and making enough money to pay the bills.

And finally, the lame Factor tip of the day called: Ride Out The Storm. Billy said this: "Just about anything can happen when you travel, including an unexpected storm like the one that smacked Bermuda last weekend, so just stay calm and roll with the proverbial punches."

Fox Calls For Czar After Saying Obama Czars Turing Us Into Russia
By: Steve - October 14, 2014 - 10:00am

This is a classic double standard and hypocrisy from the stooges at Fox, when Obama was appointing Czars to head different Government agencies Fox flipped out and said he is turning the USA into Russia, they had segment after segment about it on all the Fox shows, including the O'Reilly Factor, they even had a graphic on one show with the appointees dressed as Russian Czars.

After spending much of 2009 complaining that President Obama's appointment of "czars" was akin to the crowning of monarchs and Russian practices, Fox & Friends is now calling for the appointment of an Ebola Virus czar.

Fox host Steve Doocy responded to news of the first Ebola diagnosis contracted within the U.S. by calling for an "official Ebola czar" on the October 13 edition of Fox & Friends, echoing the demand of Republican Sen. John McCain.

According to Doocy, "We probably need one" because Obama isn't doing enough to fight the virus:
DOOCY: So every time there's an incident like this, you see Thomas Frieden, the guy who heads up CDC, but is he the official -- there he is right there -- Is he the official Ebola czar? We probably need one, because the president isn't, you know, he's not --

KILMEADE: Sen. McCaul is calling for one.

DOOCY: Absolutely. So with all this bad news --

KILMEADE: Congressman McCaul.

DOOCY: Where was the President of the United States over the weekend? Right after he talked to the Secretary of Health and Human Services, he went golfing.
So when Obama does it he is a commie fool that is turning the USA into Russia, but when McCain and some Fox stooges call for it then it's suddenly a great thing. That's how it works at Fox, because they are biased right-wing hacks.

And they have a long history of mocking previous Obama administration czars.

Co-Host Gretchen Carlson mocked the term and alleged, "You know when I looked up 'czar' in the dictionary, or Googled it, the word that came up was 'king.' And I was wondering to myself, why we are having so many czars/kings now in America?"

Doocy added, "When you think about it, 'czar' is a Russian word."

Fox then aired a made up graphic of Obama's cabinet members in Russian czar attire displaying the question, "And Now We're Russia?" Doocy went on to compare administration cabinet members to Russian monarchs.

The same year, Carlson asked whether czars in the Obama administration were "just friends of Obama who need work or payback a favor?", while Kilmeade previously questioned whether the appointment of a czar was evidence "of a new culture of corruption."

And if Obama does say he is going to appoint an Ebola Czar, you can bet Fox will change their tune and slam him for it. So they oppose things when it is an Obama idea, then support the very same thing when it is a Republican idea.

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O'Reilly Ignoring Ensign/Coburn Hush Money Scandal

O'Reilly Calls Obama Health Care Waivers A Scam

O'Reilly Complains About Losing In His Own Poll

O'Reilly Ignores Republican Hypocrisy On Judicial Filibusters

O'Reilly Ignoring Republican Unpopularity

O'Reilly Tells GOP How To Beat Obama With Scare Tactics

O'Reilly & Fox Are Lying To You About The Debt

O'Reilly Spins The 2008 Presidential Media Study

Important Tax Information Bill O'Reilly Has Ignored

O'Reilly Ignored McCain Op-Ed On Bin Laden

O'Reilly Scrubs Website & Podcast Of False Obama Claims

O'Reilly Ignored DOJ Black Panther Report

O'Reilly Still Ignoring Wisconsin Judge's Order Story

O'Reilly Ignored Jobs & Unemployment Report

Fox News Town Hall Protester Hypocrisy & Double Standards

O'Reilly & Varney Speculate About Oil Prices

O'Reilly Spins The Quinnipiac Temperature Poll

O'Reilly Proves How Stupid He Is Again

How O'Reilly Puts Out Right-Wing Propaganda

Fox News Insider Admits They Make Things Up

Luntz Admits Fox Has Anti-Obama Focus Groups

Reagan SG Says Health Care Bill Constitutional

O'Reilly Ignores Gore Answer To His Question

O'Reilly Wonders How The Moon Got There

More Republican Hate & Racism O'Reilly Has Ignored

Another Poll O'Reilly Has Totally Ignored

O'Reilly Thinks We Are Still In A Recession

O'Reilly's Nazi Comment Defense Was Laughable

Fox News The Least Trusted Cable News Network

O'Reilly Caught Lying About The Media (Again)

O'Reilly Claims Estate Tax A Seizure Of Property

O'Reilly Called Bernie Sanders A Loon

Bloomberg Tax Cut Poll Proves O'Reilly Was Lying

O'Reilly Ignored Positive DADT Study & Story

O'Reilly & Fox Ignore Judge Being A 9-11 Truther

More Real News O'Reilly Has Ignored

More Proof O'Reilly Spins The Obama Job Ratings

O'Reilly Got The Ireland Economic Crisis Wrong

O'Reilly Ignored The Tom Delay Conviction Story

Women Of America: You Need To Read This

Conclusive Proof O'Reilly Is Dishonest & Crazy

O'Reilly Nazi Comparison Hypocrisy

O'Reilly Ignores New Poll While Promoting Paladino

Andrew Sullivan Called O'Reilly A Dishonest Propagandist

O'Reilly Caught Lying About The Nevada RCP Senate Poll

O'Reilly Ignored Right-Wing Abortion Bomber Terrorism Story

Fox & O'Reilly Ignored Friday Pro-Mosque NY Rally

O'Reilly Busted For Health Insurance Premium Lies

Most Factor Gear Made in Vietnam And China

O'Reilly Caught Lying About His Ratings Again

O'Reilly Busted For 1st Time Retraction Lie

The Bill O'Reilly Non-Apology Shirley Sherrod Apology

O'Reilly & The Right Are Racist Idiots

O'Reilly Ignored Tea Party Express Racism Story

O'Reilly Compares Gay People To Al-Qaeda

Proof O'Reilly Spins The Obama Job Rating Polls

O'Reilly Ignored Mark Kirk Military Award Lie Story

Where Are The Sedition Charges Now O'Reilly

O'Reilly Caught In A Massive Lie About Jail Time

O'Reilly Running Ads For Emergency Food Supply

O'Reilly Caught Lying About Tea Party Militia Links

O'Reilly Caught Spinning Gallup Tea Party Poll

O'Reilly Ignored Harris Poll Showing Republicans Are Stupid

O'Reilly Caught Lying About Health Reform Bill Tax

O'Reilly Caught Lying About NEJM Health Care Survey

O'Reilly Caught Lying About His Ratings Again

The Truth About Ratings For News Shows

Gallup Poll Proves O'Reilly Is A Right-Wing Spin Doctor

O'Reilly Spinning Fox News Most Trusted Poll

Fox News Did Not Air Hope For Haiti Telethon

O'Reilly Caught Spinning Obama Terrorism Polls

O'Reilly Caught Lying About House Ethics Committee

O'Reilly Caught Lying About His Ratings Increase

O'Reilly Caught Lying About Limbaugh Racism

O'Reilly Caught Lying About Religious Festival

O'Reilly Caught Red Handed Lying About CNN

O'Reilly Caught Violating Journalistic Standards Again

O'Reilly Caught Lying About The ACLU & Racial Profiling

More Proof O'Reilly & FOX News Do Not Tell The Truth

O'Reilly Called Bruce Springsteen Un-American & Un-Patriotic

The Bill O'Reilly Senate Torture Report Countdown Clock

O'Reilly Caught Lying About The Obama Approval Numbers

FOX News Caught Lying About Obama Budget

O'Reilly Busted For Helping GOP Smear Pelosi

O'Reilly Caught Lying About Obama Earmark Promise Report Proves O'Reilly Wrong About Homeless Vets

O'Reilly Places 7th in 2008 Wingnut of The Year Award

O'Reilly Denys Reality About Abstinence Only Programs

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

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

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

Proof O'Reilly Lied About The Balance on His Show
O'Reilly claims the factor is balanced, and that he personally makes sure every week he has an equal number of Republican and Democrat guests. This is a bold faced lie, and I can prove it. I put together a web page that shows the guest list from the factor for the last 2 weeks. Read it and you will see with your own eyes that Bill O'Reilly is lying when he says the factor is balanced.

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

Visit The Web Page Below to See The Lies About The Factor Balance:

O'Reilly Sucks Investigation: Dishonesty, Deception, And Bias By Bill O'Reilly
O'Reilly claims there are no Republicans or Conservative groups that rival George Soros. O'Reilly said the top three conservative tax-exempt foundations are totally dwarfed by Soros and the radical Ford Foundation. And that they have 15 times more the assets. George Soros net worth is $8.5 billion, the Ford Foundation has a net worth of $13 billion. But the seven billionaires who donate to Newt Gingrich and other right-wing causes have a combined net worth of $34.8 billion dollars.

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

Visit the web page below to see the massive money O'Reilly has ignored from the right:

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

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

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

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