"when she did pieces on Benghazi, Fast & Furious, etc" That is the problem. Substance and fact free political hatchet jobs may pass for 'news' on Fox, but not other reputable media sources. It's as simple as that. Seriously.
A US ambassador murdered and dragged through the streets isn't news? The WH selling guns to drug lords isn't news? So what is news to you, the Kardashians drama.
Just came across this From FOX news, read the last line: And Attkisson names names, saying the blocking of her work became virtually routine under CBS anchor Scott Pelley and his then-executive producer, Pat Shevlin. Stories were repeatedly rewritten, watered down and delayed until they never made air, she says. And Attkisson says these weren’t just stories that took on politically charged controversies involving the administration, but also pieces that challenged government waste and corporate conduct, such as the questions surrounding Boeing’s Dreamliner.
This is what happens when McDonald's employees leave their heads in the french fry fryer too long. It really fries their brain and they become stupid enough to join the military. Look out for the boogeyman, grunt.
from nyc787 site:
Boeing officially delivered the 200th 787 today (Monday) to Qatar Airways. The delivery was made at Everett where the aircraft was assembled and tested. This aircraft is the 16th delivered to Qatar Airways and is the 86th Dreamliner delivered this year and the 7 delivered this month. Boeing delivered the 100th 787 on Nov. 4th, 2013 to Japan Airlines so it too just under one year to deliver the 200th 787. Qatar is expected to fly the aircraft away by tomorrow to Victorville, Ca.
Nobody's going to hold a gun to your head and force you to marry a man, miller.
I bet most of your homophobes are afraid you won't be able to stay straight if the full range of options is made available to you.
= I bet most of your homophobes are afraid you won't be able to stay straight if the full range of options is made available to you. =
They're also scared that their wives will run off with some girl!
What gives you the idea that Detroit is liberal? You sure haven't been keeping up lately, have you?
The data come from a study appearing this month in the American Political Science Review by Chris Warshaw of MIT and Chris Tausanovitch from the University of California at Los Angeles. They brought together seven large-scale surveys that accounted for more than 275,000 people.
Most Liberal Cities in the USA are:
1. San Francisco
2. Washington DC
Detroit is # 7 and Chicago is # 11
Most conservative Big cities:
1. Mesa, AZ
2. Oklahoma City
3. Virginia Beach
4. Colorado Springs
NEW YORK/CHICAGO, October 28 The Boeing Company's (BA) proposed issuance of approximately $850 million of senior unsecured notes. " , more aggressive cash deployment to shareholders, defense spending uncertainty, and the need to bring down 787 costs make an outlook change unwarranted at this time.
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Dennis O'Connor, whose daughter was murdered in cold blood by a man named Nathan Dunlap in 1993. Dunlap was convicted of the premeditated quadruple murder, the appeals process was exhausted, and the convicted killer was scheduled for execution -- until Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper granted him a temporary, indefinite reprieve in May of 2013. Hickenlooper, who campaigned as a "vocal" proponent of capital punishment in 2010, recently told CNN that if he loses his re-election bid, he'd consider granting Dunlap full clemency during his waning months in office:
In December 1993, Nathan Dunlap hid in the bathroom of a Chuck E. Cheese in Aurora and waited until after closing before emerging to shoot five people, four of them fatally. The then 19-year-old — who was a former employee of the restaurant-attraction — was sentenced to death...Dunlap was 19 when he went to the Chuck E. Cheese's where he once worked and killed three teenage employees, Ben Grant, Sylvia Crowell and Colleen O'Connor, and their 50-year-old manager, Margaret Kohlberg, who were closing the restaurant. He also shot and seriously wounded a fifth employee, Bobby Stephens, and made off with about $1,500 in cash and game tokens...A CNN interviewer asked Hickenlooper if, "God forbid," a Tancredo-style candidate who continued to make an issue of the death penalty won, what actions could Hickenlooper take? "If they did do that, and somehow they won, there are obviously remedies that the governor could do," Hickenlooper said of his options. "I could do a full clemency between election day and the end of the year. There are a number of different opportunities to make sure that doesn't happen. Again, human life should not be a political football."
"God forbid"? Solid journalism there, CNN. Hickenlooper told voters he was for the death penalty, then turned around and refused to sign off on the execution of one of the state's most notorious spree killers. He says he's 'evolved' in office, which I can appreciate as someone who largely opposes capital punishment, but there's no excuse for misleading and stringing along grieving family members who've waited decades for justice. The online version of the O'Connor ad (initially produced by an independent group) has been chopped down to 30 seconds and will now begin airing on television, thanks to a major ad buy from the Republican Governors Association:
The national group that works to get Republicans elected governor is using footage of a grieving father to hammer Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper for indefinitely delaying the execution of killer Nathan Dunlap. The Denver Post has been told the Republican Governors Association is spending $2 million for the “substanial” ad buy, which kicks off Monday. The ad features a heartbroken Dennis O’Connor, whose 17-year-old daughter Colleen was one of four people killed at an Aurora pizzeria in 1993 by Dunlap, a disgruntled former employee. O’Connor said he waited 20 years for justice to be done, but Hickenlooper “robbed” the victims with his decision. “He’s a coward who doesn’t deserve to be in office,” O’Connor says.