You don't see anybody else on the board OBSESSING about CNN, MSNBC, MEDIA MATTERS Etc.......
It's Just YOU Harping Endlessly about something that You Watch Daily!
Get Help.....Consult somebody that Cares about You.....IF You can find Anybody that Does!
JB......You Just got your #$%$ Handed to Ya on This Thread!......
Haven't seen you Since!......Now THAT'S Funny!
When asked to Back up a Claim.....
It Runs for Cover!.......Typical Left Wing Behavior!
"While you bash the left for predicting warming, you do the same thing."
Show Where I did Either of these things......
You are Still Focusing on this 100 year window that we all know as Normal......
Expand your thoughts .....Realize that You mean Nothing to this Earth.....and You too will be a more pleasant person!
I say the country needs a Week Long Blue Flu!......
The Stupid will Cull themselves......Natural Selection at it's Best!
The last 100 years has actually been an Abnormal Period in a Larger 5000 year window. The Normal weather for the last 5000 years has been more Violent and Unpredictable.
We are now Leaving this Abnormal Period of what has been Predictable and less Violent......and going Back to what has been Normal for the last 5000 years!
We were just Lucky enough to be born when Seasons were Normal and Predictable......And it's the Only Weather we have Known!......
Whining and Blaming Is NOT Going to Change Anything!.......There is NOTHING You, Me or even Your God Obama can do to Change it.
On this I have to Agree with You Conman......
I have been amazed at how TLC has mutated into the Mess it is Now. My kids used to watch it when it Was a Learning Channel.....but Today it seems to be a Dumping Ground for all the LGBT type of programming.
I would think You would be more interested in it's current lineup!.........
Things are getting weirder for a former Virginia lawmaker who admitted to fathering a child with his teenage employee.
Former state Del. Joe Morrissey, 57, who recently acknowledged having a child with his former secretary, Myrna Pride, gave a reporter a picture of him and Pride with their son, all dressed in antebellum period clothing.
In December, Morrissey was sentenced to six months in jail for contributing to the delinquency of a minor after he was charged with having an inappropriate relationship with Pride, who was 17 when she worked in Morrissey's law office.
Morrissey denied the charges, but entered a plea in which he admitted no wrongdoing but that there was enough evidence to convict him. Morrissey's term was eventually reduced to a 90-day work-release sentence.
Morrissey resigned his seat after the charges, but won it back in a special election in January, before facing even more charges.
Won't take an Earthquake.....
Just a sweet lipped Engineer with a Bad Memory!
Were the Ferguson protests a spontaneous expression of community outrage or an orchestrated campaign with paid "protesters"? It's looking more and more like the latter.
Early on, there were signs that protests over the shooting of an unarmed black man by a white cop were less than meets the eye.
In December, IBD noted that most of the protesters getting arrested weren't local residents but people bussed in from groups like the New Black Panthers, the U.S. Human Rights Network and the ANSWER Coalition.
Later, after the riots in Baltimore erupted, Fox News reported that as many as 50 social media accounts were tied to both those and the Ferguson protests, suggesting the presence of "professional protesters."
Now some of the "protesters" themselves are complaining that they never got paid.
In mid-May, Millennial Activists United organized a sit-in at the Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment offices. The reason: MORE owed the protesters money.
The group complained that MORE "created a joint account in which national donors from all over the world have donated over $150,000 to sustain the movement," but "the poor black people of this movement ... have seen little to none of that money."
A letter posted by the group went on to claim, "Organizers and protesters depleted $50,000 of the available funds and dispersed it among the people in the movement in no particular order." They even started a Twitter hashtag to encourage MORE to cough up the money: #cutthecheck.
There's nothing wrong with protesters getting paid. It's a free country, and they have to make a living, too. But maybe these protesters should think about joining a union before they hit the streets next time.
Only in CHICAGO!.......
Seven-year-old Elijah Dace was walking home from school with his brother and sister in Morgan Park Wednesday afternoon when two gunmen jumped out from an alley, yelled "What you be about?" and opened fire, according to police.
Elijah ran but realized he had been shot, police said. The bullet had gone through his shoulder.
The boy was taken to Comer Children's Hospital, where a spokeswoman said he was listed in good condition Thursday morning.
Police said they were questioning a boy who was 16 or 17 but he was being uncooperative. They believe the shooters were gang members but do not think the boy was the target.
Elijah had been walking home from Shoop Elementary School, where he is a first-grader, when he was shot in the 10900 block of South Loomis Street around 3:20 p.m., police said. He was about two blocks from his home.
The boy suffered a wound to his right shoulder and was taken by ambulance to Comer. The gunmen ran south of Loomis, police said. Six 9mm shell casings were recovered at the scene.
Climie Davidson, who has lived in the home along the alley for 43 years, said he heard several gunshots. "You hear shots occasionally," Davidson said.
The neighborhood is made up of a mixture of homes, some vacant and boarded up, some with manicured lawns. Some homes had "Stop Killing" and "We call police" signs.
A senior House of Representatives Democrat said Tuesday that the White House’s description of supposed progress in the war against the Islamic State should ring “alarm bells,” and called the fall of the city of Ramadi to the extremists “a very serious and significant setback.”
“I don’t think we’re losing the war, but I don’t think we’re making tremendous progress either,” Rep. Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, told reporters at a breakfast organized by the Christian Science Monitor.
The California Democrat had been asked about White House deputy press secretary Eric Schultz’s recitation last week of the number of U.S. and partner airstrikes to counter a reporter’s question about whether the Islamic State is winning.
“I wouldn’t use the metrics of the number of sorties or bombs dropped or anything, and to the degree you hear administration officials use those metrics, alarm bells should be going off,” Schiff cautioned.
The lawmaker also warned against using measures like the amount of territory controlled by the Islamic State, also known as ISIL or ISIS, because in some cases the group has been replaced by other extremist militias hostile to the United States.
“We have to really delve behind the numbers,” said Schiff, who warned that the conflict was on a “long and hard and not a straight-line path.”
Even before the fall of Ramadi, the largest city in the pivotal Iraqi province of Anbar, the White House had struggled to paint a hopeful picture of the war on ISIL. On Friday, Roll Call reporter Steven Dennis pointedly asked Schultz, “Are we losing this war?”
The spokesman responded that 60 countries were part of the coalition to beat back ISIL, and cited as evidence of progress in the campaign the fact that the United States and partner nations have carried out 3,900 airstrikes, including 2,400 in Iraq and about 1,500 in Syria.
“We’ve taken out thousands of ISIL’s fighters in over 6,000 specific ISIL targets, including numerous commanders. We’ve taken out thousands of ISIL’s fighters, numerous commander, over 1,700 vehicles and tanks, over 170 artillery and mortar positions, nearly 4,000 fighting positions, checkpoints, buildings, bunkers, staging areas, and barracks. Airstrikes have also [damaged] over 150 oil and gas facilities,” Schultz said.
“As a result of this effort, ISIL’s momentum has, indeed, been blunted. Its ability to mass and maneuver a force is degraded, its leadership cells pressured or eliminated, its command and control and supply lines severed,” the spokesman continued.
Schultz added: “Despite these successes, the president has made clear that there’s going to be ebbs and flows in this fight.”
You seem to troll the boards and call Everybody a Moron......
That makes You the MORON!
You are Correct on 2 of the 3 points......
Honest.....not so much. There are multiple sides to the guy....as with All of us I guess. But We are not on TV Blathering as Holier then thou....when in fact we are somebody else in private!
The guy is carrying around Alot of baggage that he uses $$ to Hide!
I'm still on the Good side......I just figured I'd beat JB to the Headlines this time!
O'Reillys' arrogance Supersedes his stories now.....
He is Top Dog at Fox.....it will be interesting to see how this gets handled. Unfortunately the word "Retirement" is Not in his vocabulary!
Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly, known for his hardline stance on family values and violence in the home, allegedly assaulted his ex-wife, dragging her down the stairs by her neck in front of the pair’s now 16-year-old daughter, according to court documents.
The documents were part of a recently-concluded child custody case in New York, in which a judge ruled that O’Reilly’s ex-wife Maureen McPhilmy would get custody of their two children. Though the vast majority of the case’s documents have been sealed because they deal with minors, Gawker has been able to confirm that the judge did in fact hear testimony about the alleged incident, which took place around 2010.
According to a source familiar with the facts of the case, a court-appointed forensic examiner testified at a closed hearing that O’Reilly’s daughter claimed to have witnessed her father dragging McPhilmy down a staircase by her neck, apparently unaware that the daughter was watching. The precise date of the alleged incident is unclear, but appears to have occurred before the couple separated in 2010. The same source indicated that the daughter, who is 16 years old, told the forensic examiner about the incident within the past year.
The allegation is just the latest in a string of incidents that have come to light following the couple’s divorce.
According to Gawker, O’Reilly has not only attempted to have his ex-wife excommunicated from the Roman-Catholic church (which views getting divorced and remarried as a sin against God), but he also used his influence to launch an internal investigation into McPhilmy’s new boyfriend, a Nassau County Police detective.
O’Reilley has also been a on record as blaming minorities’ plight on familial issues, including domestic violence.