You can’t make this stuff up. One sponsor after another abandons Fox’s Bill O’Reilly because of allegations of sexual harassment. Fox then announces it is abandoning its famous star of decades and he is out. For the record? I have not only never been on O’Reilly’s show, I have never met the man. He is not a popular guy with colleagues, according to my sources. But none of that should stop a serious look at the politically correct nature of the double standard that is sexual harassment. Let’s be specific, shall we? Here is this story on Hyundai and Bill
What about Paula Jones? Clinton unzipped his pants and wanted her to service him. He had to pay her at least $800,000. Many others came out besides Juanita. He used state troopers to take him to his many trysts. When they wanted to tell all, they accidentally had bad accidents. Maybe that is why Bill O´Reilly thought he could do it too.
Write a book about it Bill O´Reilly. Tell it all. I´m done with the boring news at Fox. The business Fox business channel is tolerable. For the most part you see the morning news you have seen it all. Human interest stories would be nice. Success stories and ACTUAL REPORTING. No such thing as investigative reporting anymore. Good luck O´Reilly. Trump was right you should have never settled.
And in the case of liberals, Democrats and their minions, they´re double standards.
Ask how many sponsors dumped David Letterman when it was found he was actually having affairs with his co-workers, CBS and the sponsors were okay, paid the bills, and let him enjoy his time until he decided to quit.
Bill O´Reilly may have the morals of a goat, but he´s not the first. Nor the last. And there are just as many on the left or in media. Don´t even start me on Hollywood.
I remarked in an earlier post that the late Peter Jennings was a total horndog.It was from a book "Last Stage Manager Standing". Peter also demanded his studio room temperature had to be 47 degrees. Talk about quirks.
ISIS released a new video on the Fourth of July using child foreign fighters to behead prisoners and threaten the United States, Europe and Russia while recruiting Muslims in these locations to jihad. The 14-minute video, "They Left Their Beds Empty," was issued out of ISIS´ Jazirah province, which includes Tal Afar and other areas west of Mosul that are next on the Iraqi army´s liberation list. An Iraqi commander estimated today that there are just 300 ISIS fighters left holed up in the old city of west Mosul. Iraqi News reported Tuesday that ISIS killed 200 Turkmen, including women
SEOUL, South Korea — The standoff over North Korea’s nuclear program has long been shaped by the view that the United States has no viable military option to destroy it. Any attempt to do so, many say, would provoke a brutal counterattack against South Korea too bloody and damaging to risk. That remains a major constraint on the Trump administration’s response even as North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, approaches his goal of a nuclear arsenal capable of striking the United States. On Tuesday, the North appeared to cross a new threshold, testing a weapon that it described as an intercontinental ballistic
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said CNN may have broken the law in threatening to publicly expose the person who created a GIF of Donald Trump appearing to beat up a man with a CNN logo for a head. After the president tweeted out the GIF last week, CNN has been on a warpath to hunt down the creator and make him pay. In an article published Tuesday, entitled “How CNN found the Reddit user behind the Trump wrestling GIF,” Andrew Kaczynski had this to say about why the network decided to keep his identity under wraps. CNN is not publishing ‘HanA**holeSolo’s’ name
Russia accused the United States of trying "to justify" armed conflict with North Korea, rebuffing the Trump administration´s response to an unprecedented missile launch by the rogue regime. "It is utterly clear for us that any attempts to justify a military solution are inadmissible," Vladimir Safronkov, Russia´s deputy envoy to the United Nations, told the U.N. Security Council during a Wednesday meeting. "In the very same manner, attempts to economically strangle North Korea are equally unacceptable as millions of people are in great humanitarian need." Russia accused the United States of trying "to justify" armed conflict with North Korea, rebuffing
Two days before she will meet with President Trump at the G-20 summit, German Chancellor Angela Merkel sharply denounced his policies for having a “winners and losers” rather than a cooperative view of the world. Merkel will host the two-day meeting of world leaders that starts Friday in Hamburg, where anti-capitalist protesters have already clashed with cops. Along with Trump, others attending include Russian President Vladimir Putin, Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Chinese President Xi Jinping. The talks are expected to be rocky since the agenda includes divisive issues such as free trade, climate change and North Korea’s nuclear
SHARPSBURG, Maryland — Donald Trump’s first-quarter salary donation will help fund the restoration of two projects at Antietam National Battlefield, Department of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced Wednesday. Zinke, who spoke with Breitbart News about the importance of preserving America’s history, also announced $7.2 million in additional grants to help identify, preserve, and protect America’s historic battlefields. “As both the Secretary of the Interior and a military veteran, I’m deeply honored and humbled to deliver the donation to Antietam National Battlefield on behalf of President Trump,” said Secretary Zinke in a press release distributed before the event began. “Visiting the
First Lady Melania Trump is jet-setting in high fashion as she travels with President Donald Trump to Warsaw, Poland, where they are expected to be met with a warm welcome. To board Air Force One, Melania donned a pair of pale pink cropped wide-leg windowpane Valentino trousers, along with a black, long-sleeve knit sweater. The Valentino pants retail for $1,790. In her hands, Melania wore one of the most expensive Hermès handbags on the market, a crocodile-skin Birkin bag, which can retail for hundreds of thousands of dollars. To top off the ensemble, Melania chose a pair of jet-black sunglasses
Pope Francis is calling for the parents of critically ill baby, Charlie Gard, to be allowed to do everything possible to treat their child. In a statement on Sunday evening, the Vatican said the pope was following the case of the 10-month-old, who has a form of mitochondrial disease, “with affection and sadness” and was close to his parents: “For this he prays that their wish to accompany and treat their child until the end isn’t neglected.” Last week, his parents lost their appeal to the European court of human rights (ECHR), the final stage in a long legal
The “collusion” narrative was a fraud, plain and simple. We know that now. Hopefully, it won’t take another six months to grasp a second plain and simple truth: Collusion’s successor, the “obstruction” narrative, is a perversion. The Left loves narrative. The ever-expanding story manipulates time, space, and detail to fit a thematic framework. Political narrative has some surface appeal, but it is deeply flawed. It obscures plain and simple truth. So let’s stick with the plain and simple: The essence of obstruction is to frustrate the search for truth. Its antithesis is to demand the exposure of fraud. Donald Trump’s
Maajid Nawaz told Bill Maher tonight that he plans to sue the Southern Poverty Law Center for defamation for listing him as an “anti-Muslim extremist.” Nawaz, who wrote a book called Radical: My Journey Out of Islamist Extremism, is featured on the SPLC’s page “A Journalist’s Manual: Field Guide to Anti-Muslim Extremists” and in addition to saying “the evidence suggests that Nawaz is far more interested in self-promotion and money than in any particular ideological dispute,” they feature a list of actions he’s taken that they say backs up this characterization. Nawaz’s placement on the SPLC list (along with
The head of the CIA on Saturday pushed back on accusations the U.S. is not doing enough regarding Russia’s attempts to interfere in elections. CIA Director Mike Pomepo [sic] also said President Trump is an “avid consumer” of intelligence reports. “I cannot imagine a statement that is any more false than one that would attribute President Trump of not being interested in the intelligence community. He is an avid consumer of the products the CIA provides,” Pompeo said in an interview with Hugh Hewitt that aired Saturday on MSNBC. “I’m with the president nearly every day,” Pompeo said. According to the CIA Author corrected by Staff
Frustrated Democrats hoping to elevate their election fortunes have a resounding message for party leaders: Stop talking so much about Russia. Democratic leaders have been beating the drum this year over the ongoing probes into the Trump administration’s potential ties to Moscow, taking every opportunity to highlight the saga and forcing floor votes designed to uncover any business dealings the president might have with Russian figures. But rank-and-file Democrats say the Russia-Trump narrative is simply a non-issue with district voters, who are much more worried about bread-and-butter economic concerns like jobs, wages and the cost of
A new online poll finds that Americans trust CNN, The Washington Post and The New York Times more than President Trump, Axios reported Tuesday. But amid Trump’s ongoing war against the press, trust is largely split among partisan lines, with 89 percent of Republicans viewing Trump as more trustworthy than CNN while 91 percent of Democrats think the opposite. Among all adults, trust for CNN is 7 points ahead of Trump; among independents, CNN wins by 15 points. Trump on Sunday tweeted a doctored video of a wrestling match between himself and CNN, escalating an ongoing war of rhetoric between
President Trump has been blasted for requesting sensitive voter data as 41 states ruled out handing the information over. So far just three states - Colorado, Tennessee and Missouri - have agreed, while three more are considering it and another three say they have not received the request. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh was particularly scathing in his refusal, calling the request illegal and ´repugnant´. Brian Frosh, the Maryland Attorney General, said the request was ´designed only to intimidate voters and indulge President Trump´s fantasy that he won the popular vote´ In a statement, Mr Frosh said the request was ´designed only to
When Kathy Griffin posed for a photoshoot holding a fake decapitated, bloody head of President Donald Trump in June, she likely didn’t think about the wide-reaching implications of her so-called “joke.” While her controversial stunt resulted in some serious professional consequences, it also earned her a lengthy visit from the U.S. Secret Service. Secret Service agents reportedly tracked down Griffin and interviewed her in person for more than an hour. Further, the investigation into the bloody head debacle remains open. (Tweet) Griffin’s attorney, Dmitry Gorin, has claimed the comedian was merely exercising her “First Amendment rights to tell a joke.”
There is no more terrifying bogeyman in all of Portland. The beast steals our jobs and our self-respect. It keeps us from buying homes. It is The Californian. (Snip) Preston Page and Jessica Faraday, who moved to Portland from Southern California in February, woke up to find hateful messages such as "Go back to California" spray-painted across their front door, the front of their house and their car. The vehicle also had deep scratches gouged into it. The vandalism apparently happened at about 2:15 a.m. -- a neighbor heard "a really loud metal-on-metal sound," Faraday said. The neighbor looked out
Donald Trump likes to call Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren “Pocahontas.” It’s hardly original, but then neither is the color of our president’s hair. On the eve of our national holiday, “Pocahontas” was in Afghanistan with a couple of genuine Republican senators, John McCain and Lindsey Graham. As for our fearless leader, who claims to be on a never-ending mission to “Make America Great Again,” Donald Trump was true to his code by tackling the fairways of one of his incredibly fantastic, and wonderfully magnificent golf courses in New Jersey, half a world away from the front lines. Previous presidents have
A group of Georgia voters and a Colorado-based watchdog organization filed a lawsuit late Monday asking a judge to overturn the results of last month´s 6th Congressional District special election and scrap the state´s voting system, Colorado Politics has learned. The complaint, filed in Fulton County Superior Court, alleges that state and local election officials ignored warnings for months that Georgia´s centralized election system — already known for potential security flaws and lacking a paper trail to verify results — had been compromised and left unprotected from intruders since at least last summer, casting doubt on Republican Karen Handel´s 3.8-point
Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” network host Andrea Mitchell accused President Donald Trump of not reading, absorbing facts and was “not reality-based” when discussing his foreign policy moves. Partial transcript as follows: SCARBOROUGH: Andrea, you have talked before how Donald Trump thought he could personally charm the Chinese leaders, and we’ve seen this happen before throughout history. Famously FDR thought he could charm Stalin at Yalta. George W. Bush thought that he could charm Putin, talking about, you know, seeing into his soul, but Donald Trump, this has happened time and again, and he appears to be more susceptible to
Colin Kaepernick took to social media July 4 to explain why he took a recent trip to Ghana to find his own independence. His Twitter post features a video of his journey, while an Instagram post featuring the same video included a this message from Kaepernick, starting with a quote from Frederick Douglass. "What have I, or those I represent, to do with your national independence?" - Frederick Douglass. In a quest to find my personal independence, I had to find out where my ancestors came from. I set out tracing my African ancestral roots, and it lead me to
President Obama is engaged in acts that may go against the Logan Act which prohibits Americans from committing treason by acting with other governments against the US. A summary of the Logan Act follows: The Logan Act (18 U.S.C.A. § 953 ) is a single federal statute making it a crime for a citizen to confer with foreign governments against the interests of the United States. Specifically, it prohibits citizens from negotiating with other nations on behalf of the United States without authorization. Congress established the Logan Act in 1799, less than one year after passage of the Alien and
Her names was Monica Peterson, a Research Fellow and Assistant Director at the Human Trafficking Center in Colorado who traveled to Haiti to investigate ongoing allegations of rampant human trafficking – primarily of children. While there she messaged colleagues the following: I can’t say to what extent, but there is human trafficking happening through the Clinton’s Caraol Complex. And mining has always been historically linked to trafficking, slavery, and labor exploitation. I’d like to go see for myself who’s laboring at Morne Bossa, but I would hypothesize that the Dominicans are doing the contractual oversight of the mining, while marginalized Haitians are
Senate Democrats are turning to procedural tactics to delay confirmation of President Trump’s appeals court picks, and conservative groups are firing back with a new ad in Michigan trying to force two Democrats to clear a path for one embattled nominee. (Snip) The senators are flexing the chamber’s “blue slip” tradition, which gives individual lawmakers an exceptional amount of say in judges from their home state. Under the tradition, if both home-state senators don’t return their blue slips, signaling acceptance, Senate leaders will hold off on action on that pick. Neither Ms. Stabenow nor Mr. Peters have returned their
Bill Gates has warned that European leaders risk deepening the migrant crisis by being too generous to those arriving on the continent. The Microsoft founder said countries such as Germany will not be able to handle the ´huge´ numbers of migrants waiting to leave Africa and find a better life overseas. Instead, the 61-year-old suggested spending more on foreign aid to treat the root causes of migration, while making it more difficult for people to reach the continent. Speaking in an interview with the German Welt am Sonntag newspaper, with a translation published by Breitbart, he said: ´On the one