Bill O’Reilly returned from vacation Monday night picking up from where he left off about race in the United States. He cited two big cases in the last few weeks (a black teenager shot by police after they saw him holding a gun, and three black teenagers beating up a white teen on a bus) to highlight the racial divisions in the United States that need to be addressed, but the “civil rights industry” and the “politically correct and cowardly media” refuse to talk about it. O’Reilly said the big divide in America is between people who
Comments: I have been as critical of O´Reilly as the rest of you, but I have to really give him credit, he is being brutally honest and not letting up in calling out these racists. He even called Sharpton a hustler! He is not afraid of them. Good for him! Someone is finally saying what has needed to be said for a very long time.
We are experiencing more racial divide today than ever before and surely drugs are a part of it as well as the rap music, depravity and the total absence of supervision in many households. We, as a nation, have abandoned our heritage of trust in God and family as the foundation for our lives.
I give thanks for the Hallmark channel that still gives US movies/programs that uphold family relationships and there are many integrated too, discounting the liberal agenda of separation and hate-filled movies/music/games that depict fear and horror.
We need to return to the Faith of our forefathers who established this country on Biblical principles and we grew because we honored God and He blessed US!
Pray for America! Our lives are dependent upon our return to righteousness, not political-correctness!
We need to support and uplift those who are willing to stick their necks out to declare our country deserves better. Than you Bill O´Reilly for making a stand.
Pray for America! We are being attacked from within as well as overseas.
The liberal/socialistic agenda is not working! Am I the only one Hoping for Change - back to what we once knew and did not appreciate - when Fathers knew best, were at home, worked to support their families and Moms were there to raise/love their kids and not let the TV or gangs teach them what is important!
I love this country and want more for my grand/great grandchildren. I am praying for God to hear the cries of us Grandmas who want better than what we "now" have!
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Ida Lil, 8/13/2013 3:55:17 AM (No. 9471043)
As an American citizen I reserve the right of free speech guaranteed me by the constitution. That means no one can force me to repent any word or statement that someone else considers a slur including racist comments. It is illegal and sad to fire or otherwise down beat or pressure a citizen to appease the complainer. Their right to redress ends where the speaker´s begin.
Allen West was on Greta´s show last night and after viewing the video (also seen on BOR´s show), they were discussing what was going on. Greta said she had done some research and the three boys did not belong on that bus. They were beating up the white kid because he had reported them for selling drugs. Question is - how did they know he had reported them? Bus driver was useless and he could have stopped it. Except he was black too.
To the average American, ObamaCare is part web site disaster, part shattered campaign promise writ very, very large. Millions of Americans have already been forced out of their existing health care policies, a number that may skyrocket in the new year. Russell Simmons sees it differently. The hip-hop mogul says ObamaCare is already so successful it´s saved thousands, if not millions of lives. Yes, we initially wanted single payer, and we had to compromise back in 2009 for the Affordable Care Act. But, it is a damn good piece of legislation that has already saved hundreds of thousands, if not millions of lives. So,
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A river runs through it -- and Uncle Sam isn´t far behind. That´s what several Republican lawmakers and even state farming groups and local governments are warning, after a draft rule from the Environmental Protection Agency proposed expanding which waterways are federally protected under the Clean Water Act. The concern is that the move could give the feds authority over virtually any stream or ditch, and hand environmentalists another way to sue property owners. In other words, critics say, the government might soon be able to declare jurisdiction over a seasonal stream in your backyard. If so, good luck getting
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´´Knockout´´ attacks have been reported in several states around the country and now investigators believe three people have been attacked in our area. Police in Lower Merion are investigating two attacks in the area, and Philadelphia detectives are investigating an attack in Northeast Philadelphia. It’s a violent crime that in other parts of the country has proven fatal. Videos from cities around the country show people being punched and beaten at random.
It´s no secret that Sarah Palin is mighty steamed at MSNBC and Martin Bashir over his despicable remarks about the abusive treatment he imagines for her. And now she´s doing something about it. The former Alaska governor and Fox News contributor was scheduled to sit down with Matt Lauer for a Christmas season interview. That´s now toast. Palin has now canceled Lauer´s scheduled trip to Wasilla, a source close to her tells me. It´s not because Palin is upset with Lauer or the "Today" show, but as a protest against NBC for not taking action against Bashir. In fact, Palin once sat
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Well folks, it looks like Arizona Senator John McCain will "be one of these old guys that should’ve shoved off.” According to the Arizona Republic, McCain is set to attend a glitzy fundraising for his 2016 campaign in New York City. Sen. John McCain has scheduled a December fundraiser in New York City, the surest sign yet that the veteran Arizona Republican is serious about possibly pursuing a sixth term in 2016. According to a copy of the invitation obtained Tuesday by The Arizona Republic, McCain is asking supporters to join him 6 p.m. Dec. 16 at the midtown St. Regis Hotel
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