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Miller Time: Biased college course competition

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The most biased college courses in America and the ice getting thicker in Antarctica; Dennis Miller sounds off on ‘The O’Reilly Factor’
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Miller Time: Presidential politics getting bizarre

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Campaign gift suggestions for White House hopefuls; Dennis Miller sounds off on ‘The O’Reilly Factor’
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Miller Time: Government seizing private property

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New York City seeking to redevelop land in Coney Island and a school district’s decision on tag during recess; Dennis Miller sounds off on ‘The O’Reilly Factor’
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WATCH: What This SC Dem Said About Fox News And Church Massacre Sets O’Reilly On Fire

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This is from Western Journalism.

This is typical of the DemocRat Party blame everyone but the criminal for their action.

 

Not only did President Obama waste no time in calling for more gun control in the wake of the Charleston church massacre, but a South Carolina lawmaker was quick to condemn Fox News for spreading the kind of “hate speech” and “coded language” that inspired suspected mass murderer Dylann Roof.

The man who went on national TV and linked Fox News with the horrific killing of nine people at the Emanuel AME Church is no obscure politician. He’s the Minority Leader of the South Carolina State House, Democrat Rep. Todd Rutherford. A longtime friend of State Sen. Clementa Pinckney — the paster of the church who died along with eight others when a gunman opened fire during a Bible study class — Rep. Rutherford had told CNN that the suspected shooter was motivated to slaughter innocent black people “because he watches things like Fox News.”

As The Blaze noted, Rutherford appeared on the Fox News show The O’Reilly Factor after having made his accusatory comments on CNN earlier on Thursday. And while his conversation with host Bill O’Reilly began calmly enough, it soon went south when the host asked the lawmaker about his associating the alleged mass killer with what is broadcast on Fox News.

Rutherford and O’Reilly then began to spar, speaking over each other.

“Mr. Rutherford, let me get a question out!” O’Reilly said. “Are you going to stand there tonight and say there that Fox News justifies brutal crimes against black Americans?”

Rutherford then denied that he had suggested that and accused O’Reilly of “inflaming the rhetoric.”

By clicking on the video above, you can watch the fiery exchange between Bill O’Reilly and the South Carolina legislator who blames Fox News for broadcasting what he claims are the kind of inflammatory stories and opinions that lead to horrific hate crimes like the Charleston church massacre.

Miller Time: Hillary Clinton hysteria

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Dennis Miller on The O’Reilly Factor.

 

 

Comedian on the Hillary Clinton campaign, Ebola and the California drought
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Bill O’Reilly Drops 50-Megaton Truth Bomb on Guest Who Claims It’s ‘Hunting Season on Black Men’

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This is from Independent Journal Review.

Shame on you  Bill for confusing poor Tavis with the facts.

Tavis as a good liberal never bothers with the facts as facts do not fit the lefts template America is racist. 

 

Radio talk show host Tavis Smiley appeared on The O’Reilly Factor on Wednesday to weigh in on a New York grand jury’s refusal to indict police officer Daniel Pantaleo in the death of Eric Garner.

While O’Reilly agreed with Smiley that the death of Garner (who was illegally selling cigarettes on the street at the time of the confrontation) was controversial, they parted ways when Smiley charged that white police officers indiscriminately target blacks.

O’Reilly’s response? Facts and statistics.

Smiley: “There is no respect for the humanity and the dignity for black life in this country.”

O’Reilly: “Do you know how many blacks were killed by police by gunfire last year?”

Smiley: “Off the top of my head, I don’t.” (Which begs the question, on what basis did he make the charge?)

O’Reilly: “The number is 123. Do you know how many whites were killed? 326. There are 43 million-plus black Americans — 123 were killed by police gunfire. There isn’t an epidemic of this. … But when it happens it’s extremely troubling.”

Regardless of the facts, Smiley persisted, saying it’s “open season, hunting season” on blacks. Speaking of facts, here are a few more:

  • Police killings of blacks are down 70% in last 50 years
  • In 2013, blacks committed 5,375 murders
  • In 2013, whites committed 4,396 murders
  • Whites are 63% of the population, blacks are 13%

Also, from 1980 through 2008, 93% of black murders were committed by other blacks. And while blacks constitute 13% of the population, they committed 49% of total murders for the same period.

Following the shooting death of Michael Brown by Officer Darren Wilson, signs proclaiming “black lives matter” have been prominent at protests across the country. Where are those same signs in the streets of Chicago?

Miller Time Election Edition 2014 – Dennis Miller – O’Reilly

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This is from Clash Daily.

 

DENNIS MILLER: ‘Liberalism Is Like A Nude Beach…’

 

Bill O’Reilly Cuts Vacation Short to Deliver What May Be the Most Passionate Evaluation of Ferguson

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This is from the Independent Journal Review.

I stopped watching The Factor because Bill has slipped off the deep end.

However, he is spot on in his observations about Ferguson.

 

Bill O’Reilly opened his show last night with a direct and fiery indictment of the mainstream press coverage of the Ferguson shooting and subsequent reactions to the protests and riots.

After summarizing the main points of the situation, with which he is clearly frustrated, O’Reilly concluded with this statement:

“What happened to Michael Brown should never happen to any American. What happened after his death should never happen in this country. But it is happening, and only the truth will overcome the chaos.”

Most Americans, regardless of what side of the aisle they stand on, would agree that what happened and is happening in Ferguson, Missouri, is tragic. But responding with more violence and divisiveness and force does nothing but make the situation worse.

Our legal system exists for a reason; if we don’t let it do its job, how can we expect justice to prevail?

Dennis Miller Laments Romney Loss

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This is from Bill O’Reilly’s back of the book segment.

I always like to hear Dennis Miller‘s take on various situations.

I always enjoy Miller’s wit,humor and biting satire.

Comedian with a post-mortem on GOP candidate’s defeat to President Obama.

 

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