Does anyone know what to do about the horrible hatred of Bill O'Reilly?
Aug 1, 2013
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Hello and how are you today?
Does anyone know what to do about the horrible hatred of Bill O'Reilly?
I like to write about O'Reilly and Reverend Sharpton and it is probably obvious that I am a dem and I really like President Obama.
I sometimes watch O"Reilly for comic relief but lately with this whole idea of the President Obama talking about Trayvon Martin and the national conversation on race has really set O'Reilly off into many rants, as you well know and have reported, about race and I guess he feels he can solve the issue in 15 minutes.
But now, his endless rant on Al Sharpton is becoming disgusting--I can't stand it. He is bordering on insanity. I think, just my opinion, he has a deep hatred and disrespect for everything of color and he is definitely a racist. I think he was always code for racism but now his very true colors are showing. I don't know if he will eventually go off the edge completely but I suspect not because he loves the podium of his show.
I almost can't watch him any longer--even for writing material. He's gone insane--and his hate for Al Sharpton is so over the top he almost makes me sick. It is like he is taking his whole hatred for everything of color, including Muslim, and piling it all on Al Sharpton. His exuberance in deriding Al Sharpton is really getting too much for me to handle--I'm cringing when I watch him.
The thing is, if you actually listen to Rev. Sharpton he has very soothing words, as a Reverend would, and he tries to be encouraging without violence. Last evening he cited Ghandi and Martin Luther King and humbly stated he is still evolving.
It's like he doesn't even want Al Sharpton to talk--he just wants him to go away just like the one juror describing Trayvon Martin--he should have just gone home.
I've been at the dinner parties at the rich neighbors, the ROWGs that love Rush, and heard the comments between martini sips about what should happen to different cultures; it's not very nice and I won't repeat it here but I do know what some people think--I used to hear it from my grandfather, too.
Well, what do you think? Can anything be done about this guy--he is so full of hatred.
Just my idea for a story or what, I don't even know, but I think something should be done. Maybe President Obama should say something like he did to Rush over Sarah Fluke--that stopped him in his tracks. Maybe people should approach the advertisers of Fox News re: the O'Reilly show.
Not to mention he is laying waste to the republican party and encouraging racism in the United States and misrepresenting us to all the advanced nations of the world--it's embarrassing.
Another thing--Bill went on CBS and tried to say he is the only one looking out for the average folks. He can't seem to understand the average folks are a beautiful coat of many colors. That is and always has been the history of the United States. If anyone is speaking to the average folks it is Reverend Sharpton. During those horrible events in Cleveland the neighborhood watch men were being interviewed on Politics Nation by Reverend Al. Oh my gosh, they just started talking to him as if they knew him forever. Seriously, Reverend Al is the person looking out for the average citizen, not Bill O'Reilly.
I really don't think that O'Reilly understands that President Obama won the election and he is of color and that is the make up of our country now; different people, other that Bill types are in power and have representation is high positions, such as Eric Holder, and more fair laws will eventually come to pass.
I guess like all bigots Bills is little and afraid, but it is starting to show in a way that is very uncomfortable to me.
Anyway, thank you for your time, I really do appreciate it and your very respected website and I do feel strongly about what I said--I think something definitely needs to be done but I do not know what and I hope you do.
Chloe Louise, the ronnie republic
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Google Doodle honors Maria Mitchell, first American female astronomer
Today's Google Doodle honors Maria Mitchell, a pioneer in both astronomy and women's rights.
By Elizabeth Barber / August 1, 2013
In October 1847, Maria Mitchell perched on the roof of the Pacific National Bank in Nantucket, Mass., where her father worked as a cashier. There, through a telescope, she saw a comet that would go on to join a roster of celestial objects and earthly buildings named for her and her work.
Ms. Mitchell, the first female American astronomer, was born 195 years ago today, and her major contributions both to astronomy and to women’s rights are remembered in a Google Doodle. Today’s doodle follows one last month honoring Rosalind Franklin, the British biophysicist who contributed enormously to the discovery of DNA, and joins a number of Google Doodles celebrating pioneering women in science.
Mitchell’s Nantucket world was a seaside one, where time and direction were measured in the stars. As she grew up, she too looked to them – looked up, and found a comet, and then another one.
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That first comet, named "Miss Mitchell's Comet,” won her fame – and gold prizes from King Frederick VI of Denmark. In the years following, she became the first female member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences. She then went on, in 1865, to become a professor of astronomy at Vassar College, as well as the director of the Vassar College Observatory.
Throughout those years, Mitchell was a major participant in the women’s suffragist movement – women would not get the right to vote in the United States until about 30 years after her death. In 1881, a profile in The Boston Herald called her “one of the practical advocates of women’s rights, showing in her work and life what a woman can do.” She was, that profile said, a women full of – and not afraid to show – a kind of fierce determination that had long been associated with men and deemed unattractive on a woman: when an apple tree obstructed her view at her Vassar observatory, she ordered it cut down. And then "continued and closed her work with great satisfaction."
And that determination, that commitment to hard work, was what she hoped to inspire in her young students. In 1890, an obituary in the New York Times wrote that “her advice to young people was never to repine, never to long for the impossible, but got to work and make the best of the opportunity offered.” Do that, and, maybe, its possible to reach the stars.
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By Gilad Atzmon
A Talmudic DeliberationEthnic cleansing advocate Alan Dershowitz is campaigning today for the release of arch spy Jonathan Pollard. In a commentary published on the repulsive Jewish media outlet The Algemeiner, Dershowitz argues “the time has come…for the United States to do the right thing with regard to Jonathan Pollard.”
Dershowitz’ argument is amusing as usual. “Pollard poses no continuing danger to America, since he has not had access to our secrets for nearly 30 years.”
Dershowitz, a Harvard law professor, should know that people occasionally remain locked behind bars for the crime they committed in the past rather than the crime they may not commit in the future.
For some peculiar reason Dershowitz also equates between Pollard and the Palestinian freedom fighters (whom he calls ‘murderers’), due to be released by Israel. “Unlike the Palestinian prisoners who are to be released, he (Pollard) has expressed regret over his actions and has sought forgiveness.”
Dershowitz obviously fails to realise that freedom fighters and political prisoners don’t tend to ask for forgiveness. Their action is the outcome of a legitimate struggle against oppression. However, Pollard, who was involved in an act of treason, falls into a different category altogether. Dershowitz and Pollard should accept that the act of asking for forgiveness doesn’t necessarily lead to a pardon.
Dershowitz believes that the USA should release Pollard in an attempt to persuade the Israelis to ‘vote for peace.’ “The Israeli public will have to vote for any deal struck between Israeli and Palestinian negotiators,” contends the ‘best Jewish Lawyer in the world.’
The Talmudic reasoning is quick to follow - “the outcome of such (Israeli) referendum will depend on whether Israeli voters believe that their security has been assured and that the United States continues to stand behind them.” So here we are, America should let off an arch Israeli spy so the Israelis can vote for peace.
I think that Dershowitz’ Talmudic orientation is indeed very impressive. However, being myself a product of Talmudic upbringing, I would actually go along with Dershowitz’ suggestion.
I would propose that the USA releases Pollard immediately under a strict provision – If the Jewish State votes peace as Dershowitz promises, Pollard would remain free. But if the Israelis fail to provide, if they vote against peace (as they usually do), then Pollard would be locked behind bars again as stipulated by his life sentence.
Such a condition would make the Israeli spy into a negotiation bargain for peace. If the Israeli people really want Jonathan free, as Dershowitz insists, they would have to choose peace for the first time.
I would love to know how Dershowitz can rescue his troubled case now.- See more at: http://mwcnews.net/focus/politics/29207-dershowitz-vs-atzmon.html#sthash.ik7KV6vq.dpuf
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