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Showing posts with label FOX News. Show all posts
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Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Originally On LinkedIn: Re Sexual Harassment In the Workplace As Manifested By Roger Ailes

Let's face that Roger Ailes sexually harassed Gretchen Carlson, and even an intellectually-honest layperson—including an intellectually-honest aspiring professional—can see that—and at least aspiring professionals can learn from this tragedy while they look to enter the workforce, which may sadly hold incidents of harassment in their futures.

Everyone needs to note, for example, that:


  1. Gretchen Carlson filed the lawsuit after she was terminated, and she finally felt free to speak up.
  2. Roger Ailes has not pressed criminal-libel and fraud charges. He, however, did try to get the case moved from a New Jersey state court—neutral territory—to federal court—and he, having worked for Richard Nixon, has connections in the federal government.
  3. Given that Gretchen Carlson wrote those notes asking for more airtime, one can bet that her contract was breached against her multiple times—e.g., that she was not getting the airtime that her contract stipulated.
  4. One can also bet that praise for Ailes that she wrote in her 2015 book was blackmailed out of her.
  5. Not only has Gretchen Carlson reached a point—so have six colleagues whom spoke to "The Blaze", with two publicly identifying themselves.
  6. Only three ex colleagues have vocally spoken in favor of Roger Ailes and against Gretchen Carlson.
  7. One has to now wonder why Alisyn Camerota really left Fox News—what did "more opportunity" really mean?

The victim shaming that Gretchen Carlson has endured, by the way, goes to prove that sexual harassment and other abuse against women is indeed still rampant in the workplace, and inexcusably rampant. In other words, is abuse against women in the workplace excusable since "it happens all the time"?

Good luck to the likes of Roger Ailes, though—Roger Ailes and his ilk will need luck when their careers are ended because of their mistreatments of women and their subsequent inabilities to recruit women as employees.

Monday, February 3, 2014

Alright; Alright; The Proverbial Cat Is Out Of The Bag

I thought that I hid this from Twitter, Facebook, and Yahoo!, since I didn't want to get into trouble with or being disfavored by Geraldo Rivera or other people. Nonetheless, I did ask, "Do you think that Geraldo Rivera will retire this year?" Even last night, Johnny Dollar tweeted me:

  1. Tiny Klout Flag63johnny dollar ‏@johnnydollar01Feb 1
    Remember Geraldo said big news about his tv show coming ‘by week’s end’? That was 2 wks ago! Have you heard anything? I havent
  2. Tiny Klout Flag42N.V. Mara Czarnecki ‏@NickidewbearFeb 1
    Me neither. I wonder what's going on.
  3. Tiny Klout Flag63johnny dollar ‏@johnnydollar01Feb 1
    I don’t think his Saturday show has been on at all this year. Instead Red Eye and tonite a Hannity repeat. Odd.


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  4. Tiny Klout Flag42N.V. Mara Czarnecki ‏@NickidewbearFeb 1
    I agree.

Please note that I made unequivocally and absolutely clear, "I'm a fan of Geraldo. I'm just seeing that Geraldo's glory days could possibly be coming to a sad end. He will be 71 on July 4th, though; and his dad did sadly die at the age of 72 on Thanksgiving Day of 1987. So, Geraldo could be slowing down professionally in (God forbid) his final years. Also, he did eerily say that he has four more years left in him professionally speaking a while back."

Please especially take careful notes of the phrase "I'm a fan", "sad end", "sadly", "God forbid", and "eerily". I also did not vote on the poll myself. I hope that Geraldo lives to be 120 years old and has 50 more professional years, and even makes a comeback that I would envy—e.g., 504 "likes" on a picture during the Superbowl is good enough; and imagine how many likes he'd get if he made a full comeback!

One voter (not to mention that my sister has) even asked (as my sister has several times), "Who gives a crap?" (As my sister has asked it, "Who cares?") My response is, "I cares." or "I care. Aren't I somebody?" or "I care. Am I a nobody?" Besides, as one person stated on Geraldo's photo, "Geraldo, you deserve major cheers for the reporting you did on Willowbrook and the mistreatment of the mentally challenged. That's what I always will remember you for."

As I've said myself (even though Mom and Michelle try to convince me of otherwise), Geraldo kept me out of Willowbrook—I would've been in there for having Cerebral Palsy alone. The OCD/Anxiety, Depression, and ADD would've just been the proverbial icing on the proverbial cake of excuses for someone who would've wanted to put me in Willowbrook (e.g., Dad or Pop-Pop, and they would have made sure that the divorce-case judge ordered Mom to do that or give custody to Dad so that he could do that).

So, at risk of getting into trouble and incurring disfavor, I ask whether you think that Geraldo Rivera will (in my opinion, sadly) retire this year.

Friday, December 27, 2013

I See That...

Mr. Covel's true colors are finally showing. Someone stated, "The establishment is against bringing in guns, yet the great Toby Keith is quoted in promoting concealed carry. I guess whatever sounds good with the people is what he is after." Toby Keith is definitely a "for me, but not for thee" kind of guy.

When I saw the article, I could not help but jump in to comment on his restaurant's Facebook page. I had it with him and his daughter making trouble for me (and she's probably still pretending to be different people doing different searches and/or directly frequenting my blog. I have 28 pages worth of her having done that from October 20-November 17, 2013—and in a 29-page document of evidence against her. At the end of the document, I just wrote, "Collection of evidence concluded on November 17, 2013—decision made November 19, 2013 at 10:07:09 PM. Endless pages would be in document if continuation of evidence collection occurred—the attempts at intimidation from Mrs. Sandubrae are ongoing on an almost-daily or even a daily basis."

(Meanwhile, UMPG Publishing is still holding a claim against my fair-use cover of "Should've Been a Cowboy.").

I can at least see that not only does "he probably [get] this all around [N]orman"—the hometown of his which he bought or something, since "he owns most of [it]"—but also that he "gets this" everywhere else. Indeed, Mr. Covel, what comes around goes around—as the converse to the old saying goes—, and it is going around. "He who sows iniquity will reap sorrow, [a]nd the rod of his anger will fail." (Proverbs 22:8) Whatever Mr. Covel's upset at God and/or others about, he's sure not helping himself with what he's doing about it in his anger. "Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap." (Galatians 6:7)

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

President Barack Obama And His Executive Mandate: Is He Fulfilling The Tenets Of It? (Originally For Class)

So, is President Barack Obama fulfilling the tenets of his execute mandate—in this case, his mandate to be the United States head of state and head of government? The unabashed and clear answer is “No.” Even today, headlines such as “Second wave of health plan cancellations looms”[1] and “White House braces for doctor dump”[2] make clear that he cannot fulfill his self-proclaimed mandates regarding the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”). Along with that come headlines such as “How low can it go? ObamaCare poll numbers drop—again”[3].
The headlines unpartisanly make clear that the popular-vote and electoral-vote winner of the 2012 Presidential Election and the then-incumbent President of the United States. Per the CBS-taken poll that was cited in “How low”, “While Republicans are united in their opposition to the health care law, the latest numbers reflect new skepticism among Democrats and independents.” The poll further reflects, “Obama has been facing criticism from his own party for both the failures of HealthCare.gov as well as cancellation notices that have gone out to those on the individual market whose policies did not make the cut under ObamaCare's new standards. The president last week gave insurance companies a one-year extension, allowing them to re-offer those out-of-compliance plans.”
What, then, is President Obama’s mandate? Obviously, it is to be an effective head of state and government, and chief executive who can win and keep the hearts and minds of his constituents and fellow public servants. According to Ansolabehere et. al., “Government touches the life of the ordinary citizen most directly in his or her interactions with bureaucratic agents-at the Department of Motor Vehicles when obtaining a driver's license; in filing one's income tax return with the Internal Revenue Service; at the recruiting center when enlisting in one of the armed services; at the Board of Elections when registering to vote.”[4] Furthermore, “The
bureaucracy is the administrative heart and soul of government. It is where the rubber meets the road-where the policies formulated, refined, and passed into law by elected officials are interpreted, implemented, and ultimately delivered to a nation's citizens. ”[5]
            With ObamaCare, President Obama clearly has not “ultimately delivered [his policy] to [his] nation [read: state]'s citizens”. Despite that Obamacare was indeed “formulated, refined, and passed into law by elected officials[;] interpreted, [and] implemented [to take full effect in 2014]”, it was immediately and has further become controversial and scandalous legislation. Therefore, the ObamaCare scandal (“ObamaGate”? “CareGate”? “Health-Care Gate”?) alone shows that Obama is not fulfilling his mandate as the chief United States state and government executive.
            This to say nothing of IRSGate, which involved the IRS that is supposed to “[touch] the life of the ordinary citizen most directly in his or her interactions with bureaucratic agents-at the [IRS when he or she files his or her] income tax return with [them]”. Instead, with President Obama’s allowance and/or command, the IRS busied themselves witchhunting non-Far-Left individuals and being the inquisitors regarding potential and established non-Far-Left 501(c)3s and 501(c)4s, and other non-Far-Left organizations that must be established or maintained with IRS permission or approval.
            This also says nothing of what happens “at the Department of Motor Vehicles when [one is] obtaining a driver's license [or attempting to do so]”. For one who follows the news, he or she may know that President Obama and Governor Martin O’Malley of Maryland are ideologically and partisanly aligned—since both are Far-Left Democrats. If President Obama is influenced by Governor O’Malley—who made sure that “Maryland became the 13th state to either issue or announce it will soon be issuing driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants”[6] —he may get ideas—and scary ideas. After all, he made RomneyCare’s core concept a national concept when he took it from a Massachusetts-state one—to give all citizens who were residing in the certain territory and could or did not have private insurance government-funded healthcare. He made take the ideas of Maryland, “Connecticut, Utah, California, North Carolina, Illinois, Oregon, Colorado, Rhode Island, Nevada, Washington State, Washington D.C., New Mexico and Vermont”[7], and make them a national idea—and without putting citizens and legal immigrants first.
            In conclusion, President Obama is failing miserably at fulfilling his mandate to be the United States head of state, head of government, and chief executive—even to the point at which he has gravely upset his constituents. “Now we are seeing the President's poll numbers plummet. His approval rating of 39% is evidence that Americans have turned sour on him. For a very long time, even when voters did not agree with his policies, his personal likeability remained strong. They viewed him apart from his policies; that is no longer the case. Now, Americans are not liking his policies and they are not liking him very much either.”[8]



Monday, October 14, 2013

Noah's Haplogroup And More Proof That Ashkenazi Jews Are Not Khazars

"“These men and the Iceman had the same ancestors.”" So, 5773-5300 = 473 AM. The Flood happened in 2150 BCE (1610 years after creation, or 1610 AM). So, the man lived prior to the Flood. Noah had G-L91, then. The other haplogroups didn't come around until Babel.

As far as Ashkenazim:


As far as the "mosaic" aspect:

"Neither shall thy name any more be called Abram, but thy name shall be Abraham; for the father of a multitude of nations have I made thee6 And I will make thee exceeding fruitful, and I will make nations of thee, and kings shall come out of thee."

Also:

"[O]f them also will I take for the priests and for the Levites, saith the LORD."

By the way, they clearly admitted to limitations in the study. e.g.:

"In some cases, we could not recognize the ethno-ancestral characteristic of a specific haplotype; further comprehensive testing would accomplish this task. The detection of additional SNPs, testing for extended STR markers, and full mtDNA testing would help us to get a better understanding of the subjects of our investigation. Analysis of the autosomal DNA is another technique that would provide valuable inputs on this topic. Therefore, our study should be viewed as only a starting point for the analysis of this people."

Also:

"We sampled 23 East European Karaite men and 5 East European Karaite women: a total of 28 individuals with deep roots in the East European Karaite communities. We also sampled one Karaite man whose family had immigrated and integrated into the Crimean Karaite community but was not originally from Europe. Except for this man's paternal line, only East European Karaite lineages were tested. Some of our participants were children of mixed marriages between a Karaite and a non-Karaite. The women could only be tested on their maternal lines since the Y chromosome is not transmitted from fathers to their daughters."

Since "Karaite Jews mainly use descent through the male line as the way to determine a person's automatic Jewish or non-Jewish religious status[; t]he same used to be true of Rabbinical Judaism", and Ruth converted into Judaism via a levirate marriage to Boaz, for Karaites to have "married non-Israelite (Iberian, Italian, Indian, etc.) women" and have them convert was seen as perfectly fine. Also, prisoner-of-war women who chose to stay after a whole month converted into Judaism.

Also, women were usually not allowed to convert outside of Yahadut P'rushit—heck; they're not even allowed to be involved in sedarim l'Pesach, Torah and Talmud study, or donning of tefillin and tallitot in haredi communities: that's a "man's job", as the saying goes, in that community. After all, "[t]he rabbis are not concerned that women are not spiritual enough; rather, they are concerned that women might become too spiritually devoted". 

Thursday, August 8, 2013

"I'm Not Jewish. I'm Catholic!"

You're still Jewish, Greg Gutfeld. What was wrong with Bill O'Reilly wishing you a Happy Hanukkah? If only more Jews like you were wished such. Even Chabad.org (much to their chagrin, I suppose) states, "If Judaism is a religion, then someone who doesn’t believe in the religion should be no longer Jewish. The reality, however, is that it doesn’t work that way." Also, "According to Torah law, a person's Jewishness is not a matter of life-style or self-perception: one may be totally unaware of one's Jewishness and still be a Jew, or one may consider himself Jewish and observe all the precepts of the Torah and still not be a Jew."--and Ruth was a giyoret tzedekah. The Nazis used this against us, and that's when we should have united--Pharisee, Karaite, JuBu, HindJu, Messianic, Sabbatean, and otherwise--and said, "So, we are a 'race'; we are an ethnos, and it is thus as you say--and that gives you no right to commit ethnocide against us. In fact, it holds you more accountable to Yehovah if you even try to touch us. For, ' Behold, they may gather together, but not by Me; whosoever shall gather together against thee shall fall because of thee.'" 

. Until you come home, you're not helping us. Coming home doesn't mean that you have to give up being Roman Vaticanist ("Catholic", "Universalist")--there are Evangelical Jewish Catholics (who really are part of the "Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church", and who are Zionists instead of taking their cues from the Vatican). You can even be Agnostic as you stated that you are at present--nobody's here to proselytize you to Yeshua (and, sadly, you won't most of us even believing in Yeshua, anyway).

You too, Kevin--Israelites, Jews, etc. stick together.

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Repost: Wrong Call, Twitter


"I think Twitter's approach is being very heavy-handed,'' he said. "They suspended my account without warning me. They didn't tell me for 24 hours why it had been suspended.''


NBC has racked up record ratings through the first couple days of the London Games, but also has faced harsh criticism online, largely from American viewers upset with tape-delayed coverage. Angry Olympic fans used the hashtag "nbcfail'' and even set up at least one parody account poking fun at the TV wait.
The network is streaming the events online, but that clearly isn't enough for some viewers who shelled out thousands of dollars for big-screen TVs and want their live coverage.
"If this Gary Zenkel doesn't want to hear from the many tens of thousands of customers he upset with his network's coverage, I think he's in the wrong job,'' Adams said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press.
When Twitter receives a complaint like the one against Adams, its support team does its own investigation before deciding whether to suspend the account.
Adams said he found Zenkel's email with a simple online search, but said he didn't grab it from an NBC website.
"His address is not a private email address,'' Adams said. "It's a corporate address. It's not his private email address. It's a corporate account. It's company information.''

I'm not watching the Olympics, anyway; and the only worth-it person this year on NBC at the Olympics is Bob Costas. Now I have one more reason not to give Anti-Semitic NBC any ratings: they're whiny. "If this Gary Zenkel doesn't want to hear from the many tens of thousands of customers he upset with his network's coverage, I think he's in the wrong job." 

By the way, unlike NBC, Fox News lets one contact them; and even the Fox News spouses who are public figures get involved--even if one doesn't like how they get involved. To be fair, for example, to Geraldo Rivera's wife, she did get involved when I had some complaints about her influence on Geraldo and her befriending Traci Lynn Johnson (Traci Lynn Barber by now, I suppose). She at least took my complaints seriously enough, even if she didn't find them legitimate, to respond to them. Furthermore, to be fair, she did--as I stated--influence a change a heart in me.


Back to the point, Twitter made the wrong call and gave an Anti-Semitic (with the exception of Bob Costas) and whiny network too much credence or kavod, or whatever you want to call it. Twitter, therefore, should give Guy Adams his Twitter account back (and so be if this blog entry gets me suspended from Twitter; I wouldn't support the Anti-Semitic NBC, who could've easily boycotted the IOC for refusing to remember the murder victims in Munich, anyway. Why Twitter did, I'll never know.).


Meanwhile and while I'm obviously calling for a boycott of all of NBC but for Bob Costas, I want to give one more plug to open and Philosemitic Fox News--and a shout-out for a happy seventh birthday to Sol Rivera (Geraldo's and Erica's daughter) and a happy ninth anniversary to Geraldo and Erica (Make this one last, Geraldo!).

Monday, July 30, 2012

Wrong Call, Twitter

"I think Twitter's approach is being very heavy-handed,'' he said. "They suspended my account without warning me. They didn't tell me for 24 hours why it had been suspended.''




NBC has racked up record ratings through the first couple days of the London Games, but also has faced harsh criticism online, largely from American viewers upset with tape-delayed coverage. Angry Olympic fans used the hashtag "nbcfail'' and even set up at least one parody account poking fun at the TV wait.
The network is streaming the events online, but that clearly isn't enough for some viewers who shelled out thousands of dollars for big-screen TVs and want their live coverage.
"If this Gary Zenkel doesn't want to hear from the many tens of thousands of customers he upset with his network's coverage, I think he's in the wrong job,'' Adams said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press.
When Twitter receives a complaint like the one against Adams, its support team does its own investigation before deciding whether to suspend the account.
Adams said he found Zenkel's email with a simple online search, but said he didn't grab it from an NBC website.
"His address is not a private email address,'' Adams said. "It's a corporate address. It's not his private email address. It's a corporate account. It's company information.''

I'm not watching the Olympics, anyway; and the only worth-it person this year on NBC at the Olympics is Bob Costas. Now I have one more reason not to give Anti-Semitic NBC any ratings: they're whiny. "If this Gary Zenkel doesn't want to hear from the many tens of thousands of customers he upset with his network's coverage, I think he's in the wrong job." 

By the way, unlike NBC, Fox News lets one contact them; and even the Fox News spouses who are public figures get involved--even if one doesn't like how they get involved. To be fair, for example, to Geraldo Rivera's wife, she did get involved when I had some complaints about her influence on Geraldo and her befriending Traci Lynn Johnson (Traci Lynn Barber by now, I suppose). She at least took my complaints seriously enough, even if she didn't find them legitimate, to respond to them. Furthermore, to be fair, she did--as I stated--influence a change a heart in me.


Back to the point, Twitter made the wrong call and gave an Anti-Semitic (with the exception of Bob Costas) and whiny network too much credence or kavod, or whatever you want to call it. Twitter, therefore, should give Guy Adams his Twitter account back (and so be if this blog entry gets me suspended from Twitter; I wouldn't support the Anti-Semitic NBC, who could've easily boycotted the IOC for refusing to remember the murder victims in Munich, anyway. Why Twitter did, I'll never know.). 


Meanwhile and while I'm obviously calling for a boycott of all of NBC but for Bob Costas, I want to give one more plug to open and Philosemitic Fox News--and a shout-out for a happy seventh birthday to Sol Rivera (Geraldo's and Erica's daughter) and a happy ninth anniversary to Geraldo and Erica (Make this one last, Geraldo!).









Thursday, July 19, 2012

What Nudniks the Martin Family Are!

I read this article--how disgusting of the Martins!


Martin's mother and father watched the interview and appeared on "Fox & Friends" Thursday morning. His mother and father both said Zimmerman's apology appeared insincere and were troubled that the man accused of killing their son considered it all "God’s plan."
"I don't understand what he was thinking by saying it was God's plan that he murdered our child," Tracy Martin, the teen’s father said. "I really don’t understand what God he worships because it’s not the same God that I worship."
Sabrina Fulton, Martin’s mother, also appeared angered by the comment.
"Why would God have him kill an unarmed teenager?" she asked. "It makes no sense."


How can the Martins live with themselves--twisting what a man meant? Sabrina, you're right, by the way: you worship a way different G-d than George Zimmerman worships. Your G-d is probably who you and your race-baiting buddies call "Yashahrali" or whatever you call him. George Zimmerman's, my, and quite a few others' G-d had George Zimmerman save his own life from your pothead, nudnik son who didn't have the decency or common courtesy to identify himself to and ask for directions from George Zimmerman when he was wandering around the neighborhood during a rainstorm, and with the neighborhood being one that wasn't his normal residence--if you're lost, you ask for directions and identify yourself if need be. 

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

My Take On the George Zimmerman Case...

So we know and/or can infer from the "Hannity" interview (and other reports) that, among a plethora of other things:

  1. Trayvon Martin was indeed on top of and beating up George Zimmerman.
  2. George Zimmerman's lie detector and other tests indicated "No Deception Indicated".
  3. Witness #9 claimed both racism and molestation.
  4. Trayvon Martin, again being on top of George Zimmerman, was reaching for his belt. So, he was either going to beat George with his own belt or even rape him (and criminals, perhaps especially if and when they're drugged--e.g., on pot--will do things like that. Remember the pothead who stripped himself and ate the homeless man's face off?).
  5. Trayvon, at 17, was out shopping alone in the first place (and didn't ask his dad or his dad's girlfriend, or someone else with a car to take him); would not even ask George Zimmerman for directions or even take his hood off for a minute to identify himself, and tried to pick a fight with George Zimmerman.
  6. George Zimmerman was going to Target when he noticed Trayvon.
  7. Trayvon was reasonably profiled among other Black men, and among White and Hispanic men--many of whom had been involved in (as I believe that George Zimmerman himself stated) "a string of burglaries".
  8. George Zimmerman once helped, among the kids whom he tutored, a homeless Non-White man.
  9. Trayvon Martin was suspended from school and (as I implicity brought up before) a pothead.
  10. George Zimmerman didn't mean to follow Trayvon Martin--he was going in the same direction to get to his own house or the neighborhood club to meet the police.
In conclusion, the racist Martin Family and Benjamin Crump, "Reverend" Al Sharpton, the NAACP, and others have a hard, long look to take at the troublemaking 17-year-old that their beloved Trayvon Martin was. 

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Broken Blog Shabbat: "Pennsylvania v. Sandusky" (2012)--Composed From My Tweets


That Jerry Sandusky was found guilty by a Penn State-biased jury is amazing. We know that G-d wasn't on Joe Amendola's side. But there is one problem regarding "Pennsylvania v. Sandusky" (2012): the only problem in "Pennsylvania v. Sandusky" is that "Kennedy v. Louisiana" (2008) took the death penalty off of the table.  Thanks to a racist who twisted facts to get his waySandusky will still have some time alive. In other words, the Supreme Court must be (albeit belatedly) kicking themselves for a decision that would and does have long-term ramifications--pedophiles such as Jerry Sandusky will never again be legally put to death for essentially (and in some cases, entirely) taking the lives of children--in other words, Jerry Sandusky would be put to death only if he had actually physically murdered one of his victims (though, if I were a prosecutor, investigator, etc.; I'd charge him with murder if one of his victims committed suicide as a result of being sexually abused).

Meanwhile, I thought that Geraldo Rivera would at least tweet about "Pennsylvania v. Sandusky" (2012). Maybe that he didn't is better for everybody. In other words, now is not the time for Geraldo Rivera or anyone else on either side to plug in anything selfish, sensationalistic, etc.. I'm just saying, he has had a reputation for injecting too much self interest and sensationalism into stories. 

The "then again" side  is that he is a lawyer and has an actual and proven reputation of caring for children. So, why hasn't he tweeted? The only reason that I'm saying this is that I remember when he first tweeted about the case saying that he'd beat up Sandusky.

In conclusion, the Supreme Court will hopefully reconsider their "Kennedy" decision in light of "Sandusky"; and Geraldo Rivera--who, if one can say nothing else about him, does have a reputation for caring about children and wanted to beat Jerry Sandusky up for hurting too many children (since even one child is too many children to hurt, and Sandusky hurt at least 10 children over the course of at least 15 years). Anyway, Geraldo Rivera--will hopefully tweet something (hopefully non selfish and non sensationalistic) about the "Sandusky" verdict.

By the way, as I said, one can at least say that Geraldo Rivera does have a reputation for caring about children and would have loved to beat up Jerry Sandusky--too bad that Geraldo Rivera wasn't a prosecutor in the times before and when "Kennedy" took the death penalty off of the table.

Friday, March 23, 2012

A Broken Blog Shabbat: First, It's Rosh HaShanah 5772; Second...

I cannot believe that Bill O'Reilly agreed with Geraldo Rivera. Firstly (and we'll get back to Rosh HaShanah later; but firstly regarding Bill O'Reilly), I needed to get up and walk or eat dinner after that-- I just needed to get up. I thought, "Oh my G-d; Bill O'Reilly is going to get so blasted." I started wondering if Jesse Watters shouldn't have gotten him a cold rag for his head, if that's why Maureen left him, and if he is okay. I could've cried.

As for Rosh HaShanah: anyway, it's Rosh HaShanah; HaChodesh Chadash was cited b'Yerushalayim on the night of March 23; so L'Shanah Tovah Tikatevu v'Shabbat Tov-- despite all the Trayvon Martin-George Zimmerman and other chaos in the world. 

Sunday, March 4, 2012

These Blog Shabbats Have Been Useful...

Meanwhile, I could tell that in that moment between David McArthur and Mitt Romney, Mitt Romney was trying not to break down and cry himself. As for the timing of the elections, one could argue that these election cycles are short since past presidents didn't become presidents until later than January 20 (e.g., Lincoln in March). However, election cycles also started later back then. So, I agree with the "Special Report" panel in that unless some miracle for good or bad happens (since a miracle for Santorum would be bad for the rest of us-- e.g., if he won the Super Tuesday states), Mitt Romney's going to be the nominee. So, Super Tuesday should've been the day that the rest of the states (including Maryland) voted-- why drag the election out to April 3rd and all the way into June, even though I have time to get my absentee ballot application in?

Friday, February 24, 2012

Illegal Aliens and Driver's Licenses

Remember this "bustup" that looked like a Jack and Greg Czarnecki fight (My family will get this reference.)? LAPD Police Chief Charlie Beck and Sheriff Lee Baca want to track illegal immigrants using drivers' licenses. How do this bustup and the LAPD plan connect? Alfredo Ramos could've easily been tracked this way in Virginia Beach (where at least two of my cousins and their sides of the family live, and I wonder how they were affected by the Ramos-caused tragedy).

As a Jewish and Latina descendant of illegal-immigrant Anusim, I might be about the only other Republican who agrees with Chief Beck and Sheriff Baca. In other words, yo acuerdo con Geraldo Rivera en eso sujeto respetando a inmigrantes ilegales.

Monday, February 20, 2012

Sean Stone: Schmuck of the Day

Forget Bobby Brown, Geraldo Rivera: Sean Stone is the schmuck l'ha'yom. Sean Stone converted to Mohamedism, met with Iranian officials (including Mahmoud Ahmadinejad), equated "Allah" to Yehovah Eloheinu, and stated that Iran-- because of its supposed republican status-- should have nuclear power. He also brazenly admitted to Bill O'Reilly that he is a Mohamedian who believes that Iran should have nukes and who met with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and others in the Iranian "republic".

By the way, did you think that the "Mob Wives" may be connected to Anti-Israel Ahmadinejad? You never know, Mr. Rivera: after all, the Mafia is ruthless and willing to associate with and do all kinds of evil. 

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

I'm Just Waiting For The Call On the Caucuses, Likely Santorum's, To Be Made...

And I'm sitting through Ron Paul's speech. That he prefers a good crowd over a good speech seems good and redeeming about Ron Paul; but remember who Ron Paul's crowd is for much or even most of the part: Anti-Semitic or Self-Hating-Jewish (including Anti-Israel), 9-11 "truther", NWO conspiracy theorists. As for playing-with-his-deceased-child Santorum (which Alan Colmes, who loves to seize on stuff like Rick Santorum playing with his deceased child's remains), that Iowa elected him (based on the following from FOX News) raises a lot of questions about Iowa. Not that the straw poll didn't, anyway... Never mind; Romney won. Still, Santorum and Paul being in second and third place raises questions.


2012 Iowa Caucuses

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 Mitt Romney

Mitt
Romney

Rick Santorum

Rick
Santorum

Ron Paul

Ron
Paul

Newt Gingrich

Newt
Gingrich

Rick Perry

Rick
Perry

Michele Bachmann

Michele
Bachmann

Jon Huntsman

Jon
Huntsman

Herman Cain

Herman
Cain

Votes27,10126,97623,15514,57611,2795,57664554
%25%25%22%14%11%6%<1%<1%

Percentage Reporting

89%

Entrance Poll by Gender

  • 57%
  • 43%
  • Male
  • Female

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 CandidateVotes%
Romney27,10125%
Santorum26,97625%
Paul23,15522%
Gingrich14,57614%
Perry11,27911%
Bachmann5,5766%
Huntsman645<1%
Cain