Fox liar Bill O'Reilly has been in a nasty custody battle for the better part of two years,
and the animosity between O'Reilly and his ex-wife Maureen McPhilmy appears to have
reached a boiling point. Gawker says O'Reilly is dragging the Catholic Church into the mess.
Nothing like having gay child molesters helping with your ugly divorce.
O'Reilly has been going to extreme lengths to punish his ex-wife, including barring
McPhilmy from accepting communion at her Catholic church.
They didn't say how he got that power...
As a result of their separation, courts declared that O'Reilly and McPhilmy needed a
therapist to "act as a neutral mediator" says Gawker. But O'Reilly put the crooked therapist,
Lynne Kulakowski, on his payroll. His lawyer did not deny these charges in court.
Yes, we should drag alllll of this liar's personal problems into the spotlight.
Let's do to O'Reilly what they did to Clinton back in 1998.
...and is there some way we can get Nancy Grace involved?
"All men are guilty pigs!"
Honest to fucking god, nerves of lime fucking jello, these a-holes.
A dying veteran in hospice writes a damning open letter to George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, faulting them -- rightly -- for his death. Take the time to read it, because you know Bush and Cheney will never bother. Although the Bush administration neocons never be punished for them, we owe it to ourselves to bear witness to the enormity of their crimes. It's at times like these that I almost understand Christianity. It would be a tremendous comfort to be certain that George and Dick would eventually burn in Hell, unable to escape justice in the end.
What would Jesus do? Sell His clothes and buy a gun, if you believe one Minnesota lawmaker. Fucktard.
According to a just-published Pew Research study, 85% of MSNBC's airtime is devoted to opinions and commentary, with only CNN delivering more than 50% "factual reporting" out of the three cable networks examined. Breitbart is doingcartwheels: "MSNBC is everything that progressives imagine Fox to be. As the charts demonstrate, it is little more than a conduit for progressive opinion aimed at bolstering the Democratic Party." What the study does not apparently examine is how much of that "factual reporting" at Fox is, in fact, factual.
In the DC suburbs, a grounded teenager who snuck out of his house to go drinking with friends came home later in the night to thewrong house, two doors down, and snuck back in, where he was shot and killed by