Monday, December 18, 2017

Tavis Smiley "I don't know where your h---------- is going to lead you"

“PBS made a huge mistake,” Tavis Smiley told ABC’s Good Morning America on Monday, in his first live interview since PBS suspended distribution of his interview program indefinitely, over sexual misconduct allegations. The Tavis Smiley Show has aired on PBS for 14 seasons.

Smiley said the employee handbook for his company does not forbid relationships between employees because “I don’t know where your heart is going to lead you.”

He acknowledged having consensual sexual relationships with women on his staff, including one who still works for him. But he denied he ever gave employment instructions to company execs based on those relationships.

Tavis Smiley Takes His Case To ‘GMA’: “PBS Made A Huge Mistake” | Deadline

Thursday, December 14, 2017


There are people who claim to be journalist who are in obvious mental distress and making claims that only they could believe to be true.

In a New York Times op-ed published Thursday, David Leonhardt, Ian Prasad Philbrick, and Stuart Thompson analyzed the number of lies President Donald Trump has told in his first 10 months in office and compared them to how many lies former President Barack Obama told while he was in office.

In their analysis, Trump has told 103 “lies or falsehoods,” with Obama only telling 18 in eight years.

Wednesday, December 13, 2017


When it comes to the Establishment having an R or a D after your name makes no difference because in either case the cronies are the same; they pander to those who bankroll them.

That means that if an "outsider" becomes a real threat to the order of things all bets are off even if that means Republicans supporting a Democrat; and that's what happened yesterday in Alabama.

The positive that comes out of this for Main Street Americans is that it confirms that the political system is rigged and anyone who would threaten it is in for a fight.

There's going to be a big hoopla from the Establishment about this win but the overall effect still leaves them in big trouble come 2018/20 and beyond.

Let's keep in mind that this election was won with a very small number of votes; only 18% of the electorate and by only 12,000 votes. That's not much to brag about in the bigger picture.

The Main Stream Media on the other hand made as much of it it as possible.

Alabama voters surged to the polls Tuesday, blowing through turnout estimates of 20 to 25 percent, to exceed well over 1 million votes cast, about 38 percent of the state’s registered voters.

Turnout expectations were shaped by the fact that for most of Alabama the U.S. Senate special election between Democrat Doug Jones and Republican Roy Moore was the only race on the ballot. And, turnout for both the primary and runoff saw the vast majority of Alabama voters stay home.

But that wasn’t the case Tuesday, as Democratic voters surged giving Jones a hard-fought win over Moore in a solidly Republican state.

Moore’s advantage was expected to be a core group of supporters who would always turn out for him, but Jones managed to energize Democrats and, compared to the 2016 Presidential election totals for President Trump, a lot of Republicans stayed home.

The Associated Press called it for Jones at about 9:25 p.m., with Jones having received more than 586,000 votes to Moore’s 574,000.

The Alabama Election: 5 Takeaways From Doug Jones' Win And Roy Moore's Loss : NPR

Tuesday, December 12, 2017


Wife of demoted DOJ official worked for firm behind anti-Trump dossier | Fox News

A senior Justice Department official demoted last week for concealing his meetings with the men behind the anti-Trump “dossier” had even closer ties to Fusion GPS, the firm responsible for the incendiary document, than have been disclosed, Fox News has confirmed: The official’s wife worked for Fusion GPS during the 2016 election.

Contacted by Fox News, investigators for the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) confirmed that Nellie H. Ohr, wife of the demoted official, Bruce G. Ohr, worked for the opposition research firm last year. The precise nature of Mrs. Ohr’s duties – including whether she worked on the dossier – remains unclear but a review of her published works available online reveals Mrs. Ohr has written extensively on Russia-related subjects. HPSCI staff confirmed to Fox News that she was paid by Fusion GPS through the summer and fall of 2016.

Fusion GPS has attracted scrutiny because Republican lawmakers have spent the better part of this year investigating whether the dossier, which was funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, served as the basis for the Justice Department and the FBI to obtain FISA surveillance last year on a Trump campaign adviser named Carter Page.


Top DOJ official demoted after contact with dossier authors

“The House Intelligence Committee,” Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., told Fox News in a statement on Monday, “is looking into all facets of the connections between the Department of Justice and Fusion GPS, including Mr. Ohr.”


They ask/beg for money from people they pander to. Exchanging money for favors is a definition of prostitution and has nothing to do with gender.

It's not surprising to see the MSM going into the gutter to since that's where they seem most comfortable in doiung what they do; which is not reporting the news.

White House: Those Calling Trump’s Tweet Harassment Have Mind “In Gutter” | Deadline

Only if your mind is in the gutter would you have read it that way, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders sniffed today when asked by reporters about Donald Trump’s vulgar morning tweet about New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.

Monday, December 11, 2017


CNN is again leading the charge in generating fake news. 

The question as to whether this is really a "news" organization or just an Establishment propaganda machine needs to be raised and responded to. Maybe Congress should investigate? 

Russia collusion narrative, and this time it’s a story relating to Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ security clearance forms.

In May, CNN reported that Sessions had failed to disclose meetings he had with the Russian ambassador when he was a senator. Justice Department officials told CNN that Sessions had not listed those meetings on a security clearance form, even though the form says to list “any contact” with the “foreign government” or its “representatives” in the past seven years.

CNN framed the non-disclosures as more evidence of collusion between Russia and the Trump team, writing, “He has come under withering criticism from Democrats following revelations that he did not disclose the same contacts with Kislyak during his Senate confirmation hearings earlier this year.”

At the time, Sessions said he was told by the FBI not to list meetings “connected with his Senate activities,” but CNN’s legal expert denied those claims.

“A legal expert who regularly assists officials in filling out the form disagrees with the Justice Department’s explanation, suggesting that Sessions should have disclosed the meetings,” CNN asserted.

The CNN report led to breathless coverage by the rest of the legacy media, who painted the non-disclosures as a Trump official trying to hide problematic meetings with the Russians.

However, CNN admitted early Monday that FBI emails prove that Sessions’ explanation for the non-disclosures is accurate.

CNN Walks Back Sessions-Russia Bombshell | The Daily Caller

Sunday, December 10, 2017


It is amusing to watch the Main Stream Media react to Trump.

Rather than doing what they claim to be doing; reporting the news, they spend endless hours dredging the swamp called DC to find something (anything) to whine about Trump with.

Media Rattled By Trump Dave Weigel Tweets | The Daily Caller

Saturday, December 9, 2017


This is not to insult his appearance but more to point out that he doesn't seem to understand the concepts of obstruction of justice or conflict of interest.

It's been pointed out in more than one news event that many of the staffers Muellers employs are Hillary fans; both overtly and covertly and highly likely to be biased against Trump.

It doesn't take a Special Prosecutor to connect those dots. Just someone with common sense.

So it's reasonable to ask, why doesn't Mueller purge his staff of Hillary stooges (fans) and many respond that that would mean dumping his whole staff!

So, is this nothing more than an Establishment (Hillary/Obama) lynch mob? Again, it doesn't take a Special prosecutor to figure that out.

Former WH Press Sec Says Mueller's Top Deputy Should Be Barred From Investigating Trump

Friday, December 8, 2017


An attorney for special counsel Robert Mueller attended Hillary Clinton’s election night party in New York City, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.

Andrew Weissmann’s attendance at the party is one of many signs pointing to a troubling bias from the attorney. Weissmann has been described by The New York Times as Mueller’s “lieutenant” and “pit bull.”

Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch obtained an email Tuesday that reveled Weissmann praised former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates’ defiance of Trump.

“I am so proud. And in awe. Thank you so much. All my deepest respects,” Weissmann wrote to Yates on Jan. 30. The email followed Yates’ instruction to the DOJ not to defend an executive order banning immigration from seven nations, an act that led to her dismissal by President Trump.

Weissmann is one of several Democratic donors that have been hired by Mueller, a registered Republican. The special counsel’s “pit bull” donated a combined $6,600 to the presidential campaigns of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

The special counsel’s probe has been criticized by Trump’s allies, but the White House maintains Trump has no intention to fire Mueller.

Mueller 'Pit Bull' Went To Hillary | The Daily Caller


How many times does a so-called news outlet get caught putting out fake news hen someone finally says; enough already. Time to clean out the rats/cronies that pledge their loyalty to the Establishment rather than their journalistic standards.

What's better than fake news? No news.

CNN Botches Major Donald Trump Jr. 'Bomb | The Daily Caller


It doesn't feel rightLet's ask the victims Mika.

MSNBC “Morning Joe” host Mika Brzezinski reacted to Al Franken announcing his impending resignation with five words: “This does not feel right.”
Brzezinski: Franken's Resignation Does N | The Daily Caller

Thursday, December 7, 2017


 Trump talked about grabbing "pussy" in a taped potty mouth "locker room" conversation while Al Franken actually groped and physically assaulted women; 8 at last count.

Al Franken: ‘Ironic’ I'm Leaving When Trump, Roy Moore Have Support - The Daily Beast


They say action(s) speak louder than word(s) which is especially true when it comes to male predatory behavior against women.

When the Trump bashers compare him to Franken they fail to make the distinction that while Franken actually did assault women Trump only engaged in some potty mouth "locker room" talk about celebrities groping women. 

Franken actually shoved his tongue down women's throats while Trump only wagged his tongue talking about it.

Anyone of average intelligence knows the difference.

Al Franken: ‘Ironic’ I'm Leaving When Trump, Roy Moore Have Support - The Daily Beast


I wonder if anyone close to Colbert has ever been groped by someone; sexually assaulted?

Does he think that if the groper is a comedian he gets a pass? How many women does Franken need to assault before he is asked to resign?

If Franken sincerely believes that he was/is part of the problem why does he not do the honorable thing and fall on his sword? If for no other reason, than for the victims sake.

What this kind of reaction by one of Hollywood's favorites does confirm why this kind of behavior is so rampant in the entertainment industry.

[WATCH] Stephen Colbert Mocks Dem Senators Sudden Pile-On To Get Al Franken Gone | Deadline

Wednesday, December 6, 2017


Would you know it.  Just when everyone thought that those tight fisted conservative Republicans were the cause of all our social ills it looks like the culprit(s) are actually those coastal "liberals" (Democrats) who are sucking all the air out of those less fortunate than they are.

Homeless Population Rises, Driven By West Coast Affordable-Housing Crisis : NPR

Homelessness in the United States went up slightly this year for the first time since 2010. During a one-night count in January, 553,742 people were found living outside or in shelters across the country, a 0.7 percent increase from the year before, according to new data released by the Department of Housing and Urban Development on Wednesday.

The increase is almost entirely due to a surge in homelessness in Los Angeles and other cities facing severe shortages of affordable housing, say HUD officials. Many of the cities are on the West Coast, including Seattle, San Diego and Sacramento, Calif.

Overall, the nation's homeless numbers are 13 percent lower than they were in 2010 and some communities have all but eliminated homelessness among veterans, emphasized HUD Secretary Ben Carson.

In A Push To House The Homeless, High Prices Are Eroding Gains

"Where we're not making great progress are in places like Los Angeles and New York City. These happen to be places where the rents are going up much faster than the incomes," said Carson in an interview with NPR.

In fact, Los Angeles reported a nearly 26 percent rise in homelessness this year over 2016. Most of the increase was among individuals living outside on the street.

The number of homeless veterans was also up 1.5 percent nationally, despite major efforts by the government and nonprofit groups to house veterans. Again, officials say that rise is due to the unusually large surge in homeless veterans in Los Angeles. Veterans' homelessness in the rest of the nation, excluding the city and county of Los Angeles, dropped by 3.2 percent.


He's such a nice guy. So funny. Warm and fuzzy like the Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland.

Ok! So he shoved his tongue down a few women's throats but he said he was sorry already! And, after all, he doesn't recall it being so bad. 

Come on! Lighten up gals! give a guy a break, already!

We go to give Al credit for one thing. He does have the "balls" to try and pull this one over on his audience while being so nice about shutting up (discrediting) his victims. 

Franken’s office disputes report that he plans to resign

Tuesday, December 5, 2017


The Devil is in the details.

Men in their 70' and 80's sporting erections usually found on 15 yr old teenagers are becoming a real problem in 21st century America.

The ones to pity the most are the women who are being subjected to these horrific misadventures when confronted by someone who for all practical purposes should have been put out to pasture but is instead prancing around prowling for their next victim.

Conyers Resigns Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations : NPR


Man, 74, gets more than he bargained for after taking TWO viagra to woo 27-year-old woman


One of the early signs of dementia is being unable to distinguish fact from fiction.

Such is the case with the "senior" Senator from California; Dianne Feinstein contends that an "obstruction of justice case against Trump is imminent. How she reached this conclusion is a mystery that it seems she is the only one that has any insight into.

Feinstein: Obstruction Of Justice Case Formin | The Daily Caller

California Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said Sunday that she believes an obstruction of justice case is being built against President Trump over the firing of James Comey as FBI director.

“I see it most importantly in what happened with the firing of Director Comey, and it is my belief that that is directly because he did not agree to lift the cloud of the Russia investigation. That’s obstruction of justice,” Feinstein said in an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

Feinstein said that both Special Counsel Robert Mueller and the Senate Judiciary Committee are investigating the circumstances around Trump’s May 9 firing of Comey.

“The Judiciary Committee has an investigation going as well, and it involves obstruction of justice. I think what we’re beginning to see is the putting together of a case of obstruction of justice,” said Feinstein.


If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and talks like a duck, chances are it's a duck.

Mueller's inside the FBI man is a Hillary fan. How unbiased is that?

Spotlight On Mueller Investigation As Top FBI Investigator Exchanged Anti-Trump Messages

The revelation that Special Counsel Robert Mueller kept secret that a top FBI investigator overseeing the Russia investigation exchanged anti-Trump text messages with an FBI attorney has fueled questions about Mueller’s credibility and his ability to oversee an impartial investigation.

Peter Strzok, the anti-Trump agent, is reported to be the official who first signed the FBI’s Russia investigation into existence and interviewed Michael Flynn. Strzok was also reportedly the one who softened former FBI Director James Comey’s language referring to Hillary Clinton’s email investigation. (BOMBSHELL: Top Clinton Aides Face No Charges After Making False Statements To FBI)

In an appearance on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton told the Daily Caller co-founder that “both [the Clinton and Russia] investigations in my view have been irredeemably compromised.” (RELATED: Anti-Trump Text Messages Show Pattern Of Bias On Mueller’s Team)

Monday, December 4, 2017


It's a familiar site at your local zoo. Monkeys hanging from tree limbs and masturbating in full view of their audience.

Fast forward to the halls of Congress and more recently Sacramento and we are now discovering that masturbating in public is not exclusively a monkey thing.

California assemblyman accused of forcing lobbyist into bathroom and masturbating - LA Times

Saturday, December 2, 2017


The law of averages would dictate that the number of times faux news makes it to the airwaves would be much more than the number of times it is exposed.

ABC News Suspends Brian Ross Over Bad Michael Flynn Report | Deadline

Friday, December 1, 2017


The government has an obligation; both legal and moral to safe guard the "people's" money (taxes).

The use of taxes to protect sexual predators by paying off their victims is not only immoral but is obstruction of justice and those colluding should be held accountable.

Who authorized these payoffs? Who are the perpetrators being protected?

The time to drain the swamp is long overdue.

Pelosi, Ryan Call on Conyers To Step Down; Franken Under Senate Ethics Inquiry : NPR

Sunday, November 26, 2017


Taxpayers have been billed and paid over $17 million to protect sexual predators who roam the halls of Congress.

To add insult to injury the congressional leadership is not only paying for these sexcapades but are now openly defending the predators.

Pelosi Defends Conyers, He's 'An Ic | The Daily Caller

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi defended embattled Democratic Michigan Rep. John Conyers Sunday, calling the 88-year-old congressman “an icon.”

NBC’s Chuck Todd asked Pelosi on “Meet the Press” Sunday whether Conyers, who faces sexual harassment allegations, should be “in or out” of Congress.

“We are strengthened by due process. Just because someone is accused — and was it one accusation? Is it two?” Pelosi replied. “John Conyers is an icon in our country. He has done a great deal to protect women — Violence Against Women Act, which the left — right-wing — is now quoting me as praising him for his work on that, and he did great work on that.”

The congresswoman continued on to say that she believes Conyers “will do the right thing.”

It was revealed last week that taxpayers footed the bill for a $27,000 settlement for a staffer of Conyers that claimed the Michigan Democrat made sexual advances on her and fired her after she wouldn’t “succumb” to them.

“In her complaint, the former employee said Conyers repeatedly asked her for sexual favors and often asked her to join him in a hotel room. On one occasion, she alleges that Conyers asked her to work out of his room for the evening, but when she arrived the congressman started talking about his sexual desires,” BuzzFeed revealed in its report. “She alleged he then told her she needed to ‘touch it,’ in reference to his penis, or find him a woman who would meet his sexual demands.”

The report said that four signed affidavits from former staff members said that Conyers made sexual advances on female staff.

Additionally, Melanie Sloan, a lawyer who worked with Conyers, said that she would encounter the congressman in his office “walking around in his underwear.” And a former staffer, who anonymously filed and then withdrew a lawsuit, said that Conyers touched her “repeatedly and daily” from May to to July 2016.

Conyers, the longest serving congressman, has denied all sexual harassment allegations against him.

The House Ethics Committee has launched a probe into Conyers’ alleged misconduct. The accusations against him come against the backdrop of a wave of prominent men being accused of sexual misdeeds including Democratic Sen. Al Franken, Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore and newsman Charlie Rose.


Looks like Darwin got it right.

The only problem is we caged the wrong species;

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Here’s The Ever-Growing List Of Men Accused of Sexual Harassment Since

As we wait to see the full extent of the fallout from the current tidal wave of charges, though, have a look below at a comprehensive list of powerful men accused of sexual harassment (and worse) in the wake of Harvey Weinstein.
  • Roy Price, the head of Amazon Studios, has been accused of sexual harassment by producer Isa Dick Hackett, according to the New York Times. He has since resigned.
  • Andy Signore, creator of Screen Junkies and the popular “Honest Trailers” series, has been accused of sexual harassment by at least five women, according to Variety. He has since been fired by Defy Media.
  • Ben Affleck has been accused of groping actress Hilarie Burton on the set of MTV’s TRL in the early-2000’s, according to CNN. Affleck has since apologized.
  • Bob Weinstein, super producer and brother of Harvey, has been accused of sexual harassment by Amanda Segel, an executive producer of the Weinstein Co.-produced TV series The Mist, according to Variety. A Weinstein representative has since denied the charge.
  • Matt Mondanile, the former guitarist for the band Real Estate, has been accused by several women of sexual misconduct, according to SPIN. Mondanile has since denied any wrongdoing.
  • Oliver Stone has been accused by actress Carrie Stevens of groping her at a party once. She tweeted this allegation in response to Stone tepidly defending Weinstein in the early aftermath of the charges against him.
  • James Toback, director of films such as Black and White, has been accused by literally hundreds of women of a range of sexual harassments, according to Los Angeles Times. He has since vehemently denied the charges, while Beverly Hills police have launched an investigation whose scope includes both Toback and Harvey Weinstein.
  • Lockhart Steele, the creator of popular websites such as Curbed and Racked, has been accused of sexual harassment by a former Vox employee, according to Variety. Vox has since fired Steele.
  • Mark Halperin, the reporter, author, and media personality, has been accused of sexual harassment by several women going back many years, according to CNN. He has admitted to some misconduct, although his account is in dispute, and he has since been dropped by several of his employers, including NBC News, MSNBC, and HBO.
  • Andrew Kramer, the Lionsgate executive, has been accused of sexual harassment by a former assistant, according to Vulture. He has since been dropped.
  • Elie Wiesel, the Nobel Prize-winning author and human-rights advocate has been accused of groping a 19-year-old in 1989, according to Salon. Wiesel passed away in 2016 and is thus unable to confirm or deny the account.
  • Leon Wieseltier, formerly an editor at The New Republic, has been accused by several female colleagues of sexual harassment, according to the New York Times. Wiseltier has admitted to some “offenses” and funding has since been pulled from the new magazine he had planned to launch.
  • Twiggy Ramirez a/k/a Jeordie White, the bassist from Marilyn Manson has been accused of rape, according to Variety. He has since been fired from the band.
  • Tyler Grasham, the Hollywood agent, has been accused of sexual assault and sodomy by actor Tyler Cornell, who has also filed a police report, according to Variety. Grasham has since been fired by his agency, ACA.
  • Ethan Kath, the producer/performer behind Crystal Castles has been accused by former bandmate Alice Glass of sexual assault, according to the Guardian. Kath denies the allegations.
  • Chris Savino, the creator of Nickelodeon’s The Loud House, has been accused by multiple women of sexual harassment, according to Deadline. He has since been fired from the show.
  • Knight Landesman, the Artforum publisher and a power broker in the art world, has been accused of sexual harassment by at least nine women, who have filed a joint lawsuit, according to the New York Times. Landesman has since resigned from Artforum.
  • Robert Scoble, the veteran tech blogger who has worked with Fast Company before, has been accused of sexual assault and also misconduct, according to The Verge. In a recent blog post, Scoble disputes the accusations.
  • George H.W. Bush, the former president, has been accused by several women of groping them while making a bad joke, according to the Chicago Tribune. (Punchline: “David Cop-a-Feel.”) Rather than denying the charges, Bush has issued a statement through his spokesperson, introducing the world to the concept of a “good-natured” groping.
  • Kevin Spacey, the star of Netflix’s House of Cards, has been accused by actor Anthony Rapp of making unwanted sexual advances when Rapp was 14 years old, according to BuzzFeed. Spacey released a statement claiming he was drunk and did not remember the encounter, and Netflix has since suspended production on the sixth season of House of Cards. (Update: several employees on House of Cards have said that Spacey made the show a toxic environment, with one employee outright accusing him of assault. Netflix has since severed all ties with Spacey and is considering killing off his character and moving ahead with the announced sixth and final season of the show.)
  • Jeremy Piven, the actor most famous for his role on HBO’s Entourage, has been accused by actress Ariane Bellamar of groping her on multiple accusations during the filming of that show, according to Business Insider. Piven has denied the allegations.
  • Hamilton Fish V, the publisher of The New Republic, has been accused by multiple female employees of sexual harassment, according to the New York Post. He has since taken a leave of absence.
  • Andy Dick, the famously assault-prone comedic performer, has been accused of sexual harassment by multiple people on the set of the indie film, Raising Buchanan, according to Vulture. He has since been fired from the film.
  • Brett Ratner, the director behind hits such as Rush Hour, has been accused by six women of a number of sexual offenses, according to the Los Angeles Times. Ratner’s lawyer has disputed these accounts.
  • Dustin Hoffman, the veteran actor from films like The Graduate and Tootsie, has been accused of sexually harassing Anna Graham when she was a 17-year-old production assistant in 1985, according to People.
  • Michael Oreskes, a top editor at NPR, has been accused by multiple women of sexual harassment, according to CNN. He has since resigned.
  • David Guillod, a manager and producer on films like Atomic Blonde, has been accused by actress Jessica Barth of sexual assault. Barth originally raised her allegation in 2012, but Guillod threatened to sue her if she proceeded. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Barth is now ready to press charges.
  • Adam Venit, an agent at WME, has been cited as the unnamed person Terry Crews referred to in a viral series of tweets about being groped by “a high-level Hollywood executive,” according to Variety. Venit has since taken a leave of absence.
  • David Corn, editor and chief executive at Mother Jones, is being investigated for inappropriate workplace behavior, according to Politico. The investigation stems from a pair of newly surfaced emails from 2014 and 2015, which detail offensive jokes and unwelcome touching of female staffers.
  • Steven Seagal, star of ’90s action films such as Under Siege, has been accused of sexual harassment by actresses Portia de Rossi, Julianna Margulies, and Rae Dawn Chong, according to Jezebel and other sources.
  • Ed Westwick, an actor best known for his work on Gossip Girl, has been accused by two women of rape, according to New York Magazine’s The Cut. Westwick denies the charges, and LAPD is investigating.
  • Louis CK, one of the most popular comedians in the world, has been accused by five women of forcing them to watch him masturbate. The public allegations follow years of quiet but persistent speculation.
  • Jann Wenner, the iconic publisher of Rolling Stone, has been accused of sexual misconduct by freelance writer Ben Ryan, according to BuzzFeed.
  • Eddie Berganza, Group Editor of DC Comics, has been accused of sexual harassment by multiple women, including former employees, according to BuzzFeed. DC Entertainment has since fired Berganza.
  • Gary Goddard, a film producer, has been accused by actor Anthony Edwards of molesting him over a period of years in the late-1970s, starting when Edwards was just 12 years old. The allegation emerged in a Medium post penned by Edwards.
  • Jesse Lacy, frontman for the band Brand New, has been accused of sexual misconduct by a minor 15 years ago, soliciting nude photographs from a woman who was 15 when Lacy was 24, according to NME. Lacy has since apologized for the misconduct.
  • Matthew Weiner, the writer and director most known for creating the show Mad Men, has been accused of sexual harassment by former Mad Men writer Kater Gordon, according to The Information. Weiner has since denied the charge.
  • Richard Dreyfuss, has been accused of sexual harassment over a period of years in the mid-1980’s by writer Jessica Teich, according to New York Magazine. Dreyfuss has since denied “exposing” himself to Teich, but confirms that he did try to kiss her and seduce her in a manner he now regrets.
  • George Takei, legendary actor and internet personality most famous for his role on Star Trek, has been accused of sexual assault by former model Scott R. Bruton, stemming from an incident that occurred in 1981. Takei has since denied the allegation.
  • Andrew Kreisberg, show runner on The Flash, has been accused of sexual harassment by a young female writer on the show. Kreisberg has since been suspended by Warner Brothers TV, according to Deadline.
  • Tom Sizemore, star of such films as Saving Private Ryan, has been accused of molesting an 11-year old girl on the set of a film in 2003, according to The Hollywood Reporter. According to the report, the actor was kicked off of the set after this incident, although he later filmed some additional scenes. Sizemore has declined to comment.
  • Mark Schwahn, showrunner on One Tree Hill, has been accused of sexual harassment by several members of the cast and crew of that show, according to Variety. Update: Schwahn has since been accused of sexual harassment by several members of the cast and crew of The Royals, where Schwahn had been serving as showrunner until recently. (He was suspended after the One Tree Hill allegations emerged last week.)
  • Jeffrey Tambor, Emmy Award-winning star of Transparent, has been accused of sexual harassment by an actress and a crew member from the show, according to Deadline. He has since denied the accusations and parted ways with the show.
  • Matt Zimmerman, Senior Vice President of Booking for News & Entertainment at NBC, has been accused of inappropriate conduct with two women in the News division, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Zimmerman has since been fired.
  • Al Franken, the Minnesota senator and erstwhile comedy writer, has been accused of unwanted kissing and groping by a reporter, Leeann Tweeden, stemming from an incident that took place in 2006, according to The New York Times. The groping allegedly occurred while Tweeden was asleep, and a photo taken at the time supports her account. Update: a second woman has accused Franken of groping her, in an incident that occurred in 2010, according to CNN.
  • Sylvester Stallone, the actor and director most famous for creating the character Rocky Balboa, has been accused of sexually assaulting a minor in 1986, according to The Daily Mail. Through a representative, Stallone denies any wrongdoing.
  • Murray Miller, a writer formerly of HBO’s Girls, has been accused of sexually assaulting actress Aurora Perrineau, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Miller adamantly denies the charge.
  • Glenn Thrush, a star political reporter for The New York Times, has been accused of inappropriate behavior by several younger female reporters, according to Vox. Although Thrush has since downplayed what he’s been accused of, The New York Times has suspended him pending an investigation.
  • Charlie Rose, the longtime television host, has been accused by eight women of sexual harassment. The Washington Postreports that over a period over more than 20 years, Rose allegedly made unwanted sexual advances toward women who worked at PBS’s Charlie Rose show. They allege he made lewd phone calls, groped them, and walked around naked in front of them. Rose (who also works for CBS) has issued an apology in which he acknowledges his “inappropriate behavior” while also questioning whether “all of these allegations are accurate.” PBS and Bloomberg LP have suspended distribution of Charlie Rose, and CBS has suspended Rose while the network investigates the claims.
  • John Lasseter, head of Disney Animation, is taking a leave of absence from Pixar. He announced the decision as The Hollywood Reporter prepared to publish a story in which several former and current colleagues allege that Lasseter engaged in a pattern of sexual harassment. One longtime Pixar employee claims that Lasseter was known for “grabbing, kissing, making comments about physical attributes.” Lasseter released a memo to his staff in which he acknowledged his “missteps” and apologized if staffers who had received “an unwanted hug” felt he crossed the line.
  • Nick Carter, member of the Backstreet Boys, has been accused of sexual assault by Melissa Schuman, a singer from the pop band Dream. In a blog post, Schuman, 33, alleges that Carter raped her and forced her to perform and receive oral sex when she was 18. Carter denied the allegations in a statement to People.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017


Even though these payoffs are not to be used to cover up crimes when it comes to the wealthy and their victims it does just that.

The notorious "Non Disclosure Agreement" another term for "money talks - bullshit walks" has successfully been used on too many to count occasions to compensate what appears to be victims of sex crimes in order to entice them to collaborate in obstructing justice.

Given that gross miscarriage of justice it should come as no surprise that these sex crimes are so rampant.

The question that begs answering is; are we blaming the victim if we confront the hypocrisy in walking away with a suitcase of cash and allowing these predators to continue committing the same crime over and over again?

Harvey Weinstein’s Secret Settlements | The New Yorker

Monday, November 13, 2017


Does Moore Trashing look familiar? Is this what the Establishment GOP cronies tried to bring Trump down with?

The answer to both questions is yes. Once again the Establishment has been rocked back on it's heel when voters decided to go with an "outsider; another loos cannon they won;t be able to easily get to fall in line.

Nothing is more frightening to feel out of control an the Establishment is again in a state of terror.

Many of the cronies are acting like roaches the lights are tuned on and running for the nearest exit(s)

There attempt to bring down Trump failed; dossier and all and now they see the same happening with Moore who voters are not easily duped by being accused of something that on the surface seems geared for noting more than to impact his campaign.

Let's say the alleged act was factual. What doers have have to do with what is happening now? Are they saying that Moore is still acting like a young horny kid?

Can any of his accusers or these Establishment cronies attest to what they did 40 or 50 years ago?

I'm sure there's an Anthony Weiner, Bill Clinton lurking in the majority of these people. All that's required as that the Establishment target them.

Republican senators wrestle with their Roy Moore problem | TheHill

Sunday, November 5, 2017


What these players do on their own time is their business but what they do on the job is the bosses and fans business.

These guys get paid to play ball and rattle their brains, not make political statements.

So please! No Kneeling On The Job !

NFL National Anthem Protests Week 9 – Vin Scully Weighs In As Finger-Pointing Begins | Deadline

Saturday, November 4, 2017


Democrats In Denial Over Allegations That Further Confirm Primary Was Rigged:

The leadership of the Democratic Party has refused to address evidence, preferring to “move forward” by coercing Democrats who supported Bernie Sanders into uniting with the very elements of the party responsible for losing to President Donald Trump.


Males sexually assault females because they're lazy?

Was he joking? Is he serious? 

Hard to tell given that he's probably stoned and is usually slightly off the reality grid.

Later, in the New Rules segment (watch it above), Maher switched gears to talk about Hollywood’s recent glut of car-driving movies like Baby Driver and the flood of sexual harassment allegations.

The connection? Both are examples, he said – missing many points entirely – of “male laziness.” Seems car-driving is “such a lazy way to be a bad ass,” and Harvey Weinstein might not have needed to abuse women if “he’d only made a minimal effort, joined Jenny Craig, listened, shaved” and “attracted women the old-fashioned way, by being rich and not entirely repulsive.”
‘Real Time’: Rob Reiner Defends CNN’s Canned Jeffrey Lord | Deadline

Friday, November 3, 2017



Clinton Campaign Had Additional Signed Agreement With DNC In 2015 : NPR

What, exactly, did the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign agree to in 2015, before any votes had been cast in the Democratic primary?

The question has roiled Democratic politics since Thursday morning, when Politico published an excerpt of Donna Brazile's upcoming book about the 2016 presidential race.

Brazile took over the DNC as interim chair following Debbie Wasserman Schultz's sudden resignation during the Democratic National Convention. Once she was at the party's helm, Brazile wrote that she discovered an agreement that "specified that in exchange for raising money and investing in the DNC, Hillary would control the party's finances, strategy, and all the money raised. Her campaign had the right of refusal of who would be the party communications director, and it would make final decisions on all the other staff."

Thursday, November 2, 2017


All males have a "Harvey Weinstein" lurking somewhere in the dark recesses of their minds. It's in our genetic makeup. There's no denying it, just ignoring it, which can, and does, lead to dangerous situations at times.

Mother Nature, God bless her, has endowed both males and females with the chemicals needed to enable us to perpetuate our species.  These chemicals and the urges they illicit are primal and potent in order to ensure that we attend to the business of surviving.

We have assigned roles; males are predators and females are prey (at least in this species). Putting aside the romance the act of sexual intercourse in and of itself is fairly simple and the outcome predictable. At least in the way Mother Nature has laid it out.

Enter today's evolved (some would disagree) version of the human species and we are now coming face to face with what happens when we mess with Mother nature.

Birth control, abortions on demand, penile implants,Viagra, deviant sex, and a whole truck load of psycho babble fruitlessly trying to make this one simple, purely natural act into a cash cow.

What we are witnessing today is the byproduct of how we have obsessively blown sex completely out of the realm of reality into a fantasy world where no holds are barred; anything goes and every man/woman for themselves. A movie that continues to play long after everyone's left the theater.

The shows over folks!

Here’s The Ever-Growing List Of Men Accused of Sexual Harassment Since

The revelations about Harvey Weinstein were just the beginning.

Ever since the New York Times and the New Yorker published a staggering amount of on-record accusations against the embattled super producer, dozens of women have come forward nearly every day to share their stories of similar treatment by powerful men in nearly every industry. Something appears to have changed. More and more women–and in some cases, men–feel newly emboldened by the courage of Weinstein’s accusers to tell stories they once may have thought would fall on deaf ears. After all, Weinstein’s behavior was an open secret in Hollywood for decades, an intimidating yardstick for what men could conceivably get away with, until the day it suddenly wasn’t (some argue that Weinstein’s accusers were only listened to now because his career was in decline). It’s about time.

There’s nothing new about powerful men being accused of sexual harassment. For years we’ve seen allegations against men at the highest levels of their respective fields– Bill O’Reilly, R. Kelly, Louis CK, Woody Allen, Bill Cosby, Roman Polanski, and of course Donald Trump, just for starters. The unfamiliar part is that there are starting to be actual consequences.

These men are losing their jobs, being banned from future opportunities, and in some cases, legal action will almost certainly be forthcoming. Director Cameron Bossert has launched a petition to preclude Casey Affleck from presenting at next year’s Academy Awards, due to allegations around his history with women, and it’s gaining steam. Perhaps best of all, though, is the tangential consequence of some men hopefully taking a deep, introspective look in the mirror before ascending to positions of power in the future.

As we wait to see the full extent of the fallout from the current tidal wave of charges, though, have a look below at a comprehensive list of powerful men accused of sexual harassment (and worse) in the wake of Harvey Weinstein.

Thursday, October 26, 2017


Now that the remaining few documents related to the JFK assassination are coming out of the shadows will there be enough clues to affirm that many of the so-called conspiracy theories surround his death are valid?

CIA Spyhunters Knew Lee Harvey Oswald Was in Dallas Days Before JFK’s Assassination

Wednesday, October 25, 2017


If you said Bill Clinton you you guessed correctly.  But, were you also aware that then President Clinton did not get into trouble because he engaged an intern in oral sex in the White House Oval Office, but rather because he lied about it under oath.

Details On The Clinton-Lewinsky Affair | The Daily Caller

Then, of course, there's Hillary, the then First Lady, who now claims to be "appalled" by men who sexually assault women was then defending her husband by attacking his victims.

Flashback: Hillary Clinton Threatened Bill’s Accusers in 1998


It appears that the "Establishment" ;made up of cronies from both parties, did in fact plot to derail the Trump campaign and subsequent presidency.

Now that the chickens have com home to roost (as they say) it is abundantly clear that there is indeed a political Establishment that readily conspires and plots to manipulate politics and dupe Americans into believing otherwise.

Democracy at work? Hardly. The election of an anti-establishment outsider to the office of POTUS remains a threat to the power brokers in this country and they are not about to roll over without a fight. Even if it means exposing the scam that this is a two-party democracy.


Shortly after a report emerged Tuesday evening claiming that Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee in part funded a dossier containing explosive allegations about President Donald Trump’s links to Russia, the Republican National Committee trumpeted the story in outrage.

Related: Here’s What the 'Golden Shower' Dossier Now Being Investigated by Mueller Claims About Trump and Russia

There was just one problem with the version of the Washington Post story that the RNC reposted on its website: a line stating that prior to the Clinton campaign picking up the tab, the research was “funded by an unknown Republican during the GOP primary” was notably absent.

Clinton campaign, DNC paid for research that led to Russia dossier - The Washington Post

The Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped fund research that resulted in a now-famous dossier containing allegations about President Trump’s connections to Russia and possible coordination between his campaign and the Kremlin, people familiar with the matter said.

Marc E. Elias, a lawyer representing the Clinton campaign and the DNC, retained Fusion GPS, a Washington firm, to conduct the research.

After that, Fusion GPS hired dossier author Christopher Steele, a former British intelligence officer with ties to the FBI and the U.S. intelligence community, according to those people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.

Elias and his law firm, Perkins Coie, retained the company in April 2016 on behalf of the Clinton campaign and the DNC. Before that agreement, Fusion GPS’s research into Trump was funded by an unknown Republican client during the GOP primary.

The Clinton campaign and the DNC, through the law firm, continued to fund Fusion GPS’s research through the end of October 2016, days before Election Day.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017


The Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped fund research that resulted in a now-famous dossier containing allegations about Donald Trump’s connections to Russia and possible coordination between his campaign and the Kremlin, people familiar with the matter said.

Marc E. Elias, a lawyer representing the Clinton campaign and the DNC, retained Fusion GPS, a Washington firm, to conduct the research.

After that, Fusion GPS hired dossier author Christopher Steele, a former British intelligence officer with ties to the FBI and the U.S. intelligence community, according to the people.

Elias and his law firm, Perkins Coie, retained the firm in April 2016 on behalf of the Clinton campaign and the DNC. Prior to that agreement, Fusion GPS’s research into Trump was funded by a still unknown Republican client during the GOP primary.

The Clinton campaign and the DNC through the law firm continued to fund Fusion GPS’s research through the end of October 2016, days before Election Day.

Mimi Haleyi: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Was this person drugged or unconscious?

Were they able to leave at some point and seek help? From the police? A family member? A therapist?

Did they call a sexual assault hotline?

Was there anyone; another human being, they could have shared this with?

Mimi Haleyi: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know


Why are the Establishment cronies not whining about Russian meddling as the reason they are running for the exits?

White House: Jeff Flake’s Speech ‘Not Befitting of the Senate Floor’ - The Daily Beast

The Arizona Republican has been a vocal critic of the Trump administration and, as a result, a frequent target of the president’s Twitter rants. Faced with the prospect of far-right Republican primary challengers in next year’s Senate race, and troubling polling finding him behind declared candidate Kelli Ward, Flake decided that he would exit the Senate.

In the 20-minute speech, without ever mentioning Trump’s name, Flake pondered Washington’s future and what his Senate colleagues could tell their grandchildren about their time serving during a Trump administration—at times, openly questioning whether Congress could be proud of its complicity in the coarsening of U.S. politics.

Thursday, October 12, 2017


The answer is obviously no since they had multiple chances to stop killing after their first victim, and then the next, and the next.

The same applies to serial rapists/predators like Harvey Weinstein who had numerous chances to change his ways over the period of many years as some of his braver victims came forward to confront him.

Each of those confrontations provided Harvey with the opportunity (chance) to change his ways; he chose the opposite.

Asking for a second chance after getting caught? Sounds like a slick ploy to me.

Harvey Weinstein Speaks: ‘We All Make Mistakes’ - The Daily Beast

Sunday, August 27, 2017


It's common knowledge that Bill Maher is a pot head so we expect to see someone who is not too quick on the draw, but now it looks like Bill might be indulging in some other magical potions to offset that because he definitely showing all the signs of someone "tweaking" when it comes to Donald Trump.

For months now his show has been packed full of Trump bashers who; with prompts from Maher, incessantly trash talk Trump, his family, and anyone else remotely associated with him.


Trump's startling victory last fall has been a boon for comics across the country, but Maher, who routinely calls the president a "whiny little bitch," got there early. 

In 2013, he mocked Trump's birtherism by offering $5 million if Trump could prove that he wasn't the love child of an orange-haired orangutan. The future president, determined to prove himself a thin-skinned primate by other means, sued over the joke, allowing Maher to carry on, in his words, "a three-month national debate over whether his mother fucked an ape." 

The week after his Putin joke, Maher would pantomime Ivanka Trump jerking off her father to keep him calm.

Yet while Maher has never hidden the joy he takes in busting on Trump—or, for that matter, his broadly Democratic leanings—he has distinguished himself from John Oliver, Stephen Colbert, and Seth Meyers by sucker-punching the Left as gleefully as he does the Right. Before introducing his panel, he talked one-on-one with Elizabeth Warren, the senior senator from Massachusetts, about why Americans chronically vote against their interests. Maher didn't miss a chance to needle her with one of Trump's own epithets. Attempting to explain the Democrats' dismal fortunes with working-class voters, he told her, "They don't like you, Pocahontas." Warren didn't respond to the insult, choosing instead to stare a hole through her host's high forehead.

A few weeks later, Maher would answer a joke by Nebraska senator Ben Sasse with a similarly tone-deaf response. When Sasse extended an invitation to come work in Nebraska's fields, Maher playacted surprise and said, "I'm a house nigger." Whereas the Pocahontas remark prompted another round of an ancient Internet dispute—whether Maher is a misogynist, a dick, or a fearless political savant—the comment to Sasse sparked universal outrage. HBO called it "completely inexcusable and tasteless," and many clamored for Maher to be fired.

But that was in the future. The night Maher spoke to Warren, Rob Reiner, a panelist, waited outside Maher's dressing room after the show to say goodbye. "He doesn't suffer any kind of bullshit," Reiner told me. He expressed the Platonic ideal of Bill Maher: "If there's a sliver of bullshit, he does not accept it. And that I love."