Friday Links and Open Thread

  • Thursday’s numbers: Sean Hannity-Tucker Carlson-Maddow 1-2-3.
  • Videos: Outnumbered talks and award.
  • FTV Live: Judge Napolitano expected to return after the ‘waters calm’.
  • Flood: Fox News fires comptroller over racist comments and behavior.
  • Audio Q&A: Chris Hayes.   Dylan Ratigan resurfaces;  Tamron Hall too.
  • Pre-empted First 100 Tuesday town hall taped Wednesday, airs Sunday.
  • Steinberg: NBC embraces MSNBC, plasters logo on progressive channel.
  • Tucker videos: alleged school rapist; Superintendent’s

27 thoughts on “Friday Links and Open Thread”

  1. A 14 year old girl cannot give consent in the State of Maryland. And the lawyer is worse than the late Lionel Hutz.

  2. Why did the media push back so hard against Trump’s accusation that the Obama Administration had him surveilled? Perhaps they feared it was true? Next up, birth certificate a fake?

  3. AHCA Vote
    Does Paul Ryan even schedule a vote unless he is assured that he has the votes, I have to wonder?

    Breitbart is still beating the anti AHCA drum and the always outspoken Gingrich posed the question, “Why would you schedule a vote on a bill that is at 17% approval?”

    All this against the backdrop of speculation that Trump’s heart was never fully into replacing Obamacare despite his campaign talking points. He’s much more interested in immigration, trade and taxes.

    Apparently the vote could be scheduled for anytime from 3:30 ET forward…while some House ‘Rs’ say before 4 p.m. very unlikely…or even a vote at all. I’m going shopping then.

  4. It took Obama to make GWB look good, it took Trump to make Obama look like a genius. What a stupid clown show. No problem carry on screaming how horrible it is that an American citizen is raped by illegals. We all know the dozens of rapes committed every day by legal citizens are so less newsworthy. The country has become as insane as it’s president. Clown show after clown show.

    • It appears you’re choosing to miss the obvious, common sense Trump POINT: If Border agents/ICE has followed the law & deported ILLEGALS instead of “releasing” them in our country, these heinous crimes would NOT have been committed…These crimes were PREVENTABLE…

      • i have no problem with clear use of law, i think wal-mart should pay zero tax in exchange for integrating RFID chips in every visa, plus the software to track the inventory. However, making it special on the news makes the left rants true, we have a rape culture. football players, frat boys, a few presidents, on and on. As a dad of girls tell me how that changes the trauma because after you kick out the illegals you will not have fewer rapes as a result. just red meat.

        • As a Mom of 3 girls, I strongly disagree with you…The key word is PREVENTABLE…this crime and ALL crimes committed by illegals are preventable b/c they would Never happen if the illegals were not allowed to enter this country illegally in the 1st place… I’m pleased Trump drew attn to it b/c MSM did Not mention it, only Fox…This case is upsetting to many people for a whole host of reasons…i.e. the failure of ICE/border agents to deport these 2 illegals, failure of Rockville, MD HS to protect & keep this 14 yr old girl safe, why were illegal 17 & 18 yr old males legally enrolled w/ freshman girls, why did Superintendent sent parents threatening emails (that were made public), why have lawyers representing the 2 illegals said on TV the rape by these 2 animals of a 14 yr old girl pulled into bathroom was consentual, police said on camera her physical injuries were consistent w/ those of a violent attack…on & on…POINT: You eliminate Illegal crime by not allowing illegals in

  5. Oh, somewhere in this favoured land the sun is shining bright,
    The band is playing somewhere, and somewhere hearts are light;
    And somewhere men are laughing, and somewhere children
    But there is no joy in Mudville—mighty Casey has struck out.

      • so do my ducks. Wins top drama award of the tourny. Hate SEC football, now i will have to hare BBall too. Kentucky simply dismantled UCLA. very disciplined play.

      • A double whammy of sorts.

        Not only was that last second defeat so stunning, but it also threw a wet blanket over that special moment between Zak Showalter and Aaron Rodgers.

        Brutal loss…cuss word, cuss word, cuss word.

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