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by Kunectdots
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Americans for many years have had to rely on left leaning biased news reporting from liberal media such as NBC, ABC, and CBS and the New York Times. As most of these outlets struggle to remain on the air and in print, the new media is flourishing and people are hearing both sides of the issues. This forum will provide people with a place to discuss daily news issues of any kind or discuss articles not printed or aired by the liberal news outlets.

 
 

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absolem

"No way to get around it," he said.

The couple say their daughter is pretending to be someone she's not.

you just have to laugh......

Posted 24 days ago.

absolem

MAJOR DENIAL and DISILLUSIONMENT: CBS news reports: Rachel Dolezal, the president of the Spokane, Washington, NAACP, is being accused of falsely portraying herself as a black woman, CBS News' Adriana Diaz reports.

Her biological parents claim she is misrepresenting "major portions of her life," including being born white. As the city's mayor says it has opened an investigation and is gathering facts to determine if any city policies were violated, Dolezal is denying these accusations.

"Actually, I don't like the term African-American; I prefer black. So, if asked, I would say, yes, I consider myself to be black," Dolezal said to Spokane affiliate KREM.

But Dolezal's biological parents say that's just not true.

"Our daughter is primarily German and Czech and of European descent," her mother said.

Her parents, Ruthanne and Larry, live in a rural home in Troy, Montana.

Her father described a young Dolezal as blonde, blue-eyed and freckled-face.

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Posted 24 days ago.

Kunectdots

Not that I'm a psychologist, but I suspect NCN would like to use a version of name-calling here a little more inflaming than "buttercup".

As I said, I've missed Leftist lion Fred Oneill (real name) 1. Comparing me to Osama bin Laden, 2. Associating me with a guy that called in a bomb scare against one of our local colleges, 3. Admonishing me that he should call the Secret Service about me and 4. Advising me that I 'should go eat Road Kill - ALL BECAUSE I would argue Fred into a corner, on occasion, with his Leftist rhetorical diatribe.

What a "Buttercup" he was! The perfect wingman for LilyOvalley, who used to heat up these pages by nearly espousing that Barack Obama's image should be the next one placed on Mt. Rushmore. LOL

Posted 24 days ago.

NasCarNut

Days before Univision aired a controversial story this summer about the decades-old drug bust of Marco Rubio’s brother-in-law, top staff with the Spanish-language media powerhouse offered what sounded like a deal to the U.S. senator’s staff.

If Rubio appeared on Al Punto—Univision’s national television show, where the topic of immigration would likely be discussed—then the story of his brother-in-law’s troubles would be softened or might not run at all, according to Univision insiders and the Republican senator’s staff. They say the offer was made by Univision’s president of news, Isaac Lee.

making deals to hide family secrets...

Posted 24 days ago.

absolem

NCN...are you asking be to be your buttercup sweetie???? thanks, but no thanks...i am my wife's buttercup....and a darn good one at that.

Posted 24 days ago.

absolem

OWO....i have no problem with folks reporting about Rubio or anyone else for that matter...but the exaggeration or embellishment was a tad much don't you think? the real story would be if he denied ownership of said fishing boat...which he didn't.

Posted 24 days ago.

Ohwiseone

You mean some will demonize them like whats been experianced by our sitting president ? Why that would be unethical !

Posted 24 days ago.

NasCarNut

Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio and his political team are hitting back at The New York Times for what they consider two unfair stories: an article about traffic tickets he and his wife received over 18 years, and a piece about how he and his wife have experienced problems managing their money.

lol another buttercup...what's rubio going to do IF he's elected president and folks talk s hit about him...I know big IF, it will never happen...

Posted 24 days ago.

absolem

Yep......

Posted 24 days ago.

BeRight

In an effort to showcase Sen. Marco Rubio's history of financial struggles, The New York Times reported Tuesday that the Florida Republican had spent "$80,000 for a luxury speedboat" even as he faced outstanding debts.

$80,000? That does not buy much boat today if the boat is new. Any standard size SUV can pull one of those. Any 24" run about with a cuddy will cost $60,000.

Oh yeah, Marco's boat is actually a fishing boat not a “luxury speedboat”.

Big difference from a perception point of view. Was the Times trying to spin a non story?

Posted 24 days ago.

absolem

NCN...good morning. perhaps the story was just brought forward...perhaps not. sometimes the absurd turns out to be true. the National Enquirer has broken many stories that the mainstream media will not touch. while it is not one of my "main" sources of information, i would be remiss not to consider it when it concerns less trivial subject matter. as far as her success with it.....well...she is hippy and lacking in the bust department...but i think she has looked better lately than the president has.

Posted 24 days ago.

NasCarNut

ok, so I checked out NI story on the first lady, says she had this done in 2011...folks are just now noticing??, she must not have had much done or her surgeon wasn't very good :)

Posted 24 days ago.

absolem

NCN....News is news...vary your sources!

Posted 25 days ago.

NasCarNut

national inquirer...ok

Posted 25 days ago.

absolem

NCN...i agree with you that officers that unduly endanger or harm those that they serve should be relieved of their duties and prosecuted if appropriate. perhaps a more stringent set of hiring standards maybe? one of the things i have noticed regarding most municipalities is the steady job openings for police and fire personel. i'm not even sure there is a price for which i would even consider the either job...so my admiration for those that do so conscientiously is immense.

Posted 25 days ago.

absolem

NCN....most all stories involving police begin by the words..."there is a disturbance, there is a shooting, there is a rape, there is a..... and the list can go on. perhaps if the police were never called then the situations you are concerned with would never occur. i also notice in the video you mention that compliance with officers instructions along with the willingness of two male subjects to attempt the flanking of the officer indicate that compliance by the people contribute greatly to the negative and sometimes deadly exchange between the parties involved....btw...very little mention of the houston cop shot in the back after finishing a traffic stop. by a passer-by in a vehicle no less. to quote Judge Judy..."if you could have worked it out between yourselves then you would not be here". people that do not comply are stupid and a thinning of the stupidity pool can't hurt one iota. if you are ever pulled over....will you be stupid or comply?

Posted 25 days ago.

absolem

according to sources interviewed by the National Enquirer, it has been revealed that Michelle has had "the fat" mechanically withdrawn from her stomach, behind and other areas...along with botox to smooth out those forehead canyons. all of this on our dime. i find this rich considering that in most cases following proper eating habits as well as exercise will yeild similar results. hmmm...no matter what she does...she ain't gonna be white and blonde...thats what the mac-daddy likes.

Posted 25 days ago.

NasCarNut

An onlooker captured video showing an Orlando police officer winding up and repeatedly kicking a man sitting on a curb

and another one...

Posted 25 days ago.

NasCarNut

"Our policies, our training, our practice, do not support his actions," Police Chief Greg Conley said. "He came into the call out of control, and as the video shows, was out of control during the incident"

Posted 25 days ago.

NasCarNut

 Eric Casebolt, the police corporal in McKinney, Texas, who was shown on a viral video slamming a 14-year-old girl bikini-clad girl to the ground, "allowed his emotions to get the better of him," his attorney told reporters Wednesday. He resigned.

another hot headed officer...

Posted 25 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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