“I’m going off script as you might expect here,” Obama quipped. “The voice of that woman is worth paying attention to. Obviously, I do not agree with much of what she said, and obviously she wasn’t listening to me in much of what I said.”
'What a Gentleman, I would have said STFU and Sit DOWN!!!! And GW would have had her on some airplane to who knows where, something I have also learned... No woman wants to be called Ma'am, I have found more Honey using the word Ms. or Mrs'!!!!'
"I kinda felt I should add the video below, for the Cat that called me Far Right, LMAO!!!!"
KMOV-TV anchorman Larry Conners is no longer on the air after he claimed in a Facebook post that he was audited by the IRS following an interview with President Obama.
“He’s not suspended. We just all thought it made sense [for him] to take a few days off,” news director Sean McLaughlin told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch . “We take this very seriously, and we don’t expect this to drag on. We’re still looking into the situation and weighing our options." Last Monday night, Connors posted on Facebook that he had been getting “pressure” from the IRS after his Obama interview in April 2012 (video below).
“I don’t accept ‘conspiracy theories,’ but I do know that almost immediately after the interview, the IRS started hammering me," Connors wrote on Facebook. “Can I prove it? At this time, no. But it is a fact that since that April 2012 interview … the IRS has been pressuring me.”
His Facebook post has been since taken down.
On Tuesday, during a KMOV-TV broadcast, Conners walked back his original claim: “To be fair, I should disclose that my issues with the IRS preceded that interview [with Obama] by several years" (video below).
According to St. Louis County records, a federal tax lien has been placed on Conners’ property in Clayton, Missouri because Conners and his wife Janet owe more than $85,000 in taxes.
“His Facebook post and his Twitter posts, as a result, were inappropriate,” Michael Valentine, vice president of content for Belo Corp., KMOV’s parent company, told BuzzFeed.com. “And we don’t condone personal posts that jeopardize the journalistic nature of our business. It’s really that simple.”
U.K. newspaper The Daily Mirror has released exclusive, gripping video of the moment police gunned down the two men who murdered British soldier Lee Rigby, 25, in the south London district of Woolwich on Wednesday.
Apparently, Michael Adebolajo, 28, and Michael Oluwatobi Adebowale, 22, had pl...
By David Edwards Thursday, May 23, 2013 16:19 EDT A host of the Fox News show The Five was so angry that the Justice Department had investigated one of the network’s reporters that she told her viewers on Thursday to find anyone who voted for President Barack Obama and “punch them in the face.”
“Fox said, we’re targets, clearly Media Matters and others have put us on a target list,” Fox News host Andrea Tantaros explained on the Thursday edition of her radio show. “And they said, ‘Oh, Fox is just crazy! They’re just paranoid!’ Really? Are we?”...
Republican Massachusetts Senate nominee Gabriel Gomez is lashing out at his opponent, Rep. Ed Markey (D-MA), for being “pond scum” after the Democratic candidate released an ad attacking him for criticizing President Barack Obama’s handling of the aftermath of Osama bin Laden’s death.
“You know I’ve got four young kids, and they’ve got to sit there and they’ve got to see an ad with their dad, who’s a SEAL, who served honorably,” Gomez told a local reporter after recently speaking to the Newtown Needham Chamber of Commerce. “And for him to be as dirty and low, pond...
Published on Apr 27, 2013 Following the confirmation of evidence of nerve gas in the Syrian civil war, President Obama says he will act prudently and deliberately before taking action. Scott Pelley speaks with David Martin about the reliability of the evidence and what more is needed before the U.S. will intervene.
Published on May 23, 2013 "Toking up may help marijuana users to stay slim and lower their risk of developing diabetes, according to the latest study, which suggests that cannabis compounds may help in controlling blood sugar."*
According to researchers, marijuana may actually be an aid to weight loss, contrary to "the munchies" side-effect pot-smoking is famous for. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian discuss.