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The Men At Sylvia's Door, a book review

The Men At Sylvia’s Door is only the partial title of the book I am going to talk about here; but enough to find it at AbsolutelyAmazingeBooks.com or  on Amazon.  1,196 more words

11/22/63 by Stephen King

As far back as I can remember, and still to this day, my father has always had a novel close at hand. He loves reading suspense, thrillers, and horror novels. 906 more words

MSNBC's Rachel Maddow Looks At Bill O'Reilly's Statesments About Lee Harvey Oswald Associate's Suicide


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According to Media Matters, Bill O’Reilly has repeatedly claimed in his books and on Fox News that while he was reporting for a Dallas television station in 1977, he was directly outside the home at the moment that George de Mohrenschildt — an associate of Lee Harvey Oswald — shot himself in Florida. 108 more words

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"O’Reilly’s Trouble Deepens": A Kennedy Tall Tale That Could Unravel Fox News’ Bully

Writers and advocates on the left have long catalogued the exaggerations, meltdowns and many stumbles of Fox’s Bill O’Reilly, to show that the guy who runs the No-Spin Zone is frequently unfair and relentlessly unbalanced. 1,093 more words

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Kasparov Describes Grisly Shooting Death of Friend Murdered by Putin

Friend of Murdered Putin Enemy Describes Grisly Shooting Death

Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga talks to pro-democracy leader and human rights activist Garry Kasparov about the death of his close friend Boris Nemtsov, the Russian opposition leader who was shot to death in Moscow on Friday. 613 more words

PinocchiO'Reilly - When your only defense is to threaten the messenger, it's time to stop talking *UPDATE

The more time it takes for Bill O’Reilly to come clean and apologize for his past exaggerations about his street credentials in journalism and bad behaviour, the more time there is for more people to dig up more examples of past exaggerations and bad behaviour. 791 more words