Fox News is preparing to axe Bill O'Reilly, host of the wildly popular “O’Reilly Factor,” according to published reports.

O'Reilly's audience remained staunchly loyal to the 67-year-old journalist amid reports that he sexually harassed female anchors and other female employees at Fox.

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Fox News host Bill O'Reilly and Fox contributor Dick Morris both seem to think Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is just biding her time until she can run against Barack Obama for president in 2012.

On 60 Minutes earlier this week, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton commented that the American economy is making it more difficult for her to do her job because other nations are telling her that “we always look to you because you have this great economy, and now you’re in the ditch.” Bill O’Reilly saw “a little jab” at the President in those comments, blaming the White House for her job troubles, but guest Dick Morris took that premise a bit further, suggesting the remarks, coupled with her silence on health care reform, were a deliberate attempt to undermine the President building up to 2012.“I think there is a subtle distancing going on, and it began over health care,” Morris noted, pointing out that Clinton was not vocal about supporting health care reform. Read More...

She sure wasn't. We heard nary a peep from Hillary when it came time to support Obama's health care reform initiative. She pretty much stayed out of it.

Will Hillary make a run for president in 2012 and thereby oust her boss from the White House? You bet 'cha!

You just know Hillary is sitting back collecting all types of intel to use against Obama in 2012!

First, Nas ethered Jay Z on a track and now Jay Z has been ethered by two right wing conservatives!

Jay Z dissed conservative talk show hosts Bill O'Reilly and Rush Limbaugh in a verse on a leaked track off his upcoming Blueprint 3 album. In "Off That" featuring rapper Drake, Jay tells O'Reilly to "fall back" and asks Limbaugh to "Get off my balls/It's 2010, not 1864."

O'Reilly responded by calling Jigga a "pinhead" on his popular O'Reilly Factor show on FOX on Monday. And yesterday, Limbaugh hit back at Jay Z's diss on his popular radio show:

"I have been mentioned in a rap song by the rapper Jay-Z," Limbaugh said. "The new song mentions me and the moderate Bill O'Reilly." Limbaugh then actually played a clip of "Off That" before chiming back in. "As far as I know, I have never been mentioned in a rap song by anybody. It means I've made it — I'm now on a rap tune by the famous rapper Jay-Z."

Limbaugh then elaborated on the reference to him in the lyric. "I would remind the rapper Jay-Z: Mr. Z, it is President Obama who wants mandated circumcision. That means if we need to save our penises from anybody, it's Obama. I did not know I was on anybody's b---s, either. I'm happy to know that they think I am, though." The mention of Obama is in reference to the fact that the Center for Disease Control is considering recommending circumcision to high-risk adult men to reduce the spread of HIV, according to The New York Times. read more...

Jay Z got exactly what he wanted from Rush and Bill: attention. Unfortunately, the track is still lame.

Dr. Brian Day, the former President of the Canadian Medical Association, appeared on the O'Reilly Factor on Thursday to give Americans a better understanding of Canada's free health system that includes rationed medical care.

Dr. Day explained why there aren't enough doctors for Canadian citizens:

We rank 26 out of 28 in the developed countries as far as doctors to population. It's part of the mechanism of rationing that has to happen when you promise to deliver everything and don't have enough resources.

And here's what he said about those long lines of patients waiting for medical care in Canada, which explains why so many well-to-do Canadians come to the U.S. to seek treatment.:

We have over a million people waiting for surgery and probably another million waiting to see their specialist before they get to wait for the surgery.


Fox News host Bill O'Reilly questions the racial component to the Michael Jackson story, and ponders why so many blacks are compelled to watch 24-hour coverage of his sudden death when Michael didn't even want to be black.

O'Reilly points out that MJ bleached his skin white and chose white men to sire his children.

College professor, the very annoying Marc Lamont Hill, engages O'Reilly in a healthy debate on this subject. Although Hill admits that Michael "disfigured his face to resemble white people," he argues that Jackson is undeniably black. "You can't take black from him just because he has white kids," says Hill.

Long Island Congressman Rep. Peter King is mad as hail. In this clip from a news broadcast, King discusses his disapproval at the media's blanket coverage of Michael Jackson's sudden death two weeks ago.

King refers to Michael as a pedophile and hurls other choice insults intended to inflame Jackson's fans. It's King's opinion, of course. But sadly, many in the media share his sentiments -- they're just not admitting it publicly.

Last night, Bill O'Reilly & friends let their feelings be known about the wall-to-wall Jackson coverage. O'Reilly claimed not to understand why there was a "racial component to all of this" since the adult Michael so evidenty did not want to be black anymore.

O'Reilly mentioned the fact that Michael drastically changed his appearance to look more European (read:white) and even paid a white woman to breed white children that he then claimed he sired.

O'Reilly has a point there. How many black men would claim to have sired obviously Caucasian children -- or go to the bizarre lengths that Michael did to erase his blackness.

The media won't touch on any of this right now out of respect to Jackson's fans -- and because the network ratings are just too high.

But I predict the media's white gloves will come off tomorrow or in the days following Jackson's memorial. And it won't be pretty.

A music teacher in California invited about 20 of her students to a private residence to film the children singing a pro-Obama song.

At first this video was posted on Obama's own website some time last year. Then it made its way to YouTube and that's when all the protests began. So Obama took the video off his site.

Why all the anger and protests, you ask?

Well, from what I can gather, some kooks on YouTube seized upon the opportunity to compare this video with the Nazi propaganda videos featuring the Hitler Youth singing Hitler's praises in the 1940s.

Maybe the intense scrutiny surrounding the video is due to the deception involved in the making of the video.

The video was intended to simulate an amateur video of children spontaneously breaking out into song. But in the fairness of disclosure, the Obama camp posted all the names of the crew involved in shooting the video. It turns out there were 22 crew members in all (not including the children).

Not only that, but the "private residence" was designed to look like the interior of a classroom. Critics point out that the video had the feel of a big-budget production paid for by....

As a result of the vicious attacks and hoopla, it is difficult to find the original video on YouTube amid all the Nazi propaganda videos. Oh, and Bill O'Reilly aired this video on his show last night. So expect even more drama.

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Star Jones wrote a well thought out letter in response to Bill O'Reilly's racial slur toward Michelle Obama on a recent show. As you all know by now, O'Reilly was talking to a caller who was angry at Mrs. Obama for saying, "for the first time in my adult lifetime, I'm really proud of my country."

O'Reilly responded in his famous tongue-in-cheek way by saying, "I don't want to go on a lynching party against Michelle Obama unless there's evidence, hard facts, that say this is how the woman really feels. If that's how she really feels - that this is a bad country or a flawed nation, whatever - then that's legit. We'll track it down."

To date, only two influential blacks have responded to the slur: Jesse Jackson and Star Jones In Jones' letter - which is reposted in its entirety on Black - she said:

What annoys me more than anything is that I get the feeling that one of the reasons Bill O'Reilly made this statement, thinking he could get away with it in the first place, and then followed it up with a lame apology in a half-hearted attempt to smooth any ruffled feathers, is because he doesn't think that black women will come out and go after him when he goes after us. Well, he's dead wrong. Be clear Bill O'Reilly: there will be no lynch party for that black woman. And this black woman assures you that if you come for her, you come for all of us." -- Star Jones Reynolds READ MORE...

Thanks to loyal readers Kisha and Honey for the tip!

In this video posted on 50 Cent's website, he tries to explain the ignorant comment he made about Barack Obama being shot if Americans votes him into office. 50 neglected to mention that he said he would vote for Hillary Clinton instead because America wasn't ready for a black president.

50 Cent is entitled to his own dumb opinions. So why get upset at Bill O'Reilly for calling him a pinhead? That was O'Reilly's opinion. Clearly Fiddy was cooning when he made the statement because he thought it would go over well with the white man. Now he's crying like a b*tch because his cooning backfired on him.

Fiddy should be used to this by now.

Thanks to loyal reader rell23 for the link!