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Saturday, February 05, 2005

LA Times Article Ignores Bill O'Reilly in Ward Churchill Story

This article:http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-churchill4feb04.story
in the Los Angeles Times showed what lack of respect the liberal left have for the rule of law.
The students were violent and disrespectful, because they are uninformed about the way our country works. They aren't smart enough to know that there are laws, rules and regulations that make our country great. Anarchy is not the way we operate in the United States of America.
But I have a problem with the article itself. The writer states:

The furor over remarks by Churchill, 57, began last week. He was asked to speak at Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y., about Native American prison issues. But professors there discovered a paper he wrote after the Sept. 11 attacks titled "Some People Push Back: On the Justice of Roosting Chickens."

How did the paper written by Churchill suddenly surface? I have read that it was written quite a while ago, without much public response, if any. Yet suddenly it is on the front pages and blog spots all over the country.
It's time to give credit where it is due. Bill O'Reilly on FOX News Channel broke the story, and of course the colleges involved could no longer "hide under their desks" as Bill likes to put it.
If it weren't for that broadcast by Bill, Churchill would not be being vilified across the country.
The reason O'Reilly has not been widely acknowleged for breaking the story is because the print press and the radical left hate him. He points out numerous problems with the left leaning bias in the press, and they hate him for it.
The Los Angeles Times is one of Bill's favorite targets, and hence the lack of mention in the recent article.
I wish the Times could be more balanced, but they don't seem to care.

I'll be back



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