O’Reilly Sues Critic for $5 Million Over “malicious” Facebook Post


Anyone can file a lawsuit against anyone else at anytime. I recall I went to the federal courthouse in San Antonio, wrote a check for a $300 to $400 filing fee, filled in a form by hand, and I had a lawsuit going. That was without a lawyer at the time.

Most lawyers recommend that you leave the amount of damages open rather than specifying an amount. I was told that judges don’t like to be told how much you want early in a lawsuit.

Filing a lawsuit is easy. Winning is more difficult.

O’Reilly’s Facebook critic, Michael Panter, will need to come up with at least $200,000 to defend himself. There will probably be 60 to 100 pretrial motions that his lawyer will need to respond to. At $300 an hour the lawyer’s fees will add up.

If his critic told the truth about O’Reilly or if what he wrote is OPINION, then he should win. As a public figure O’Reilly can be criticized. In order for him to win his case, he will have to prove that Panter acted with malice.

You may recall that Sarah Palin sued the New York Times earlier this year for defamation. Her case was quickly dismissed.


With more revelations about multimillion-dollar sexual harassment settlements becoming public, ex-Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly threw some muscle around in the courts today to the tune of $5 million.

“The relief includes, but is not limited to, reputational damages, monetary damages, special damages, punitive damages, costs, fees, injunctive relief, and such other relief as is just and proper, in an amount not less than $5 million,” said the two-page summons of notice filing (read it here) in New York Supreme Court against Michael Panter over a social media posting that didn’t exactly paint O’Reilly in the best of lights.

As a potential deal with Sinclair Broadcasting and return to the small screen looms for the former Factor frontman, the self-described “not a litigious guy” this morning followed up on his promise of yesterday to go after anyone who uttered what he considered untruths about him. A category into which former New Jersey state assemblymen Panter now falls, in O’Reilly’s view.

“This action seeks redress for Defendant Panter’s intentional, malicious, and bad faith actions in making defamatory and false statements in a publicly-available social media post,” says O’Reilly attorney Fredric Newman on Friday, designating Nassau County as the specific jurisdiction for the matter.

As damage spread from the news earlier this week of a $32 million sexual harassment settlement by O’Reilly just before Fox reupped his contract to $25 million annually, Panter went on Facebook claiming that an FNC-employed ex-girlfriend of his had once settled a harassment case with O’Reilly. He then asserted the NDA-bound ex was later contacted directly by O’Reilly looking for “anything you have” on another woman accusing the then-FNC host of sexual harassment.

“Plaintiff seeks damages for the public hatred, ridicule, disgrace, and permanent harm to his professional and personal reputations as a result of Defendant Panter’s publication of knowingly false defamatory statements about Plaintiff, which were made with actual malice, as well as Defendant Panter’s intentional infliction of emotional distress upon Plaintiff,” the summons adds without taking a breath.

While not actually a lawsuit — nothing like that has been filed, it seems — O’Reilly is clearly taking a page from ex-colleague Eric Bolling’s legal book and going after those he thinks are going after him.

Like the $50 million action this summer by the then-suspended and later pink-slipped Bolling against Huffington Post freelancer Yashar Ali over suggestive texts from the former Five co-host to female co-workers, this is not an actual lawsuit. O’Reilly, who was canned from FNC in April as more than $13 million in sexual harassment settlements by him and the company were revealed, may be trying to intimidate more than litigate.

Variety adds this information about Panter’s scribblings:

Panter is a one-time New Jersey politician who took to Facebook on Tuesday to write about how the one-time Fox News Channel star treated a former girlfriend of his after she had accused O’Reilly of sexual harassment. The summons says O’Reilly believes he has been defamed.

In the Facebook post, Panter offered details of how O’Reilly purportedly called his ex-girlfriend and solicited information from her about another woman who had also made harassment allegations against the former Fox News star.

Talent and Literary Agencies Drop O’Reilly in Wake of Sexual Harassment Accusations

In comments boards discussing Bill O, I’m seeing too many males acting like p*ssy-whipped feminists in their words of hatred directed at the former Fox News personality.

I will defend the right of every unmarried man of any age to flirt, woo, ask for a date, ask for sex, and otherwise pursue ANY female of his choice.

I will not defend sexual assault. No “grab ’em by the p*ssy” without a signal from the lady first. I said SIGNAL, not a signed legal document.

The libertarian in me leaves me in a quandary regarding voluntary agreements between men and women to exchange sex for pay raises, promotions, etc. Notice the qualifying word VOLUNTARY in the statement. The freedom to reach voluntary agreements without interference by the state is an important right that shouldn’t be impaired by political correctness.

My principles exclude married men from having these rights. Via marriage, a man voluntarily gives up certain rights, including the right to pursue women.

Sorry guys, but those are my principles.

The turd p*ssified males commenting on O’Reilly seem to think that NO MAN has a right to woo a woman. These running dogs of feminism are sex traitors, betraying natural human behavior in favor of feminist political correctness.

Some men seem to be happy that their masculinity is being stripped away via the demonization of Bill O.

Today he lost his literary agent, on top of losing his talent agent earlier.


In the wake of sexual harassment allegations, Bill O’Reilly has been dropped by his literary agency, WME. This news comes on the heels of the ending of his relationship with his talent agency, UTA, earlier this week.

In a statement to Variety, WME said, “We no longer represent Bill O’Reilly for future deals. It is our fiduciary responsibility to service the existing deals we have under contract, but we will not be working with him moving forward.”

O’Reilly is the author of seven books in his “Killing” series, including the most recent “Killing England: The Brutal Struggle for American Independence.”

The former Fox News anchor has recently come under renewed criticism after news broke that 21st Century Fox had renewed his contract right after paying a $32 million settlement.

He was fired by Fox News in April following a New York Times report that he had been involved in settlements of harassment and sexual harassment claims with five women totaling $13 million, dating back to 2002. On Saturday, the Times reported that O’Reilly personally reached a settlement in January with former Fox News legal analyst, Lis Wiehl, for $32 million, a fee far larger than previously disclosed settlements. In February, Fox News set a long-term contract with O’Reilly that included a huge salary boost, to $25 million a year from around $20 million under his previous deal.

Talent agency UTA had informed O’Reilly that it would not be renewing his contract when his deal expires at the end of 2017, according to a person familiar with the matter. “Bill has already lined up alternative representation,” said Mark Fabiani, a spokesman for O’Reilly.

Fabiani had no comment on the WME decision.

A lot of sexual interaction takes place via nonverbal communication by women. A gesture, a smile, a head toss, a look–all of these come into play. Women, sober women anyway, are not programmed to walk up to a man and say, “F*** me. Now.” Only in porn …

Anyway, the feminist rules for male-female interaction are intended to apply to whites only. Thus, they are anti-white as well as anti-male.

My final observation is that O’Reilly’s sex habits or behavior toward women have nothing to do with his ability to write books (which were ghostwritten anyway). I hope he finds another agent and writes a memoir telling his side of the sexual harassment story.

Trump Defends O’Reilly: “I don’t think Bill did anything wrong.”


This is what we love about our leader. He speaks his mind. We may not agree with what he says, but we know he’s not a programmed robot like his predecessors.

Unfortunately for Trump, the media now have an opening to portray both men as sexual predators. Trump’s past indiscretions have been on the back burner for months, but they’ll be heating up again now.


President Donald Trump on Wednesday weighed in on the recent controversy surrounding Fox News host Bill O’Reilly.

In an interview with The New York Times, Trump defended O’Reilly against new revelations that he, Fox News and parent company 21st Century Fox had paid a total of $13 million in settlements to five women who accused him of sexual harassment or verbal abuse.

“I think he’s a person I know well — he is a good person,” Trump told the Times. “I think he shouldn’t have settled; personally I think he shouldn’t have settled. Because you should have taken it all the way. I don’t think Bill did anything wrong.”

O’Reilly has denied the merits of all the claims against him, 21st Century Fox said in a statement.

Trump had his own run-in with sexual harassment accusations last October, after an Access Hollywood tape surfaced in which he said he grabbed women by their genitals. “I don’t even wait,” Trump can be heard saying in the tape. “And when you’re a star, they let you do it, you can do anything.”

Last week, Trump declared April 2017 National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, pledging that his administration “will do everything in its power to protect women, children, and men from sexual violence.”

Trump’s defense of O’Reilly was similar to his defense of former Fox News chief Roger Ailes last year, when Ailes was facing a litany of sexual harassment allegations.

“I think they are unfounded just based on what I’ve read,” Trump said of the accusations against Ailes. “Totally unfounded, based on what I read.”

Ailes, who has denied all of the allegations against him, was forced to resign from Fox News just one week after that interview.

Nine months after Ailes’ departure, Fox News is facing mounting public pressure from accusers, advertisers and women’s rights groups to go further in addressing the allegations against O’Reilly.

More than 20 companies had pulled their advertising from “The O’Reilly Factor” as of Wednesday. Lisa Bloom, the lawyer for one of O’Reilly’s accusers, has called for an independent investigation of Fox News. The National Organization for Women has called for him to be fired.

Meanwhile, many female employees inside Fox News are too scared to speak out about problems in the workplace, fearing that they have no leverage against powerful on-air talents like O’Reilly, current and former network sources have told CNNMoney.

21st Century Fox and Fox News are standing behind O’Reilly. But neither the company nor O’Reilly have addressed the matter since Saturday, when the New York Times first revealed the extent of settlements paid to O’Reilly’s accusers.

Henry Holt, the publisher of O’Reilly’s new book “Old School,” has said it has “no comment at this time” on the allegations against its author.

21st Century Fox is also under federal investigation over its handling of payments made to women who accused Ailes of sexual harassment.

Anybody can be under federal investigation today. I think the investigation alluded to by CNN relates to laws regulating public disclosure by companies to their stockholders. Fox may end up being fined for keeping the payments secret.

Trump might have been well advised to stay out of this fight.

22 Companies Pull Ads from O’Reilly as NOW Calls for His Firing Over Sexual Harassment Accusations

Left wing social justice warriors have expanded their efforts to silence alternative voices in the media by targeting Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly. He’s not the first and he won’t be the last.

Obviously to me, it’s incredibly easy to get disgruntled women to step forward and revel in that 15 minutes of fame by accusing men of sexual harassment.

O’Reilly is a virile single man who likes the ladies. At least some of his accusers have been paid off. So why are third parties stepping into the private business of O, Fox, and the women?

Several years ago when Sandra Fluke testified before Congress in favor of free birth control, Rush Limbaugh called her a slut. Heads exploded and advertisers boycotted him too. Likewise, President Trump’s businesses have now been boycotted by the left, partly because of sex charges leveled at him.

Daily Mail

Twenty-two companies have pulled their ads from Bill O’Reilly’s show after a report revealed women had accused the Fox News host of sexual harassment, verbal abuse, and inappropriate behavior.

O’Reilly’s show may be taking a financial hit after BMW, Mercedes, Hyundai, Ainsworth, Constant Contact, Sanofi, GlaxoSmithKline, Allstate, Esurance, Untuckit, Mitsubishi, T. Rowe Price, Credit Karma, Coldwell Banker, Lexus, Bayer, Wayfair, Orkin, True Car, MileIQ, The Wonderful Company, and the Society for Human Resources Management all announced they would be removing their ads.

The list is expected to grow, with the Sleeping Giants setting their sights on The O’Reilly’s Factor after the anonymous group first launched a campaign that led Breitbart to lose more than 1,750 advertisers.

The backlash comes after a report in The New York Times revealed O’Reilly and Fox News paid five women $13 million to settle four cases of sexual harassment and one incident of verbal abuse in the past 15 years.

In addition to the five women, Wendy Walsh, a regular on his show, along with Andrea Tantaros, a former Fox News host, also accused the 67-year-old of inappropriate behavior.

I watched Wendy Walsh’s interview. Yawn! There’s nothing there in my opinion.

The National Organization for Women is now calling for Fox News to fire O’Reilly, saying the network is ‘too big and too influential to simply let this go’.

Mercedes Benz was one of the first companies to announce the decision on Monday afternoon, and more than a dozen others followed suit by Tuesday night.

While Hyundai does not currently run ads on The O’Reilly Factor, it pulled spots on future episodes, saying it wanted to partner with companies and programming that share its values of inclusion and diversity.

BMW said it suspended advertising on the show due to the recent allegations, as did financial firm T. Rowe Price, Sanofi, Ainsworth Pet Nutrition and Constant Contact.

While the move certainly presents a public relations headache, it remains unclear whether the decision to pull advertising from O’Reilly’s show will directly impact Fox News’ bottom line.

Paul Rittenberg, the executive vice president of advertising sales at Fox News, issued a statement saying: ‘We value our partners and are working with them to address their current concerns about the O’Reilly Factor.

‘At this time, the ad buys of those clients have been re-expressed into other FNC programs.’

That may very well change, since the Sleeping Giants have started compiling a running list of advertisers so activists can pressure the companies to reconsider their support.

The anonymous group, familiar with the ins and outs of digital marketing, first launched a campaign against Breitbart – leading 1,759 companies to blacklist the website.

The group wrote: ‘Despite the fact that we’ve been focused on the hate and bigotry of Breitbart News, we felt it necessary to take action against Mr. O’Reilly because of his clear disregard for women and minorities.

The over the top rhetoric aimed at destroying O’Reilly and silencing what little bit of truth the public gets from Fox News is laughable, except that the stakes are so high.

NOW President Terry O’Neil called for an independent investigation into Fox’s workplace culture on Tuesday and said: ‘The reported use of [O’Reilly’s] powerful position to repeatedly manipulate women reveals a cruel misogyny that runs to the core of his character.

‘For too long women have endured dangerous sexism at the hands of powerful men and powerful institutions.

‘Fox News is too big and too influential to simply let this go. Women have the right to go to work without facing harassment. Fox News apparently doesn’t get that basic concept,’ she added.

While NOW is calling for O’Reilly to be fired, that may prove to be difficult considering the TV host is Fox News’ top revenue producer.

O’Reilly brought in more than $178 million in ad dollars in 2015 and $118.6 million in the first nine months of 2016, according to research firm Kantar Media.

NOW doesn’t represent women. It represents leftist politics that seeks to destroy traditional families, while pushing lesbianism and abortion.

O’Reilly has now been victimized by the strategies laid out in Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals.


Leaked Twitter Shadowban List Shows Bias Against Truth, Conservatives

Richard Spencer, Mark Dice, Alex Jones, Brittany Pettibone, Lew Rockwell, and a host of other “racists,” truth tellers, and conservatives are on the list.

Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, is destroying his own creation with his insane leftist nonsense. Be aware that this is only a partial list. More shadowbanned users are yet to be revealed by the leak.

Breitbart explains how a Twitter shadowban works.

Just in case Twitter suspends Tennessee GOP, here’s another Tweet that has the list.

Anarchofeminist Professor Wants You to Turn Queer Too!

sandra jeppesen

Imagine a world in which the old normal has been completely destroyed, replaced by a new normal that follows leftist/feminist/anarchist norms.

Even if you are attracted to the opposite sex in this brave new world, if you are male,you act according to traditional feminine norms, while your female partner acts according to traditional male norms. In short, men act like lesbian women, while women act like gay men. It’s called queering heterosexuality.

Your penis has been replaced by BOB, your partner’s Battery Operated Boyfriend (a vibrating dildo). I suppose that vaginal sex with her is out. Is anal in? I have no idea.

Queering heterosexuality flips the script. That much is for sure.

A number of my students were queer heterosexuals. For example, one very attractive 20 year old coed once suggested some sort of bizarre sex that I did not completely understand at the time, since I was not aware of queer heterosexuality at the time. I THINK (not sure) that what she suggested was some sort of threesome that involved her, me, and another male professor, with somebody wearing a strap on dildo. I’m not sure if that somebody was her or one of us males. I know that following queer norms that we men would be anally penetrated, possibly by each other or by her and her strap on.

This kind of (to me) bizarre sexuality permeates college campuses today. They learn it from pron and they learn it from profs–feminist profs, not men.

The author of “queering heterosexualities”, Sandra Jeppesen, being a good feminist/anarchist does not use capital letters in her paper, excerpted below. How’s that for rebellion?

First, an excerpt from one of the professor’s older publications, from the journal fishpiss. Here she does capitalize.

How to go Insane in Ten Easy Steps
Sandra Jeppesen

1. Skip two grades in grade school, move six times to six different cities, never make any close friends. Hate everybody, they probably hated you first. Be a shit-disturber in class. Swear precociously. Get into fights at school and get sent to the office a lot. Learn to say the alphabet backwards from Z. Fight with your parents about everything. Snigger secretly because you know you are smarter than they are. When they hit you, hit back. Lie to your friends (when you have them) about your black eyes, your broken teeth.

2. Go to university when you are sixteen. Study pure mathematics or quantum physics. Pierce one eyebrow, your bellybutton and both nipples. Shave your head. Read Sylvia Plath and like it. Hang out with people who are more fucked up than you. They will be hard to find. Don’t get discouraged, keep looking. Drop lots of acid with them, control your hallucinations, get cramped cheeks from laughing so hard. Drop ten hits the night before you have to go to the suburbs for Father’s Day. You are still tripping. Listen to your father trying to have a heart-to-heart with you for maybe the first time ever. Look him straight in the eye and say, Y’know Dad, you always did remind me of Elvis. Never laugh when you are straight. This will not be often.

My interpretation of this writing is that while there is an element of satire and trolling, that she is proud of being mental.

I assume that piece is autobiographical. It exhibits a certain detachment from reality. The next piece certainly is autobiographical:

Excerpt from The Anarchist Library. I’ve broken up her long paragraph for readabilty.

in this piece i will be considering the impact that taking on queer politics has had in my life, thinking through ways that queering anarchism might happen in the lives of anarchists and anti-authoritarians who society may identify as heterosexual due to the sex and/ or gender of the object of their desire, but who ourselves disidentify with all things straight, perhaps even with the subject-position of heterosexual.

what does this mean? this means that we are working on queering straight-seeming spaces, that we are straight-ish allies of queer struggles, challenging heteronormativity in the anarchist movement, as well as in the mainstream spaces we inhabit, from workplaces to families, from classrooms to cultural productions.

this piece itself is one intervention that attempts to queer the space of narrative and theory, through non-capitalization[1], on the one hand, and on the other hand, through mobilizing a personal narrative to think through or theorize the queering of heterosexuality and the de-heteronormativizing of ‘straight-acting’ spaces.

through an examination of the queering of hetero-space from an anarchist perspective, a liberatory politics of sexualities and genders emerges that intersects with anarchaqueer liberation[2] in challenging dominant forms of social organization including the state, marriage, capitalism, parenting, love relationships, friendships, families, and other important sites of anarchist politics and struggle.

non-normative sexuality means, among other things, that people ditch sexual norms, and just hook up with and have long-term relationships with whoever inspires them, doing whatever they are into sexually.

for me, sometimes this is women, sometimes it is men. often it is with people who are not my age. when i was younger i dated older people and now that i’m a bit older i seem to date younger people. these are more or less the people i seem to find myself hanging out with.

i don’t really see age as an interesting way of dividing people. my friendships have always been across ages and even generations. my current partner is more than ten years younger than me. when we got together we were polyamorous and, although we communicated well and had great sex, we weren’t taking the relationship too seriously. it was lots of fun. we both had other partners, but soon that kind of went away, and we made more of an explicit commitment to each other, first to be primary partners, and then to be monogamous. i’ve always felt a little ambivalent about this decision.

recently i moved to another town, and we decided to be poly, although neither of us have acted on it yet.

There’s an introduction to Queer Sexuality at Wikipedia. This article on queer heterosexuals is also informative.

Here’s a short video that introduces students to their queer/anarchist/feminist/bisexual professor:

This is what taxpayer dollars are buying today. Is it any wonder that students emerge confused and ignorant.

david bowie in dress

Ahmed the Clock Bomb Boy Met with Muslim War Criminal in Africa, Heads for WH to Meet Obama on Monday

clock bomb boy meets al bashir

Sand turd Ahmed the clock bomb boy (Ahmed Mohamed) is going to the White House on Monday, where he’s going meet President Obama.

Since the Dallas, Texas turd’s little stunt last month, claiming to be a scientific genius for bring a clock that looked like a bomb to school, he’s not been in school but traveling the world preaching against racism, meeting world leaders in the process, including an alleged Muslim war criminal.

Excerpt from Fox News

Ahmed Mohamed, the 14-year old boy arrested after a homemade clock he brought to school was mistaken for a bomb, may be putting President Obama in an awkward situation after meeting with Sudanese president and alleged war criminal Omar al-Bashir just days before a White House event to which he was invited.

Despite the controversy, the White House has not yet announced any change of plans for the invitation or the event – an Astronomy Night scheduled for Monday that brings together NASA astronauts and government scientists with students and teachers.

But as the boy has gone on a tour across the globe to speak out against racism — meeting with Turkish President Ahmet Davutoğlu in New York, and visiting a number of Middle Eastern countries such as Qatar and Saudi Arabia — the visit to his father’s home country of Sudan is raising eyebrows.

He was photographed meeting with al-Bashir on Wednesday, reportedly alongside his father.

The Sudanese leader is wanted by the International Criminal Court for war crimes in Darfur, where he is accused of orchestrating genocide and crimes against humanity. Al-Bashir denies the accusations.

Sudanese human right advocates say that al-Bashir is using the 14-year-old’s visit for his own political benefit.