Even assuming that’s the case, which I don’t think would hold up in any court, it’s still a petty and vindictive lawsuit.
May 2, 2016 at 11:28pm
Slander requires proof of malice.
[-1] May 2, 2016 at 11:25pm
Yeah, I’m sure. Because I’m not a hyper sensitive twit like you apparently are.
May 2, 2016 at 11:24pm
BS Max. There was nothing systematic or ongoing about this. That’s simply a preposterous statement. I suspect you just hate 50 and are using that as a justification for thinking he should be sued.
[-3] May 2, 2016 at 2:25pm
No, I wouldn’t. I would sack up and get over it. This potential lawsuit is nothing more than a pathetic cash grab by a low wage worker who suspects this might be his golden ticket.
[-2] May 2, 2016 at 2:24pm
Harassed? GTFO. That is ludicrous.
[-6] May 2, 2016 at 2:22pm
Try actuality responding to me, please. Not just leaving a floating comment addressed to me. And I’m sorry but no – what he did was well within the bounds of free speech. To sue him over this comes across as nothing more than a pathetic cash grab.
“More money than you deserve. ”
Quite the liberal statement there, don’t you think?
 May 2, 2016 at 12:43pm
These idiots don’t realize that this could backfire and drive these felons towards Democrats at the ballot box, just like they feared. A self-fulfilling prophesy, so to speak.
Too many unvetted rapists and murderers involved. McAwful just remembered it's an election year and Burnie needs to get the heave ho for his pal Hillary? Big time Clinton insider.
So standing-up for the rule of law is wrong? All states have laws on the books regarding the restoration of voting rights to felons and procedures for someone to go through to get their voting rights restored. Many of these come with stipulations such as a timeframe that must be satisfied -- as in the original timeframe of the felon's original sentence (to include probationary time) (and these timeframes vary by state).
It is wrong for McAuliffe to short-circuit the laws of the Virginia Commonwealth simply in an effort to buy votes for Hillary this fall. He's the one playing political football with the laws of Virginia. In effect, he's thumbing his nose at the voters of Virginia.
We elect our representatives (local, state, and national) to represent our concerns--and this is part of it. We are tired of elected officials who won't uphold the law--especially because such action bring some short-term heat or may not be politically expedient.
 May 2, 2016 at 12:39pm
Yeah 50 is obviously a jerk, but a lawsuit? Really??
Yes absolutely, he was harrassed while at work, then publicly defamed by having the video posted online, while the accusations of being high are false. Not to mention the negative impact it could have had on his employment had the video not gone viral but instead been seen by a superior who did not directly know him.
Nowadays, videos like this have a way of finding themselves in employers' hands. He could have gotten fired, or been subjected to invasive, unwarranted random drug tests for months or years because of this. And then, there's the damage that was done to his personal reputation. I suspect you'd think a lawsuit is completely acceptable if you were the guy in the video.
50 cent proved his point about his generation being f'ed up. I hope the guy sues his a$$ off.
May 1, 2016 at 7:47pm
Not talking about eating them. You can eat something and still allow it to live a free life in its natural habitat. But keeping them locked up in cages just so they can be gawked at is completely different. You should be able to recognize that difference.
May 1, 2016 at 6:19pm
Who said I have disdain for the human race? No, i have disdain for people who confine animals in small cages/tanks for the express purpose of entertaining people, just as I have disdain for people who think of these creatures as nothing but spectacles. Sorry, but taking highly intelligent animals with migratory ranges of thousands of miles and cramming them in relatively miniscule confinements is disrespectful.
 May 1, 2016 at 5:58pm
It’s disgusting to take highly intelligent animals such as elephants and orca and force them to do tricks for mouth breathing spectators. It’s just bad stewardship and it’s highly disrespectful. Very glad that PT Barnum took this action just as I’m glad the government didn’t get involved.
Do you actually think you can 'force' these animals to do anything they don't want to do? These animals are being domesticated for our entertainment and safety. I've never been to Africa but I hear horror stories of how elephants can very easily kill humans. Do I need to explain 'killer whales'? A trainer was killed because the park didn't want to injure the whale. There's no disrespect between the animal and the trainer but a mutual understanding and benefits. I don't understand your disdain for the human race particularly displayed when you call them, 'mouth breathing spectators'. Maybe you should stop breathing then?
Kupo : Took a while to end slavery also.
I agree. That's why we should use liberals. Better to use dumb liberal animals, like yourself, Kupo, than highly intelligent elephants for people's entertainment.
I would love to have an elephant or orca steak... they are ANIMALS... get over your stupid self.
Are you supporting the lawsuit against the people saving 17 elephants from death? The elephants were being removed to several zoos to make room for rhinos in a draught stricken area. Otherwise they would have fed a lot of hungry locals... Elephant BBQ and burgers. The people behind the lawsuit think the captivity itself is cruel.
What is even more disgusting is that they, at times, separate the moms and babies. I can see using an animal that has been hurt badly, they rescued it...and they fixed it...but to know they go and take healthy babies from their moms...is sickening.
If you haven't seen blackfish i suggest you watch it. The part that hit me hard was the fact the separation of baby and mother .in the wild
 May 1, 2016 at 3:14pm
Disappointed in you, Jesse. You’re the only thing I enjoy about O’Reilly. You have a quick wit and you should have disarmed him with that instead of your mitts. If the mayor of San Francisco is open to ambush then you should accept it for yourself too.
May 1, 2016 at 2:33pm
And that kind of an addition I would be opposed to, even though it would be impractical to implement. Using your gun in rural areas or places with weak radio signals (parking garages, for example) would be virtually impossible. However all smart gun technologies that have been seriously contemplated have not included any such features as far as I’m aware
That said, I am definitely opposed to smart guns, but not because of any risk of them being hacked.
 May 1, 2016 at 1:28pm
He’s a limited government, fiscally conservative libertarian and I believe a Republican. Could do much worse.
April 29, 2016 at 6:59pm
While I am generally opposed to smart gun technology, I think fears such as yours are highly unlikely. The gun would need to have wireless networking capabilities which I don’t believe would happen, since A) it would be pointless, and B) it would constitute a security vulnerability.
[-1] April 29, 2016 at 2:32pm
Oh look! Another wrong-headed puritan who doesn’t know what he’s talking about!
 April 27, 2016 at 9:52pm
I don’t find it at all respectful to pump bodies full of preservatives and other chemicals to make them last forever.
 April 27, 2016 at 5:21pm
I never understood why students are given control over the destinies of their fellow students like this.