Firearms rally scheduled for Chambersburg's square

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Two local organizations are hosting a Second Amendment Freedom Rally on from noone to 2 p.m. April 6 on Courthouse Plaza in downtown Chambersburg.

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Since: Sep 07

Valley Village, CA

#1153 Apr 21, 2013
Nerd Rage wrote:
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FOX news does make mistakes. It happens to every news cast but the difference is that FOX NEWS appologizes for their mistakes and corrects their errors they don't continue to mislead the public after the known facts. You give all your stations a pass and yet you hold FOX to a different level.
When Mark Folley was in a sex scandal, Fox labelled him a democrat despite the fact that he was a republican.

Mistake?

When Rick Sanford was in a sex scandal, Fox labelled him a democrat despite the fact that he was a republican.

Mistake?

When Ted Stephens was in a scandal for corruption. Fox labelled him a democrat despite the fact that he was a republican.

Mistake?

When Larry Craig was in a sex scandal, Fox labelled him a democrat despite the fact that he was a republican.

Mistake?

At what point does this stop being a mistake, and start being a PATTERN of behavior?

Can you cite a single news network OTHER THAN FoxNews who's made a similar mistake in the other direction?

I'll be fair and say it doesn't have to be a sex scandal, since 99% of those involve Republicans not Democrats.

Go on. Prove that this isn't something FoxNews is doing on purpose.
local yocal

Fayetteville, PA

#1154 Apr 21, 2013
Nuggin wrote:
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Actually, I didn't bring up Hollywood. I merely said I make movies.
And you clearly weren't able to distinguish between the place and the industry.
Once again, Conservatives aren't very good with details. Or facts. Or reasoning. Or the truth....
yabba dabba dooo. You make movies? Funny funny. Thats one of the neato things about the innernet you can make stuff up. Guess what i do for a livin. I am a brain surgeon sounds dum huh? Thats how you saying you make movies sounds. YAHOOO!!!hey mr movie maker shouldn't you be spendin time with your family or ain't you got anyone?
Barney Franks peter

Los Angeles, CA

#1155 Apr 21, 2013
Nuggin wrote:
<quoted text>
When Mark Folley was in a sex scandal, Fox labelled him a democrat despite the fact that he was a republican.
Mistake?
When Rick Sanford was in a sex scandal, Fox labelled him a democrat despite the fact that he was a republican.
Mistake?
When Ted Stephens was in a scandal for corruption. Fox labelled him a democrat despite the fact that he was a republican.
Mistake?
When Larry Craig was in a sex scandal, Fox labelled him a democrat despite the fact that he was a republican.
Mistake?
At what point does this stop being a mistake, and start being a PATTERN of behavior?
Can you cite a single news network OTHER THAN FoxNews who's made a similar mistake in the other direction?
I'll be fair and say it doesn't have to be a sex scandal, since 99% of those involve Republicans not Democrats.
Go on. Prove that this isn't something FoxNews is doing on purpose.
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"RAPIST"

‘Certified Sexual Harasser’

Bill Clinton As Keynote Speaker At Dem Convention

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Paula Jones – February, 1994 - Accused Bill Clinton of exposing himself to her in a hotel room. CBS and NBC ignored her press conference. ABC gave it 16 seconds of coverage.

Kathleen Willey – July, 1997 - Accused Bill Clinton of groping her in the Oval Office while President. CBS gave it one minute on July 30 while NBC gave it a mention and ABC gave it no immediate coverage.

Juanita Broaddrick – March, 1998 – Accused Bill Clinton of raping her while he was the Arkansas Attorney General and a candidate for Governor. ABC, CBS, NBC offered weekend coverage but then dropped the story. NBC's Dateline finally aired an interview with Broaddrick in February of 1999.
Barney Franks peter

Los Angeles, CA

#1158 Apr 21, 2013
Nuggin wrote:
<quoted text>
When Mark Folley was in a sex scandal, Fox labelled him a democrat despite the fact that he was a republican.
Mistake?
When Rick Sanford was in a sex scandal, Fox labelled him a democrat despite the fact that he was a republican.
Mistake?
When Ted Stephens was in a scandal for corruption. Fox labelled him a democrat despite the fact that he was a republican.
Mistake?
When Larry Craig was in a sex scandal, Fox labelled him a democrat despite the fact that he was a republican.
Mistake?
At what point does this stop being a mistake, and start being a PATTERN of behavior?
Can you cite a single news network OTHER THAN FoxNews who's made a similar mistake in the other direction?
I'll be fair and say it doesn't have to be a sex scandal, since 99% of those involve Republicans not Democrats.
Go on. Prove that this isn't something FoxNews is doing on purpose.
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Go on.

Prove that this isn't something FoxNews is doing on purpose.

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.......... It's only proper for good journalism to identify biases.

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Obama's Media Matters Goon Squad

Abuse Of Power:

The Justice Department has been caught colluding with left-wing media "watchdog" Media Matters to suppress critics who've embarrassed the Obama administration.

What is this, Hugo Chavez's Venezuela?

Based on a cache of internal Justice Department e-mails obtained by the Daily Caller,

Attorney Gen. Eric Holder's press staff has been collaborating all along with

left-wing media "watchdog" Media Matters



to smear any reporter asking uncomfortable questions,

to discourage whistle-blowers,

to discredit political watchdogs

and to suppress damaging news about what's going on in the Obama administration.

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The Daily Caller found dozens of pages of e-mails between DOJ Public Affairs Director Tracy Schnakler and Media Matters staffers planning and discussing how to

attack reporters who covered scandals such as the Black Panther voter suppression case,

and the Fast and Furious scandal where DOJ sold thousands of guns to Mexico's notorious crime cartels

— the truth of which DOJ didn't want to get out.

http://news.investors.com/ibd-editorials/0918 ...

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Go on. Prove it!

Damn you!!!!

Prove it!

Go on.

Prove it,damn you!!!!

Since: Sep 07

Valley Village, CA

#1159 Apr 21, 2013
local yocal wrote:
<quoted text>yabba dabba dooo. You make movies? Funny funny. Thats one of the neato things about the innernet you can make stuff up. Guess what i do for a livin. I am a brain surgeon sounds dum huh? Thats how you saying you make movies sounds. YAHOOO!!!hey mr movie maker shouldn't you be spendin time with your family or ain't you got anyone?
I'm married, but I don't have kids. My wife does sound for TV shows and is able to work from home.

I write movies, so I have plenty of free time. The guys who are actually on the crew making the movies and TV shows day to day are busy busy busy. Me? I get to wear sweatpants. It's awesome.

Since: Sep 07

Valley Village, CA

#1160 Apr 21, 2013
Barney Franks peter wrote:
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The Daily Caller found dozens of pages of e-mails between DOJ Public Affairs Director Tracy Schnakler and Media Matters staffers planning and discussing how to
attack reporters who covered scandals such as the Black Panther voter suppression case,
and the Fast and Furious scandal where DOJ sold thousands of guns to Mexico's notorious crime cartels
— the truth of which DOJ didn't want to get out.
http://news.investors.com/ibd-editorials/0918 ...
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Go on. Prove it!
Damn you!!!!
Prove it!
Go on.
Prove it,damn you!!!!
Your link in dead, so I can barely make out what you are trying to say and certainly can't verify any of it.

Find a better link or make more sense.

“HUNTING RIGHTS ADVOCATE”

Since: Oct 08

Boggy Creek

#1161 Apr 21, 2013
Nuggin wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, I didn't bring up Hollywood. I merely said I make movies.
And you clearly weren't able to distinguish between the place and the industry.
Once again, Conservatives aren't very good with details. Or facts. Or reasoning. Or the truth....
Nope, wrong again. I was not the one who brought up Hollywood and I didn't say anything about movie making. Try to pay attention, will ya?

“HUNTING RIGHTS ADVOCATE”

Since: Oct 08

Boggy Creek

#1162 Apr 21, 2013
Nuggin wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm married, but I don't have kids. My wife does sound for TV shows and is able to work from home.
I write movies, so I have plenty of free time. The guys who are actually on the crew making the movies and TV shows day to day are busy busy busy. Me? I get to wear sweatpants. It's awesome.
I'm an entrepreneur and a self-made multimillionaire. I started a business making overpriced "designer" sweatpants for pretentious azzholes in the entertainment industry. Who knew that there would be so many pretentious azzholes in the entertainment industry that I'd get rich and have this much free time? Go figure.....

Since: Sep 07

Valley Village, CA

#1163 Apr 21, 2013
Squach wrote:
<quoted text>Nope, wrong again. I was not the one who brought up Hollywood and I didn't say anything about movie making. Try to pay attention, will ya?
Go back and look. The word "hollywood" is in your post first, not mine.

We don't call it Hollywood here.

Since: Sep 07

Valley Village, CA

#1164 Apr 21, 2013
Squach wrote:
<quoted text>I'm an entrepreneur and a self-made multimillionaire. I started a business making overpriced "designer" sweatpants for pretentious azzholes in the entertainment industry. Who knew that there would be so many pretentious azzholes in the entertainment industry that I'd get rich and have this much free time? Go figure.....
Terrific. good for you.

Unfortunately, I'm not one of your customers. None of my sweatpants are name brand. I shop based on comfort not label.

Though I have worked with a number of people who pay _way too much_ attention to fashion, I've never really given a crap about it. It seems extremely arbitrary to me.
think about it

Fayetteville, PA

#1165 Apr 21, 2013
Nuggin ever run into Dylan Chudzynski in your travels? He's in visual effects He has done NCIS, Scrubs, Everybody Hate Chris, just to name a few.

Dylan is the son of friends of mine. His mom is from Donora, Pa and dad is from the state of Indiana.

No you never met him because it's all a story from you. You really live in your mom's basement don't you?

Here is the week end and that's all you have done....post, post, post. One would think you would be with your wife. Oops! There is no wife either.

Since: Sep 07

Valley Village, CA

#1166 Apr 21, 2013
think about it wrote:
Nuggin ever run into Dylan Chudzynski in your travels? He's in visual effects He has done NCIS, Scrubs, Everybody Hate Chris, just to name a few.
Dylan is the son of friends of mine. His mom is from Donora, Pa and dad is from the state of Indiana.
No you never met him because it's all a story from you. You really live in your mom's basement don't you?
Here is the week end and that's all you have done....post, post, post. One would think you would be with your wife. Oops! There is no wife either.
Actually, I've never met him because I'm a writer which is pre-production and he is visual effects which is post production. Unless he was working on visual effects for a show I created, there's no reason I would meet him.

Dirty little secret, most post production people are working on multiple shows at the same time, where as pre- and prod are only working on one show.

I've met Bill Lawrence who created Scrubs (and Clone High - one of my favorites). Nice guy.

As for why you would think knowing where his mother is from would help me ID him, I have no idea.

Since: Sep 07

Valley Village, CA

#1167 Apr 21, 2013
think about it wrote:
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Here is the week end and that's all you have done....post, post, post. One would think you would be with your wife. Oops! There is no wife either.
I've seen this sort of comment from you and others.

How long does it take you guys to write a post? You seem to think popping on and posting something takes up a whole day.

This one is taking me roughly 15 seconds.

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#1168 Apr 21, 2013
Fox News Viewers Uninformed, NPR Listeners Not, Poll Suggests

A poll by Farleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey showed that of all the news channels out there, Fox News viewers are the least informed.

People were asked questions about news habits and current events in a statewide poll of 600 New Jersey residents recently. Results showed that viewers of Sunday morning news shows were the most informed about current events, while Fox News viewers were the least informed.

In fact, FDU poll results showed they were even less informed than those who say they don’t watch any news at all.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2011/11...

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#1169 Apr 21, 2013
Misinformation on the 2010 Election: A Study of the U.S. Electorate.

Those who watched Fox News almost daily were significantly more likely than those who never watched it to believe that:

* Most economists estimate the stimulus caused job losses.

* Most economists have estimated the health care law will worsen the deficit.

* The economy is getting worse.

* Most scientists do not agree that climate change is occurring.

* The stimulus legislation did not include any tax cuts.

* Their own income taxes have gone up.

* The auto bailout only occurred under Obama.

* When TARP came up for a vote most Republicans opposed it.

* And that it is not clear that Obama was born in the United States.

These effects increased incrementally with increasing levels of exposure and all were statistically significant. The effect was also not simply a function of partisan bias, as people who voted Democratic and watched Fox News were also more likely to have such misinformation than those who did not watch it -- though by a lesser margin than those who voted Republican.

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#1170 Apr 21, 2013
In 2003, a survey by the Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA) at the University of Maryland found widespread public misperceptions about the Iraq war.

For instance, many Americans believed that Saddam Hussein's Iraq had been involved in 9/11, or that it possessed weapons of mass destruction prior to the U.S. invasion.

But not everyone was equally misinformed: "The extent of Americans’ misperceptions vary significantly depending on their source of news," PIPA reported. "Those who receive most of their news from Fox News are more likely than average to have misperceptions.”

For instance, 80 % of Fox viewers held at least one of three Iraq-related misperceptions, more than a variety of other types of news consumers, and especially NPR and PBS users.

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#1171 Apr 21, 2013
In a late 2010 survey, Stanford University’s Jon Krosnick found that "more exposure to Fox News was associated with more rejection of many mainstream scientists’ claims about global warming, with less trust in scientists, and with more belief that ameliorating global warming would hurt the U.S. economy."

Notably, there was a 25 percentage point gap between the most frequent Fox News watchers (60 %) and those who watch no Fox news (85 %) in whether they think global warming is “caused mostly by things people do or about equally by things people do and natural causes.”

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#1172 Apr 21, 2013
Earlier this year, the Kaiser Family Foundation released a survey on U.S. misperceptions about health care reform. The survey asked 10 questions, and compared the "high scorers"--those that answered 7 or more correct--based on their media habits.

The result was that "higher shares of those who report CNN (35 percent) or MSNBC (39 percent) as their primary news source [got] 7 or more right, compared to those who report mainly watching Fox News (25 percent)."

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#1173 Apr 21, 2013
In late 2010, two scholars at the Ohio State University studied public misperceptions about the so-called “Ground Zero Mosque”—and in particular, the prevalence of a series of rumors depicting those seeking to build the mosque as terrorist sympathizers, anti-American, and so on.

The result?“People who use Fox News believe more of the rumors we asked about and they believe them more strongly than those who do not.” Respondents reporting a “low reliance” on Fox News believed .9 rumors on average (out of 4), but for those reporting a “high reliance” on Fox News, the number increased to 1.5 out of 4.

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#1174 Apr 21, 2013
Late last year, the Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA) once again singled out Fox in a survey about misinformation during the 2010 election.

Out of 11 false claims studied in the survey, PIPA found that “almost daily” Fox News viewers were "significantly more likely than those who never watched it" to believe 9 of them, including the misperception that “most scientists do not agree that climate change is occurring.”

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