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Alphabetical Listing of Quoted Individuals: H.



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Chelsea Handler

Comedian, actress, writer, television host, and producer. In 2012, Time magazine placed her on the list of its 100 Most Influential People.
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"Trump is a butt hole . . . I mean this with the utmost disrespect."

On April 4, 2016, Ms. Handler posted on social media a Instagram photograph of herself leaning against a window, naked from from the waist up. The words "Trump is a butt hole" are written across her back and buns. (Photo.)
Source: "Hollywood Leftists Smear Trump as Fascist, Racist, Sexist," The Watchdog, February 2017, page 3.
Posted here: March 13, 2017.


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Comment: After some comments accused Handler of trying to remain "relevant" with her Instagram post, she posted a similar photo on her Twitter page. Ms. Handler has posted numerous nude or semi-nude images of herself on social media since 2014. She has also posted a number of disparaging comments about Donald Trump. (Reference.)




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Maurice Henchey

Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives since 1993, representing New York's 22nd Congressional District (since 2003, formerly the 26th District).
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"We [the federal government] should own the refineries. Then we can control how much gets out into the market."

In remarks June 18, 2008, according th a Fox News alert.
Source: "Dems Want Control over U.S. Oil Flow," Whistleblower magazine, August 2008, page 8.
Posted here: November 24, 2008.


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Comment: The left seems stronger and stronger in its denunciation of capitalism and embrace of socialism. With Barack Obama's election, the U.S. will surely quicken the pace in pursuit of radical socialist policy.




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Melinda Henneberger

Editor-in-chief of PoliticsDaily.com and a columnist for the Catholic opinion journal Commonweal. She was a reporter for The New York Times, has written for Newsweek.com, and has contributed to publications including The New York Times Magazine, GQ, Slate, and Reader’s Digest.
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"Maybe the Founders were wrong to guarantee free exercise of religion in the First Amendment . . ."

Said to MSNBC’s Chris Matthews on his TV show February 8, 2012.
Source: WAPO Editor's Startling Defense of Catholics: 'Maybe the Founders Were Wrong to Guarantee Free Exercise of Religion'," by Jonathon M. Seidl, The Blaze, February 9, 2012. (Video.)
Posted here: February 13, 2012.


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Comment: Is Ms. Henneberger really suggesting there should be no religious freedom in this country? Breathtaking!




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Mark Hertsgaard

Journalist and author and environmental correspondent for The Nation. He was formerly a culture reporter for New Yorker magazine.
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"Climate denial . . . is pre-meditated murder."

Said (thought to be September 2017) on his website.
Source: His website. Also,
Posted here: October 9, 2017.


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Comment: Oh, the intolerance of the "we're -so-tolerable Left." Freedom of speech is just dandy . . . as long as what you say is in agreement with what leftists say. Otherwise, freedom of speech is not allowed!




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Marc Lamont Hill

Academic, journalist, author, activist, and television personality. He is a professor of African American Studies at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia and a CNN political commentator.
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"The greatest lie in American History is the myth of the self-made person. Nobody makes themselves. We're all shaped by communities, by people who struggled and sacrificed for us, by governments that offer safety nets."

Said while appearing as a guest during the 5:00 p.m. hour of CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow on November 8, 2015.
Source: "Minibits," The Watchdog, January 2016, page 5.
Posted here: April 25, 2016.


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Comment: The comment was made in reference to Dr. Ben Carson, who was the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland from 1984 until his retirement in 2013. Among his achievements as a surgeon were separating conjoined twins and developing a hemispherectomy technique for controlling seizures. Both achievements were recognized in 2008 with the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Dr. Carson is a stunning example of a self-made person. Liberals don't like to recognize such realities, as their focus is on government taking over control of our lives.




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Christopher Hitchens

Author, journalist and literary critic. He has been a columnist at Vanity Fair, The Atlantic, World Affairs, The Nation, Slate, Free Inquiry, and a variety of other media outlets. He's also author of the 2007 book, God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything (published in the UK as God is Not Great: The Case Against Religion.)
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"I think it's a pity there isn't a hell for him [Reverend Jerry Falwell] to go to. [. . .] The empty life of this ugly little charlatan proves only one thing, that you can get away with the most extraordinary offenses to morality and to truth in this country if you will just get yourself called reverend. [. . .] People like that should be out in the street, shouting and hollering with a cardboard sign and selling pencils from a cup. [. . .] I think he was a conscious charlatan and bully and fraud. And I think, if he read the Bible at all -- and I would doubt that he could actually read any long book [. . .] at all -- that he did so only in the most hucksterish, as we say, Bible-pounding way."

In remarks to CNN's Anderson Cooper.
Source: "Hitchens: 'Wish There Was a Hell for Falwell'," by WorldNetDaily, Whistleblower magazine, September 2007, page 16.
Posted here: August 25, 2008.


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Comment: It's one thing to disagree with Reverend Falwell, quite another to disparage and besmirch the man. Hitchens said, "this horrible little person is offensive to very, very many of us who have some regard for truth and for morality, and who think that ethics do not require that lies be told to children by evil old men [. . . .] I'm glad to see he skipped the rapture, [and was] just found on the floor of his office [. . . .]




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Jim Hoffa, Jr.

A member of the Teamsters since his 18th birthday (1959), and an attorney for the Teamsters from 1968 to 1993, he became president March 19, 1999.
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"Since when is the secret ballot a basic tenet of democracy?"

In a press release from the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, defending "card check" legislation that would end secret ballots in union activities.
Source: "StupidQuotes," The Limbaugh Letter, April 2009, page 12.
Posted here: April 20, 2009.


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Comment: I'll tell you when the secret ballot is not a basic tenet of democracy. When nothing makes sense any more. When freedom is all about chains. When you must penalize rich countries to save the world from global warming. When you decide to spend because you don't have any money. When more and more government is the answer to government ineptitude.


Jim Hoffa, Jr.


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"President Obama, this is your army [the International Brotherhood of Teamsters]. We are ready to march. Let's take these son of bitches [tea party members] out and give America back to an America where we belong."

Said at a union rally in Detroit, September 5, 2011.
Source: "Hoffa to Teamster 'Army': 'Take the SOBs Out'," by Drew Zahn, Whistleblower, November 2011, page 4.
Posted here: May 21, 2012.


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Comment: The referenced source states: "When Obama took the stage [after Hoffa's remarks], he made no effort to counter the hostile talk, but instead reassured the Michigan audience that he was 'proud' of Hoffa and other labor leaders. [. . .]
"Since its founding in 1903, the Teamsters union has accumulated a checkered past of crime, including bribery, embezzlement, extortion, labor rackets, beatings, vandalism and even bombings. The union's ties to organized crime, particularly in the 1950s and 1960s, led to a pair of congressional investigations. Four of the last eight Teamsters presidents have been indicted. There have been 43 guilty pleas and 22 officials sentenced for various crimes. [. . .] More than 300 allegations of threatening statements have been filed with the National Labor Relations Board against the Teamsters and its locals along with more than 200 allegations of coercion.





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John Holdren

Obama's Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology, Policy Assistant to the President for Science and Technology, Co-Chair of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, U.S. Science Czar.
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"An abortion is clearly preferable to adding a child to an overburdened family or an overburdened society, where the chances that it will realize its full potentialities are slight."

As stated in a book he co-authored titled Human Ecology: Problems and Solutions.
Source: "When Is a Human a 'Human Being'? Ask Obama's Science Adviser," by Terence P. Jeffrey, Human Events, August 3, 2009, page 8.
Posted here: May 24, 2010.


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Comment: In the book EcoScience, co-authored in 1977 with John Holdren and his close colleagues Paul Ehrlich and Anne Ehrlich, he wrote, "Women could be forced to abort. The population could be chemically sterilized by contaminating water or food supplies. Babies of single mothers and teen mothers should be seized and given to couples. Those who 'contribute to social deterioration' can be sterilized or forced to have abortions. A transnational 'Planetary Regime' should assume control of the world's economy and dictate the most intimate details of Americans' lives, using an armed international police force." (Source.) This is the man Obama has selected as policy advisor and Science Czar. Yes, we should be very afraid.



John Holdren


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"The fetus, given the opportunity to develop properly before birth, and given the essential early socializing experiences and sufficient nourishing food during the crucial early years after birth, will ultimately develop into a human being."

Stated in his textbook titled Human Ecology: Problems and Solutions.
Source: "Humans and Holdren," by Teddy James, American Family Association Journal, August 2010, page 20.
Posted here: August 23, 2009.


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Comment: "Ultimately develop into a human being?" What is the baby in the meantime? A rat" Or a pig? Or a monkey?
Holdren also states in the book, "Indeed, it has been concluded that compulsory population-control laws, even including laws requiring compulsory abortion, could be sustained under the existing Constitution if the population crisis became sufficiently severe to endanger the society." And who do you suppose would determine if a crisis becomes "sufficiently severe?" Why, former Harvard professor John Holdren, of course.


John Holdren


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"A massive campaign must be launched to . . . de-develop the United States . . . bringing our economic system (especially patterns of consumption) into line with the realities of ecology and the global resource situation. . . . [Economists] must design a stable, low-consumption economy in which there is a much more equitable [re]distribution of wealth."

Said in a video interview during the week of September 16, 2010.
Source: Manmade 'Climate Disruption' -- the Hype and Reality
Posted here: June 2, 2014.


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Comment: The article states: "This agenda translates into greater government control over energy production and use, job creation and economic growth, and people's lives, livelihoods, living standards, liberties, health and welfare. It means fewer opportunities and lower standards of living for poor and middle class working Americans. It means greater power and control for politicians, bureaucrats, activists and judges -- but with little or no accountability for mistakes made, damage done or penalties deliberately exacted on innocent people."



John Holdren


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"A growing body of evidence suggests that the kind of extreme cold being experienced by much of the United States as we speak is a pattern that we can expect to see with increasing frequency as global warming continues."

Said in a video posted on WhiteHouse.gov titled, "The Polar Vortex: Explained in 2 Minutes."
Source: "White House Keeping These Global Warming Documents out of the Sunlight." on TheBlaze website.
Posted here: November 17, 2014.


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Comment: And no doubt the sun is what's keeping everything so dark, and rain is what's keeping everything so dry, and food is what's making people starve, and . . . I think we've just proven that ideology can turn someone into an utter idiot.