Swimming

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“Lil’ Lady RaRa” (hereinafter referred to by her legal name, Ms. Eugenia Glover) has been an inconsistent dues paying member of our union since 2003. She is a DJ, voiceover artist, mime, program host and former news editor (self described on her website as “the Hottest Host in the Galaxy”). Ms. Glover worked at FOX News from 1999 – 2005. She was working as a news editor on the FOX News show, “The O'Reilly Factor hosted by Bill O’Reilly” in May of 2005. On the show on the evening of May 10, 2005, there was a segment of an interview with guest, Courtney Anderson (http://www.billoreilly.com/show?action=viewTVShow&showID=265). The interview included a discussion of laws regarding child abuse laws in Texas and the newspaper, the Houston Chronicle. The host, Bill O’Reilly, made comments on the air that resulted in the Houston Chronicle newspaper writing and publishing an Editorial Journal on May 12, 2005 entitled, “Editorial Journal: The No Facts Zone.” It stated in part,
“O'Reilly claims his show is free of spin. Spin is when someone casts the facts in such a light as to reinforce his argument and weaken his opponent's. What O'Reilly did was to disregard the facts altogether, even going so far as to attribute to the Chronicle words and views it did not print and does not espouse. That's not spin; it's misrepresentation that is unprofessional, unwarranted and injurious to the public debate about a serious and urgent issue: protecting children from predators.” (Gibbons,…...

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