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(no subject) [Nov. 25th, 2009|10:51 am]
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(no subject) [May. 14th, 2009|04:42 pm]
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Bill O'Reilly hasn't always been against gay marriage?

Well skin me alive and call me luggage!
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(no subject) [Mar. 3rd, 2009|09:27 am]
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Bill O'Reilly headlines a fundraiser for rape victims, remains misogynistic and callous while doing so.


Thank you to dustedspotless for the heads-up and kickass write-up.
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An historic day, for realz... [Feb. 26th, 2009|11:24 am]
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Thursday, February 26, 2009

Today on The Radio Factor...

Hour 1 & 2:
The Radio Factor says goodbye
We're sad to say it, but the last installment of The Radio Factor is here. We will play you some of our favorite clips from past shows selected by your humble correspondent himself, and we'll look forward to a world without the Radio Factor. Join in for all of the goodbyes as we bid farewell to the No Spin Zone of the radio waves!


That's right y'all, this is Bill's last radio harrah. If you're bored and feel like listening, here's the radio factor's site. Please let us all know how awesome it was.
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The Factor is LIVE tonight at 9 PM ET! [Feb. 9th, 2009|05:50 pm]
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February 9, 2009
Don't miss a special LIVE edition of The O'Reilly Factor, tonight at 9 PM Eastern, following President Obama's television address. We'll be live with the best analysis on television!
Posted by BillOReilly.com Staff at 12:08 PM
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(no subject) [Feb. 7th, 2009|03:50 pm]
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Eight is More Than Enough
By Bill O'Reilly for BillOReilly.com
Thursday, Feb 05, 2009

The stunning announcement that a California woman had given birth to eight babies, octuplets, was greeted warmly in some circles. The birthing doctors were all smiles and the media was hyping the "human interest" part of the story. Eight babies! Wow!

But behind the high-fives lies a very troubling situation. This may be child abuse at the highest level.

Here are the facts: The mother, Nadya Suleman, is a 33-year-old single mom already raising six young children in the small home of her parents. Nadya is a health care worker who, according to her mother, became pregnant with all the children through in-vitro fertilization.

But six was not enough for Nadya, so last spring she allowed multiple embryos to be implanted in her womb and, subsequently, the octuplets were born on January 26th.

In Great Britain, Nadya and her doctor would be under arrest. There, the law permits only two embryo implants at a time. But in California, there are no rules at all. Fertility clinics and the doctors who make big money from them can do anything they want.

So, now, Nadya has eight new babies, all of whom weigh less than three pounds. The littlest is about a pound and a half. Doctors say there is a strong likelihood that some, if not all, of the babies will experience major health problems growing up.

When the babies finally leave the hospital in suburban Los Angeles, they will be taken to a three bedroom house in Whittier, California. Seventeen human beings will be living in that house. Eight babies will have to be fed, washed, and cared for around the clock almost simultaneously.

Who will pay for that? Chances are the taxpayers. Nadya has little money and her parents filed for bankruptcy. By the way, the hospital bill for the octuplets and mom is estimated to be around $1.3 million.

But Nadya seems to have a plan. She has hired a "spokesperson," a woman named Joann Killeen. Joann has been running around various TV shows telling the world what a great person and mother Nadya is, and what a joy she is to be around. When asked if the mother of the year wants major money to tell her story, Ms. Killeen dodges and weaves.

This is child abuse of the worst kind and few seem to care. The taxpayers will wind up paying for much of Nadya's irresponsibility, and the fourteen children will pay an enormous price... just wait and see.

Meantime, a callous media and a largely apathetic state medical system will watch to see whether it will be Oprah or Barbara or Katie to give the babies their first TV starring roles.

America is a great country. This is the worst of it.
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I just love Colbert.... [Jan. 29th, 2009|10:55 am]
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Hopefully it works. There should be more of this, showing what a douche he is. Every time he does a report, I'd like to see this done with it.
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Things Bill O'Reilly Learned in 2008 [Jan. 2nd, 2009|07:45 am]
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By Bill O'Reilly for BillOReilly.com
Wednesday, Dec 31, 2008

Tough year, 2008. Many Americans got badly hurt by the economic chaos which hit them like a back alley mugger. What a disgrace. Wall Street hustlers gamed the system by trafficking in bad loans while Congress and the Securities and Exchange Commission looked the other way. Awful.

So, I learned a painful lesson from all that: Big Brother is not watching out for us. Orwell had it wrong. We are pretty much on our own, as the federal government simply cannot or will not protect the folks from danger. Never again will I assume the feds are looking out for me.

I understand that sounds cynical. And I do believe that the Bush administration did apply very tough policies that made it much more difficult for terrorists to attack us. But on the homefront, federal and state governments continue to tax workers to the max while wasting much of the revenue on foolish projects designed to get politicians votes. If this continues, it is only a matter of time before America's economy completely tanks.

But many Americans, perhaps most, have not learned that lesson. They still believe the federal government should "provide" for them. President Obama has promised many things, most of them expensive. Of course, the United States does not have the money to pay for those things... just like many home buyers did not have the money to pay their mortgages. I hope Obama has learned from that. If he has not, duck.

The past year also taught me that the media can no longer be trusted. This has been developing for a long time, but media bias reached critical mass during the presidential campaign. Many in the press slanted their reporting to help Barack Obama; every independent study shows that. And all you have to do is compare the treatment Obama received to how the media portrayed Sarah Palin. That's all you have to do.

So, the lesson here is clear: No longer can the American media be relied upon to bring us fact-based information. The news media has entered the ideology business, much like talk radio. This will greatly harm the nation, as unbiased information is critical for an informed citizenry. The collapse of journalistic standards was a huge but largely untold story in 2008.

Finally, I learned last year that, despite the terrible economy, Americans continue to be a generous people. My website has been able to donate hundreds of thousands of dollars to help poor children, wounded vets and their families, and the homeless. We were able to do this because folks bought stuff on the site knowing the money they spent would flow to the less fortunate.

That's a big positive story of 2008. Despite the cruel economic blows, the generous spirit of Americans remains intact.


So politicians, the government, and the media are not to be trusted? You've blown my mind, Bill. Also, while it's a lovely thought that people purchased items from the O'Reilly online pithy boutique so that their money can go to charity, we all know that's not how it really works. How much of the proceeds actually "flow to the less fortunate"? I wasn't able to find that information on the webpage, so I'm guessing other shoppers couldn't either. If they really wanted to make a difference, they would donate directly to charities, either monetarily or by volunteering their time and energy. Unlike dear Bill, I'm not giving his listeners and readers that much credit. They bought his "No Pinheads" shirts and doormats for themselves, not to help the less fortunate.

Happy new year, y'all. January 20th cannot come quickly enough.
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(no subject) [Dec. 8th, 2008|01:10 pm]
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How much do you want to bet our Bill stole the sign?
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Jesus vs. the Atheists [Dec. 5th, 2008|08:15 am]
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By Bill O'Reilly for BillOReilly.com
Thursday, December 4, 2008

Just in time for the Christmas season, the Governor of Washington State, Christine Gregoire, has insulted Christians all over the world. Inside the state capitol building in Olympia, there is a traditional holiday display featuring a tree and the Nativity scene-perfectly appropriate since the Christmas federal and state holiday celebrates the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem.

But this year, Governor Gregoire decided to add another item to the display. Standing alongside the baby Jesus is a giant placard designed by atheists that reads, "There are no gods, no devils, no angels, no heaven or hell. There is only our natural world. Religion is but myth and superstition that hardens hearts and enslaves minds."

You read that correctly. The governor of Washington State has permitted an attack on religion to be displayed in her office building as part of a Christmas presentation.

Now, even the producers of 'The Twilight Zone' would have rejected this script as being too far-fetched. Governor Gregoire's behavior is offensive, insulting to all people of faith, and totally incomprehensible.

Unless you know what's going on in Washington State.

Seattle now rivals San Francisco for secular-progressive nuttiness. The city fathers are allowing public nakedness in city parks, nude bike riding, and in Fremont, a Seattle suburb, they actually put up a statue honoring Lenin, the father of communism.

Some on the Seattle school board actually supported denigrating Thanksgiving by teaching children about the atrocities against Native Americans by the Pilgrims.

In addition, Washington State voters have passed assisted suicide, and the state gives out free birth control pills, including the "morning after" pill.

On the quality-of-life front, the streets of Seattle are full of homeless people, but they don't have to be out in the rain. The city will pay to house alcoholics and drug addicts if they want it. They can actually get free furnished apartments. Taxpayers, of course, pick up the tab.

Outside of the Seattle area, Washington State is fairly conservative. But the big city population base rules, and far-left zealots are running wild. However, they may have overstepped on this Christmas deal.

I believe that most Americans, even those living in far-left enclaves, respect uplifting traditions like Christmas where peace and love are the theme of the great day. Calling religion "enslaving" doesn't exactly fit into the peace and love scenario, does it? Can't we all just get along for a few weeks in December?

The answer to that question is "no." Not in Washington State, where the governor believes a few nuts have a legal right to run down the Christmas tradition in the lobby of the capitol building. At this point, there is little left to say except this: Where are the wise men when you need them?


So, how do y'all feel about this?

PS - Thanks Bill, now I want to move to Seattle.
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