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There has never been any love lost between the Right Rev. Al Sharpton and Fox News' super “Anchor man” Bill O'Reilly. Over the years, these two have sparred back and forth on any number of various and sundry
Brown has continued to enjoy a high public profile since losing his reelection bid last year and announcing he would not seek the seat that opened when John Kerry became secretary of state. Last month, he joined a Boston law firm and has popped up
Chris Hayes announced he's watched Bill O'Reilly very, very, very little...I'm positive I have never watched an hour of the O'Reilly show. I genuinely don't think of myself as in competition with Bill O'Reilly...I do not think I've ever sat and
Even the slogan Lean Forward is just a way of saying lean left. Those short ads they do just announce that they're now basically an ideological entity, and I think what they have on CNN and Fox is basically right: roughly half news and half opinion.
Last week, I posted about some ugly trolling by The O'Reilly Factor of openly gay Colorado House Speaker Mark Ferrandino. O'Reilly's Jesse Watters ambushed Ferrandino and questioned his opposition to "Jessica's Law", which imposes excessive mandatory
Fox News host Bill O'Reilly started yelling at guest Alan Colmes earlier this week when discussing President Obama and budget cuts. It was an odd development that points to deeper issues. Washington Veteran Fox News host Bill O'Reilly had a real
Mar 6, 2013 O'Reilly Factor host Bill O'Reilly is known for sometimes throwing vitriolic and angry tantrums on his program, but his rage reached a new level on Tuesday night when he erupted at liberal guest Alan Colmes. The Fox News host became
February 10, 2013 You must have been Mother Teresa in a former life to have so much good karma in this one. I was talking to Bill O'Reilly, cable-news phenom, mega best-selling author and, if things continue going in this direction, TV movie mogul.
The confirmation hearing of John BrennanPresident Obama's nominee to head the Central Intelligence Agencywas repeatedly interrupted by protesters angry over the CIA's use of drone strikes that have killed an unknown number of innocent civilians.
More and more, Fox News's left-leaning contributor Kirsten Powers is becoming a must-see analyst on the network. Personal Story segment tonight: New study out of George Washington University says that liberal people using the internet are less