Archive for the ‘bill o’reilly’ Category

bill o’reilly goes to bat

Thursday, October 21st, 2010

bill o’reilly and roger ailes go to bat for juan williams after his outster from the u.s. radio network, n.p.r. juan was taken to task by the station for making what his superiors believed to be an inappropriate comment. the specifics of which have been thoroughly explored over the past day and a half.

and as we here don’t simply express an opinion but dress down opinions, we’re here to talk about juan williams’ expanded role with fox news. now everyone knows that for most people working at or even listening to npr is more a labour of love than anything else. or a labour of hate – depending on which side of the political spectrum you fall under.

in juan williams’ expanded role with the rupert murdoch network, williams will sit in for bill o’reilly once-a-week and do a back-and-forth with him a la glenn beck once-a-week. guess juan just made out like a bandit.

we at a blog about whatever believer npr provides a lot of quality programming and offers listeners an alternative resource for news that fills avoid. its always good to have a variety of POVs on the airwaves. the ceo of npr defends her POV regarding the juan william situation. you can watch her interview here.


bill o'reilly vs. michael jackson

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

time magazine cindy mccain link leads to barack obama

Saturday, September 6th, 2008

click on this link for cindy mccain on ‘the view’ and it will lead you to the barack obama/bill o’reilly fox interview.

edit (oct 21): on september 6, the link led to the obama/o’reilly interview. now it leads to a video by a comedian talking about barack obama.

hillary says god bless rich people

Friday, May 2nd, 2008

i have a soft place in my heart for bill o’reilly. i think rupert murdoch and foxnews saw an opening in the market and filled the vacuum. sometimes he makes valid points and raises interesting questions. but i don’t 100% agree with him or even 80% agree with him, but i think his news program is important for expanding what used to be a one-sided dialogue.

hillary clinton appeared on the ‘no spin zone’ over the course of two days, going head-to-head, so to speak, with o’reilly. it gave her an opportunity to bring up obama’s ex-pastor (who is being given a harder time by the press than any white pastor is ever given. let’s pull quotes from hillary’s minister out of context)

but the most egregious pronouncement of the interview was hillary’s quote ‘rich people. god bless us!’