Women deserve a workplace where men don't harass them for sex. But that's what these sanctimonious liberal journalists care about. It just doesn't matter how brutal the alleged rape of Juanita Broaddrick was. What matters is that Bill O'Reilly had to go. Bill Clinton is laughing.
The new Fox will have its teeth pulled, and a set of not-so-sharp choppers put in place. This would be the dream come true for the elite media. Rupert Murdoch has built an empire of such size, wealth and power that it will take his sons, with a talent for spending Daddy’s money, a considerable period of time to cut it to the size of CNN or MSNBC, and irrelevance. While it lasted, Fox reduced the odds and made the media fight fair and almost even.
Bill O’Reilly was not the most conservative host on Fox News, but that misses the more fundamental fact of O’Reilly’s centrism. It explains O’Reilly’s appeal — and also explains why he was often criticized by conservatives, and often scolded them in return. He was the elusive center. Of course, to acknowledge that would be to devalue the media’s scalp in this case — and to admit the media’s own bias, which they prefer to ignore.
The timing of the attacks on O'Reilly -- who everyone knew for years was not a saint, sort of like Bill Clinton and half the stars in Hollywood we hear pontificating on a daily basis -- is also far from coincidental. O'Reilly, although he pretended to even-handedness (no journalist is), was one of Trump's most staunch defenders in the media, arguably his most powerful one. For the "Resistance," he had to go.
To the Soros-funded Far-Left “white” does not mean a person of the Caucasian race. “White” in radical construction means anyone of any race, creed, nationality, color, sex, or sexual preference who embraces the beliefs, such as capitalism and American exceptionalism, which to the radical Left are irredeemably evil and anyone who aligns with them is “white” in spirit and thus guilty of “white crimes.”
Sarah Palin came out swinging against her Fox News colleague Bill O’Reilly, ripping the popular host for not taking her latest flirtation with a presidential bid seriously.
Glenn Beck took on Common Core State Standards on “The O’Reilly Factor,” arguing that it’s all about “control” and forcing students to “conform.” “You always talk about a culture war, and that’s really what Common Core is about.
Suggestions from O’Reilly and others who are not part of the Repub. base really fall on deaf ears because even though his show is called the Factor, his musings are really not a factor when it comes to the direction of the Party he doesn’t identify with.
George Will zinged the media’s duplicity in how they have approached the IRS scandal versus past major scandals when a Repub. was President, a lack of interest Obama recognizes and, “hence, his sense of weariness and boredom as he discussed this with Bill O’Reilly.”
Bill O’Reilly says Obama’s heart is in the right place and that he’s not trying to actually hurt people like the ‘hard right’ believes.
Obama again denied any wrongdoing by the IRS over their targeting of conservative tea party groups, telling Bill O’Reilly there was “not even a smidgen of corruption” in the way the tax enforcer processed tea partiers’ 501(c)4 paperwork.
Chris Christie supporter Bill O'Reilly hosted Bernie Goldberg, who trashed the Tea Party and addressed what he believes is a “potentially fatal split” in the GOP’s immediate future.
Bill O'Reilly tried to condescend to Tea Party Express's Amy Kremer over her support for defunding Obamacare by bringing up the stale opinions of failed GOP consultants Karl Rove and Brad Blakeman.