Bill O'Reilly

What Compelled O'Reilly and Williams to Make Up War Stories?
February 26, 2015

When news and entertainment collide...

The GOP Will Regret Overreaching on Bergdahl
June 05, 2014

It's unseemly. It's hypocritical. And it's going to backfire.

Fred Barnes: Fine, We’re The Party Of Whitey
November 16, 2012

Fred Barnes tells the GOP not to be ashamed of its whiteness.

Fox News Resorts to Race-Baiting, and White Boards, on Election Night
November 06, 2012

Fox's Bill O'Reilly's bemoans the fall of "traditional America," and all those voters who dare to "want stuff."

How Conservative Humor Works
May 05, 2011

[Guest post by Isaac Chotiner] In his item below, Jon speculates on why liberals dominate political satire. It's a good question, but it should not obscure the fact that conservatives have their own brand of humor. Take Dennis Miller, who regularly appears on Fox News, and who last night made an appearance on Fox's biggest show, The O'Reilly Factor, to reflect on the death of Osama Bin Laden. O'REILLY: And I did recommend you as a new ambassador for Pakistan. I think that we need to send you there. And you need to be in charge and wise these people up.

Bill O'Reilly and Karl Rove Fail Basic Math
February 16, 2011

[Guest Post by Isaac Chotiner] Earlier this week, Jon wrote an item about this PPP poll of likely Republican primary voters. The survey found that 51% of respondents did not think President Obama was born in the United States, and another 21% were not sure. On his show this evening, Bill O'Reilly expressed his outrage at the pollsters: not only is PPP a Democratic firm, he said, but the survey wasn't large enough to be accurate. His interview guest, who was in full agreement with that analysis, was Karl Rove.

The Tiny Cable News Universe
November 15, 2010

[Guest post by James Downie] Thanks to the midterms, the Stewart-Colbert rally, and Keith Olbermann's suspension, the opinion pages have been filled with columns decrying the partisanship of today's media, and damning both sides of the aisle for relying on partisan sources.

No, Both Sides Don't Pull Breitbarts
July 23, 2010

Greg Sargent makes a smart observation about Andrew Breitbart and his place in the media universe: The conventions of media neutrality apparently require us to keep saying that "both sides do it." But let's drill down on what "it" really is.

July 07, 2010

--Is there really a public consensus on torture? --Taxes are going up, whether you like it or not. --Politicians are becoming wary of new media. --For Bill O'Reilly, caring for the constitution doesn't matter...until it does.