I was on Bill O’Reilly twice—on the show, not the man, a clarification that apparently needs to be made these days. In fact, O’Reilly never sexually harassed me. But his viewers did.
On Monday evening, bloviating sexual assailant Bill O’Reilly returned to the public for the first time since his ejection from Fox News. On a free edition of No Spin News—generally reserved for premium members of his website—he performed martyrdom with demure pomposity. And the show, by the way, was extremely boring.
A New York State judge ejected an attorney for Gizmodo Media Group, which owns Jezebel, from his courtroom last week as she was seeking access to Bill O’Reilly’s $10 million lawsuit against his ex-wife, which is currently under seal at the Fox News anchor’s request. The ouster occurred just a week before the…
More than a week after The O’Reilly Factor aired a bad and racist man-on-street video shot in Chinatown, the show’s executive producer has agreed to have a productive chat with members of the Asian American Journalists Association.
Even though Casey Anthony was acquitted of murdering her daughter by a Florida jury last week, Nancy Grace's post-verdict coverage on HLN has remained bombastically biased against her, causing many to wonder if Grace had finally crossed the line. She certainly didn't do much to placate her critics with an appearance…
On tonight's Factor, Bill O'Reilly gave a "Reality Check" to Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi for refusing to appear on his show. O'Reilly also played footage of his ambush-happy producer, Jesse Watters, confronting the dumbfounded Jersey Shore star at a book signing.
During a chat between Sarah Palin and Bill O'Reilly tonight, O'Reilly commented on Tea Party candidates, like New Hampshire's Ovide Lamontagne. Unfortunately, after O'Reilly couldn't remember Lamontagne's name and asked Palin for help, she too appeared stumped. Awkward video, inside.