On his Fox News show yesterday, pundit Bill O’Reilly suggested to guest, Marc Lamont Hill that President Barack Obama would go on the long running dance program “Soul Train” in an effort to reach out to African American Voters. Soul Train, the longest running show in television history known for its dance lines and urban […]
Rev. Al Sharpton slammed Fox News personality Bill O’Reilly earlier this week after O’Reilly wondered why Sharpton, Jackson or other Civil Rights leaders had failed to come to the defense of Republican presidential candidate, Herman Cain. Last week, O’Reilly said that, had Cain been a liberal, the two men would be rushing to his defense. See […]
Sexual harassment cases happen all the time at the work place. In most cases, they go unknown to the public. But when a celebrity or politician is involved in a sexual harassment case, it often turns into a media circus. Here are our top five most notable sexual harassment cases. See Also: Kurt Cobain Accepts […]
Bill O’Reilly had Tavis Smiley and Cornel West on his show on Tuesday and the group engaged in a heated discussion over the causes of poverty and the “Occupy Wall Street” movement. O’Reilly believes that people bare a personal responsibility for their own poverty, while West and Smiley argued about the government factors that contribute […]
Juan Williams accused National Public Radio of stifling free speech as he sat down with Bill O’Reilly on Monday for a candid interview about his new book, “Muzzled: The Assault on Honest Debate.” NPR fired Williams last year for comments he made about Muslims on Fox News. “They would label you as a bad guy […]
Bill O’Reilly slammed the media describing Anders Behring-Breivik, the man who confessed to committing the massive killings in Norway, as a Christian because such a thing is “impossible.” O’Reilly criticized the New York Times for calling Breivik a “Christian terrorist” in an article. Breivik described himself as a Christian, as did the Norwegian police. Nonetheless, […]
Daytime hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar walked off their daytime show "The View" after Bill O'Reilly indicated that the Fox News Channel majority shareholder funded lower Manhattan community center should not be built because "Muslims killed us on 9/11".