Fox News and its parent company 21st Century Fox spent millions of dollars and more than a decade protecting Bill O’Reilly from allegations that he abused and harassed women, but all at once this week it became enough.
Human moron and CNN personality Don Lemon has a lot to atone for, but his use of "bullshit" on-air tonight while talking to Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter isn't one of them. That didn't stop the drooling idiot from profusely apologizing for saying the word—he was quoting Bill O'Reilly, anyway—on a cable network…
Kentucky head coach John Calipari appeared on The O'Reilly Factor tonight on Fox News, and managed to keep his cool despite a series of leading questions about the ability to maintain discipline in a "coarser" age of "rap stuff," "hip-hop stuff," and "hustlers."
During the early days of disco, young scribe Bill O'Reilly scribed for the Boston Phoenix. His first article was a feature on the director of Deep Throat, giving new resonance to "Fuck it, we'll do it live." [Boston Phoenix]
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Bill O'Reilly loathes Mark Cuban's new film based on the Mahmudiyah killings. Billo: "During World War II, President Roosevelt might have incarcerated Mark Cuban and General Patton would have slapped the tar out of him." Um, OK. [Jen's Free Throws]