As much as I'm turned off my Bill O'Reilly's glinty stares and hard nose ways of expressing himself, I have to admit that he's been a maverick in broadcast journalism. I remember when I read some snippets about Jessie Jackson's antics but nothing was reported beyond the surface. It was Bill O'Reilly who dared to challenge the actions of this man. And with Bill Clinton, O'Reilly was outraged while mainstream media just chuckled nervously as if Clinton's behavior was normal and moral. These are just 2 of the characters Bill targets in this, his second, book. Interesting book overall, especially by a man who isn't afraid of taking on the powerful and famous.
I don't agree with much of what O'Reilly has to say, but he is very funny about it, very entertaining.
Whether you agree or disagree with O'Reilly, love him or hate him, the time spent reading this book is time well spent. Bill O'Reilly forces you to THINK about the important, hot button issues that we all face in today's world.
I enjoy O'Reilly's radio and TV show. This was just more of the same in print format, nothing new here. I'll spend my time reading fun fiction and keep up with Bill from here on out with my radio.