Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Bill O'Reilly's Podcast


I decided to support Bill O'Reilly further and became a premium Member of billoreilly.com. I already have many of his books, autographed as well, but my membership allowed me one free book (I chose Killing the Rising Sun) and to listen to the podcasts for free.

Last night was his first podcast since he returned from his vacation and getting the hatchet. It was just like listening to him on Fox. Regarding his departure from Fox, he said.
“I am sad that I’m not on television anymore. I was very surprised how it all turned out,” said O’Reilly on his “No Spin News” podcast on BillOReilly.com, speaking publicly for the first time since his relationship with Fox News ended last week.
“I can’t say a lot, because there’s much stuff going on right now.”

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe you should think about contributing to a Women in Distress shelter instead.

I don't need to contribute to the income of a guy who dragged his wife down the stairs by her neck.

Oh, yes he did.

Reported by the Washington Times, no less: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/mar/2/bill-oreilly-loses-custody-of-his-children/

Lynn Anderson said...


Bill O'Reilly is a journalist and an author, a Harvard graduate and very smart...that's all I'm interested in, not the divorce allegations of an ex-wife, etc. He denies it, so?
So, maybe you should think about minding your own business as to what I should or should not do and not be so judgmental?

Anonymous said...

Now it will come out that the females lied or exaggerated, look at Megan Kelly she's a has been. The number one place for lies is divorce when money is at stake. At least no one is claiming to have been physically harmed unlike in the cases against the Clintons. Carry on with the truth, Mr O'Reilly.

Anonymous said...

7:20. Same ridiculous MM.O that the desperate libs always use- When confronted with something you don't understand or don't like-Don't comment on the topic at hand or ask an intelligent question like"Did Mr. Oreilley have something new to say that would defend his position?"
Blurt out something totally unrelated.Hey 7:20,why don't you go over to Germany and see what really happened to millions of Jewish people? Why are you so obviously a hater and a racist???

Anonymous said...

Men in powerful positions always have attracted gotten in trouble because there have always been women attracted to that power. Look at rock stars, athletes, broadcasters and "rich guys". Women throw themselves at them and so they think that is alright and that every woman should throw themselves at them.

There are examples of virtuosity; a most recent example is what the press reported on the Vice-President always wanting his wife with him and that he would never go to lunch alone with a female. Wouldn't be prudent.

Temptation is out there. How many women DID sleep with Ailes and O'Reilly and Clinton and...... to get ahead? Statistically.......

Anonymous said...

There was one such "powerful" woman on the Sunday Morning program, the filmmaker who said she slept with all her bosses back in the day and she enjoyed it, their wives didn't like this "feminist" I'm sure, but I appreciate her honesty.

Lynn Anderson said...

Hey anonymous--you know, the one who continues to harrass me on my own blog. All I do is delete your crap.