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Wed Aug 27, 2003

more O'Reilly Factor

from the New Yorker - Talk of the Town

...O’Reilly, of course, is the commentator known for shouting “Shut up!” at those with whom he disagrees—such as Jeremy Glick, the son of a World Trade Center victim, who, on “The O’Reilly Factor” in February, questioned the U.S. decision to wage war in Afghanistan (“Get out of my studio before I tear you to fucking pieces!” Glick recalls O’Reilly shouting after the microphones were turned off), or, indeed, Al Franken, in a memorable televised exchange at the Los Angeles Book Exposition, in May...

Moral Citizen: evil-barry on Aug 27, 03 | 12:31 pm | Profile

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