Welp! The man never said he wasn't controversial!
Bill O'Reilly has a lot of opinions and yeah, we know a little something about that, ha! But when it comes to Whitney Houston's death, his opinion might not be super easy to take… but definitely interesting and something for discussion!
He feels Whitney wanted to die, and here's why:
So much for all those brownie points he scored with us for defending Ellen!
Listening to this man try to justify his blatant disregard for equal rights and disgusting bigotry is truly nauseating.
After the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued its ruling yesterday that the 2008 ban on gay marriage in California "serves no purpose, and has no effect, other than to lessen the status and human dignity of gays and lesbians in California," and was therefore unconstitutional, Bill O'Reilly essentially took to his show last night to cry, stomp his feet and call the ruling "judicial activism!"
Check out the sickening clip (above)!
Oh that's right! Because it's justice until the court system rules something with which you disagree - then it's just activism!
Frankly, his behavior is, if nothing else, just completely embarrassing, and if he thinks anyone with a brain in their heads is fooled into the thinking that the nonsense he's spewing is an actual, educated argument and not hiding his obvious hatred for the LGBT community, then he's dumber than we thought he was - which is truly a feat in itself!
Maybe you should spend less time worrying about the state of marriage in America today and more on why your own failed!
We are truly impressed!!
Bill O'Reilly did a very admirable thing Monday when he defended Ellen DeGeneres amidst the hatred spewed from One Million Moms.
The organization wishes to boycott JC Penney as long as Ellen is their spokesperson because she's gay.
And when a woman tries to make a case for OMM, Bill rebuts with:
This should be veeeeery interesting!
After pursuing him for fifteen years now, Fox News' Bill O'Reilly has FINALLY landed an interview with former President Bill Clinton!
Bill 1 and Bill 2 are set to discuss a bunch of hot topics on the show,
Looks like we'll have a new reason to watch FX after American Horror Story is done for the season…
FX has JUST closed a deal with Russell Brand for "six half-hour installments of an unscripted late night series," which is currently untitled and scheduled to debut in Spring 2012.
According to the press release, the show will feature the following:
Barbara Walters appeared on Bill O'Reilly's show last night, and apparently, took quite a bit of issue with her inclusion of the Kardashian family on her most fascinating people of 2011!
Check out his comments on the reality family (above)!
We'd certainly have to argue ourselves that there is a big difference between being overexposed and 'fascinating,' Babs!
But hey! What do U think??
Team Babs or Team Bill?
Yet another indicator that the Cain train might stop chugging.
Yesterday, Herman Cain said that it was time to "reassess things" during a conference call, even though he had just told Wolf Blitzer that he'd still be running for President despite the newest affair claim.
Now, Cain has cancelled a private dinner with high profile TV personalities including Barbara Walters, Matt Lauer, and Bill O'Reilly. Yeah, he's definitely on his way out.
According to news station NY1, Cain WAS going to have New York Post's Cindy Adams host the dinner at her Park Avenue apartment, but