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Mr. O'Reilly is host of the Fox News show "The O'Reilly Factor" and author of "Who's Looking Out for You?"
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  • O'Reilly: California Dreamin'

    O’Reilly: California Dreamin’

    Life is sweet — or at least they want you to think it is.

  • O'Reilly: The big con

    O’Reilly: The big con

    Three cheers for Obama’s effort at social engineering.

  • O'Reilly: Rockin' in the free world

    O’Reilly: Rockin’ in the free world

    The talent is still there.

  • O'Reilly: Born on the Bayou

    O’Reilly: Born on the Bayou

    Roland Torres wants you to know a few things.

  • O'Reilly: We're going to pump you up

    O’Reilly: We’re going to pump you up

    … With the liberalism that is.

  • O'Reilly: Just say yes

    O’Reilly: Just say yes

    the truth is that legalized pot creates massive unintended consequences.

  • O’Reilly: Freedom lost

    If you see Kris Kristofferson around, please tell him thanks for writing the line “freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose.”

  • O’Reilly: Happy Holidays, Saudi Arabia

    Because of that ongoing angst, and because I am still in the Christmas spirit, I offer some travel tips to the anti-Christmas crew in preparation for this December.

  • Semper Fi, unless it’s not convenient

    Jon Hammar saw combat in Iraq and Afghanistan, but his most brutal foreign experience was in Mexico. Last August, the 27-year-old former Marine corporal was incarcerated by Mexican authorities.

  • O'Reilly: What happens in Vegas

    O’Reilly: What happens in Vegas

    When the sun comes up, Las Vegas speaks directly to the recession. Half-completed buildings loom over the landscape like giant steel skeletons.

  • How 007 changed with the times

    How 007 changed with the times

    If you really want to understand the vast changes that have occurred in America over the past 50 years, all you have to do is watch James Bond.

  • Are we Puritans?

    Are we Puritans?

    With Thanksgiving fast approaching, it is time to talk about Puritans — but not the crew who fled England for the New World and established the Massachusetts Bay Colony back in the 17th century.

  • Sandy's lessons

    Sandy’s lessons

    First: No government agency can help you when disaster strikes. Any assistance will be after the fact and painstakingly slow.

  • Are the TV anchors rooting for President Obama?

    The evidence is overwhelming that the folks who deliver the news to the nation are sympathetic to liberal causes, and that obviously favors the incumbent president.

  • Missed opportunities

    Here’s the good news for Mitt Romney: In the first two debates, he established himself as President Barack Obama’s equal on the events of the day.

  • The Obama challenge

    President Obama is in trouble. Poll after poll shows Mitt Romney gaining ground almost everywhere, and Gallup even has the governor ahead by two points nationally.

  • The debate report card

    You know there’s trouble on the left when the MSNBC people declare Mitt Romney the winner in the first presidential debate.

  • Caught in the net

    The world’s growing addiction to high tech is doing two pernicious things: sapping ambition and fostering escapism.

  • Losing your religion

    On Jan. 8, 1962, President John F. Kennedy wrote a letter celebrating the work of James Cardinal Gibbons, who died in 1921.

  • Left behind

    If Obama goes down, so does the liberal movement in America, which has made great strides over the past three and a half years.