Many of your e-mails dealt with the Newsweek article that falsely accused military interrogators of defacing the Koran. Some excerpts:
Don Galvin, Congers, NY: "I've been saying for a while that the greatest threat to the American people is the media. Its hatred of President Bush outweighs its concern for the American people."
Tom Tauchert, Hawthorne, NJ: "Sir, you were justifiably hard on Newsweek. But I don't believe you came down that hard on President Bush for the WMD error."
Dr. R.J. Golick, Manhattan Beach, CA: "O'Reilly, you were too easy on Newsweek. The magazine has done enormous damage to American-Islamic relations."
Other viewers commented on the segment about Bill Cosby.
Dan Fendel, Sylman, CA: "Bill Cosby is not knocking poor kids for having names like 'Shanika.' He's telling their parents to stop handicapping them with those names and other things that may hurt them."
Marilyn Lindgren, Yorba Linda, CA: "I listened to Cosby speak and he offended many of us. He talked down to us and tried to teach us how to raise our own children. It was insulting."
Elizabeth Lorenz, Plymouth, MI: "I am a teacher in the Detroit school system and totally agree with Cosby. Many of the parents in my school need to hear his message of personal responsibility."