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Thursday, April 18, 2019
NO SPIN NEWS
Extensive Mueller Report Analysis with Anthony Scaramucci; U.S. Church Membership on the Decline
Hey BillOReilly.com Premium and Concierge Members, welcome to the No Spin News for Thursday, April 18, 2019. Take your country back.

On tonight's rundown:

-The Mueller report has been released. As expected the media is in a frenzy-the corruption in the American press is amazing.

- Former White House Director Anthony Scaramucci describes his time in the White House and what he observed involving the Special Counsel's investigation.

- Left leaning watchdog group warns of increased violence against journalists worldwide.

-Socialist students call on University of Buffalo to deny former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice a platform to speak-referring to her as a 'war criminal'.

-Mother's and Father's days coming up fast - order 'Killing the SS' and get your choice of 'Old School' or 'Killing Reagan' - FREE!

-Bill's newest history book 'The United States of Trump,' is available for pre-order

Let Bill know what you thought of tonight's show by emailing him at bill@billoreilly.com or by leaving a comment in the PM-only Message Boards.
Thursday, December 28, 2017
THE CONTRIBUTING FACTOR
No Spin News Special: Best of the Mail - Open to ALL
Check out a collection of some our best viewer mail segments from 2017.
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
O'REILLY ON THE RADIO
O'Reilly on Hannity: Bill's New Column, 'Propaganda U'; Release of the Mueller Report
Every Wednesday, Bill O'Reilly joins Sean Hannity to cover the biggest news of the week. On this week's interview, O'Reilly and Hannity discuss college campus craziness centered around 'inclusion' and 'diversity' and the long awaited release of the Mueller report.

The segment opens up with the discuss of Bill O'Reilly's newly released column, 'Propaganda U' where Bill reviews the madness that is happening on college campuses across the country. Starting with the explaining of the very liberal Board of Directors on various college campuses.

In describing these Board of Directors O'Reilly states, "They are very liberal people and they now are demanding two things, inclusion, and that's an interesting word because not everybody is included in inclusion, and diversity. And how they do that? They let their campuses run wild to the far left."

Hannity and O'Reilly trace this movement on college campuses back to the hiring of mostly far left faculty and staff on these campuses.

The conversation then turns to the release of the Mueller report due to the public tomorrow. Will this be the end of the speculation and conspiracy theories on Russian collusion? Not likely. O'Reilly explains at length how the media must proceed once the report is released, it is now all about saving face for the liberal media. They must find a way to justify their misreporting.

The duo conclude the weekly segment discussing the 2020 Democratic candidates and the strength of the field. Is there a candidate at this point in time that can beat Donald Trump? O'Reilly and Hannity agree, there is not.

O'Reilly explains the strength of Donald Trump, adding, "I mean this is a tough guy, Trump's a tough guy. And you can hit him 15 different ways and he doesn't rock. If you're going to beat him and the economy is strong, it is going to tough. The Democrats better have more than the Green New Deal and we want to be socialists."
Thursday, September 27, 2018
AUDIO BOOK SAMPLES
Killing the SS Sample
Thursday, November 5, 2015
PREMIUM MEMBER EVENTS
Killing Reagan Town Hall (November 2015)
On the heels of his most successful book release yet, Bill O'Reilly sits down to take questions about Killing Reagan. (Watch the video)
Thursday, February 26, 2009
THE RADIO FACTOR ARCHIVE
The Radio Factor with Bill O'Reilly (2/26/09)
Hour 1 & 2: The Radio Factor says goodbye