The No Spin Zone

 Posted by on 30 March 2002 at 11:17 am  Uncategorized
Mar 302002

I wrote this review last week, but forgot to post it. Oops.

I was a rather disappointed with Bill O’Reilly’s latest book The No Spin Zone. As a fan of The O’Reilly Factor for the past few years, most of the interviews and issues were old hat to me. (In contrast, O’Reilly’s earlier book, the semi-memoir The O’Reilly Factor, was a far more interesting read.) Both O’Reilly’s greatest faults and strengths shine though in this new book. His anti-conceptualism is apparent in his contradictory ideas, like his stance on drugs versus alcohol. But the honesty, forthrightness, and dogged pursuit of the truth that make his show worth watching are also evident. So here’s my advice: For those who are already failiar with O’Reilly’s show, don’t bother with this book. For those that are not, don’t bother with this book either — but do check out his show instead.

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