From the bestselling author of Killing Lincoln and host of Fox News' top show The O'Reilly Factor, the best of Bill O’Reilly’s provocative writing—reflecting his ideas, wisdom, and core values
Bill O’Reilly is one of the most recognized and talked-about journalists of our time. With an unparalleled track record as an author and with the #1-rated Fox News show, The O’Reilly Factor, O’Reilly has become a veritable institution of political insight and keen advice. In Keep It Pithy, O’Reilly offers a classic collection of the most memorable writings from his bestselling books, and looks back at how his opinions and ideas have been proven right or wrong by the passage of time. With his trademark candor and no-nonsense approach, each chapter focuses on a core theme as it gathers O’Reilly’s thoughts on the most compelling issues of our time and provides readers an illuminating guide to the American cultural landscape.
A spirited and personal book, Keep It Pithy is the perfect addition to an O’Reilly fan’s library, or the best introduction for the few left uninitiated.
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keep It Pithy
I am a retired senior military man. I am politically an Independent.
I despise liars, cheaters, and thieves. Which is why I have little faith in career politicians.
I have followed Bill O'Reilly since His TV debut and rarely miss an episode of The Factor.
What does all of this "I" stuff have to do with this book? Everything. This book is the real Bill O'Reilly.
Read it- no, study it. If you only strive to do practice the values clearly laid out in this little book of life, you are way ahead of the SP pinheads.
Thanks for this ride Bill, it's been a blast so far.
Colonel, US Army, Retired
Laguna Vista, TX
read it--no, study it.
No facts to back up his fascist views.
Hitler is down below smiling thinking how the United States has produced such narrow minded individuals such as O'Reilly.... AKA far right wing dictator wannabe!
Pretty much what you would expect
If you watch the O'Reilly factor and have paid attention to his Talking Points of the last few years, then you already have "read" this book and you can save the $10. If not, it's worth a read. It's a fast read with a lot of insightful thoughts. But the best I can says is it's not bad.