I saw a billboard on Monday for an upcoming TV movie, Killing Jesus. I assume this is based on the book by Bill O'Reilly as part of his "Killing Famous People in History" series.
Checking around the Internet, I noticed that in conjunction with the TV movie, the book's publisher has put out a press release with a few corrections for the latest paperback edition. According to the company --
Left out of the press release was any mention of who Mr. O'Reilly was able to keep his job, in light of at least several fabrications of his past reports of his personal activity, including supposedly being in danger covering the Falklands War and the L.A. Riots, both since discredited by fellow-colleagues who were there. While NBC suspended their anchor Brian Williams for six months for stories that were inconsistent though at least based on truth, Bill O'Reilly has continued to stay on the air at "Fox News."
However, a Fox spokesperson did release a comment. "Bill O'Reilly has not been suspended for fabricating stories, because he was doing nothing other than following the policy of 'Fox News.'"
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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