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Liberal Mole in Fox News Is Publishing A Book

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  • Center Left
    Denton, TX
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    Imagine you have to keep all of your political views a secret is order to keep your job at the most unfair and unbalanced news outlet in the world. That is what Joe Muto did for 8 years at Fox News. He was a producer for the O'Reiley Factor and is about to publish a book.

    Here is an awesome excerpt from the book

    The excerpt is a raw look at Bill O'Reily and how he goes about his day. It's a good read.

    I look forward to getting this when it comes out.
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    A peek behind the curtain? Almost. I wonder when an executive is going to die and we find out he left a tell book that could only be published post death due to non disclosure rules.
  • Liberal
    Durham, NH
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    I can't wait for the full book!
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    It should be an interesting book (the one written by a mole in Fox News). I'm looking forward to reading it.

    By the way, I took a few glances at Bill O'Reilly's book "Killing Kennedy" which is going to be made into some kind of movie or TV show, (not sure what). But without reading the whole book (or even half of it) I saw so MANY LIES and errors that it made me toss it away in disgust. He writes stuff about the Kennedy's sex life (like I am sure he was there, to know every detail) & writes about their personal habits in the White House, etc. ALL OF IT IS FALSE. Back when JFK & Jackie were in the White House, they had several maids, personal secretaries, & nannies, who later wrote books about their first-hand experiences. I read several of those books, & also some memoirs written by Ben Bradlee (editor of the Washington Post) who used to be a regular visitor to President JFK after supper hour. He wrote about how the President was always in so much pain, he needed a back brace & muscle relaxers, & in the evening, he had to lay back in a recliner chair. At the time of their honeymoon, JFK gave Jackie a poem about "I have a Rendezvous with Death." And in his book "Profiles in Courage", there was a chapter called "I look into my open grave." Like Abraham Lincoln, JFK seemed to have a premonition of his assassination. What a tragic loss.