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May 01, 2008



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Eric Chen

I'm not a regular viewer of partisan talk shows, but from what I've seen, Bill O'Reilly is reasonable enough, center-right on the partisan scale, not right-right nor bombastic as he often has been portrayed. At the same time, I haven't found him to be especially insightful or knowledgeable on at least the issues I have some knowledge about. He's a layman whose value as an independent commentator is fairly well summed up by his talking points and his easily digestible way of communicating those points to other laymen. (I don't mean that as a disparagement - even experts are laymen when it comes to most issues outside their expertise.) O'Reilly's value as a talk show host is his ability to provide a point-of-view frame for his guests, like Clinton, without overpowering his guests.

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