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Who's Looking Out for You?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2004

    Disappointing

    The book should be called Who's Not Looking Out For You instead, as it points out several of those groups that O'Reilly feels are not best representing the interests of the American people. O'Reilly targets his usual 'victims': the Clintons; the liberal media; and society's cultural icons, like rappers. He supports his opinions with hard-to-verify statistics (no footnotes or endnotes), and he uses limited personal experiences to make broader generalizations that he believes to be representative of American society. For a two-time Emmy Award winner and a graduate of the JFK School at Harvard, the research and writing of this book is unimpressive and uninspiring.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2003

    What's the big deal?

    I thought this guy was supposed to be so important and had something really big to say and that's why he's got a book out now but stupid me I bought and read this thing while my wife was shopping at the mall and it just seems like it's no big deal. It's like listening to my grandpa complain about the news.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 29, 2003

    A Big Letdown

    I think O'Reilly has some good things to say, but this book is little more than a rehash of his previous books. I had hoped for something with more factual content, but this book is basically just a sermon.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2003

    King of pseudoreasoning!

    Unfortunately, most of his claims are of no relevency to the truth or falsity of the issue in question. Simply stated, flowery rhetoric with no real content! Shoddy reasoning disguised as skillfull speaking. Wonder if Bill has ever heard of informal logic, that is, a sound argument instead of ad homonim after ad homonim.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2003

    The Spinmeister Returns!

    The latest from Rush Limbaugh's alter ego is just a rehash of what he said in his previous books, nothing new here. It would be more intellectually honest if we would stop spinning and admit his political bias. But that would spoil his image.

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    Posted November 11, 2012

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