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A Bold Fresh Piece of Humanity

4 Ratings: 4.8
A book by Bill O'Reilly

The year was 1957, the month September, and I had just turned eight years old. Dwight Eisenhower was President, but in my life it was the diminutive, intense Sister Mary Lurana who ruled, at least in the third-grade class where I was held captive. For … see full wiki

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Author: Bill O'Reilly
Genre: Biographies & Memoirs
Publisher: Broadway Books
4 reviews about A Bold Fresh Piece of Humanity
review by . May 08, 2013
An overall good and funny memoir by a no-holds-bar anchor and journalist.
Like many, I too am an admirer of Bill O'Reilly and of the Fox News Network. I enjoy the O'Reilly Factor primarily because he is a man with common sense who cuts through the bull of Washington politics, among other assorted issues. He calls a spade a spade and does not gloss over important issues for the sake of cronyism or political bias. He lets his temper flare against both sides of the political spectrum. Irrelevant of party affiliation, if a person or a group in the public limelight …
review by . February 20, 2010
This is quite an interesting book. When you read it, you find a kinder, gentler person than the sometimes annoying interrupting know-it-all on his tv show. Bill O'Reilly thinks he knows something about everything, and he isn't reluctant to share that belief with anyone.    Being a lawyer, I really get steamed when he argues the law with his female lawyer guests and, in his most pontifical mode, "tells them where they're wrong". I always yell at the tv 'Go to law school before …
review by . June 18, 2009
Like many, I too am an admirer of Bill O'Reilly and of the Fox News Network. I enjoy the O'Reilly Factor primarily because he is a man with common sense who cuts through the bull of Washington politics, among other assorted issues. He calls a spade a spade and does not gloss over important issues for the sake of cronyism or political bias. He lets his temper flare against both sides of the political spectrum. Irrelevant of party affiliation, if a person or a group in the public limelight is doing …
review by . November 21, 2008
As the book jacket of A Bold Fresh Piece of Humanity says, "this time it's personal." Bill O'Reilly, the man so many folks love to hate (please don't get Barney Frank started), this time around explains how he came to be the man he is. While it is doubtful that his detractors will read the book, those who admire O'Reilly, or at the least find him to be entertaining, will probably enjoy this one.    Bill O'Reilly, born in 1949, seems to have always been a bit of a rebel despite …
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