Tonight... The O'Reilly Factor is on... What the heck is rapper Snoop Dog doing in a Muppet Christmas special?! Should a guy who has also been in porn films, was recently cleared of a murder charge and has a past filled with violence, really be appearing in a program designed for little kids?
Then, a shocking story of teen drinking at a homecoming dance in the New York area. You won't believe this one.
Plus, amazon.com is selling a very controversial book... and now they're being sued. Should they offer everything on their site? We'll hear from both sides.
Also, should SUVs be banned? We'll hear from both sides when New York Times Detroit bureau chief Keith Bradsher, author of the provocative new book High and Mighty: SUVs--The World's Most Dangerous Vehicles and How They Got That Way and Charlene Coon from The Heritage Foundation join us.
And later, as The Factor moves along... meet an attorney who says maybe you ought to think about suing your stockbroker in this down market. It's not as far-fetched as it sounds... Dan Solin, author of Does Your Broker Owe You Money? will be here tonight in the No Spin Zone to present his argument.
Finally, the American Conservative Union filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission in 2001 against Jesse Jackson's Citizen Education Fund contending that the Reverend's groups illegally moved funds from the Democratic National Committee through his non-profits. So what's happened? Not much! And we'll find out what's really going on tonight when David Keene, the Chairman of the American Conservative Union, joins us.
Don't miss The O'Reilly Factor tonight at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET! See you in the No Spin Zone!
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