Tonight... The O'Reilly Factor is on...

Did you watch President Bush's speech on Iraq on Monday night? Only 17 percent of homes in this country were tuned in to the president's address. If you didn't, should you have been watching? Are the millions of Americans who skipped the speech apathetic... and Un-American? We'll debate that question tonight.

Then, is movie star Winona Ryder getting a raw deal in her shoplifting trial? Some say that the successful actress is being persecuted by authorities in Beverly Hills. Could they have a point? Ryder's trial begins on October 15. But should it have really gone all the way to court?

And, basketball superstar Charles Barkley has penned a new book called I Could be Wrong But I Doubt It. Why is "Sir Charles" very critical of some of America's black leaders? He'll be in the No Spin Zone to tell us about both his book and his views.  

Plus, sniper shootings in the Washington D.C. area continue to terrorize thousands of residents in the region. Now, a personality profile of the man or woman behind these baffling and senseless murders is beginning to emerge. James Alan Fox, professor of criminal justice at Boston's Northeastern University, will tell us what he believes is motivating this person.   

Also, remember announcement about the HIV muppet who would become a new character on the South African edition of Sesame Street? Kami, the furry muppet has made her debut. We'll talk with Sherrie Weston from the Sesame Street Workshop about the program and the worldwide controversy over Kami.

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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