Tonight... The O'Reilly Factor is on from Los Angeles!

The No Spin Zone goes to Hollywood! Watch out L.A.!

We'll talk with Pat Sajak about his new show... And O'Reilly sits down with the always entertaining Dennis Miller. Miller supports President Bush's efforts to remove Saddam Hussein. How's that playing in Hollywood?!

Plus, should you consider boycotting French products if France makes good on its promise to vote against the U.N. draft resolution before the Security Council? If France is going far beyond "we don't agree with you America" in its efforts to make others join in a "no" vote at the United Nations,  should individual Americans send a message right back back across the Atlantic to Europe? What if it ends up harming American workers? We'll have a debate it with David Bossie, President of Citizens United and Tony Smith, President of the French-American Foundation.

Once a war begins, some anti-war groups are threatening to break the law. What should be done if that happens? 

And a guy who sold fake IDs to some of the 9/11 hijackers has finally been sentenced. You won't believe the sentence he received.

Also, we'll talk to the Superintendent of the School District where the whole big Pledge of Allegiance controversy started.

Don't miss a minute of The Factor from L.A. this evening! See you in the No Spin Zone at 8p.m. and 11 p.m. ET!

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