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

First the makers of the European chocolate spread Nutella decided they'd drop him, now Sprite doesn't want to be associated with him and others might not be far behind... The controversy is growing over Kobe Bryant's commercial endorsements. Are advertisers afraid that Kobe's connection to their products will send society the wrong message? And, how strong is the case against the NBA star? We'll have some No Spin answers. 

Plus, we'll have more on the intense controversy over actor Mel Gibson's (search) upcoming movie about the last hours of the life of Jesus. Boston University professor of scripture Paula Fredriksen(search) was involved with the film in the early stages, she'll join us this evening.

Also, which countries will not cooperate with the United States when it comes to fighting terrorism? We'll name names...

And later, Democratic presidential candidate and former Vermont Governor Howard Dean's (search) face graces the covers of both Newsweek and Time  this week. Another Democratic presidential hopeful, Senator Joseph Lieberman (search) has warned Democrats that Dean threatens to lead the party into a "political wilderness" of weakness, pessimism and defeat. Is that true? Who is the real Howard Dean? We'll talk with a Vermonter who knows the former Governor.

Then, there's a big fight in Congress over the Mexican border and immigration reform. Why won't the federal government do more to protect you and your family against illegal immigration and drug smuggling? We'll talk with two members of Congress this evening about the issue.

Finally, don't miss our world famous Talking Points Memo and "The Most Ridiculous Item of the Day!"

See you in the No Spin Zone at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET

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