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Tuesday, November 30:

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

Colleges and universities can ban military recruiters from campus without fear of losing federal money according to a ruling by an appeals court on Monday. The Third U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a decade-old federal law known as the Solomon Amendment (search), saying it infringed on the free speech rights of law schools that had sought to limit on-campus recruiting in response to the military's ban on homosexuals.

Did the court make a fair decision or is this another example of activist judges at work? Should military recruiters really be barred from college campuses? We'll hear from both sides.

Plus, reports of a secret report prepared by the International Committee of the Red Cross says that some U.S. military activities at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base (search) are "tantamount to torture." We'll tell you about the group that prepared the report and look into the allegations.

Also, did the Democrats make a mistake in the 2004 presidential campaign by not becoming more radical in their message? One Democrat insider says that was one of the party's major mistakes, is he right? We'll ask FOX News contributor and NPR Senior Correspondent Juan Williams when he joins us in the No Spin Zone this evening

And later, in the "Back of the Book" segment... How important is your appearance if you want to be powerful in this country? Men's fashion designer and author of the new book "Threads: My Life Behind the Seams in the High-Stakes World of Fashion" Joseph Abboud will help us answer that question this evening when we take a look at the likes of President Bush, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Senator Hillary Clinton and even Michael Moore!

These stories and much more including a brand-new edition of our world-famous "Talking Points Memo" and "The Most Ridiculous Item of the Day!"

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