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

Does actress Jane Fonda's new book, "My Life So Far" have much in common with Ben Franklin's memoir? The editor-in-chief of "Reason" magazine Nick Gillespie writes in a recent review that Fonda's new book is "a a deeply confessional and often moving memoir. And... though much, much more than two centuries separate Franklin and Fonda, she channels old Ben on almost every page." Really?! Mr. Gillespie joins us in the No Spin Zone to tell us more...

Then, the fallout continues over Newsweek magazine's Koran blunder. Was this an honest mistake made in "good faith" as the magazine's Washington bureau chief told FOX News earlier today or is the magazine's ideological slant against the Bush administration to blame for a story that has now been retracted? We'll hear from both sides when "Newsday" columnist Ellis Henican and American University journalism professor and former "Los Angeles Times" reporter Jane Hall join us.

Also, after the violent demonstrations triggered by the false Newsweek report, in Afghanistan and elsewhere, how should we deal with this part of the world? Is it time to get tough?

And later, FNC contributor and former Georgia Congressman Zell Miller now author of "A Deficit of Decency" talks with Bill about the continuing problem will illegal immigrants along the U.S. - Mexico border, the recent comments made by DNC Chair Howard Dean (search) about House Majority Leader Tom DeLay and whether or not Hillary Clinton is preparing for a run for the White House in 2008.

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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— All topics and guests subject to change.