How Howie "survived a visit to the Fox lair"
February 14th, 2013
10:45 AM ET

How Howie "survived a visit to the Fox lair"

Last night, Howie joined Bill O'Reilly on The Factor and lived to tell the tale.

"Got a couple of scratches, but I don’t think Bill O'Reilly drew any blood," Kurtz wrote in The Daily Beast.

Read more about Howie's adventures with Bill and watch the video here.

Filed under: Bill O'Reilly • Drones • Fox News • Reliable Sources • The Daily Beast
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    Bill O'Reilly claims that the Left is giving drone strikes a pass because President Obama has ratcheted it up. Howard claims that there was more attention to weatherboarding because folks on Left and Right (John McCain in particular) opposed it. Here's a simpler view. Most Americans (and thus our politicians and media) don’t give a damn about drone strikes because the odds of Iran, Syria or North Korea launching drone strikes on US soil is virtually non-existent, while the odds of the same countries torturing captured Americans is very high. Like humans everywhere else, we are self-centered on the Left and the Right. Surprised?

    February 17, 2013 at 11:32 am | Reply

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