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But before getting into that on WBAL, O'Reilly took the opportunity to weigh in on President Donald Trump's Tuesday speech to the United Nations General Assembly.
"You have [reactions] ranging from 'The best speech ever' to 'He's a war criminal,' so it tells you a lot about Donald Trump, that he's never really going to be evaluated fairly by most commentators and reporters," O'Reilly said.
"The rhetoric is there but when he says we will wipe out Islamic terrorists, no, we're not going to wipe it out...because there are nations like Iran, like Pakistan, that are going to harbor this people, so it's always going to be a problem," O'Reilly said.
"The American outlook is the more the world bans together, the less terrorism we're going to have, and I think that's true." O'Reilly said his new book is about confronting the brutal history of the Revolutionary War and then pivoted to the recent push to remove monuments and other honors to Confederate and others.
But his style is often quite different from Barks’.
The word I once heard someone use to describe Bolling’s style is “mystical.” He’s preoccupied with the power of the natural world and the simple acceptance of the fantastic and inexplicable in everyday life.
In the Baltimore area, a number of Confederate and related monuments have been removed by local or state agencies.
One is that the company’s great artists and writers — and they really did have some of the best in the ’50s and ’60s — mostly died without being interviewed by anybody.
Samm Schwartz () was one of the funniest cartoonists in comics history, but there was only one short article on him in his lifetime, and at least one book mentions him mainly as a guy who didn’t like Steve Ditko’s artwork when he was an editor at Tower Comics.
He was personally interested in reincarnation, and strongly connected with his childhood, which he saw as the most important part of his life: “I still worry about things I did in second grade,” he said.
He also treats places and land as having a strength and character of their own; his stories abound in geographical references, including a map of all the specific place names he created for the previously-uncharted Riverdale.
Fox News has also parted ways with contributor Eric Bolling after harassment allegations.
Earlier this month, Scottie Nell Hughes sued Fox, claiming she was taken off Fox Business Network after alleging she was raped by host Charles Payne.
"My take on it was that it was a very well-crafted speech and the message to the world was we're the big dog. That's a 190 degrees opposite of what Barack Obama would put out when he would talk about international politics." O'Reilly said it was true to Trump's campaign rhetoric, whether one agrees with it or not.