- STAFF PICKS
- GIFTS + GIFT CARDS
- SELL BOOKS
- FIND A STORE
This item may be
Check for Availability
The No Spin Zone: Confrontations with the Powerful and Famous in America (Large Print)
Synopses & Reviews
On the heels of his runaway New York Times bestseller (more than one million copies in print) Bill O'Reilly delivers another strong dose of no-holds-barred advice for America.
Bill O'Reilly is even madder than when he wrote his mega-bestseller The O'Reilly Factor—and his fans love him even more. He's mad because things have gone from bad to worse, in politics, in Hollywood, in every social stratum on the nation. True to its title, The No Spin Zone cuts through all the rhetoric that some of O'Reilly's most infamous guests have spewed to expose what's really on their minds, while sharing plenty of his own emphatic counterpoints along the way.
Shining a searing spotlight on everyone from Dubya to Susan Sarandon to Chyna to Dick Morris, The No Spin Zone is laced with the kind of straight-shooting commentary that has made O'Reilly the voice of middle America's disenfranchised. Examining Medicare with the same feistiness as the death penalty (which he opposes), The No Spin Zone delivers not only O'Reilly's opinion, but the documented attitudes of the country's movers and shakers as well.
Bill O'Reilly is even madder than he was when he wrote his bestseller The O'Reilly Factor — but his fans love him even more. He's mad because things have gone from bad to worse — in politics, in Hollywood, in every social stratim of the nation. The No Spin Zone cuts through all the rhetoric that some of O'Reilly's most infamous guests have spewed to expose what's really on their minds.
About the Author
Bill O'Reilly is a twenty-year veteran of the television industry, and has won two Emmy Awards for excellence in reporting. He served as national correspondent of ABC News and as anchor of the nationally syndicated Inside Edition and holds two master's degrees, one in public administration from Harvard and another in broadcast journalism from Boston University. He lives on Long Island with his wife and their daughter.
What Our Readers Are Saying