Sending the National Guard to the Arizona border . . . Cutting back-room deals to pass health-care reform . . . Conducting troop surges in Iraq and Afghanistan . . . Considering trying known terrorists in civilian court . . . Which of these moves have been pinheaded and which have been patriotic?
While the changes that took place in America during President Obama’s first eighteen months in office are dizzying to even think about, their real-life impact on the average American is a helluva lot stronger than that. Blood pressures have soared and tempers have reached the boiling point over the shifts in health care, immigration, national security, energy, and the environment—and then there’s the economy. The president and his administration have gotten folks riled. But some greedy Wall Streeters, a partisan Congress, and the media have also widened the national divide. Through it all, Bill O’Reilly can be counted on to cut through the rhetoric and tell you what’s good and what’s bad for you.
O’Reilly sorts it all out with his trademark mix of humor and bluster in his