Bill O'Reilly will be speaking on Feb. 21 at Copley Symphony Hall in San Diego, CA, Mar. 14 at CONSOL
Energy Center in Pittsburgh, PA, Mar. 28 at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center in Charleston, SC, Mar. 29 at Knoxville
Civic Auditorium and Coliseum in Knoxville, TN, Apr. 3 at Tilles Center for the Performing Arts in Greenvale, NY, Jun. 18
at Kaufmann Concert Hall at 92nd Street Y in New York, NY, Apr. 25 at the Taft Theatre in Cincinnati, OH, Apr. 26 at Shea's
Performing Arts Center in Buffalo, NY, May 10 at the Neal S Blaisdell Concert Hall in Honolulu, HI, Jun. 6 at DeVos Performance
Hall in Grand Rapids, MI, and Jul. 26 at Civic Memorial Auditorium in Fargo, ND. Check to see if any of these dates work for
you, and be sure to buy a pair of tickets as far in advance as possible!
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If you're a political junkie, you're
in luck, because the fiery FOX News political commentator Bill O'Reilly is coming to your town! The quintessential traditionalist,
O'Reilly is the author of several books, and now he's on his very own speaking tour! Book your tickets to see the very best
of his political rants at his live show!
O'Reilly is a registered "Independent," but characterizes
himself as a "traditionalist."
Bill O'Reilly is an American television host, author, syndicated
columnist, and political commentator. He is the host of the political commentary program The O'Reilly Factor on the Fox News
Channel, which is the most watched cable news television program on American television. In the late 1970s and 1980s, he worked
as a news reporter for a variety of local television stations in the United States and eventually for CBS News and ABC News.
From 1989 to 1995, he was anchor of the entertainment news program Inside Edition.
O'Reilly is widely considered a conservative
commentator, though some of his positions deviate from conservative orthodoxy. O'Reilly is the author of ten books, and hosted
The Radio Factor until early 2009.
After he graduated from high school in 1967, O'Reilly attended Marist College in
Poughkeepsie, New York, his father's choice. While at Marist, O'Reilly played punter in the National Club Football Association
and was also a writer for the school's newspaper, The Circle. An honors student, he majored in history. He spent his junior
year of college abroad, attending Queen Mary College at the University of London. O'Reilly earned his Bachelor of Arts degree
in history in 1971. He played semi-professional baseball during this time as a pitcher for the New York Monarchs. After he
graduated from Marist College at age 21, O'Reilly moved to Miami, Florida, where he taught English and history at Monsignor
Pace High School from 1970 to 1972. O'Reilly went back to school in 1973 and earned a Master of Arts degree in broadcast journalism
from Boston University. While attending Boston University, he was a reporter and columnist for various local newspapers and
alternative news weeklies, such as The Boston Phoenix, and did an internship in the newsroom of WBZ-TV. In 1995, having established
himself as a national media personality, O'Reilly was accepted to Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government;
he earned a master of public administration degree in 1996.
O'Reilly's early television news career included reporting
and anchoring positions at WNEP-TV in Scranton, Pennsylvania, where he also reported the weather. At WFAA-TV in Dallas, O'Reilly
was honored with the Dallas Press Club Award for excellence in investigative reporting. He then moved to KMGH-TV in Denver,
where he won a local Emmy Award for his coverage of a skyjacking. O'Reilly also worked for KATU in Portland, Oregon, WFSB
in Hartford, Connecticut, and WNEV-TV (now WHDH-TV) in Boston.
In 1980, O'Reilly anchored the local news-feature program
7:30 Magazine at WCBS-TV in New York. Soon after, as a WCBS News anchor and correspondent, he won his second local Emmy, for
an investigation of corrupt city marshals. In 1982, he was promoted to the network as a CBS News correspondent and covered
the wars in El Salvador and the Falkland Islands from his base in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He later left CBS over a dispute
involving the uncredited use in a report by Bob Schieffer of riot footage shot by O'Reilly's crew in Buenos Aires during the
O'Reilly joined ABC News as a correspondent in 1986. He delivered a eulogy for his friend Joe Spencer,
an ABC News correspondent who died in a helicopter crash on January 22, 1986, en route to covering the Hormel meatpacker strike
that day. ABC News president Roone Arledge, who attended Spencer's funeral, decided to hire O'Reilly after hearing his eulogy.
At ABC, O'Reilly hosted daytime news briefs that previewed stories to be reported on the day's World News Tonight and served
as a general assignment reporter for ABC News programs including Good Morning America, Nightline, and World News Tonight.