Bill O'Reilly (commentator) Writing Styles in Who's Looking Out For You?

Bill O'Reilly (commentator)
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Point of View

Who's Looking Out for You? is told in first person. The point of view is Bill O'Reilly's take on the American political system, the media, and who really cares about the "little guy." He looks at issues from an American point of view (as opposed to the media "internationalist" point of view). O'Reilly draws from his own life experiences. He speaks of the things he did wrong as he worked his way up the media career ladder, from reporter at CBS to anchor at "Inside Edition."

O'Reilly then looks at learning experiences in his personal life. He feels he was lucky to be single as long as he was. Many of his friends married too early, when they weren't really mature or understanding enough to know what they really wanted. These situations usually turned out badly: either divorce, or the friend sticking it out for his...

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