Who's Looking Out For You? Topics for Discussion

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Differentiate between Fox news and the "big three" networks.

Explain what is meant by the term "media bias." Cite an example used in the book.

What major mistakes did O'Reilly admit to making in the course of his career?

Did Bill O'Reilly have an easy childhood? Explain.

From the perspective presented in this book, is the United States government really looking out for you?

Why is Walter Cronkite portrayed as a hypocrite?

Does Bill O'Reilly consider the justice system fair in the United States? Elaborate.

What advise was given to Al Gore in the course of this book that might have won him the presidential election? Do you agree?

What groups do not believe the Pledge of Allegiance should be used publicly?

Did the Founding Fathers intend for the United States to be a religious nation? Explain.

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