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O’Reilly’s new book, which he describes as “a defense of common-sense values that made America great,” will include his classic confrontational interviews with the powerful and famous, with sidebar comments on his recollections about the circumstances surrounding those discussions.

O’Reilly is host of Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” the No. 1 cable news show in America, and writes a weekly column for WorldNetDaily – a column now syndicated in newspapers nationwide.

Fox newsman Bill O’Reilly, who made publishing history last year with the release of his No. 1 best-selling “The O’Reilly Factor,” is poised for a repeat performance with “No Spin Zone.”

By exclusive arrangement with the author, WorldNetDaily is the only venue for signed and personalized copies of the new book – just as it was for the 2000 release of the No. 1 best-selling “The O’Reilly Factor.”

“I chose to partner with WorldNetDaily on the column and on the autographed books because I respect the newssite’s commitment to independent journalism,” said O’Reilly. “In addition, WorldNetDaily proved itself a potent marketing vehicle last year by selling thousands of autographed books prior to Christmas. This year, we expect an even bigger demand from the public for a book that, I believe, will exceed all expectations.”

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