Political Opposites O’Reilly and Stewart Line Up Guest Spots on Each Other’s Shows

Sep 16, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Although they are not of the same mind politically, talk show hosts Bill O’Reilly of Fox News Channel’s "The O’Reilly Factor" and Jon Stewart of Comedy Central’s "The Daily Show" will guest on each other’s programs later this month, reports The New York Times.

Stewart, whose politics lean to the left, will appear on O’Reilly’s show on Sept. 22. O’Reilly, an outspoken conservative, will then return the favor by going on "The Daily Show" on Sept. 27.

The two hosts have appeared on each other’s shows before, with Stewart delivering a scathing critique of Fox News Channel on O’Reilly’s show back in February.


  1. By your last sentence, we can see the direction of your bias…

  2. And by your observation showing you are unable to understand the comment: “delivering a scathing critique” is simply a description and not a politically biased comment we can see the direction of your bias. And your intellectual capacity.

  3. By using the term scathing, obviously, implies a critique that is damaging to Fox News and infers your agreement to the validity of the critique. Both O’Reilly and Stewart made critiques, but one was perceived, or BELIEVED, by the article’s writer to be intellectually superior: This can be assumed to be a preference for Stewart’s point of view. It is merely personal hubris to view such a characterization as “objective” and someone pointing out a slant as intellectually deficient.

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