Special half hour version of the Factor, due to the 2008 Iowa caucuses, which are also the main theme of the show as they are discussed with political analyst Dick Morris. Also Bernie Goldberg and Jane Hall talk about how the candidates appearing on entertainment shows like Letterman and Leno will resonate with voters and finally Bill talks with Peter Hegseth with 'Vets for Freedom' about the far left organization 'moveon.org' donating phone cards to the troops.
Special 'O'Reilly Factor' focuses on political talk radio shows and how they will influence the 2008 presidential election. Bill talks with conservative, liberal and independent radio personalities and gets their take on how they cover candidates they like and dislike.
Special abbreviated 'O'Reilly Factor' due to Fox News' extended coverage of Super Tuesday. In this shorter time the show is basically broken up into two parts. In the first segment O'Reilly talks with two Republicans on why the more conservative voices in the party are having a hard time with Sen. John McCain as the party's potential nominee. In the other segment he talks with two Democrates about the heated race between Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama.
An O'Reilly Factor special hosted by Heather Nauert, features Bill's entire interview with Presidental hopeful Sen. Hillary Clinton. The special also compiles choice reactions of the interview from the likes of Dennis Miller, Jane Hall and Linda Stasi of the 'New York Post'.
An 'O'Reilly Factor' special on the life of the late Tony Snow. This touching tribute features various friends and colleagues as they share personal stories and memories of their friendship with Tony, from Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice and White House Chief of Staff Joshua Bolten to Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer and CBS New White House correspondent Bill Plante.
Bill O'Reilly is live from Denver, Colorado for the first day of the 2008 Democratic National Convention. Featuring political analysis from Dick Morris, John Podesta, Juan Williams and pollster Frank Luntz.
An "O'Reilly Factor" special featuring Bill's in-depth interview with Democratic Presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama. The interview was originally spread out over four nights and this special features the sit-down in its entirety. Following the interview are past segments from those nights featuring commentary from political analyst Dick Morris and comedian Dennis Miller along with a 'Body Language' segment that has expert Tonya Reiman examining both Obama and O'Reilly nonverbal communication.