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Bill O’Reilly has gone after Beyonce once again.

A couple days after the singer graced the cover of the Time 100 - with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg praising the artist for her "hard work, honesty and authenticity" - O’Relly dedicated a portion of his Fox News program Friday to trashing Queen Bey.

The host - who previously slammed Beyonce as a terrible role model, referencing her raunchy "Partition" music video and asking what kind of example sex in the back of a limousine set for young fans - took the same approach in a chat with Eboni Williams.

O’Reilly said he doesn't care about how adults view Beyonce.

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Bill O'Reilly doesn't care if Santa is white.

But he does care about the message Beyonce is sending young black girls.

In a Fox News segment wit Russell Simmons this week, the host WENT OFF on Beyonce, trashing the singer as a terrible role model for her track "Partition" and its accompanying, raunchy video.

"Teenage girls look up to Beyonce -- especially girls of color," O'Reilly says. "Why would [Beyonce sing about sex in the backseat of a limo] when she knows the devastation of unwanted pregnancies?"

The single makes a reference to a man going all "Monica Lewinsky" on Beyonce's dress… which is just wrong and gross.

O'Reilly goes on to say that "an entertainer like Beyonce ... has an obligation to protect [kids]."

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Bill O'Reilly has chimed in regarding SantaGate at Fox News.

Last week, Megyn Kelly came under major fire for saying definitively on air that Santa is white, a statement mocked as possibly being historically inaccurate and also being ridiculous as a talking point... considering Saint Nick is fictional.

So, on which side of the debate does O'Reilly fall? Both. Sort of.

"Ms. Kelly is correct. Santa was a white person," The O'Reilly Factor host said last night, adding: "Does that matter? No, that doesn't matter. The 'Spirit Of Santa' transcends all racial boundaries."

O’Reilly - who caused his own network uproar when he essentially defended gay marriage in March - then went on to argue that the entire "white Santa" controversy is an attempt by the far Left to "demonize Fox News."

Maybe. But it's fun to debate, isn't it?!? What do YOU think? Is Santa white?

 

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Bill O'Reilly went off on a rant against the Supreme Court's rulings on gay marriage last night, ending in a shouting match with two Fox News analysts.

O'Reilly eviscerated the court, and specifically Chief Justice John Roberts, for the rulings that struck down DOMA and vacated Proposition 8 in California.

His reasoning? "The Supreme Court has morphed into a political organization, not a body that seeks to uphold the Constitution," said the TV personality.

O'Reilly added that he did not aim to discriminate against gays or same-sex marriage, but that "the gay marriage issue should be decided by each state."

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Bill O'Reilly ripped both Chris Matthews and MSNBC on Thursday after Matthews dubiously remarked that Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) has a "black Irish look."

Matthews used the term, which refers to Irish people with dark features, while railing against Cruz ... and Pat Buchanan, Joseph McCarthy and O'Reilly.

He said they all look alike. O'Reilly was not happy.

"In addition to being misguided politically, Mr. Matthews also apparently needs glasses, badly," O'Reilly said, calling it a "desperate attempt to get attention."

The reason, O'Reilly said, is MSNBC's ratings. "In the last six months, it’s all fallen apart for MSNBC," he alleged. "They’re in a desperate situation right now.”

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Last week, Bill O'Reilly made headlines by stating that gay marriage critics have no legal argument.

And, as a result of that stance, the Fox News star got into an argument with fellow conservative Laura Ingraham on Tuesday.

The radio host took issue with O'Reilly saying those opposed to same-sex weddings can merely "thump" the bible, promoting Ingraham to ask:

"Why did you use the word 'thump'?' I don't think it helps."

Watch now as O'Reilly seems taken aback by the concept of who he is supposed to be helping:

Elsewhere, O'Reilly denied any feud with Rush Limbaugh, who has come out and said gay marriage is inevitable.

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As many await the California Supreme Court ruling on Prop 8, marriage equality advocates suddenly find themselves with a surprising ally:

Bill O'Reilly.

The conservative Fox News host talked with Megyn Kelly last night about the contentious issue and made his stance very clear, saying simply:

"The compelling argument is on the side of homosexuals."

"We're Americans, we just want to be treated like everybody else. That's a compelling argument, and to deny that you've got to have a very strong argument on the other side," O'Reilly says in the above video.

"And the other side hasn't been able to do anything but thump the Bible."

This, he states, it not a basis on which to enact public policy.

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Bill O'Reilly's divorce from Maureen McPhilmy was/is so ugly, he is trying to get his ex-wife booted from the Catholic Church, according to a new report.

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The Fox News personality became estranged/separated from Maureen McPhilmy, with whom he has two adolescent children, at some point in 2010.

According to sources, O'Reilly then went on a crusade to ruin the career of the Nassau County Police detective she was dating - and has since married.

O'Reilly is now in the midst of a scorched-earth custody battle over the ex-couple's two children, even as he undermines his own custody arrangement.

How's he doing that, you ask?

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He's got a reputation as a tough cookie, but Fox News' Bill O'Reilly has a surprising amount of sympathy for some of Hollywood's most controversial stars.

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Stopping by Katie Couric's show while promoting his new book, Killing Kennedy, Bill was asked to play the "name game" and comment on some celebrity gossip favorites:

On Lindsay Lohan: "I feel bad for her ... [She] is a Long Island girl. I think she's got screwed up parents, you know; I hope she straightens it out."

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Jon Stewart took on Bill O'Relly in The Rumble in the Air-Conditioned Auditorium last night, a debate between the Comedy Central and Fox News host held at George Washington University.

And, unlike the actual Presidential Debate, both sides actually showed up this time.

The Rumble

Among the topics tackled between the political frenemies:

Stewart on Fox News viewers: "I believe any time where you run an organization where more people believe the President is a Muslim than believe in Evolution, it's a problem."

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