Spin This, Mofo


Tonight should be a very special episode of The O'Reilly Factor. Not because Bill, while traveling in Los Angeles, finally fesses up to his own self-proclaimed unnatural urges for aquatic animals and/or the McGuire sisters, but because of his guests.

They include Reason Senior Editor Jacob Sullum, who will discuss funding for the National Endowment for the Arts, which O'Reilly fears (read: prays) is promoting the "homosexual way of life." And Lisa Snell, education director at Reason magazine's sister organization, Reason Public Policy Institute. Snell will be talking about fraud in free school lunch programs and the bad effects it has on education, especially for poor kids. You can read Snell's 2001 critique of the school lunch program here and her blast against George Bush's phony education reforms here.

O'Reilly airs at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET on Fox News.