Smearing A Dead Man On The Factor

By Brian 

Bill O’Reilly was “smeared twice” by the Syracuse Post-Standard recently, so he got even on Monday’s O’Reilly Factor. He said “the villains at that paper are publisher Stephen Rogers and editorial writer Mark Libbon. These men are not only unprofessional, they are incompetent.”

He posted contact information for Rogers and Libbon on his Web site, and plastered their pictures on the television screen, in front of about two million viewers. There was just one problem: The person labeled “Stephen Rogers” died three and a half years ago.

You see, Stephen A. Rogers succeeded his father as publisher of the Post-Standard upon his dad’s death in 2002. But O’Reilly’s staff used a photo of the deceased father, not the son, on the air.

“We want to recognize O’Reilly and his crack staff for smearing a man who dedicated his life to his community until he passed away at the age of 90,” says