Being a fiscal conservative and social independent, I actually like O'Reilly and think he tries to do a lot of good for the American people in general (while making money at it, which I don't begrudge), but when it comes to Christianity, I, as an atheist (yeah...a conservative atheist), I find him to be a total irrational dork and often a complete self-deluding dick. Other than that, as I said, I think he's OK.
The label of “fiscal conservative” used to mean something. It referred to people — mostly Republicans — whose top priority was the health of the federal government’s balance sheet. They favored a small deficit, or no deficit at all.
A fundamental left-wing doctrine taught at colleges — there are no moral truths; we can only subjectively observe the world as members of a group. Getting rid of individualism and thinking for yourself.