Every now and then O'Reilly says something worthwhile. I never hear it live. I gave up on him a long time ago because he is such an obnoxious interviewer. I might catch a Miller bit or a Bernard Goldberg segment, but not a whole O'Reilly show.
For a history teacher, his ignorance of the protection of marriage in ancient societies is appalling. Marriage was accepted as the bedrock of society among the non-Jewish peoples as well as the monotheistic Jews whose Old Testament values are called the Ten Commandments.
What we have here with the push for homosexual marriage, an oxymoron, is based on emotion and a craving for validation of ones actions as well as financial and end of life considerations.