Recently, Bill O'Reilly was honored as one of the 35 Most Powerful People in Media. During the event, the Fox News host and historical author talked about his change in opinion about gay marriage, which he had been against for quite some time but was slowly moving towards supporting.
"I think they should leave it to the states," he said. "I don't think the federal government should impose it on anybody. Let the states decide the issue."
When asked about the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act, which says that marriage is defined as being between one man and one woman and is also one of the hot topics at the Supreme Court today, O'Reilly stunned by taking a soft approach.
"I don't really feel one way or the other about it," he said. "I think it's a symbolic act, so whatever they want to do there in Congress, fine." Does Fox News know this is how he feels?
Gay marriage was not the only topic that O'Reilly talked about, as he saved his best stuff for North Korea and Dennis Rodman.
"I'm more interested in saving the country from bankruptcy and keeping us out of a crazy war with North Korea," he said. "I'm going to send Dennis Rodman over there to calm the guy down, slap him around. Who else would you want, in a period of crisis for America, than Dennis Rodman?"