You might be shocked to learn that Fox News Host Bill O'Reilly does have a soft spot in his heart.
O'Reilly has long been advocating for and helping fund Tuesday's Children, a New York-based nonprofit family service that still, after 13 years, offers guidance, special events and other programs for children and spouses who lost loved ones during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
"My campaign is to raise awareness that 9/11 continues, that these kids need to be supported by Americans," O'Reilly says. "It's the right thing to do."
For O'Reilly, who lives in New York in the Long Island community of Manhasset, where 50 residents died on 9/11, keeping the memory of the attack alive is an ongoing mission. "My neighborhood is different," he says, "because we are still furious in a very personal way." The trick, he says, is to channel that anger into productive avenues. "In my job, I try to expose evil. But in my private life, I try to fund charities that help those who have been touched by evil. I'm lucky to have that platform."