Bill O’Reilly weighed in on Three 6 Mafia winning best song at the Academy Awards in his latest column. “The pinhead apologists for a decaying music industry will trot out the same canard: the ‘Pimp’ song simply reflects street life as it exists today,” he writes. “OK, fine. If you find that reflection worthwhile, well, that’s why you live in America. In Al Qaeda-dominated Northern Pakistan, “Three 6 Mafia” would find themselves beheaded. By the way, it’s not easy being a terrorist, either.” Read more.