The Factor with Bill O’Reilly had a rather negative story about the lack of promotional work artists such as Mariah Carey, Enrique Iglesias, Faith Hill, and others did (or didn’t do) for the ‘America: A Tribute To Heroes’ CD that has only sold 600,000 copies to date. O’Reilly blasted, “Doing good is a long-term strategy. You can’t do a project and let it go. You have to see it through to the end. If these pop stars really wanted to make a difference, they would have promoted the heck out of that recording on their own time and dime. The media loves these people. Getting attention is no problem. But, no, the project failed and it shouldn’t have.” Read more.