On Monday night's 'Factor', host Billy O’Reilly gave one of the most impassioned monologues of his career. And two days later, it seems everyone can’t stop talking about it.

During his “Talking Points Memo” segment, O’Reilly blasted black leaders who would rather talk about the Zimmerman verdict than address the dire issues plaguing blacks in America.

'You want a better situation for blacks? Give them a chance to revive their neighborhoods and culture,' O’Reilly said. 'Work with the good people to stop the bad people!'

'The reason there is so much violence and chaos in the black precincts is the disintegration of the African American family', he continued, his voice growing in intensity. 'When was the last time you saw a public service ad telling young black girls to avoid becoming pregnant? White people don’t force black people to have babies out of wedlock.'

O'Reilly also attacked the hip-hop music industry for contributing to the destruction of black youth with its glamorization of violence and drugs.

Predictably, those on the left are condemning O'Reilly as racist. On the right, meanwhile, he's being hailed as 'brave for saying what others are thinking.'

But whichever side of the political fence you're on, this 'Talking Points Memo' is certainly worth a look and your comments.