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Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Is Terrorism Overwhelming the Obama Administration?
Guests:Rep Trent Franks (R-AZ) & Rep Ryan Zinke (R-MT)
Former Defense Intelligence Agency chief Lieutenant General Michael Flynn slammed the White House this week for not having a strategy to fight the jihad. He says we can't defeat an when enemy the administration doesn't acknowledge the administration even exists. We'll talk to two members of the House Armed Services Committee about this situation as well as the latest with Bowe Bergdahl.
How to Defeat Hillary Clinton
Guest:Karl Rove
Tonight we'll ask Karl Rove what the three main issues are that could be problematic for Hillary Clinton if she runs for president.
Rap Video Glorifying Cop Killing
Guest:Joe Tacopina
A vile cop-hating video was released recently in which two New York city lawyers appear. The rap video glorifies violence against the police. The question now is why they haven't been disbarred. New York City lawyer Joe Tacopina weighs in.
Did you Know That?
Guest:Cheryl Casone
Tonight we continue our "Did you Know That?" segment where we talk to Fox News hosts and contributors about their interesting past lives before cable news. Tonight we talk to Fox Business reporter Cheryl Casone about her time as a flight attendant.
Super Bowl Preview
Guest:Dennis Miller
Tonight we'll talk to Miller about the Super Bowl, the overblown coverage of New York City's "blizzard" and a Miss USA headline that's making headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Rare Apology
Guest:Martha MacCallum
Former Governor Howard Dean trashed the movie "American Sniper" last week and mocked the people seeing the film. Now he's apologizing. We'll show you what he had to say. Then, a Super Bowl ad deemed too controversial, has been pulled. We'll show you the commercial tonight.
Viewers Sound Off
Factor Words of the Day
Kurt Allen, Denver, CO: "A few weeks ago, General Martin Dempsey said the Bergdahl report should be ready to be released shortly. Now the Pentagon is saying there is no timetable."

Donald Dover, Rock Hill, SC: "I am a former Marine and Vietnam vet. I think it is a slap in the face to any vet to see Bergdahl in a military uniform."

Sgt. Andrew Foggio, Louisiana: "Mr. O'Reilly, I thank you so much for supporting Every time I look at my track chair, it gives me strength to know I have not been forgotten and I have a much better outlook."
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