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Monday, July 28, 2014
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The Great Marijuana Ruse
Guests: Stephen Gutwillig & Kevin Sabet
Over the weekend, the New York Times called for the U.S. to legalize marijuana. Their editorial read "the social costs of marijuana laws are vast... the result is racist, falling disproportionately on young black men, ruining their lives, and creating new generations of career criminals." If marijuana is to be legalized, what will be the effect on the country be? We'll debate it tonight with both a pro and anti-legalization guest.
Should we welcome kids at the border?
Guests:Juan Williams & Mary Katharine Ham

It is estimated that about one hundred thousand unaccompanied children will cross into the U.S. this year.
This has angered many Americans who are calling for deportations and more border security. This weekend, a surprise, as conservative pundit George Will swam against the tide and said we should welcome these children to the U.S.
Is Obama anti-Israel?
Guests:Brit Hume
There are some Americans who believe president Obama is anti-Israel but is there any evidence to support that? Brit Hume reacts tonight.
Rove breaks down the 2016 polls
Guests:Karl Rove
According to Real Clear Politics, the U.S. Senate may go GOP in November. We'll break down some of the big races with Karl Rove and explain what this means for the future of Washington.
What's America's Biggest Threat?
Guests:Megyn Kelly
Our latest BillOreilly.com poll asks "Who is our nation's biggest threat?". Tonight we'll ask Megyn who she thinks is our biggest threat.
Watters in Rhode Island
Guests: Jesse Watters
We sent Jesse Watters up to Newport, Rhode Island to ask Americans to grade the following individuals: President Obama, John Boehner and even your humble correspondent. See what the good folks of RI have to say tonight!
How to Handle Bad Things
When bad things happen to you, try your hardest to turn them around, just as many of our wounded warriors have done in their lives.
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