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Thursday, April 17, 2014
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Restraint vs. Weakness
Guest:Ed Henry
For years, President Obama has been promising "consequences" against countries that violate international law but so far he hasn't really followed up. Is it all talk? What's his strategy here? We'll ask ace White house reporter Ed Henry.
Presidential Politics
Guest:James Carville
Democrat James Carville says that if Hillary Clinton wins in 2016, the Republican Party will become extinct. He'll join us tonight to explain.
Nevada Rancher vs. Federal Agents
Guest:Judge Andrew Napolitano
In eastern Nevada, rancher Cliven Bundy is defying the federal government over grazing rights. The feds say Bundy owes a million dollars in fees and fines. He says he won't pay because he doesn't recognize the government's sovereignty over the land. The constitution has been brought up again and again but who is on the side of the law here? Judge Napolitano breaks it down.
What Makes You Angry?
Guest:Gretchen Carlson
Tonight we read and respond to viewer email and what's ticking you off. Tonight we discuss Malaysian flight 370 coverage, illegal immigration and Eric Holder. Don't miss Mad as Hell!
Hot Legal Stories
Guest:Megyn Kelly
In 2013 a Florida State student told police she was raped by Heisman trophy winner Jameis Winston but no charges were brought. Now the feds are looking into it. Megyn on that.
Atheist Controversy
Guest:Laura Ingraham
The Freedom From Religion Foundation has put up a sign outside the Wisconsin State Capitol that says "Nobody died for our sins. Jesus Christ is a myth." Why do some of these atheist groups make such a point to insult Christians? Laura weighs in tonight.
And Little Children Will Lead Them
We should all follow the example of the children at Liberty Baptist Church Academy in Florida, who raised $30,000 for the Independence Fund, enough to buy two high-tech wheelchairs for wounded veterans.
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