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Monday, December 22, 2014
The Factor Rundown
Tragedy in NYC
Guest:Bill O'Reilly
On Saturday afternoon, Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu were sitting in their patrol car in Brooklyn when a 28-year-old man walked up to their vehicle and shot them both in the head. The man posted messages on social media saying he was seeking revenge for the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown. We'll break it down tonight and explain what this means for the future of these protests.
Facing Intense Criticism
Guests:Juan Williams & Mary Katharine Ham
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is under intense criticism after the assassinations of two New York City cops. Mayor Rudy Giuliani says that while it's not fair to blame de Blasio for the murders, it IS fair to blame him for letting the city spiral out of control during the protests.
Escalating Anti-Police Rhetoric
Guests:Alan Colmes & Harry Houck
Some of the protests of the past few months took a very violent, anti-cop tone. Is Al Sharpton to blame for some of this dangerous rhetoric? We'll debate it.
Assessing Race in America
Guest:Bern Carson
Tonight we'll talk to Doctor Ben Carson on how we repair race relations after these horrific revenge killings.
Will the President Weigh In?
Guest:Dana Perino
We haven't heard much from President Obama since the slaying of the two New York City cops. Dana Persino explains why that might be.
Threatening the United States
Guests:Richard Grenell & Richard Goodstein
North Korea now making threats against the United States even while denying any involvement in the Sony Hacking scandal. What's going on here? We'll explain.
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