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Dissecting the Ukraine Crisis

Fox News national security analyst, KT McFarland, former assistant Secretary of Defense in the Reagan Administration, explains everything there is to know about the Ukraine-Russian Crisis in two minutes.

Rand Paul Sues Obama, NSA

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul followed through on his threat to file a class-action lawsuit against President Obama and the NSA regarding the gathering of phone records. “On behalf of myself, Freedom Works and everyone in America who has a phone, we’re filing suit against the President of the United States in defense of the fourth amendment,” Paul said. Fox News’ Jenna Lee interviews Fox contributor Judge Andrew Napolitano about the ramifications of the lawsuit.

Cuomo Inserts Foot in Mouth

Andrew Cuomo is at it again. The ultra-liberal governor of New York riled up conservatives, including many of his very own New Yorkers, when he made disparaging remarks regarding their political views. Cuomo basically threw down the political gauntlet when he said that pro-lifers, pro assault weapon and anti-gay extreme conservatives have no place in New York. The comments created a firestorm and drew immediate reaction from New York GOP Chairman Ed Cox who demanded an apology. “I call on Governor Cuomo to apologize to New York’s good conservatives and Catholics for his statement that ‘they have no place in the state of New York’ and to all New Yorkers for poisoning New York politics with divisive rhetoric at a time when New York needs to be united to address its continuing economic problems.” Cox explains his comments to Fox News’ Bill Hemmer.

Party Frontrunners in Trouble

Two political stories that continue to dominate the headlines and the airwaves are the Democrats’ incessant attacks on New Jersey Governor Chris Christie over the George Washington Bridge debacle and the revelation of Hillary Clinton’s “Hit List.” Find out how Christie is handling the pressure and who’s on the dreaded hit list in this edition of The O’Reilly Factor (Fox News), with host Bill O’Reilly and guest political commentator Brit Hume.

Duck Dynasty Star Silenced

The far left and the entertainment industry have struck again. This time stepping all over our first amendment right to free speech. The controversy exploded when the A&E Network suspended reality star Phil Robertson, the patriarch of the wildly popular “Duck Dynasty” program, for voicing his opinion on homosexuality in a magazine interview with GQ. Robertson called homosexuality a sin in the interview, adding that homosexuals and other equally vile sinners would not inherit the kingdom of God. This, of course, drew the ire of the gay and lesbian community and sent panic waves through the politically correct headquarters of A&E. On the other end of the spectrum, the haste reaction from A&E drew harsh criticism from political heavyweights Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and Texas Senator Ted Cruz. “The politically correct crowd is tolerant of all viewpoints, except those they disagree with,” Jindal said. While Palin took to Facebook and Twitter writing, “Free speech is an endangered species.” On Thursday’s “Sean Hannity Show” on Fox News, Hannity gets Palin’s reaction to the controversy.

Holder on the Hot Seat

As far as Bernie Goldberg is concerned, the White House has always had it out for Fox News, so it’s not that hard to imagine that as the reason why the Department of Justice targeted Fox reporter James Rosen in a scandal that’s now put Attorney General Eric Holder on the hot seat. Goldberg first took the media to task for not being on top of the big Washington scandals, and then argued that one underplayed fact of the Rosen case is that the Obama White House has “waged a war on Fox News” for the past four years, and said it’s “not a tremendous leap” to imagine that this is why Rosen was targeted as opposed to, say, Brian Williams.

Tsarnaev a Victim?

How far are gun control advocates willing to lie and skew statistics to make their case? Would you believe they’d go so far as to name Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev as a victim of gun violence. Greg Gutfeld offers commentary on the Fox News show The Five.

Missile Downed TWA 800?

Tom Stalcup, co-producer of the documentary TWA Flight 800 joins Fox News Channel’s Megyn Kelly to discuss new evidence that’s been brought forward suggesting that a missile might have been fired at the plane, causing the controversial flight disaster in 1996. Former FBI agent James Kallstrom offers his perspective as well, refuting the missile theory.

Obama Watches Fox News

The Administration’s spying on Fox News reporter James Rosen offers proof that Obama’s minions are watching the conservative network. “They just do it with wiretaps and helicopters,” says Jodi Miller. In this week’s NewsBusted, she also touches on same-sex marriages in Minnesota, illegal aliens at the Oval Office and President Obama’s promise to cut back on drone strikes.

The Tea Party Fights Back

Badgered by the IRS and a politically vindictive Administration, marginalized by spineless media sycophants beholden to the Washington elites, the Tea Party is now fighting back, gaining new wind as more Americans realize how corrupt, venal and out of control the federal behemoth has become. Fox News pundit Greg Gutfeld says Obamacare and its pending bureaucratic mandates will fuel this resurgence as the Tea Party strikes a blow for transparency and accountability in government.


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