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>> it is a real football! >> our thoughts and prayers with his wife, and kids. god speed, fred thompson. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. on, tonight: that old friend introduced him to heroin and he said yes and that was the last time and he actual overdose. >> why is president obama releasing thousands of convicted hard drug dfrom feder? not telling you the real reason but we will tonight. >> black lives matter anarchists continue to disrupt political campaigns all across the country why? we have that. chaos. jesse watters vs. cornell
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university. >> so you are the media relations director. >> i am. >> shouldn't you be able to talk to me about that? >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. sympathy for drug dealers, that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. president obama in newark, new jersey today touring a drug rehab center touting his leniency towards people involved with the hard drug trade who he says are are nonviolent. today the first wave of more than 6,000 drug dealers released from federal penitentiaries all around the country after their sentence was shortened at the behest of president obama. the publicly stated reason is that keeping drug dealers in prison for long periods of time too expensive and the punishment does not fit the crime. the liberal point of view is that selling heroin, cocaine
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and methamphetamine is a nonviolent action, nonviolent. despite the fact that in 2013, last stats available, nearly 44,000 people died from drug overdoses in america. thousands more killed in automobile accidents. thousands more contracted aids and other diseases and are generally a huge drain on the american medical system all because people sell narcotics to make money. yet, those people, president obama puts forth deserve sympathetic treatment. of course, that is erroneous in the extreme. and many law enforcement agents are harshly critical of president obama's early release program. that will continue thousands more will be released. now, talking points knows the real reasons the president and other liberal americans do not want harsh punishment for drug-involved individuals. reason number one, the left firmly believes that police target african-americans more than whites in the
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narcotics trade. therefore, the thinking goes the criminal justice system is racist. reason number two: many liberals want to legalize all drugs. they believe it's a personal choice and should not be punished by society. also president obama apparently thinks diverting drug involved individuals into rehab is a better solution than incarceration. the problem is rehab never works. unless the individual wants to get off drugs or alcohol. and many offenders, perhaps most do not. thus the whole exercise will accomplish little in the way of public safety. some convicts will inevident continually return to the drug life and they will cause a tremendous amount of damage. but here's the worst part of president obama's foolish policy. it sindz a message to young people to drug dealers, to drug users, that society doesn't believe this is a dangerous and immoral situation. when i was growing up in left town, new leavitt town, new
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york, there was nothing worse than being a drug dealer. nothing worse. outcast in the neighborhood considered scum. now they are glorified in some places. the local dealer is considered are cool. the acceptance and promotion of addicted substances is a national disgrace. drug dealing is one of the lowest forms of human activity. it enslaves, kills, and harms people. yet, president obama is making it a priority to give folks who sell hard drugs leniency. awful. that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. reaction. joining us from washington, charles krauthammer. and you say? >> well, i say the distinction has to be made first of all between hard drug -- between narcotics and selling marijuana, for example. also make distinction between users and dealers. and there is one other thing you have to take into
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account, which is often when you get somebody saying well, he was just a user or pled guilty, they were pled down, they were dealing but the prosecutor decided either to get information to give them a plea bargain so it would look like it was only use. so i don't believe in blanket amnesty, blanket forgiveness for a whole class of people who are in jail. i do believe that if you want to do something like that and you think the laws passed in the 90's, incidentally under a democratic president are too democratic conian, a., you change them for the future and see whether your social experiment works or not, but, b, you do a case by case evaluation like parole. you might have gotten a the kid who got in the wrong gang who wasn't a dealer was a user or whatever, if there are good apples in there you release them but you have got to go -- i wouldn't release a whole class. >> okay, look, the stats in
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federal prison less than 1% are in for use of any kind. less than 1%. >> i know. >> the stats in federal prison are hispanics are a greater proportion than blacks. so, a, this is driven by race with barack obama. i know it is i know it's race. the cops are hunting down inner city black dealers. they don't care about the white collar dealers. that's what's motivating this, charles. and you know it. >> unlike you i don't have the sense of psychiatric training and powers to i don't understand exactly why obama is doing it because i don't understand or i don't pretend to know i simply want to examineed relevant and the wisdom of the policy. if you want to reevaluate people for ho are in jail for crimes we now think should not have big mandatory sentences and that is the trend, then what you do is a case-by case examination. >> trend here. >> i agree with you about
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the users and the plea bargainers are small numbers. in fact, we went over that last week and we agreed that the numbers that the left uses saying. >> totally bogus. >> kids just smoking weed. they weren't just smoking weed. >> are you going to tell me you don't think there is a racial element in this for president obama? are you really going to sit here and say that? >> i think some of the left makes that argument. i'm simply going to say when you tell me what's happening inside of obama's head, can i tell you that it's not a matter. it's what comes out of his mouth. >> in a room with people who who speak intimately and i still don't know. >> is drug dealing an evil thing in your opinion. >> absolutely. >> it's a decision to sell narcotics is, it not? is it not a decision. >> it's also a decision to purchase narcotics. >> that's true but the person who buys it i have plenty more sympathy for than the person who sells it. >> so do i krauthammer and
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o'reilly believe it's evil act to sell narcotics and a decision to do so and decision made on profit. now, rehab, you are the psychiatrist although you are trying to put that in my ball. i would never be one. when you are in rehab you cannot be cured of anything no matter what rehab you are in unless you want to be, you are motivated; is that correct? >> well, did i treat quite a few methadone addicts when i was or heroin addicts we had on methadone that was the treatment of choice in those days. the odds of getting off are very small. the key indicators hough is going to succeed or not is who wants to do it. >> that's right. but sometimes the choice of incarceration or rehab such that it pushes some people into successful rehabilitation. >> well, that's why i think you have to have a case-by-case. you can't do blanket.
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>> okay. judges are taking and here in new york city a police officer was killed, murdered by an alleged dope dealer who was put into a rehab situation which he laughed at and went out and shot the cop. all right. i'm putting the rehab, forced rehab drug dealer thing at about 10%, 15% who really want to get off it. that's what i'm putting it at based upon police reporting and doctors that i know in the rehab business. i will give you the last word. >> well, that's a good reason to triage. that's a good reason to spend time, manpower, and energy not releasing on the basis of the law that was used to incarcerate but on the basis what are the odds this is a good apple or recidivist that will be back on the streets. if you do that i think it's worth of investment. >> the guy who shot the cop 28 arrests and the judge gives him rehab. 28 arrests. >> i think the wrong decision was made. >> yeah. but that's the way it's always going to be if this is the alternative. you go to prison, you go to
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rehab. the liberal judge also take rehab all day long and have more dead cops and more dead people. >> but, bill, unless you are going to give life imprisonment. they are all going to get out am sont point. >> let them get out at 60 do less. >> you think we should have mandatory drug sentence any drug dealer gets out at 60? >> i would give them federal mandatories of so and up and depending on the weight of the drug. i feel the drug dealing is one of the worst crimes on this planet. that's what i believe. >> i agree with you on that but i don't agree with your prescription. >> my prescription. you take them off the street in every town that's happened to crime rate has gone down, including here in new york city. i have got to go. next on the rundown, factor investigation website taking money to smear americans. wait until you hear this. and later, factor exclusive, high school football coach suspended for praying after games. he will make his case in the no spin zone up ahead.
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that's virgin islands nice. impact segment tonight, threatening free doom of speech after a south carolina deputy's rough arrest of an african-american high school student for disrupting a class, theres with a national outcry. the officer has been fired but before that happened, some commentators weighed in on the action. >> so i think there is context to everything. i would like to see what happened before and i would like it see what happened afterwards i do agree with everyone including the commissioner and tom it does look horrible it looks like there is no excuse what he is doing to her again, we don't know. >> the girl was told multiple times to get off the phone. >> to get off the phone. there is no right or reason for him to be doing this type of harm. that's ridiculous. but, at the same time, you have got to follow the rules in school. >> now, listen to this. shortly after mr. lemon and
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ms. simone made their statements on television, there were petitions on the net to have them fired those petitions can be found on change.org a for profit website that takes money, then posts and promotes actions against individuals like that. forbes magazine says it is pressuring p.e. politicians, corporations or others with a public shame campaign, unquote. just now from washington laura ingraham and here in new york city juan williams. it's come to this, juan. >> it's awful. >> websites taking money to destroy people's reputations they both put it in
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another -- ms. simone as a kid there are rules you have to obey. we have this website petition signed more than 30,000 people they should be fired. you say? >> what was truly appalling to me was a racial aspect we need people on television who speak for the black perspective and not what white people want to hear or what might people are saying. these said to to me totally reasonable that the policeman's actions seem violent and they want top know more and cannot excuse someone not obeying the rules in school'. put in a position either you speak poor all black people. >> not speak for all black people. either you say what we want you to say you are a puppet. you are black and you didn't see anything wrong with it. you go, laura. >> there is no tolerance. change.org, it all sounds really noble and wow isn't that great, everyone has a voice.
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supportive community and all be able to mobilize. all sounds great. the bottom line here it is fomenting without a doubt uninformed and judgment mental point of view before all the foockets are in. on behalf of the students in the room are interviewed and as you both know, we had had 100 students engaged in a walkout in support of the sheriff deputy who by all accounts is a fairly exemplary member of the community, a coach, someone that the students sought out when they had problems. there is a loft other things that were probably going on in the background here. i don't know the full story. but for them to seek out, to destroy don lemon and his co-host, this is just a typical left-wing. >> she was on "the view." >> haranging. >> raven simone. >> on "the view," exactly. >> this is where it is going, juan. freedom of speech in this country is under attack. it's under attack primarily from the left. and the facts are there. the left does not want to hear dissenting opinions and
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if you put them out, they will try destroy you. they have tried to destroy me for 19 years. i know this firsthand. and it's the left. >> well, and let me just tell you something, the left has tried to destroy me. i am going to tell it you something. i think there are people who do direct mail just like this glowp direct mail isn't what we're talking about though. >> think will demonize anybody. guess what, then this change.org group, they said at the end of this email, contribute money. so we can continue to do it. >> we want money. >> not only do they take money upfront, you have got to give them money to get it on and they want more money. >> use your name to exploit this. >> all right, laura, go ahead. >> this is a left wing shaming interesting. seek to shut down dissenting opinions. we see it happening with the speech codes on college campuses with the changing of the pronouns. if you say something that is even slightly objectionable to one person, you are a hater, you are branded as disloi to the sense of community on campus.
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this is all a big scam. we although it's going -- all know it's going on. they don't want real debate. they want it the way they want it that's what we have all come used to on college campuses. >> that is the beginning of totalitarian society. every totalitarian society started there all right, laura, juan, thank you. good segment. more trouble from the black lives matter crew. when there l. this group be accountable for its anarchy? and then glenn beck on the republican debate chaos. beck has a solution. and watters versus cornell university. it's getting kind of
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factor follow up seeing'' tonight, black lives matter the radical political group is rooming around the country disrupting public events. >> black lives matter. >> yes they do. and i'm going to talk a lot about that in a minute. [ that was not the first time black lives matter has confronted hillary clinton. with with us former nba basketball star jalen rose author of the book "got to give the people what they want." mr. rose on espn and outspoken guy. all right. i have said that black lives matter crew is a hate group because of their -- not all
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a of them but a number of them calling for violence against american police officers. that has not been repudiated by the black lives livment where am i wrong on that one. >> you are dead wrong on that one. it's not a black movement but a movement to inspire freedom and justice for black lives lost. did you know every 28 hours a black man, woman or child is murdered by police and/or vigilante law officials. this is a real glend where did that stat come from? >> it's an absolute fact. >> the stats that we have is that the african-americans killed by police are infans at the infan as it. less than 1% result in any violence.
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so your stat and my stat are like the parting of the red sea here. all right? let's advance the story and say when you have a group that says dead -- we want dead police officers as this crew did in new york city i'm not justifying the owe bretion or killing can of anyone for that matter. i respect law officials. as a matter of fact, we should stop the world on its axis and pay emt, firefighters, teachers, double in a country that values sports and i know i work in the sports industry. these are the people that become the heart beat of what we do. so i'm not here to advocate violence but to bring awareness to so many lives that have been lost. >> then why can't people like you, other african-americans who are concerned about violence toward your community. why can't you do it in a peaceful way as dr. king promoted naacp, there is a lot of organizations that
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are in business to promote justice for african-americans. they are not fringe violent organizations that you see interrupt political rallies and do pretty much what they want to do. >> dr. king actually said that. i'm glad you brought it up. a riot is the voice of the unheard. that sometimes when protests get taken too far. a lot of times they are majority peaceful. but when the camera is on is when they show the african-americans a lot of times acting unruly. >> well, i don't think that does the cause any good. so the like you jamie foxx the actor. tarantino the director said that police were murderers in a general statement here in new york city and here is what mr. fox said last night. go. >> quentin tarantino you are a boss. you ever absolutely amazing. keep speaking the truth and telling the truth and don't worry about none of the haters. i will let you know that right now. >> so tarantino, he is in a lot of trouble. all the police organization
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os across the country are boycotting us and you think he should be in trouble. >> absolutely. because i do not agree with the fact that all police are murderers. i think will are some rogue individuals with guns and badges that have taken their job way too far. >> i think everybody would agree with that there is an an abusive element to every organization. in police you have a responsibility because you have a gun and you have power. >> absolutely. >> there are bad people and they should be dealt with. but when you have a guy than tarantino. jamie foxx is a big guy in the black community. he goes out there and says it's okay. call the cops murderers what do you think about that? >> jamie is a friend of mine. somebody that i really respect. just because he supports quentin that doesn't mean he is -- >> -- do you respect that statement. >> i don't agree with that statement. >> how can you respect a statement that is actually saying hey, you are the boss go, out and call cops murderers? i don't understand this. >> you know what i learned to do is judge people by true actions because sometimes your thoughts and words don't lead to your
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actions. i believe comes out she is not taking questions which you do and that's what you respect. true stories and flagrant opinions from center court and i think it's very well you give different perspective and i appreciate what you do in your commentary. >> thank you. >> as the factor moves along this evening, glenn beck on the republican contenders revolting on the debate format. should they be doing that? watters has cornell university in an uproar. >> would you grant us permission to interview students if they grant us permission to do the interview? >> not on campus at this time. >> we hope you stay tuned to those reports. another day, and i'm still struggling with my diabetes. i do my best to manage.
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personal story segment tonight, a prayer controversy in washington state. high school football coach joe kennedy has a tradition of saying a prayer after his games. coach kennedy goes to midfield, neels, says a prayer aloud. other players are free to join him from both teams but it is a voluntary action going on for eight years. mr. kennedy has been doing this without any controversy until now. he is under suspension. coach kennedy and his attorney kerry shackleford from the liberty institute join us here in new york
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city. why the sudden angst? you are doing this eight years and audit will sudden at the end of the season they hit you, why? >> it came from a compliment that somebody came and watched our game for the first time beginning of the year and they said it was really awesome and that we were doing a good thing and they wanted to know is this even legal now? >> where did that comment come from? is it in the paper. >> came from one of the administrators that saw the game and went to our high school principal. so. >> an administrator from another school. >> they wouldn't tell me who it was. >> discussing what you did after the game? >> before this you didn't have any problem with the school district or your own principal? >> no. none whatsoever. >> you don't prost will pros wil he advertise. >> they show up. and one of the things that the other teams actually our
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opponents come out there. >> yeah, i mentioned that. so people know you do. this what religion are you? >> if i had to put a label on it would be christian, i guess. >> you are not promoting a certain religion. >> no. >> just a philosophy of christianity and you say a prayer, why, after the game? >> i kind of made an agreement before i started coaching to god that i'm going to pray and give you the glory and thank you for these guys after the game. >> it's a gratitude on your part that you are in a position you are in and that the game is well played or something? >> absolutely. >> even if you lose you play. >> now counselor, you are representing the coach. suspended. can't coach for the rest of the season. the school district says listen, we have given the coach places he can do this. we don't want him to do it in the middle of the field. is that about their position? >> yeah. it's really incredible misconception of the law. they have essentially said can you go out oto the center to the 50-yard line?
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sure. if you pray, we are going to fire you. that's just explicit religious discrimination it violates the first amendment. it violates federal employment laws. this is a good guy. this is the kind of coach you don't want to get rid of. loves young men. does incredible job inexplicable what's happened. >> when you say it's inexprick cable. there must inexplicable. mr. must have been a reason what watt the reason. >> they think this is the reason. >> the school board. >> the district from the superintendent. they said that he is not allowed to ever visibly show any religion or he will be fired. so they said. >> so you can't wear a cross around your neck? >> that's exactly what it would mean. it would mean a jewish teacher couldn't wear a i don't mean i don't mean can couldn't wear -- you have all kinds of violations from what they are saying. >> in case law this has been proven to be a loser for
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this school district, right? >> i think so. they are mixing up when a coach takes position and orders the kids to pray or leads prayer. >> you can't coerce. >> and that's what they're missing. >> and you can't favor one religion over another. you are not saying christian you have to be episcopal. >> i don't even mention the word god actually. they won't sit down and talk with us. i think we can settle this and take care of this. >> well, when the legal bills start to mount, then they will. >> i hope so. >> so you guys are going to file, right? >> they are not going to give us any choice it doesn't look like. my hope is that somebody on the school board is going to say this is nonsense. let's get this thing taken care of. >> keep us posted guys, thank you for coming in. >> thank you, sir. >> glenn beck on republican presidential ♪song: "that's life"
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thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly in the campaign 2016 segment tonight. number of republican presidential candidates are demanding the debate foremasts be changed. this after the cnbc attack on the candidates last week. joining us now from dallas, author of the new novel the immorality nicklaus, a
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christmas kind of deal here. good-looking book. >> thank you. the words inside are even better than the cover there, bill. >> can i get the intro act? much. >> the legendary glenn beck. this debate stuff we will get to that in a minute. is this whining or do the candidates have a legitimate beef. >> no i think the candidates have an salute legitimate beef. nobody on the stage except for fox news there hasn't been a moderator yet that would actually vote for anybody. and so how are they expected to relate to the -- and ask the questions that i want to hear, that you want to hear? these guys are not going to vote for them. they despise them. >> i'm not buying that if you use that as a litmus test i couldn't interview president obama or hillary clinton. >> no, no, no. just a second. anderson cooper when he did the debated for the dnc those are questions i would have asked. and he did a great job. but the anderson coopers of the world the megyn kellies of the world are pretty
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rare. >> anderson cooper forgot all about foreign policy so i wasn't that jazzed about that debated. i think the republicans should pull back a little bit and say, look we want a fair forum. and if it isn't fair, we are going to make that known. cnbc got destroyed on this. >> absolutely destroyed. >> big winner was the fox business network. >> whatever. they come up tuesday and it will be obviously a much more thoughtful debate than the cnbc thing. i don't like when candidates complain about hard questions, beck. >> i don't either. i don't think they were hard questions. one of the questions was fantasy football for the love of pete. >> they got mocked asking those things. >> i know. >> and they should have. >> why waste that time? we wrote a lettery from "the blaze" today offering to do the ninth debate in february. we would like to do it in a
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very, very different way. first of all we are all almost digital. this would be one that would appeal to the millennials. it would go, you know, all digital all online. we also have network, radio, and television that we could cover. but what i want to do is i want to bring people and i say like because i haven't asked him but people like peter teal or eloan musk to ask questions people you glenn beck would moderate it and i hope you get it. >> bring people that are going to ask intelligent questions. >> i will come in disguise wild bill hitchcock. >> there is this phil. >> from long island. >> you got the little snow thing going down. it isn't snowing yet, beck, it's november 2ened.
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>> in texas, it's crazy. >> it's not snow. that's a fraud right there right in the back. totally fraudulent. >> absolutely real, bill. >> no, it's fraudulent. >> look, you don't need that gimmick to sell the book. it's a good book. >> you don't need the gimmick to sell the book. go down to miami and get your shorts, you could sell a book that way. good book. you don't need the phony snow and the church. you don't need it it. >> change the background, please. >> tell me why you wrote this book. >> i wrote this boocket, actually, partly because of you, bill. every year you do the war on christmas and you talk about how bad it's getting and about four years ago my kids were -- they only wanted to talk about that stupid elf on the shelf. and santa claus over the christ child. and our christmas concerts have become winter concerts and santa it has become completely about the mall. i thought i either could become a grumpy old man like bill o'reilly or i could -- or i could do something different and go at a
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different direction and say how can i -- how can i refashion santa and make him a messenger of christ that points to christ? and so this is kind of almost a little way like a ben herr. it covers the birth and death of the christ child. it covers the real saint nicklaus but my santa character is unlike any other santa character that you have ever met. how does he become immorality and what does it mean? >> so what i'm getting of that is that you have santa in a chariot like ben herr with the whip, whipping around the roman. >> you don't have to read it now, bill. >> damn. >> i like the book, beck. i read a little of it today. the immorality nic -- nicholas. beautiful cover when it's winter out, beck.
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>> it's snowing outside now. >> part 2 of the cornell controversy. student paper up there actually sticking up for watters kind of, sort of. right back. heartburn! no one burns on my watch! try alka-seltzer heartburn reliefchews. they work fast and don't taste chalky. mmm...amazing. i have heartburn. alka-seltzer heartburn reliefchews. enjoy the relief. [special effects] lisa! what took you so long? duracell quantum lasts longer in 99% of devices, [laser blasts] so you can power imagination all day long. [duracell slamtones] (vo) wit runs on optimism.un on? it's what sparks ideas. moves the world forward. invest with those who see the world as unstoppable. who have the curiosity to look beyond the expected
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back of the book segment tonight. cornell university is overwhelmingly liberal. not a shock. in fact, 96% of all political donations made by cornell professors go to the democratic party. well, we sent watters up to ithaca, new york to ask the students about that he was then tossed off campus by cornell administrators prompting the student newspaper to write this, quote: there is no question that the fox news segment clearly sought to embarrass cornell through its cuts to
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cultural clips and whitless questions. yet, the university's response to the piece was for more waters' shoddy journalm techniques. take a look. ♪ >> a study just came out in the campus paper. 96% of the political donations from the faculty here went to democrats. >> i think we're a pretty liberal school. >> do you support diversity? >> i do. >> do you support diversity of opinion? so you wrote the article that blew this whole story up? >> yeah, the administration refused to comment. we got a lot of professors saying they don't think that republicans are qualified to teach here. >> so you're the media relations director? >> i am.
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>> shouldn't you be able to talk to me about that? have the professors ever told you to make love, not war? >> no. >> i think you're making everybody uncomfortable. >> everybody knows what i mean. >> i'm a little concerned you're being indoctrinated. >> oh, you're right. >> i love anybody who loves trees. >> so what do you think about that? there's not a lot of political diversity here on the campus. does that bother you? >> i mean, i would be happy to do what i can to help you do whatever you need to do. >> we're doing that right now. >> not in a particularly magical way. >> you don't believe in magic? the administration stone walled your investigation into donations? >> yeah, they said they don't take that into consideration and they would not comment. >> is there anything while
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you're here that you need us to help you arrange? >> do you have any input? >> what i would like to do is do what i can to help you. >> you're helping by answering the questions. >> i'll ask you again, do you think an appropriate amount of diversity -- >> is there contact information on this? >> i don't know. third base. >> is there something i can do to help you, contact me. happy to do so. >> all right. great talking to you. ♪ >> i don't think he really wanted to help you. >> clearly. >> let's see what the newspaper said. the lady reporter, who should be tee'd off. >> they stonewalled her. >> they called you a practicer of shoddy journalism. >> and i learned all those shoddy techniques from you. >> but all you did was ask questions. >> i didn't embarrass the students, they did that
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themselves. >> i don't think the students were that embarrassing. it was the administration. these students, what i do they know? >> i've been kicked out of half the ivy league campuses, the other half let me stay. i don't care if cornell lkicks e out. >> i do. they gave you permission to ask questions. and somebody comes over, i would like to help. >> that's mean. >> i was just going to say, you had a lot more restraint than i would have. i would have said, i got your help right here. but cornell, rightfully should be embarrassed. if they're going to have that kind of plurality on the democratic liberal side, they should talk about it in an honest way. >> and they're not getting a lot of return on the investment. the country is not doing that well under the democrats. >> people paying $65,000 a year
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"factor" tip of the day. why the mets lost the world series. but first, we'll have a town hall meeting about my new book "killing reagan" 9:15 eastern time this thursday evening. you can watch the live stream, whatever that means. i hope i don't have to go into a boat, but i'll be answering questions about "killing reagan." the you check out the bill o'reilly message boards, you see the folks are overwhelmingly positive about "killing reagan." always a good thing. if you buy the book on my website, get a free copy of the constitution. and if you become a premium
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>> it's the truth bob. you can never pay down the national debt at that rate. it has to be 22% to 25%. >> totally out of context, mike. another thing you should never do. the discussion involved the paper endorsing barack obama when he missed votes while criticizing rubio for doing the same thing. it was about double standards. not the votes themselves. >> you were deceived, sue. the reagan library is angry because we're seeking a memo written by james cannon involving interviews of reagan's staff. the memos disappeared. but we're on the case. and the library is not happy about it. that's what's going on.
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>> factor viewers bought 5 of my ties in less than two hours. $10,000 was raised to help the child help organization in phoenix, arizona. you guys are the best. finally tonight, the "factor tip of the day." congratulations to the kansas city royals for winning the world series under the leadership of dayton moore, field manager ed yost. the royals deserved to win. that's ned yost, not ed. they were tough and disciplined throughout the series. the mets put up a good fight and they'll be back, but the royals were the better team. "factor tip of the day," the better team doesn't always win, but when it does, it's a good thing. we still love the mets. that is it for us tonight. please check out the fox news factor website. also, spout off about the factor anywhere in the world. word of the day, do not be
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