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this evening. thanks for joining us. have a great night. "the o'reilly factor" is on, tonight. >> millions of americans are giving up on the political process because they understand the economy is rigged. >> i want people to be left alone. i don't want the government telling you what can you smoke. what can you drink, or what you can read. >> politicians pandering the voters, misleading them about their country. very tough talking points. we'll call them out tonight. >> bernie sanders supporters in los angeles hillary clinton's motorcade with actual dollar bills as she drove to a star studded fundraiser hosted by george clooney. >> hillary clinton goes to george clooney's house and big money. anything wrong with that? >> this is jimmy?
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>> hendrix? [ laughter ] >> also ahead, jesse watters, culture vulture. >> myself. thank you very much. >> 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. the big lie of the presidential campaign. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. apparently millions of american voters believe the federal government should be required by law to provide things for the folks. education good jobs, financial security and old age on and on. that belief runs counter to how america was established in the late 18th century when our first elected officials put their game plan in effect.
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basically their vision was a limited one for government. citizens would have basic freedoms to worship, vote, speaking openly without being punished, assemble without interference and pursue happiness within the framework of the law it was entirely up to we the people how we would use those freedoms. no one was force to do go into the voting booth as they are in australia. no one was forced to believe in god as they were in the massachusetts bay colony. today, the question of individual choice, the quest to succeed or fail on your own has almost been obliterated by politicians and judges who do not respect the concept of competition and the struggle to prosper. in short, they are revolving away from how this country was established. in addition, they are deceiving you, the american people, into believing that
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their success and well-being, the folk's success will be almost assured by a giant federal nanny state. that's absolutely impossible in a nation of nearly 320 million people. politicians deceive because it's an easy way to seduce you, the voter unhappy in some cases with your circumstance in life. when bernie sanders tells americans the economic system is rigged against them, he destroys anyone tia. why work hard. if -- initiative. why work hard if the big banks. if i'm failing, it's not my fault. it's the phantom billionaires that are hurting me. sanders is correct that the gedz need to stop fraud in the narcotic place but his message of wall-to-wall capitalist corruption is false and pernicious. when a guy like rand paul tells americans they should be able to intoxicate themselves at will and the
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public safety be damned, he gives license to behavior that has destroyed untold billions of people the world over. not to mention the message that legalized drugs sends to kids. we don't live in a vacuum in this country. the condition of others directly effects us. >> just look at the drunk driving stats. when al sharpton and his grievance lobby assert that black americans are oppressed by a racist system bent on hurting them litany of apathetic and destructive behaviors. kids struggling in a bad school, parents who don't care, needs all the encouragement, leadership can give him or her. not a list of historical atrocities that can cause even more bitterness for the child. the cold fact is very few political people are willing to address vexing problems
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by telling you the truth. here is what the government really owes us, protection from foreign concerns who would harm us. protection from criminals who would harm us. a secure border, whereby our immigration laws are enforced and respected. infrastructure of mass transportation that's safe and efficient. what the u.s. airlines are doing to their passengers is a scandal. and the fact that we don't have a high speed rail system is flat out irresponsible government has protect constitutional rights and private property. seizing assets after americans die is abhorrent. many of us work hard all our lives to give our children a better situation. finally, it is the duty of those in power to foster a system that allows every single american, a truly fair shot at material and emotional success. that means schools with
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strong educational and disciplinary standards subsidized benefits for the poor and affirmed deliver responsibly with clear guidelines. protections in the workplace against companies that would violate labor laws and exploit powerless employees. that's the heart of what the government owes us. and social engineering is not part of it. nor is free education, free healthcare or free income if you choose to lay about. hard-working people pay taxes to support the u.s. government. as well as for personal social security in old age, which the feds have mismanaged in the extreme. we the people deserve honesty and. not personal -- mr. trump,
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senator sanders, secretary clinton all say they will punish american companies who move jobs abroad. a president can certainly make life very difficult for corporations that ship jobs out. but the truth is that many of the lost jobs pay little. and even if they do come back it's a marginal play. the big problem is that millions of americans are so poorly educated and personally irresponsible they simply cannot compete in the free marketplace. what are the power seekers going to do about that? blank stares. when i asked mr. trump how he would combat a culture among some african-americans that scorns conventional behavior? he replied that job growth would take care of it. >> my message is bringing jobs back to the country and they are going to have jobs. >> but how are you going to get jobs for them. many of them are i will educated and have tattoos on their foreheads and, you
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know, and i hate to be generalized about it, but it's true. if you look at all the educational statistics, how are you going to give jobs to people who aren't qualified for jobs? >> we're going to bring jobs back. we will have apple computers made in this country. >> but you have to have skills to make apple computers and the educational system -- >> -- we will get the skills. we will develop the skills. >> now, the race hustlers who have apparently not walked the streets of poor neighborhoods lately immediately accused me of racism. that's why the acute problem of cultural deprivation among under classed children of all colors is never addressed. the smear merchants hammer anyone who does so. it's beyond disgraceful that powerful people look away from the ream problem. mr. trump is noble in his intent to create jobs and train americans to do them. but that will require more than trade deals and
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rhetoric. it will require a cultural change in many working class and poor precincts. if you reject the conventional road to success, education and hard work, you'll fail in our capitalistic system. no matter what kind of outlandish promises bernie sanders makes. it's all about personal responsibility and motivation. and who is preaching that message? who? the truth is individual motivation is being destroyed by phony politicians seeking power. by promising an endless series of entitlements to a population that's moving away from achievement and into the gimme zone. gimme, gimme, gimme. until that deep cultural flaw is exposed, until the phonies, race hustlers and corporate greed heads are called out, we'll continue to see big lies spouted by political deceivers and enabled by a gutless media
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god help america. that's the memo. next on the rundown. charles krauthammer will respond. then ted cruz. later, watters with more on american culture. ♪ i don't want to live with the uncertainties of hep c. or wonder whether i should seek treatment. i am ready. because today there's harvoni. a revolutionary treatment for the most common type
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cultural, multiracial urbanized society that we have the last 100 years. the country made a fundamental choice in the 1930s that it would essentially abandon the vision that you talked about in the depression where unemployment was a quarter of the population and were competing models fascism, knotsism and naziism. kepple -- competing. fdr decided we needed energetic and intrusive federal government. that's the choice the country made. there is no going back. i agree with you any conservative the big debate between left and right for the last 100 years is can we at least keep the behemoth in check? can we put restrictions on the nanny state and proliferation of entitlements as you say? it was margaret thatcher who once said the reason socialism doesn't work is
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that at some point the socialists run out of other people's money to spend that's where europe is today and where we are approaching with our $18 billion. >> listen -- >> -- trillion dollars. >> it's my contention that the politicians do not care to solve the fundamental economic problem in this country, which is some in the workforce don't have the ability to do anything. they can't do anything. they don't want to do anything. all right? for a variety of reasons it cuts across all races and colors and creeds. the way to do that is to revamp an educational system to demand performance in even the poorest precincts. okay? and you can do it. i did it myself. i did it in the classroom. you never hear that. all you hear is a litany of excuses and false promises a guy like bernie sanders is making and when you say how are you going to do it? he has no blanking clue.
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why aren't americans getting fed up with this. >> well, because i think it's very hard for people to come out, for example, against the teacher's union. >> why? >> why is it hard to come out against the teacher's union? how many decades deterioration. >> they own the democratic party. >> why are millions of people supporting the democratic party then? when is enough enough? when is enough enough? the reason they do it is for the reason you outline they got a lot of freebies. you need the state to control things. i would argue that even you do in some of your talking points, i was surprised that in your -- you are extoggle the virtues of individual choice. one of the core roles of government is to prevent you from using intoxicants. i'm not sure the founders would have agreed with you.
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>> then why the public safety laws then? all the laws were based on protecting the public. if you look at the absolute wreckage that intoxicated people wreak upon innocent people and i mean it's across the board, go to any er on saturday night and watch. this is public safety. that's what the government should do obligation to do that. >> we tried it in 1919. >> i'm not talking about prohibition. >> it is prohibition. >> i'm talking attitude. >> i'm talking alcohol. >> you can talk about alcohol all you want. i'm talking attitude. discouragement, cultural deprivation. all right. not encouragement. i mean, colorado is a place now where they give tours people go there and pay thousands of dollars to get stoned? that's the kind of country we want? that's the kind of message you are sending to your child? that's what recreation is.
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>> you are missing the point. i happen to agree with you on the policy of making drugs illegal but it is odd for you. >> no it's not it's a public safety issue. >> you have made the case for individual choice and liberty. there is a whole bunch of things that can be called individual choice. do you want the government regulating them because in the end it could hurt you? >> you i want the government to send a message of personal responsibility that isn't being sent. that's what i want. last word. >> there is a difference between a message and passing a law. churches, community leaders, even people in government can urge. the law, the reason that government is different is because it controls the police and the irs. it can take away your money and your liberty that's called coercion. we try to be very careful how we use that power particularly in exercising
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personal story segment tonight. new york state primary tomorrow. poll has hillary clinton and donald trump out front. new poll says most of the candidates are not popular with many of the voters indicates the governor is still not widely known. with us here now in new york city senator ted cruz. what do you think accounts for all the tellingivity? >> well, look, it's the nature of political season
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when everyone is attacking everyone, it drives everyone's negatives up. but i think we are going to see in november a clear contrast. i think hillary clinton is likely to be the democratic nominee. her agenda doesn't work. >> well, if you are the nominee there will be a clear contrast here it seems more americans are negative than usual. we compared against romney and mccain and obama. more negative this year than it has in the past. >> this is unusual cycle. candidates are not typical. we have never had a full blown socialist, an admitted socialist. >> and is he popular. >> and is he popular. >> and he is popular. there is not a lot of difference between bernie sanders and hillary clinton on policy. they are both socialists. just one admits it. >> hillary doesn't practice socialism where bernie kind of does. you think it's the rough and tumble that have gotten through to the folks and they are tired of it but, if you run against hillary clinton. it's going to be rough and tumble. really that's going to be a tough?
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>> no doubt. my response in the primary as insults and nasty personal attacks have flown. i haven't played that game. i haven't responded in kind. people insulted me. >> trump has called you lyin' ted and you didn't come back like marco rubio did. it did not work for rubio interestingly enough. >> my focus is on substance. if hillary engages on nasty attacks. i intend to go to me canned jobs and people hurting. >> it won't be her but her surrogates who come after you. >> oh, sure. the "new york times," front page article on you today saying you are the most conservative political candidate since barry gold water. is that fair? >> it's funny. i think the times meant it to be a hit piece. i retweeted it and sent it around to people. >> you think that's okay. >> we're so tired of being lied to. >> you didn't hear my talking points memo because you just got here. senator nice enough to come in. that's exactly what i said. we're just being lied to all the time. but the times' point was on abortion and some other
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issues you are so far out of the mainstream. >> the times is not a barometer for the mainstream. what i will say that the "times" says right is that i'm a consistent conservative. i've been a conservative my whole life. the values i'm fighting for are common sense values. i think this election comes down to three issues, jobs, freedom, and security. and not a one of those is the narrow 51% wedge issue. those are all unifying, 50%, 70%, 80% issue that bring us together. >> within the tent of those issues, you're going to have to deal with specifics. for example, they say, the "times" says that you're against abortion even in cases of rape and incest. is that true? >> it is true that i'm pro-life but, you know, bill. >> rape and incest? >> it is true that i'm pro-life. but let me just give the flip side of that hillary clinton's position on abortion. >> anything goes. >> anything goes up to the moment of delivery.
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>> let's stay on you. >> 9% agree with hillary clinton. 91% disagree radical and extreme. >> you are correct when you said "times" is not a mainstream publication. >> exactly. >> you will have trouble on rape and incest abortion thing with women voters. all the polls say it is there a strategy or are you just going to say i'm staying with this. >> listen, i recognize that the media loves to focus on issues where they think they can hit republicans over and over again. i'm talking about jobs. every day over and over again. that's my focus. people want jobs and wages coming up. we want jobs coming back from mexico. back from china. we want manufacturing jobs back in america. and i'm the only candidate with a positive, con veto, serious plan to bring those jobs back. >> okay. it's tax day. irs. you want to ban the irs.
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disband the whole operation. >> yeah. >> i'm a simple man. who is going to collect the taxes? >> i'm running on a simple flat tax where everywhere one of columbus pay 10% flat tax. fill out taxes on postcard. >> who going to collect the 10%. >> go on the website ted and see the postcard. when we abolish the irs code there are more words in the irs code than war and peace and in the bible. the entity irs becomes largely unnecessary. a small money in the treasury department. my point is this irs is so corrupt, it's politicized, it's. >> you are going to establish the treasury department as the collector, right? >> right. >> ziggy in ohio says blank you, i'm not paying, does he go to jail? >> of course he does. >> okay. so you have to have enforcement done out of the treasury department on taxes? >> on a postcard. >> somebody has to collect th someone has tone force it if you don't pay the taxes the federal
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government comes after you. that's how taxes work. >> we have a lot more questions and not a lot of time. it's likely that you are not going to do that well in new york. okay? >> thanks for the vote of confidence. >> my job is to -- >> -- i'm kidding. >> it's not about you so much. it's about the state and what the state responds to is that going to reenergize the trump campaign? and do you have anything you are going to say on wednesday to blunt it. >> new york is donald's home state. >> it. >> of course he will do well in his home state. when we were in texas my home state we walloped him. i released nine years of tax returns. >> you want trowmp release. >> donald needs toe radio lease his tax returns. he claims he has been audited for a couple years. release the other years. >> senator, thanks for coming. in we appreciate it plenty more as the factor comes along this evening. hillary goes to george clooney's house and emerges with millions of dollars. anything wrong with that? then watters on how much americans know about popular
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unresolved problem segment tonight. you can trust the american media? apparently not. recent survey by the media inside project funded by the associated press and other
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public affairs groups asked this question: as far as the people running the press are concerned, would you say you have a great deal of confidence? only some confidence? or hardly any confidence at all? 6% a great deal of confidence in the media barrens, 52% some. 41% hardly any. joining us from irvine, california, juan williams and from washington katie pavlich. what's driving the negativity toward the press barrens, katie? >> people go to the media for factual information and a lot of the time the media gets it wrong. especially in cases where the media is doing it with malice because they have an agenda to push. ferguson is an example of that. they lose trust in the media and the other thing too, bill. is that we see anchors not disclosing their conflicts of interest, for example, george stephanopoulos over the weekend interviewed hillary clinton with no mention that he worked in the clinton white house. he is friends with the clintons and that he happened to donate money to
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the clinton foundation. so, when people find that out, and believe they're being spoken to in an objective way and find out something going on. they lose trust. this has been going on for many, many years. people now in social media can see that. >> social media are part of the problem because there are no standards there, juan. that, i think, is the crux of this poll. i want to know who this 6% of americans are who have overwhelming trust in the press barrons. i would like their names and addresses so can i send watters out to talk to them. what do you think is driving the negativity, juan? >> one thing to say is people get information from facebook. they don't trust facebook. only 12% trust facebook. people do value accuracy and they want know that you are giving them the latest information. they want to know that you have people on who talk in
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terms of expert analysis. people are strongly conservative republicans who have the greatest distress of american media and they are not talking about the "wall street journal." they are not talking about fox news. they are not talking about rush limbaugh and talk radio. they're talking about abc, nbc, cbs. the old goliath mainstream media. >> i say it's based more on deception. i don't think most americans believe they're being told the truth, katie. and they are not being told the truth. there is a lot of money to be made in ideological, national media. a lot of money on both sides. a lot of money to be made. and that's where a lot of this is coming from. >> sure. and i think, too. people get very frustrated and distrustful of the media based on what the media does not cover. so, for example, when all those networks that you just mentioned refused to cover the hillary clinton email scandal or refused to ask her about the fbi investigation or refused to
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cover important things like the planned parenthood videos, they go, okay, clearly there is an agenda here. i'm not being fed information about important things that matter to me, therefore, i distrust these people who have telling me these are the issues that the american people should be focused on katie, this is why i disagree with you. people are somehow being skewed or steered. people think the left-wing media and they think abc, nbc and cbs: -- they trust bill o'reilly. why do they trust bill o'reilly? because they know you. they have come to have a relationship. >> evan doing this for 20 years. >> they know you are going to tell them the truth. >> wait a minute. i make an interesting point. i have been doing 20 points. 15 on top. and we will be on top again this year. but, there are a lot of people who don't trust me because they don't watch they take the garbage that's written by the rags, the
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internet. >> who attack you somehow incorporate that into their thinking. what i think social media no standards at all. >> no gate keeper. >> establishment media seeing the success over there has indicated that. let's give indicatey the last word. go. >> i think the establishment media for decades had a monopoly on the types of information that people were allow to do receive. new media has actually been very helpful in calling them out for their bias and covering stories that no one else has been covering especially under the obama administration. >> all right. thanks very much, guys. we appreciate it two footnotes juan's new book called we the people very interesting read. we have passed the 1 million mark in people reading my daily tweets. tweets. so far, i have kept them civilized but trump has given me lessons now. so a new attitude may be coming. the address is @ o'reilly
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thanks for staying with us. big money and hillary clinton. big fundraiser for the secretary george clooney's house in l.a. saturday night. ellen district attorney general rest, jane fonda. as mrs. clinton was driving to the clooney home, supporters of bernie sanders threw money at the car protesting the big dollars the secretary raises. >> you know, anybody who ever took donations or speaking fees from any interest group has to be bought. and i just absolutely reject that, senator. you will not find that i ever changed a view or a vote because of any donation that i ever received. >> joining us now from boca
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rotan, florida, brit hume. >> anything wrong with that. >> not that i can see. if people want to spend their money that way. one table would cost $350,000. they ought to be free to do. so mrs. clinton out to be free to accept the money and i guess it's for her and for the democratic party more broadly i don't have a problem with that. >> bernie sanders gets more money than hillary clinton in some months, but his are smaller donations is there any difference between fat cats like clooney and regular folks? >> yeah. the fat cats have more money, bill. but the argument that is made by the bernie sanders is the world and others that big money is buying our politics and controlling our politics has never been weaker than it is this year. look at the republican side. look at jeb bush and all the money he raised and he went absolutely nowhere and he spent more money than anybody. and donald trump though he has a lot of money has really not had to spend very much of it is he a news worthy colorful guy and
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gotten tons of free media and is he leading the pac. so on the republican side money is not buying it. democratic side hillary clinton may be ahead not ahead in money because bernie sanders message resonates with a lot of people despite his obvious deficiencies as a candidate by that i mean he is not your pretty boy candidate as you might expect. is he raises tons of mope and doing just fine in the money race without any fat cat donations my view is. >> sanders says if you accept big money from rich people, then you owe them. then you owe them. >> that's fine. >> didn't owe anybody because he doesn't give the big speeches and doesn't take the big money. and trump does that too. trump is too long the same thing. i don't think any of lobbyists money. they can't buy me. is there anything -- any validity to those? >> it is certainly possible that politicians can be encouraged to do things for interest groups by virtue of campaign contributions. but the campaign contributions are by and
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large, they are visible. they are reported. we can see them. and when secretary clinton says as you heard her say just then, that nobody can point to an example where she changed a vote or gone out of her way in any way to please a special interest group, bernie sanders had no answer to that so, you know, it might happen, but it's there for all to see. so far as we can tell. >> now, clooney said yesterday on meet the press that he doesn't like these big fundraisers and he wishes that citizens united was overturned. that's the supreme court decision that allows these big donations but in the meantime is he throwing the big fiesta. >> yeah. but the big party that he had didn't have anything to do with citizens united. he can charge as much as he wants. that. >> that doesn't have anything to do with citizens united. citizens united was about
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the expenditure candidates period before election. thrown out as a violation of free speech as i think it probably should have been. >> no linkage there. i have a comment on your sweater. fred mcmurray used to wear one of those on my three sons. is that a little pirate that you have on that sweater? >> this town, the town of boca grand, florida is located on gas parilla island. jose gaspard. symbol. >> while he was plundering jose had a sweater like that? >> nobody -- but he was a pirate and this island is name for him and i know nothing else about i had were wardrobe. >> i do think jose while he was raping and pillaging did have a sweater. >> i don't know, bill. >> he had questions for the folks about american don't let dust and allergies get between you and life's beautiful moments. with flonase allergy relief, they wont.
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back of the book segment tonight, as we reported in the talking points memo, we need a big culture change in america in order to stimulate earnings for workers. but there is another aspect of culture in our lives as well. popular culture. famous folks who aspect in culture as well. we may be losing our grip with the younger generation being so wrapped up. we went out to investigate. you know who this is? >> madonna? >> she looks pretty nice in that picture. >> this is marilyn monroe. >> what is she famous for. >> dance, music, art and
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expression. >> her dress blew up. >> you know what president she fooled around with? >> roosevelt. >> bush. >> what about this guy? >> he looks pretty mad in that picture. i don't know who he is. >> you're getting too fresh. >> he's a cultural icon. >> what's his name? >> frank. >> rodgers. >> frank sinatra. >> he's a singer. >> back street boys, no. his hair is really greasy. >> elvis presley. >> what do you know about elvis? watch it, there's women around here. >> he died on the toilet. >> oh, yeah, now i remember. >> i do not know who is he.
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he doesn't look too happy though. >> you wouldn't be too happy if you were him either. he was assassinated. >> hi. >> martin luther king junior. >> he did this big movement, big speech, i have a dream. >> what was the movement for. >> to stop slavery. >> to stop slavery. in the 1800s. >> oh. >> what do we know about the kid? >> he has a gang named after him. >> you get off on that -- off from work. who does this look like? >> an old man. >> he's a president. >> which president? >> i forgot. >> roosevelt. >> if you don't know, no one can worm it out of you. >> this is a president from the 80s. >> not bush. >> ronald reagan. >> i live in vermont. they don't teach us that. >> they don't teach you the
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presidents in vermont? >> no. >> that's because sanders is your senator. >> yeah. >> he won which war. >> vietnam. >> the war of democracy of not being able to have privatesy in the u.s. >> bill clinton. >> cruz? >> i don't know much about history. >> i can see that. this is jimmy -- >> hendricks. >> i've never seen these people. >> do you ever open up a textbook? >> yeah, but i don't pay attention to them. >> you're a cute kid. >> i mean, schooling sucks nowa
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about a 60-year-old gang member shot dead by the police. i was kicked out of the group for bashing blacks. >> you know, all you can do is keep telling the truth. that's all you can do. after hearing you report on the 900 shootings in chicago this year, i found it interesting to know the state department has banned department by its employees to mexico because there were 900 homicides last year. democrats have black americans right where they want them. more than 50% of african-americans don't graduate from high school and unemployment is over 20%. is that false. i suspect you get that erroneous information from a website. black unemployment is 9%. 68% of african-americans graduate from high school on time. >> i watch you and irish catholic conservatives that if
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women decides to have an abortion because of a my grain or a man left them. some progressives want no limits at all on abortion. if that situation was imposed any woman could have an abortion at any time for any reason. thus i give examples to illustrate the absurdity of that position. honesty remains the best policy. >> i'm a college student whose political views don't match up. some of my classmates. i became a member so i can listen to the podcast. in the late 60s my believes did not match up with some of my college peers either and look where i am today. so hang tough. and finally today, two very smart ladies have books out. we have ri"rich is not a four
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letter word." i like the chapter about buying and maintaining homes because that's the primary investment for most of us. also "terrible tornados." excellent book for kids. we hope you check the books out and make a kid happy. that's it for us tonight. check out the fox news website. we'd like you to spout off about a fact anywhere in the world. if you wish to opinion the word of the day. a lot of good mail lately so keep them rolling on. tomorrow night we'll be on right before the polls close in new york state. the polls shut down at 9:00, but we'll have what we did in wisconsin, exit polls, which is going to be very instructive.
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so we hope you join us tomorrow. again, thanks for watching us tonight. i'm bill o'reilly. please all r spin. we're definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight, mr. obama's legacy is on the line exhibit along with the future for millions who are living in the united states illegally. as a divided supreme court wrestles with immigration and the power of the president of the united states. welcome to the kelly file. i'm megyn kelly. there's new fall out today from the united states supreme court in a case that offers the justices a chance to define the power of the presidency. the eight justices heard arguments today from lawyers for some 26 states and the house of representatives who say president obama trampled on the constitution. with the stakes running high thousands of prost


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