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be. thanks for joining us and hope have you a great weekend we'll see you back here on monday. o'reilly factor is on. tonight. >> so i ask the president to be very serious and to think about this because if iran obtains a nuclear weapon the course of history will change. >> congresswoman michele bachmann on her way out of office delivers a parting shot at president obama bomb iraq. [chanting] >> we are out here fighting for -- black lives matter. >> new poll says most americans believes race relations have gotten much worse under president obama. but why? talking points will opine.yeú
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♪ ♪ >> also tonight the singer beyonce has hangerred some arnold the world. gutfeld and mcguirk are on the case.8 caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ hi i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching tonight. race relations in(acm america. that's the subject of this evening's talking points memo. the rioting in ferguson, missouri, would actually bring more riots against blacks. that's because most americans do not want anarchy, looting and destruction. they resent whoever does that no matter what the cause. a new fox poll tells the story. do you agree or disagree with the decision of the grand jury in ferguson, missouri not to seek criminal charges against thejñ white police officer in the august shooting death of a black teenager? >> agree 55%.
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disagree 33%. tonight know,nç 12%. among whites, 65% agree. but just 12% of blacks think the missouri grand jury did the right thing. there is your racial divide. bottom line on the michael brown shooting is that beyond a reasonable doubt mr. brown attacked the police officer darren wilson. that's it. when that happens you are not going to get an indictment law enforcement agency no matter what happens afterward. second question in the poll. do you agree or disagree with the decision of a grand jury in new york? not to seek criminal charges against a white police officer in the july chokehold death of a black man. just 27% of americans agree. 57% disagree. 70% don't know. the difference here is the video. it's clear from that that eric garner was not a threat to the police. he was an annoyance a low level street hustler. vast majorities of americans do not want violence in situations like that. think about it if white society were prejudiced
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against back people that poll result would have would han a lot different, would it not. >> since barack obama became president think the race relations in the u.s.a. have gotten better or worse. 19% say better. 62% worse. 17% no difference. so here is what is driving scores of times. the president will he jit mizes sharpton and other provocateurs. this has angered americans of all colors. the grievance industry is not seen as a positive by most citizens. on the other side, many black americans who are not doing well are being fed a steady diet of propaganda. they are being told that white people actively want to keep them down. that the police are hunting down young black men. incarcerating them for no reason. race hustlers tell african-americans their country is bad. in the words of jeremiah
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wright, god damn america.- majority of blacks don't buy it, but a substantial minority do. and sometimes those folks act out. further alienating the people on the sidelines. so that's why the racial divide has grown under president obama. he has allowed the grievance industry to prosper. the backlash against that has been substantial. that's the memo. now a top story tonight very provocative statement on race. speaking on wednesday. geraldo rivera said instead of lebron james, the basketball star, wearing a shirt saying "i can't breathe," he should get a shirt that says be a better father to your son. here now is mr. rivera. causing trouble again. you are just causing trouble again. >> you know i said itñx because i believe it. there is no doubt but that the issue of unarmed young black men being killed by cops has great residence, it has traction and it has caused hundreds of thousands of people to demonstrate, to
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protest, they have been affected. you can'tc issue. it is real and exists and touched a cord with so many young people who up until now have been sitting on their butts doing nothing. the issue is real. that's why i want tasers for cops. i want to dee miller rise cops. demilitarize cops. a way ofi#s black man or young minority. but the first resort, generally speaking, should be the taser in adlmj situation like eric garner it's a no-brainer. it would have incapacitated him. they could have done whatever they had to do. now, my point with lebron is that there is no doubt but that the dysfunction and urban family is resulting in more and more young people being adrift so that they can run afoul of the law or have these dangerous payroll luz encounters with the
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cops. there is no organized group dealing with that what you have is the easy issue. all right, eric garner, it's an easy issue people can get around, they can rally around it like trayvon martin another similar case they can rally around it. when it comes to all right, lebron, with your fame and your celebrity and the fact that you are beloved, can't you have an effect on this bigger issue? this is easy for him. i can't breathe. just like it was easy whenout ws after trayvon martin. it's much easier to say why were 80 people killed in newark a tiny city of 200,000 so far this year? you know, that's a much more. >> 80 black people. >> 80 young black people. >> who has been saying this forever? >> well, we have. i have been criticized. >> i have been called a racist. >> they can't call mey+kp that
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you are right in the sense that the larger issue fuels the smaller issue. you are wrong in the sense that there is a police epidemic of shooting down blacks. there is 123 out of a population of 43 million in 2012 the last stats. that's infans at the -- infans at the sim mall. the perception is that the cops are hunting us down by the young black men. that's a perception. >> and the mom's perception that the cops represent more of a danger to their kids than the crooks. >> but that's not the reality. it? >> is a a perception. >> it's a fantasy. but the real problem is jncts it's a worry. i wouldn't demean it. >> the real problem is that president obama, who has the platform, he has done it with the brother's keeper initiative it and he has done it three or four times. but, here, this is what he has done. do you see that? that is the worst thing. de blasio the mayor of new york city who is so
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intimidated by sharpton. sharpton is almost running this town now. there is biden. this guy is poison. is he poison. they have legitimized him and that has alienated white people all over the country. >> by biggest critique about al sharpton ohio hold in high regard. >> give me your -- >> -- like lebron has gone for the low hanging fruit.gdy+#m for a minute? all right. if you are president of the united states and you have got that guy in there scores of times you are legitimizesjzég him. address that. >> my deal is the opposite of yours. i believe that this pftd, our first african-american president had historic opportunity to deal with that big issue that started this discussion. the dysfunction and disintegrations of the urban family. i wanted barack obama to stick with the -- >> -- but he hasn't. >> the course he took with that father's day speech in 2008 when he said we have to have responsibility for ourselves. >> we wanted that. >> we have to pick ourselves up by our bootñ #s straps.
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he has shied away from that. >> you are agreeing with me. >> i that challenge that point. you say he hasn't done enough. say he has done too much. i say he hasn't done enough. >> what are you on lsd. i said he hasn't done too much. i said he hasn't picked it up and then he diverted into the racing hustler group. that's where he put his energy. >> when you call sharpton a race hustler,x[r you diminish the fact that he is the most followed and adored leader in the civil rights movement in the country today. bull. remember what they said about martin luther king jr. in his day. >> are you going to compare sharpton to martin luther king jr.? >> public's opinion about martin luther king. he was anage territory. he was a communist. he was a whif jeeter. >> show how desperately wrong you are. i used that word with russell simmons earlier. we're going to do a fox news poll question, all right? just like we did here. >> let me write the question, not you. >> do you have a favorable or unfavorable view of al
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sharpton, is that fair? favorable or unfavorable? or you could also ad. >> i don't want -- favorable or unfavorable opinion of race relations in this country or bill o'reilly in this country? you/ >> -- now you are babbling. >> we are going to commission that on al sharonton. i know it's going to come out. you know how it's going to come out. >> do it among black people and see how it comes out. >> all races. there is rivera, everybody. next on the rundown, talk about provocative statements, michele bachmann goes eye to eye with president obama over iran. wait until you hear this. later, the singer beyonce angering muslims and also'-b-ñ sticking up for violent protesters. those reports after these messages. i'm angela,
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i don't think woman michele bachmann leaving congress after 8 years. on mondayqéq mrs. balkman attended the christmas party hell day party whatever party they have talk with president obama face to face. apparently she told him to bomb iran.pvú9u)ájq&e bachmann s now from washington. so, it was a holiday party, right? theyq9 christmas party first of all, right? holiday party? >> we all call it a christmas party it was a great party and it's always an honor to attend. >> all right. so you are there and the president anda!gñ the first leader in receiving line. that's how they do this. >> it's a photo line. our families are are there. we are all dressed in ball gowns and tuxedos and the president and first lady stand next to a fireplace and the families come members of congress come one by one and then we take our photo with the president and with whoever we4&aeg!ring with us for the christmas party. it's a high honor and so we
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had done that i knew that this would be the last time that i would speak to the president before -- as a member of congress. i thought i want to say something substantive to him what i think is the most consequential issue of the day. i had shared that with the family that i was going to do that our oldest son said please, don't embarrass me. i don't want anything to happen. and so i said okay, no problem. so i made sure the photo was done. and after the photo was done i i turned to the president and i said, mr. president, with all due respect, i'm concerned about the iranian nuclear program÷x i think it would be wise to bomb the program before they obtain4ijnña nuclear weapon because once they obtain the weapon, the world changes. and the president smiled and was fairly condescending. and patronizing and said well, it's not quite that easy, michelle but that's okay. like i'm just an idiot and i don't know anything. i said, no, mr. president.ój÷w seriously this is on your watch. they cannot obtain a nuclear weapon and i'm very concerned that was it and i said merry christmas and he
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said merry christmas and on i went. but what i wanted to do was make sure that i left him with with a message that, to me, is is the most important message right now. because i sit on the intelligence committee. i'm not sharing any classified in÷b0stion. but it's my opinion that iran is very clearly even in the last month that they will use that weapon once they get it to annihilate the jewish state of israel. they also announced they will use it against the high bingo we can't get this done. all right. now, you are -- look. certainly you know that if president obamazwr bombed iran that would start world war iii. on the unintended consequences of a a unilateral military action, when certainly when there is
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a negotiation taking place, the whole world would turn be -- it would be an unbelievable situation. you know that. remember, i'm not calling for bombing indiscriminately. what i said to the president is bomb nuclear hardware. we know where the hardware is. >> where one american plane falls on iran particularly while these0pnegotiations are underway. it's world war iii. they declare war on us. their allies attack us everywhere in the world. putin and china still flames. our allies in europe don't support us because we didn't consult with them you bomb iran. >> you shouldn't be that surprised. this has happened before. a nuclear facility was taken out in syria. a nuclear facility was taken out in iraq j.
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>> >> in israel. >> george w. bush pended a nuclear program that qaddafi wanted in libya. we have done this before. there is precedent. again what we need to understand is that we areldç batting o for 9. there are 9 nations that we did not want to see obtain a nuclear weapon. north korea being one of them. iran is the number one state sponsor of terrorism in the world, they are actively seeking thiso have it they will use it here is the other thing bill we need to recognize. i think they are very close at achieving their goal. the other thing we need to know is that president obama is undercutting our military we don't know how long we will be able to maintain our capacity to8g!rv threat. we lose our option. >> that's all going to change with the republicans taking over. >> iran may have a nuclear weapon before a republican takes over. >> the unintended consequences of such an action as an historian would
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be almost unprecedented. listen, congresswoman, i wish i were there to see that exchange. that was a very interesting deal. succeeded in doing? reigniting the issue and getting the issue back on the consciousness of people. we appreciate it merry christmas you. >> merry christmas to you and your listeners. >> lou dobbs on american sheriffs very angry with president obama's immigration order. they gathered in d.c. later gutfeld and mcguirk on prince william and duchess kate running around the i have the worst cold with this runny nose. i better take something. dayquill cold and flu doesn't treat your runny nose. seriously? alka-seltzer plus cold and cough fights your worst cold symptoms plus your runny nose. oh, what a relief it is. s ♪ save big on great gifts at bass pro shops' countdown to christmas sale. like half off our best selling thermal crew and pants. and take half off redhead men's or ladies' gaston hikers. plus kids can get a free picture with santa.
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we see insurgency of heroin. transnational criminal bang members coming into our communities, committing crimes. harming our citizens, and breaking the law by every means possible. >> what we are facing in texas and in this nation is a large welcome sign in a sloan door is a saloon door mentality on our border. >> there are more than 3100 counties in america. >> right. >> just 27 sheriffs came to this conference. i expected to see more. >> the reason you probably didn't, bill, as you assume know, sheriffs are the only law enforcement officers in the country dry who are elected it took a lot of guts for those men to show up in washington, d.c. to talk about this issue because they are under pressure by the administration and local politicians and business. i think when those folks showed up it was a mash of courage and folks better be
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listening to it. >> when you say folks better be listen to it, why do you think that crime, that's what they are focused on. >> right. >> would spike by allowing people who are already here the right to work? i mean what's the correlation? >> that correlation isn't what they are drawing. what they are draw something by issuing an executive order that is effectsively a fiat that says laws don't matter and we'll be damned if we aka65oing to enforce border security. that opens the>uñ door literally on our bordersúny and ports for drug traffickers to move the principl heroin, me, cocaine. >> how does it open the door? because there is no enforcement. í beefed up by this executive order. more border patrol agents down there. >> do you know where they are? >> the border patrol isn't on the border. >> it's back regulating. >> they are observing. they are presiding much like
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the president. instead of acting. >> are you saying that you you don't think the laws are going to be enforced or it's going to be easier for the drug merchants to get theirwares in here? >> i'm saying all of the above. >> how would it be easier for the drug people to get theirwares in here? how would it be easier? >> there is no one to stop them. therefore, the drug traffickers, of the human smugglers, they are one and the same in this -- >> our border enforcement is there. it's just, you know, maybe think the union and border patrol agent would say it was. i don't see all that. >> well, the border patrol union doesn't say that at all. it says quite the inverse. when you do here from the political appointees of this administration is that everything is just fine. and by the way we don't know how this 12 million illegal immigrants got into our country. i mean, this is willful blindness, it is arch propaganda of the worst sort being okayating with this
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administration. >> if you believe a word this administration is saying about either border security or illegal immigration, i would be. >> i believe the stats. the stats are that because of the economy auto apprehensions are down. >> i don't have drug stats. >> let me give you some more. methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine and marijuana, the majority of each of those drugs. >> from mexico. >> come from mexico. 90% of the cocaine originates in mexico. >> right because of cartels. >> we don't have anyone,!dxíj no they are sort of waving as they go by. >> i'm not sure i agree with you on that. i would like to see just so the audit has clarity, much more stringent border enforcement. in fact, i'm the guy that called for the national guard to go down there. >> i recall. >> i wanttñ that to stop that. >> by the way, they sent the national guard. they kept them seven miles back. >> look, the truth is that president obama has no heart for this fight. to regulate illegal
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immigration. he doesn't have any heart for it he made a situationf@h4r worse. that's truth. >> we agree 100%. >> i don't know about this executive order actually leading to more crime. i don't see that anyway, i was going to ask you about you can do it in 30 seconds? why are the oil prices dropping so fast? >> because all of the major oil company cans listen to your complaints over the past several years. >> thank you. and by god have acted. >> all right. i'm looking out for the folks, dobbs, you know i am. >> i know that. >> i want to get it down to $10 a barrel. plenty more ahead as the factor moves along this evening. singer bon safe violent protests in the u.s.a. and muslims all over the world with her dress. show you what she is doing. and next, our mad as hell and next, our mad as hell segment
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was focused on covering the protest rather than the story. we at fox did cover the story. he was killed by a group of five teenagers, four were black, one, i believe, was hispanic. they beat him to death with a hammer. >> where? bmplets 1:15 in the morning outside of st. louis, missouri. he was leaving a bar with his girlfriend. he was in the car. the guys started bounding on his car with a hammer. he got out of his car and confronted them and that's when they beat him to death with a many hear. bosnian and immigrant all arrested, all teenagers. the 17-year-old has been charged with first degree murder. then a week ago there was another similar attack and community are saying this is a hate crime. >> both bosnian residents? >> correct. there is apparently a large community i'm mad as hell that you, royale, spent so much time talking about the negative effects of can business when prescription pills kill more than 10 times the amount of all illegal drugs combined. do you have stock in pharmaceutical companies,
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mr. o'reilly? >> don't be a: pinhead, it's a invalid comparison because we analyze pot in kids. on that front, any new findings is >> first i would say both are enormous problems. >> leather, don't legitimize this guy. you don't point to other -- to bad behavior to justify other bad behavior. that's ridiculous. >> they are both enormous problems. i have been tod@+d drug rehab facilities before. >> everyone knows that. >> what are the stats on the >> -- okay. it is a huge problem. teenagers who smoke pot 60% less likely to graduate from high school. it's a huge thing. shrinks their brain. according to the atlanta university of texas dallas. women who smoke pot while they are pregnant. shrinks the baby's brain. effects developments. children are w. lower brains. one in england and london, also. >> the alan -- lancet. >> the issue is not adults taking any substance, it's
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children. once they smoke pot, it's not going it help them out. third letter name withheld: k what are the stats nationwide on this? >> there are actually still truancy laws on the book. a every state is a little bit different. for example in new york state if you have 20 absences in a period of four months child protective service also apparently do go in and investigate. >> that's good. >> whether or not they actually do this. >> unexplained absences. >> those are unexplained absences. new mexico, for example, where this writer is from. it takes 10 days unexcused absences and somebody will go in and investigate it. >> that's the way it should be. teacher is right, a lot of derelict parents i'm going to take the the last letter. i'm really stunned at how
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many people actually got ticked at you, o'reilly, calling james rosen a pinhead. people, get a grip. we have to be able to laugh. now, did you see rosen? >> i certainly did. >> rosen was nitpicking. >> that is a word you should have called him that that's exaae hat we want from our d.c. reporter. we want them to be. >> you may on your show at 4:00 in the morning. precise and specific. i understood your point. >> i didn't call him a pinhead. i said don't be a pinhead, rosen. okay. and is he nitpicking because i'm labeling the thing that came out of the intel committee the torture report, which it absolutely is. >> he was trying to be annoying. he was. that's what he lives for. you have to know, rosen. he livesmyáxñ for that he goes how could i know o'reilly -- >> -- don't be a pinhead. that's all. he went onv p)o do a great report. >> he always does a good job. >> heather nauert, everybody, there she is. iúg
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want to know about it. please write us at mad as hell as foxnews.com. when we come right back, a wild gutfeld mcguirk. anaconda tries to eat somebody. i hope it's rosen. and angering muslims and americans of all faiths. the boys up next. introducing the new philips norelco shaver series 9000 with contour detect technology that flexes in 8 directions for the perfect shave at any angle. go to philips.com/new to save up to $40. innovation and you. philips norelco. 58 seconds on the clock, what am i thinking about? foreign markets. asian debt that recognizes
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thank you for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly in the what the heck just happened seeing want tonight. beyonce back on the factor. video from song super power hasuñz angered some muslims. ♪ in the palm of my two hands ♪ hold each other ♪ that felt different ♪ when your hands are in mine ♪ that's just the way it is >> i thought that was an isis recruiting video. here now is bernardlti4 mcguirk and greg gutfeld. i mean, look. why would anybody be offended? gutfeld, i mean, you know. >> what doesn't offend angry muslims?
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i'm right now four christian children killed by isis. there is terrible stuff going on around the world and they are angry. by the way actual wardrobe marrying it to some kind ofíe° titillation. she might have a bad case of bad breath. >> she looked pretty good,;,%÷ job in that[f2 hijab or whatever you call it she offended everybody. the muslims. >> get to that in a moment. >> trying to make a living. just trying to make a living. >> again, executing its dr.s, gays, they are oppressing women, they are beheading. >> and they are mad9  at her for wearing. >> i'm happy she is wearing some clothes, bill. >> it's an upgrade from the limo video he. >> by the way i lent that to her. i left it at her house. >> dewe have to get into your personal life,
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>> i'm a sad old man. >> here is the second part of the beyonce story. she has some comments on the demonstrations. roll it. ♪ >> seems to be sympathizing with the looters and destruct tores. >> it looks that way. actually, the video is horrible. she is leading an angry pac of dancers and fashion students into a bunch of cops. she is actually sort of inciting or encouraging a riot in this thing. i would just say this she should stick to singing and shaking her booty. >> this gets her all kinds of publicity, gutfeld. that's why they do it. they want to be provocative. >> i take offense with the wordthey are undocumented shoppers. by the way, i love celebrities that somehow show solidarity with people destroying things.
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if you you know that a looter tried to jay-z and beyonce's house he blow their brains out. >> 15 guys were uzis. >> whoever lives in the area being looted that they are sympathizing with. >> two more topics and two more minutes. i will let you, mcguirk, take prince william and duchess, what's her name? >> kate. >> kate. >> yes. >> they are in the colonies. are you happy to see them here. >> no, not at all. >> as an irishman and american i'm totally offended by their presence we were in thù middle of an ugly american squabble. big family. and we have protests going on and they show up and on the add to the confusion and chaos. you had some brilliant talking points last night about the american dream. these ache critical condition -- >> i think she is a nice woman, gutfeld. >> i have got to disagree with bernie because they are
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staying at my place. i have a pullout for them. they are extremely -- they are a nice couple. they leave tea bags everywhere. they are general lay very plenty people. they love america. i think that we should adopt them as our royalty. >> i like them. >> i'm irish, too. i know -- oliver controlwell did but i'm not holding it against them now. >> boring and this guy is two hair follicle losses away from a combover. >> from you, you are saying this? >> that's right. i'm saying it. take it all off. >> grow worm. >> i'm okay with it what is this with the anaconda now? >> some guy -- some kind of stunt where he wanted tooz eaten alive by an anaconda but in the middle of the stunt. >> is this kilmeade? >> no, no. obviously he picked the wrong kind of serpent because we are dealing with a serpent obesity epidemic. snakes are only supposed to eat small meals why we suggest two dana perinos.
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should have picked a better animal. i would have suggests a it was a> fraud perpetuated. >> on the snake. >> on the american people. everybody wanted to see2ióx this guy actually eaten and have the snake belch at the end and go to credit. the real reptiles are ond': msnbc. >> it's like watching alec baldwin trying to get into a pair of skinny jeans. >> i have seen it. >> that's enough. camera off him, please. laura ingraham on deck. she doesn't like how the obama administration is spending tax money. spending tax money. right back with miss laura. here's some news you may find surprising.
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tent. as you may know the passed a spending package last night. 219 to 2206. laura ingraham. i can just tell even though you have a new hairstyle i can tell you didn't like the spending bill. >> i'm celebrating with a new hairstyle. actually, the omnibus spending bill, bill, actually paid for this. so it's great. it's allluq?o covered. everything you want to do for the christmas season is in thisúg1ç bill. >> all right. but yet elizabeth warren who is very far left and then you had the tea party guys, far right. and nobody liked it. who liked this. him a duck session. this is why we call a lame duck session because lame things happen. if this is such a good deal for the american people, right? they would have done this before the midterm election cycle because it would drive people to the polls. but what they do is they wait until the lame duck and boehner would much ratherdxb have this whole spending
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thing for the next nine months done with with. so they don't have to go back and debate how much h.h.s. gets or whether, you know, obamacare is funded or whether planned parenthood gets anything. they just want all that icky stuff of governing and budgeting off the table. which is what they basically which is what they basically did last night. and elizabeth warren, i think, was actually quite smart in the way she framed it.7+pjñ now, i don't agree with all her points of view, but the way she framed it as giveaways to special interests and the american people are basically left out behind closed doors giveaways, all the rest of it. i think she played it really smart.ìáhp &hc% an expert, but there weren't giveaways. two things she didn't like, she didn't like increased donations to political candidates by korpgs. and she didn't like some of the dodd frank stuff was watered down about how much money they have to put in escrow about bad mortgages. it was kind of technical. it wasn't any big deal, was it? >> well, what we expected as
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conservatives, and i'm a conservative, what i expected from republicans was a new dawn, right after the÷? cycle they were going to do budgeting in a new way, a new old way. with fullxiíy daylight you can actually examine how they're spending our money. >> they can't do now, but maybe they'll do it next year. >> no, the people who think they're going to do it next year arethbk same people who think pro wrestling is real, okay? they're not going to do it next year. they're going to come back into session next year and they're going to have almost all of the government funded through the end of september. >> a waste of colossal amount of money -- i'm with you. >> it's insanity. >> so why do you think that the republican party isn't interested in reforming the massive waste that goes on in these budgets? why aren't they interest snd. >> i think what we as republicans, conservatives have to understand is that right now the republican party is not a conservative party.
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it's mostly the party that is dominated by groups like the chamber of commerce. they do some good work. i'm not trying to demonize everything they do. they're basically an open borders party. they wantonyu÷ this amnesty, ch labor, stuff good for big business. i get that, but it's not good for the middle class of the country. so you have all these middle class people, bill who are are saying wait a second, what about my wages, my standard of living really isn't getting better year after year and why is this good for me? and why is this even republican? so i think short-term victory for the establishment, but i think in 2016, bill, going to the american people and saying basically we're going it fight more wars and we're going to have more trade withxqtñ china we did stuff like this omnibus spending bill, i don't see how you get a lot of middle class people cheering that on.m i think elizabeth warren played it smart. >> hillary clinton has new ideas that resonate with the working folks. i agree with you 100%. >> the people who watch6n show, they, i think, ,' the country is really going down
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the tubes except for really rich people. >> it's a two-pronged thing. it's the economic stonewallú,d the big government trying to run private economy, which can't fu1 happen. >> yep. >> and it's the culture which has been hijacked by the far left which tells you what you can and can't say. and the academia goes right along with it. >> right. and in the end, bill, john boehner was much more comfortable negotiating with the white house than he was in negotiating with conservatives in his own party. and that's just a fact. people have to understand where the republican party is. you think it's a big conservative party, it's not. it's4m&57ust not. >> all they need is just one strong leader to consolidate it. a lot of guys -- i don't know any women but a lot of guys are going to go to that nomination. laura ingraham everybody. "the factor" tip of the day, a place you should visit if you get the chance. the tip moments away.
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"the factor" tip of the day, a travel suggestion in a moment. but first, christmas 13 days away. can you believe that? billoreilly.com is ready to help you out. our christmas store staffed by the no-spin:9ñ elves who get p far more than minimum wage will get you hats, shirts, pens, mugs and replicas of america's greatest documents. these are really nifty. in addition my books killing patton currently number one, killing jesus back in the top 20, killing kennedy, killing lincoln all make terrific gifts. 7et 50% off any of the other n books. now the mail. bridget, kuwait. o'reilly, your memy@scs about t american dream is spot-on. i grew nup modest [uycircumsta, the first one in my family to go to college and now fairly wealthy after working tirelessly all over the world.
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in that battle alone. 50,000 wounded. more than 100,000 germans killed. now, a good place to learn about the battle of the bulge is the world war ii museum in new orleans. louisiana is a great place to visit, love the bayou country. and the big easy is a blast. stay away from bourbon street. that's gone downhill. but the rest of the town very interesting. all right. and then you get out into the cajun country, fabulous. and go to the museum. "the factor" tip of the day, you might want to put new orleans and louisiana on your to-do list. that is it for us tonight. check out the fox news factor website different from billoreilly.com. also, we would like you to spout off about "the factor" from anywhere in the world. o'reilly@foxnews.com. name and town if you wish to opine. word of the day, do not be loquacious when writing to "the factor."
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you can be loquacious. i'm bill o'reilly, please remember the spin hereb(úeç cause we're definitely looking out for you. it took just 77 minutes to change the course of our nation forever. the day september 11, 2001. nearly 3,000 innocent people murdered at the hands of terrorists.  followed government and intelligence agencies embarked on a global campaign to keep america safe. but this week they came3ib÷ und fire for how they did it. and that's where we begin this "the kelly file" special on the cia report. welcome everyone. i'm megyn kelly. tonight we take a hard look at the senat=0 intelligence report produced by all democrats that has divided the country2íñfç an officials say endangered american service personnel overseas.

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