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Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Parchments
Trusting President Obama
Guests:Simon Rosenberg & Michael Rubin
A Fox News poll recently asked "Do you think "honest" describes President Obama or not?" 43% said it does. 54% said it doesn't describe him. 3% don't know. What accounts for President Obama's trust deficit here? How much of a role does it play in Iran putting faith in the U.S. when it comes to a nuke deal? We'll debate it tonight with two foreign policy experts who see the situation very differently.
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Donald Trump on how he would Handle Nuclear Negotiations with Iran
Guest:Donald Trump
Tonight we'll ask one of the best negotiators in the world - Donald Trump - how he would handle a nuclear deal with Iran. Mr. Trump talks about what he thinks the president is doing wrong when it comes to the deal and the dangers that come along with it.
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Hillary Clinton Slipping in Swing States
Guests:Kirsten Powers & Monica Crowley
A brand new Quinnipiac poll in Florida and Pennsylvania shows Hillary Clinton slipping when it comes to the 2016 election. Some say her email scandal is to blame for dipping support. Tonight we'll debate whether the email situation will follow Mrs. Clinton to the presidential election.
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Maria Bartiromo's Interesting Story
Guest:Maria Bartiromo
Tonight we bring to you our "Did You Know That?" segment with Fox Business Anchor Maria Bartiromo. Did you know Maria was the first reporter ever to report live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange? Do you know Ramones singer Joey Ramone wrote a song in honor of Maria? Tune in tonight to hear all about her interesting life.
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What Happened to the Looters in Ferguson, MO?
Guests:Kimberly Guilfoyle & Lis Wiehl
About 50 people were arrested for looting in the Ferguson, Missouri riots. What has the criminal justice system done to them? We've been investigating the situation and will tell you tonight.
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Controversy in Indiana
Guests:Laura Ingraham
The state of Indiana passed a law allowing people of faith to challenge in court activities that would go against their consciences. Some believe the law targets gays for discrimination. Tonight Laura Ingraham will assess the controversial situation.
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Viewers Sound Off
Factor Words of the Day
Ron Mackie, Rumford, RI: "Bill, forty-five years ago today, I was carrying an M-79 in Vietnam. I have compassion for those who make mistakes in combat, but Bow Bergdahl deserted from a secure base camp all the while hating America. Throw away the key."

Vincent Sbarro, Underhill, VT: "Duty, honor, country. Bergdahl walked away from those words and caused good men to be killed looking for him. He has been shown enough mercy already by the unjustifiable trade."

Sgt. Domenic DeLucia, Orlando, FL: "Mr. O'Reilly, I am Catholic and deeply offended by the media attacks on Christianity. I fought to protect free speech, but it is disheartening to see my beliefs attacked."

Scott Hegquist, Andover, MN: "We Christians do have to stand up against the aggression of the anti-God agenda. It is our duty to do so."
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Saluting Stevie Nicks
We can all take a cue from pop star Stevie Nicks. According to the USO, the Fleetwood Mac vocalist holds the record for the most time spent visiting wounded combat veterans.
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Lawrence April 01, 2015 at 5:30 AM
Donald Trump is absolutely right. You got a get tough with our enemies, especially when you're at the negotiating table with countries who would like to kill us. But this does not matter to Obama. He just keeps playing the political game and no regard for the United States of America. The most dangerous man to the United States is the president of the United States.
The Ponderer April 01, 2015 at 5:24 AM
I hope that Christians do step up and make no apologies for what they believe. Stand up and reclaim their constitutional right to worship without harassment and ridicule. Gays do not need to wear badges of identification, but it would be prudent and responsible to stop picking fights with those whom they know ( the bakeries and florists were targeted) are uncomfortable with gay marriage. I have not read that it is a common occurrence for a gay couple to be refused a cupcake or a posy. The businesses don't want to participate in the marriage ceremony. Find another bakery or florist and stop the mean spirited activism.
DK April 01, 2015 at 4:35 AM
Why is it necessary to give a "pass" to people, allowing them to discriminate? Oh! They're religious, they're allowed to discriminate!

Umm....no. No pass.


I believe that it is discrimination unless it involves asking the business owner to perform a service that condones sin.......eating at a restaurant is not condoning any sin, buying gas is not condoning sin, baking a wedding cake for a gay marriage is forced acceptance of a sin if you don't believe in gay marriages. If you cannot see the difference then you must not see homosexuality as a sin and that's ok but don't force your morals on those that do.
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