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Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Ignoring Incompetence
Guest:James Carville
On September 19th, a mentally disturbed man hopped the White House fence and got all the way into the mansion without being stopped by secret service guards. As we've said before, the Obama administration has not been strong when it comes to accountability. The White House has seen a number of scandals over the years but the folks responsible were rarely take to task. In a move predicted by The Factor, the Secret Service chief Julia Pierson is out of there. James Carville on that.
First Ebola Case the USA
Guest:John Stossel
In West Africa, estimates are that more than three thousand people have died from the Ebola disease. Now, a report that a man in Dallas, TX is in isolation with the disease after flying to the U.S. from West Africa. Should we start cracking down on who is allowed in the country? We'll debate it.
Marine Behind Bars in Mexico
Guest: Rep. Ed Joyce (R-CA)
Will Mexico finally release Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi who is being held in a Tijuana prison for weapons violations? Congressman Ed Royce from California has some new details?
Is the Economy Improving?
Guests: Molly Line & Eric Shawn
The other night, in an interview with "60 Minutes", President Obama claimed that Americans are better off than they were 6 years ago. Is that true? Truth Serum on that tonight.
The D-Man Returns!
Guest:Dennis Miller
Tonight the D-Man opines on the White House fence jumper, the NFL penalizing a player for praying during a touchdown celebration and the O'Reilly Factor's new theme music! Don't miss Miller tonight.
Feud at the View
Guest: Martha MacCallum
A flare-up between Rosie O'Donnell and Whoopi Goldberg on The View and global warming leading to...terrorism?. Can that be right?! Martha explains.
The David Lynch Foundation Helping Children
Director David Lynch has a foundation that enables poor children to engage in transcendental meditation, which can help some kids immensely.
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