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Friday, March 27, 2015
Parchments
Iran and the Growing Chaos in the Middle East
Guest:Wesley Clark
The power struggle between the U.S. and Iran for influence over Iraq, Syria, and now Yemen is intensifying and getting messier by the day. On top of that, the deadline to reach the framework of a nuclear deal with Iran is just four days away. Some of the president's allies are saying this nuke deal could be a bad one. Are we going down the wrong road here? We'll debate it.
Defending the President
Guest:Ed Henry
The President's middle east policies are going up in smoke but the administration's defense of those policies is as strong as ever. How long will they stick to their guns? Ace White House reporter Ed Henry has the latest.
What Will Happen to Bowe Bergdahl?
Guest:John Flannery
The New York Times says Bowe Bergdahl should not be prosecuted for deserting his unit in Afghanistan. They say his psychological state played a big role in leaving his fellow troops behind. We'll debate whether they have a valid case.
Alarming New Details
Guest:Kyle Bailey
Alarming new details about the co-pilot of Germanwings flight 9525. Investigators revealed that 27 year old Andreas Lubitz was being treated for an unspecified medical condition in the days leading up to the crash. He hid this condition from the airline He also suffered from depression. So how was he able to slip through the cracks here? We'll ask aviation expert Kyle Bailey tonight.
End of the road
Guests:Carrie Sheffield & Jessica Tarlov
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid announced today that he will not seek re-election in 2016 after serving in the senate for nearly three decades: How does this change the political landscape in America?
Powerful New Movie
Guests:Jonathan Morris & Robert Jeffress
"Killing Jesus" will premiere this Sunday at 8pm eastern on National Geographic. As we've told you, the movie is a historical one is not a religious film so that begs the question: Should congregations encourage parishioners to see the movie? Our Fox religious analysts weigh in.
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