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Tuesday, November 24, 2015
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Is World War Getting Closer?
Guests: Lt. Col Ralph Peters & Ambassador Nicholas Burns
This morning in Turkey, a Russian fighter jet was shot out of the sky by the Turkish military. The two countries have bad blood over Syrian President Assad. Turkey wants him gone but Vladimir Putin is working to prop Assad up. Tonight we'll talk about escalating chaos in the Middle East and if a world war could be coming.
Race & Politics
Guest: Dana Perino
As we discussed with Donald Trump last night, the left is trying to brand him as racist. Will that hurt the Republican party in the upcoming election?
Refugee Debate
Guest: Bernie Goldberg
The liberal press is calling for America to show sympathy to the Syrian refugees. Tonight we'll show you what they're saying and Bernie will weigh in on whether the media's coverage has been fair.
The Decline of White Christians
Guests: Andrea Tantaros & Jennice Fuentes
According to a study by the Pew Research Center, 46% of American adults are white Christians. That's down from 55% in 2007. Andrea and Jennice join us tonight to talk about the implications of this trend.
Black Lives Matter
Guests: Kimberly Guilfoyle & Lis Wiehl
As we've reported, the Black Lives Matter group has gained traction among the Left in America by saying the American system is out to punish black people. At the same time, black on black violent crime in America has proven to be a troubling situation. Is Black Lives Matter focusing on the wrong issues? Tonight we'll talk about a few violent situations seen this week.
More College Protests
Guests: Kennedy & Bernard McGuirk
More college controversy as Princeton students demand that President Woodrow Wilson's name be removed from campus buildings over claims of his racism.
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