[VIDEO] Mark Steyn: ‘If You Can Reduce Domestic Terror, Why Not Try?’

Author speaks out in favor of travel restrictions on ‘Your World’





[VIDEO] Former Navy SEAL: We Should Wipe Missile Test Sites Off the Face of the Earth 

Iran Missile




[VIDEO] Senator Lee: We Have the Tools to Confirm Judge Gorsuch



[VIDEO] Rep. Blackburn: Mexican President Would’ve Well-Served to Meet with Trump



[VIDEO] Cavuto to CNN: How Does it Feel?

“Take it from me, taking truth to power can be powerfully unsettling if that power sets its sights on you and attacks you and dismisses you and ignores you. It didn’t matter so much when it wasn’t about you before, CNN. Very different now that it’s you being singled out, CNN. Doesn’t seem very fair now, does it? …

Isn’t it obnoxious and unfair how some celebrate your plight? Kind of feels like the way you celebrated ours, doesn’t it? They say payback’s a bitch. If only you would take a moment to rewind the tape and see the shoe is on the other foot. Or am I confusing it with the one now kicking you in the ass?

You see, it’s hard to tell from where I sit. Back then, your silence was deafening. Very different now, isn’t it? And I suspect — just suspect — not much fun.”

Some of this is at least a little unfair. When Obama and Anita Dunn first uncorked the War On Fox in October 2009, they tried to freeze Fox out of the White House pool. That prompted the White House Correspondents Association to protest, and within a few weeks, that freeze ended — even if the combative nature of Obama et al on Fox did not. Read the rest of this entry »

[VIDEO] Jane Sanders: ‘It Would Be Nice’ If FBI Sped Up Clinton Email Investigation

Set Your DVRs: GOP Debate Schedule


Here’s the current schedule for future Republican primary debates, via U.S. Presidential Election News, to be updated if necessary:

Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Fox Business/WSJ Republican Debate
9pm ET (8pm CT, 6pm PT) – Main Debate
6pm ET (5pm CT, 3pm PT) – Undercard Debate
Aired On: Fox Business Network (Channel finder)
Location: Milwaukee Theatre in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Sponsors: Fox Business Network, Wall Street Journal
Moderators: Neil Cavuto, Maria Bartiromo, and Gerard Baker
Candidates: Candidates who score 2.5 percent or higher in an average of the four most recent national polls conducted through Nov. 4 will be invited to the main debate stage, the rest on the undercard stage

Tuesday, December 15, 2015
CNN/Salem Republican Debate
Aired On: CNN
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Sponsors: CNN, Salem Media Group
Candidates: To be determined

January, 2016 (Date TBD)
Fox News Republican Debate
Aired On: Fox News Channel
Location: Iowa
Sponsors: Fox News
Candidates: To be determined

Saturday, February 6, 2016
ABC/IJReview Republican Debate
Aired On: ABC
Location: St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire
Sponsors: ABC News,
Candidates: To be determined

Saturday, February 13, 2016
CBS News Republican Debate
Aired On: CBS
Location: The Peace Center in Greenville, South Carolina
Sponsors: CBS News
Moderator: John Dickerson
Candidates: TBD

Friday, February 26, 2016
Republican Debate
Aired On: ?
Location: University of Houston in Houston, Texas
Sponsors: National Review and NBC/Telemundo
Candidates: To be determined
Notes: NBC News has been removed by the RNC as a sponsor – details here.

March, 2016*
Fox News Republican Debate
Aired On: Fox News Channel
Location: TBD
Sponsors: Fox News
Candidates: To be determined

Thursday, March 10, 2016
CNN/Salem Republican Debate
Aired On: CNN
Location: Florida
Sponsors: CNN, Salem Media Group
Candidates: To be determined


Though the specific language of the draft letter is still in flux, one particular question contains a laundry list of behaviors and activities that media should commit to notdoing during future debates:

  • Ask the candidates to raise their hands to answer a question
  • Ask yes/no questions without time to provide a substantive answer
  • Have a “lightening round”
  • Allow candidate-to-candidate questioning
  • Allow props or pledges by the candidates
  • Have reaction shots of the members moderators during debates
  • Use behind shots of the candidates showing their notes
  • Show an empty podium during the break (describe how far away the bathrooms are)
  • Leave microphones on during breaks
  • Allow members of the audience to wear political messages (shirts, buttons, signs, etc.)

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Fox News Host Apologizes for Inviting Alleged Fake CIA Analyst


Neil Cavuto told viewers that if the charges are true, ‘that’s big and that’s on me.’

Bradford Richardson reports: Fox News’s Neil Cavuto is apologizing for inviting a man who is accused of falsely presenting himself as an ex-CIA agent on his show.

“You have the right to expect that guests who appear here to be who they say they are. Now it’s a very rare slip-up, but it’s a very big slip-up and I will make doubly sure something like this never, ever happens again. I value your trust, and I promise to work very hard to regain it.”

— Neil Cavuto

Wayne Simmons, who was arrested on Thursday for allegedly committing major fraud, wire fraud, and making false statements to the government, was a guest expert on “Your World with Neil Cavuto.”

CIA Floor

Cavuto said if the charges are true, “that’s big, and that’s on me, and only me.”

[Read the full story here, at TheHill]

“You have the right to expect that guests who appear here to be who they say they are,” Cavuto said on his show on Friday. “Now it’s a very rare slip-up, but it’s a very big slip-up and I will make doubly sure something like this never, ever happens again. I value your trust, and I promise to work very hard to regain it.” Read the rest of this entry »

[VIDEO] Battle of Generations: ‘Bitter Boomer vs Millennial’ FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and National Review Reporter Jillian Melchior

FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and National Review Reporter Jillian Melchior battle it out over the millennial and boomer generations.

Watch Charlie Gasparino and Neil Cavuto talk about Lifestyle Budget on Cavuto.


[VIDEO] Mitt Romney on Bambi/Bibi Blowup: ‘Hell Hath No Fury Like Obama Scorned’

At The Corner, Brendan Bordelon writes:

Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney had a simple explanation for the ongoing friction between President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister obama-incandescentBenjamin Netanyahu: “Hell hath no fury like Obama scorned.”

“Well there’s a lot going on here. I think the first thing that comes to mind is, hell hath no fury like Obama scorned.”

After Obama again ribbed Bibi over his comments on Palestinian statehood during a joint press conference with the Afghani president on Tuesday, Romney spoke with Fox News’s Neil Cavuto about the continuing spat between the American and Israeli leaders.

Romney added that part of the friction stems from a deeper source.

“What this is really about is Iran. And I think that the White House is trying to minimize Bibi Netanyahu and minimize Israel’s concerns at the the same time they’re trying to push through an agreement with Iran.”

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National Review

[VIDEO] Cavuto vs. Michele Bachmann Re: Federal Lawsuit Over Executive Orders

Heated Exchange: Fox Host Yells At Michele Bachmann For Trying To Sue Obama: ‘You’re Being Silly’. During an interview with Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN), Cavuto belittled the effort as “an enormous waste of effort” and “a political football,” suggesting that President George W. Bush used similar executive authority.

The segment devolved into a shouting match, with Cavuto laughing off Bachmann’s indignation about Obama’s use of executive powers.

 Full Interview – YouTube

[VIDEO] Passion: War Veteran Montel Williams Speaks Out on the VA Scandal

Montel Williams gave a passionate, emotional speech about the need for congress and the administration to stop dragging their feet and being political with veterans problems and get them corrected. He was attending a veterans picnic in Myrtle Beach for Memorial Day.

[UPDATE Also see: VIDEO BELOW War veteran and talk show host Montel Williams sits down with Neil Cavuto to discuss the VA scandal and speak out against the poor treatment our veterans are receiving.]

Montel Williams is an American veteran, and he is particularly incensed about the scandal over veteran deaths as a result of secret waiting lists. Moreover, he was bothered by how President Obama was at West Point, yet didn’t take a moment to apologize for how his administration has dropped ball on veterans’ health.

Williams told Neil Cavuto that giving Secretary Shinseki the boot won’t really fix much. He said soldiers left the battlefield abroad only to come back to another battlefield at home, saying he is “angry” as hell because “our guys went over, they’ve left body parts, some of them never made it back, some of them are here now but their souls are still there, and we have the audacity to turn our back on them right this second.” Read the rest of this entry »

Charles Krauthammer Shows Up Drunk on Megyn Kelly’s Set, Unannounced

John Shinkle/POLITICO

“I apologize for my lack of discretion, I don’t usually allow my comments to get personal. I deeply regret the condition I was in during my appearance. I am in discussions with Fox senior executives, and I believe we’ll come to an  understanding. Though I have no plans to discontinue my commentary, I will take a few weeks to reflect.”

said Dr. Charles Krauthammer, hours after his disruptive appearance on Megyn Kelly‘s The Kelly File, where he was not scheduled to appear.

“Charles just showed up on Kelly’s show, in the middle of a live broadcast. He’d been drinking. We didn’t see him enter. A staff member here said he’d just been reading the Washington Post, and talking to Neil Cavuto on the phone about something, then started throwing books, framed pictures, and coffee cups, saying he was late for his appearance, grumbling about his schedule. But then he went to the wrong studio, at the wrong time. It looks like he just snapped,” said an associate producer. “I’ve never seen anything like it.”

“A box of cereal could do a better job of running the White House than that jackass.”

“The funny thing was, I’ve never seen him so honest, so unguarded. Before we cut his microphone, he was really on a roll.”

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