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passport-holding jihadists are going to europe and the united states. >> we're out of time. you all have been great. thank you for being with us. appreciate it. give yourselves a hand. that's all the time we have left. thank you for being with us. see you back here soon on "hannity." "the o'reilly factor" is on tonight. >> why is bill o'reilly talking about the african-american family? it's hard to take much of this race talk seriously. >> tonight, a special report on how the left uses race and political correctness to attack people who don't agree with liberal tenets. don't miss this one. how many dead veterans do you need before somebody asks the question within the white house, maybe this guy isn't the best steward of these veterans? >> general eric shinseki in big trouble. why doesn't the president hold these people accountable? is there a war on women in america? you're one of the top women.
>> i don't think so. >> and on her last day as a tv journalist, barbara walters gives the factor a cable exclusive. >> you're the most successful tv journalist of all time. >> thank you, billy. >> caution, you are about to enter "the no spin zone." "the factor" begins right now. i'm brl wrl. i'm bill o'reilly. how political correctness is harming america. that's the subject of this evening's talking points memo. hard to believe how out of control this pc madness really is. last night, we reported a school district in north dakota stopped children from singing the song "ymca" because one of the village people who recorded the song dressed as a native american. in minnesota, colleges stopped a student exposition whereby a camel would come on campus to symbolize hump day, a diversion from exams.
why did the college of st. thomas ban that? because some students said that a camel disparages middle eastern people. sometimes i feel like i'm on "saturday night live" here reporting this stuff to you. but it's all true. there is a very serious undertone, however, to the politically correct mandates. first, p.c. wipes out dissent. you criticize a minority, you're evil. secondly, politically correct garbage gives left wing america a point of attack. i know this firsthand. a few years back, i did a segment on my late grandmother who did not like black people, even though she never met one. she was that isolated. my grandmother feared african-americans because she watched the local tv news here in new york city where many black criminals are on display. my grandmother did not understand that skin color does not define a person. she did not understand there are good and bad people of every
race. so i tried to explain to my radio audience that we're in this together as americans and we're essentially the same people no matter what color we are. i used the example of sylvia's restaurant in harlem where i dined, forgive me, with al sharpton. and i picked up the check, as i always do. i said on the radio that sylvia's was a great place and the same or better than any other restaurant. no cultural difference, trying to illustrate the foolishness of generalized bigotry. sharpton said i was condescending. recently i interviewed john calipari and asked him how he handles his players if any of them behave badly, which is known to have happened. calipari explained his players are respectful to him because he gives them a roadmap to success. the next day, i'm accused of
being a racist for even asking calipari that question because many of his players are black. do you see what's happening here? the left attacks, attacks, attacks, using minorities as the flashpoint. now, if i were a minority, i'd be furious about that. i don't want anybody using me in dishonest attacks. it's long past time for americans to stop correcting politically correctness. it's all so much bull. in fact, if i could get a camel in here, i'd put him right on the set. and that's the memo. the top story tonight, mr. benjamin, where am i going wrong here? >> well, bill, i love a sense of humor. people should have a sense of humor but there's something different going on. we are in a different america.
and i think a lot of conservative white people explain when minorities are giving valid pushback. that's to be expected -- >> like sylvia's, was that valid pushback that i can't recommend a restaurant and say it's pretty much the same as every other restaurant or i'm denigrating african-americans -- >> no, bill, i don't know the other side to that story. >> there's not another side of the story. >> there has to be. but the bigger point is what people are calling political correctness in most cases, not every case, but in most cases, is a valid pushback -- >> did you ever sing "ymca"? >> i have. >> you're disparaging native americans. rich, you sing the song, because that guy dressed up -- the village person. >> the concept of that song in new york city is gay -- >> are you disparaging gays? just give me this, just give me
this -- isn't that stupid, "ymca" ban, i'm not even getting that from the guy. >> andrea, go? >> it's completely stupid. it's insane. you brought up the gay culture. because of this hypersensitivity, you have this identity of politics pitting these progressive groups against each other. the village people are an original celebration of gay culture in new york. that's my question to you. you're stifling a band that celebrates the gay culture in new york -- >> in that context. >> this is ridiculous. this is so ridiculous. >> in new york or in hawaii, if you want to sing -- >> go ahead. >> college campuses are supposed to be a celebration of multiculturalism. they tell us we're supposed to celebrate diversity. then when we try to, we are called bigots and racists -- >> i think it's more serious --
first of all -- if you know anything about village people, it was a marketing ploy to the gays. i went to high school with the motorcycle guy and he was straight, all right? i know what that is. here's the key question, you don't get this on the right. i looked and i looked and i looked. there are loons on the right. there are. serious loons. but you don't get, you can't say this about that group, unless you're talking about some commentator they like. but in general, the conservative traditional point of view doesn't limit speech based on a certain group, like you're not going to hear rush limbaugh say, you can't have a camel because it disparages -- >> actually, you do, bill. >> give me an example. >> if you criticize ronald reagan or christmas -- >> christmas? christmas is a day, not a group. >> it doesn't matter. that's a question of free speech. >> but they're defending the attacks on it -- >> george w. bush, ronald
reagan, christmas, you criticize any of these comments on the left, the right will come down on you -- >> the conservatives are not saying you can't talk about christmas. they don't want you to ban it. that's the difference. >> they don't want you to criticize it -- >> do you know anything on the right that they ban? anything you can't talk about if you're conservative? the klan, nazis? no, we actually allow debate. >> it's not a question of debate -- >> i want to know, what are the rules? if you're black, you can only criticize a black family. if you're a female, you can only criticize a female? that's what i get. >> it's not about debate. these kids in north dakota were simply saying, with our taxpayer dollars, we don't care to celebrate the holiday this way. whether i agree or disagree -- not the holiday, the -- >> you don't want to sing "ymca" at a concert because a guy dresses up like an indian? that's insane. >> i'm not there. but the point is, it's always
about today we had the police chief of one city use racial slurs against obama -- >> you have to be held accountable. >> you can't lump them all together. >> i want to make it clear that any individual american, like sterling who does use disparaging language toward any minority group, has to be held accountable. that's not what this is about. this is about insanity. andrea, last word. >> and the village people said they didn't want donald sterling playing the "ymca" song at clippers games. so you see it -- >> we're going to see the growth of conservative identity -- the old conservative as a victim. >> i want to know what the rules are. >> the rules are -- >> i wish the progressives would tell us what's acceptable and what's not instead of blanket knee-jerking -- >> after they ban "ymca," they let the kids sing "macho man."
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an outrageous situation concerning criminal aliens convicted of violent crimes in the usa. thousands of them were released by the feds last year and are running around right now. 193 convicted killers were let go. 426 convicted sexual offenders. 300 convicted kidnappers and more than 1,000 criminals convicted of aggravated assault. why is this happening? lou dobbs looked into it. why is this happening? >> it's happening because the
department of homeland security and our president decided it would happen. it is that simple. it is a policy of immigration customs enforcement, a part of homeland security, to release these people. it's a demonstration. >> after they serve their time in prison, right? >> no, no, no. >> no, don't even have to serve their time? >> no, they don't even have to go to prison. in fact, these folks are being released so that the department of homeland security can demonstrate to all of us that they don't really need those 32,000 detainee beds that they have and that if you are an illegal immigrant, you don't even have to be an illegal immigrant in this case, because we don't know how many of these were illegal immigrants -- >> it really doesn't matter, does it? if you commit a violent crime in the u.s., you're out of here. unless it's murder or something like that. they released a bunch of murderers and i can't believe that they didn't serve any time. they must have served some time.
they get out -- that's when the problem starts because their home country doesn't want them back. >> there are a couple of questions here that the department of homeland security won't answer that we're asking. i talked with a woman, jessica vaughn, of the centers for immigration studies, who authored the report. they can't even find out where these people were released, under what circumstances, what parts of the country and whether or not they can really follow up and recapture them. there are only 20,000 i.c.e. agents in the country. they're starting out with 36,000 people they would have to recapture. >> it's almost beyond belief. but there was a supreme court ruling back in 2001 that said that the homeland security of the u.s. government cannot detain an immigrant, illegal or otherwise, indefinitely. >> right. >> so what happens is they get convicted of a terrible crime here, whether they have a green card legally or they're illegal. >> right. >> they serve some time.
then they get out. their time is up. and algeria says, we're not taking them back. don't put them on a plane back here. >> or china. >> or china, any country. then they're nationless. they don't have anywhere to go. and the u.s. government can't keep them in a pen. so they're walking around doing what they want. >> interestingly, these murderers, these people convicted of homicide, just take that group of people, what difference does that make? they should not be unleashed on society. it is the choice of this president -- >> what would you do? this is the question. of course in theory, you don't want these people out. but if their country's not going to take them back and you don't want them here, you drop them in the ocean? what do you do with them? >> i would strongly recommend that if you are dealing with convicted murderers -- this is just me guessing wildly, i'm hardly an expert. but i don't think i would turn convicted killers loose on american society -- >> where would you put them, though? >> left in the prison in which
they find themselves. >> but then you're violating the supreme court decision that you can't detain them indefinitely -- >> not necessarily because it doesn't -- first of all, homicide. secondly, it's for an indefinite period of time. >> but the judge gives them 12 to life and they get out in 15 and they're walking around. but this is a scandal, another scandal. i think that -- >> by the way, it's a reputation of a scandal that preceded it by a year in which the department of homeland security just simply decided, immigration and customs enforcement, released 2,000 offenders into society and had plans to release thousands more. the house judiciary committee caught them in midstream of that catch and release -- it's madness. >> lou, thank you. we might mention that lou dobbs has a new book out called "border war." nice gift for father's day.
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a scandal at the veterans administration. in phoenix, there are charges the local v.a. covered up delays in medical treatment for about 1,500 vets causing some of them to actually die. general eric shinseki is in charge of the v.a. >> how many dead veterans do you need before somebody asks the question within the white house, maybe this guy isn't the best steward of these veterans? >> that question, jake, is are we doing everything we can to get the veterans the care and the opportunities -- >> but you're not. this letter was sent a year ago and you guys ignored it. >> we have been aggressively ensuring that.
people are held to account. >> now, there has been trouble at the v.a. for years. we know it firsthand here. viewers have donated $20,000 to donate high-tech wheelchairs for the veterans. the v.a. should be doing that. but it's not. and we have not even heard from them about our support of the independence fund, the charity providing the chairs. geraldo rivera is here to analyze. i don't think there's any doubt because the undersecretary for health in the department of the v.a. was forced to quit today, a guy named dr. robert petzel. >> he's the first to fall. he was the one hands-on in charge of the quality of care at the v.a. i'd like to say more about that -- >> but, remember, in the beginning, the v.a. denied all this -- >> petzel has been involved in controversies for at least six months, well predates the
deaths. he's the man who presided over the standard of care during the outbreak of legionnaire's disease. it was a hospital-borne infection. he's also the person who presided over these cumbersome and deadly weights. petzel was the line guy in charge. the question is, does his resignation today, this surprise resignation, does it take pressure off the v.a. secretary, does it take -- >> shinseki. >> general shinseki. is he now insulated from some of this controversy because the person actually in charge of the health care has now resigned? or will there be further probes? i suspect now that the fbi's investigating the allegations that people died on the waiting list, that shinseki's fate is still not determined. >> i think it is determined.
i think that like sebelius he will go. but they play this political game. they never get you out immediately. they just let it go. and some time in september or october, mark my words, shinseki will just resign. has to. because they don't have any credibility left. his own doctors -- this is what sealed it for me. people working in phoenix at the v.a. hospital on camera going, hey, not only did they have this secret list that people were waiting for care and they knew about it, but when we told them about it, we, the doctors -- the doctors and the nurses at the v.a. hospital, they're not accountable for this. they do a good job. we told them in washington. they didn't do anything about it. >> it's interesting you mention sebelius. i think the paralels with healthcare.gov are absolute. what it speaks to and the reason the president is worried about this, it speaks to his managerial capabilities. the the obama administration
administrate? >> what's the answer to that? >> remember up until this, even with the legionnaire's disease outbreak, the patients in the v.a., once you become a patient, they say the care with 25 million people who use the v.a. say the care is superior -- >> that goes to the doctors and nurses and personnel working there. >> fair enough. >> not shinseki -- >> shinseki's the man in charge. >> he doesn't hire medical personnel. >> if he's going to be the person -- the buck stops here. he has to give credit to the quality of care -- you can't convict a war hero -- >> i'm not convicting him of anything. >> let the fbi investigate. there may have been crimes committed. >> is that the same fbi investigating benghazi? we haven't found anybody there, have we?
is that the same obama administration that was supposed to protect a guy -- >> this has more legs than the benghazi scandal. >> geraldo rivera, there he is. don't take it personally. don't go outside tonight. i'd like to thank jean and herbert siegel who donated $45,000 to the independence fund to buy free track chairs. they did it through the jewish communal fund. >> what about the donation you made to my charity? you curmudgeon -- >> don't spread that around. plenty more ahead. bar bara walter retired today. i asked her some political questions on the war on women. whoopi goldberg saying men have a right to hit women if they hit them first. stay tuned for those reports.
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my interview with barbara walters part two. she retired from regular tv duties today. there was a big tribute on "the view" as ladies lined up to hug, a lot of hugging, a lot of celebratory stuff, everybody paying homage to ms. walters. but before she left the stage, i asked her a few political questions. is there a war on women in america? you're one of the top women. >> i don't think so. >> okay, no war on women. >> i don't think so. somebody asked me recently was i
a feminist? and i thought, that's an old-fashioned word now. with exceptions, women can do whatever the men do. >> i'm glad you said that. that's the biggest phony issue i've ever heard. do you have any resentment against men? ha harry reasoner gave you a hard time. the other journalists were derisive toward you. i heard bad things about you. i never saw it myself. but do you have any resentment against male colleagues -- >> no. >> did they hurt you? >> no, i didn't like some of the things -- i had to fight against them. i think there was the old school of hard news and it should be men. but i like men. i enjoy being with men. i don't have a problem and i don't have resentment. >> because jennings thought you were a softball -- >> peter was his own piece of work, shall we say. >> i asked him, why are you
giving her a hard time? she's getting information from these people. then he told me to shut up and get out of his way. i saw it firsthand. you told me, you don't have any resentment against these guys? >> i don't have time for a lot of resentment. my time was spent doing my homework, trying to ask the best questions. i didn't spend a lot of time saying, i'm going to get even. i don't think that way. >> you're a liberal woman. you're sympathetic to pro-choice people, politically correct people. remember when i was on "the view" and some of them ran off when i said that muslims didn't kill us on 9/11? you were sitting next to me. you knew what i meant. you knew it was muslim extremists. >> i have my own views. but when i'm working professionally, i try to keep my
own views out. >> but you can't on "the view". >> but i do. i'm not sure everybody who watches the show knows what my political feelings are -- >> everybody knows you're liberal, barbara. >> i am? >> everyone knows. but i want to know this. when you saw behar and goldberg, two uber-liberals -- when they ran off, you knew what i was saying. >> i said it on the air -- this is their show. we are the hosts. you don't do that to a guest. >> why do you think they did it? >> because they felt personally assaulted -- >> really? >> we're going into old stuff. >> this is what everybody remembers. >> this is your show and you're in charge. you take what the guest gives and you work with it. you don't get up and walk out in a huff. i told them that. >> i want to say something. you have just seen what should not happen.
we should be able to have discussions without washing our hands and screaming and walking off stage. i love my colleagues. that should not have happened. >> let's move ahead. you told "tv guide" that oprah winfrey is a person you could not interview enough. >> did i say that? i guess i felt that about oprah and i feel it about some others and i'm going to throw out names -- these are not the ones that i think are the top interviews but they're people i could interview again and again. bette midler, cher, i haven't interviewed her in years but cher was always original. there are those you can interview again and again. and there are certain people you do it once and you've got it. i could interview you every day and find stuff to talk to you about. >> thank you, i appreciate that. >> that's one of the reasons you do a show every day. >> i think that journalism has changed in america, particularly
on television, that it's become now a forum to advance agendas. do you understand what i'm saying? rather than delivering news and facts to people, that the news agencies have turned now to push certain people. i think barack obama is a good example of how the media got behind him and promoted him. to this day, many of them still do. do you disagree? >> i don't think this is what's happened to news. i think what's happened to news is that it's gotten lighter and lighter. we don't have news magazines anymore. they almost don't exist. the ones that we have are more tabloids. and everybody wants it to be fun and everybody wants to be ready to laugh and sort of to be like "the view." that's what i think -- >> why am i so successful? >> god knows. >> darth vader here. >> you know why you're so successful, since this may be my last time with you -- because you're smart and you're courageous and you can take it
as well as you give it. okay? >> all right, ms. walters. we wish you the best. i said you're the most successful woman tv journalist of all time. it is absolutely a fact. and i think everybody should understand that. >> thank you, billy. >> ms. walters has always been respectful to me and others here at the fox news channel. she deserves credit for that and for simply being a legend. when we come back, whoopi goldberg on women physically attacking men. and the pinheads of the week, moments away. good job! still runnng in the morning? yeah. getting your vegebles every day? when i can. [ bop ]
i'm bill o'reilly. an amazing statement by liberal eleanor cliff about the benghazi terror attack. >> the organization has investigated this to death. this animates the right wing of the republican party and i would like to point out that ambassador stevens was not murdered. he died of smoke inhalation in a safe room in that cia installation -- boneheaded statement,age that gretchen carlson and bernard mcguirk.
>> who newel nknew eleanor was n the game? here she is -- mclaughlin's teeth almost flew out of his mouth. it's offensive -- >> pretty offensive. >> very offensive. it would be like saying some of the 9/11 victims committed suicide by jumping out of the building. that's how offensive it is, how stupid it is -- >> i have to say two things. number one, one of our producers, ron mitchell, says ms. cliff is one of the nicest people he's ever dealt with. so this is impersonal. number two, she's elderly and i don't know if she has a full grasp anymore of what she's actually saying -- >> she got a chance to reaffirm those thoughts in another interview. she stuck with it. but there were two very wrong things in that one statement. she said every media
organization that has investigated this to death. i would beg to differ with that. that's not true. ambassador stevens was murdered. i don't care if it was smoke inhalation -- >> everyone knows that except for eleanor. >> even the administration now knows that. >> enough of her. we're worry she said it. but she did and we have to hold her accountable. whoopi goldberg, that is about the jay-z elevator deal. there's a lot of social implications here. throw this stupid video up here. they're in the elevator. there's beyonce, there's her sister, solange, and there's jay-z who's getting wailed on by solange. she doesn't like him that night. that's enough of that. come back to me now. then whoopi goldberg says this -- >> here's the thing. if anybody hits you, you have the right -- i know that many people are raised in a very different way. but if a woman hits you, to me, you have the right to hit her back.
if i slap a man, he has every right to slap me back. >> all right, carlson. >> the bible does say an eye for an eye -- >> that's the old testament, not the new. >> i know, i know. but as a parent with my kids, if they're slapping each other, i let them duke it out amongst each other. >> those are kids. >> when you're adults, i do not believe that you should encourage violence. if somebody's attacking you -- i think jayd did the right thing. however, have you thought about it in the reverse? what if that video showed jayd. >> you're debating the key issue. should men have the right to hit a woman physically -- i'm 6'4", 200 pounds. if some woman doesn't like me and some of them don't, comes up -- >> some? >> and punches me in the knee, do i have the right to -- >> no, you don't. you would be arrested as well as she would be arrested. >> you say? >> this is one of the reasons why i like whoopi goldberg.
she says stuff that's out of the box. but in this case, she's way off base. moral questions aside, it's bad advice. anytime any guy hits a woman, if the cop shows up, you are going to be in handcuffs. and try saying, whoopi said it was okay. it's not going to work. >> but what you said is guys are physically stronger -- if my daughter has a few pops and her boyfriend smacks her in the mouth, i'm not into that. >> as you pointed out correctly, jay-z did the right thing. and to every man out there, you should watch the ali/foreman fight. you put your hands up to let her hit you on the thing -- tire herself out, she'll collapse and you'll leave. >> would it be the same in reverse? >> it's a theory. i don't want to get into theories. >> it could be a double standard
in that. >> i want everybody to calm down. we'll have more with carlson and mcguirk. whoopi got so frustrated with me she ran off the stage and started hitting the stage manager. that's not true. the pinheads of the week, we'll be right back. back with it. america's newest real estate brand is all ready the brand of the year. berkshire hathaway home services. good to know.
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pinheads of the week, gretchen carlson and bernard mcguirk. gretchen has chosen two dallas, texas, talk show people. >> when parents do not have a choice as to whether or not they want their children to see this, it's wrong. it's the same thing when you turn on community and you -- >> i don't watch any of that.
>> don't watch it. >> it's being pushed in faces. >> has he been kissing his wife -- >> get a room. >> leave it alone. >> i don't think there's any argument about that -- >> okay. you're going to leave. >> no, i'm going to midland. >> okay. >> that's a long walk. dallas to midland. this was about the football player, michael sam, drafted and his boyfriend and they were smooching and espn zeroed in on it. and the lady guest, she didn't want to see that. but why are you picking the two hosts as pinheads? >> only because of intolerance. it seems to always happen this way. when a woman has a conservative opinion as the two women in the center of this show did, they're not to be heard. >> why did she walk out? why did she go to midland? >> this went on for about eight to nine minutes. >> it seems like in that clip,
they're trying to defuse the situation. >> as a parent myself, i have to tell you when i saw that clip, the first thing that went through my mind is not if it's right or wrong -- i know my son is going to be i would rather be there with him when -- >> i would rather not to see it myself, but i don't want anybody make out during the draft >> he loves sports, and i know he's going to be watching it -- >> it's a valid opinion to say look, public displays of affection in the middle of a football draft, not appropriate. >> you know what happen after? >> he said mom, it's no big deal -- >> how old is he? >> nine. >> i have a line and i'm not going to say it, if i did i would make trouble. >> do it, bill. >> no. >> your pinhead, the one you have chosen is the operation of cnn, everyone involved. >> uh-oh. >> pretty much, yeah. >> for what reason? >> look, this guy donald sterling, of course, the tape came out and he's a racist old horn dog pig skunk.
he got what he deserved. adam silver, the commissioner came out -- >> all right. he got what he deserved, so what is the beef? >> barbara walters interviews the girlfriend. on the weekend, radar online releases the tape from the guy's pimp and completely exposing him as a nut job on top of a racist old skunk and monday morning barbara walters goes on good morning america and says i won't use dementia, i'm not a doctor. i found him vague and confused. i had to repeat some things and i could get the impression how someone sees him demeanted and cnn puts him on. in other words -- >> you don't believe the guy is on his right mind. >> anything he did -- >> i got to be honest. if i got the opportunity to take him, i would take him. maybe i'm a pinhead. it's tv. it's tv. >> the only thing they didn't do is ask him if he knew where the plane was. >> the racist -- >> vice president biden, with all due respect, of course, a
charity thing again. a charity thing. i criticized him a few years ago because he gave 1.5% of his income to charity as opposed to mitt romney giving 30%. this is in 2012. we learned yesterday that the vice president upped his donations to charity to $20,000 on a $410,000 gross between him and his wife. however, the wife had a children's book, an all -- almost all of the charitable donations are because of the children's book. all right? so biden didn't give anything. his wife writes the children's book, all the proceeds go to charity, about 20 k. what does joe give? what does joe give? joe, what are you giving! >> you scared me. >> he didn't expect you to do the investigation. >> he's a pinhead, is he not. >> he's been busted for this before. >> i know, gore, too.
i say right here, i'm publishing -- i say the vice president challenge, buy a track share for one of the amputees and blind vets, right? >> it cost a lot of money -- >> 10 grand. >> to keep the hair plugs tight. >> is that fair? >> that is fair. >> i will then reese -- pull back, i don't know what i'm saying. revise my pinhead status if he buys a track chair because he should. >> there is your challenge. >> president obama did a lot of good work with those track chairs, everybody should know that but biden, not giving money to charity and stop it. all right. thank you. factor tip of the day, what i said that surprised entertainment tonight. moments away. ♪ can you hear it? ♪ fueling the american spirit. ♪ no matter when, ♪ no matter where, ♪ marathon will take you there. ♪
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political, why were the clintons and obamas there and not the bushes? they had scheduling conflicts. ironic the song ymca being banned. village people appeal to a gay audience, but the song is a snappy toon about a youth. any other implications exist for marketing reasons. barbara, walnut creek, california, the c in ymca stands for christian. i'm sure that will offend people. when you miller do the bolder-fresher show open farg go, north dakota should sing ymca in honor of the school district there. excellent idea. we will be there on july 26th, minneapolis june 7th. tickets make great father's day gifts. james carville is offended by
the name washington redskins? well as a catholic, i object to the new orleans saints. i find it disrespectful to label aggressive men as saints. if you were a tree bill, what kind of tree would you be? kind of flour? i would be a venus fly trap, jim, no question. michael, savannah, georgia, bill, you forgot to tell barbara walters she succeeded all these years because of white privilege. sarcasm noted. lauren cohen, johnson city, new york. my daughter heard jews killed jesus. i would like to teach her the real story. "the last days of jesus" are for her. the truth will get around in johnson city. george tennessee, bill, i could not resist your offer to renew my billoreilly.com membership. thanks for the free book, pen and tote. our best deal for new premium
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i feel terrible for jay-z and t think that they should as so be held up to ridicule. >> so you have sympathy for beyonce and her family? >> absolutely. >> when someone asks you a question, always answer from the heart. don't calculate what you should say. that's phony. however, if you believe your answer will get you attacked or do damage, don't say anything. the best reply to a dubious questions, let me think about it. factor tip of the day. that is it for us tonight. check out the fox news factor website and also, spout off about the factor from anywhere in the world, o'reilly at foxnews.com, o'reilly at foxnews.com, name and town, name and town if you wish to opine. word of the day don't be craven. if you are mad as hell about something, we want to know about that. it's mad as hell at foxnews.com and ask dennis if you have a
question for miller, got a lot of stuff going on. interactive. again, thanks for watching us tonight. "kelly file" is next. i'm bill o'reilly. please remember, the spin stops here. we're definitely looking out for you. i'm martha mccallum live in new york city and tonight, breaking tonight in a "kelly file" exclusive, new details on some top democrats the irs and questions whether or not the lawmakers were involved in the agency's targeting of conservative groups. plus, just days after an explosive report on how administration knowingly released rapist, thieves and killers facing deportation, there is now talk of executive action to relax the rules even further. >> so could that happen? >> i believe it will and it should. >> we'll investigate what this means. and then.