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Vetoed! Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has vetoed the controversial bill that would have allowed business owners to deny service to gays and lesbians because of religious beliefs. John breaks it down with Weekly Standard writer John McCormack.
Leading from Behind? According to Deputy Editorial Page Director of the Wall Street Journal Dan Henninger, for the past five years the U.S. has been leading the world economy from behind…and it’s not pretty. John asks Henninger just how bad is it?
All Lies? Michigan cancer patient Julie Boonstra is on her way to becoming a household name thanks to the fact that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., called her a liar from the chamber floor yesterday. Boonstra responds.
Plus: FNC Contributor Suzanne Venker talks America’s gender war.