HOUR 1

New York Times White House Correspondent and author Peter Baker talks about his book Days of Fire which takes us on a journey through the eight years of the Bush/Cheney administration.  Peter also talked about President Obama and how he came to Washington not looking to make friends and looked into his upcoming State of the Union address.

 

Former Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor to President George Bush, Karl Rove reacts to Governor Cuomo's attack on conservatives (saying he comes across as "sanctimonious prig"), State Senator Wendy Davis' (D-TX) team mocking Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott and talks about President Obama being the "whiner-in-chief" for blaming his failures on Fox News and Rush Limbaugh.

HOUR 2

Concerned Veterans for America CEO Pete Hegseth discusses how all the recent Pentagon rules changes for the military can potentially ruin moral and unit cohesiveness.

 

America's News HQ co-anchor Alisyn Camerota talks about Justin Bieber's arrest, Former Governor Mike Huckabee (R-AK) being taken out of context by the liberal media.

 

Fox News Digital Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt talks about all things New York and New Jersey including: Governor Christie, Governor Cuomo, and Mayor De Blasio mishandling snow removal.

HOUR 3

Fox News Political Analyst and author Dr. Charles Krauthammer comments on how President Obama's differing public and private personas have divided the country and how Canada is even trying to get an answer on Keystone pipeline from him.

General Stanley McChrystal (Ret.), author of My Share of the Task, stopped by and talked to Brian about 9/11, the Afghan war, and pursuing Saddam Hussein during the Iraq war.