KILMEADE KONDENSED: 04/24/14

Click Below to Listen to the Kilmeade Sound Medley of the day below

HOUR 1 "Fox and Friends" co-host STEVE DOOCY dropped by and talked about the new late night hosts, Ukraine, the 9/11 memorial video and our troop withdrawal from Afghanistan.

HOUR 2 "Fox News Sunday" host CHRIS WALLACE talked about the 9/11 memorial video and the controversy surrounding it's use of the word terrorist being used to describe the Islamists and that they described the mission as a jihad. They also talked about how Hillary Clinton may have a problem in her 2016 presidential run.

Fox Business Network's "Varney & Co." host STUART VARNEY talked about the Democrats telling the middle class that they can't get ahead. Stuart says this class warfare they keep pushing is not real and that if you go by the rules you can live the American dream and be successful.

Chief economist for The Heritage Foundation and author of "An Inquiry into Nature and Causes of the Wealth of States; how taxes, energy and worker freedom change everything" STEVE MOORE talked about how President Obama is trying to take credit for the energy boom when he has done as much as possible to stop oil production. Steve explained that taxes matter and the reason states without taxes are booming because they keep growing with new jobs. You get the revenue with growth and with just a sales tax you can balance your budget.


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HOUR 3 "Fox and Friends Weekend" co-host and The Daily Caller founder TUCKER CARLSON talked about the 9/11 memorial video controversy and that the mention of extremist, jihadist and Islamists is not fair to peace loving Muslims. Tucker says that it is ok to say that because they are not condemning the whole religion, just those that attacked us. 14 years after the attacks we have to be honest. On President Obama he explains that by creating all these phony "red lines" and not doing anything weakens our country throughout the world. PLUS: Tucker also talks about and compares Fox's new noon show "Outnumbered", which starts Monday, to his personal life.