HOUR 1 Author of "The Seven Decisions: Understanding the Keys to Personal Success" ANDY ANDREWS dropped by to talk about Alpha and Beta parenting. Andy also let us know that you have to take responsibility for your actions and can't blame your mom or even the president for your problems. He also explained that change happens in heartbeat and that people do not have to be at rock bottom to change.
STEVE DOOCY, FOX & Friends co-host, weighed in on Benghazi, Karl Rove's comments on Hillary's health, Donald Sterling and Beyonce's sister.
HOUR 2 CHRIS WALLACE anchor of FOX News Sunday talked with Brian about about Karl Rove's comments on Hillary, the9/11 Museum, and the IRS scandal. Chris Wallace said Rove knew exactly what he was doing when he brought up her health and called it smart politics to bring the issue up. He also explained how Bill will do Hillary's dirty work if she runs for office. On the 9/11 museum opening Wallace believes it's important for the 9/11 museum to be open because as time goes by myths will pop up about the attacks and the museum will help keep the record straight.
STUART VARNEY host of Varney & Company talked about the opening of the 9/11 museum and his father fighting in WW2 for the Royal Navy. He also touched on Jill Abramson being fired from the New York Times.
HOUR 3 Former Police Commissioner NYPD & The Kerik Group Founder/CEO, BERNARD KERIK weighed in on the opening of the 9/11 museum and what it was like that day. He talked about arriving at the scene moments after the 1st plane hit and that he was there when the 2nd plane hit tower 2. Kerik said museum is important because we must remember the 3000 Americans who died and that the public must see what the NYPD and FDNY did and their efforts which was the greatest rescue effort in history. About the attack he explained that this attack was by an enemy that is still out there who want to see the demise of America and that it is only a matter of time before they come back and try it again.
DAN HENNINGER the Wall Street Journal Deputy editor, editorial page dropped by to talk about the 9/11 museum opening, Karl Rove bringing up Hillary's health, whether she will run, and Condi Rice backing out of speaking at Rutgers. On Hillary Dan feels that she may have worn out her welcome with the public and that her prospects are good, not great to get the nomination. On the 9/11 museum he related that terror is still alive and we have to keep on fighting it daily. He also explained how Boko Haram has united the world against terrorism for the first time since 9/11.