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Will Marshawn Lynch be fined $500K?

FBN’s Charles Payne, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, Divine Capital CEO Dani Hughes, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the Seattle Seahawks’ Marshawn Lynch.

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  1. Pope Francis says it’s wrong to mock religions

    Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on Pope Francis saying not to mock religions, freedom of speech and Duke sounding Muslim call to Prayer from their Chapel bell.

  2. Christianity under attack by government?

    Fox News Contributor Father Jonathan Morris discusses the impact of government and atheists on Christianity in America.

  3. Hate speech laws threatening free speech?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on the freedom of speech and cell phone footage.

  4. President Obama skips Paris unity march

    Fox News Contributor Bo Dietl weighs in on the Paris unity march, why President Obama wasn’t in attendance and the attack on Charlie Hebdo.

  5. Get a counterfeit Apple Watch for $27?

    Political Prospect Editor Kayleigh McEnany and FBN’s Neil Cavuto, Liz MacDonald and Tracy Byrnes on LA Clippers owner Steve Ballmer’s dance moves, Chinese manufacturers already making Apple Watch knockoffs and the Department of Justice jumping into the trademark fight over the Washington Redskins’ name.

  6. How should Obama handle the Paris terror attacks?’s Herman Cain on President Obama’s response to the Paris terror crisis.

  7. What keeps NSA’s Director up at night?

    Admiral Michael Rogers, NSA Director and Commander of U.S. Cyber Command, sits down exclusively with Firewall’s Matt Dean to discuss the concern of terror making its way back to the U.S. homeland.

  8. Varney on free speech: Freedom we mustn’t lose or limit

    FBN’s Stuart Varney discusses the attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris and how it impacts free speech.

  9. Terrorist threats really an attack on freedom of speech ?

    American Islamic Forum for Democracy’s Zuhdi Jasser discusses the terror threats on freedom of speech and fighting against them.

  10. Enemy of freedom: Financial Times' Tony Barber

    FBN’s Matt Welch weighs in on Financial Times columnist Tony Barber’s criticism of French newspaper Charlie Hebdo’s satirical sketches, making him this week’s enemy of freedom.

  11. Monica Crowley: We are in World War III

    Washington Times Online Opinion Editor Monica Crowley discusses the attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris.

  12. Attack on free speech in France?

    Reason Magazine Managing Editor Katherine Mangu-Ward and New York Times Science columnist John Tierney discuss the attack on Charlie Hebdo.

  1. France gets tough on terrorism

    FNC national security analyst KT McFarland on Egypt, President Obama's handling of terrorism and France taking a tougher stance against terrorists.

  2. Pope Francis: Freedom of speech has its limits

    Fox News Contributor Father Jonathan Morris discusses the Pope’s visit to the Philippines and his comments on free speech.

  3. AG Eric Holder defends Obama Administration’s position on law enforcement

    Radio talk show host Santita Jackson and Republican Strategist Angela McGlowan on the Obama Administration and police in America.

  4. Mike Huckabee on considering a 2016 presidential run

    Former Gov. Mike Huckabee, (R-Ark.), on the 2016 presidential race, immigration and Pope Francis’ comments on free speech.

  5. Mike Huckabee weighs in on pope’s speech comments

    Former Governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee on Pope Francis suggesting limits on expressions making fun of others’ faiths.

  6. Pope’s comments go against free speech?

    Christian League President Bill Donohue and WSJ’s Dan Henninger on the pope’s comments and how they play a role in freedom of speech .

  7. Pope Francis sees limits to free speech

    FBN’s Stuart Varney weighs in on Pope Francis’ comments on the freedom of speech .

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