Tucker Carlson said that 25 years ago this month, then-Gov. Bill Clinton (D-Ark.) was elected president of the United States, thereby beginning the Clinton Era in America.
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Tucker Carlson debated Kathy Sheehan (D), the mayor of Albany, N.Y., over the legitimacy of her municipality being a sanctuary city.
Mark Steyn reacted to Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) again calling for President Trump's impeachment.
Tucker Carlson said that he agrees that "forces of evil" will try to damage Christian conservatives, but that Judge Roy Moore (R-Ala.) should not use his belief in God as a defense against serious allegations.
Tucker Carlson asked former Clinton adviser Richard Goodstein whether he was bothered about the Obama administration allowing Russia to have access to a portion of America's uranium reserves.
Kimberley Strassel of the Wall Street Journal editorial board joined Tucker Carlson to explain why she believes the "now largely discredited" Trump-Russia dossier was "one of the dirtiest political tricks in U.S. history."
Tucker Carlson challenged a professor who wrote an op-ed in the New York Times asking if his children can be friends with white people.
The director of women's and gender studies at a Pennsylvania university claimed "toxic masculinity" is "killing everyone" and blamed the phenomenon for the Texas church shooting.
Tucker Carlson asked radio host Garland Nixon about the legitimacy of the District of Columbia erecting a statue to controversial Mayor Marion Barry Jr. (D), if it is inappropriate to keep controversial memorials up.
Tucker Carlson said that there is likely evidence that social media executives knew but disregarded possible issues their products could cause, such as addiction and psychological damage.
Tucker Carlson said that Facebook executives Mark Zuckerberg and Sean Parker should testify before Congress about the dangers of social media.
Former DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile reacted to threats she's received both for her book and for her work with the Democratic Party.