Attorney General Jeff Sessions said there is "too much suppression of free and open speech on college campuses today."
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Tucker Carlson debated National Bar Association PAC attorney Scott Bolden regarding the legitimacy of NFL players kneeling for the national anthem.
Fox Sports 1 analyst Jason Whitlock said NFL players who kneel for the national anthem in protest of racial injustice are "out beyond their skis."
Tucker Carlson called rhetoric from defenders of NFL players who knelt for the national anthem "disingenuous nonsense."
Tucker Carlson criticized NFL players who knelt during the national anthem.
New York City Public Advocate candidate Rev. Michel Faulkner (R) offered a solution to the epidemic of national anthem kneeling at NFL games.
Tucker Carlson reported that several jurisdictions may soon consider motions to create registries for animal abusers the same way sex offenders are documented.
Tucker Carlson debated a former deputy assistant secretary of state from the Obama administration over a Fox News report that then-Ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power requested Americans' unmaskings on an almost-daily basis.
Tucker Carlson debated director, actor and producer Rob Reiner, who recently formed an organization called the "Committee to Investigate Russia."
Tucker Carlson debated former Philadelphia Eagles wideout Freddie Mitchell on the merits of a youth football team who knelt for the national anthem.
Commentator and legal immigrant Mark Steyn said he "did the boring thing" by following American immigration law, and therefore gets none of the sympathy that DACA recipients receive.
In his monologue, Tucker Carlson asked what would happen if America's two main political parties "changed completely and nobody noticed."