The Independents, which airs on Fox Business Network live at 9 pm ET and then repeats again at midnight, starts with a discussion of, well, independents, or at least the people who describe themselves that way when Gallup asks them to identify their politics. Conservative Kayleigh McEnany and liberal Steve Leser will try to explain why the public ain't buying what the two major parties are selling, then they'll react to the latest revelations about what some are calling retributive lane-closing possibly engineered by members of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's political team.Tonight's episode of
Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colorado) will come on to talk about legal pot and what Congress should do to ease the drug war, and Rep. Rush Holt (D-New Jersey) will talk about his efforts to repeal the PATRIOT Act and protect whistleblowers like Edward Snowden. John Stossel will preview his Thursday night show on income inequality, Kmele Foster will survey #ThingsThatOffendLiberals, Kennedy will talk about (and maybe demonstrate?) drinking too much, and I have been given exactly 30 seconds to explain why we should care that some old sportswriter shouting at clouds helped prevent Craig Biggio from entering baseball's Hall of Fame because maybe some guy once said that he "felt" like Biggio maybe took steroids some time.
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