The Independents

Tonight on The Independents: The Seven Deadly Sins, With Thaddeus Russell, Baylen Linnekin, TV's Andy Levy, Dagen McDowell, Charles Payne, Noelle Nikpour, and Commie Jesse Myerson!

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Kennedy's back in pilot's chair for the Friday night theme episode of The Independents (9 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. PT, on Fox Business Network), which tonight engages the millions of people celebrating religious traditions over this weekend with a fresh look at the Seven Deadly Sins. It'll break down like this:

Lust: TV's Andy Levy Sun Sentinel columnist and "GOP/Republican strategist" Noelle Nikpour examine politician sex scandals, and ponder the public policy implications of sexy-time laws.

Greed: Fox Business super-guest and investment guru Charles Payne tries to complexify things beyond whether greed is "good."

Sloth: Beloved Reason contributor Thaddeus Russell doesn't quite defend abject sloth, but he does question the desirability and efficacy of the Protestant work ethic.

Wrath: Fox News correspondent Dagen McDowell defends righteous vengeance, while Andy Levy and the panel express more circumspection.

Gluttony: Beloved Reason.com columnist Baylen Linnken talks about the messy intersection of public policy and foodstuffery.

Envy: Everyone's (least?) favorite communist Jesse Myerson defends his political tendency against charges of enviousness, then things get shouty and sweaty.

Pride: Your hosts chew on various aspects of how pride can be a bad or good thing.

Et voila! This show shall repeat at 2 a.m., then again at 7 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Check out our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, and click here for video of past segments. Also, if you want to see John Bolton demand more drones and slag Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky), watch the video below:

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