Tonight's live episode of The Independents (Fox Business Network, 9 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. PT, with re-airs three hours later) will contain many different bites at the same rancid apple that is the Islamic State (ISIL).
Taking first crack will be Party Panelists Michael Malice (totalitarian-hating ghostwriterly impazoid) and Brian Morgenstern (a Republican who dabbles in comedy, or vice-versa), who together will address the question of should we be scared of these awful people? (The duo will also assess Rand Paul's weekend bashing of Hillary Clinton, and the ritual apology by Henry Rollins for daring to say something mildly controversial about suicide.) The Blaze national security chief Buck Sexton will assess the various and expanding ideas about what the United States will bomb next in and around ISIL-controlled territory, and the British conservative commentator Nile Gardiner will discuss how the hell London became a breeding ground for Islamic beheadists.
Did you hear the one about how "The inversion virus spreads as Burger King seeks to flee to Canada"? (Yes, they write headlines like that at my former place of work!) Well, Scott Hodge of The Tax Foundation will explain why he hates patriotism and so forth. And Kmele Foster will break the news that Suge Knight is still not dead,
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