The Independents

Tonight on The Independents: Anthony Fisher on Drug War Corruption in Texas, Mark Steyn on American Collapse, John Tierney on Ebola, Michael Malice on North Korea, and Two College Kids Who Got Harassed for Handing out Constitutions


Tell me what daily show on cable television would have a lineup as described in the headline? NO OTHER DAILY SHOW ON CABLE TELEVISION, THAT IS THE CORRECT ANSWER.

Have you watched that gobsmacking Anthony L. Fisher vid of pointless drug war persecution in Alpine, Texas? I'll let you catch up:

On tonight's episode of The Independents (Fox Business Network, 9 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. PT, with re-airs three hours later), Fish'll be on to discuss.

Maybe you've heard of conservative wordsmith and free speech martyr Mark Steyn? He'll be on to talk about how nobody believes in government anymore, and also about his new book, The [Un]documented Mark Steyn.

Last week Robby Soave asked the immortal question, "How Does This Still Happen? Southern Oregon U. Students Not Allowed to Distribute Constitutions." We'll have the students in question, Jordan Mortimore and Dylan Moore, on to explain what happened.

Party Panel includes North Korea expert Michael Malice, who will talk about today's release of an American prisoner there, and beloved New York Times science writer John Tierney, who will assess the new Ebola travel guidelines.

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