Q&A1400x14004a8b05c3f38255945df117dadcb6d0c1Today, Jay is joined by an old friend, Tucker Carlson, the founder and editor-in-chief of The Daily Caller, the co-host of “Fox & Friends Weekend.” They talk on the air pretty much as they do in private: about the media, about personalities, about politics, and so on.

Jay asks, in effect, “Is global warming a hoax?” And, “What happened to Harry Reid’s face?” And, “Is California over?”

At the end of the ’cast, Jay remarks that talking with Tucker is like popping happy pills or something. See if you agree.

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  1. user_189393 Inactive
    user_189393
    @BarkhaHerman

    I like Tucker Carlson; and I miss the bow tie.

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  2. Al Kennedy Inactive
    Al Kennedy
    @AlKennedy

    Victor Davis Hanson has an excellent article on NRO discussing Who Is the Real Obama?

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  3. user_928470 Member
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    @malwords

    Hey Jay. Nice job with Tucker. He seems like such a decent man. His thoughts on Twitter were right on: we’ve given a band saw to blind children.

    The Phil Gramm memories were laugh at loud funny (I do not use abbreviations for laugh out loud). mal

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  4. user_473455 Inactive
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    @BenjaminGlaser

    Loved this interview.

    Tucker is brilliant.

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  5. Ricochet Inactive
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    @MisterMagic

    Jay,

    How odd to hear my tiny hometown of Biglerville, PA mentioned by name! Funnily enough, another similar controversy happened with Delone Catholic HS’s policy on prom dresses just a few weeks before. So both the HS I went to and the public HS I would have attended if I didn’t go to Catholic school both get national attention within weeks of each other over the same issue, as if Adams County is the hotspot of divisive dress codes. And to think, we are most famous for being home to Gettysburg; it’s always battle royale time here!

    P.S. That brownie story from Tucker was so hilarious, I almost fell over laughing.

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