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HERE is the definitive timeline for the Covington Catholic run in at the Lincoln Memorial

It was Friday afternoon at the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Three separate groups would clash, but only one would take the blame: a group of predominantly white kids (some wearing red MAGA hats), a group of Native Americans, and some black street preachers. Now in today's media and social climate, just based off of that description… who do you think would wind up getting assigned the blame?

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And the reasonable answer should be, after watching a 60-second video of a kid smiling at a Native American banging a drum in his face, is… I've got no clue what the heck that was. Sixty seconds doesn't provide a whole lot of context. Here is the rest of the story.

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'Explosive': Was Epstein an 'intelligence' asset?

According to investigative journalist Vickie Ward, who has been covering the Epstein case since 2002, the former U.S. attorney who cut Epstein a sweetheart deal back in 2007, Alexander Acosta, did so because he had "been told" to back off. "I was told Epstein 'belonged to intelligence' and to leave it alone," he reportedly claimed. Watch this clip to find out why Glenn calls this revelation "explosive enough to blow up a good portion of our system."

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Bill O'Reilly: Is Pelosi's clash with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez legit?

Glenn says there's an all-out war going on between Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Bill O'Reilly begs to differ. "Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has no power at all ... she'll be on "The View" within five years, I guarantee it," he told Glenn during his radio program. Watch the clip to hear Glenn and O'Reilly duke it out over whether we should be taking Ocasio-Cortez seriously or not.

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Liberal attitudes towards gay sex is on the decline in UK

For the first time in 30 years, acceptance of same-sex relations is on the decline in the UK, according to a recent survey. Tolerant attitudes toward gay sex have increased every year since the AIDS crisis in the late 80s, but now the upward trend seems to have reversed course. Watch the video to get Glenn's take on why increasingly liberal attitudes may be coming to an end.