• With: Michelle Fields, Wayne Rogers, Juan Williams, Jonathan Hoenig

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    REPORT: ISIS USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO RAISE CASH, RECRUIT AND CALL FOR MORE ATTACKS

    MICHELLE FIELDS: I think when they noticed that there are accounts that are just there to distribute propaganda, to identify people who are sympathetic, and to get new recruits and radicalize people, I think Facebook and Twitter have a duty to shut those accounts down. But if we see accounts that are being used for logistics and planning, I don't think Facebook and Twitter should shut those accounts down. Turn them over to the intelligence community to harvest contacts and get information and data.

    WAYNE ROGERS: I think Michelle makes a good point when she says we have to monitor those ones that -- in other words, you can't shut them down. They're going to communicate with each other anyway. Before we had all of these methods by which we used hand phones and telephones, we had telephones and telegraphs. They're going to communicate with each other anyway. To shut them down totally is crazy. You are right. There is a right of privacy and we can't violate that.

    JUAN WILLIAMS: My "Cashin' In" family likes to make fun of me when I say I have a

    Libertarian streak, but I agree with Rand Paul and Justin Amash. Look, the constitution of our country is clear: no search without a warrant. That includes your e-mails, your phone calls. Let's be clear about it. Get a warrant. That way we protect our privacy rights, because if we go too far we've already got unlimited detention, torturing people, the patriot act keeps getting renewed. This is excess and it violates our Constitution.

    JONATHAN HOENIG: No, I'm not agreeing with Juan. I don't think that people who declared war on America have a need to get a warrant. Have we forgotten how to fight a war in this country, Eric? You don't stop butchers by suspending their Hotmail accounts. These people declared war on America. They're beheading Americans. The only response is military force. You cannot negotiate with brutality and monitoring your Twitter accounts isn't going to make one lick of a difference.

    NEW CEO SURVEY SHOWS STATES WITH "BEST BUSINESS CLIMATE" RUN BY GOP GOVERNORS

    WAYNE ROGERS: The states are supporting the free market system. That's what they're doing right, Eric. We know for example, North America, which has only 7 percent of the world's population produces 25 percent of the GDP of the world. We know the free market system works. It's important to western civilization. These states with Republican governors are supporting the free market system. Those states with Democratic governments are attacking the free market system.

    JUAN WILLIAMS: I guess I know how you're voting, Eric. Let me tell you something, you're making the same mistake Mitt Romney made in '12. Businesses are not people. Look at the reality.

    JONATHAN HOENIG: Let me ask Juan a question. Juan, who are American businesses? American businesses are made up of people. They're made up of individuals. That's all business is; it's a conglomeration of individuals, and it's common knowledge, to Wayne's point, what's good for business. What's good for business, by the way, is good for America. Low taxes, low regulation: that's a growing economy. The reason the GOP loses on this issue is they always make the practical case for business, like Wayne did. More jobs, more economy. You can give more to charity. They need to make a moral case for the economy: that free markets means free men. That's the way to win elections.

    MICHELLE FIELDS: What I don't understand is how liberals like Juan push this agenda. Look as cities like Los Angeles, Detroit, Chicago; these are cities that have been run by democrats for quite some time. This is really where the liberal ideology has been realized, and it's not working. These are some of the worst cities in America. So if liberalism is so great, it's so good, why hasn't it worked for these cities, Juan?

    TAXPAYERS FOOTING $775M BILL FOR GOVT WORKERS ON PAID LEAVE

    JONATHAN HOENIG: This is Obama's animal farm. All the animals are equal except some, especially those in D.C., are more equal than the rest. These government employees have job perks that no one else has in the economy has. Not only can they not get fired, but they're enjoying three-quarters of a billion dollars in paid leave, which as I understand it is supposed to only be reserved for things like organ donations and funerals.

    WAYNE ROGERS: It's totally outrageous. When you think about the fact that Lois Learner was put on paid leave after she defied the Congress, lied probably, and was held in -- should have been held in contempt. It's totally outrageous. Jonathan is absolutely right. This is something that's gone totally out of hand. They ought to stop it immediately. Nowhere in the private sector is that done where you are rewarded for doing something stupid and dumb.

    JUAN WILLIAMS: America is way behind. We're the only developed country that doesn't guarantee paid leave, for example, to pregnant women. It's a shame. It's an outrage. Are you kidding me? Every woman should be guaranteed leave when it comes to their pregnancy and a new child in this country and yet it's not the case. I'm glad to say Megyn Kelly, big supporter of this. Newscorp offers paid leave to women who get pregnant here. So I don't understand it.

    MICHELLE FIELDS: That's not Libertarian at all, Juan. Don't try to pretend you're Libertarian. The people in the government right now, we can't even call them public servants. They are no longer public servants. We are the public servants because we work and work and work, and they just sit on the couch, collect their checks and they don't do anything. They're just a bunch of lazy bureaucrats and we're paying for it.