O'REILLY: Well, Arnold's not that conservative. Arnold , you know, he's --
NORRIS: No, I talk to Arnold. I helped campaign for him when he was a governor.
O'REILLY: Were you a little disappointed though.
NORRIS: Well, he's fighting the powers that be.
O'REILLY: But he didn't win. Arnold didn't terminate them.
NORRIS: No. He finally gave up, you know. The thing is, fighting against the democratic legislature, he finally said, "You know, I can't do it."
O'REILLY: There is another film you're interested in called "Last Ounce of Courage".
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP, "LAST OUNCE OF COURAGE")
BOB REVERE, ACTOR: We can't be silent anymore. The silence has to stop today. We fight for freedom.
(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)
(END VIDEO CLIP, "LAST OUNCE OF COURAGE")
O'REILLY: You're not in the movie. But you want people to see it. And why.
NORRIS: Well, I saw a screening of it and it really affected me because it's what we all are dealing with, freedom in our country.
And it's like we use a clip of you on the show, by the way, which I really appreciate you letting us have.
O'REILLY: I'm in the movie.
NORRIS: Yes. We have the clip where you said, years back, talking about Christmas.
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)
O'REILLY: Christmas has become controversial in America. Public displays of the Federal holiday are under attack by the ACLU.
(END VIDEO CLIP)
NORRIS: Yes, I watch you every night.
O'REILLY: Thank you.
NORRIS: And, so the thing, I remembered that. I said, "You know, that's what this movie is all about."
O'REILLY: Individual freedom and not having the government encroaching.
NORRIS: The story of a mayor in a town who, you know, is a very secular town. They call it Wintermuth (ph) instead of Christmas. Things like that. That's the direction we're going in our country right now.
O'REILLY: All right, Chuck. Thanks for coming. And good to see you again.
NORRIS: Oh, you bet. Thank you, Bill.
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