Policing Proper Conduct?
Should swearing, nudity and other offensive behavior be illegal in front of children? John Stossel sounds off on The O'Reilly Factor tonight at 8/ 11p ET.
Yesterday on The Five, the hosts discussed the town of Middleborough, Massachusetts which held a vote on whether residents should be fined for cursing in public. Bob Beckel said this goes against the First Amendment, but Eric Bolling argued that he doesn't like hearing people swear especially when he's out with his son. Despite being rude, Kimberly Guilfoyle weighed in saying that legally people do have right to swear in public.
Check out the segment and tune in tonight to get John Stossel's take on The O'Reilly Factor at 8/ 11p ET.