The move to secure the services of Beckel looks like a transparent attempt to crib some of Fox News’s very own programming magic.

Beckel, after all, starred in the role of lone liberal on the excellent program “The Five,” a lively roundtable discussion show on which Beckel commonly and deftly fought off all his fellow panelists, including Greg Gutfeld, Dana Perino and Kimberly Guilfoyle.

I drink coffee; he drinks tea (this one was almost a deal breaker).

A highlight of the Sydney art scene and a must for film lovers and Greek Aussies alike, the GFF not only features legends of Greek cinema but also the new-wave of Hellenic film and documentary making.

"Following such a successful festival last year, we are excited to be back with a program rich in history and culture," says festival chair Nia Karteris.

I am the eldest of three girls, and he is the second youngest out of seven siblings.

I was raised a strict Catholic, and he was raised a Coptic Christian.

"We are proud to showcase the latest and greatest of Greek cinema, that is bound to capture the hearts of Greeks and Australians alike." After seven years of sold out shows across Australia, the hit Australian stage play.

Alex and Eve (2014) makes its big screen debut on the festival's opening night.With his trademark suspenders, gruff demeanor and gravelly voice, Beckel played the role of grumpy lefty — and he brought a bio that featured cocaine addiction alongside an appointment in the Carter administration and a role in Walter Mondale’s 1984 presidential campaign.He delivered passionate defenses of President Obama and many of his initiatives and bashed Republican politics with stinging regularity.CNN’s elastic budget for covering politics strikes again: The network has hired Bob Beckel, the opinionated, liberal pundit who for years spiced up the political banter on Fox News.Beckel will join the likes of Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord, Democratic strategist Donna Brazile and gun-rights champion S. Cupp on CNN’s daily coverage of the 2016 presidential election, as reported by the Daily Beast.No Muslim students coming here with visas, no more mosques being built here until you stand up and denounce what’s happened in the name of your prophet.” The next day, Beckel acknowledged that such conditions couldn’t be attached to building licenses here in America.