1. A mortgage with almost nothing down?
There are some sweet deals for buyers, and now is the time to buy, because home prices are on the rise, says FBN’s Melissa Francis. Zillow Chief Economist Stan Humphries weighs in on the pros and cons of buying a home with just a small down payment.
2. Those most in need of ObamaCare still don’t know about it?
Only 1 in 10 Americans say their health care has improved over the last year. Bankrate.com insurance analyst Doug Whiteman says American’s uninsured are still largely unaware of ObamaCare and still don’t know where to go to get answers about the law.
3. Was the president aware of NSA snooping?
Top intelligence officials say it should be no surprise to the president that the intelligence community is spying on foreign leaders. FNC strategic analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters says there’s zero possibility that the president didn’t know about the NSA program to target foreign leaders, because he would have been briefed on the NSA’s capabilities in his first days in the administration.
4. Can politicians learn bipartisanship from Gov. Christie?
Former Sen. Olympia Snowe, (R-ME) says politicians need to reach out across the aisle to get things done in Washington, and FBN’s Neil Cavuto says negotiating has almost become negative in Washington. Former Sen. Snowe says Gov. Chris Christie in New Jersey set a great example working with President Obama after SuperStorm Sandy.
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