Attorney Arthur Aidala on the NBA playoffs, Donald Sterling scandal and Jay-Z.
FNC’s Juan Williams discusses the difference between news and opinion TV.
FNC’s Angela McGlowan on Fast and Furious and the contempt hearing for Attorney General Eric Holder.
“Injustice” author J. Christian Adams on the accusations the House’s Contempt of Congress vote on the Attorney General is about race and the Dept. of Justice allowing mini horses to be used as guide animals for the blind.
FNC legal analyst Peter Johnson on the White House invoking executive privilege rather than hand over documents pertaining to operation “Fast & Furious.”
Psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig and Psychologist Dr. Jeff Gardere on social media’s positive and negative impact on discussions of the Trayvon Martin case.
Comedian Dick Gregory on the investigation into the death of Trayvon Martin.
FNC’s Martha MacCallum on the Baby Lisa missing persons case.
FOX News Contributor Monica Crowley discusses the proposed tax-reform plans by the 2012 GOP presidential candidates.
FOX News Contributor Angela McGlowan breaks down continued efforts to end prejudice.
Newsday’s Ellis Henican argues the banks need to start lending again to ease national tensions.
Tea Party 365 Founder David Webb and Democratic strategist Carl Jeffers debate the battle between Herman Cain and President Obama.
Frank Rich, of New York Magazine, on the media craze over whether Chris Christie is running for the GOP nomination.
Actor Steve Schirripa on his organic pasta sauce, new TV show, Al Sharpton and his ‘musical Mount Rushmore.’
Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-TX) on ObamaCare, Kathleen Sebelius’ resignation and Eric Holder.
FBN’s Lou Dobbs on President Obama’s comments on voter’s rights.
Attorney Joe Tacopina weighs in on the Pistorius trial, Alex Rodriguez and Al Sharpton .
The Hollywood and Vine panel weighs in on Barbara Walters, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Good Morning America, The Today Show and Game of Thrones.
Attorney Arthur Aidala on Al Sharpton , Oscar Pistorius trial and a Texas teen’s murder.
FBN’s Charles Payne sounds off on the state of the economy under President Obama.