HSN President Bill Brand on HSN partnering with Disney, 4Q earnings and future sales plans.
Former Senator Phil Gramm , (R-Texas), compares recession responses between President Reagan and President Obama.
Former Sen . Phil Gramm , (R-Texas), on why Mitt Romney has the best chance of beating Obama in the general election.
Former Sen . Phil Gramm , (R-Texas), on the huge spending of Obama’s economic policies with no success.
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Rep. Kevin Brady, (R-Texas), discusses goals for the Congress and Senate to boost economic growth.
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FBN's Charlie Gasparino on Sen. Phil Gramm's statement on Glass-Steagall.
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Former Gov. Michael Dukakis, (D-Mass.), and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on concerns within the Democratic Party that Hillary Clinton is not liberal enough.
WL Ross & Co. CEO Wilbur Ross and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on EPA regulations and the 2016 Presidential election.
Former Reagan Economic Advisor Art Laffer weighs in on trickle-down economics and the midterm elections.
The Daily Caller Senior Editor Jamie Weinstein, Republican Strategist Noelle Nikpour and FBN’s Charlie Gasparino debate whether Hillary Clinton will run for President in 2016 and if she can win.
Former Sen . Phil Gramm , (R-Texas), on the President’s spending and energy policies.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on the three big areas the new Congress will look to reform.
Former Sen . Phil Gramm , (R-Texas), argues Federal Reserve actions are not helping boost the economy.