Peter Brookes of The Heritage Foundation and former CIA operative Michael Scheuer discuss Obama’s address on ISIS.
American Securities CEO Michael Fisch explains why his PE firm is investing in energy.
JibJab co-founder Gregg Spiridellis on the company, its acquisition of Make Believe Labs and its future creations.
FBN’s Peter Barnes on how the government might be getting involved with some retirement plans.
FBN’s Charles Payne, NewOak Capital President James Frischling, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on the state of the U.S. military.
Former FCC Chairman Michael Powell weighs in on the battle over net neutrality and what the FCC will decide.
LendingTree founder, Chairman and CEO Doug Lebda on personal loans, the Fed and the housing market.
National Review Editor Rich Lowry on concerns about a lack of transparency from the White House.
KeeneOntheMarket.com’s James Ramelli and FBN’s Charlie Gasparino discuss Carl Icahn and Olive Garden.
Wall Street Journal Reporter David Benoit weighs in on Carl Icahn buying into Hertz.
ETX Capital’s Mark Priest on the latest sanctions against Russia and the European markets.
Certified financial planner John Vento on the rising number of senior citizens with student loan debt.
FBN’s Lou Dobbs on what he feels is the bigger enemy that President Obama should address: Iran.
Dallas Federal Bank president Richard Fisher on Texas’ economy.
FBN’s Ashley Webster on Scotland’s vote on whether to become independent from the U.K.
United Advisors Chief Market Strategist Scott Martin, ProfitableTrading.com Senior Strategist Jared Levy and FBN’s Dagen McDowell on Scotland’s vote on independence.
The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel on Alibaba’s stock.
Gerber Kawasaki CEO Ross Gerber and Permanent Portfolio Family of Funds CEO Michael Cuggino discuss possible risks associated with owning Alibaba.
Handy CEO Oisin Hanrahan on the strategy behind the company’s decision to rebrand itself from its original name ‘Handybook.
FBN’s Lou Dobbs on how the government might be getting involved with some retirement plans and the Obama initiative on phasing out of HFC coolants.