Former CBO Director Douglas Holtz-Eakin on the challenges reforming the U.S. tax code and the need to rein in government spending in conjunction with any tax reform.
“Capitol Punishment” author Jack Abramoff on how to reduce the political influence of lobbyists.
Ex-lobbyist Jack Abramoff on his new book and corruption on Capitol Hill.
Author Jack Abramoff on the role of political influence in the DOE loans given to bankrupt solar-panel company was given.
Media analyst Peter Guber discusses whether the news story would make it on the big screen.
FBN’s Liz MacDonald and attorney Mark Lanier on the Supreme Court’s limits on ‘Honest Services’ fraud law and its impact in prosecuting white-collar crimes.
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February 20, 2009 09:21 AM UTC by Elizabeth MacDonaldStanford's Favorite PoliticiansMore than 100 members of Congress-past and present-as well as congressional campa...
August 14, 2008 8:19 AM Stonewalling on Countrywide's Loans to Congressby Elizabeth MacDonaldSelect rating Poor Okay Good Great Awesome No votes yetComments »After b...
August 14, 2008 08:19 AM UTC by Elizabeth MacDonaldStonewalling on Countrywide's Loans to CongressAfter being stonewalled for nearly a month, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA...
Rep. Steve King, (R-Iowa), breaks down the latest protest by Occupy movement.
FBN’s political experts debate which presidential hopeful will give up the hunt for the White House.
Former Lobbyist Jack Abramoff argues funds are dwindling for political influence and the industry is having less impact in D.C.
“Capitol Punishment” author Jack Abramoff on the Solyndra scandal and lobbyists’ influence in Washington.
Author Jack Abramoff discusses how the consulting fees will impact the former Speaker’s chances in 2012.
Public Citizen Legislative Representative Craig Holman on why insider trading should be illegal for members of Congress, just like everyone else.
Jack Abramoff with a look at the mysterious and corrupt world of federal politics