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Who gets credit for the economic recovery?

Political Prospect Editor Kayleigh McEnany on the economic recovery and the youth vote.

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  1. Paul O’Neill: Idea of shutting down the government is a travesty

    Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill on the spending bill, taxes and the strength of the dollar.

  2. Will the government halt spending?

    FBN’s Elizabeth MacDonald discusses how government spending and taxing are impacting economic recovery.

  3. Can a GOP-led Congress stop excessive government spending?

    : Washington Times Online Opinion Editor Monica Crowley weighs in on government spending and taxes.

  4. Obama to continue spending more tax dollars?

    The Wall Street Journal's Dan Henniger weighs in on the government spending and the looming shutdown.

  5. Supreme Court trivia with the Independents

    Fox News Legal Analyst Lis Wiehl and Reason Magazine Senior Editor Peter Suderman play Supreme Court trivia with the Independents.

  6. Does economic growth lead to more government spending?

    Potomac Research Chief Political Strategist Greg Valliere gives his expectations for the government’s ability to come up with a budget and avoid a government shutdown.

  7. Halliburton shares a ‘buy’ despite low oil prices?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, Fulcrum Securities Chief Strategist Rob Morgan, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall review some of the show’s stock picks.

  8. Peter Schiff: The Fed can’t raise rates

    Euro Pacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff, Altimus Capital Portfolio Manager Chris Gersch and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on the Federal Reserve and the volatility in gold prices.

  9. Investors should be more defensive in nature over long-term?

    Hodges Fund Senior V.P. Eric Marshall, Lang Capital President Pete Lang and OptionPit.com founder Mark Sebastian on the state of the markets.

  10. Buffett backs Hillary with $25K donation

    Republican Political Strategist Tony Sayegh and Fox News Contributor Pete Hegseth weigh in on the incoming Senate, Mitch McConnell, Warren Buffett’s donation to a Hillary Clinton campaign group and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

  11. Is government controlling your life?

    FBN’s John Stossel argues the government is taking too much control over people’s lives.

  12. Rev. Jonathan Mason on his experience in Ferguson, Mo.

    77 WABC Radio Sales Manager Rev. Jonathan Mason discusses his experience in Ferguson, Mo. following the shooting there, and Camp New Joy.

  1. Tech trends to watch in 2015

    Russ Frushtick discusses virtual reality, mobile payments and other tech trends to watch in 2015.

  2. Will oil prices bring Texas producers into a recession?

    Forbes contributor Carrie Sheffield, Portfolio Wealth Advisors CIO Lee Munson and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on the winning stocks, oil markets and Texas’s oil recession.

  3. Chris Christie: no shot as president?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on what’s going to happen in 2016.

  4. Putin losing grip on Russia?

    Tangent Capital Managing Partner Bob Rice, Leeb Group Research Chairman Stephen Leeb and The Independents’ Kmele Foster on the state of the Russian economy and the plunge in shares of Chinese electric-car maker BYD.

  5. Mensa Meeting: CIA interrogation report

    On this morning’s Mensa Meeting, the panelists discuss the CIA’s recently released interrogation report.

  6. Eric Trump on potential Donald Trump presidential bid

    Trump Organization Executive V.P. Eric Trump and FBN’s Neil Cavuto discuss a potential Donald Trump presidential bid in 2016, Russia’s impact on New York City real estate and New York state’s slow political process.

  7. Pay raises for American troops only 1% in new spending bill

    FBN’s Charles Payne, Jessie Jane Duff, U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. (Ret.), FNC contributor Jonathan Hoenig, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the declining morale of the U.S. military.

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