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Who are this week’s biggest winners?

Forbes Media Chairman & Editor-in-Chief Steve Forbes, FBN’s Cheryl Casone and Reason Foundation Director of Economic Research Anthony Randazzo on this weeks biggest winners and losers.

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  1. Bret Baier on government gridlock

    ‘Special Report’ Anchor Bret Baier on what to expect from the government in 2015.

  2. Government leadership the biggest issue in the U.S.?

    Conservative Commentator Katrina Pierson, Young America’s Foundation Ashley Pratte and Advantage Payroll Services President Rob Basso weigh in on the biggest issues Americans say they had in 2014.

  3. Will Obama work with a GOP Congress in 2015?

    Fox News Political Analyst Ed Rollins and Political Consultant Karen Hanretty discuss the Keystone Pipeline, a poll about Americans’ biggest concerns in 2014 and whether President Obama will work with the GOP Congress in 2015 and the 2016 presidential election.

  4. Americans number one concern is government

    Penn Financial Group Founder & President Mathew McCall, GMG Defensive Beta Fund Co-Portfolio Manager Oliver Pursche, Greenleaf Groups CEO Clint Greenleaf and NewOak Capital President James Frischling on Americans concerns and the government system.

  5. Spending vs. spirituality during the holiday season

    Fox News Contributor Father Jonathan Morris discusses the increasing number of millennials attending church services and consumerism during the Christmas season.

  6. Americans not feeling great about the economy?

    LaSalle CEO Tom Gimbel, Value Advisory Chief Research Analyst Howard Rosencrans and Emerald Asset Management Chairman Joe Besecker discuss the November jobs report and the labor participation rate.

  7. Report: More Americans delaying health-care due to costs

    Athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush discusses the impact of ObamaCare.

  8. Hillary Clinton hesitating on 2016 Presidential run?

    Former President George W. Bush Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove on Hillary Clinton’s political future.

  9. Stossel 11/6/2014: And the winner is...

    What do the results of the midterm elections mean for freedom?

  10. SurveyMonkey CEO on the future of polling

    SurveyMonkey CEO David Goldberg discusses partnerships to deliver high-quality survey data.

  11. Will the Cadillac Tax hit the middle class?

    American Enterprise Institute’s Mark Perry, Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge and Manhattan Institute’s Paul Howard on ObamaCare’s impact on Americans’ taxes.

  12. Do politicians think Americans are stupid?

    Fox News Contributor Julie Roginsky, FNC’s Andy Levy and Hot Air Editor-at-Large Mary Katharine Ham weigh in on Jonathan Gruber’s ObamaCare comments and a poll of approval ratings of Democrats and Republicans.

  1. Confidence fading on Main Street and Wall Street?

    FBN’s Charles Payne on growing concerns about the outlook for the U.S. economy and markets.

  2. 2016 Republican Presidential hopefuls make their case at CPAC

    FBN’s Charles Payne and Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes on the highlights from CPAC.

  3. Obama Administration unwilling to compromise?

    ‘The Accountability Project’ Executive Director Nomiki Konst, FP1 Strategies V.P. of Communications Ashley Pratte and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the Obama Administration’s immigration executive action.

  4. Consumer confidence slips

    FBN’s Charles Payne on Americans’ concerns about the job market.

  5. Yellen: Cyber security laws needed to protect financial system

    FBN’s Elizabeth MacDonald and "Lou Dobbs Tonight" Host Lou Dobbs on Janet Yellen’s comments on need for new cyber security systems, and Obama’s new approval rating.

  6. 5.6% unemployment: Big lie?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, Monster Worldwide Senior V.P. Joanie Courtney and LaSalle Network CEO Tim Gimbel on the state of the U.S. job market.

  7. Gallup reports the jobs statistics are wrong

    The Wall Street Journal's Dan Henninger on Gallup’s new jobless reports and Obama’s new budgeting plans.

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