‘Blood Feud’ author Ed Klein on the 2016 Presidential election and the political fallout of the situation in Ferguson, Missouri.
Stossel and guests look at the state of the media
Rep. Ted Poe, (R-Texas), on efforts to improve U.S. border security.
The Hill Managing Editor Bob Cusack, Political Prospect Editor Kayleigh McEnany, Progressive columnist Rick Unger and FBN’s David Asman on the need for stronger leadership in Washington.
Matt Schlapp, former White House Political Director under President George W. Bush, and FNC’s Jedediah Bila on former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Rep. Paul Ryan and the Obama Administration.
Former NYC mayor speaks out in Jerusalem
Former Vice President of The United States Dan Quayle whether President Obama is exceeding his authority by changing the health-care law and his expectations of the midterm elections.
Forbes Media chairman Steve Forbes and Bob Doll of Nuveen Asset Management discuss tax inversions.
Former Deputy Undersecretary of Defense Jed Babbin on the political fallout of the Malaysia Airlines crash.
MediaSpeak Strategies President Nancy Pfotenhauer on the Koch brothers, Tom Steyer and President Obama.
MediaSpeak Strategies President Nancy Pfotenhauer on the Koch brothers, Tom Styer and President Obama.
Author Ed Klein on President Obama’s fundraising, Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren.
Former Rep. Ron Paul, (R-Texas), on isolationism, border security and the impact of immigration policy.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on a federal judge’s new orders for the IRS to turn over answers to Lois Lerner’s emails.
Former Sen. Alan Simpson on U.S. foreign policy.
FNC contributor Michael Goodwin on Hillary Clinton’s split with the Obama Administration on foreign policy.
FNC contributor Joe Trippi on Hillary Clinton’s political future.
Night Lion Security CEO Vinny Troia on privacy concerns over personal data the government collects.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, (D-Mass.), discusses her political ambitions in an exclusive interview with FBN’s Adam Shapiro.
Gov. Paul LePage, (R-Maine), on the initiative requiring "able-bodied" state residents to work for food benefits.