Dr. Keith Ablow on court’s decision and the long term impact of cyberbullying.
Ron Paul on the side effects associated with the legalization of marijuana.
‘God Less America’ author Todd Starnes on the state of religious freedom in America.
Gambling: What's right, what's wrong and what's legal
Former Rep. Ron Paul, (R-Texas), on the IRS targeting scandal and why he does not support foreign aid.
FOX News contributor Bo Dietl weighs in on the U.S. government, Harry Reid, the Koch brothers and the Tribeca Film Festival.
FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the IRS, Google Glass and Twitter.
Republican National Committee’s Sean Spicer, Tea Party Patriots’ Keli Carender and Citizens for Self-Governance President Mark Meckler on reports the IRS is using social media to go after tax cheats.
Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on a Yelp review lawsuit.
Rep. James Lankford, (R-Okla.), on Hobby Lobby’s challenge to the ObamaCare contraception mandate.
Constitutional attorney Seth Berenzweig on the legal challenge to ObamaCare’s birth control mandate.
Two Bitcoin-like cryptocurrencies, DopeCoin and PotCoin, want to become the alternative banking solution for the drug industry.
Attorneys Deva Roberts and Diana Aizman on people getting arrested or fired for their tweets.
Political Prospect editor-in-chief Kayleigh McEnany and economist Peter Morici discuss the U.S. economy, President Obama, immigration and the Supreme Court’s ruling on employers and ObamaCare's contraception mandate.
The Goldwater Institute’s Lucy Caldwell argues the Hobby Lobby decision was a victory for all Americans, not a war against women.
Judge Andrew Napolitano breaks down the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Hobby Lobby contraceptive case.
Former Reagan Economic Advisor Art Laffer, The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel and Judge Andrew Napolitano discuss the latest Supreme Court rulings.
’Special Report’ anchor Bret Baier and former White House economic adviser Todd Buchholz on Hillary Clinton and Washington Redskins trademarks.
The Independents After Hours panel weighs in on Malcolm X and religion.
Stossel and guests look at recent examples of free speech being squelched