Rep. Charlie Rangel, (D-N.Y.), on government spending and creating jobs.
Sen. Rand Paul, (R-Ky.), on the GSA spending scandal and Sen. Harry Reid seeking an exemption for Las Vegas from the Administration’s ban on government employee travel to resort areas.
Dick Bove, Rochdale Securities bank analyst, on earnings reports from banks and his predictions for earnings season.
Former Gov. Mike Huckabee, (R-Ark.), on Arkansas Rep. Rick Crawford’s millionaires tax proposal.
Rep. Jim Cooper (D-TN) on his crusade to balance the budget, and his No Budget, No Pay Act.
The Senate passed an amendment on Thursday that forces operatives who collect political intelligence in Washington for sale in the banking industry or on Wall Street...
FBN’s Gerri Willis on Congress’ exemption from insider-trading laws.
Democratic Strategist Joe Trippi and NY Post Columnist Michael Goodwin on the 2012 Presidential race.
Col. Douglas MacGregor, (Ret.), talks about the prospects of war over Iran’s developing nuclear program.
Dwarf Entertainment’s Paul Diaz on why banning “dwarf tossing” blocks potential job opportunities for him.
Former Dallas Fed Chief Economist Michael Cox reacts to Ben Bernanke's speech on the economy and how to spark job growth.
New York Post Columnist Michael Goodwin and Talk Radio News’ Ellen Ratner on the debate over when Obama’s job speech should be and Gov. Rick Perry leading in the GOP candidate polls.
Tech blogger Robert Scoble discusses how Apple has expanded overseas.
Interactive Data CEO Mason Slaine on the outlook for the bond market.
Former Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson and David Boaz of the Cato Institute on the lack of electoral backing for the party.
FBN's David Asman, Sandra Smith and Charles Payne discuss jobs and the shutdown of the White House jobs council.
Council of Foreign Relations President Dr. Richard Haass argues that the actions in Libya are overshadowing growing national-security threats.
Barofsky says the attitude on Wall Street has not changed.
Kristina Rasmussen of the Illinois Policy Institute on the state’s continued struggles to cover pension debts.
Former Dallas Fed chief economist Michael Cox weighs in on the Fed, fiscal policy and his outlook for GDP growth.