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Sen. Bernie Sanders proposes estate tax on wealthy Americans

Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on Sen. Sanders’ proposed estate tax plan.

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  1. Guam’s economic rally

    Guam governor Eddie Calvo on how Guam was able to cut spending and turn around its economy.

  2. Should Females Rule the World?

    As Janet Yellen rewrites history as the first female Fed chief, many are wondering how effective she will be at running the world's most powerful central bank.Recent...

  3. "Failure Isn't An Option, It's a Certainty"

    One of the most repeated phrases in the war on terrorism is that we have to get it right 100% of the time, while the terrorists only have to get it right once.  As t...

  4. What Every Business Leader Has in Common

    The thought that all executives and business leaders might have one thing in common seems, on the surface, to be highly unlikely. We're all so different, our backgro...

  5. UK Government Starts Search for Banks to Lead Possible Royal Mail IPO

    The U.K. government will this week begin the search for banks to advise it on a possible flotation of state-run postal delivery service Royal Mail, in what would be ...

  6. America Needs a Margaret Thatcher

    America's current political and economic climate is not unlike conditions when Margaret Thatcher became British Prime Minister in 1979. It's all there: high unemploy...

  7. LONDON MARKETS: Polymetal Jumps In London After Strong Earnings

    Miner Polymetal International PLC posted solid gains in an upbeat U.K. market on Monday, where the benchmark index regained some ground lost after its worst week sin...

  8. EUROPE MARKETS: Portugal Stocks Slump In Otherwise Upbeat Europe

    Portuguese stocks slumped in an otherwise upbeat Europe on Monday, after the country's high court struck down some of the austerity measures enacted as part of its 7...

  9. Britain's 'Iron Lady' Margaret Thatcher Dies

    Margaret Thatcher, the "Iron Lady" who dominated British politics for two decades, died on Monday following a stroke, a spokesman for her family said. She was 87.Bri...

  10. Commission considers good and bad of British banking

    The Archbishop of Canterbury has spent the run up to Easter contemplating the ethics of the trading floor and ways to curb greed in the City of London.Justin Welby, ...

  11. Merkel ally backs double-digit hike in top tax rate

    A senior conservative ally of Chancellor Angela Merkel has suggested Germany return to a top income tax rate above 50 percent, setting off a fierce debate within her...

  12. Battle Over Budget Cuts Continues on Capitol Hill

    FNC’s Martha MacCallum on the GOP’s efforts to reach a budget deal.

  1. Double standard in media’s treatment of Hillary Clinton’s wealth?

    Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes, Independent Women’s Forum’s Hadley Heath Manning and ProActive Communications President Mark Serrano on the millionaire tax proposed in Illinois and the media’s treatment of Hillary Clinton’s wealth compared to other politicians such as Mitt Romney.

  2. What went wrong on MH17?

    Heritage Foundation’s Nile Gardiner and former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine John Herbst on the political implication of the Malaysian plane crash.

  3. The Judge’s take on the Virginia primary

    Judge Andrew Napolitano’s take on the major upset in the Virginia primary.

  4. Fiorina: Big central government crushing U.S.

    Good360 chairman Carly Fiorina talks tech and jobs.

  5. Efforts to curb gun violence in Chicago

    ‘Hidden Order’ author Brad Thor on the gun violence in Chicago despite the city’s efforts to regulate guns.

  6. Former world chess champ Garry Kasparov speaks at Milton Friedman dinner

    The Weekly Standard’s Kelly Jane Torrance on Garry Kasparov’s speech at the Cato Institute’s Milton Friedman dinner.

  7. Raising minimum wage: Job creator or killer?

    Moody’s Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi and Haverford Trust CIO Hank Smith discuss the fight to raise the federal minimum wage to $10.10 per hour and the state of the markets.

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