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Drop in oil good for the Fed?

FOX Business Contributor Jon Hilsenrath and Marshall Auerback of The Institute for Economic Thinking discuss the impact of low oil prices and the spending bill passed by Congress over the weekend.

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  1. Tax battle brewing

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and WSJ’s Mary Kissel on President Obama’s position on a potential tax deal.

  2. USA Freedom Act fails in Senate

    The Independents discuss the USA Freedom Act and their favorite songs.

  3. Keystone Pipeline falls one vote short in Senate

    FBN’s Rich Edson on the Keystone Pipeline Senate vote.

  4. Sen. Isakson: The President is the only person against the XL Pipeline

    Sen. Johnny Isakson, (R-Ga.), on the future of the Keystone Pipeline.

  5. Debate: Do Americans want a third party?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, Chapwood Investments’ Ed Butowsky, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on whether it is the right time for a third party to gain support in America.

  6. 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.

  7. Will Obama listen to voters’ economic concerns?

    Washington Examiner Columnist Byron York discusses whether or not Obama will work with Republicans and pass future Senate bills to boost the economy.

  8. Democratic candidates ran away from votes

    Fox News host Andrea Tantaros and ‘The Alan Colmes Show’ radio host Alan Colmes weigh in on the GOP winning the Senate and why Democrats lost big.

  9. The reasons Republicans have to celebrate

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the Republican Party’s midterm election success.

  10. Will President Obama’s legacy lead him to more compromise?

    Fact & Opinion Economics Chief Economist Robert Brusca, Former Deputy Assistant to President George W. Bush Brad Blakeman, Manhattan Institute’s Avik Roy on President Obama, the October jobs report and immigration.

  11. Could a divided government help the U.S.?

    FNC’s Chris Wallace weighs in on the results of the midterm elections, America’s post-election strategy and President Obama’s secret letter to Iran.

  12. What’s next for Congress?

    Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore with insight into the issues the government will take on with a new GOP-led Congress.

  1. Spending bill revealing a divide within Republican and Democratic Party?

    Washington Times Political Editor Stephen Dinan, FNC political analyst Ed Rollins and FNC contributor Ellen Ratner on the spending bill, immigration and the potential Republican Presidential candidates in 2016.

  2. Shutdown fear exhibits the influence of Elizabeth Warren

    Former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove and Wall Street Journal Editor-in-Chief Gerry Baker discuss the $1.1T spending bill and Elizabeth Warren’s emerging power.

  3. Does economic growth lead to more government spending?

    Potomac Research Chief Political Strategist Greg Valliere gives his expectations for the government’s ability to come up with a budget and avoid a government shutdown.

  4. Buffett backs Hillary with $25K donation

    Republican Political Strategist Tony Sayegh and Fox News Contributor Pete Hegseth weigh in on the incoming Senate, Mitch McConnell , Warren Buffett’s donation to a Hillary Clinton campaign group and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

  5. Republican establishment getting behind Jeb Bush in 2016?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the potential Republican Presidential candidates in 2016.

  6. Can Obama’s executive orders be undone?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses how President Obama’s executive orders could be undone.

  7. Neil’s Spiel: Media accusing Republicans of planning government shutdown?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the media’s claims against the Republican Party on government spending and potential shutdown.

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