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Will the Constitution be amended to overturn Citizens United?

Washington Examiner political columnist Tim Carney and Fox News contributor Julie Roginsky on the New York gubernatorial primary election and Citizens United.

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  1. Some Brands May Buy Fake Twitter Followers: Report

    A new study highlights a slew of major corporate brands, politicians and celebrities which may have bought thousands of fake Twitter followers, according to a New Yo...

  2. Politics No Help In Cutting Health-Care Spending

    On paper it's relatively easy to balance the bloated U.S. budget and trim the massive deficit simply by requiring the elderly to pay more for their federally guarant...

  3. Will Private Lunar Transportation Be the Next Big Thing?

    Golden Spike president and CEO Alan Stern weighs in on private expeditions to the moon.

  4. The President Parties After Inauguration, But Will the Economy?

    Political strategist Paul Begala on what to expect during the president’s second term.

  5. Bad Policy = Bad Economy

    Former Reagan economic advisor Dr. Art Laffer simplifies the spending problems of the Obama presidency thus far.

  6. On debt ceiling, markets hopeful Washington has learned a lesson

    The U.S. government is expected to bump up against its legal borrowing limit by March, and it would be hard to fault investors for feeling edgy.The last fight over t...

  7. Debt Drama Ripe in D.C.

    Kate Obenshain, former chairman, Republican Party of Virginia, and Penny Lee, former senior advisor to Sen. Harry Reid, weigh in on the current drama in Washington over the debt ceiling.

  8. Outrageous CEO Perks

    The outcry about overpaid CEOs has gone on for years as the financial press combs SEC statements for outlandish pay packages that sometime run into the tens of milli...

  9. Tax Hikes Likely as Part of Fiscal Cliff Deal?

    FNC Digital Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt and Democratic Strategist Hank Sheinkopf on the fiscal cliff negotiations.

  10. Companies Beating Uncle Sam with Early Dividends

    Democratic strategist Doug Schoen on the practices of many companies that are paying out dividends early.

  11. 2012 Looks a Lot Like 2008

    Mary Ann Marsh of the Dewey Square Group discusses why she expects greater growth with higher taxes during the president’s second term.

  12. Where Was the Tea Party?

    Tea Party Patriots co-founder Mark Meckler defends the Tea Party’s absence from the 2012 presidential race.

  1. Time to offer prizes for space exploration?

    New York Times science columnist John Tierney on his background, NASA and space exploration.

  2. Rep. Jack Kingston on Senate campaign

    Rep. Jack Kingston, (R-Ga.), on his run for the Senate and the VA scandal.

  3. Name that scandal!

    The Independents play a new game: Can you name that political scandal?

  4. Business backlash over Arizona religious freedom bill?

    Arizona Chamber of Commerce CEO & President Glenn Hamer weighs in on Arizona Governor Jan Brewer’s decision to veto the controversial religious freedom bill.

  5. Dysfunction in D.C. Draws an Eye Roll From Wall Street

    With Washington on the precipice of its first government shutdown since Derek Jeter's rookie year, Wall Street is once again rolling its eyes and tentatively taking ...

  6. GOP Ties ObamaCare to Funding Proposal

    Calls for a last-minute compromise continue to reverberate in Washington as the U.S. inches closer to the end of its fiscal year on September 30, and the threat of a...

  7. Lies, Damn Lies, and Talking Points

    I don't know about you, but I like to think I'm a pretty level-headed guy. You almost have to be to survive in the corporate world for as long as I did. I may indulg...

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