A U.S. cellphone company owned by Carlos Slim has asked Californian authorities to investigate the funding behind protests against the Mexican tycoon by lobby group Two Countries, One Voice.The group has been leading U.S. protests against Slim, accusing his phone company of charging Mexican immigrants inflated prices to call home, just as the billionaire tries to build up business in the United States.Slim's small but growing U.S. cellphone company Tracfone on Tuesday said it filed a complaint with California's Fair Political Practices Commission, alleging the group has been lobbying state officials and regulatory bodies."We have requested that the FPPC investigate our claims...to determine the true sponsors of (Two Countries, One Voice) and whether the political process in California has been unduly subverted by corporate and/or political interests."A spokesperson for California's FPPC did not immediately respond to messages.It is not the first skirmish between Slim and the group.Last...
FBN’s Gerri Willis on the potential tax increases on the way and the lack of a budget.
Heritage Foundation Policy Analyst Nick Loris on political and business leaders at the World Economic Forum pushing for government spending on green energy.
NextGeneration.TV Hosts Allen West and Michelle Fields on efforts to get young people more involved and aware of how issues such as government spending impacts them.
St. Louis Tea Party founder Dana Loesch argues lawmakers need to make spending cuts, not tax hikes.
Univ. of Chicago Professor Charles Lipson, Euro Pacific Capital’s Peter Schiff and Steel Vine Investments CEO Spencer Patton on the potential further tax hikes.
Radio host Miriam Wallach on the entitlement culture of today’s youth.
Dallas Tea Party Leader Katrina Pierson and Citizens for Self-Governance President Mark Meckler on the fiscal cliff deal.
Time to see if you were paying attention over the past year.What vanishing products will Americans pretend to miss the most? A) Newsweek , print edition. B) Kodak fi...
Facing national criticism on issues ranging from taxes to marketing practices, Denmark's largest bank is taking further action to gain back public trust by having it...
After 220 years, a stock-trading concern that started under a buttonwood tree in lower Manhattan is getting taken over by a high-tech futures trader from the Deep So...
Time taps the president for honor
Another year of high unemployment and anemic economic growth rates has come and gone, leaving many people to say "good riddance" to 2012. But will the situation impr...
National Review's Jonah Goldberg weighs in on Democratic jitters
“Forever Young” castmates Arthur Albert and Michael Markiewicz on the show that brings together America’s greatest generation with one of its youngest.
Warren Buffett is the nicest billionaire you could ever meet.The aw-shucks owner of Dairy Queen says he only buys businesses he understands. He calls derivatives "we...
King’s College Professor of Business and Economics Brian Brenberg on how profitable businesses can help the community.
“Coming Apart” author Charles Murray argues there is a growing divide between the American people.
National Republican Fundraiser Noelle Nikpour on political contributions from Hollywood.
SmartCredit.com Consumer Education President John Ulzheimer and Pinnacle Capital Management’s Ryan Mack on how credit card users can avoid swipe fees when shopping.