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Stossel 06/26/14: Crapitalism

Stossel takes on crony capitalism and the Export-Import Bank

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  1. Congress’ Earmark Requests Continue Despite ‘Pork’ Ban

    Citizens Against Government Waste President Tom Schatz on Congress’ pork projects despite its ban on earmarks.

  2. Republicans Divided Over Tying Renewal Of Export Agency To Capital Access Bill

    Republican senators appear divided over whether to oppose a Democratic plan to attach the reauthorization of a federal agency that supports U.S. exports to a bill th...

  3. Huckabee: Two-Month Extension is Absurd

    Former Governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee on the lasting political implications of the payroll-tax extension.

  4. McCaskill: Earmarks Won’t Help Fiscal Mess

    Sen. Claire McCaskill, (D-Mo.), on her report bringing to light earmarks in defense bills.

  5. Bell: If Super Committee Fails There Will Be A Downgrade

    Steve Bell of the Bipartisan Policy Center on the importance of the Super Committee and how it can reduce spending while increasing revenue.

  6. Meet the New GOP Presidential Frontrunner

    Texas Congressman and Presidential Candidate Ron Paul on his new first place poll results in Iowa and why the GOP is looking for some new taxes.

  7. Breaking Down Romney's Tax Reform

    Former Rep. Phil English (R-PA) on Mitt Romney's tax reform plan and the 2012 elections.

  8. How Big Business Influences The Super Committee Members

    “All politics is local”–Thomas Phillip “Tip” O’Neill, Jr., Speaker of the House, 1977 to 1987Twelve members of Congress have been tasked with producing legislation t...

  9. Is a Consumption Tax Needed to Reduce Debt?

    Former Reagan Budget Director David Stockman on what is needed to rein in the government’s debt.

  10. A Case Study in Government vs. the Individual

    Freedom Fighters Charles Payne, Ellis Henican and Lenore Hawkins discuss the case of cancer patient Jan Cline who works to pay down her skyrocketing medical bills by holding weekend garage sales in her backyard. Her town has told her to cease and desist.

  11. Special Interests Are Big Backers of Deficit Super Committee Members

    Let the gridlock begin where it always does, with political donations.The bipartisan "super committee" created under the debt ceiling deal that is supposed to come u...

  12. Super Committee Nears Completion

    FBN’s Adam Shapiro discusses the administration’s efforts to create jobs and the president’s recent string of fundraising events.

  1. American Cheese Makers vs. EU in Food-Name Fight

    In Connecticut, Sen. Chris Murphy is hosting the Connecticut Cheese Challenge to draw attention to European efforts to restrict American farmers’ ability to call their cheese by names like feta, parmesan and muenster.

  2. Investors Back Fannie, Freddie Despite Lawmaker Plans

    A Senate proposal for winding down Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac slammed their shares over the last two days, but big investors in the government-owned mortgage agencie...

  3. SEC's New Crowdfunding Rules Explained

    The SEC proposed new rules on Wednesday that would allow startups to sell equity through crowdfunding portals.

  4. Senators Say SEC Going Too Far With Startup Financing Rules

    Senators John Thune (R-SD) and Pat Toomey (R-PA) send letter to SEC Chairman Mary Jo White sharing concerns about unnecessary rules surrounding the JOBS Act.  

  5. Conversation at Obama, GOP Dinner Table

    Senator Pat Toomey weighs in on whether there was a legitimate exchange of ideas during President Obama’s dinner with Republican senators.

  6. Drama on Capitol Hill? You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

    President Barack Obama and congressional Republicans face even bigger budget battles in the next two months after a hard-fought "fiscal cliff" deal narrowly averted ...

  7. Sen. DeMint on His Decision to Leave The Senate

    Sen. Jim DeMint, (R-SC), on why he decided to leave the Senate in January in order to head the Heritage Foundation.

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