FBN’s Lou Dobbs on Rep. Paul Ryan’s plan to battle poverty .
Tea Party activist David Webb, former Cincinnati Mayor Kenneth Blackwell and Dallas Tea Party activist Katrina Pierson on the border crisis and White House immigration policy.
Investment Company Institute’s Brian Reid and ‘Pound Foolish’ author Helaine Olen on the state of Americans’ retirement savings.
Eagle Bay Capital founder J.C. Parets argues money flow will shift out of Germany into Brazil.
UC Irvine economics professor David Neumark on the minimum wage, low-income workers and economic growth.
Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair argues raising the minimum wage is good for business.
‘The American Boomerang’ author Nick Adams on ways to improve the U.S. economy.
Rep. Jim Bridenstine, (R-Okla.), on being denied access to the facility housing illegal alien children at Fort Sill.
FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the Obama Administration’s immigration policy and handling of the mounting border crisis.
Richard Fowler, Jimmy Failla and Sherrod Small on a poll on the best and worst presidents since World War II.
WSJ Editorial Board Member Jason L. Riley argues government policies that interfere with self-development can do more harm than good.
National Review Online Contributing Editor Deroy Murdock and WSJ Opinion Page Editor James Taranto on the Supreme Court decision on the recess appointments by the White House and immigration.
Global Financial CFO Chris Bertelsen and Payden & Rygel senior economist Jeff Cleveland give their outlooks for the markets.
Matt Schlapp, former White House Political Director under President George W. Bush, and FNC’s Jedediah Bila on former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Rep. Paul Ryan and the Obama Administration.
The Mensa panel weighs in on the Apollo 11 moon landing, Slash the guitarist and the U.S. border crisis.
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian on the barrier to entrance into the app industry and low cost of creating an app.
FBN’s Liz MacDonald on concerns efforts to help the illegal immigrant children crossing the border is distracting from American children who need help.
Venture capitalist Tim Draper on the idea of breaking California into six states.
WSJ Editorial Board Member Jason Riley on race’s role in White House policies.
Pallorium CEO Steven Rambam on his new TV show and Kinky Friedman on his political run in Texas.