Justin Duckham on how news outlets treat the grassroots movement as dead unless they challenge a sitting Republican
Former presidential candidate Ralph Nader tells Alan why he believes the Democratic party needs to get more aggressive.
FBN's Robert Gray on protesters descending on the annual Bank of America shareholder meeting in North Carolina.
Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich tells Alan what he believes needs to be done to fix our economy.
Krauthammer explains possibility of Sen. Marco Rubio getting into the presidential fold
Do you know the difference between a Jeremiah and a Cassandra? No, not in the obvious sense that one's a man and the other a woman. It's perfectly possible that your...
The Manhattan Institute’s Robert Bryce on the future of energy in North America.
Rich Lowry analyzes Rep. Paul Ryan's budget plan
Listeners have their say in one sentence or less.
2012 hopeful and former House Speaker takes on his showing at the Tea Party-sponsored debate, Obama's jobs plan and more
(Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Thursday is expected to offer a plan to jump-start flagging U.S. job growth that relies on a package of tax cuts and government...
Where did the media stand on debt crisis?
FBN’s Gerri Willis on how a downgrade of the U.S. credit rating could impact the U.S. economy and your finances.
Is it unfair that some people make more money than others? Stossel looks at the issue of income inequality
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Bernie Goldberg reacts
President Barack Obama's proposal to raise the minimum wage is in sync with his push to grow the economy by bolstering the middle class but it puts him at odds with ...
Past comments raise concern about CIA nominee
Siris Capital Group managing director Peter Berger on the fiscal cliff and private equity industry.
Gutfeld: Paper blinded by lint in president's pocket