The Daily Caller’s Tucker Carlson , LandColt Capital’s Todd Schoenberger, conservative columnist Jessie Jane Duff and FBN’s Lauren Simonetti on the issues facing state health exchanges.
The Daily Caller Editor Tucker Carlson on White House Czars eliminated in the budget deal and the 30 Czars that still remain.
Fox News Contributor Tucker Carlson discusses whether government attempts to cut spending negatively impacted the ability to remove snow from major cities.
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FNC contributor Tucker Carlson argues Democrats will be hurt in the November elections by their association with the president.
FNC contributor Tucker Carlson on the compensation gap between government and private-sector employees.
FOX News Contributor Tucker Carlson breaks down why the president’s agenda is causing a national panic.
Former GOP leader Tom DeLay on why the Democrats are playing with fire, and who might get burned.
Political strategist Paul Begala on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight, his ‘musical Mount Rushmore,’ the crisis in Ukraine and CPAC.
The Daily Caller founder Tucker Carlson and FNC Digital Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt on the state of the Republican Party and who stands out as the party’s future leadership.
“Mugged” author Ann Coulter on a 2007 video of President Obama commenting on Katrina aftermath.
The Daily Caller founder Tucker Carlson , Democratic Strategist Hank Sheinkopf and Republican Strategist Ron Christie on the impact of the President removing the work requirement for Welfare and the Obama campaign’s attack ads.
Daily Caller Editor-in-Chief Tucker Carlson on the GOP Presidential race and Medicare’s impact on the government’s debt.
Breitbart.com Publisher Andrew Breitbart argues the media and Administration are pushing the focus onto class warfare rather than the deficit and real economic issues.
Daily Caller Editor-in-Chief Tucker Carlson on the Republican campaign becoming a two-person race between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich.