Radio host Larry Edler on Gov. Brown saying that the state is fiscally stable.
FBN’s Stuart Varney sounds off on the president’s speech and whether it will impact his economic policy.
“The Amateur” author Ed Klein on his interview with Rev. Jeremiah Wright about his relationship with the President.
Dear Mayor Booker –Wowee, life has thrown you a curve this week, hasn't it? You didn't see this thing coming from a mile away.The question is, what are you going to ...
Wayne Rogers & Co. chairman Wayne Rogers weighs in on the Democrats' latest attack on Mitt Romney and Bain Capital.
ABC News’s Jake Tapper on the recent polling data and Mitt Romney’s decision to advise against ads attacking President Obama.
“The Amateur” author Edward Klein gives a behind the scenes the Obama Administration.
Attorney Tamara Holder discusses the continued investigation into campaign spending habits of John Edwards and case against Roger Clemens.
Psychologist Dr. Keith Ablow on why the President’s comments on Trayvon Martin were divisive.
Author Jason Mattera on his book, “Hollywood Hypocrites”.
Psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow on the impact of the Breitbart video of Obama as a Harvard law student and Obama’s campaign video.
Former Clinton Advisor Dick Morris questions whether the long primary season will hurt Republicans.
Paul Begala, political strategist, on the 2012 election and Mitt Romney's infamous comment on the poor.
Former MLB Cliff Floyd on the increase in taxes and how it will impact professional athletes.
Just say it: "I am a Cubs fan and a Bud man and a Republican."Joe Ricketts, patriarch of the family that owns the Chicago Cubs, risks inextricably linking the bigges...
“The Amateur” author Ed Klein on the protests in the Middle East and the Presidential race.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka on the challenges for union labor across the country.
Mark Stevens, “Your Marketing Sucks” author, weighs in on Mitt Romney’s image and how he would market the GOP candidate.
King’s College President Dinesh D’Souza on who shaped Obama’s political views at Harvard.
“Spreading the Wealth” author Stanley Kurtz argues the President wants to redistribute wealth from the suburbs to the cities.