Former Senate Majority Leader gives insight
Judge Andrew Napolitano on what a potential lawsuit could mean for the White House
Questions over potential impact on markets
Critics want agency scrapped
Reince Priebus believes the Justice Department's controversial AP phone records grab is just the last scandal in a 'miserable tenure'
The Hill’s Bob Cusack, Republican Fundraiser Noelle Nikpour and FBN’s Melissa Francis on the political impact of the recent scandals.
Former counsel to President Nixon John Dean explains to Alan why there are no comparisons between President Obama to Nixon .
Reaction to Obama's approach to scandals
Brent Bozell weighs in on recent coverage
Rep. Ted Poe, (R-Texas), on the investigation into the Benghazi attack.
Presidential historian Douglas Brinkley on what the White House needs to do in the face of growing scandals.
Former Reagan Budget Director David Stockman on the scandals surrounding the White House and the mounting government debt.
Former VA Gov. Doug Wilder speaks out
Economist Ben Stein on the similarities between the recent White House scandals and Watergate .
William La Jeunesse reports
Democratic strategist Julie Roginsky on the accusations that the administration used government powers to skew the election.
William La Jeunesse reports from the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, Calif.
Neil talks public perception
Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on whether the IRS’s actions were criminal or just unconstitutional.