FBN’s Charlie Gasparino says there’s an unprecedented demand for the Alibaba IPO from Asian institutions.
Former Rep. Ron Paul , (R-Texas), on the need to rein in government debt.
Former Rep. Ron Paul , (R-Texas), on isolationism, border security and the impact of immigration policy.
Former Obama campaign aide Mark Hannah, Black Rock Group Senior Director Lisa Boothe and ProfitableTrading.com Senior Strategist Jared Levy on the viral audio of a Comcast customer trying to cancel his plan and White House efforts to ban companies from merging for the foreign tax rates.
Former Sen. Joe Lieberman, (I-CT), on concerns about the Obama Administration’s handling of foreign policy issues.
FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the numerous unanswered questions in the IRS scandal.
Former Rep. Ron Paul , (R-Texas), on U.S. foreign policy and why the U.S. should stay out of Iraq.
Former Texas congressman Ron Paul talks inflation, the escalating crisis in Iraq and the political landscape.
Col. Allen West, U.S. Army (Ret.), on U.S. foreign policy and the rising violence in Iraq.
Congressional Counter-Terrorism Advisor Walid Phares on the unrest in Iraq.
Ron Paul weighs in on Eric Cantor’s loss to David Brat this week.
Rep. Paul Gosar, (R-Ariz.), on White House efforts to nationalize local zoning decisions.
FBN’s Neil Cavuto on what is needed to improve health care for America’s veterans, plus thoughts on the NSA and the push to raise the minimum wage.
Former Rep. Ron Paul , (R-Texas), reacts to the Fed decision.
Judge Andrew Napolitano on the legality of the President issuing drone strikes against ISIS.
Senate minority leader Senator Mitch McConnell discusses President Obama’s handling of ISIS, and his plans for the Republicans in the next session of Congress before the election.
FNC political analyst Ed Rollins on the Obama Administration and the midterm elections.
FBN’s Neil Cavuto on immigration and student loan debt.
Former Rep. Ron Paul , (R-Texas), on the need to reign in the size of government.
FBN’s Lou Dobbs on Rep. Paul Ryan’s plan to battle poverty.