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Neil’s Spiel: Speaker Boehner asked about his scowl?

FBN’s Neil Cavuto, Black Rock Group Senior Director Lisa Boothe, co-founder Jonas Max Ferris and United Advisors Chief Market Strategist Scott Martin on media bias.

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  1. President Obama proposes $320B in new taxes

    National Taxpayers Union President Pete Sepp, Chapwood Investment Management’s Ed Butowsky and Political Editor Guy Benson on the Obama Administration’s calls for tax hikes on the wealthy.

  2. Why are Republicans pushing to give Obama more authority on trade?

    Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes on the Obama Administration’s decision to release five Guantanamo Bay detainees, Republicans pushing to give President Obama more trade authority and President Obama’s handling of Iran.

  3. Nevada politicians’ cozy relationship with taxi industry

    FBN’s John Stossel on the Nevada government’s convoluted rules to help reduce taxi scams in Las Vegas.

  4. Free money for illegal immigrants?

    ‘Weekly Standard’ columnist Steve Hayes discusses the impact of Obama’s amnesty for illegal immigrants and the president’s long line of vetoes.

  5. Neil’s Spiel: ‘The more, the merrier’ for Republican candidates in 2016

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on why the already expanding crowd of potential 2016 Republican presidential candidates is good for the party.

  6. Efforts to make Keystone Pipeline legislation veto-proof

    Sen. David Vitter, (R-La.), on the Keystone Pipeline, President Obama not attending the rally in Paris, immigration and Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch.

  7. Will Mitt Romney put his hat in the ring in 2016?

    Black Rock Group Senior Director Lisa Boothe and Daily Caller News Foundation Editor-in-Chief Christopher Bedford on Mitt Romney considering a 2016 Presidential run and potential Democratic candidates speaking out against the rich.

  8. Romney will run in the 2016 elections?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino, Skybridge Capital Founder Anthony Scaramucci and Senior Political Editor Guy Benson on Mitt Romney’s possible 2016 presidential bid against Jeb Bush.

  9. Pope targeting capitalism?

    Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore discusses Pope Francis’ comments on capitalism.

  10. Neil’s Spiel: Huckabee has a chance in 2016 because of passion, not money

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on former Gov. Mike Huckabee’s potential chances if he runs for President in 2016.

  11. Dramatic freefall in the velocity of money?

    FBN’s Charles Payne on the deceleration of the flow of money in the economy.

  12. ObamaCare tax surprises coming in 2015

    RealClearMarkets Editor John Tamny, FBN’s Cheryl Casone and Forbes Contributor Carrie Sheffield discuss former New York Governor Mario Cuomo’s economic policies and ObamaCare taxes in 2015.

  1. Sen. Marco Rubio moves toward 2016 Presidential bid

    Former White House Political Director Matt Schlapp and former President George W. Bush Spokesperson Mercedes Schlapp on the expanding 2016 Republican field.

  2. Dobbs gives his commentary on Obama’s tax plans

    ‘Dobbs’ Host Lou Dobbs gives his commentary on Obama’s sixth State of the Union speech and rhetoric.

  3. Sen. Ted Cruz: The speech tonight was very disappointing

    Sen. Ted Cruz, (R-Texas), on the State of the Union and leadership.

  4. Can a moderate Republican win in 2016?

    Forbes Media Editor-in-Chief Steve Forbes discusses potential GOP candidates for the 2016 presidential election.

  5. What to expect from the State of the Union

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto discusses President Obama’s upcoming State of the Union address.

  6. Will Obama discuss terror in his State of the Union address?

    FNC’s Bret Baier discusses President Obama’s State of the Union address and why the administration is not labeling the latest terror attacks as ‘radical Islam.’

  7. Neil’s Spiel: Conservatives already dismissing Romney in 2016?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on conservatives already dismissing a Mitt Romney candidacy in the 2016 race.

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