Father Jonathan Morris sounds off on the FEMA’s decision to only give loans to houses of worship because of separation of church and state .
Fmr. World Heavyweight Boxing Champion George Foreman on the need for politicians to make the painful decisions on spending cuts so the U.S. and its economy can benefit.
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach discusses why Reform Jews earn on average more than other religions.
Miss America Teresa Scanlan and FBN's market experts discuss whether the administration needs to spend more money on education.
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Gov. David Paterson, (D-NY), on talk radio and on becoming governor and the challenges he faced during his time in office.
Former UBS Chairman Joe Grano weighs in on financial regulation.
David Laband, professor of economics and policy at Auburn University, on the revenue states can tap into if Blue Laws are abolished.
Mercy Ministries Founder Nancy Alcorn on what inspired her to help women through difficult times.
EKOS Ministries Pastor and CEO Sidney Williams weighs in on religious groups and the financial industry.
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FOX News Legal Analyst Lis Wiehl and Deirdre Imus debate whether government should be able to regulate food in schools.
Judge Napolitano goes through the major issues of the day pointing out the inconsistencies in U.S. government policies.
Fernando Cabrera (D-NY), New York City councilman, on his arrest for the protests against Mayor Mike Bloomberg's rule that religious groups cannot meet on public school property.
Connor Boyack, author of “Latter Day Liberty,” explains why Mormons would do better with a libertarian philosophy for their own religious freedom
Journalist Andrew Breitbart discusses whether big labor will take over the Occupy Wall Street protests.
State Rep. Micky Hammon, (R-Ala), and Thomas Rodi, Archbishop of Mobile, Ala., debate the state’s new law.
Father Jonathan Morris on Rangel’s call for politicians to ask, ‘What Would Jesus Do?’