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Will big money be Sen. Ted Cruz’s big campaign obstacle?

Former Carter Senior Advisor Patrick Caddell, national Republican fundraiser Noelle Nikpour and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on Sen. Ted Cruz’s, (R-TX), decision to run for president in 2016.

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  1. Teachers’ unions on track to spend $80M on elections

    FNC’s Mike Emanuel breaks down how teachers unions are impacting the midterm elections.

  2. Why are Democrats so threatened by the Koch brothers?

    Republican National fundraiser Noelle Nikpour, Young America’s Foundation’s Ashley Pratte, MaxFunds.com Editor Jonas Max Ferris and FBN’s Liz MacDonald on Democrats’ criticism of the Koch Brothers.

  3. Obama to deny Keystone permit?

    Karl Rove says denying the Keystone permit is a stupid political move for Obama.

  4. Republicans taking the wrong route to immigration reform?

    The Foundry Senior Contributor Genevieve Wood on immigration reform.

  5. Paul Begala on Ukraine, CPAC

    Political strategist Paul Begala on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight, his ‘musical Mount Rushmore,’ the crisis in Ukraine and CPAC.

  6. Inside Look: The Genesis of IRS Political Pressure

    The 2010 Congressional midterm elections were approaching. Attacks on the Tea Party and groups calling for less government spending and taxation were in full swing.P...

  7. White says SEC not now writing political spending rule

    The head of the Securities and Exchange Commission told lawmakers on Thursday that her agency, despite pressure from liberal groups, is not currently drafting a rule...

  8. Dobbs: NYC Mayor is Financing Assault on 2nd Amendment

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s efforts to ban items from soda to guns while the city faces issues with its educational system and rising homeless population.

  9. MetLife Names Former Commerce Secretary Gutierrez to Board

    MetLife Inc. (MET), the largest life insurer in the U.S., named former U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez to its board of directors, the first addition since a...

  10. Tim Robbins Donated $5K to Republican Candidates in 2006

    National Republican Fundraiser Noelle Nikpour on political contributions from Hollywood.

  11. Are Regulations the Biggest Concern for Banks?

    Former Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez on the idea of “too big to fail” and the impact on the financial sector of regulations such as Dodd-Frank.

  12. The Wealthy Behind the Presidential Race

    Individual donors to presidential candidates can contribute up to $2,500 for the state-by-state party nominating contests and another $2,500 for the general election...

  1. Hillary Clinton vs. Rand Paul in 2016?

    FNC’s Carl Cameron discusses Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, Rand Paul and the 2016 presidential race.

  2. Neil’s Spiel: We should listen to the underdog, too

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto and 2016 Republican presidential hopeful Mark Everson on the process of picking presidential candidates.

  3. Did Hillary Clinton set up the email server to avoid subpoenas?

    The Accountability Project co-founder Nomiki Knost and WOR radio talk show host Mark Simone on Hillary Clinton’s email scandal and the latest in the 2016 Presidential race.

  4. Did Hillary Clinton plagiarize Carly Fiorina in a speech?

    Red Eye co-hosts Andy Levy and Joanne Nosuchinsky on accusations Hillary Clinton copied a Carly Fiorina speech and the White House calling illegal immigrants ‘Americans-in-waiting.’

  5. Blue billionaires on top

    Former Deputy Assistant to President George W. Bush Blakeman discusses money and its impact on the election.

  6. Buffett backs Hillary with $25K donation

    Republican Political Strategist Tony Sayegh and Fox News Contributor Pete Hegseth weigh in on the incoming Senate, Mitch McConnell, Warren Buffett’s donation to a Hillary Clinton campaign group and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

  7. Voters have spoken and they want changes in America

    Democratic Super PAC Founder Bill Burton explains why he joined the Democratic party and weighs in on the voter backlash to Obama

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