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President Obama too soft on cyber terrorism ?

Former White House Political Director Matt Schlapp and former President George W. Bush Spokesperson Mercedes Schlapp on President Obama’s response to the Sony hacking.

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  1. Are the hackers from North Korea?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and WSJ’s Mary Kissel discuss North Korea, and whether they are a credible threat to Hollywood

  2. Debate over Obama’s presidency

    WSJ Editor-in-Chief Gerry Baker and Former World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov discuss Americans’ lack of confidence with The Obama Administration.

  3. George Clooney sounds off on ‘Interview’ cancellation

    MRY CEO Matt Britton, Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough and Jones Trading Chief Market Strategist Mike O’Rourke give insight into Sony’s hack attack and their decision to pull ‘The Interview.

  4. Sony’s handling of the hacking setting a bad precedent?

    FNC military analyst Lt. Col. Bill Cowan, (Ret.), and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the fallout from the Sony hacking.

  5. Cancelling ‘The Interview’ a cowardly move by Sony?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, NewOak Capital President James Frischling, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, retail analyst Hitha Herzog, Monster Worldwide Senior V.P. Joanie Courtney and Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes on the fallout from the Sony hacking and the cyber security stocks to watch.

  6. Market rally all about the Fed?

    Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore, Townhall.com Senior Political Editor Guy Benson and Capitalistpig Hedge Fund founding member Jonathan Hoenig on the markets, Sony hacking and the U.S. establishing ties with Cuba.

  7. America the laughing stock?

    FBN’s Melissa Francis and ‘Special Report’ Host Bret Baier discuss how the U.S. government has responded to the Sony’s decision to pull ‘The Interview’ and the change in U.S. policy towards Cuba.

  8. Sony caves to cyberterrorism

    Deadline.com reporter Dominic Patten and Judge Andrew Napolitano on Sony’s decision not to release ‘The Interview.’

  9. Imus’ top TV picks

    New York Magazine’s Frank Rich and Don Imus on the Daily Show and Veep.

  10. Mensa Meeting: CIA interrogation report

    On this morning’s Mensa Meeting, the panelists discuss the CIA’s recently released interrogation report.

  11. Neil’s Spiel: ‘Terrorists are winning and laughing in our face’

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on Sony’s handling of its hacking and threats of a terrorist attack by the hackers.

  12. President Obama moves to open relations with Cuba

    Former Sen. Mel Martinez, (R-Fla.), on the Obama Administration’s plans to open relations with Cuba.

  1. White House considers placing North Korea on state sponsors of terror list

    Former Gov. Mike Huckabee, (R-Ark.), on the fallout from the Sony hacking and the Washington Post’s criticisms of President Obama.

  2. FBI blames North Korea for hacking of Sony

    Former White House CIO Theresa Payton and former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton on the fallout from the Sony hacking.

  3. Obama: Sony made a mistake

    Forbes contributor Carrie Sheffield, Portfolio Wealth Advisors CIO Lee Munson and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes weigh in on Sony’s blame on theaters and Obama’s criticism of their actions.

  4. Helping companies protect against targeted cyber attacks

    Proofpoint CEO Gary Steele on efforts to improve cyber security.

  5. President Obama: Sony made a mistake

    Jonathan Hoenig of Capitalist Pig and Scott Martin of United Advisers discuss Obama’s comments on Sony at his end of the year press conference.

  6. Ringo Starr’s home for sale

    FBN’s Cheryl Casone takes a look at the $4 million Colorado ranch being sold by Ringo Starr.

  7. How much money will Sony lose in North Korea attack?

    Variety Senior Film and Media Reporter Brent Lang and Lanier Law Firm’s Mark Lanier discuss Sony’s expected losses, legal fees and what Al Sharpton had to say about the attack.

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