Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses the legality of monitoring American citizens without proof of breaking the law.
How the D.C. overlords stay in power
Journalist and author Jeff Greenfield weighs in on the results of the midterm elections, President Obama and his latest book ‘If Kennedy Lived.’
'Founder John' discusses the importance of the Constitution
Home Depot Co-Founder Ken Langone and Huckabee Host Gov. Mike Huckabee discuss their outlook for midterm Senate races.
Author Deirdre Imus and FNC’s Lis Wiehl weigh in on the Ebola crisis, mandatory Ebola quarantines, Taylor Swift, Halloween and the Washington state high school shooting.
Former Navy Seal Jonathan Gilliam and Former NY Police Detective Investigator Thomas Ruskin discuss how to predict and prevent deadly attacks from happening.
FBN’s John Stossel’s take on the Constitution and today’s government.
FBN’s John Stossel on the American Constitution .
Judge Andrew Napolitano on the Ebola virus, White House security and California’s gun-seizure law.
Judge Andrew Napolitano on reports of collusion between the EPA and environmental groups.
FNC senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on the potential impact of the FBI’s facial-recognition software.
Washington Examiner political columnist Tim Carney and Fox News contributor Julie Roginsky on the New York gubernatorial primary election and Citizens United.
Judge Andrew Napolitano on his new book, the bully pulpit and Rand Paul.
Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses ObamaCare ‘wellness’ lawsuits and a Supreme Court hearing on Facebook threats.
What do the results of the midterm elections mean for freedom?
The Wall Street Journal columnist Veronica Dagher, Meritas Advisors Principal Lenore Hawkins and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on the Thanksgiving holiday and the Black Friday shopping craze in America.
Republican Strategists Ron Christie and Kellyanne Conway on the Ferguson grand jury decision and protests.
Gov. Frank Keating and Gov. Mark Parkinson discuss the impact of President Obama’s executive action plan on immigration on the economy.
Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) weighs in on changes coming to Congress, government spending and the war in Syria.