The Mensa panel weighs in on reports about Al Sharpton’s unpaid taxes, President Obama’s immigration policy and the ‘normal’ Barbie doll’s debut.
FNC’s Ed Henry recaps the president’s address in Charlotte.
Bo Dietl of Investigations.com sounds off on the trial of terrorists involved with attacks against America.
Jose Rodriguez, Ex-CIA director, on his book and accusations against Nancy Pelosi.
Lt. Col. Steve Russell on his new book, “We Got Him.”
Radio Host Laura Ingraham on Mitt Romney’s efforts to win the GOP nomination for the 2012 presidential election.
Author Robert Greenfield on his latest book, “The Last Sultan”.
Judge Napolitano describes the history of how the GOP was infiltrated by socialists and communists who swayed U.S. foreign policy into a Neo-Wilsonian, “Make the World Safe for Democracy” Project for a New American Century.
Get ready for some hilarious moments from Imus and the gang.
FOX News Legal Analyst Lis Wiehl and Deirdre Imus discuss whether torture is responsible for obtaining pertinent information from combatants.
Former FBI agent Ali Soufan recounts his eight years of counterterrorism work for the FBI and explains why 9/11 could’ve been prevented as well as why torture doesn’t work.
Author Ann Coulter and Reason Magazine’s Matt Welch debate the U.S.’s reaction to the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
CBS News’s Bob Schieffer on the continued debate surrounding the debt ceiling.
Political analyst Carl Jeffers weighs in on the VA scandal and the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
FBN’s Imus experts debate whether the government should use drones to kill terrorists even if they are American citizens.
Ret. Navy SEAL Leif Babin discusses the nomination of Chuck Hagel and motion picture “Zero Dark Thirty”.
Bo Dietl of Investigations.com on the need for more help in the areas ravaged by Hurricane Sandy.
“Mugged” author Ann Coulter on the Administration’s handling of the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya.
Former Sen. Bob Kerrey, (D-Neb.), on efforts to reduce the government’s debt.
South Texas Money Management President Jim Kee on the economic concerns weighing on the markets and where the opportunities are for investors.