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Entitlement cuts, tax hikes necessary to rein in government debt?

Former Sen. Scott Brown, (R-Mass.), and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on what is needed to tackle America’s mounting debt.

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  1. Vice President Biden calling for ‘emancipation’ on income inequality

    ‘The Richard Fowler Show’ Radio Host Richard Fowler and FOX News Political Analyst Juan Williams on income inequality and Biden’s comments on wealth ‘emancipation.’

  2. Has Obama fundamentally changed America?

    Fox News Contributor Katie Pavlich, The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes weigh in on how President Obama’s policies have changed America.

  3. Are consumers getting in over their head with debt again?

    CreditSesame.com’s John Ulzheimer, Heritage Foundation Economist Romina Boccia and personal finance expert Vera Gibbons on concerns Americans are beginning to take on too much debt.

  4. Buffett buys stake in 21st Century Fox

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and Chapwood Investments’ Ed Butowsky on Warren Buffet’s new stake in 21st Century Fox.

  5. Fmr. Sen. Scott Brown on the impact of ObamaCare

    Former Sen. Scott Brown, (R-MA), weighs in on Homeland Security funding and the economic impact of ObamaCare.

  6. Will U.S. pay down its debt?

    Live at the World Money Show, FBN’s Charles Payne answers a question from the audience about the national debt .

  7. What is the ‘parasite’ economy?

    FBN's John Stossel on the ‘parasite’ economy and economic struggles.

  8. Obama’s student loan program facing $21.8B shortfall?

    Young America’s Foundation’s Ashley Pratte discusses reports about the $21.8 billion shortfall of President Obama’s student loan program.

  9. Obama administration sees massive shortfall on student loan program

    Fox News Digital Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt on Obama’s student loan program.

  10. What’s the Deal, Neil: The debt really does matter?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on why Americans should be concerned about the country’s expanding debt.

  11. Is the Obama Administration’s budget proposal DOA?

    The Weekly Standard’s Fred Barnes, Cato Institute’s Dan Mitchell and Heritage Foundation Senior Economist Steve Moore break down the Obama Administration’s new budget proposal.

  12. Apple rather borrow then bring money back from overseas?

    Heritage Chief Economist Steve Moore on Apple borrowing money to avoid taking a tax hit on overseas money.

  1. Why does the EPA want to crack down on BBQs?

    State Senator Eric Schmitt, (R-Missouri), on the reasons why the EPA wants to crack down on barbecuing and monitor hotel showering.

  2. Top 1% paying more than 35% of federal income taxes

    Washington Times Online Opinion Editor Monica Crowley weighs in on a study about the top 1% of earners in the U.S. and the amount of federal income taxes they pay.

  3. Neil’s Spiel: Government unfit to judge whether banks are fit?

    Democratic Strategist Bernard Whitman, Cove Strategies co-founder Mercedes Schlapp and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the Federal Reserve’s bank stress tests.

  4. President Obama’s next executive action to raise taxes?

    National Taxpayers Union President Pete Sepp and National Review Editor-in-Chief Rich Lowry on President Obama’s potential use of executive actions to raise taxes.

  5. Should Obama use executive action to raise taxes?

    Strategas Research CEO Jason Trennert argues Obama would use executive action to raise taxes to get even rather than give businesses a competitive edge.

  6. Biden calls for ‘emancipation’ of wealth

    Hermancain.com’s Herman Cain and ‘Fox & Friends’ Host Brian Kilmeade on Vice President Joe Biden’s wealth emancipation comments and wealth re-distribution.

  7. Vice President Biden under fire for ‘wealth emancipation’ comments

    Cure President Star Parker on Vice President Biden’s wealth comments and wealth equality.

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