Psychotherapist Dr. Jeanne Safer and her husband Richard Brookhiser discuss how they are able to have a successful marriage despite their different political views.
Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) gives his take on a new amendment that would require congressional approval for any military action President Trump tries to take against Iran.
FOX Business’ Kennedy on how the NSA was caught improperly collecting U.S. phone call data.
Washington Examiner commentary editor Tim Carney on the report that the national debt could push the U.S. into a “fiscal crisis.”
Fox News medical correspondent Dr. Marc Siegel on why marijuana could be a good alternative to opioids.
FOX Business’ Kennedy on the problems surrounding the research of marijuana.
Former CIA analyst Buck Sexton discusses how Special Counsel Robert Mueller agreed to testify before Congress next month and the rising tensions between the U.S. and Iran.
“Backlash” author Brad Thor on which countries poses the biggest threat to the United States.
FOX Business’ Kennedy on Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders’ free stuff giveaway plan.
National Taxpayers Union senior fellow Mattie Duppler on the U.S.-China trade dispute and the USMCA trade agreement.
Iraq combat veteran Bryan Suits gives his take on Iran’s attack against a U.S. military drone.
FOX Business’ Kennedy on the U.S.-Iranian tensions.
“The Fifth Column” podcast host Kmele Foster on the debate over the slavery reparations bill.
“Unidentified” star Luis Elizondo on the Pentagon’s UFO program.
Reason.com managing editor Peter Suderman says Medicare-for-all will hurt Democrats in 2020.
Attorney Gayle Trotter, “Part of the Problem” podcast host Dave Smith and America Rising PAC senior adviser Alexandra Wilkes react to President Trump’s re-election rally in Orlando, Florida.
“America is too good for this government,” said Adam Kokesh.
On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that a person can be charged and tried in state and federal court for the same crime. Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on the Supreme Court’s ruling.
Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes, comedian Jimmy Failla and Young Americans for Liberty President Cliff Maloney on the Supreme Court’s “double jeopardy” ruling. The panel also reacts to O.J. Simpson joining Twitter.
Libertarian presidential candidate Adam Kokesh explains why he wants to abolish the federal government.