Economist David Henderson argues that we should buy the cheapest goods available to free up capital for further spending.
Manhattan Institute economist Josh Barro debunks the cries of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Should interns get paid? Should minimum wage laws apply? Shouldn’t the education and training an intern gets be considered? Are there any unintended consequences of mandating that interns be paid? This segment looks at internships in America.
Veterinarian Ron Hines discusses why he is no longer allowed to dispense medical advice over the internet.
Gibbs Sports Amphibians’ Debbi Gibbs discusses why U.S. regulations are keeping her product off America’s roads.
Center for Security Policy President Frank Gaffney and the Cato Institute’s Jerry Taylor on the link between oil prices, energy independence and national security.
Radio host Patrick Dorinson on the lack of self-reliance in today’s society.
Brian Wynne of the Electric Drive Transportation Association and ‘Skeptical Environmentalist’ author Bjorn Lomberg discuss subsidies for electric cars.
Free-Range Kids founder Lenore Skenazy on the lack of freedom given to today’s children.
Flow CEO Michael Strong and Tiossan CEO Maggate Wade on the impact government regulation has had on business growth.
The Zen Marketing Group CEO Shama Kabani discusses how her family’s work ethic drove her to start a business.
Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes and AEI’s Arthur Brooks on the benefits of a free-market economy.
California State Senator Leland Yee and author Suzanna Hupp debate the state’s gun laws.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales on the success of the self-edited encyclopedia.
Author Joel Salatin and New York State Assemblyman Felix Ortiz on the battle for healthy eating in America.
FBN’s political experts on the new regulations we can expect during the second Obama term and how it will impact the economy.
Nutrition blogger Steve Cooksey discusses how North Carolina has regulated his blog.
NYC Human Resources Administration Commissioner Robert Doar on the government’s efforts to help people find jobs.
FNC’s Greg Gutfeld on the blend of comedy and news in today’s media.
The Manhattan Institute’s Robert Bryce and the Cato Institute’s Jerry Taylor argue the energy independence isn’t necessary because of the global nature of the oil market.
Author Dan Ariely discusses why people cheat and whether it’s contagious.
Author Radley Balko on the dangers of America’s war on drugs.
FOX News Contributor Bernie Goldberg on the bias among viewers and why they are looking for validation.
Author Chris Horner on the secrets being kept in the White House.
Stossel correspondent Kennedy and John Tillman of the Illinois Policy Institute discuss recent union actions and whether they have too much power.
FIRE’s Greg Lukianoff discusses how universities around the country inhibit the First Amendment.
Institute for Justice Senior Attorney Steve Simpson on his efforts to help save a business from eminent domain.
Puerto Rico Governor Luis Fortuno discusses how the territory revived its economy.
FBN’s Sandra Smith breaks down the pros and cons of vocations school and whether more kids should avoid college.
Cato Institute VP David Boaz at the 2012 International Students for Liberty Conference on big government and the importance of individual liberty.
Economist Russell Roberts and author Benjamin Barber debate whether capitalism is an ethical economic system.
The Wall Street Journal’s Stephen Moore on the administration’s push for a fair economy.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s Brian Yablonski on how individual hunters can often do a better job at protecting the environment than the government.
Author Naomi Schaefer Riley on her criticism of Black Studies programs and how it got her fired.
‘A Nation of Moochers’ author Charles J. Sykes weighs in on America’s welfare state.
Postal Service board of governors member Mickey Barnett explains why the Post Office is losing billions of dollars.
Economist Chris Coyne and Philip Booth of the Institute of Economic Affairs discuss recent studies showing increased government spending decreases the happiness of its people.
Author Dan Ariely discusses his book, “Rationally Irrational”, a study of happiness.
Author Gary Greenberg on the $11 billion made by pharmaceuticals from antidepressants every year.
FOX News Contributor Bernie Goldberg on the liberal bias in mainstream media.
Sen. John Barrasso, (R-Wyo.), sounds off on the president’s health-care law and how to fix the current insurance problems in the U.S.
FBN’s market experts discuss the state of health care in America and how new regulations are impacting the economy
Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes and BB&T Bank Chairman John Allison explain how rich people can be champions of freedom.
BB&T Bank Chairman John Allison explains why he was opposed to receiving a government bailout.
Members of the “Job Creators Alliance” discuss how their companies have created jobs and helped boost small businesses in the U.S.
FBN’s John Stossel on the need for debate and the power of free speech.
University of Missouri Economics Professor Jeff Milyo on the rights of foreign companies to advertise before elections.
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels discusses why we need to allow Americans, not government to revive America.