George Mason University Economist Bryan Caplan argues just because you can vote, doesn’t mean you should.
BB&T Bank Chairman John Allison explains why he was opposed to receiving a government bailout.
Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes argues we should impose a 17% flat tax to create a prosperous economy.
Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes and BB&T Bank Chairman John Allison explain how rich people can be champions of freedom.
FBN’s market experts discuss the state of health care in America and how new regulations are impacting the economy
Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform on the latest efforts to reach a deal on the debt ceiling and why we can’t increase taxes.
FIRE Founder Greg Lukianoff and Evan Coyne Maloney, "Indoctrinate U" filmmaker, on college speech codes.
Historian Thaddeus Russell on American military intervention and historical myths.
Wacky Warning Label Contest Creator Bob Dorigo Jones on the unintended consequences of warning labels.
Jay Powell of the Bipartisan Policy Institute and David Callahan of Demos debate budget reform models.
Stuart Butler of the Heritage Foundation and AEI’s Andrew Biggs debate how to reform the budget.
Hilary Doe of the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network gives her take on budget reform.
Prichard, Alabama Retiree Alfred Arnold and Steve Malanga of the Manhattan Institute discuss how the town went broke.
The Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Sam Kazman discusses why the government’s safety regulations aren’t helping.
Rep. Charlie Rangel, (D-NY), on government spending on aid programs and big government.
Mercatus Center Economist Veronique de Rugy argues the private sector should be in charge of building roads.
Euro Pacific Fund CEO Peter Schiff on why government regulations restrict his company’s ability to expand and create more jobs.
Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson on why he believes his anti-government governing style will help in his run for President.
Scott Womack, the owner of 12 IHOP restaurants, on why the health-care law will take away his profits and prevent growth and hiring.
FNC’s Bill O’Reilly sounds off on the charitable organizations that scammed victims and donors after 9/11.
Candid Camera’s Peter Funt discusses how Americans may be to trustworthy towards figures of authority.
Headcount Executive Director Andy Bernstein and Reason Magazine Senior Editor Michael Moynihan on recruiting young voters.
Syndicated columnist Deroy Murdock argues people worry too much about being politically correct, which can in turn divide the country rather than unifying it.
Food & Water Watch Executive Director Wenonah Hauter and ‘The Frankenfood Myth’ co-author Gregory Conko debate the risks and benefits of foods that are genetically engineered.
Former Kamloops Indian Band Chief Manny Jules and PERC Executive Director Dr. Terry Anderson on why property ownership benefits Native Americans.
Property and Environment Research Center’s Brian Yablonski on how private ownership helped prevent the extinction of bison.
Larry Reed of the Foundation for Economic Education, on the concept of spontaneous order and why it is a better strategy than relying solely on government leaders.
College football analyst Lou Holtz and Dr. Boyce Watkins debate whether the NCAA should provide financial compensation for student athletes.
Economist Walter Williams discusses why the war on poverty has hampered many in the black community.
Author Robert Bryce discusses whether America should rely more on nuclear power or alternative energy sources.
USAction Strategy and Policy Director Alan Charney on why companies should not be allowed to discriminate against the unemployed when hiring.
Author Jeffrey Tucker explains how the government is interfering with your everyday life.