FNC’s Greg Gutfeld on the blend of comedy and news in today’s media.
FIRE’s Greg Lukianoff discusses how universities around the country inhibit the First Amendment.
Author Naomi Schaefer Riley on her criticism of Black Studies programs and how it got her fired.
Dr. James Miller on the battle for free speech at many universities across the country.
FOX News Contributor Bernie Goldberg on the liberal bias in mainstream media.
FIRE Founder Greg Lukianoff and Evan Coyne Maloney, "Indoctrinate U" filmmaker, on college speech codes.
FNC’s Bill O’Reilly sounds off on the charitable organizations that scammed victims and donors after 9/11.
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.
Former Kamloops Indian Band Chief Manny Jules and PERC Executive Director Dr. Terry Anderson on why property ownership benefits Native Americans.
The Cato Institute’s David Boaz and Reason Magazine’s Nick Gillespie discuss the benefits of child labor, insider trading and organ sales.
Radley Balko of TheAgitator.com discusses why America should change its traffic laws.
How can we help those in need? And just who is in need? How do we know? Do people who panhandle really need money to survive? Do our attempts to help people really help them? This segment looks at panhandling and charitable intentions.
FBN’s economic experts discuss how people are making a living panhandling.
Traffic specialist Benjamin Hamilton-Baillie on how "spontaneous order" can be enough to regulate traffic.
Journalist and Filmmaker James O’Keefe on his hidden camera work and his hand in exposing NPR and ACORN controversies.
Center For Media and Public Affairs’ Bob Lichter and Reason Magazine’s Michael Moynihan on the media’s use of fear to boost ratings.