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Democratic political strategist Jessica Tarlov, Turning Point USA Founder and Executive Director Charlie Kirk and CATO Institute Executive Vice President David Boaz discuss how Donald Trump plans to help the economy and build a wall.
Former Lt. Gov. Betsy McCaughey, (R-NY), Reason Magazine Editor-at-Large Matt Welch and Democratic strategist Jessica Tarlov on the economic plans of the presidential candidates.
Author Randal O’Toole and Seastanding Institute Founder Patri Friedman discuss why the president is wasting his time with high-speed rail and give their ideas to save the economy.
Author Greg Perry and Curt Decker of the National Disability Rights Network debate whether the ADA is a necessary organization.
Center for Responsible Wealth Director Mike Lapham argues the wealthy don’t mind paying extra taxes.
Cato Institute policy analyst Sallie James and Columbia University professor Marc Lamont Hill on why America is so prosperous.
‘The Five’ Co-Host Juan Williams and Cato Institute Senior Fellow Dan Mitchell discuss how much money Hillary Clinton might spend if elected president.
‘Poverty, Inc.’ Director Michael Matheson Miller on his documentary film, poverty in Haiti and how foreign aid can do more harm than good in certain situations.
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Center for Immigration Studies’ Steve Camarota and Cato immigration policy analyst Alex Nowrashteh debate whether immigrants are helping or hurting America’s economy.
George Mason University economist Don Boudreaux weighs in on the U.S. Export-Import Bank and the U.S. economy.
Senatorial candidate Ben Sasse argues the U.S. Capitol building should be moved from Washington, D.C. to Nebraska.
Representative Charles Rangel (D-NY) on the free market, capitalism and the U.S. government.
Oxfam’s Gregory Adams and African entrepreneur Magatte Wade debate the foreign aid issue.
CURE president and founder Star Parker breaks down welfare in America.
Former NFL player turned IHOP owner Tyoka Jackson on government versus private sector jobs.
Author Brad Thor on his book ‘Hidden Order’ about the Federal Reserve.
Consumer Electronics Association CEO Gary Shapiro on the benefits of skilled immigrants on the U.S. economy.
Stossel special correspondent Kennedy on the benefits of medicine without the insurance companies.
Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge on the need to simplify the tax code.
FBN’s tax experts discuss the government’s efforts to enforce tax policy.
Whole Foods CEO John Mackey argues that business has lifted billions out of poverty.
FBN’s John Stossel discusses why everyone doesn’t need to go to college.
FBN’s government experts debate whether the State of the Union address will impact personal liberties.
Author Gary Taubes and Nutrition Science Initiative Co-Founder Peter Attia on the science behind today’s mainstream diet and whether it’s correct.
Independent Institute Research Fellow Art Carden on the economics behind price gouging.
FBN’s John Stossel breaks down the power of propaganda.
Author Tom Palmer discusses the impact of government welfare and retirement programs on younger generations of Americans.
Author Steven Greenhouse and Hannah Jackman of the National Journalism Center debate the use of interns.
Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Mark Meckler on the confusing gun laws across America.
Rep. John Mica, (R-Fla.), breaks down the millions being spent on empty building by the government.
Free Market America’s Ryan Houck discusses the impact of overregulation.
Former Federal Reserve Economist David Barker discusses whether Americans should be able to print their own currency.
Ambassador Terry Miller of the Heritage Foundation discusses recent data on the state of economic freedom in the U.S.
Radio host Lisa Kennedy and TV critic Glenn Garvin break down why musicians enjoy bashing the free market.
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.
Flow CEO Michael Strong and Tiossan CEO Maggate Wade on the impact government regulation has had on business growth.
Radio host Patrick Dorinson on the lack of self-reliance in today’s society.
Author Radley Balko on the dangers of America’s war on drugs.
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.