with Tom Sullivan
6:31 - Reason Magazine Editor-in-Chief Matt Welch weighs in on the recent minimum wage hike in New Jersey.
5:40 - Professor Peter Morici explains how revamping ObamaCare would be good for the Republican Party.
6:55 - McAfee founder John McAfee explains how to create a national organization and what was done wrong with the ObamaCare website.
3:50 - FBN's Tom Sullivan weighs in on how to help with 401(K) retirement savings for those 60 and older and covered-call investing strategies.
5:22 - Ron Paul on how he feels Janet Yellen will do as Federal Reserve Chairman and his argument that the Federal Reserve should be audited.
9:31 - Ron Paul argues the problems of the Affordable Care Act will get worse.
6:38 - Former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers for President Obama, Austan Goolsbee, on the administration’s focus on income equality.
8:27 - Former Governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee on how to fix the current problems in the GOP.
6:59 - Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Darrell Issa on the launch of ObamaCare website and how it still has not been fixed correctly.
24:09 - Survive and Prosper editor Harry Dent gives his outlook for the markets.
5:14 - FBN's Tom Sullivan weighs in on IRAs, 401(k) investments and whether you should borrow from your 401(k).
8:10 - FOX News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on what legal formalities need to be followed now that the budget bill has passed.
5:51 - Founder of Studentsfirst.org Michelle Rhee weighs in on the educational systems in Louisiana and New Orleans.
8:45 - Former Senior Advisor to President George Bush Karl Rove gives insight on what the Republican Party should do during negotiations over the government shutdown, health-care reform and the upcoming debt-ceiling debate.
4:50 - “Beating ObamaCare” author Betsy McCaughey explains the dilemmas behind the Affordable Care Act insurance exchanges.
5:22 - Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura gives his theories on the JFK assassination in his latest book, “They Killed Our President”.
5:35 - Wall Street Journal Senior Economic writer Steve Moore argues President Obama’s economic policies have led to the greatest number of Americans on welfare and increased the income gap.
7:26 - Former Washington DC homicide detective Rod Wheeler argues it is harder to get a driver’s license than to get a security clearance like the one held by Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis.
5:04 - Michael Reagan, adopted son of President Ronald Reagan, discusses the psyche behind a child who has endured abuse.
6:48 - Michael Reagan, adopted son of President Ronald Reagan, discusses the family secrets of one of America’s most beloved political families.
5:40 - Mark Burnett, CEO and Founder of Maker’s Row, uses his business to connect businesses with American manufacturers to promote ‘Made In America’ goods.
8:19 - Host of ‘Huckabee’ and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee tells Tom the President is out of solutions for fixing the economy.
7:08 - Washington Examiner Senior Political Correspondent Byron York tells Tom that Washington DC has been distracted from business as usual solely because of President Obama’s involvement in multiple scandals.
6:01 - Tom discusses what has to be done to save major US cities from bankruptcy with Chief San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi.
4:56 - Fox News Medical A-Team member Dr. Marc Siegel on the importance of having children vaccinated and the myths behind vaccination links to autism.
5:36 - Wall Street Journal Senior Economic Writer Steve Moore gives insight into the most recent Farm Bill reform measures passed by Congress.
7:15 - Fox News contributor Karl Rove talks jobs, the Affordable Care Act, and the future of the GOP with Tom.
4:33 - Hoover Institution Fellow Jeremy Carl gives Tom the lowdown on the high cost of nuclear power.
6:21 - Republican Strategist Ed Rollins and former Clinton pollster Doug Schoen discuss whether or not voters are too forgiving when it comes to politicians with scandals in their past/
5:21 - Tom puts the President’s energy policy to the smell test with founding partner of the Policy Resolution Group Scott Segal.
6:28 - Tom and FNC analyst Juan Williams discuss the Supreme Court’s recent ruling on affirmative action and whether or not it is still necessary in today’s society.
5:54 - Co-author of Proposition 8 Andy Pugno and founder of Freedom to Marry Evan Wolfson debate the pros and cons of the Supreme Court’s abolition of the Defense of Marriage Act and what will become of Proposition 8.
7:07 - Tom and Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann discuss marriage equality, tax reform and the unpopularity of ‘ObamaCare’.
6:01 - Massachusetts Institute of Technology Research Associate Dr. Jim Walsh explains the implications behind Iran’s recent presidential election.
5:32 - Mashable.com editor Lance Ulanoff explains how metadata from our Internet searches, calls, and emails is tracked and categorized by the NSA.
5:08 - Branding and marketing consultant Dr. John Tantillo on how companies like Google can recover from controversy by focusing on the customers’ wants and needs.
6:34 - Creator of the Laffer Curve and former Reagan Economic Adviser Art Laffer argue immigration reform is necessary because of the massive contributions illegals have on the economy.
7:40 - Judge Andrew Napolitano on the latest scandal to hit the White House.
6:27 - Digital forensic analyst with Data Clone Labs expert Ira Victor tells Tom that metadata is readily available to and from major companies at all times, but the government doesn’t want transparency between the two.
8:00 - Author and CEO Meredith Whitney tells Tom her predictions for the economic future of the U.S.
7:03 - Former IRS commissioner Mark Everson explains what needs to be done to fix the tarnished image of the IRS.
5:12 - Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld on the recent trinity of scandals facing the White House and Congress.
5:00 - Dr. Ben Carson on his life after medicine and the future of the economy.
3:49 - Radio host Larry Elder on the Golden State’s battle of its natural resources.
7:06 - Former Reagan Budget Chief David Stockman says the country is fiscally, morally and intellectually bankrupt in his new book “The Great Deformation: Corruption of Capitalism”.
6:56 - Director of the Hayden Planetarium and Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the commonality of meteors and asteroids in Earth’s atmosphere.
5:55 - Hoover Institute senior fellow Ed Lazear argues the lack of economic recovery is to blame for the amount of unemployed Americans.
8:05 - Fox News judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano breaks down the truth behind the Benghazi attacks, FBI investigation into the IRS & Attorney General Holder denying a role in getting AP records.
5:52 - Craig Christensen, a former Tea Party Director in Yuba-County, on what the IRS was asking of his party.
3:30 - Axel Krieger of the Children's National Medical Center discusses how medical professionals are using the 3D printed models to improve surgical techniques.
6:16 - Penn Financial CEO Matt McCall and Lebenthal Asset Management’s James Lebenthal break down the recent record closing for the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
5:01 - Foxnews.com Sci-Tech Editor Jeremy Kaplan on Google’s innovative new product Google Glass.
8:27 - Former Senior Adviser to President George W. Bush Karl Rove breaks down the real cost of the Affordable Care Act on Americans and how many billions of dollars it will cost the government.
5:46 - Online sales executive Lou Doctor on the White House’s proposed Marketplace Fairness Act which would force online retailers to adopt a sales tax much like any locally owned business.
5:58 - President of CMP Group and former NYPD Detective Thomas Ruskin argues national intelligence has declined under President Obama’s watch and needs major improvement.
6:00 - Digital Forensic analyst with Data Clone Labs Ira Victor explains the basics behind the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act and how it will affect our Fourth Amendment rights.
6:56 - Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano explains the rights allotted to Boston marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
5:20 - Wall Street Journal Senior Economic Writer Steve Moore argues President Obama’s budget will plunder people’s retirement savings if a $3 million cap is implemented.
6:26 - Host of “Special Report” Bret Baier gives insight into the privacy versus security battle on Capitol Hill.
6:58 - “Marketing Doctor” Dr. John Tantillo and Wharton School of Business Professor Jonah Berger discuss the branding mistakes behind JC Penney CEO Ron Johnson’s downfall.