5:39 - Former chairman of the Virginia Republican Party Kate Obenshain and Democratic political strategist Christy Setzer discuss Obama's budget.
2:53 - FBN’s Lou Dobbs on politicians always blaming a lack of money for any issue that arises.
2:58 - Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Diana Furchtgott-Roth on why Florida is trying to enroll more people for food stamps.
7:37 - Former Reagan Budget Director David Stockman on the scandals surrounding the White House and the mounting government debt.
7:13 - Detroit Mayor Virg Bernero on the state of the Motor City.
4:37 - Environmentalist Steve Kirsch on the efforts to prevent the completion of the XL pipeline in favor of alternative energy.
4:27 - Former Senator Scott Brown criticizes Senator Elizabeth Warren’s student loan plan, and says it could lead to a huge financial crisis.
3:20 - Sen. David Vitter, (R-La.), on his efforts to end the government cell-phone program.
6:00 - Dover Caterers CEO Butch Yamali and Superstorm Sandy victim Scott McGrath on New York state using Superstorm Sandy funds for commercials to attract businesses to the state.
6:52 - Speaker of the House John Boehner, (R-Ohio), argues the sequester will remain until reforms are in place that lead the U.S. towards a balanced budget.
4:54 - Speaker of the House John Boehner, (R-Ohio), on the need to rein in government spending.
1:57 - FOXBusiness.com’s Kate Rogers on the costly consequences of fraudulent unemployment claims.
1:57 - FOXBusiness.com’s Kate Rogers reports that the government is getting ripped off by fraudulent unemployment claims.
1:52 - FBN’s Stuart Varney sounds off on the economic struggles of the past week.
3:06 - American Bankers Association Chief Economist James Chessen on the correlation between quantitative easing and the market rally.
3:11 - The Boston Herald’s Joe Dwinell on the government assistance received by the Tsarnaevs.
4:41 - Former Gov. Gary Johnson, (R-NM), on the need to reduce costs from the health-care law and entitlements.
4:25 - State of Florida Food Stamp Certification Worker Craig McNees on efforts to give illegal immigrants food stamps.
4:58 - New Jersey Watchdog reporter Mark Lagerkvist on the efforts to fight fraud in the Garden State.
1:02 - FBN’s Rich Edson on the Lone Star State’s efforts to build a high-speed rail line.
1:32 - FBN's Tracy Byrnes on concerns the government is not doing enough to reduce the debt.
4:09 - The Wall Street Journal’s Allysia Finley on the future of California’s high-speed rail system.
3:39 - Heritage Foundation Senior Research Fellow Derek Scissors on the U.S. and China's business relations.
5:44 - FNC Middle East and terrorism analyst Walid Phares on reports the CIA spent millions to influence the Afghan President.
4:17 - Heritage Foundation Fellow Nicolas Loris on the factors leading Fisker towards bankruptcy.
3:37 - WSJ editorial board member Jason Riley on rising health-care costs.
4:16 - FBN’s Lou Dobbs on how the government is wasting taxpayer money.
2:43 - Rich Edson reports that the White House has said that the President will sign the bill to end FAA furloughs.
4:44 - Former inspector general of the U.S. Department of Transportation Mary Schiavo
4:41 - Community Oncology Alliance Executive Director Ted Okon on the impact of the sequester on government cancer research.
3:51 - Wayne Rogers & Co. chairman Wayne Rogers sounds off on the government's inability to work together on debt and health care.
3:07 - Sen. John Hoeven, (R-N.D.), on efforts to cut government expenditures without hurting Americans.
4:35 - Rep. Louie Gohmert, (R-Texas), on the need to rein in government spending.
2:26 - FBN’s Rich Edson on the delays caused by the FAA furlough.
4:41 - FBN's Lou Dobbs on lawmakers trying to opt out of ObamaCare.
4:42 - Dan Henninger of The Wall Street Journal on the falling support on Capitol Hill for Obama's health-care law.
6:18 - Former George W. Bush White House Aide Dee Dee Benkie, Progressive columnist Rick Ungar and Tea Party News Network’s Scottie Nell Hughes on government efforts to help homeowners.
5:57 - Former Rep. Ron Paul, (R-Texas), on the need to rein in government spending.
3:49 - Rep. Bill Schuster, (R-Pa.), on airline delays as FAA furloughs begin.
6:19 - Consumer advocate Ralph Nader on the need for a higher minimum wage to boost the economy.
3:24 - Cowen Securities Director Helane Becker on the impact of the airline furloughs on passengers and the airlines.
2:38 - Forbes opinion editor John Tamny weighs in on flight delays.
4:37 - Former Presidential Envoy to Iraq Ambassador L. Paul Bremer on the money spent to prevent, fight and investigate terrorism.
5:40 - University of Massachusetts Professor Robert Pollin and The Wall Street Journal’s Steve Moore on the impact of a high-amount of debt on the economy.
4:03 - Rep. Bill Shuster, (R-Pa.), on the call for spending on U.S. courthouses.
1:55 - FBN’s Stuart Varney sounds off on the economic impact of the president’s health-care bill.
3:37 - Reason Magazine editor-in-chief Matt Welch weighs in on the government's focus after the Boston Marathon bombings.
7:39 - Former Debt Commission Member Alice Rivlin on efforts to reduce the government’s debt.
4:36 - Citizens Against Government Waste’s Tom Schatz on the FBI helping Hollywood with television shows and movies.
1:20 - FBN’s Diance Macedo on the rise in government spending.
4:10 - FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the President’s questionable math on government spending and the economy.
4:06 - Sen. Roger Wicker, (R-Miss.), weighs in on President Obama's budget plan.
1:39 - FBN’s Stuart Varney sounds off on the latest budget proposal from the White House.
4:33 - Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert, (R-Ill.), on the budget debate.
5:01 - Sen. Ted Cruz, (R-Texas), on the President’s budget proposal.
5:18 - Rep. Bob Goodlatte, (R-Va.), on the President’s budget proposal.
1:45 - FBN’s Tracy Byrnes breaks down the President’s budget proposal.
5:27 - White House Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Alan Krueger on the President’s budget plan.
6:30 - National Economic Council Director Gene Sperling on the President’s budget proposal.
1:52 - FBN’s Rich Edson reports on the reaction on Capitol Hill to President Obama’s budget proposals.