Mark Chenoweth, General Counsel at the Washington Legal Foundation, discusses the U.S. Supreme Court's NOT Top 10 cases from the October 2015 Term, why certiorari should have been granted in those cases, and how the October 2016 Term is shaping up.
Tzvi Kahn, Senior Policy Analyst at The Foreign Policy Initiative, discusses why the Obama Administration's claim regarding cash payment to Iran lacks credibility, how the Iran deal still lacks transparency and what the 2016 presidential candidates should be prepared to discuss regarding Iran.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, discusses the history and regulations surrounding drug prices, who should finance important medical advancements, and the continuing Zika threat.
Ken Girardin, Communications and Marketing Manager at the Empire Center for Public Policy, discusses New York Governor Cuomo's so-called Clean Energy Standard, how it will force electricity ratepayers to subsidize money-losing nuclear plants and costly windmills, solar panel farms, and why taxpayers outside of New York should be concerned as well.
Timothy Lee, CFIF's Senior Vice President for Legal and Public Affairs, discusses the Obama Administration's latest efforts to undermine the judicial and regulatory process that granted federal permit approvals to build the Dakota Access Pipeline (which is already half-completed at a cost of $1.6 billion) and how retroactive reconsideration sets troubling precedent.
Demian Brady, Director of Research for the National Taxpayers Union Foundation, discusses the presidential candidates' spending-related policy proposals, the bottom-line costs to taxpayers, a comparison of the candidates plans for Social Security, and more.
Lawrence Schonbrun, Executive Director of Class Action Watch and attorney for the petitioning class member in the Laffitte case, discusses the dawning of a new era of attorney's fees, how California may be a national trendsetter on how attorneys get paid in class action litigation and the recent court decision on the matter.
Sally Pipes, President, CEO and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy at the Pacific Research Institute, discusses Aetna's decision to withdraw from ObamaCare exchanges, how consumers and private insurance plans will be negatively impacted, and whether America is headed toward a single-payer Medicare-type system.