Sarah Westwood, Watchdog Reporter for the Washington Examiner, discusses why it is inconceivable that most of Hillary Clinton's emails were not classified and how the scandal may be prompting Vice President Biden to enter the 2016 presidential race.
Quin Hillyer, Contributing Editor of National Review magazine and Senior Editor for The American Spectator magazine, discusses Donald Trump's visit to Mobile, Alabama, the "anti-establishment" commentary and his interview with Wisconsin governor Scott Walker.
Mario Lopez, President of the Hispanic Leadership Fund, discusses why states should stand up to the Environmental Protection Agency regarding dangerous new climate regulations that, if imposed, will harm everyone, but minorities disproportionately with fewer jobs, lower incomes, higher energy costs and more poverty.
Ryan Lovelace, Campaign Reporter for the Washington Examiner, discusses the good, the bad and the ugly from the first GOP presidential debate, as well as some of the takeaways from the recent RedState Gathering in Atlanta, Georgia.
Troy Senik, CFIF Fellow, Editor-in-Chief at Ricochet and former speechwriter for President George W. Bush, discusses the polarization of our nation and the real disjuncture in America: the urban-rural divide.
David Williams, President of the Taxpayers Protection Alliance, discusses the impact of government solar subsidies on taxpayers and consumers, and the comparisons between big solar financing schemes and the housing meltdown.