True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht discusses a federal judge's decision to dismiss the lawsuit filed by True the Vote against the Internal Revenue Service for targeting the conservative organization and improperly delaying its application for tax-exempt status, how liberals are attempting to silence their critics, and the status of election integrity.
David Adesnik, Fellow at the Foreign Policy Initiative, discusses whether Congress will launch an attack on President Obama's unpopular foreign policy, where we are now in combating ISIS, Iran's role in Iraq and Syria, rebuilding the U.S. military and President Obama's trip to Asia.
Mark Krikorian, Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies, discusses President Obama's refusal to wait for Congress to act on immigration, why proposed executive action presents a separation of powers issue, and what legal challenges and other remedies may await the Executive action.
Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment, discusses the Supreme Court's decision to grant cert in the ObamaCare subsidies case, how a key architect of ObamaCare made news recently by boasting about taking advantage of "the stupidity of the American voter," and what's wrong with President Obama's intervention in the FCC's plans to regulate the Internet.
Troy Senik, CFIF Senior Fellow, Senior Editor for Ricochet and Columnist for The Orange County Register, discusses the midterm election results, what we might expect for the next two years from a conservative Congress and a liberal president, and the shift in focus to the presidential race to come in 2016.
Mike Wendy, founder of Media Freedom, describes what is at stake should the Federal Communications Commission move forward with a plan to regulate the Internet as a public utility, why the FCC should not be allowed to expand its control over the Internet, and why Net Neutrality will violate our First Amendment freedoms.
Jonathan Last, nationally renowned journalist and author and senior writer at The Weekly Standard, discusses his latest project, "The Seven Deadly Virtues," in which he led an all-star team of 18 conservative writers (including PJ O'Rourke, Christopher Buckley, Jonah Goldberg and Andrew Ferguson) in a hilarious remix of the "Book of Virtues".