Bradley Smith, Chairman and Founder of the Center for Competitive Politics and former Chairman of the Federal Elections Commission, discusses why Americans must vociferously protect their right to privacy in the political arena, the Supreme Court decision to deny an appeal of a lawsuit challenging a radical disclosure law in Delaware, and the latest push back in the IRS targeting scandal.
Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment, discusses the need to stop mounting "regulatory tyranny," the call for much better political accountability, and key legislation under consideration in Congress to provide more scrutiny within government, including the REINS Act and Separation of Powers Restoration Act.
Karlyn Bowman, Senior Fellow and Research Coordinator at the American Enterprise Institute, discusses the vice presidential chatter on both sides of the political aisle and whether it is possible for a vice presidential pick to help a presidential campaign.
Evan Moore, Senior Policy Analyst at the Foreign Policy Initiative, discusses NATO, U.S. and Russian relations following the NATO summit meeting, friction in the Baltic region and what the growing U.S. military troop presence in Poland means for U.S.-Russian relations.
Diego Echeverri, U.S. Army Veteran and Florida State Director for Concerned Veterans for America, discusses misdiagnosis and lengthy waiting periods experienced by our veterans, what needs to be done to ensure veterans are able to receive essential care, and the Caring for Our Heroes in the 21st Century Act.
Timothy Lee, CFIF's Senior Vice President for Legal and Public Affairs, discusses the recent U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit decision upholding the FCC's net neutrality regulations, what those regulations could ultimately mean for consumers, and the Capitol Hill sit-ins and untruths offered by 2nd Amendment rights opponents.
Daniel Kochis, Research Associate in the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom at The Heritage Foundation, discusses how Britain's decision to leave the European Union returns power back to the British people, the political and economic fallout from Brexit, and what it means for trade relations with America.