Dr. Jeffrey Singer, Adjunct Scholar at the Cato Institute and Doc Squads Member, discusses the "2014 Survey of American Physicians," how ObamaCare is disrupting the doctor-patient relationship and worsening the quality of patients' care, and how increased use of emergency rooms result in a hidden tax.
Craig Shirley, President of Shirley & Bannister Public Affairs and the author of two books on President Reagan, discusses who might be the next Reagan, what conservatives should do in 2016 and the problem with candidates who "move to the middle."
Patrick Hedger, Policy Director of American Encore, discusses the Environmental Protection Agency's attempt to impose carbon emission regulations through executive fiat, force states to shutter millions of homes worth of coal-fired electricity generation capacity and how it all will cause energy scarcity.
Bob Dorigo Jones, Senior Fellow for the Center for America and bestselling author, discusses the 2014 Wacky Warning Label Contest winners, a recent study that quantifies the cost of frivolous litigation to American families, and the length to which companies must go to avoid lawsuits in today's litigation-happy culture.
Wayne Kopping, Director, Editor and respected Filmmaker, discusses the new feature-length documentary film "Beneath the Helmet: From High School to the Home Front," which highlights five young Israeli high school graduates who are drafted into the army to defend their country, and why it was important to create a documentary that brings to the screen the faces of the soldiers of the Israeli Defense Forces.
Timothy Lee, CFIF's Senior Vice President for Legal and Public Affairs, discusses President Obama's emerging legacy and how America's continuously declining standing in terms of economic and personal freedom during the Obama presidency are a causal factor in our persisting economic anemia.
Pete Sepp, President of the National Taxpayer's Union, discusses proposed federal legislation that threatens to penalize global insurance and reinsurance capacity that is critical to citizens' and states' ability to bounce back from hurricanes and other natural disasters.