Dr. Eliot Cohen, Robert E. Osgood Professor at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies and former counselor of the Department of State for Condoleezza Rice, discusses his latest book, "The Big Stick: The Limits of Soft Power and the Necessity of Military Force" and the principles that should guide President Trump when faced with decisions about how and when to deploy America's military might.
Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment, discusses why Donald Trump should allow the Senate to kill President Obama's controversial global warming treaty, when a treaty is not a treaty and whether Obama may be his own worst enemy when it comes to regulations.
Rich Noyes, Research Director at the Media Research Center and Senior Editor of mrcNews, discusses the liberal media's infatuation with Fidel Castro, what his death means for Cubans and for America's relationship with Cuba, and how Cuba can move forward.
David Bozell, President of ForAmerica, discusses the candidates being considered by President-Elect Trump for Secretary of State and the speculation about who is being considered for other key cabinet positions.
Andrew M. Grossman, Partner in the Washington, DC, office of Baker & Hostetler, discusses why one of the first actions on President Trump's chopping block should be the Clean Power Plan and how the aggressive legal positions in President Obama's most controversial rules make them easier to rescind.