James Capretta, Visiting Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, discusses a new report that explores ways to increase the effectiveness and sustainability of our nation's biggest and most costly entitlement programs, how demographic trends impact health care costs, and whether the welfare state should be replaced by guaranteed income for all.
Anthony Hennen, Staff Writer for Red Alert Politics, discusses how millennials embrace a "do what you love" ethos over a paycheck, how more millennials are going from college graduation to the minimum wage, and a recent Harvard Business Review report that indicates employers care about skills, not college name.
Peter Brookes, Senior Fellow for National Security Affairs at The Heritage Foundation, discusses the growing trend of home grown "lone wolf" terrorist attacks, the number of terrorist plots inspired by the Islamic State since 9/11, and the international implications of the attacks from a national security perspective.
Peter Roff, Contributing Editor at U.S. News & World Report, discusses why the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act (PROMESA) passed by the U.S. House and currently being considered in the Senate is a bad idea, how it gives a free pass to Puerto Rico's political leadership, and what other mechanisms exist for dealing with the Commonwealth's massive debt.
Bob Dorigo Jones, Senior Fellow at the Center for America, discusses how out-of-control lawsuit abuse hurts families, communities and job providers, and the finalists in the annual Wacky Warning Label Contest, the winner of which will be announced on Friday, June 17th on John Stossel's national television show on Fox Business.
Ari Cohn, Legal & Advocacy Officer for the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, discusses censorship on college campuses, the importance of free speech and recent protests over commencement speakers.
Justin T. Johnson, Senior Policy Analyst for Defense Budgeting Policy at The Heritage Foundation's Allison Center for National Security and Foreign Policy, discusses the 2016 Index of U.S. Military Strength, the National Defense Authorization Act and the dangers that lie ahead if the U.S. military remains dangerously weak and unprepared.
Sally Pipes, President, CEO and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care at the Pacific Research Institute, discusses the failure of single-payer healthcare, why bundled payments are bad medicine for Medicare patients and will lead to long waiting lists and rationed care, and how the majority of Americans still oppose ObamaCare.
Tzvi Kahn, Senior Policy Analyst with the Foreign Policy Initiative, discusses how the White House has virtually failed to hold Iran accountable for nuclear deal violations and how growing threats to U.S. national security demand a renewal of American leadership.