Steven Bucci, Director of the Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign and National Security Policy at The Heritage Foundation, discusses what President Obama needs to do to step up the fight against ISIS and how budget cuts impact America's ability to fight the enemy.
Timothy Lee, CFIF's Senior Vice President of Legal and Public Affairs, discusses why global warming is not the world's greatest threat, why Vice President Joe Biden was wrong on his 2010 prediction about Iraq proving to be one of the greatest achievements of the Obama administration, and why former President George W. Bush is not to blame for ISIS.
Ashton Ellis, CFIF Contributing Editor, discusses what Congress should do if the Supreme Court strikes down ObamaCare subsidies for health insurance purchased on exchanges set up by the federal government, why some Americans had to pay back the IRS for ObamaCare subsidies, and the negative implications of ObamaCare across the nation.
Troy Senik, CFIF Sr. Fellow, Editor-in-Chief at Ricochet and former speechwriter for President George W. Bush, discusses who's in, who's out, and who's yet to show up for the 2016 presidential race, as well as his predictions on vice presidential options.
Tzvi Kahn, Senior Policy Analyst for the Foreign Policy Initiative, discusses the Gulf States Security Summit, U.S. Department of Homeland Security's ISIS warnings, terror in Garland, Texas, and why Congress must make itself heard on Iran.
Mac Zimmerman, Director of Policy at Americans for Prosperity, discusses why Congress must allow the Export-Import Bank to expire and how the bank unfairly hurts domestic companies and risks billions of taxpayer dollars.
Quin Hillyer, contributing editor for National Review Online, discusses his latest article titled, "Hillary Redux Can Cause Acid Reflux," and the increasingly crowded GOP field of presidential candidates.
Peter Roff, contributing editor at U.S. News & World Report and a senior fellow at Frontiers for Freedom, discusses why Trade Promotion Authority is a necessary step to get Congress moving on a long-stalled trade agenda, what precedent exists for this authority, and why it should not be considered executive overreach.
David Keating, President of the Center for Competitive Politics, discusses O'Keefe v Chisholm, a lawsuit that charges prosecutors in Wisconsin with a multi-year campaign to silence and intimidate conservative groups whose political speech they don't like, the status of campaign finance law five years after the SCOTUS decision in Citizens United, and an important victory for free speech in Nevada.