Cleta Mitchell, partner and political law attorney in the Washington D.C. office of Foley & Lardner, LLP, discusses the time line of the IRS scandal, why Americans should be concerned about IRS political bias, what it means for Lois Lerner to break her silence and why Commissioner Koskinen should resign.
CFIF's Timothy Lee, Senior Vice President for Legal and Public Affairs, discusses this week's United Nation's summit on climate change, more inconvenient truths about global warming, and Harry Reid's court packing efforts.
Marita Noon, Executive Director for Energy Makes America Great and Citizens' Alliance for Responsible Energy, discusses what President Obama has not done for American energy workers, the lessons he could learn from Texas Governor Rick Perry's efforts to convince companies to relocate to Texas, and the important role that energy plays in our lives.
Bart Hinkle, Editor and Columnist with the Richmond Times-Dispatch, compares the ideological shifts in the two major political parties and the legal challenges facing Texas Governor Rick Perry and former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell.
Robert Knight, Senior Fellow and Policy Expert at The American Civil Rights Union, discusses how the liberal organization Rock the Vote is gearing up to recruit young voters, impose its beliefs and overturn election laws.