Bradley Smith, Founder of the Center for Competitive Politics and former Federal Elections Commission Chairman, discusses his recent testimony before the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration regarding the DISCLOSE Act of 2014 and why the proposed excessive disclosure requirements can damage politics and result in privacy violations.
Chris Griffin, Executive Director of the Foreign Policy Initiative, discusses some of America's most pressing foreign policy concerns, including ISIS and Iraq, Israel and Hamas, and Russia and Ukraine, and why it is imperative for the United States to improve its credibility in foreign policy.
Lori Lowenthal Marcus, Co-founder and President of Z STREET, discusses her organization's ongoing lawsuit against the IRS, and how an IRS employee informed her that her organization's tax exempt status application was delayed because the group was "connected with Israel" and expressed opposition to the Obama Administration's foreign policy.
Political Commentator Quin Hillyer discusses the upcoming midterm elections, the most vulnerable seats in the U.S. House and U.S. Senate, foreign policy gone terribly wrong, and his new website, quinhillyer.com.
Mike Wendy, director of Media Freedom, discusses how so-called "Net Neutrality" is a solution in search of a problem and why heavy-handed government regulations are not good for consumers or investment.
Dr. Sunil Gupta, founder, chairman and chief medical officer of IRIS, discusses how barriers to medical care and access to the latest technologies are delaying preventative screening for Diabetic Retinopathy, a leading cause of preventable blindness in the United States in people 20 to 65 years of age.
Timothy Lee, Senior Vice President of Legal and Public Affairs at CFIF, discusses the recent contradictory federal appeals court rulings on ObamaCare subsidies and what they mean for consumers and the ultimate fate of ObamaCare.
David R. Burton, Senior Fellow in Economic Policy at the Institute for Economic Freedom and Opportunity at The Heritage Foundation, discusses why the U.S. corporate tax rate makes it difficult for domestic companies to compete in the global economy, the Obama Administration's efforts to stop companies from incorporating overseas and the urgent need for tax reform in the U.S.
Bruce Herschensohn, Professor at Pepperdine University School of Public Policy, author and CFIF Board Member, discusses the war between Israel and Hamas, Secretary of State John Kerry's bungled attempt to achieve a cease-fire and President Obama's performance on foreign policy issues.