Professor John Eastman, the Henry Salvatori Professor of Law & Community Service at Chapman University and Founding Director of the Constitutional Jurisprudence Clinic, discusses whether Ted Cruz can serve as president if he was born in Canada and the Texas immigration case challenging President Obama's Executive Fiat.
Patrick Hedger, Policy Director of American Encore, discusses HR 1179, Preserving the Work Requirement for Welfare Act, and reports that the IRS may broaden rules to curb political speech of non-profits.
Ryan Wiggins, Owner and Chief Strategist for Full Contact Strategies, LLC, discusses the role of a political media consultant in the legislative process and the big issues facing Florida and other state legislatures, including Medicaid expansion, mental health, prison reform and medical marijuana.
Timothy Lee, CFIF's Senior Vice President for Legal and Public Affairs, discusses Wisconsin's recent passage of a right-to-work statute, the myths and facts regarding right-to-work laws, and the ongoing overreach of the Obama Administration as evidenced by ATF's attempted ban on AR-15 "green-tip" ammunition.
Sally Pipes, President, CEO and Taube Fellow in Health Care Studies at the Pacific Research Institute, discusses oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court in the King v. Burwell case, the damaging effects of ObamaCare, and what state lawmakers and members of Congress should be doing now to prepare for a potential ruling that derails the Affordable Care Act.
Steven Bucci, Director of the Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign and National Security Policy, discusses Hillary Clinton's e-mail caper, the new Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center, and the antics surrounding and the consequences of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech before Congress.
Evan Moore, Senior Policy Analyst at the Foreign Policy Initiative, discusses talks between top nuclear officials from Iran and the United States, the impact of sanctions against Iran because of its nuclear weapons program, funding for the Department of Homeland Security and terrorism threats at American malls and the Vatican.
Quin Hillyer, Contributing Editor of National Review magazine, a Senior Editor for the American Spectator magazine, and a nationally recognized authority on the American political process, discusses how "a bracing dose of pessimism" can wake Americans up from a stupor, news of Hillary Clinton's corporate contributions and policy positions while she was Secretary of State, and the relaunch of his website, quinhillyer.com.