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Just Say No: The Iranian Nuclear Deal

Just Say No: The Iranian Nuclear Deal
July 31, 2015 • 08:37 am

Tzvi Kahn, Senior Policy Analyst for the Foreign Policy Initiative, discusses the Iran nuclear deal and its implications for U.S. foreign policy and the Middle East.

The Latest (and not so Greatest) on Hillary's Emails and Presidential Candidates

The Latest (and not so Greatest) on Hillary's Emails and Presidential Candidates
July 31, 2015 • 08:19 am

Sarah Westwood, Investigative Reporter for The Washington Examiner, provides an update on the Hillary email scandal, and discusses the upcoming GOP debate and the 2016 presidential candidates.

Back to School Time (for Some Bureaucrats)

Back to School Time (for Some Bureaucrats)
July 31, 2015 • 08:05 am

Ben Boychuk, CFIF's Contributing Writer and a Syndicated Columnist, discusses school choice, No Child Left Behind, and professors who want to rewrite the First Amendment.

Shedding Light on ObamaCare's True Costs

Shedding Light on ObamaCare's True Costs
July 24, 2015 • 08:46 am

Sally Pipes, President, CEO and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy at the Pacific Research Institute, discusses how to win the ObamaCare war after losing the battle in court and why Americans will pay more for health insurance in the wake of the Supreme Court's decision.

Announcing the 2015 Wacky Warning Label Winners

Announcing the 2015 Wacky Warning Label Winners
July 24, 2015 • 08:35 am

Bob Dorigo Jones, Senior Fellow for the Center for America, discusses lawsuit abuse, the need for tort reform and the finalists in the 18th Annual Wacky Warning Labels Contest, the winners of which will be announced Friday, July 24, 2015, on John Stossel's show on FOX Business News.

No Chapter 9 Bailout for Puerto Rico

No Chapter 9 Bailout for Puerto Rico
July 17, 2015 • 07:49 am

CFIF Senior Vice President of Legal and Public Affairs Timothy Lee discusses why Puerto Rico's municipalities and public entities should not be granted a Chapter 9 bankruptcy bailout and why a Congressional control board is a better answer.

The Government's Seizure of GSE Net Profits

The Government's Seizure of GSE Net Profits
July 17, 2015 • 07:34 am

Logan Beirne, Lecturer in Law and Fellow at Yale Law Schools, discusses the Treasury Department's seizure of Fannie Mae's and Freddie Mac's net profits and why the "Net Worth Sweep" violates the rule of law.

Greek Tragedy: A Lesson in Economics's

Greek Tragedy: A Lesson in Economics's
July 17, 2015 • 07:21 am

James M. Roberts, Research Fellow for Economic Freedom and Growth at The Heritage Foundation, discusses Greece's third bailout in five years and the wrong signal it sends to countries like Italy, Spain and Portugal, and what America can learn from this tragedy.

A Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy

A Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy
July 10, 2015 • 07:49 am

Sarah Westwood, an investigative reporter for The Washington Examiner, discusses issues relating to Hillary Clinton's e-mails and private server, what we learned from the Blumenthal e-mails, the Clinton campaign push-back over the Benghazi probe and the composition of the Clinton "charity."

Pope Francis and the "Science" of Climate Change

Pope Francis and the "Science" of Climate Change
July 10, 2015 • 07:34 am

Ambassador Francis Rooney, former U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See, discusses Pope Francis' latest encyclical, why the Pope should not get involved in divisive and contested political issues like climate policy, and why the climate change debate should not be couched as rich countries versus poor countries.

Supreme Court Round-Up

Supreme Court Round-Up
July 03, 2015 • 12:28 pm

Megan Brown, Partner in the Washington, DC, office of Wiley Rein LLP, discusses some of the decisions from the just-completed October 2014 term of the U.S. Supreme Court -- particularly cases relating to free speech and regulatory authority -- potential certiorari grants for next term, and the likelihood of any retirements from the High Court.

TPA: A Victory for Free Market Principles

TPA: A Victory for Free Market Principles
July 03, 2015 • 12:11 pm

Brandon Arnold, Executive Vice President of the National Taxpayers Union, discusses the passage of the Trade Promotion Authority (TPA), its potential to reduce government burdens on trade and create more opportunity for America to lead internationally, and how the TPA is a much-needed tool for expanding market access and economic freedom.


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