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Sen. Roger Wicker (R., Miss.) talks about Obama's approach to Simpson-Bowles and what the U.S. can learn from Greece.
Rep. Bill Johnson (R., Ohio) criticizes President Obama's domestic energy policy.
Freshmen representatives have tiptoed a fine line between sticking to their guns and solving the country's money problems.
Former SEC Commissioner Paul Atkins warns about shareholder activists, and tells companies to be more politically aware.
Congressman Bob Turner reveals energy policies as he prepares to run for U.S. Senate
Richard Mourdock defeats 36-year Senate incumbent Dick Lugar, and the new Indiana GOP nominee has been outspoken about his economic views.
Author Sally Pipes says employer-sponsored health care is driving up costs. Instead, she advocates putting individuals in charge.
Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch says that it will be tough for her to raise more funds than her opponent in the June recall election.
Allen West says he is Democrats No. 1 target and defends his comment that 79-81 Democrats are Communist Party members.
Author John Lott on today's unemployment rate and why this is an unusual recovery.