Romney Economic Adviser Kevin Hassett tells Ali Velshi why the Republican plan is the only answer.
The former labor secretary tells Ali Velshi why Paul Ryan's proposed cuts would ruin the recovery.
It's no secret the economy is struggling. Ali Velshi fact checks Republican promises to fix it.
The former co-chair of the Simpson-Bowles commission tells Ali Velshi why no politicians are serious about trimming our debt.
The former Republican presidential candidate tells Ali Velshi why he boycotted the RNC, why he lost the nomination, and how conservatives can come together again.
Instead of laying out a serious economic plan, Republicans spent the week talking about the gold standard, same-sex marriage and tax cuts. They did talk about our #1 issue - jobs – but Mitt Romney’s claim that he can create 12 million jobs in 4 years is a bold-faced lie.
Plus...the national debt is pushing $16 trillion. President Obama put together the Simpson-Bowles commission to tackle the problem. The commission issued a bipartisan debt reduction plan, which President Obama ignored. VP Candidate Paul Ryan criticized the president for that at the RNC this week; problem is, Paul Ryan opposed the plan as well. Ali speaks with former senator Alan Simpson to find out if anyone is serious about fixing our debt problem.
And...former presidential candidate Jon Huntsman is a real fiscal and social conservative. But he worked for President Obama, and - partly because of that - his poll numbers never got out of single digits. He's boycotting the Republican National Convention because he says the GOP has lost its way. He tells Ali whether a Romney presidency can improve America's economic situation and what it will take to bring conservatives together again.
Your Money with Ali Velshi airs on CNN Saturday at 1:00p and Sunday at 3:00p ET
CNNi's Richard Quest and Penn Financial Group President Matt McCall tell Christine Romans why they're still skeptical of the social media stock.
The Wall Street Journal's Stephen Moore tells Christine Romans why politicians are still talking about Rand's "Atlas Shrugged," a book written almost 60 years ago.
Most of the ads you see from Mitt Romney and President Obama bend the truth. Political psychologist Jonathan Haidt tells Christine Romans why politicians can't just be honest.
Both presidential candidates promise no tax increases on the middle class. Will Cain tells Christine Romans and Bob Herbert why the middle class needs to pay up to attack the deficit.