September 14th, 2012
05:17 PM ET

Rep. Ron Paul: Fed hasn't done its job

The Federal Reserve is responsible for promoting full employment and keeping prices stable. Rep. Ron Paul explains why he thinks it's failed.


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September 7th, 2012
06:12 PM ET

How many promises has President Obama kept?

Ed Lazear, Don Peebles and Ali Velshi discuss why the president has kept just 37% of his promises so far.


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September 7th, 2012
06:11 PM ET

12 Million jobs: Real possibility or political ploy?

Why do Republicans and Democrats claim they can create 12 million jobs over four years? Ali Velshi checks the claims and politics fueling them.


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September 7th, 2012
06:09 PM ET

This week on Your Money

We know President Obama did not create the economic crisis, but has he done enough to fix it? Is he the man to stand up to the economic storm that may be headed our way? Ali Velshi grades President Obama’s first term in office with Martin Feldstein, Ed Lazear and Don Peebles.

And: The Romney campaign is asking Americans if they are better off than they were four years ago, but that may be the wrong question at the wrong time. Ali explains why with Romney economic adviser Kevin Hassett and former presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich.

Also: The auto industry and the Obama administration’s bailout of it nearly four years ago has become political football on the campaign trail as Ohio and Michigan are up for grabs. Ali explores the bailout and the "what ifs" with former Auto Czar Steven Rattner and CNN’s Will Cain.

Your Money with Ali Velshi airs Saturday at 1pm and Sunday at 3pm ET


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September 7th, 2012
06:08 PM ET

Did the auto bailout succeed?

Years after the U.S. auto bailout, Republicans and Democrats still debate its success. Steven Rattner and Will Cain share their views with Ali Velshi.


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September 7th, 2012
06:06 PM ET

"Are you better off?" is the wrong question

Nearly every presidential challenger since 1980 has asked "are you better off?" Ali Velshi explains what Romney and Obama should really be asking.


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