The cable news television show, Crossfire (http://crossfire.blogs.cnn.com/), which appears on CNN, is a detail oriented look at the political issues of the day. The latest incarnation of the show features S.E. Cupp and Newt Gingrich on the right with Van Jones and Stephanie Cutter on the left. Gingrich and Jones are both policy wonks who bring an intellectual discussion back to punditry.

Gingrich and Jones have had detail-oriented and frank discussions about issues like climate change on the show. This is one show on cable where you can get a balanced point of view on benefits and drawbacks of various issues. Gingrich’s work as Speaker of the House and the work that Jones has done in the business world give them both the necessary experience to speak on the issue.

Stephanie Cutter has a long history of working with political candidates. She has worked with Senator Jon Tester and was a part of Barack Obama’s re-election team. S.E. Cupp brings a fresh perspective to the show as a secular conservative. One of her goals is to let young people know that they can still be cool and conservative. The show is a sharp contrast from when Paul Begala and Tucker Carlson appeared on the program.

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S.E. Cupp takes ALS challenge

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S.E. Cupp takes the #ALSIceBucketChallenge and nominates Newt Gingrich, Anthony Bourdain, and Mike Rowe. Follow S.E.'s adventures on her Facebook here. Follow @Crossfire Follow @secupp

What millennials want to hear from politicians

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Millennials will represent nearly 40% of the voting population by the year 2020, and the race is on to win this crucial voting demographic. To my eye, neither party has worked particularly hard to woo young people in the past. Democrats have pandered to them and Republicans have barely even acknowledged them. But now, with so many up for grabs, and millennials shaping our lives in such important ways, pandering and avoidance won't cut it. They aren't very impressed by government solutions to problems they've watched their idols in Silicon Valley solve, some without even a college degree. And they don't take kindly to being cut out of the political process or treated like children when it's their parents' generation that has created many of the problems (and debt) they will have to carry. Full story

Our atheists are better than yours

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S.E. Cupp states the case for atheists joining the conservative ranks.

Reloaded: Obama’s foreign policy problem

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Richardson: Clinton would win over Warren

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In the hypothetical battle of Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton in 2016, one former Clinton opponent is putting his money on the former secretary of the state, but not without caveats. On tonight's show, 52% of viewers who responded to our fireback question said they believe Warren could beat Clinton in a Democratic primary. Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, who ran against Clinton (and Obama) in 2008 in the Democratic presidential primary, disagreed. Full story The Warren vs. Clinton debateFormer Govs. Tim Pawlenty and Bill Richardson debate over Elizabeth Warren and Hillary Clinton making a Presidential bid in 2016.

Outrage: It’s hard to break up with Comcast

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S.E. Cupp is 'outraged' over a recent viral call with a Comcast employee.

Jones, Bachmann battle on border issue

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Van Jones and Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) have a heated debate on the immigration crisis. Bachmann: Clinton should be concernedRep. Michele Bachmann says if she were Hillary Clinton, she would be concerned about Elizabeth Warren. Is Clinton experiencing déjà vu?Newt Gingrich, Van Jones, Reps. Bachmann and Rangel debate Elizabeth Warren's new super PAC. Outrage: Jose Antonio Vargas detainedVan Jones is outraged that undocumented immigrant, Jose Antonio Vargas, was detained at the Texas border.

Reloaded: Maternity leave has its costs

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Crossfire's S.E. Cupp warns that paid family leave is a double-edged sword.

Racism directed at the President

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Paul Begala brings up some of the racism the President has had to endure in light of Attorney General Eric Holder's recent comments. Holder said he sees "racial animus" in strident Republican opposition to some Obama administration policies. Newt Gingrich, Tim Phillips and Neera Tanden debate. In the Crossfire: the Perry, Paul duelPaul Begala and Newt Gingrich debate Gov. Perry and Sen. Paul's dueling op-eds with Tim Phillips and Neera Tanden. Gingrich outraged Israel under attackNewt Gingrich is outraged that Israel is under attack and Paul Begala agrees with him.

Cupp: Obama is the photo op President

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S.E. Cupp makes her case for President Obama to be one of the biggest photo op President's in history, contrary to his belief. Paul Begala and Reps. Karen Bass and Bill Flores debate. Begala takes on Rick Perry 'conspiracies'Paul Begala criticizes Rick Perry's 'conspiracies' about the immigration crisis. Reps. Bass and Flores debate. Outrage: J.Crew unveils 000 sizingS.E. Cupp is outraged that J.Crew has unveiled a size 000.

Obama’s absurd and expensive border strategy

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Texas is the center of the current crisis at the border. From Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, thousands upon thousands of children are pouring into the United States. This flood of foreign children is not a problem of border security. They are not sneaking across the border illegally. Under the Feinstein Amendment of 2008, unaccompanied minors from these countries can present themselves at a legal border crossing, claim to be political refugees and seek asylum. The argument on the left is that these three countries have violent gangs and therefore we have a moral obligation to take in their children. One Democratic senator told me that the real key was to end violence in those three countries. Read more

Gutierrez: ‘Bothered’ that Obama won’t visit border

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Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Illinois, a strong proponent of comprehensive immigration reform, said that he's disappointed in President Barack Obama's refusal to visit the southern U.S. border with Mexico. "It does bother me,” he said on tonight's show about Obama not visiting the border. “I wish the President of the United States were going down [to the border] and visiting the children and visiting the site tonight." Democratic Congressman questions Obama's immigration proposalRep. Gutiérrez questions the administration's proposal to alleviate the border crisis. Rep. Bridenstein debates with S.E. Cupp and Van Jones.

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