Economist Ben Stein said much of what President Trump says on Twitter is "unbelievably sensible."
Charles Payne is the host of Making Money with Charles Payne (weekdays 6-7 PM/ET) on Fox Business Network (FBN). He joined FBN in October 2007 as a contributor.
Payne is also a contributor to FOX News Channel (FNC), frequently appearing on shows such as "Cashin' In," "Cavuto on Business," and "Bulls and Bears."
Payne began his career on Wall Street as an analyst at E.F. Hutton in 1985. In 1991, he founded Wall Street Strategies, an independent stock market research firm where he serves as chief executive officer and principal analyst. He published his first book entitled "Be Smart, Act Fast, Get Rich" in May 2007.
Payne attended Minot State College and Central Texas College during his time in the United States Air Force.
Stories from Charles Payne
Fox Business anchor Charles Payne reacted to criticisms of the new tax law over its cap on the SALT (State and Local Tax) deduction.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe declined to answer the nagging question of which Democrat is the leader of the party.
Liberal filmmaker and provocateur Michael Moore is at it again...
The father of a 21-year-old who was killed by an illegal immigrant in 2015 urged those who would justify sanctuary cities to recognize what such policies are doing to the country.
Hillary Clinton called her email scandal a "nothing-burger" and said the related federal investigation is not the reason she lost the presidential election.
A conservative columnist who was suspended by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch after a pro-NRA piece talked to Charles Payne this morning on FBN.
A progressive advocacy group is organizing a CPAC-style conference for liberals, hoping to harness the attention the conservative event receives, Politico reported.
Hundreds of thousands flooded the streets of Tehran to denounce the United States in the Islamic Republic's "day of rage."
The "Outnumbered" panel discusses classes at public universities entitled "The Problem of Whiteness."
President-elect Donald Trump fired back at a well-known New York Times columnist who appeared to suggest on Twitter that a "9/11"-type attack would help him politically.
Judge Andrew Napolitano appeared on "Your World" today to discuss the revelation that the Iranian scientist executed by his own government after being convicted of spying for the U.S. seemingly was discussed in emails that crossed Hillary Clinton’s private server.