Episodes
Neil's 'Common Sense' breaks down the importance of facts in journalism.
Published 11/18/19
Published 11/18/19
Neil's 'Common Sense' breaks down out difference and how we aren't so different, after all.
Published 10/08/19
Neil Cavuto weighs in on Trump's tariff war with China.
Published 08/28/19
Neil's 'Common Sense' takes a look at his father's pearls of wisdom about not taking life too seriously.
Published 08/27/19
How will imposing tariffs against Mexico impact the American consumer?
Published 06/07/19
Neil Cavuto remembers the brave men who stormed the beaches of Normandy.
Published 06/06/19
Neil's 'Common Sense' takes a look at budgeting failures in Congress.
Published 01/02/19
It's tough when things don't go your way, but Mr. President, they're only going to get tougher when you keep putting yourself in the way.
Published 10/18/18
You don't prevent a constitutional crisis by threatening a financial one.
Published 08/23/18
Mr. President, I know they say you have to keep your friends close and your enemies closer, but that doesn't mean criticize your friends and give your enemies cover.
Published 07/16/18
Charles Krauthammer spoke volumes, sometimes without speaking much at all. And now, the silence is deafening.
Published 06/22/18
Why would the man many consider the world's most successful investor remind us that he isn't perfect?
Published 05/07/18
Cavuto's 'Common Sense' commentary about President Trump sparked backlash among viewers. Neil shares his response.
Published 05/04/18
Let me be real clear, Mr. President. How can you drain the swamp if you're the one who keeps muddying the waters?
Published 05/03/18
Things could be a lot worse: Rates could be a lot higher. If you don't believe me, check your history
Published 03/21/18
Congressional procrastinators are not only stupid they are selfish, showing their lack of respect for the folks paying the bills by paying us merely lip service.
Published 01/22/18
Because pretty soon, they take the plates away, and they're on to the next course.
Published 01/05/18
A big story is being ignored by President Trump's critics.
Published 01/04/18
I've heard of blizzards and nor'easters, arctic blasts and polar vortexes, but what the heck is a bomb cyclone?
Published 01/03/18
Republicans and Democrats are talking up ways around automation spending cuts that kick in in just weeks, because they've built-in cheating outs that are really weak.
Published 01/02/18
This Thanksgiving, consider the empty chair at so many other tables representing the ones those families loved.
Published 11/22/17
You are the president of the United States. Why don't you act like it?
Published 11/20/17
I only know one way to cover the White House.
Published 11/14/17
Remembering a time from which we thought we'd never recover, but we did.
Published 10/19/17