Some of the GOP candidates have had less than stellar weeks, with Newt Gingrich soaring to second place in the polls only to have his connection to Freddie Mac revealed. Christy Setzer, president and founder of New Heights Foundation and Kereakos Zuras, former financial adviser to the G.W. Bush White House discuss the stories of the week and the candidates making headlines.
Congress is cashing in on free trips paid for by private companies and it's all completely legal. Dave Williams, from the Taxpayers Protection Alliance, explains why it's allowed. He also looks at Fannie and Freddie and Congress' push to cut bonuses for their execs.