Crossfire hosts Van Jones & S.E. Cupp debate the controversial Arizona 'religious freedom' bill with Neera Tanden and Peter Sprigg.
What's more important, protecting religious freedom or avoiding discrimination? The pressure is growing as Governor Jan Brewer has yet to make her decision whether to sign or veto the Arizona "religious freedom" bill.
At 6:30pm ET on Crossfire: Neera Tanden, who is against the bill, and Peter Sprigg, who supports it, join Van Jones and S.E. Cupp to debate.
We want you to weigh in: Should businesses be allowed to refuse service based on religious beliefs?
Donna Brazile asks Tea Party Express chair Amy Kremer if House Republicans are abandoning their principles when it comes to considering immigration reform. What do you think?
Tonight on Crossfire, the President has made immigration reform one of his top priorities and it seems Republican House Speaker John Boehner might agree with him. But will conservatives let their leaders make a deal? Should they?
At 6:30pmET we have Amy Kremer of the Tea Party Express and Neera Tanden, the President of Center for American Progress joining guest host Donna Brazile and Newt Gingrich.
We want you to weigh in on tonight’s Fireback question: Do you think Congress will pass immigration reform this year?
Our host on the right, S.E. Cupp, critiques President Obama's Affordable Care Act and Democrats who are still defending it. Cupp continues, "The first step for any addict is admitting you have a problem."
WATCH: The GOP in 2014?
Cupp also asks conservative commentator Will Cain if the GOP will be more concerned with winning elections than standing for its principles.
They were joined by Marc Lamont Hill and Neera Tanden on the left, and discussed a variety of political issues that Democrats and Republicans will be facing in 2014, including Obamacare and the debt ceiling.
How bad is Obamacare?
On Crossfire, Marc Lamont Hill, Will Cain, S.E. Cupp and Neera Tanden spar over new Obamacare enrollment numbers.
GOP's lessons learned from shutdown
On Crossfire, Marc Lamont Hill asks Will Cain what the Republicans learned from shutdown standoff.
The U.S. House of Representatives has launched the latest spending battle with the passage of a spending plan that could lead to a government shutdown and would eliminate all funding for Obamacare, the controversial health care reform law passed in 2010.
House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH), citing the law's unpopularity, said: "The American people don't want the government shut down and they don't want Obamacare. The House has listened to the American people. Now it's time for the United States Senate to listen to them as well."
"I will not negotiate over the full faith and credit of the United States," President Obama shot back at a speech in Liberty, Missouri.
Joining hosts Newt Gingrich and Stephanie Cutter in the Crossfire are Neera Tanden, the President of the Center for American Progress and a key architect of Obamacare, and FreedomWorks President and CEO Matt Kibbe, who supports defunding Obamacare.
We want you to weigh in. If the government shuts down, which party deserves the blame? Vote on our daily question below or Tweet your response using #CrossfireReturns.