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FOX News
Jul 20, 2013 1:00pm PDT
♪ >> we the jury find george zimmerman not guilty. >> george zimmerman was never guilty of anything except in self-defense. >> ultimately change something in justice system. >> we are very, very saddened the jury's verdict in this case. >> this is no surprise. >> we all had a laser beam focused on seeing george acquitted. >> it's hard to question law that senselessly expect the concept of self-defense in our neighborhoods. >> greta: this is a special edition of on the record. shoblg waves from sanford. george zimmerman a lightning rod case, when zimmerman fatally shot trayvon martin. >> breaking news tonight, one man dead, another in a jail cell after a shooting in sanford. they say they were called out to a home in the circle. >> acres in are stim still shocked. they say it's most bizarre thing for neighborhood. it's such a quiet neighborhood and they say the gunman was a member of their neighborhood watch. >> he was going to the store. >> i don't know why, i don't know. >> we understand that the local f.b.i. office has been in contact with the local authorities. >> protestors and
FOX News
May 25, 2013 1:00pm PDT
>> dana: hello, i'm dana perino and up close with 43, president george w. bush. i assign you in dallas home of the george w. bush presidential center. i had the pleasure to serve 7 years in the bush administration. mispeople think of president bush, straightforward, confident. uncle apologetic but i got to know him in a more personal light. at some point i'll show you. the importance of sticking to principles. >> mr. president. >> welcome back to the oval office. >> dana: it's a little eerie because it feels like i should be preparing you for a press conference. >> exactly. >> dana: i see you have a clean desk. it is in a sense, we made sure at the oval office looked exactly like it was during my presidency. >> including the flowers. >> and we wanted people too be able to come in here and get a sense of the majesty of the office. this is the only office in a museum where a visitor can sit behind the desk or play like you are making a phone call and have their picture taken. i think it's going to be a real attraction. >> dana: the last days of your presidency, i was there. i came
FOX News
Jun 25, 2011 10:30am EDT
that i called george at work to see if he had left the pool ladder up because i also noticed that the side gate was open at the same time. >> she vaguely remembers that right about the time that little caylee anthony vanished that the pool ladder was up and we've already heard testimony that the toddler could unlock the sliding glass door of the grandmother's home and could have arguably, i suppose, fallen into the pool or gotten into the pool and been able to get out and drown. that's nearly the discussion here, but, anna-sigga. anything could have happened. >> yes, it could have happened here, but confident that did not happen. i think that what you have here is a family's last ditch attempt to try to save their daughter and sister's life. you look at the difference between cindy anthony testified for the prosecution, although she was extremely emotional and understandably so, she was natural when she spoke, the way that questions went back and forth whether it was the prosecution and defense. when she was testifying for the defense, she was much more-- and that's when you've been d
FOX Business
Nov 27, 2016 2:30am EST
richer. barack obama really has had no criticism from george bush, even though he threw him under the bus every opportunity he could. george bush didn't say anything. he didn't comment. the economy was -- he never -- he had so many chances. >> i can see the first year, but nothing for eight years. >> but really to say somehow he's going to keep donald trump in check, he's some sort of a, you know, alternative out there, some sort of social conscious that will make sure that the new president does the right thing is absurd. but it does speak to his ego. >> what do you think? >> well, i remember when jack welsh gave -- picked jeff immelt to run ge. afterwards -- that was jack's pick, but afterwards they didn't get along. >> right. >> very much at odds about the management of the company. immelt used to say stuff behind jack's back, vice versa, yet they never boiled over publicly. jack never came out and said a word publicly about the way jeff immelt acted, even when immelt started cozying up to obama being on the economic councils which i'm sure jack did not like. i know he did not
FOX Business
Jul 7, 2013 1:30am EDT
, campaigner obama came out and said that he wasn't going to do what george bush was doing as far as wiretapping. all of a sudden, he's taken it to the 1100th power and this was all new. this was done under cover, nobody knew about it. now all of a sudden, boom, now the poll numbers come out, they're way down. punish now i want to see that because i want less government and the good news is, i think this bucks up republicans to maybe fight harder against them. poll numbers do matter. >> but julie, i always think be careful what you wish for. republicans are the ones would did a patrio act and while both parties by and large started it, this is now the patriot act on steroids. does it boomerang on both parties? chiefly the democratic party? what? >> you're not getting an argument out of me. i think this has gone to an extreme. i was vocal about the fact that democrats trashed george bush for doing it and they're not going to trash obama for doing the same thing. it's funny that these young people who put everybody they hooked up with last night a expecting privacy when it come to some
FOX News
Aug 26, 2017 7:30am PDT
was forming texas land commissioner george bush was calling for funding for a barrier system to at least mitigate the damage the texas land commissioner joins me george p. bush. commissioner very good to have you. >> how is it going neil? >> neil: very well how is it going there for you? >> we're thankfully in higher ground in the capitol city but a lot of work is ahead as griff had mentioned we'll probably see about four more days of precipitation in an area that will affect 12 million of our 26 million that reside in the state of texas. 300,000 people are without power and right now, we're in the process of assessing last night 's damage, as you've seen with some of these images on the coast in rockport, even corpus christi, we've got a lot of work ahead of us and so we're on stand by to be of assistance. >> neil: those without power has gone up substantially from the earlier numbers we had commissioner so 300,000 at this point. you know, your father comes to mind in how well he handled so many hurricanes in florida. i can remember them quite vivdly but it was always a matter of
FOX News
Jun 8, 2013 7:30am PDT
. >> what is interesting is that the alleged civil libertarians that would go nuts if george bush did this or this happened in the bush administration, we need -- these are grave national security issues. there is a hypocrisy. >> that is an excellent point. saturday obama against the intrusion that president bush made to allow the stuff we are seeing going on now. but on steroids. it just seems weird. >> there is a big difference. under the bush administration they didn't get court orders. under the obama administration they are getting a court order for the surveillance. >> there is a big difference. >> there is a big difference. >> whether you have judicial supervision. i'm with daigen. i don't think this is a big scandal. you are not talk about the government eavesdropping on the conversation. >> neil: how do you know? we discovered that is indeed what happened and that getting the records was -- >> that is -- >> that is not what we know. >> that's what we know so far. >> neil: we didn't know this a few day ago, julian. >> if you let me answer i will try to explain. >> neil: go ahe
FOX News
Mar 2, 2013 1:00pm PST
they eat without their bosses telling them what to eat, that is basic. we're now in the world of george orwell. its terrifying situation. >> neil: was george orwell, fat? >> he was very thin. >> he always looked very thin. >> neil: so adam, what do you make of that? this is a dangerous sort of precedent? >> i'm far less concerned about this than ben is. >> neil: ben is okay being segment on the show. just like you did in the last segment. what is it with you? >> i get what you are saying, but i have a very libertarian capitalistic perspective. if i want my employer to pay for my health insurance and i am willing to let my employer monitor my health. >> should your employer monitor your health? >> one at a time. adam, you are okay with this being done outside of work. i saw adam last night eating a canoli? >> i would have to see details. i think it's okay if they want to monitor. blood sugar levels. >> neil: i have no idea about that. >> it depends where you get it. brooklyn, new york? >> wait -- >>> adam, you are in wallow land that is the issue you don't even know what the company is l
FOX Business
Jan 20, 2013 1:30am EST
and they're for it it and explain why it's a good thing. >> can you imagine george bush-- >> and you learn. >> can you imagine george bush having a symposium, why it's-- on how to cover the iraq war or something? this is so-- >>, but the administration did try it clarify that all the evidence it had at the time showed there were weapons of mass destruction, and meeting with forums of journalists trying to make clear there wasn't-- >> and a hostile thing and-- >> is there any difference here, charles payne? >> there is a difference because i happen to think that when they go into the room that adam is talking about, not only the presenters will be advocates and so will the participants. >> the secret service agents and-- >> media, because they're in with obama, and we've come so far, every magazine, every newspaper i see, they've come out of the chos set on anti-capitalism, anti-republican, anti-god. they were the-- >> no, no, adam. >> and it's so bad. >> a lot of this is part of being a journalist, you have to know if you're being spun. how many times has-- >> how many times, i don't
FOX News
Mar 2, 2013 7:30am PST
without their bosses telling them, that's basic. i mean, we're now in the world of george orwell if your employer can tell you what to eat. it's a frightening, beyond frightening, terrifying situation. >> neil: was george orwell fat? >> he was very thin. >> he always looked very thin in his-- >> and that's a moot point for orwell to warn. adam. what do you make of that that this is a dangerous sort after precedent? >> well, i'm far less concerned about this than ben is. i mean, ask the margin of-- >> maybe because ben's okay with it being a segment on the show and you-- (laughter) just like you did to your viewers in the last segment. >> i'm on thin ice here, neil. >> well, i have a very libertarian and capitalistic perspective on this that if i want my employer to pay for my health insurance i'm willing to let my employer monitor my health. and i suppose-- >> can you kidding? are you kidding? and monitoring-- >> and so many people are talking i can't hear what you're saying. >> neil: one at a time. adam, you're okay with this being done outside of work, monitoring, and i saw adam last n
FOX News
Sep 14, 2013 10:30am EDT
. didn't you hear the president? >> i can't save america alone. >> if this was george bush -- >> try it, neil. >> this was george bush doing this stuff, and the bush administration, it would be like front page of the novel times. >> you can't carry the weight but you have broad shoulders. >> neil: thank you. ben do you see this going anywhere? everybody is hot and bother and then nothing comes of the them. >> eric holder is keeping a tight lid. he is mr. obama hatchet man. he won't let much investigation of it. >> neil: attorney general. >> exactly there. won't be anything much done by this as long as obama is president. incredibly, we have more than another three years of him being president. hard to believe, but it's true. terrifying. >> neil: daigen, you think it's nowhere fast right now. >> i think it will be a slow drip of information. we'll eventually get to the bottom of it. >> if the "washington post" did what they did in watergate. >> neil: now with the "washington post" you have to be a prime player. >> okay. >> and fox news. >> let's go. >> neil: guys, want to thank charlie a
FOX Business
Jun 9, 2013 8:30am EDT
about here is preventing another 9/11 attack. >> that's what george bush said before -- >> neil: all right. >> we are combining even. here is what i think. maybe you can help me with this. fact of the matter is this is not an isolated incident. collecting phone records on millions of americans is one thing. saying you are going after conservative groups and then it's more than a few. then a lot more than just groups. it's individuals. exanding this to go after fox. there is a steady, systemic pattern of invading people's privacy to use the full weight and power of the united states government to be a pain. >> there is arrogance. the notion that this is monitoring phone calls from here to yemen, 170 million customers are calling yemen? c'mon. if you want to cross reference after the boston terror event, and you a getting the information for verizon to cross check and cross ference anyone that might have been with him and his brother -- >> i'm with you. now you have the documents. >> i'm with you. onll of that. that is how you typically gather the information. >> there is contempt and
FOX Business
Mar 17, 2013 1:30am EDT
goes away. >> when saw that george stephanopoulos interview imented to scream and cry and i wasn't -- >> at george stephanopoulos or the president. >> i am not sure. i feltment say way with dennis rodman's interview. the idea there is no crisis there is obviously a disconnect. the there is a crisis. the president keeps saying if we don't figure out how to shuffle out trillion necessary u.s. economy and fight global warming because it gets one degrees warmer in the next hundred yearings. the clock never stops moving and it is an immediate crisis and high suld be honest about that. >> dagen, he saying in and of itself, the balanced budget is not the goal. it is getting to that, but not at the expense of bla, blarks. >> and in saying that and spending not being a problem and hearing henry reid saying don't touch entitlementings and nancy pelo saying don't raise the retirement age and sh allings id we don't have a spending problem . i put it together. >> right. my fave rilt little, to the president was hundred billion in new infrastructure spending that is in the budget . they are free
FOX Business
Feb 23, 2014 8:30am EST
-up room the rooms chilled. >> george clooney didan ad for budweiser, why is he not a bad guy for encouraging people to drink? let me finish and alec baldwin is the humping credit card for capital one right and left. whwhy isn't he accus of getting americans into debt? that's what i want to know. >> yay! >> i want to now. >> very well. wal-mart you know what's behind wal-mart. you know it's an advertiseing. you know this guy is paid by wal-mart. who are those protesters? who are the people down in occupied wall street? .9 were didn't care. they were professional socialist agitators. >> you are getting t. >> adam, i just can't believe that you continuously don't mind th demonization of wal-mart. are part is guy. you look over at india, india right now are dealing with run away inflation because they kicked out the big box retailers. there is no infrastructure because they wanted to save ma and pa, people are paying more forrionions over there. what wal-mart has done goes beyond the average person. it's a net-net, win-win. >> two things, i want to make perftly clear. i am not critic
FOX Business
Nov 30, 2014 8:30am EST
? >> i went through a 50-page report. when they raised the toll on the george washington bridge, which is ast nom cal, a lot of that money does go to other things that have nothing to do with the george washington bridge. >> right. >> it is a farce. this money is wasted and never gets to the projects. in other words, a bait and switch. they say hey, we want to use there for infrastructure. who is against that? the money never makes it. >> not to the degree -- it's getting worse. look at it this way. we spent $1 trillion -- let me tell you what's happening. a trillion dollars on infrastructure. >> i understand. >> the federal government is going to -- >> with all due respect out of the pot -- we have -- they must have -- they need the roads and bridges. >> are you saying the stimulus money was effectively spent on roads and bridges? >> no, i'm saying of course there was waste. of course there was waste and mistakes. itis all done by human beings. >> i understand. >> either the federal government is going to take care of the infrastructure problem or it's going to fall on the state. what yo
FOX Business
Dec 13, 2015 6:30am EST
is incredible, and i think the most important figure of my lifetime was george wallace and then to the fact that the wide working close voter was really po'ed and he was winning the primaries like crazy. >> yeah, in 1968 there was an election to richard nixon. >> yeah, and he got 14 percent of the poplar votes. >> yeah, but he got nixon to adopt a southern strategy and that's been the strategy of the republican party every since. trump should be showing the way to the rest of the republicans. we get a chance to learn from him. >> i know that the clinton forces are hoping that she gets the nomination and that it's trump against the nomination. they're hoping the same with reagan and getting concern with bush senior with that and saying that we want don't to go up against george sr. we know what happened in nevere -- >> the numbers of the delegates and the votes that you need to win are increasingly getting more complicated. this is the fact because they're not in the favor. >> that's not what i asked. you think that you're getting ahead of yourself and hoping and praying. >> my poin
FOX News
Apr 11, 2015 7:30am PDT
times, president george w. bush tried and failed to get immigration reform done because the republicans and certain democrats wouldn't work with him. same thing is happening to president obama who is trying to solve this problem. that's what this is about. it's a political problem. >> executive orders -- >> he is creating the problem. >> they are not trying to keep out the central american juveniles coming into this company because they could make a quick change to deport them quickly. >>> forget the white house push for free college leaving taxpayers on the hook. the free market just make it free for everyone. this is good, mom. "good"? (chuckles) it's delicious! and this new kibble blend is so healthy. thank you. no, nancy, thank you. kibbles 'n bits. be ♪ ah, push it. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ push it. ♪ ♪ p...push it real good! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ow! ♪ ♪ oooh baby baby. ♪ if you're salt-n-pepa, you tell people to push it. ♪ push it real good. ♪ it's what you do. ♪ ah. push it. ♪ if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance you switch to geico. it's
FOX Business
Jul 28, 2013 1:30am EDT
time. if george bush was giving this speech, there would be front pagetories about the moron he was. >> i thought it was inflammatory. >> i'm saying substantive. i'm not saying it wasn't -- >> it depends on your goal. >> substantive in terms of how to fix the economy. >> oh, sure. >> it was not a serious speech. >> oh, sure. >> the government can help. it can hurt. it gets to gary's point, which i'll put even a finer point on. under this president, the rich have gotten richer, the poor have gotten poorer, the inequality gap has grown tremendously. when that happened on the ronald reagan and george bush watch, front pagetories in the "new york times." where e the front page stories about the inequality gap wit this president? >> so, adam, the income and inequality gap, could that be the president's fault? i mean, the president is suggesting it's everyone's fault but his. he took this major victory lap before starting this speech, but doesn't the buck stop at his door? >> i don't think he's saying it's everybody's fault but his. by the way, he's not necessarily saying it's anybody's f
FOX News
Jun 8, 2013 1:00pm PDT
would go nuts if george bush did this, are saying, well, we need national security. there is hypocrisy. >> neil: senator obama was very much intruce that the then president bush with the patriot act that allowed the stuff we are seeing going on now, but again, on steroids. it seems weird? >> there is a big difference. under the bush administration they didn't get court orders. under the obama administration they are getting a court order. there is a big difference there. there is a big difference whether you have a judicial supervision. i'm with dagen, i don't think this is big scandal. you are not talking about the government eavesdropping on your conversations. >> neil: how do you know? that, indeed, that is what is happening. >> that is not what we know. what we know is a program. >> neil: we didn't know this a few days. >> if you let me answer i'll try to explain. >> go ahead. >> we know it allows meta data, originating and terminating phone numbers so they can prevent 9/11. in another case the government is following the law in every single instance. none the complaints
FOX Business
Jun 25, 2017 2:30am EDT
dagen: jonas. >> george clooney made more than a lifetime. dagen: too bad tequila doesn't make you talk more clearly. >> trading one nightmare for another. senate gop leaders funding a healthcare reform bill is a trick to repeal and replace obamacare but senator rand paul told me it does neither. >> sound like obamacare to me. in some areas it may be obamacare plus on the subsidy side. we can't have a bill that spends more than obamacare and call that a repeal bill. dagen: gerri willis, daniel and gary, ben stein, adam motion ski, charlie gasparino, one nightmare for another. >> let's be clear, the welfare state, to try to take a piece of the welfare state out, you have to play the long game. in 6 months -- it took a year to create. we have a few -- to chop it down. success of amendments to those bills, it looks like each iteration looks like you are doing obamacare light and who knows when the end will come? >> the question comes up, whether this gets in the way of that. and as a result. >> there is the other -- >> the gop blue it, government should be involved. they will always h
FOX News
Apr 22, 2017 7:30am PDT
growth. that happened under reagan and george w. bush. it did not happen -- and unprecedented bailout. >> that is a debate, can't be too big -- >> you have to cut taxes and spending with those novelty scissors without abandoned i agree with you, those are not tethered together. i don't believe in revenue neutrality. that is a false demigod. you have to cut back my fantastic -- >> it certainly is. neil: libertarians are of that you, don't get so caught up >> don't get caught up in the mechanics of revenue neutrality. those things can be done separately, stop tying them together, cut taxes now. neil: you is a lot of liberal friends are concerned. please tell me why you have your worries. >> we shouldn't fall under this. liberals don't want the economy to do better. jump over me on, there is a sense of fairness to lowering taxes rich people pay so they can benefit but moving on, where i would love your political thoughts charles talks about revenue neutral, you used to be in the revenue neutral crowd, this is an important part of the republican party, many members of congress say
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May 5, 2012 7:30am PDT
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FOX Business
Jun 29, 2014 1:30am EDT
. >> and followup on that, i had george schultz, the multirepublican cabinet secretary who was here part of this group that included hank paulson with who gas knows very, very well sh, and who said thatd a group to be aware of it, and has an insurance policy just in case something goes bad. when i asked the secretary to put numbers to the policy, he demurred, but the point is that there is a group of people who say, what is the harm of taking out an insurance policy to be sure we are on top of this? >> well, the harm is that we won't do any good, and get the yellow cars crashing into the yellow car, because there are other countries burning so much coal, and if we make the big changes, it won't help the situation very much, and the governor jerry brown is going to put in controls as if that is going to change the whole position of the world climate. >> and the american people are going to suffer before we get the technology. >> and the argument, if i remember it correctly, if you take out insurance policy to prepare for something that you might not bet it is coming, you are in better shape.
FOX News
May 10, 2010 4:30am EDT
to worry them. in the same way george didn't tell me every time he didn't want to worry me i didn't want to worry them. >> she confronts her husband about a personal issue in their marriage and talks about her help with afghan women. >> after september 11th when everyone's eyes turned to afghanistan women were shocked. american women were shocked. we couldn't image the contrast it was so stark between our lives and the lives the women of afghanistan. [ femamamama billy graham when billy graham was visiting the bushes. he started with a bible study class with don evans and other friends of ours in midland. our girls were 4 and his dad was thinking about running for president. there were a lot of things that made it easier i think for him to stop all at once than it is for a lot of people. >> you were hard on him. >> it was but i certainly wasn't going to leave him and i wasn't going to let him leave me. >> you say he often didn't bring home a lot of the problems of the presidency. were there moments and times when he would reach out to you? i would think that would be a natural thing
FOX News
Jun 19, 2010 10:30am EDT
knew it from there. he was trying to get george to go along with it. but the fact is, a great question then and we know the answer now. >> neil: lee? >> the reason, this is a legal gobbledygook. you can't get in way of collecting taxes so this is a definition of convenience. i'm sure it means nothing to you. >> no. you are saying one thing in a court brief you wouldn't tell the american people. not casts aspersions but you are stating the obvious. >> if you split hairs, if it's more than 8% of the income and no penalties like the i.r.s. it's not a tax. you could not pay it for years and years. >> i've dealt with the contractors who say neil, here is how much it costs to fix the kitchen. they fix the kitchen and say neil, you want shelves in the cabinet or you want the refrigerator door to open. it will cost you extra. we have discovered there are other costs to compensate doctors to $60 billion. the price has to be ratcheted up. the tax thing in florida courtroom is part of it. >> with respect to lee, this is far from splitting hairs. the lawsuit says you are not allowed under
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Jul 20, 2013 7:30am PDT
to george w. bush. she passed away this morning after a long illness. she was 92. >>> and police are investigating a situation where a woman tumbled to her death from a roller coaster. the deadly accident last night at a six flags amusement park in arlington, texas. witnesses say the woman tumbled from the texas giant ride after a safety bar released. the ride is the tallest steel hybrid roller coaster in the world, and six flags is denying that's how she passed. i'm jamie colby. back to "cavuto on business." >>> watching out for you or just watching you? the senate giving the green light to this man to head up the consumer financial protection bureau, but the word protection coming into question as new reports claim the agency is collecting data on all americans' financial transactions. ben, forget protection. is this an invasion of our privacy? >> well, what gives them the right to look into my bank statements, look into my credit card statements? what gives them the right to know every single thing i'm doing and spending money on? what gives them that right? i'm not a spy. i'm not
FOX News
Feb 8, 2010 4:30am EST
children. >> what who cares about this? >> george w. bush did not go to church. okay? >> and he didn't go to any church. >> and obama didn't. >> fine. he went there for years. >> bush didn't go to church. saying he was a born-again christian. it's a lame response. >> yes. >> no. >> yes. it is. >> if you're going to say this like you are now because he's not picking a church where it when born again gorge bush wasn't going to church. >> you're getting different... >> pick a church. >> i know he had bible study often and the thing. he wasn't receiving devotionals daily devotionals as you point out from one faith after another. >> he said it gets daily devotionals and sometimes it has something to reflect on oos is this his way of preventing himself from being next to a radical path? >> is it politically correct? >> it's shocking. >> sean: we just had press on andrew young. >> yeah. >> sean: it took the book took my breath away. >> yeah. yeah. >> do you know what? why watch jerry springer. we can watch the john edwards saga unfold. >> there are some looking into the back grounds and say do y
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Feb 25, 2017 7:30am PST
acting like george wallace did. >> i am shocked these governors feel they can act on their own personal whim and don't have to abide by the law. in new york the same thing is going on the cops who you think would take direction would be happy -- neil:he would not go along with this but what it is saying is you are not doing a night's raid in the upper bronx, you stumbled across someone and then you shouldn't be here and you are proceeding getting kicked out of the country. that is very different than going en masse to people. andrea: it is night and day. some of these police forces are saying if nothing else help us out because some cities having of crime on their hands, we don't have the resources or time to hold these people. i think it is a copout, reflection of local politics and i don't think -- even if there were a different republican in the white house i think a lot of these places are treated differently. andrea: it blurred into gestapo tactics. by going after illegals who are here, even accidentally discovering them, it doesn't make sense to me. >> it is not clear fed
FOX News
May 24, 2014 7:30am PDT
going to be going right through george bush in houston and i'm fine with that. to adam's point. you are going to die from a bee sting before you die on a plane and there's no reason to not feel safe in a plane, ben, than you should feel in your car right now. i would mush rather get on a plane than drive. >> you got on to the plane and ran -- >> i'll tell you, not to freak people out but it does happen more than you realize. a lot of these near misses don't get reported. the faa does have a plan. they do want to upgrade the system. i think it's about time. better radar and better technology. >> but i get much better food in my car. i get much better food in my car. >> he stops by mcdonald's. >> i almost got nearly run over walking across the street but i think that was on purpose. someone was coming after me. >> that was me. someone recognized you. >> but i think the reality is its a safe way of travel. >> you don't have any more of these incidents. >> people try to run me over more and more. >> but all the drones. that was a big issue because we have a near miss in new york. there's mo
FOX Business
Aug 13, 2017 2:30am EDT
deal, president george w. bush talked about evil and more talk -- >> i don't debate. this guy was handed a very bad hand but how he plays it now means a lot and i'm not so sure telling him we are going to destroy you tomorrow is essentially the way to go. kennedy: i want to bring carrie because i agree with your sentiment, this tough talk is actually different because the president is using the kind of tone that kim jong un understands and that's what his secretary of defense echoed in his statement. so is it time for tough talk and the big stick, what do you think? >> i agree. you should know your audience. that's the key. like you said, this guy is unhinged. you have to know what you're speaking. to that's what president trump is channeling. kennedy: does it make him more unhinged or some diplomatic strategy here that might neutralize? >> the generals who are around the president, they are not unhinged. they know what's happening. general mattis, he said we are not going to do without multilateral approach. >> that's my point. my point is the professionals have down played the r
FOX Business
Dec 18, 2016 2:30am EST
willing to flex their military muscle. if you remember george bush jr. in the first month of his presidency had to face a china crisis with one of our navy jets got clipped by a chinese plane, it was grounded for ten days. for ten days seized our people -- >> happened back then. >> and even under bill clinton he had a china confrontation with warships being put in there. so for donald trump it's been a lifelong campaign against the chinese, but it has real world foreign policy implications. >> but charles payne, we've always -- with the chinese. one thing weird or refreshing about donald trump is he's not. >> he's not. but again, i think amy's got a point with respect to mexico and canada are going to fold on nafta. that's going to be pretty easy. but china already they flew that long range nuclear bomber, you know, they have militarized or they're militarizing that manmade -- >> so you'd be afraid to take them on? >> no, you have to. the longer we wait, the more powerful they become. i'm glad donald trump has an opportunity now to put some action behind words. >> but the questio
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Dec 15, 2013 1:30am EST
profit. we bailed them out to bail them out. that is the reason why george bush -- >> a good point. very good point. we bailed them out to bail them out. bottom line is i wonder, ben, whether you are for or against the bail-out, charles said if it set a precedent. not just in too big to fail, but if you are seen as an important institution, too important to let go, we will not let go of it. we will not do that. >> it is the precedent. correct precedent. i don't think we should have let general motors fail. in the unlikely event it happens to ford or g.e., we shouldn't let them fail. >> what if it happens again? >> we should not let them fail. >> why do they get a special place? is microsoft in the same situation? >> sorry? >> is microsoft in the same situation? bail them out? >> yes. absolutely. it costs $30 per american to bail out g.m. that's a small price to pay to keep a gigantic icon, american manufacturer in business. allow me to continue -- >> all right, all right. >> and for my cadillac. >> adam, what do you think? this is providing mechanics for his cadillac, i undstand. a
FOX Business
Apr 28, 2013 8:30am EDT
we're not rushing here. we've been trying to do immigration reform since president george w. bush tried and failed because his party wouldn't support him on this. >> actually we did that to ronald reagan and rouxed the day because ronald reagan said he was hood winked. >> what we can say on this program because we're not politicians is that there is no connection between the boston bombing and immigration reform. these were two legal immigrants in the united states. that's a horrible police and terrorism issue, but it has nothing whatsoever to do with the fact we are a nation of immigrants and we want -- >> but they want to make it part of it. ben stein, and maybe for perfectly valid reasons. maybe it should be a separate bill or separate matter, but they want to make it part of this bill and this matter to police those who are already here and include in this bill. good or bad idea? >> we've got to polic them somehow. if the guys who are here should have been already picked up, the tsarnaevs should have been picked up by the f.b.i. under existing legislation, under existing law. they w
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Sep 8, 2012 7:30am PDT
. and four years, the democrats are still giving george bush the full monty now and the economy now. >> it's i am bearing, i notice when president bush took office, the stock was crashing and terrorism going unchecked and completely unprepared for 9/11, he did not blame his predecessor president clinton and he stood up and did the job. and i'm embarrassed that they're blaming president bush. yes, president bush did a lot wrong and let's be grownup and get on with the job. >> neil: by the way, democrats were in charge of congress, but it is what it is. sandra what do you make of it. >> the role of the president of the united states could be easily compared to the chief executive officer, ceo after company and hired to turn it over and four years later still blaming your predecessor and you would be fired. >> i don't agree that the president is ceo, he has to work more with congress, but-- >> a bit over done for you. >> yes, and still saying this in eight years. >> and obama acts like he was drafting for the job, chilling out his apartment and ringing the bell and-- >> adam comment. >
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Sep 12, 2009 10:30am EDT
is terrible incivility. george bush 43 before he came before congress, the democrats would snicker at him and boo at him. there is plenty of incivility to go around. the real problem is that 8 years ago we were united against the terrorists and now we're saying oh, let's defend the terrorists and make sure they get legal rights and get treated with kid gloves and treat them fair and square. let's apologize to all these countries around the world that treat us like dog dirt. come on, this is america! we behave like americans willing to defend ourselves n war, there is a lot of brutality. we're in a war. we're in a serious war. we used to all be united in world war ii. somehow we got a lot of people lost on the war that we need to do for this country. neil: every anniversary of 9/11, including this year, i note that the more time that passes, the more we forget. the australian prime minister john howard told me, the thing that worries me most, neil, with each passing year we're more focused on the crisis from a year before, like in this case, the financial crisis a year ago, and not eig
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Oct 3, 2015 7:30am PDT
republican since ronald reagan and george h. bush. some say the jobs picture may bring us back to the future. are they right? let's go in focus to fine out with lizzeth macdonald, mike ozanian, bruce and mike. with the lousy numbers could the
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Jul 31, 2016 6:30am EDT
positions in the cabinet. bill clinton did it, george bush did it. >> you can argue maybe that's existed or not but -- >> abraham lincoln did it. >> he did. >> but morgan, pay to play right now. big antiish willment push, big anti-washington pish. it ain't good news. >> i think this is a caustic example of the clintons say one thing and do another. look at what terry mcauliffe said last week at tpp. he said, you know what, hillary clinton says she's against it, when she gets in office she's going to make changes, do this, do that. typical, par for the course. don't say you want to stop citizens united and stop the rigged system when you've got your donors caught by the political reporter in the cafe about which ambassadorships they're going to get. >> ben stein, i get that there has always been if quid pro quo, pay to play kind of thing. it's ugly particularly when hillary says her main campaign platform is to get rid of this stuff. >> well, hillary is the ultimate washington insider, ultimate washington game player. she is the anti-bernie sanders. they as a very close friend of mine sai
FOX Business
Jan 19, 2014 8:30am EST
like my cuff link collection, i don't have it. i spent 18 bucks every day crossing the george washington bridge. >> do you do that or does your driver? >> he's always complaining ab it. i'll tell you where the tax is going, though, 85 billion to fuel tax, $12 billion to tolls, $9.8 billi property taxes, 14 billion for local and state fees. that's the breakdown of the cash. what they are doing with it, i don't know. >> that's my point. a lot ofeople say neil doesn't have an interest, i do, i can see clearly. what i do raise here is before we plow good mney after bad, account for the money we spent. if you can allocate and tell me it been spent wisely to this very cause, then i'll give you more money. not until then. >> i think it makes us all uncomfortable to hear secretary la hood say america is one big pothole as charles is mentioning those numbers, let me remind everybody every time you put a gallon of gas into your tank, you are already paying 18 cents in a federal gas tax, you are paying about 30 plus cents in state and local gas taxes. on average, you are paying about 50
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Jun 28, 2010 4:30am EDT
. >> in january of 2007, petraeus was nominated to succeed general george casey as commander, multinational force, iraq. >> in closing the situation in iraq is dire. the stakes are high. there are no easy choices but hard is not hopeless and if confirmed i pledge to do my utmost to lead our wonderful men and women in uniform and those of our coalition partners inning. >> a few weeks later he was unanimously confirmed and the pressure was about to increase dramatically. >> i have committed more than 20,000 additional american troops to iraq. >> would the surge work? the general heads to washington for a progress report. that's next on "american commander." cccccccccccccccccccc >>> prior to february of 2007, general petraeus spent almost three of the past four years serving in some of the most difficult posts in iraq. now, he was poised to return with his most challenging assignment yet. >> i have committed more than 20,000 additional american troops to iraq. >> general petraeus inherited the surge. >> people associate the surge with just more americans on the battlefield. but,
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Jul 3, 2016 6:30am EDT
america will be safe again. this wasn't just obama. george bush actually started this. he -- i think he only used the term islamic fascist once or twice. he started with wart on terror and obama picked it up with more obscene, the war on violent extremism. radical islam nowhere to be found. >> jessica, earlier this week there was great video of us killing 300 isis members in a convoy and a spokesperson for obama said hey, we did that without using radical islam, maybe we can win this war after all. being facetious but do they miss the point? >> no. i think where the point is being missed here is that yes, we have, you know, an enemy that we are, you know, in this long and ongoing war with. however, we're talking about the department of justice. we're not talking about about the fbi, not talking about our police. we're talking about attorneys and prosecutors. >> we have reports -- >> a whole history of justice. the statute of justice is blindfolded because justice is supposed to be blind to race, to religion. >> but not to the facts. how about the facts? >> only to see the facts. having
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