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FOX News
Jul 13, 2013 1:00pm PDT
in the george zimmerman trial. we are keeping an eye on the courthouse inside and out. producers and reporters are there where a jury of six women are deciding whether the former neighborhood watch volunteer acted in self-defense the night he shot and killed 17-year-old trayvon martin. hello, thanks for being with us, i'm gregg jarrett. >> heather: i'm heather childers. welcome to another hour of america news headquarters. the jury could convict zimmerman of second-degree murder, possibly putting him in jail for life. jurors are also considering the lesser charge of manslaughter and they could find zimmerman not guilty. lastly, those six women jurors may decide they are unable to reach a verdict. phil keating live from the seminole county justice center with the latest. >> reporter: its steamy summer afternoon here in sanford florida. after nine and a half hours of jury deliberations, from here in seminole county to cross the country we still await a verdict in the george zimmerman murder trial. this is the most high profile and highly watched criminal country right now which some ca
FOX Business
Nov 13, 2016 2:30am EST
endorsements, hillary got 57. people voted for trump. now what? in the hit musical "hamilton" king george tells the colonists, "you are on your own. awesome. do you have a clue what happens now? will donald trump do reckless things, start a depression by anti-trade laws. silence newspapers? stop all immigration? trump scares people. i know hillary would have been a bad president. i hope trump will be great, but i fear he will do terrible things. but at election time when people put so much importance on who will be president. a president isn't the cause or answer to most of our problems. thanks to this tng, the constitution, a president's powers are limited. my ancestor the founder explained to me, we wrote that to protect people from oppressive government. to make that extra clear we added the tenth amendment. powered not dell gate to the united states by the constitution, the powers are reserved to the states or the people. the people. the president in fact, the whole federal government doesn't run our lives. i get annoys when people talk on tv about politicians running america. >> thes
FOX Business
Nov 27, 2016 6:30am 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
Dec 13, 2015 2:30am EST
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 point is this. you have mitt winning the votes
FOX Business
Dec 8, 2013 8:30am EST
enough. what he's saying to me, it's not enough. >> every day, i pay 12 bucks to cross the george washington bridge. >> how would you know? did you see what your limo driver -- >> i read it in a newspaper. >> got you. >> you're not counting all the billions, tens of billions of dollars state and city bonds issue every year to build inf infrastructure. >> very good point. >> you didn't bring up the fact that we've been talking about an infrastructure prices for the last 30 years. >> yes, i did, you just saw a clip of the interview. i think you're very judgmental. that certainly came up. >> you're all out of your mind. the federal gas tax -- let's lk about one tax. the federal gas tax. it goes to the highway trust fund. it hasn't gone up in 20 years. but the cost of road repair and road construction has gone up 55%. >> you don't think a lot more people would drive? >> i think that the gas tax -- >> you think just because it hasn't been touched for 20 years -- >> it is declining revenue source because our cars are more fuel efficient -- >> what about -- >> that's notot what we're tal
FOX News
Jul 6, 2013 7:30am PDT
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 patriot 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 all expecting privacy when it comes to something else. okay. >> yeah. i always like
FOX News
Nov 15, 2014 7:30am PST
album. good for google. >> john, bull or bear? >> i like george strait. bear. >> studies are efficient. the new bathroom is the new water cooler. they are on their cell phone eating lunch but they are not washing their hands. >> yuck. neil is next. >>> cokum-bay-ya? i don't think so. 5 million illegals just through washington and while we're at it, american is thrown for a loop. welcome, everybody. i'm neil cavuto. the president is clearly doubling down on a series of executive orders reportedly set for next week freezing not only deportation, but if john boehner is right, freezing the hope for cooperation as well. >> we're going to fight the president tooth and nail if he continues down this path. >> you said before this government shut down should be off the table. the government shut down is not good for the party or the country. >> our goal here is to stop the president from violating his own oath of office and violating the constitution. it's not to shut down the government. >> well, maybe that is what the president is teeing up, goating republicans into shutting the gov
FOX Business
Jan 20, 2013 8:30am EST
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 s 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 know, there are pl
FOX Business
Sep 15, 2013 1:30am EDT
. >> 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 andother 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 and daigen. up next, more young people aren't on the money w
FOX News
Feb 26, 2011 10:30am EST
workers not be entitled to representation and others are. >> if you're george pataki and you have every incentive to cut a sweetheart deal with dennis ramiro which he did-- >> the republicans, why andrew cuomo, a democrat did such deep you know what with the budget. >> charles payne, the issue here is that the unions and their rights to collectively bargain, something by way of democrats and republican governors over the years, the issue in wisconsin and how this was timed, much as in indiana the right to work issue was timed. i don't think behind this-- particularly going on. having said that, i'm wondering if the unions and democrats by extension are rolling the dice on trying to portray this as republican against the working man. is that connected? >> i don't think it's connecting although the polls say that unions should seek collective bargaining. and the side to everyone's point made here except for adam, unions they're not the middle class, they're above the middle class, they're a privileged class and they're privileged at the expense of the people beneath them. you know,
FOX Business
Jul 28, 2013 8:30am EDT
seen in a long time. if george bush was giving this speech, there would be front page stories 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 page stories in the "n york times." where are the front page stories about the inequality gap with this president? >> so, adam, the income and inequality gap, could that be the president's fault? i mean, the president is suggesting it'severyone'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 i
FOX Business
Mar 17, 2013 8:30am EDT
this case it goes away. >> when i 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 outut 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 should 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 pelosi saying don't raise the retirement age and she allings said we don't have a spending problem . i put it together. >> right. my fave rilt little, to the presint was hundred billion in new infrastructure spending that is in the bu
FOX News
Jul 27, 2013 1:00pm PDT
watching it this was among the most least substantive economic speak. if george bush gave this speech there would be front page news about what a moron it was. >> i think it was inflammatory. >> in terms of how to fix the economy, it was not a serious speech. listen, the government can't can help. under this president the rich have gotten richer. the poor have gotten poorer. the inequality gap has grown tremendously. when that happened under ronald reagan and george bush that was front page stories, where is front page stories? >> so could it be the president's faults fault? he is suggesting that it's everyone's falls but his. doesn't the buck stop at his door? >> i don't think he is saying that it's everybody's fault. he is not saying that it's anybody's fault. he stand up and says, here is what i care about. do you care about the same things as i do or do you not. the answer was everybody on the panel, no, i don't care about the same things. i don't care about inequality. the president is saying that is major concern of his and. american people. i think that is an appropriate respon
FOX News
Nov 29, 2014 7:30am PST
-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 you are already seeing,
FOX News
Apr 30, 2016 7:30am PDT
summer for democrats didn't help hubert humphr humphrey. or george wallace. but i digress. meanwhile the whole thing is rigged. and that is not donald trump. try bernie sanders wife. >> it's pretty much the establishment. >> get into the indiana action. we're covering all parts of the primary at six. test test test ♪ (ee-e-e-oh-mum-oh-weh) (hush my darling...) (don't fear my darling...) (the lion sleeps tonight.) (hush my darling...) man snoring (don't fear my darling...) (the lion sleeps tonight.) woman snoring take the roar out of snore. yet another innovation only at a sleep number store. xerox personalized employee portals help companies! make benefits simple and accessible... from anywhere. hula dancing? cliff jumping! human resources can work better. with xerox. which allergy? eees. bees? eese. trees? eese. xerox helps hospitals use electronic health records so doctors provide more personalized care. cheese? cheese! patient care can work better. with xerox. that's it. >>> live from washington. good morning. i'm leland vittert. a trail of tornados destruction. heavy rain and hail.
FOX Business
May 1, 2016 2:30am EDT
humphr humphrey. or george wallace. but i digress. meanwhile the whole thing is rigged. and that is not donald trump. try bernie sanders wife. >> it's pretty much the establishment. >> get into the indiana action. we're covering all parts of the primary at six. hmm. [cell phone beeps] hey! [police whistle blows] [horns honking] woman: hey! [bicycle bell rings] turn here. there. excuse me. uh. uh. [indistinct announcement on p.a. system] so, same time next week? well, of course. announcer: put away a few bucks. feel like a million bucks. for free tips to help you save, go to ♪ feed the pig secrets. last september a college student was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor. >>> it's donald trump alone feeling the burn. and some other stuff. >> do you think they should just do away with the super delegates. because if you look at pledge delegates it is a lot closer race. if you look at super delegate, hillary clinton is just a couple of hundred away from closing this thing. >> yeah it doesn't seem fair that super delegates can play such an outsized role. you know, we learned in a democ
FOX Business
Mar 3, 2013 1:30am EST
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 night eating a cannoli?
FOX Business
Feb 14, 2016 8:30am EST
and clinton said, they were echoing the comments of the radicals, george w. bush and barack obama. they said we have all these illegal immigrants and the prudent thing to do figure out the ones that should be sids, make them sid the ones that shouldn't be, send them home. >> so they can vote democratic. that's what this is all about. >> there have been a ton coming through central america over the last few months, they want to do those things for them. >> yes they have. >> there's got to be a point where it has to stop somewhere. it's getting out of control. the pictures of what's happening in europe right now. >> the way to stop would be to start by having comprehensive immigration reform. which we didn't let -- we didn't let president obama do. >> it's a term i hear a lot. i don't even know what it means. >> it means passing a bill. as i said. >> a bill for what? >> george w. bush had a plan in place to give the people who had a demonstrated record of being legal and having been here a long time and having families to make theme citizens, because that's how we can move on. >> mo
FOX News
May 5, 2012 10:30am EDT
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FOX News
Jun 24, 2017 7:30am PDT
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 Business
Jun 30, 2013 1:30am EDT
solicited. how come? >> they're scared to come to your door. >> there was a wonderfulbook written by george rwell about this. this is the big government collecting everything they can on it. . by wait, about its nature, big government is still tot totalitarian. >> charles is right about one thing, the -- >> which charlie? >> charles. charlie hasn't saidnything this program. thesethings are concerning, and the regulations and the rules have to be handled more carefully. when i see things like -- do you want it there or not? >> yes, want it there. there's never been, in the history of -- >> we have to participate in the insurance question, but your insurer has got to see i neil. >> d't you see where this is going? >> all i'm saying is corporations have this data, too. everybody is collecting. >> keep giving it up, keep giving it up. >> how can we be empowering one central agency >> i'll give you one reason, and that's because federal employees in 2011 owed 3.5 billion in xes. these are pt office employees owing taxes, their wages weren't garnished because the ght hand didn't talk to the left
FOX Business
Apr 23, 2017 2:30am EDT
economic 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
FOX Business
May 7, 2017 2:30am EDT
his own party. george bush junior used to have movie night wednesday when he would bring leaders from capitol hill just to sit there because -- it was easier -- neil: gone with the wind. >> easier to do a deal with someone. neil: for the agree with that. >> it has to go to the senate, they've got nothing yet. didn't they take off 11 days now? >> very little. final word here. >> how did you think about this? >> donald trump is italian. i told you that before. he has italian things, didn't go to the white house correspondents dinner and he is watching and he build that up and -- >> going with it. >> never forget. look at you. you're at the top of your game. at work or at play, you're unstoppable. nothing can throw you off track. oh hey, she's cute. nice going man. things are going great for you. you've earned a night out. good drinks, good friends. yeah, we can go ahead and call this a good night. wait, is that your car? uh oh. not smart. yeah, i saw that coming. say goodbye to her. ouch! that will hurt your bank account. you're looking at around ten grand in fines, legal fees, and incr
FOX Business
Feb 26, 2017 6:30am EST
but malloy is 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
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May 6, 2017 7:30am PDT
. george bush junior used to have movie night wednesday when he would bring leaders from capitol hill just to sit there because -- it was easier -- neil: gone with the wind. >> easier to do a deal with someone. neil: for the agree with that. >> it has to go to the senate, they've got nothing yet. didn't they take off 11 days now? >> very little. final word here. >> how did you think about this? >> donald trump is italian. i told you that before. he has italian things, didn't go to the white house correspondents dinner and he is watching and he build that up and -- >> going with it. >> never forget. >> stephen colbert crossed a line and jumped the shark at the same time just for a laugh? joe piscopo says yes and it may be donald trump is the one with the laugh after this. designed to quickly wick away moisture. to help maintain your skin's natural balance. it goes beyond triple protection from leaks, odor and moisture. so you can feel fresh and free to get as close as you want. only tena, lets you be you. ♪ looking from a fresh perspective can make all the difference. it can provide
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Mar 16, 2014 1:30am EDT
max. if george sorros would have given it, no one would have said anything. >> rick, you think of the unions that were supporting this protest. at least some of that $100 million is going to create jobs, right, for the unions? >> it probably would. again, they're afraid that the jobs won't be union. i got to disagree with lizzy on something and let me get it out before you jump on me. new york presbyterian is not there to help the poor. i've been there. i've operated in there. i've been in the emergency room. not only that they have one of the worst records in the country of charging full rate card to the uninsured and then suing them. >> i got to say when my wife was last there, her roommate was a homeless woman so they do take care of the poor and the wealthy. >>> coming up a barber shop refusing to serve pot heads. is it really about making a good business decision. ♪ [ vet 1 ] i'm a returning veteran looking for advice... [ vet 2 ] to start a career... [ vet 3 ] write a resume... [ vet 4 ] translate my skills... [ vet 5 ] and make my military experience... [ vet 6 ] a real asset
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Apr 9, 2016 7:30am PDT
is. i think with ronald reagan with george bush sr. in '88. >> couldn't agree more. i personally do not care for mr. obama to put it very mildly but obviously people like him and we're going into the election with a very, very strong economy, very, very strong, despite the nonsense trump says about it and it's going to take a unified republican party to have a chance to win this election and we've been tearing ourselves to pieces. >> if there's one thing we learned from the republican party in the last two years the establishment whether it's donald trump or ted cruz. >> in a is neil's point. >> the establishment has lost at every turn, eric cantor has lost, john boehner has lost. you cannot just throw in there some establishment guy and think you're going to unify the party. >> adam that was the fear expressed, right, among i guess between cruz and trump they've got 80% plus of the delegates. even if it's kasich, there will be hell to pay. >> agreed. where i thought you were going, neil, this bodes very well for hillary clinton, assuming that she has been nominated. >> i was saying
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Mar 31, 2012 10:30am EDT
jamie colby. we have the latest for you on the health of country music legend george jones. a publicist for jones is telling us that the 80-year-old singer is in a nashville hospital admitted thursday for a reported upper respiratory infection and expected to be released next week. and remember, he was inducted into the country music hall of fame in 1992 and honored with a grammy lifetime achievement award this year. and three confirmed winners of the mega millions jackpot, maybe not you and me, 2, 4, 23, 38, 46 and mega ball 23. officials are saying the tickets were sold in kansas, illinois, maryland. and the winners will split an estimated jackpot of 640 million dollars, five tickets sold in massachusetts came one number shy of sharing that prize. many more headlines 30 minutes away. i'm jamie colby, keep it here on fox. >> six separate budget votes this week alone, only one, only one, paul ryan passing the house. our debt hitting 15.6 trillion bucks, time for a thelma and louise moment. both sides have to join hands, make concessions and take the plunge together and recogni
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Oct 22, 2011 7:30am PDT
is political. and from president obama made 28 million dollars and don't go to george soros house, you go to people you think are registered republicans. >> they protested outside of jamie dimon's house. >> definitely not a republican. >> neil: adam and ben, your quick thoughts on that, adam, you, first. >> i don't think it's complicated at all. these people are capital lists, they like apple don't like banks. >> nobody likes banks. >> banks aren't capital m these days. >> ben? >> you know, something, adam is bringing up a brilliant point. banks do a terrible job explain what they do. banks should do what the oil and gas companies do, explain what they do. they serve useful purposes, they're not explaining at all. they're portrayed as vampires and they've got to do a better job explaining what they do. >> don't treat me like an airline. >> i would say that banks are not capitalists, one things we failed to point out. they're crony capitalism, government, and bailed out and hard to explain what you do when you're kind of not a capitalist business. >> you're again, conundrum on the
FOX Business
Oct 4, 2015 2:30am EDT
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 am
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Jul 9, 2011 10:30am EDT
remember what happened after a similar budget deal under this president. and george bush, sr. struck a deal to cut $2 in spending for over dollar tax hikes. to dagen mcdowell, ben stein, charl gasperino, adam lashinsky. dagen, what do you make of it. >> spending didn't get cut it went up and taxes, what happened, you saw the industry, be president bush did not get reelected and now the republican are promising no tax hikes and heard it over and over again. they better stick to it not just if they want to get reelected in this environment. but rook at 9.2% unemployment rate and the economy can barely create jobs and this is a country that can't handle that kind of spending going up and taxes falling. >> not only that though, charlie, even when they talk spending cuts, they're not talking spending cuts, they're talking not spending as much. >> a slowdown in the growth. >> isn't it disingenuous to begin with? >> no, i think it's a useful debate that we're having right now about the size of government that's slowing down the growth of these certain entitlements, medicare, medicaid. i think
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Aug 12, 2017 7:30am PDT
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
Apr 28, 2013 1:30am EDT
. 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 police 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 were tipped off by
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Nov 17, 2012 7:30am PST
the hell are you doing there, if your job is contingent on the weather. >> if george bush was in president when this happened and people in new york without power two weeks after the disaster, sorry, they'd be screaming to lynch him. the media has totally bailed on this and totally favoring mr. obama on this, clearly fema didn't do the job right, but okay if they stay at $300 a night hotels pennies with what we spent altogether and if they need more money, they need more money, but clearly they were not up to the job. they had quite a bit of warning about this, they didn't stock pile supplies, they didn't stock pile fooled. there is something drastically wrong-- >> why are they staying in manhattan. >> because it's the cool place to stay. >> that's what i'm saying, lower manhattan and-- the damage. >> that doesn't mean they didn't have any room. sounds like they didn't have any room at the inn kind of deal, but didn't have any room at staten island. >> and there's a borough called queens and another one called the bronx that you might be able to stay in. i guarantee there's hotel
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Feb 21, 2016 8:30am EST
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FOX Business
Sep 9, 2012 1:30am EDT
political gift that keep giving. 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
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May 8, 2016 6:30am EDT
bondholders. he can't even think of things like that. >> you know ronald reagan went to george bush, sr. because he had a long history in washington. you could even argue john kennedy chose linden johnson as an established long-term senate leader to help with that process. if that is the case, you need someone with some familiarity with this. where does he look. >> first how thrilled i am to be on your show. and whether a wonderful anchor you are, [ laughter ] -- to be surrounded think sycophants. i'm just thrilled. here is the problem. not so much that he needs to be surrounded by someone who isn't a sycophant. if you are a the john kasich ar ted cruz any of these people who -- ted cruz isn't even establishment but any of these so called establishment figures, do you really want to tie yourself to this guy who probably is not going to pull it off and then not be able to run again in four years? >> i know what you are saying and there are those saying well do i really want to join a potentially losing ticket? and -- >> not just a losing ticket. a ticket that might potentially tarnis
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Jul 13, 2013 7:30am PDT
in the george zimmerman murder trial is now deliberating for a second day. that's a live look outside the courthouse in sanford, florida. the six-member all-female jury weighing whether zimmerman murdered trayvon martin or fired a fatal bullet while fighting for his life. zimmerman of course is claiming self-defense. if he's found guilty, he faces a mand story minimum of 25 years, the charge is a felony. the max is life in prison and a $10,000 fine. in the meantime, police and civic leaders pleading for calm in sanford and indeed all over the country no matter the verdict. a county sheriff saying there is no party in this case who wants to see any violence. we will bring you the verdict as soon as it happens. i'm gregg jared. now back to cavuto on business. >>> you sign the health care law, promote it and push aside a part of the health care law. continuing fallout from the president's delaying a key provision that requires bosses to provide health coverage for their workers. ben stein, can he pick apart what parts he doesn't want to enforce? >> obviously he thinks he can, but
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Apr 19, 2010 4:30am EDT
pictures with the chinese prime minister with george bush with bill clinton and gw bush go all of the way back everybody boys. >> nobody goes around apologizing -- >> did he apologize for something? >> america is an arrogant country. his wife said america is a down right mean country in 2008. >> when the republicans are in power it's true. >> everybody know why they took the bust of winston churchill out of office? >> the first week. >> i have heard that happen but i don't know you guys are insiders. >> i don't know. >> explain the national security thing. i don't know. we are going to get hit with biochemical weapons or crippling cyber attack and no nukes. the president tells us this weekend that al qaeda is trying to get nuclear weapons but we are cutting ours in half and iran has the right to nuclear power. help me out. >> i think it's interesting that obama seems to be saying something like whisper and leave your stick at home. that doesn't make any sense to any one that i know of. you really have to be going some to be bowing to other leaders and it's one thing to pay re respect,
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Mar 8, 2010 4:30am EST
with him. they ought to say thank you george bush unthat >> who has increased a fight and made it a real fight in afghanistan. we were going nowhere in afghanistan, sean. >> sean: you are driving me nuts tonight. >> oh my gosh. >> before he was elected, his promise was to take troops out of afghanistan and iraq. because he wants to be popular. >> we are talking it all the way to number within. >> he missed it the -- number one. >> he missed it the first time. [ talking over each other ] >> sean: we have a plan like none you've ever seen. my new book march 30th, defeating obama's radical agenda. march 30th, hitting the road crisscrossing the country starting at the reagan library. we have many guests, a lot of great people will join us live on location. details of the tour are
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May 25, 2014 1:30am EDT
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 more of this stuff happeni
FOX Business
Jan 6, 2013 1:30am EST
-- >> adam, do you remember how he railed against george bush at the time promising big tax cuts and how he thought that they would be unfair and how he thought that they would be tilted in favor of the rich and how he felt that they would do squat for the economy and then many years later he's trying to rush in a deal before those very tax cuts that he ripped apart would expire. >> a couple of things. >> neil: does that not strike you as evil and despicable? >> he's not the only investor in this thing, we can assume charitybly he's trying to help his other investors. >> neil: my only regret is that keith olbermann wasn't still working there when he did this. >> i wouldn't be surprised if this deal never goes through. time warner cable dropped current after it was announced. the it looks problematic to me. >> so you do fisker and come in and do this deal, the king of green, he's all for doing everything for the environment and the company that comes in and buys his company, the biggest oil producer. qatar is the wealthiest nation on the planet, my friends accoing to forbes. >> there's no cr
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