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FOX News
Jul 23, 2011 8:00am PDT
billionaires, god bless them. >> you are a wonderful guy. but when do you let go of george bush? 50 years from now. is he still going to be sort of the darth vader. when do you let go? >> the republicans beat up on bill clinton a lot. i hardly think we are beating occupy george bush. george bush has come and gone as president. but we have to live based on what he put n and i think those tax cuts are unconscoinable. that debt doubled since this president came n >> he inherited a terrible economy. neal let me tell you. >> for six years republicans could have passed down amendmentings. >> you could passed a budget last year, congressman. democrats were totally in control. why didn't you. there is enough blame to go around. i want you to forget george bush and forget george bush and move on. i think it is an issue for you guys and you just have to move on. >> i want to move on and by moving on, there has to be shared sacrifices and not just senior citizens and working people. >> congressman.
FOX News
Feb 1, 2010 5:00am EST
gentlemen, do believe that pastor clint henry henry's group was out of line. on the phone is george willette for children's villages international. can you tell us, george, how you feel about what just happened with this group? do you lea believe they are gui of trafficking in children? >> yes, we don't have contact with this group. we just have information which was given to us through the ministry of social affairs and some information from the police. but what we have seen most information we have gotten from the children and yesterday evening these 33 children came to our villages in port-au-prince and it's one of 500 sos villages all over the world. we know how to care for children. we are giving them family based care. these children were confused hungry and thirsty. what we really know in the meanwhile it was all told yesterday we got immediately from some of the kids they do have existing parents parents. some of these children did not live in orphanages or in those refugee camps. they stayed together with parents at home. the situation how they came to us, every child has j
FOX News
Jan 16, 2010 11:00am EST
and george w. bush who arrived this morning, president bush is the first time back here since inauguration day last year. they said in a statement there is, quote, no greater rallying cry for our common humanity than to see neighbors in distress in haiti. we expect to hear from all three men any minute. also today, the president's secretary of state hillary clinton is expected to arrive on the ground in haiti later this hour. the highest u.s. official to visit since the earthquake. secretary clinton has said it's a race against time, quote, to clear roads to make sure supplies can get in. she said she wants to make sure u.s. relief efforts are, quote, moving as quickly as they can. president obama met with top staff this morning to get an update on haiti relief efforts. he also spoke with the president of haiti yesterday. the three men are walking out now. we're going to hear from president obama, p george w. bush and president clinton. haiti is very personal to president clinton. he and his wife honeymooned there in 1975. take a listen. >> good morning, everybody. in times of
FOX News
Feb 15, 2010 5:00am EST
attacks on george bush when he was waging the war on terror is comical. not if it gets obama to behave more like george bush did which he is doing by the way. one of the crazy things biden also said i hope it's not that crazy we may not be trying khalid shaikh mohammed we are going to keep him in guantanamo. he keeps starting to do what he thinks advisors encourage him to do which is treat this like a criminal defense like martha stewart with insider trading charge. he goes right back to what bush is doing. >> fox news analyst joe tripin is at the nation's capital. is this fair play on vice president cheney's part or do you think joe biden is giving him a slap down here? >> you can count on dick cheney to take bipartisanship to a new definition. it's out of hand. he really crossed the line. i think the obama administration finally figured away to talk back to him. it didn't work to ignore him and didn't work to have the president slap him down. it lowered the president. i think biden really put him in his place, frankly. i think he got the better of dick cheney. >> i wonder what
FOX Business
Jan 1, 2017 3:00am EST
states, it wasn't george bush who signed that. it wasn't -- it won't be donald trump. it was barack obama who signed a legislation to protect israel. >> guys, sabrina, i heard you wanting to get in but before i let you go, it's notust u.s. people who are suggesting that this administration's anti-israel. the uk, the prime minister of the uk, theresa may said that she doesn't believe that it's appropriate to attack the composition of the democratically elected government of an ally, so it's not just folks here saying that. >> yeah. i'm sure that they're concerned about being attacked as well. look, i think that this is one of those instances where we can say that words matter and we've been saying that a lot about the president-elect trump, but this is exactly the same thing for john kerry. he used words like radical extremists when talking about our major allies and a country that is surrounded by actual terrorists, actual extremists. we need to be careful on both sides of the political aisle about how we speak about foreign and domestic affairs. >> bill, it's obviously trump admini
FOX News
Jan 4, 2010 5:00am EST
fell from truman through jimmy carter and rose under ronald reagan and the first george bush and the second george bush it kroez agarose ag government -- >> you got it, he grew government, hold on, hold on -- >> it different pay -- >> increased when tax rates were cut under reagan and revenues, amount of money that came in, increased -- >> but david. >> hold on, victoria. go ahead, vickie. >> go ahead, vickie. >> increases in capital gains tax typically lead to lower revenues of capital gains. so you don't see the increase that you want because that -- those investment dollars go elsewhere. so these tax hikes -- >> but vick it increases at the level george bush was okay with, in 2001. >> quentin you complain about other people overtalk and you do it all the time. >> there we go, quiet. go ahead. >> and we take -- back to the '90s level and that was the decade of capital gains and the decade we had, nothing and capital gains and your s&p 500 index, nothing. so the '90s was higher capital gains, taxes had higher capital gains. >> goodness, we writing of history, soviet style and under
FOX News
Jan 21, 2012 8:00am PST
george bush senior endorsing romney . jeb bush all but endorsing mitt romney . last president bush thinks highly of mitt romney . john sonunu. campaigning aggressively for mitt romney. is there a split? >> there is always been a split. it is the rockefeller side of the republican party and reagan conservative side of the republican party. >> your dad chose that side on his ticket. >> and he chose that side for second place on his ticket and not first place on his ticket. you might remember that. >> even though his second place guy became the first place guy. >> absolutely right. but the guy who became the first place guy, and i love george w. bush and george bush. and he wanted to make his pregnancy his own and he got rid of the reaganites when he became president of the united states. i choose newt gingrich it made me uncomfortable watching the debate for mitt romney who has been running the office for five years. i want someone who goes in the election to know the answers and not have to search for a answer. the whole tax issue, the fact that he still doesn't have an answer for t
FOX Business
Oct 4, 2015 7:00am EDT
. they haven't backed a 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 teamsters go with a republican? >> they could. the teamsters understand the key to getting the economy going is getting the government off the back of the american people. the last two presidents that did it, ronald reagan and bill clinton, gave us strong economic growth. the teamsters want the keystone pipeline built. they don't like the cadillac tax and obamacare. they are on to something here. >> the teamsters have supported republicans before. richard nixon, ronald reagan. twice they endorsed him. george h. bush was the last time back in 1988. they didn't endorse anybody in 1996. they may do that. they want jobs, bruce. >> i think the likelihood of endorsing them. we have a long way to go here. generally clinton, biden or whoever would support more labor causes. on the issue of the cadillac tax, it was designed to cur
FOX Business
Jun 26, 2016 3:00am EDT
build anything. >> first used by general george patton in sicily and weighed a ton and floated in just 18 inches of water carrying up to 20 times its weight, it would serve faithfully again 1,000 miles away in france. >> eisenhower's decide, we're going into normendy. there's no real port facilities there. who comes up with the idea for the floating piers. >> the british idea came up with the idea of the mulberry. >> operation mulberry was the code name of the construction of two artificial harbors, essential for landing troops and supplies to break through hitler's defenses. rumor has it the prime minister winston churchill devised a mulberry plan while playing with miniature models in his ship's bath tube on his way to the quebec conference. found himself in this closed-door meeting in london when suddenly -- >> in come mr. winston churchill and he had his hat on and his cigar and said, gentlemen, we want you to know that we thought the seabees would be the best people to build and erect this portable harbor. >> the plan called for two harbors. mulberry a for the american landin
FOX News
Dec 25, 2010 11:00am EST
george w. bush. members of congress like mike pence who is considering a run for president say conservatives need to stick to the conservative values and not increase spending. there was no much spending under the former president that it frustrated republicans who turned to the tea party in 2010. there will be a mixing of the tea party and republicans but with a focus of staying true to conservative a values of now increasing spending. >> the lock box and the possibility of tracking savings of what isn't spent. we talk more about that in this hour. in terms of the etea party, how are the candidates courting them specifically? are they trying to drum up support though they haven't declared? >> exactly. >> exactly. if we go to mitt romney who was opposed to the tax package that just began, the $858 billion package of tax cuts and to keep the george w. bush tax cuts in place. you look at mitt romney and newt gingrich and the other members that have taken a hard stomp on those things that wouldn't have taken the position before the tea party came along, because the tea party movem
FOX News
Mar 3, 2012 11:00am EST
. and so you know, we saw it, mike is right. we saw it with george w. with gas at 2.93 and same story under clinton when he did and george h. w when he did it. democrats even admit it there is not a supply issue it is fear and iran and strait of hormuz. >> it didn't work in the past according to emac and will not work now. >> set aside a fuel guide. and that is for if we go to war. oil, released oh, that is a bad idea and only politicians would think of it. last week, demand for gasoline was down sevenpercent from a year ago. reducing demand is higher prices. number two, you need prices to be high yer that will get us to pull back. >> morgan? >> no, it is short-sight short term. we saw this last year when oil was released in the market. prices came down two weeks and went back up to over the prices they were at before the announcement came. it is a short-term aid. >> it sounds great. it sounds like flip a switch and suddenly oil prices come down. is that true? >> no, it is a waste of time. oil is expense and i have the dollar is cheap. but sell ever barrel because it serves no p
FOX Business
Jul 20, 2014 9:00am EDT
diplomacy ion is terrible at that every president has used. the first george bush was good at back channel diplomacy. the grown ups have left the room and now we're left with amateurs in this administration. you can't blame it on trade. i want to go back to the contest that we haven't had a world war since the 1940s. we are doing generally better. we're in a bad patch. >> david, as you pointed out already, the russian sanctions are demonstratively toothless. 11 of them are owned by one man in russia. i say do sanctions on the entire banking and energy sector in russia, they live off of oil and gas. hit that, hit that hard, shut that down. it will hurt our interest. and that's an issue. but you know what? if you do that, then russia will sit up and take notice. >> the fact is i know the europeans wouldn't like it if we did it but screw the europeans. >> you can't say that. >> i can say it. i just did. >> look, first of all, let's be careful about one thing. i think drawing some connection between the announcement of more sanctions on one day and the plane crashing the next day, you
FOX Business
Sep 13, 2015 7:00am EDT
. george washington was called a treacherous hypocrite. they were courageous. they were brave. they didn't back down. they stood up for what was right. >> the lack of civility is tremendously concerning now. i don't knowing there's ever been a golden age of political stability. there's plenty of hostility in congress, and all sorts of things. the reality is that we do need people to get along. this is not a one-party town. i don't think we want that bipartisanship that you are upset about, but i think we need to be able to come together on important issues. >> i'm so glad sabrina brought up caning in congress because i want to do a whole segment on that at some point. what about the issue of competence? let's be specific here. donald trump, for example, calls out carly fiorina and said she was incompetent when she was heading hewlett-packard and that the stock value went down about 50% during her tenure. then it went up after she left, which is true, by the way. what about that charge? >> well, look, board member tom perkins wrote a letter in carly's defense, so, you know, and he wa
FOX News
Jun 30, 2012 8:00am PDT
continued from george w. and to george w. bush. they have gone overseas. >> rick, the president can't point his finger to mitt romney when these companies received our tax dollars and thanks to president obama moving jobs out of the country. >> president obama doesn't sit on the board of directors. and mitt romney was. >> he sits on for the general taxpayer. >> and the difference is general motors saved an entire industry while mitt romney shut down factories and sent those jobs outside of the country. that's a critical difference. >> victoria, it is worse. if they send jobs over seas. but if it is my tax dollars that ticks me off. >> if it is your tax dollars and told by the politicians and especially in obama case in the green industry that we are creating jobs and yet giving taxpayer dollars to companis and they are creating jobs, but not in the united states. there is nothing wrong on the surface but it is it taxpayer. >> how many did the autobail out save? >> and morgan. all of the bailouts were sold to us as being necessary to create more american jobs and the tax dollars went o
FOX News
Apr 11, 2015 8:00am PDT
kissinger jnd george schulz article in "the wall street journal." this is the first time in modern american history we have seen two former secretaries of state come out in opposition to something like this. this is a sign it's bad for america, a bad deal. and i think we should be cautious not to turn it into sort of a neocon versus, you know, or a republican versus democrat kind of debate. >> yeah. you don't want to get in the weeds. thank you for referencing. it was henry kissinger and george schulz. rich, one of the things they talked about in that article was the fact this so-called snapback of the sanctions, if, in fact, the iranians cheat which is practically inevident fbl they cheat, but the administration claims they could snap back the sanctions. henry kissinger says once you get rid of the sanctions it's going to be almost impossible to get them back again even if they do cheat. >> sure. well, henry kissinger is summoning 50 years of negotiating experience, and that's why he's to be believed on this issue. but i just fear when you look at what the liberal press is saying
FOX Business
Jan 15, 2017 3:00am EST
? >> not necessarily. david, i wouldn't like to see george soros' face up there and he's one of the richest in the world. >> not all rich people make the right decision? >> exactly. i'm more interested in people who believe in the principles of the constitution and favor individual liberty. beyond that, they've been successful in business, it could be a plus. one of the things i like about his top cabinet picks, he's much more heavily tilted towards people with business experience who had an also not been in government, but we've had for the past eight years is exactly the opsite. >> rich, we're a freearket system and generally speaking, people do the right things to become rich, right? >> yeah, that's why i support what he's doing. look, investment creates prosperity, prosperity creates wealth, wealth creates more investment, and the cycle repeats and that's how you get from 2% growth which we've had the past eight years to 3 or 4% growth and that's what the country really needs right now. >> and sabrina, i don't think we ever need people who think of public service as a quick and
FOX News
May 12, 2012 8:00am PDT
soviet arguing history. the economy slowed down when he put tax increase and not enough to help george bush. and company started to roar . clinton put the tax increases in and we go in a recession nearly. he slowed the recovery down and 95 and 96 it got back on track again. >> emac. i know people dump on bush. but job rates grew under bush. >> that's true. and absolutely, david. and going back to clinton. the '93 tax hike it brought in only a third of what they expected it to be. and the cuts in capitol gains and death tax. i don't want our tax money and warren buffet or george soris money wasted and middle income people who have capitol gains's money wasted either. >> bill clinton did two things. he advocated a strong dollar policy and big on free trade a big support of nasa and that lowered pric and acted as a tax cut. >> and rich, let's focus the jobs. out in silicon valley. how would that directly affect job growth? are there a lot of start ups in silicon valley that depend on the tax rates being low? >> well, you know, you want risk capitol. risk capitol is how you get everything
FOX Business
Dec 29, 2013 2:00am EST
we have anymore of an imperial presidency now than we did under george herbert walker bush or ronald regan. presidents issue orders. it is an ability. it is a checked power. it is something given to them by the constitution. and coming is doing nothing. we have a do nothing congress that is stalemated and can't even agree on a budget. >> congress is doing a lot. they arepreventing e over reach of big government. right? that is significant i think. >> i hear your point, and by the way the senate did enact a budget. we were like belgium going without a budget for years. the question is and it is a good one you raise, they are extraordinary actions that are becoming ordinary. they should not be ordinary. jonathon turley the historian recently said this president is behaving worse than other presidents. yes george w bush did a lot of signing statements, but president obama dark dark. >> worse in what way? >> enacting this pile of rules and rgulations. >> we went through the list before. go ahead, sabrina. >> one of the real problems is that you don't have any means for debate when you ha
FOX News
Dec 3, 2011 8:00am PST
amendment and get the percentage of federal pending down below 20 percent and clinton and george bush in the first term. >> victoria, what we have to do to aim for the kind of government before president obama which was big as it was. line item veto, fundmental question. why is the national budget going to piddly projects. they are locall initiatives that should be getting local funding. >> she got the first and last word. >> and one of the oldest airlines thanking big labor for going bankism -- bankrupt. >> states are hiking the minimum wage. but eliminating the men mum wage maximize pay? since i was a kid. [ man #2 ] i always wondered how did an airplane get in the air. at ge aviation, we build jet engines. we lift people up off the ground to thousand feet. thesengines are built by hand with very precise assembly techniques. [ man #3 ] it's gonna fly people around the world. safely and better than it's ever done before. it would be a real treat to hear this monsterire up. [ woman ] i think a lot of people, when they look at a jet engine, they see a big hunk of metal. but when i look
FOX Business
Feb 26, 2017 3:00am EST
learn to do. david: some people say there's irony because trump himself an entertainer and george clooney mentioned that. >> he's an entertainer and he is i think he's trying to entertain us in the hollywood. hollywood has been political. jane fonda and hanoi jane. and trump voters half the population and half is hollywood. david: and rich, you're closer to hollywood than any one of us. >> i think there's false outrage here and i think it's poisoning the culture. i don't agree with tom hank's politics or lebron james or steph curry's in basketball. am i supposed to boycott basketball and movies because of this, absurd. david: and marlon brando got an academy award he didn't accept he sent an indian activist for, i believe for the godfather. the godfather became a popular movie at the box office, one of the best of all time. >> maybe, but i don't want to be lectured to and why do we have to look at people mimic for a living. david: and we will come away with the winners, but our this is the silverado special edition. this is one gorgeous truck. oh, did i say there's only one specia
FOX Business
Mar 17, 2013 2:00am EDT
. >> george orwell is probably spinning in his grave at the abuse of language. are i agree with john and i lost a lot of nope, my boy paul ryan. he and the republicans should unite behind a single word. freeze. just freeze the budget. don't get into the debates about minutia which only reconcile up people like mark. freeze the darn thing. a real freeze. let the percent of federal spending go down to 18% or 19% as a percentage of gdp and we will boon. >> i don't know if mark is the only one reconciled by this. i suspect rick is a little reconciled at this as well. what do you think, rick? >> it is not about the how much or how little. it is the what he is doing. i will read you one sentence that tells you everything you need to know about the budget. one short sentence on page 56 of the ryan budget that reads this budget proposes to reduce the federal auto flat th fleety 20% eastbound including the department of defense. okay to cut cars across the federal budget but can't cut 20% of the automobiles sitting outside the pentagon. that is the falsity of the budget. if you want to cut, fine, d
FOX Business
Sep 1, 2013 9:00am EDT
times larger than it was under george w. bush and 18 times larmer than it was under president clinton. i don't support going to syria in a military invasion but we need to have the financial and political tackle foreign entanglement, and drowning under the tsunami of debt doesn't allow to us protect ourselves. >> david: one angle of this is iran supports assad. he supports the guy we're going after in this battle. iran hasser i has terrorists tot costly for us with political and financial capital. >> that wouldn't change my view. conservatives have to get real. if they're for a smaller government they can't have military force defending some of the richest countries in the world. if we disli healthcare here we have to not support military care for other countries. >> we have to provide umbrella. if we withdraw from the worlds the countries will defend themselves and that's a volatile world. i don't want japan to have nuclear arms. europe today war is inconceivable there. >> this is a region that takes years or decades if not centuries to build democracy. they have a version of their ligi
FOX Business
Apr 19, 2015 3:00am EDT
republicans who, let's not forget george bush was the biggest spender as a president we ever had until president obama. >> that's true. >> all of the presidents, except ronald reagan during my lifetime, if you look at government spending have been crony capitalists. nixon was, ford was. so we need a reagan-like candidate who can spell out a clear, con size agenda, because this president has given us the worst economic recovery we've had since the 30s. unless we elect somebody like reagan continuing down this path. >> we're fair and balanced here. we go after republicans as well as democrats. go ahead. >> the first thing ronald reagan did when he left office was sign up and give paid speeches in japan. so let's not turn that into something it's not. i think the difference between hillary clinton and mitt romney and the reason why it's not going to be easy for somebody in the republican party to try to turn her into mitt romney is the policy she is supporting are not ones that people are going to say they're just benefiting people that make a lot of money. everyone that runs for presiden
FOX Business
Jul 5, 2015 7:00am EDT
we do need reformed social security. the problem is it's kind of a political nonstarter. george bush tried to do this in 2006. he got shut down. i agree we need to make sure that it's viable for the future and we have worker to right retiree ratio that's worse. we need something. >> bruce, this is political poison. who is right on social security? >> he would say more huckabee than christie but i would say that christie did have the simpson-bowls whered to raise the retirement age to 68 and 69. that was an idea that didn't go. >> we should make our promises hole to those who want it and allow younger people to opt out. >> bill you know social security really isn't a savings program. it's a spending program for congress. >> confiscating the benefits of those that don't need it because they saved on the side. that's a bad idea. we should not be taxing throughingel people and handing the proceeds to spend thrifts. >> i think they're both being dishonest. let's look at the reality here elizabeth. there has never been nor is there now cash in a social security trust fund. it's a book
FOX News
Mar 26, 2016 8:00am PDT
here. i know even in one of the few complete sentences that george w. bush had in his presidency we're not at war with islam, we're at a war against evil. we need to tone the rhetoric down a little bit. >> we don't havei-k(l to ábuqááy we can see what political correctness leads to in terms of codify by law when we look at what's happening in europe. they allow the terrorists to get away. >> brussels, the capital basically, as steve pointed out, they can't do searches between 9:00 at night and 5:00 in the morning unless the occupants give permission. >> in fairness, they're trying to change it. but the bureaucracy is so thick they're having trouble changing it. >> investigations and, you know, they can'tw1 tap the phones of extremists. listen, i get it. this is about islamic radical terrorists. not islam. not a fight against islam. it's about these terrorists. because of this pc thinking. this whole thing that we're not supposed to offend people. it was that emotional blackmail and we're not supposed to try to stop it. >> john, what do you think about this? >> it's not to say it, bu
FOX Business
Aug 7, 2016 7:00am EDT
did under george bush? >> yes, of course. >> steve? >> i'm steve not you, bruce. but in terms of credibility among international leaders, they hold obama and her in contempt. libya. red line in the sand. failure. you look everywhere around there. failure. so if you think that's credibility, all she did is run up frequent miles. >> and it's her experience which a lot of people put in doubt as steve just did kbard to what donald trump is promising. he has experienced in the private sector. but he doesn't have any in public. so which do you choose? which do the voters shoes? >> that's so frustrating for the voters. you know, when it's going on with donald trump from pillar to post from headline to headline and the statements he makes is masking what could have been the big headline. en that shilry clinton saying that james comey saying i told the truth. that is flat out not true. that is the media headlines this week if we didn't have these things that they're getting into. >> with trump, it's a lot of he said, he said, she said. with hillary clinton, it's actual experience. we can
FOX Business
Feb 1, 2015 3:00am EST
you have to challenge them. you know, george or we will the author said words corrupt thoughts religious believes are choices. these individuals are choosing tok this way it's not jihadi thought it's blas testimoniy laws that kill a lot of christians. >> john you understand that ideas matter words matter they do make a differentials. as i mentioned before world war ii and other times a person's religious faith does come into play when you're deciding war strategy. >> yes words and ideas matter and i would love to see more outage from muslims and i think it's offensive that there's not more of it, but i'm also aware of the fact that politicians are so prone to mistakes that cost us in in terms of lives. if there's going to be maybe more carefulness on the part of washington or the administration i sometimes like that because of their ability to err in ways at that cause a lot of blood to spill. >> got to be ot last word on it. last week we exposed the cost of administration's college savings tax plan. then they scrapped it. now we expose crazy spending on lavish government offic
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May 28, 2016 8:00am PDT
fleet week activities when it crashed about two miles from the george washington bridge. officials say the plane was having engine trouble shortly before the crash. >>> 150 of the world's top doctors are urging the summer olympics in rio de janeiro be postponed or moved because of the zika outbreak. the doctors are voicing their concerns in a letter to the world health organization saying they're concerned about the spread of the virus. brazil is seeing a large outbroke, which the w.h.o. is calling a health emergency. thanks for watching. now back to forbes on fox. >> told us they had been to our bank and seized all the money in our bank account, which left us with nothing. the bills that needed to be paid. teenagers who hadn't cashed their checks yet. >> innocent business owners testifying how the irs seized their bank assets because they fought they were making deposits and withdrawals to a vague government reporting wrirmts. they're not alone. their attorney claiming the agency confiscated $43 million from innocent small business owners from 2007 and 2013. and steve says that th
FOX Business
Jul 13, 2014 2:00am EDT
near the george washington bridge in new york city. both of these involved recreational drones which the federal government allows for now, while it continues to ban drones for commercial use. but rich, you say the government has this one backwards. explain. >> entirely backwards. look, a company like amazon is contemplating using drones to do individual delivery of packages to houses. i would trust amazon because amazon has deep pockets, therefore they have to train drone operators and operate with strict standards or else get their rear sued off if they screw up, whereas joe the drunk flying through a fourth of july fireworks celebration is a real risk. >> a risk for airplanes, i mean, i know there's a limitation, you can't fly it near airports, but i tell you, it is scary. also you could be at the beach and some guy is flying a drone over your beach blanket. >> i saw that happen, it was a private beach, and this guy was going in, hovering over a bunch of women, which was creepy. i agree with the justification for commercial drones. but i just don't see how we could ban personal dr
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May 14, 2016 8:00am PDT
can change that? plus -- conservative actor scott baio telling liberal george clooney saying a president donald trump would be bad for america. see you, 11:30. >> thank you very much. >>> talk about a slap in the face, a conservative facebook accused of suppressing conserve stiv fores from its trending news. that's a trend that's about to stop. >>> the question is, can we unify around or common principles? >>> facing off about facebook. accusing facebook of kre booboo conservative news. can you ♪ you're not gonna watch it! ♪ ♪ no, you're not gonna watch it! ♪ ♪ we can't let you download on the goooooo! ♪ ♪ you'll just have to miss it! ♪ yeah, you'll just have to miss it! ♪ ♪ we can't let you download... uh, no thanks. i have x1 from xfinity so... don't fall for directv. xfinity lets you download your shows from anywhere. i used to like that song. >>> fakesbook is likely not getting many likes on this one. saying it suppresses conservative news pushing liberal stories in its trending section, and the guardian reported it has leaked facebook documents proving
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Jan 7, 2012 8:00am PST
shocked by the 150 earmarks and 20 years later, george w. bush signs a highway bill with thousand earmarks in it. it is a matter of the scale and remember this is as lizzie said. this is like the broken window theory. allow the window to be broke yen don't fix it and lose the neighborhood to crime. they use earmark to grease the way to big government . they bribe you with them. >> how are we going to start cutting spending if it doesn't start with earmarkings? >> it is not the earmarks. but the truth is, it is shifting the budget around. no matter what you do to put an end to it, which supposedly they have done. congress will go around and appeal to the agencies and getting the agencies to earmark the money that they would have done on their own . that's what they are doing now. it is not something to expect to see changed. >> here is the deal. wed two hundred years without earmarks and when you appropriate money for bike pass to no wear that sucks money out of the transportation department. that's why our bridges and roads are in disappear. >> i am not sure we existed two hundred
FOX News
May 19, 2012 11:00am EDT
adding new yobs. we can do this as a country. first george bush talked about the thousand points of light. this is what we need and not more taxes. >> i hear what rich is saying getting the people who create jobs and attack vilified by the white house. he could make a rainbow sound defeatist. and it is sort of like time and again in the periods of the united states. and the united states with amnezia. but the problem is economic policiless are so bad and overtaxation and over regulation and hyper invasion. >> vicki? >> i have a radical idea here. long-term unemployed are people in the 50s and ten to be older. if we increased the age that you become eligible for social security. we would see a rise in . employment levels in older people. because of the social security age that older people are retiring and not good workers. it is disadvantaging the workers and that's why they are in the unemployment numbers. >> the key question is whether the unemployment is a safety net. we all agree it is a crush and becomes hard for people to get rid of it. >> over time it does end up hurting you
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Nov 12, 2011 11:00am EST
stand here? >> where i stand is the president has added one trillion per year of deficit over george w. bush who was considered the deficit king and now he's talking about cutting one billion. that is 1-1000th of what he added. when you start with energy czar steven chu said no need for fassil fuels in five-10 years, you are way out in the deep weedsment >> this happened before with the president. instead of making real cuts. he used the scalpel instead of the axe. >> it is like putting symbol over substance. it is like drinking diet soda after eating five apple pies. it is still obesity. >> any slack at all. goodness knows he didn't stop the swag. >> he's still backing the department of the energy loan as creating jobs. the problem is, washington attacks oil and financial speculators. how is that taking a hair cut in the department of energy. and a pay cut if they give out taxpayer money. >>> and what do you think of that idea, rick. >> why is it in, investing in clean and green technology is bad. >> i am not saying that. >> we make invest wants to oil companies is good? >> any invest
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Sep 25, 2010 11:00am EDT
seeing what is going on in washington! >> steve, chime in. >> no more anti-business than george bush was against winning the iraq war. he voted for the biggest bail-out ever of wall street. he pushes through the economic stimulus. all that said, it's fair to judge him on the record. he hasn't produced results. wall street bail-out only helped the wall street banker bankers. [ overtalk ] >> you are making a good point about the bail-out. look at details. pay czar, training the competitors of -- calling them speculators. in the commencement speech in spring, he said you want a fancy enough car and title, corporate offers through the competition, you know, better thing to do is work for a non-profit. >> if wall street was going to fail, stephane, america was going to fail. we were in a period of crisis and the stimulus that you mentioned is all government spending. it wasn't freeing the private sector. i hasn't worked. >> last word to neil. >> fair criticism. >> he doesn't get it with the economy. he wants to allow people going in public service, bureaucrats, to pay it back because it's
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Nov 26, 2016 8:00am PST
fire chiefs and donald trump is not going to be ronald reagan. what he's doing is george w. bush 2001 and it failed then and it's going to fail now. >> on the other hand, joseph p. kennedy who was known as advantage of all kinds of things in the stock market. he came down and really regulated that market. >> yeah. i think an arsonist or a crook is a pretty good one to hire. if i want to solve my security computer security problems, i'll hire a hacker provided they've gone to the right side. i think trump has to bring into his tax cutting coalition these nine red state senators who are up for reelection in 2018 and flip some to republicans or get them to broader co growth coalition. >> is it conceivable that trump could get a coalition of a few democrats with a republican majority. >> i think the market reaction to his election says it's conceivable. i don't think anyone expected he would have control of the house and senate so it's possible to get a good tax cut here. whether it's simplification, i think we're dreaming. lobbyists are the effect of a tax code and the government that's
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Apr 13, 2013 8:00am PDT
a year and a half. >> and reagan's worked it took 15 years and george w policy work? >> no, if we use the same logic that the conservatives are applying to mrs. thatcher and will not give to president obama. >> we have to leave it there. marget thatcher is coming up on the next block. america is celebrating equal pay days for women this week. but did margaret thatcher show us why merit pay would put more money in women's pockets? charles schwab, we've committed to setting the bar high by going low. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 like offering schwab etfs tdd# 1-800-345-2550 with the lowest operating expenses tdd# 1-800-345-2550 in their respective lipper categories -- tdd# 1-800-345-2550 lower than ishares tdd# 1-800-345-2550 and vanguard. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 and with all our etfs commission-free tdd# 1-800-345-2550 when traded online in a schwab account, tdd# 1-800-345-2550 it leaves our investors with more money to invest. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 something they've come to count on with us. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 so as investors continue to set their portfolio goals high, tdd# 1-800-345-2550 we he
FOX Business
May 22, 2016 12:00am EDT
cash dividends. >> you also like gold. why barrett gold? >> george soros bought it, i'll piggyback on him. >> gold came way back this week. be careful. thanks for watching. keep it right here. the number one business network continues with eric bolling. >>> a traveler's nightmare right before the busy summer season with the investigation intensifying into egyptair flight 804, tsa security lines are expected to be longer. the agency is hitting congress up for more money. does the government agency really need more of our tax dollars or is it time for a free market fix? welcome to "cashin' in." ed with welcome, everybody. rick, do you think we need to give the tsa more cash to fix this mess or what about a private solution? >> tsa has an enormous
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Jun 20, 2015 8:00am PDT
it. >> yeah. well it's the kind of thing that george orwell wrote about when you manipulate language to corps, you know cover your true intentions. steve put his finger on it exactly. this recovery outside of a few places like silicon valley and the oil patch has been lackluster. the foundation shows remarkably that fewer people are starting businesses today, and that's because aunt parenures are really burdened by complex taxes and complex regulations. if you want to make the economy boom and pay for the kinds of things that hillary are talking about, then you know lighten the load on people who would start new businesses. >> hence, steve, i'm going to take a page from john. who would you rather have holding on to that capital and using it and spending it? the government or people in the private sector who seem to know a lot more about investment than people in the public sector? >> well one thing in the private sector you're responsible for those resources. you're held accountable for them. if you muck it up you're out of a job. you don't get those projects anymore. ronald reagan w
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Dec 28, 2009 5:00am EST
believe in santa claus, but i got to give up on certain other norroms. after eight years of george burks it's pretty clear that tax cuts for the rich in themselves are not enough. you know, the rich are not some miracle engine who create growth. we had a stock market that did nothing over 10 years. we've got an economy in the tank we'lling paying for for a decade. let's get real. it sent enough in itself. >> victoria bare set with us. and i want to return to the basic question, healthcare payroll sacks at that jobs killer, yes or no? victoria? >> it is, and i'm going tie it to what quinton said. you know, a family in silicon valley, let's say they're both engineers, they canning making over $250,000. they'll get hit by this tax, and they do not feel rich in silicon valley. and if you talk to venture capitalists in silicon valley, they now consider jobs outside of california, because our tax rate is so high, combined with the federal system. silicon valley is losing technology jobs in part because of taxes, and this is going to happen nationwide, because what you know? this is a global jo
FOX Business
Dec 25, 2016 3:00am EST
george bush administration knows but doesn't really talk about the fact that saudi arabia and qatar, their governments are financing these sunni rebels which eventually flows into the terrorists. why do they do that? because it's a promise that the sunni rebels won't overthrow these governments. but it comes back to hurt us. so i think that trump, being master negotiator, has to negotiate with saudi arabia and qatar and use our leverage that we're now entering this cheap energy boom that, hey, we don't need you. we're going to put the thumb on you guys now. >> we'll talk about draining the swamps. there's an example. we'll talk about the swamp in washington, mike osanian. here's the house report. god bless them, i'm sure they mean well, but the specific advice that steve and rich just gave isn't in this report. it looks frankly like a united nations report. >> dave, unless there's something in there that talks about taking control of the caliphate, then it's not going to be effective at all. that's why, no matter what you do in terms of trying to cut off their finances, unless you h
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May 26, 2012 8:00am PDT
george mcgovern got into business. and his business went oust business as a result of too much regulation. if he knew what businesses went through he would not have passed the legislation he did. >> i gree with you. there is so many double standards and top democrats including bill clinton and al gore and john edwards and dashle daschle went to work with private record companies. he has blown out the government balance sheet to equal the sign of germany and south korea. it is first solar and beak an energy . all sorts of green energy companies that failed. he has done that with taxpayer money. >> you wonder why he opened up himself to criticism. what about the president, not just the president but a lot of questions about whether that stimulus program paid off in terps of jobs . >> yeah, but let me point something out here. conversation is proving my point. you are talking about what president obama did wrong and how successful bain is which they are. you are not able to tell us why being the ceo of bain capitol qualifies him to be president. and you can't tell us that. >> why
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Feb 1, 2014 8:00am PST
the economy more than $100 million a year, six times as many as george w. bush. so he's crushing the economy with new regulations and has cost the economy 2 million a year. >> well, rick, talk is cheap but regulations are expensive. it's close to 2 trillion. we have a 1.8 trillion. however you cut it, it costs a lot of money, all of these regs. >> we broaden out these definitions and people can be pretty badly mislead. if folks go over to regulation.gov and you look at what has happened so far this year, you discover these are not new regulations that were passed. they are notices of potential changes. they are sending them out for comment. >> rick, hold on a second. i'm sorry, i've got to interrupt because it's not quite true what you are saying. there are 141 regulations in the first three days of the administration. 119 of those were so-called rule making. that is completely new rules and regs. >> they were rule-making regulations but they weren't ones that were passed as of yet. they have gone out for notice and comment. it's not like in the first three days of the year we sudden
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