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FOX Business
Jun 27, 2013 9:00pm EDT
quote brother has done a lot greedier than george orwell thought it would never get. >> when you call grandma in nebraska the nsa knows. john: the president says you have nothing to worry about. >> nobody is listening to your
FOX Business
Feb 6, 2016 9:00pm EST
george. >> george was known for taking naturally felt would -- wood to create works for that specific piece of wood. jamie: george's story oddly parallels bennett's. board in washington state eagerness and architecture degree from m.i.t.. 1942 just as then it is being inducted into the army george and his wife and young daughter to her with 110,000 japanese americans forcibly relocated in the japanese camp. he meets a master woodworker who crafts him to have beautiful furniture with japanese hand tools. after the war george bell's a workshop in pennsylvania where he uses the century old techniques to create modern masterpieces. every tree has its destiny. >> a loving the wood to speak for itself by trying to repeal the beauty in the wooded area and part of that is as beautiful natural edge which is characteristic of the work. jamie: to better understand that modernism i turned to a contemporary craftsmen deeply influenced by george. >> of a but to help you make the table. >> to get started takes a chisel and very light little taps. jamie: i know what it means to give a tree a second l
FOX News
Feb 20, 2012 12:00am EST
george h.w.bush, the man and his mission. >> i don't think you'll ever find a more thoughtful or considerate person than george president. >> president bush is probably most complete person i've ever met. he left in history... and he is smart. he is humble. >> he is active in the un. >> he's funny. he's spontaneous. >> he was director of central intelligence. >> i remember we first started a campaign for president in 1979. he had this speech he would give about the obligation and promises and rewards. he would say my father a sense of public service. >> i would say people don't understand what that means. average voter isn't going to get it vice president for eight years, then president as the united states, george bush's mission was to make sure everyone got it we have work to do. there are homeless, lost, roaming. we need community service to help everyone as a gift to give. everyone of us has a special talent this, is the genius of america. ordinary americans doing extraordinary things. >> george bush has always lived live to the fullest with a restless energy came to contain
FOX News
Jul 14, 2013 10:00pm PDT
trayvon martin. protesting the acquittal last night of george zimmerman. you can see that right there on the screen. hello and welcome to a special edition of "justice." i am judge jeanine pirro. thank you for being with us tonight. in a few minutes we will hear from robert zimmerman the brother of george zimmerman with his reaction to his brother's not guilty varied. tonight in the wake of this verdict many are having should charges even have been brought in this case in the first place? is the police chief and torn no longer in those positions make correct call in not filing charges? does the special prosecuteor appointed by the governor file charges because of political pressure? i have sid this before, the process overwhelming, the consequences dire. this is a decision to engage and put into motion the criminal justice system. the decision to charge someone of the crime the decision to put everything about the accused at risk, his reputation, his livelihood, his family and his civil liberties. the one who makes this decision, the one who carries the ultimate power the district att
FOX News
Jul 4, 2011 1:00am EDT
grandpa george anthony. >> there is a pattern there that each member of the family testified to. except george again had a little amnesia. >> the defense sets it's sights squarely on george anthony. >> why did george anthony never tell police about the way they buried their pets. three years go by and there's no mention of it. there's a chance to save his daughter's life. >> attorney baez links george to the duct tape. >> lying. here is the photographs. august 1st, 20008 the duct tape is on there. when he is asked by -- when he is sparring with mr. ashton it's not out there. cops must have planted it. why is he lying about that duct tape? why? i kns. he knows he's the only one connected to the duct tape. the only connection. the only direct link that caylee to her remains is this duct tape. yes you have other items. the only one it is ultimately connect to do is george. if it is their murder weapon as they claim they can't hide behind the duct tape. it only connects to him. i submit to you ladies and gentlemen that that's not reasonable. it is not reasonable to accept the concrete lies
FOX Business
Mar 6, 2016 12:00am EST
reagan's secret service code name? the answer is "a," rawhide. "trailblazer" was george w. bush, and "scorecard" was dwight d. eisenhower. >> in the mid 1970s, more than a decade after the jfk assassination, dave card's father and stepmother happen to be living in a one-bedroom flat on this block in fort worth, texas. living across the street, a well-known neighbor -- the mother of lee harvey oswald. >> your stepmom and dad end up living across the street from marguerite. >> yes, and they would talk as neighbors occasionally. i don't think they were very close. >> ida card, however, admires marguerite's home, which is a little bigger and nicer than her duplex. >> well, it's a 2-bedroom. it's got a garage out back, a driveway, small porch out front. >> and when marguerite dies in 1981, donald and ida card purchase it. >> your family bought the house that lee harvey oswald's mother lived in? >> yes, they did. >> for real? hi, cleo. i'm jamie! >> it's now home to dave's stepsister, cleo. >> i'd love to see inside. can i? >> yes! >> thank you. it's not haunted or anything? >> not yet. >>
FOX News
Oct 6, 2012 10:00pm EDT
whatever reason. the 47%. george w. bush was not mentioned in the debate wednesday night. bain capital. it will be a big assault both personal and in policy terms on mitt romney from joe biden. puts paul ryan in a tricky position. he would like to go on the offensive. he is good at prosecuting that record, the debt and obama care and all that but he also has to defend romney and got to lot let biden undercut what romney did on wednesday night. >> geraldo: i read something that you wrote that suggested that romney won by being moral not just matter of fact about the issues of the economy for example. what did you mean? >> there was a key moment about 25 minutes in. they had the exchange on taxes for the first 20-25 minutes and romney did well. i think it was still in question who was really going to win the debate and then jim lehrer said let's turn to the second session on the debt. the first thing he said was the issue of the debt and deficit is not just an issue of money it is an issue of morality. immoral to leave the debt to our children and grandchildren and i thought it w
FOX Business
Mar 27, 2016 12:00am EDT
of george washington." you're a v.i.p. >> [ laughing ] yeah. >> ...and the pride of a modest family. >> my father was a truck driver. we got along, but we were very frugal. >> so how did she end up with washington's wallet? >> are you a descendant of george washington? >> no, i'm not. and it's quite a long story. >> a story about love of country... >> we want these things because we want a connection to these men. >> ...the allure of big bucks... >> i established a value for the wallet. >> it was a lot of money. >> ...and some good old-fashioned intrigue... >> someone took the wallet and disappeared. [ door creaks ] [ wind howls ] [ thunder rumbles ] [ bird caws ] >> i'm jamie colby, and today i'm crossing the delaware river from pennsylvania into new jersey. yes, i'm following the route that general george washington took to his big victory during the revolutionary war -- the battle of trenton. i'm tracking down what i believe is the most intriguing strange inheritance i've heard of so far, something the father of our country may have been carrying that fateful night -- his wallet.
FOX News
May 30, 2011 1:00am EDT
cry and cry. shortly there after george began to yell at her, look what you have done, your mother will never forgive you and you will go to jail for child neglect for the rest of your fricken life. she cried and cried and asked for her father's help. >> i was there the courtroom and the country gasped when defense attorney unleashed his accident abuse defense on this memorial day weekend live and at large welcome to this fox news special report. i am geraldo rivera. for three years we waited to see how casey anthony's defense could possibly over come the mountain of evidence of the mother facing the death penalty for allegedly suffocating her sweet 2 and a half-year-old child. will it convince one injure or she is not the sluty selfless woman we have been led to believe? >> you have been selected and sworn in the jury to try the case of the state of florida verses casey marie anthony. >> from the beginning the prosecution hammers home the story of the little victim who's life was cut brutally short. >> it is time to tell the story of a little girl named caylee. >> her doting grand
FOX Business
Sep 17, 2017 5:00am EDT
. his search leads him to the studio of an idiosyncratic woodworker named george nakashima. >> nakashima was known for taking naturally felled wood and creating inherently individual works for that specific piece of wood. >> nakashima's story oddly parallels bennett's. born in washington state, he earns an architecture degree from mit. in 1942, just as ed bennett is being inducted into the army, nakashima, his wife, and young daughter are among more than 110,000 japanese americans forcibly interned in war relocation camps. it's a dismal experience, but he meets a master woodworker who teaches him to craft simple but beautiful furniture using traditional japanese hand tools. after the war, nakashima builds a workshop in new hope, pennsylvania, where he uses these centuries-old techniques to create modern masterpieces. "every tree," he says, "has its destiny." >> we're allowing the wood to speak for itself. i am trying to reveal the beauty that is in the wood. and part of that is this beautiful natural edge, which is a real characteristic of nakashima work. >> to better under
FOX News
Jul 15, 2012 9:00pm PDT
military november 18th, 2008, in spokane, washington. left about two weeks after that. >> george stratton joined the army when he was just a 17-year-old kid. >> thought the military was a way to get into school easier. i told myself i was going to do it and made it through. >> he also comes from a family with a proud history of serving a nation. his father named george also had the tradition. >> my dad was in the air force he was killed during the vietnam conflict. joined when i was 17. my induction was at fort jackson when i originally joined when i leased it as well as physically. he was a scared little kid when he went to basic. they turned him into a young man. he was extremely put together well. basic training did an unbelievable job on him. i grew attached to the military more. eventually i couldn't wait to deploy. i had motivation to want to go. >> six months after joining stratton was assigned to the 36th engineering brigade in fort hood. >> i knew nothing about it like i know now. >> stratton was 18 years old and his wish was coming through. his unit was scheduled to deploy to af
FOX News
Jul 17, 2011 9:00pm PDT
tonight. you probably have been up a long time. mark lipman attorney for george anthony and cindy and talked about casey. >> she was rebuked by attorney or casey himself she is not sure about that. since then they haven't made any efforts to try to see her because from casey's attorney jose casey won't be seeing her. today mark lipman said she wanted biaz to act as decoys on casey's release which they refused. even though he indicated he set up a communication system between cindy and his daughter that call never came. lippman is asking b bay he i be to make contact. former prosecutor as well as fox news legal analyst and joey jackson again former prosecutor as well as defense attorney. all right everybody. there's a confusing message here. on the one hand you have baes saying she is safe and we need you as decoys and saying i am going to call you and let you know when you guys can reconnect. this is an area wi where we hav lawyer controlling his comp cli keeping her family out or do you think casey a sending a message to her family i want no part of you? >> i think that casey probabl
FOX News
Nov 7, 2015 5:00pm PST
presidency. it's a george h.w. bush who felt things more deeply than he ever let on. >> i would like to hear what you said the night he's speaking into his tape recorder. your mother asleep in the next room. and these are his reflections. >> your thoughts? >> oh, wow. i never really understood how much the defeat stung him, because he kept it hidden. he bottled up this sense of defeat. >> the loss his father felt the younger bush says, was not just his defeat by bill clinton, but something deeper. >> dad really didn't accept the baby boomer view of duty and honor. and therefore to be beaten by the first baby boomer president was upsetting to him. >> george herbert walker bush was born on june 12th 1924, in milton massachusetts, to a patrician family with high expectations and a firm sense of public duty. his father, prescott, was a serious and forceful figure, who would become a united states senator. his mother, dorothy, taught her son to strive for excellence, but never to show off while doing so. >> one of the famous stories in our family are going to say mom i hit a home run, and
FOX News
Jul 4, 2011 5:00am EDT
turned liberal and funded in part by billionaire george soros. in documents filed that o-the group described itself as charitable and educational and counter viewpoints in the media the rights of the wealthy and christian influence ideology, unquote. >> you may advocate a particular point of view and may do so strongly, but you can't have it just be unsubstantiated opinion and you have to be reasonably objective about the way you present your views. so excessive language would be a factor and that the internal ref few service could look at. >> in an interview in march. brock was quoted as telling politico they'd shifted from media monitoring and quote, war on fox and mma is conducting opposition research against a dozen or so mid and senior level executives and producers and it's also instigating lawsuits against fnc and starting an operation in the u.k. to focus on rupert murdoch, the fnc's parent company and trying to disrupt murdoch murdoch's-- and drop fox urge advertisers to boycott, and a sponsorship of a boot camp for liberal pundits and the last activity is key because a fe
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Jan 4, 2014 10:00pm PST
. john: you said that? [laughter] to george clooney. >> he says raise taxes. >> to drive a toyota petraeus to the ms -- jemmies but they have a private airplane and i wish i had a private airplane. >> many advocate to raise taxes but well-connected celebrities are quick to use your tax dodges. >> owning acres of land in new jersey but pays only $100 of state property tax because he raises honeybees' he qualifies for the honeybee subsidy. bruce springsteen owns hundreds of acres of land but pays little tax because a an organic farmer works his land his pour neighbors pay more. >> i don't get anybody trying to lower taxes but bonn jovi and springsteen publicly supporting for obama holding rallies but then cry tax cuts for their riches and they robbed of poverty programs and a social contract with america being destroyed the middle-class is harmed but then you rob those anti-poverty programs by calling yourself a former? that is the hypocrisy that is frustrating to see why i wrote the book calling of these people on their duplicity. john: one final example some of the activists are s
FOX Business
May 25, 2013 1:00am EDT
just does not support that. if you look at the number of regulations that were issued by a george h. w. bush, clinton, and george w. bush, on over their term they issued this sam number. president oba has been regulating more. hisecord is about 20 percent more than any of his three previous. plus, the notion that president bush was of the regulator, i would say that is a myth. he issued some of the most far reaching regulations on air quality, food labeling, and -- john: he hired 95,000 new regulator said. did you fight him on this? did you resist? >> the pressure to regulate is intense. and as we've notedefore, even in this tree is pressuring. so when everybody wants, regulation can give you some competitive advantage everyone pushes for it. ere is no one pushing for stepping back to give people more freedom of choice. john: we are on is program. when we talk about gas and oil and whahat they cost, think abo this. over here, this barrel of oil. so let me ask the audience. of the oil in this barrel, how much of it becomes gasoline? all of this? most of it? don't answer because you're t
FOX Business
Sep 8, 2012 1:00am EDT
george washington. if you take the credit you take the blame. but there were many moments that word distressing from a psychological perspective. [laughter] [applause] john: one theme is the privilege profit at the expense of everyone else. >> the system is rigged against them. and the painful part? they are right. >> we believe we are in this together is a far better philosophy than on your own. >> b.a.t we're in this together. the precarious day you're on your own. private charities will help. >> we have a culture to be together. we are the most charitable culture in the world. >> there used to the thousands of mutual aid societies. >> we don't want government to tell us how to give money to other people. john: politician say we aren't in it together. >> it is a false choice. this is not your show any more let's get the audience or you are on your own. right to it, produce it, solid, but the dnc had the jt's the system is a raid or broken. because we're all angry about something. elizabeth warren it she did you saying affirmative-action world, got into columbia or price first of.
FOX Business
Nov 19, 2016 1:00am EST
. it's a better method of teaching, so when i'm teaching students at george mason and 20% are not quite getting it, it's very natural for me to repeat myself as you said. that means that 08% of the students have to hear something twice. they only need to hear it once in. the online world, you never repeat yourself and the student, they're in charge. you can pause, they can rewind, they can speed you up so you start talking faster than you usually do. much more individualized method of teaching. student can read more quickly through the material they understand well and move slowly through the material they need extra help with. john: at virginia tech, students take initial math classes online. >> math is one of the areas where students proceed at a different pace. some get it quickly and some not so quickly and the computer -- john: like a video game. >> the computer, it's a fantastic tutor, right? it never gets angry, never gets bored, available 24 hours a day. it's a fantastic, the artificial intelligence tutor is going to be the leading teacher in the world. john: with thanksgi
FOX News
Jan 4, 2014 7:00pm PST
socialist, you are worth $100 million. >> you said that to george clooney? >> a few people. >> george clooney says raise taxes on the rich people. >> it's weird. they drive the prius to the emmys. they have the private airplane. i don't begrudge people that. i wish i had a private airplane. >> lots of celebrities, advocate raising taxes on the rich to help the poor. yet, over the year, i have noticed that, well-connected celebrities are quick to use obscure tax dodges and here, two examples. >> bon jovi owns acres of land in new jersey, pays $100 in state property tax. because he raises money bees. he qualifies for a honey bee subsidy. bruce springsteen owns hundred of acres of land, but pays little tax on it because, an organic farmer works his land. his poor neighbors pay more. >> i'm not against any one trying to lower their tax burden. if you are bon jovi an bruce springsteen and publicly support president obama and campaigned for him and held rallies for him but have decried tax cuts for the rich, and have said oh they're robbing these poverty programs and the social contract wit
FOX News
Sep 29, 2012 10:00pm EDT
candidate in florid in fd helped george w. bush narrowly defeat al gore in the sunshine state? could that happen again. well, roseanne barr if she has her way it might happen again. she is on the ballot in florida. here's craig. >> we will move forward together. >> we are going to take the white house. thank you so very much. >> and president obama and governor mitt romney make their way through the battleground states one presidential candidate came here to oakland, california tortion talk about a special issue in her campaign. >> who pays for this failed system of endless is war, endless debt and endless debt? pot smokers. >> we caught up with domestic goddess turned presidential candidate roseanne barr during a town hall meeting at america's first candidate's college. >> locking up your own tax base is simply stupid. when the president and military in dust -- industrial complex is closed down we will be able to grow h e&s mohamed p which will save all of our assets. >> what made you decide to run for president. >> same thing that made we wanted to do a sitcom. sitting home and watching
FOX Business
Nov 25, 2012 9:00pm EST
almost starved. george mason university economist brush roberts as the real thanksgiving story. what's the real story? >> an important lesson we learn from the programs which was when they first came to this country they thought it would be nice to share. communal property, a big area that they farmed. john: the corporation actually ordered them. >> work on this together and then we will div it up equally well, it was pretty harsh. it was cold. a lot of them got sick. they didn't grow much food for two reasons. one was that everybody is working together there is a tendency to shir let the other guy do it. i still get my share. similarly, when stuff grew and the harvest came some people poked. they picked the fruit, corn in this case. depicted early thinking of get a whole year i a ticket and keep it. otherwise and sharing it with everybody else. >> get a bigger share overall as a result. their productivity in that first year was atrocious. governor bradford realize this immediately after a so what happened that the incentives or wrong. john: wrote in his diary. what must they d
FOX News
Nov 13, 2011 9:00pm PST
george mcgovern's campaign. mcgovern was polling at 5% nationally, months before the caucuses. >> so the game in iowa was -- to exceed what you expect people will do, give money, support and momentum. >> mcgovern was second behind the frontrunner and won the nomination. then lost to republican richard nixon by a landslide. gerald ford replaced nixon after watergate and in 1976, iowa republicans move there'd caucus to the same day as democrats to share the media attention. that year, reconfirmed the importance of iowa. more than a dozen democrats were competing to run against the incumbent, ford. one was former governor jimmy carter who announced in december, 1974 and was at 1% in the polls in october, 1975. >> forgot him in the last poll. >> but pat caddell, an adviser for cartener '76, says his candidate had a plan. >> the strategy was simple. iowa's a launching pad to put him on the map. >> the peanut farmer and born-again christian worked iowa hard. >> he would stay at people's homes and make his bed in the morning. he was a farmer that was a big deism he understood rural america.
FOX Business
Dec 16, 2012 12:00am EST
deregulation. john: 11 george bush? >> even earlier. ronald reagan and throughout the clinton era. john: george w. bush hired 86,000 more regulators. >> banking is one of the most regulated industries if not th most. the problem was not deregulation but we had a crisis caused by a massive industry in real-estate due to policies to seven everybody encouraged to take out a mortgage. there will intended. they crafted the bill. logic says this will protect us? >> dodd/frank does not end the bailout are too big to fail. john: all this? that is left in here and even encouraged because it implies some banks will be bailed out. >> right. when you say the bank is systemic you say it is an institution to big and important and critical to allow to be left 57 they have labeled them systemic. it shows what happens and white increases the risk. the big banks can borrow money more cheaply because they think the government will bail them out. >> creditors know they will not be bailed out if they fail so they give them money at it cheaper rate. >> jpmorgan chase pays $4 interest but the small bank pays
FOX News
Aug 27, 2011 10:00pm EDT
comes. >> geraldo: captain, let me ask you. i live on the river. i saw one cutter under the george, washington bridge which connects new jersey and the island of man mat. themanhattan. they will close the bridges if the wind hits 60 miles per hour. under that bridge i saw many naval vessels heading up the hudson river. that is where i brought my boat up to poughkeepsie. where will the naval vessel and entire flotilla of private vessels head? >> those are preplanned plowcations where we are moving the vessels. a lot of those vessels will be moving to a marina near westpoint and so all of those places have been figured out ahead of time and once they get up to the safer moorings, much like what you did with your sailboat, moving up the river, we will be in a position to respond. sounds good, captain. let me take a break. god bless the coast guard. we'll be right back, after this. [ male announcer ] this is the network. a network of possibilities. excuse me? my grandfather was born in this village. [ automated voice speaks foreign language ] [ male announcer ] in here, everyone speaks
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Dec 29, 2012 7:00pm PST
information on the health of presidenth. george h.w. bush.y his family issuing a statement on his condition a short time ago. and they put it off for months. lawmakers holding our future in their hands and now pairly time enough time to strike a deal to save us from one of the highest tax hikes in u.s. history. >> senators and staffers now behind closed doors. we are told they are trying to put together a plan to help us from all going over the fiscal cliff. we are within 72 hours of the deadline, and tonight the new developments. in the wake of the shooting at sandy hook elementary, gun sales are on the rise. what is driving the spike? and the growing number of teachers who are looking to arm themselves. also, one man's trash becomes a child's musical treasure. you'll meet the children's orchestra that plays instruments recycled from garbage. >> i'm harris falkner. they are actually negotiating on capitol hill just as economic analysts say we are about to go over the so-called fiscal cliff, the punishing combination of higher taxes on just about every worker in america and deep s
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