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FOX News
Jan 22, 2011 2:30pm EST
china? >> china's president pay as visit, getting a red carpet treatment from the white house. did the press coverage help the diplomacy? or cause a deeper divide? >> if congress can do better in terms of replacing obama care, what common sense reforms. >> republicans push for obama care repeal and the media fights back. all next on news watch. rate bo? fabuous! they gave me this great idea. yea? we mail documents all over the country, so, what if there were priority mail flat rate... envelopes? yes! you could ship to any state... for a low flat rate? yes! a really low flat rate. like $4.95? yes! and it could look like a flat rate box... only flatter? like this? you...me...genius. geniu priori mail flat rate envelopes. just $4.95. only from the postal service. a simpler way to ship. ♪ [ female announcer ] the cleaner the counter, the smoother the counter. with bounty you can be confident you'll get your counter clean. in this lab test, one sheet of bounty leaves this surface 3x cleaner than the bargain brand. ♪ big mess? bring it. super absorbent, super durable, super clean. bo
FOX News
Sep 15, 2012 8:30pm PDT
when president obama took office, this is china's, under obama we've lost over half a million manufacturing jobs and for the first time, china is beating us. seven times president obama could have stopped china's cheating, seven times he refused. it's time to stand up to the cheaters and make sure we protect jobs for the american people. >> president obama failing to stop cheating, failing american workers. >> jason, does this turn the economic argument around? >> blaming china for u.s. unemployment, no. this is economic populism and it's unfortunate. no one really believes that romney would actually go through with what he's threatening to do in terms of counter veiling duties. china is one of our largest trading partners and starting a trade war with one of your largest trading partners is not good for american prosperity. >> paul: dan, we've watched campaigns over the year and seen this protectionist argument offered time and time again, most often by democrats and it always polls well when you look at the polls, but it doesn't drive votes because somehow people look the at
FOX News
Oct 13, 2012 2:30pm EDT
takes us to task sometimes. he's a populous guy, runs on china and the trade which plays into the manufacturing base. you are from ohio. you know that kind of politician sells in that state. >> it does up to a point, paul. about you you know what, it hasn't been selling that well recently. senator bob portman was elected in 2010 with 57% of the vote. john kasik, a very conservative republican, was elected governor. but there's a base in ohio to support a candidacy like josh mandel. he's a young looking guy in his mid-30s is whether he has the depth and experience to step up to the senate level against someone like sherrod brown. that's what voters are trying to figure out about him right now. >> let's give viewers a shot at the both of them and how a couple of the ads that are running in this race. >> here we go, fans. sherrod brown steps on the field. i have to say unhis leadership ohio hasn't fared well. 287,000 jobs dropped. brown falls book for supporting the healthcare bell that cuts 700 billion from medicare spending. looks like a penalty. >> voting with obama 97% of the tim
FOX News
Nov 3, 2013 12:30pm PST
and the government itself, investors, and other countries, but china is not as big as i thought. >> yeah but it's interesting. because it has grown 10% since 2012. and that's as the fed has been on this huge bond buying binge. so it is growing. and pretty exponentially. so, you know, that has a lot of people worried. >> how is it that our infrastructure got so rundown, without maintenance? without the kind of investments over the years that traditionally we have done for decades and decades? >> well cities have been in trouble for awhile and we've had the recession which is a huge issue. >> i thought we spent a trillion dollars in stimulus money, president obama's much-heralded -- well he heralded it, stimulus bill. infrastructure spending was supposed to be most of it. >> very good point. i don't have much to say about that. i mean these were supposed to be shovel-ready projects. >> and they weren't. >> well, they weren't. i mean some work did get done. it didn't do much to help unemployment and it didn't do much for our infrastructure. but we're talking about a trillion dollar
FOX News
Dec 22, 2012 11:30am PST
want to point out that there was eaks lent story, i believe on npr, about a rampage in a china school in which a madman went after children in a school with a knife and he stabbed over 20 of them, but nonethem d and that's the key difference. when you have an automatic weapon that you can rapidly reload, when you have a gun, it kills. it kills more easily. it's hard to stab people to death. >> certainly you're not suggesting that a communist society rules are what we should follow. i mean, a mentally disturbed man stole guns. i haven't been shown any piece of legislation that is going to change that. if there was a gun law that would change the fact that a mentally disturbed man couldn't steal a gun, i would be for it, but the simple fact is, judy, i don't care what law you're going to put in place, the mentally disturbed man is going to steal a gun. >> you can't abolish-- >> he didn't have to steal it, he took it from his mother, what happened in columbine, took them from their parents and the n.r.a., i consider to be a completely utterly destructive organization in this socie
FOX News
Jan 12, 2013 11:30am PST
. >> paul: thanks, matt. >> a big hit to journalists in china, we talk about courage in journalism. these guys are courageous and responded to censorship by the communist party going on strike and communist party relented and they're going back to their jobs and maybe progress for press freedom in china. >> paul: and maybe not all end up in prison, we have to hope. thanks to my panel and all of you for watching, i'm paul gigot, we hope to see you right here next week. >> on fox news watch. >> shoot him again! shoot him!. >> jon: a mother of two shoots a man who invaded her home. >> we believe that the shotgun came from his residence. >> jon: a teen takes a shotgun to school, allegedly targeting two bullies. >> the president is going to act, executives orders, executive action can be taken. >> jon: vice-president meets with groups on all sides of the gun debate with a promise to deliver a plan to the he president next week. >> the second amendment isn't there for gun hunting, it's there to protect us from tyrannical department of the and street thugs. >> jon: the media takes on the
FOX News
Sep 5, 2009 11:30pm EDT
angeles times: we were firmly back inside china when the soldiers apprehended us. producer and our guide were able to outrun the border guards, we were not. we tried to cling to bushes, ground, anything that would keep us on chinese soil but we were no match for the determined guards. michael, you spent a long time covering the news what do you think about their story? >> what is fascinating is they admit it. that's the news of that piece. they had gone into north korea. >> and they knew they were there. >> right. they knowingly went into north korea. i think they owe the world an apology. they created a huge international incident. they no bisque there. sort of like hikers who go into the back and demand to be rescued when they didn't take precautions. that was foolish on their part and they created an international incident. >>> they say it is too painful to go into the details. >> they are saving that for the movie. >> a great point in the l.a. weekly in doing what they did they not only created an incident but all the footage and video they captured of people, those people are going
FOX News
Jul 14, 2012 11:30pm EDT
china, has changed a good deal in the last 20 years. so economic solutions of 1993 are not the same as economic solutions of 2012. the political class want to talk about the theater of this. there is an economic reality. they say we are looking at another melt down in 2013 like 2008. the politicos of the world don't care. they want to focus on who is up and who is down on the tracking polls. >> and time and time again they talked about certainty. small businesses need certainty. he is talking about a one-year exteption. that is hardly certainty. did the media pick up on that? >> they didn't. and i think they bought the narrative that this is a middle class tax cut. to even call it a middle class tax cut means that the media are following the obama campaign. there was very little coverage , judy, of senator schumer and men men -- and menendez who said this is not middle class to me or our state or our peel. peel-- or our people. >> that's because chuck schumer lives in a state that has one of the highest costs of living as does nancy pelosi. how about a nice round number like 1 million?
FOX News
May 27, 2012 12:30pm PDT
. that in fear of a wider war with china or the soviets muted the effectiveness of rolling thunder. >> there will be followed very closely by the introduction of marines initially under the auspices, thought from the very beginning, to make offensive killing operations. >> make it late in the day and miss some of the morning additions. it will minimize it. >> marines came ashore and thousands were on the way. they landed two months later on 7 may with second battalion. >> how are you g.i. joe. >> they made landing with the greetings of hanoi anna. >> and guys in your squad say about this. >> don't worry about this, you are trained. we're going to take them out. >> we an unopposed landing. we were met on the beach with all the locals, lots of kids. everybody thought this was going to be great. >> i got a 65 pound pack, it was 110 degrees in the shade. >> may '65 brought the first rolling thunder. lbj hoped to negotiate and ho chi minh ignored the overture and repaired damage to air defenses. billy was plenty busy. >> did it change your missions at all, increase in troops? >> definit
FOX News
Dec 26, 2009 11:30pm EST
tear gas against hundreds of shiite in the region main city. china, two trains set to be the fastest in the world making their public debut. the chinese media reports the average speed is 217 miles per hour. >> the first race was founded by "peter pan" author jane barry. that's a wrap on the fox around the world in 80 seconds. >>> christmas day tragedy off the coast of florida. a man is killed and his young wife is hurt when the paraglider plunges in the atlant atlantic. we show you how it happened. plus, caught on tape, the story of how a christmas grinch made off with charity intended for sick children, but wait until you hear why the tale has a happy ending next. >> julie: tragedy off the southern florida coast. a husband is killed and his wife injured in the crash of a paraglider. it began as a thrilling christmas day ride for roberto and cateai fernandez. but then something went horribly wrong. andre hepkin with the affiliate wfbn in florida tells us what happened. >> reporter: tell us what your husband meant to you. >> he was my life. he was everything to me. >> reporter: 23-ye
FOX News
Dec 2, 2012 12:30pm PST
man for 2012. pretty funny but it gets funny yes, sir than that. the people of daily china's largest legitimate newspapers picked up the story and ran it for real along with 50 pictures of the guy. sarcasm totally lost on the chinese editors. with his devastating round face and strong sturdy fame. he a heartthrob is everyone's dream kon come true. a cute cuddly side. he made the edito
FOX News
Mar 24, 2012 8:30pm PDT
, it is, because it's done by ohio where i'm from, ohio art and it's now manufactured in china, since 2002. >> and in creative writing in junior high school, use vivid imagery, don't use cliche and ametaphors and this fellow made an analogy, etch-a-sketch. it's right up there with the dog on the roof or the $10,000 bet and the romney's campaign's misfortune, about the vivid things don't help them. >> this the aides are not-- >> this aide has been a great reputation with romney and been with him a long time and stuff happens. and from "the washington post," the gaffe, it might be a one day story. did it already play to a narrative that we have about romney, which is that he doesn't really stand for anything, doesn't believe in anything and therefore, it reinforces that image, which is most unfortunate for romney. >> and a blood oath or issuing a press release on the kind of staff he will hire against the white house. >> john mccain has been down this path before and says that the media are overplaying this. that he was beaten up for weeks after making a comment about the economy. >> an
FOX News
Jun 22, 2013 11:30am PDT
running off and hiding in china. >> in snowden -- snowden challenges that because -- portrait of him somebody who is giving secrets to the chinese ask -- money from the country to do that. the larger context, about the insider threat program run by the obama administration. by -- that is the further scaring of the people that some really -- something only us? happening beyond snowden. >> mlk and rosa parks did not -- the u.s. government chasing them, giving secrets. that's ridiculous. >> wiretapping dr. king sh. >> no. the government was harassing them. he did something against the u.s. government and had to flee. that's a completely different situation. >> he did sign a contract and violated that contract because of his -- >> that's what people do. that's what he -- >> something nobody else has. he has position and has a platform. a.g. didn't have that. >> three months into the job, leaking stuff, he went there for that. >> he had been working there for eight years. >> next, a lesson in avoiding the press. >> government lepage takes page from the obama playbook in dealing with bad p
FOX News
Feb 19, 2011 2:30pm EST
freedom and roll past the laws of china and iran and break the fire walls and get in there with our social media and their social media and try to prosecute the wikileaks people. and i don't know that most people see the difference. it's hipocracy, we're going to restrict this and not that. >> some call it the facebook revolution. >> no doubt in my mind, talking to the young protesters, organizers and facebook and twitter indispensible to enable them to communicate with one another, where the police were, where the police weren't. how they could enter the the square. they say they couldn't have done it without them and by the way, to be there, i understand why some in the media fot carried away, because it was a thrilling moment if you're a democrat in the small d. >> and parallel in technologies in the 15th century when the printing press was invented and that historians say, have people to read their own bibles and caused hundreds of civil war. >> or the fax machine in the 1980's in poland. as jim says information yearns to breathe free and information in our age can make people f
FOX News
Jun 29, 2013 11:30am PDT
pyring and it wasn't achieving what he wanted. he has to salvage american relation was russia and china. >> all right. next, mixed media reaction to the supreme court ruling. >> big news coverage of big decisions from the biggest court. the ruling covering voting rights and gay marriage. two key topics for the liberal press. how does the media react to the supreme decision? that's next. hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. what's the rush? i'm gonna have to ask you to power down your little word game. i think your friends will understand. oh...no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside assistance, pretty much access geico 24/7. sounds a little too good to be true sir. i'll believe that when pigs fly. ok, did she seriously just say that? geico. just a click away with our free mobile app. i don't kn
FOX News
Oct 20, 2012 11:30pm EDT
and only china publication that tells the truth about the corruption of the chinese communist party. taipei is end a message they don't want a free press. >> this is hit more american state governments lawsuits against big banks the journal reported that less than half of the billions of dollars of this settlement have gone to foreclosure victims. places like in in in california they are not spending a nickel. people that paid their bills were not kicked out of their homes as we have learned. >> paul: thanks to you all. if you have your own hit or miss please send it to us. follow us on twitter. that is it for this week's edition. thanks to my panel and all of you watching. i'm paul gigot.
FOX News
Apr 24, 2011 6:30am EDT
states. it's china, india. and emerging markets without supply coming online and increases prices and consider, falling u.s. dollar and the price of the u.s. dollar continues to fall. as that falls, all of the foreign countries can buy more oil and gas and they're doing just that and pushing up the price. when i was press secretary we used to hear about $5 gasoline and now we saw in orlando that happened. you're saying it could go up to $60 gallon. is that a scare tactic or you think it's a real possibility. >> i think it's a real possibility. i don't think it happens next month, but as we've seen it continually move up. the last 12 months the price of gasoline go up 35% and that's a very big jump. >> dana: went from 2.81 last april to this april, 3.79 a gallon. >> exactly and think about that. if we continue with that pace. we can easily see the national average close to 5 or $6 and the next 12 to 18 months and how quickly that comes. if that happens, think about this, it's going to charge the average driver $125 a month. and family of two drivers, $250 a big hit to the the botto
FOX News
Oct 22, 2011 8:30pm PDT
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FOX News
Jun 16, 2013 12:30pm PDT
part of china. you can't sit in a chinese possession and not talking to the chinese. >> jon: you went to scrial to protect a source. for journalists to report the leak or report the leaker? >> i think you don't have an obligation to call the leaker the greatest american since george washington. this a utilitarian relationship and it's not surprising to me that greenwald was busy defending the man whose made him a household name in america now. i think we do, as kirsten powers wrote in the daily beast this week to have separate out these two issues. what do we think about the leaker and what he did from what about these programs? are they legal? are they constitutionality? that is what edward snowden is challenging, they may be legal -- >> and in part she writes washington establishment wants to put snowden in jail and throw away the key. we are told to blindly respect that persecutes whistleblowers over government information while watching the obama administration leaking of secret government informational to -- secret government information to agran >>> el us more how we should
FOX News
Jun 15, 2013 11:30am PDT
doing in hong kong, which is part of china. you can't sit in chinese possession and not be talking to the chinese as well as "the guardian." >> judy, you went to jail to protect a source. is it a conundrum for journalists here to report the leaks or report the leaker? >> well, i think you don't have an obligation to call the leaker the greatest american since george washington. this is a utilitarian relationship. however, and it's not surprising to me that glenn greenwald was busy defending the man who has made him a household name in america now. but i think we do, as kirsten powers wrote in "the daily beast" this week, have to separate out these two issues and that is what do we think about the leaker and what he did from what about these programs, are they legal? they appear to be. are they constitutional? that is what edward snowden is challenging, that they may be legal, they're not constitutional. >> kirsten powers who a frequent guest and panelist on this program wrote this, very thought provoking column in the daily beast wig, in part the washington establishment wants to p
FOX News
Jan 22, 2011 11:30pm EST
are about to, i think. up next, do the american media really understand china? >> china's president pay as visit, getting a red carpet treatment from the white house. did the press coverage help the diplomacy? or cause a deeper divide? >> if congress can do better in terms of replacing obama care, what common sense reforms. >> republicans push for obama care repeal and the media fights back. all next on news watch. [ male announcer ] you know that old floor that's been lying around? let's tear it up. and take it on. let's get a lot of style... for a lot less. get everything we need -- and everything we need to know then get to work making more rooms work for us. with guaranteed low prices on every square foot, the home depot is lowering the cost of a fresh new look. more saving. more doing. that's the power of the home depot. we've made a special buy on porcelain tile. get ts tile now for just 98 cents per square foot. >> china has a different political system than we do. china is a different stage of development than we are. we come from very different cultures and with very differ
FOX News
Nov 21, 2009 2:30pm EST
bring out the republican ambassador to china. i mean, the former governor of utah, john huntsman to complain about the press conference. you're not giving due deference to the important ribbons that obama cut with the chinese. >> there was the announcement that he made as he got ready to jump on the plane he was going to hold a jobs summit. this after it came out that unemployment is what, 10.2% now. uncomfortable news and you do anything you can as a politician to bury it. to me what was disappointing about the coverage, it didn't have a lot of discussion how it is when we see our banker, always an uncomfortable situation, and silly stuff, it was the bowing and the political hits back and forth and i wish we had a discussion about the other stuff. >> symbolism did matter. the bowing did offend a lot of people. >> i find it offensive. i believe it's defense against small r republican manners for any president of the united states to bow to a foreign potentate. this is a classic narrative story, nixon can do it, it's not a big deal. obama does it because the idea is out there justifi
FOX News
Mar 19, 2011 11:30pm EDT
remembers china syndrome, the movie. >> closer they get, more threatening it becomes. the china syndrome. today... only a handful of people know what it really means. and they're scared >> that movie was released almost at the same time as the real disaster at three mile island. >> good evening there, was an accident today in a nuclear power plant near harrisberg, pens. a bad one, one of the worst... >> march 28th, 1979. most serious accident in the history of the american nuclear power industry happened here at three mile i'll yanld. i'm into unit one control room, a replica with the communications manager, ralph people don't realize three-mile island is back online. >> it was not damaged in the accident. it's been operating 30 years successfully. >> what went wrong back then? 1979? >> well, we did have a partial melt down of the reactor but significantly, 99% of the radiation was contained inside of the concrete building that. is why no one was hurt. there were numerous mistakes made, human, and mechanical. tell me what happened. >> there was a combination of equipment problem
FOX News
Aug 11, 2012 8:30pm PDT
other nation . women's track and field. u.s. ahead of china in gold medals and third straight olympics u.s. women's soccer team eat japan two-one . late game save by hope solo. now back to huckabee and all of your headlines log on to fox news.com. powerful name in news. ♪ >> mike: four years ago the coal miners union put their voting power behind barack obama. at the time that was over 100,000 workers and voters. that is voters and workers that obama could count on. but this year, the umwa has not endorsed president obama. in fact, members have been vocal that this administration's epa rules are killing their industry. >> america wouldn't have had an industrial revolution if not for coal. for over a century he coal mining has been a vital part of the u.s. labor force and economy. today, nearly half of all electricity is still generated from coal. the united states has more than 600 coal plants in 25 states across the country. with estimates of up to 250 billion short tons in reserves, coal is our most abundant and least expensive fuel source. in other words, coal is to ameri
FOX News
Sep 5, 2009 2:30pm EDT
said in an op-ed piece in the los angeles times. we were firmly back inside china when the soldiers apprehended us. produ producer and mitch connell were able to outrun the border guards. we were not. we tried with all our might to cling to bush, ground, anything that would keep us on chinese soil, but we were no match for the determined guards. what do you think about the story? >> i think what's fascinated. they admitted, the news of the piece, they had actually gone to north korea. >> knew they were there. >> that's right. they knowingly went into north korea. i think they owe the world an apology. they created a huge international incident. they had no business being there. sort of like hikers going to the back woods and demand to be rescued when they didn't take the precautions, that was fool oish rish on their part and created had an international incident. >> they say it's too painful to go into the details of what they-- >> saying that for the movie. >> listen, steven and the l.a. weekly made a great point and says just like michael is saying, in doing what they did, they no
FOX News
Jan 28, 2012 11:30am PST
sell to china if we don't get it to the pro pipeline people were nor interesting than the anti-- the environmentalist. >> what about the media matters study. liberal website says the pipeline is getting all the good press. >> well, what do you think they're going to say? of course they'll come up with that study. as cal said, unemployment is a big issue in this country and jobs are a big issue. james from reuters madent obama can use energy 25 times dancing around this they took it juliane is a tv host. he's getting his own show on a network bankrolledded byhe
FOX News
Jan 9, 2010 2:30pm EST
? outer wearing company made news put a giant ad featuring president obama wearing a jacket in china. they say they want the billboard down. but weatherproof as seen plenty of free publicity. the folks at weatherproof no strangers to pr stunts. it's one of the companies that tried to put one of jackets icon known as the naked cowboy. it doesn't end there. petta has michelle obama free and fabulous along with tyra banks. white house said they didn't authorize the poster either. as the washington times said, oh the woes of first fashion, there is a price to pay when one is a global style icon. everyone wants some power cashe.
FOX News
Feb 27, 2010 11:30pm EST
some local areas, and of course we haven't heard the last from japan or russia or china. on the phone is another witness to what happened in chile where it all originated. matt is in the capital city of santiago. and give us from the reporter's point of view what your experience was when this thing hit at 3:30 local time this morning. >> yes, good evening, the earthquake hit at 3:35 am local time. and at that time, i was fast asleep after a long hard work week, and i woke to what i would describe as a strong and steady but not a jarring and swaying movement back and forth. i live in a 25-floor apartment building, and i'm on the 14th floor, high off the ground. so i woke up and grabbed my things and had to start heading to the door, and suddenly, there's such an up tick in the movement and it became a lot more jarring, and at that point, it became a challenge to maintain my footing. and my girlfriend grabbed her stuff and ran out the door and ran down 14 flights of stairs, and didn't have time to grab her shoes, but we made it out okay and made it out onto the streets without any major
FOX News
May 15, 2010 11:30pm EDT
are made in china, check the labels. >> very busy, and-- >> they have a right to do it, but let's also be nice, how about that. >> thank you, rodney king. >> kumbayah to you, too. >> should that be a media issue with everything going on today. should we focus on this? >> and michelle has said that-- >> a journal i could think of courageous enough to regularly photographs of and maps of american with mexico annexed on, free speech. >> the media should be interested in what the real agenda is-- >> i am not turning to michelle for ethnic understanding, i'm afraid. >> elliss will defend to the death your right to say it. >> jon: is the cleanup hindered or help the oil spill. >> congress looks for the answers to the gulf oil spill and everyone points fingers in the bill spill blame game. is the media playing along? and the president gives advice to new graduates. >> information becomes a-- we didn't see it coming. but women have made olay regenerist #1. though not surgical results, regenerist is the #1 serum, night cream, and moisturizer. not drastic. just fantastic. get younger-looking ski
FOX News
May 8, 2010 2:30pm EDT
china and everybody else drills in the gulf we're going to get shut down. white house press secretary gibbs had to to say. >> fox had a special and unique interview with michael brown, you opened it, i had to do it. who, for those who weren't let in on the big secret, mr. brown, fema director brown, under katrina, intimated on fox and it wasn't, i will editorially say, didn't appear to be pushed back on real hard, that this spill was leaked on purpose in order for us to walk back our environmental and drilling decisions and that the leak that we did on purpose got out of control and now is too big to contain. >> well, that description turned out to be a bit off the mark and after a day to think it over, mr. gibbs got another chance to react. >> the neil cavuto thing, notwithstanding again the fact that what michael brown said was only slightly less crazy than what you said he said. >> can i say this to neil, i was, i apparently had the wrong fox show. there were two references on fox and friends to the deliberate nature of the spill being said. sometimes-- yeah, sometimes i
FOX News
Jan 26, 2013 11:30am PST
diplomacy as opposed to iran or china, that's consequence. >> jon: and more news watch ahead with comments like that, and if you see something you think shows media pass, tweet us. next, she ignited a sex scandal and now she wants better press. >> the other-other woman caught up in the petraeus sex scandal trying to clear her good name, takes her story to the media. are they buying her tale or is it too late? that's next on news watch. ♪ [ male announcer ] to hold a patent that has changed the modern world... would define you as an innovator. to hold more than one patent of this caliber... would define you as a true leader. ♪ to hold over 80,000... well, that would make you... the creators of the 2013 mercedes-benz e-class... quite possibly the most advanced luxury sedan ever. see your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for exceptional offers through mercedes-benz financial services. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >> jill kelley is a florida socialite who got the media spotlight after he cla
FOX News
Aug 11, 2012 11:30am PDT
, arab spring, a growing china, et cetera, et cetera. >> christian, thank you. >> congressman paul ryan considered a rising star. think about governor mitt romney's vice presidential pick. we will talk with mark sanford when joins us live, next. >>> congressman paul ryan is architect of the text of the republican's budget plan. he wasted little time in leadersing out his vision for how a romney administration to fix america's financial problems. also, he took aim at president obama at the same time. >> i hear some people say this is just the new normal. higher judg unemployment declig wages and crushing debt is not a new normal! [ applause ] >> it is the result of misguided policies. and next january, our economy will begin a comeback with the romney plan for a stronger middle class that will lead to more jobs and more take-home pay for working americans! >> so let's talk about it with former south carolina governor and fox news contributor mark sanford. governor sanford, your first thoughts about paul ryan as the pick? >> i think it is a great pick. i think it -- from a strategic
FOX News
Mar 13, 2011 6:30am EDT
, you have two veto powers at the security council, russia and china and seems they are blocking the oranges. >> alisyn: and yet, walid. they're saying no-fly zone doesn't work the real people who are causing the carnage are gadhafi's ground forces. >> they have been able to do some because of their air superiority. they have the air force, meaning every time there's resistance against the ground forces, the air forces move forward. probably an all no-fly zone over all libya is not necessary. most of the battles are happening on the coastal areas between tripoli and imposed by the rebels, benghazi, we don't need to have our planes all over the libyan desert. >> clayton: and move to saudi arabia, protests take to the streets of saudi arabia and the question remains what exactly is behind the protest and is it the protest like the likes of tunisia and egypt? >> that's a question, because dangerous, it affects all our economies around the world. most of the protests so far are taking part in the eastern part of arabia. that part of the country has a minority which is shia, and for many,
FOX News
Jan 28, 2012 2:30pm EST
. canada will sell to china if we don't get it to the pro pipeline people were nor interesting than the anti-- the environmentalist. >> what about the media matters study. liberal website says the pipeline is getting all the good press. >> well, what do you think they're going to say? of course they'll come up with that study. as cal said, unemployment is a big issue in this country and jobs are a big issue. james from reuters made the point the unemployment rate is 8.5%. at the same time president obama can use energy 25 times dancing around the -- >> back to columbia journalism they did a study on where the numbers came from in terms of the statistics. this this they took it apart from the middle. >> ed the school definitely approaches from the middle. >> look at that article, jim. >> moving on. wikileaks founder julian assange is a tv host. he's getting his own show on a network bankrolledded by the in addition government. it's on the rt muse network starting in march. so this is the guy who likes to, you know, spill secrets and conspiracies. >> i'm sure it was a difficult choice
FOX News
Aug 11, 2012 11:30pm EDT
west virginia our low coast abundant energy. we are losing six coal fired plants this year. china is building new ones going on line. something is wrong with the picture. >> i want to address the fact that the coal industry loses jobs directly but talk about how it affects other businesses in west virginia communities that are not direct coal producing or coal mining businesses? >> well, you look at equipment suppliers and hotels and restaurants. i have a friend in beckley with 230 employees. had to lay off 67 in the past two weeks. really hurts and i mean it is tough. you don't want to lay off anybody but you have to survive and what is going on coming out of washington is killing our way of life in west virginia and we have so much potential. and that word can is in my vocabulary. i was involved in the chiliian mine rescue. it is time to rescue like we did in chile. there is a brighter future for our state and nation. from the top of the ticket down in west virginia we have great folks running. not just me. it will be a great year and we can turn our nation and state around with gr
FOX News
Aug 22, 2009 11:30pm EDT
china and india. now they're promoting free tax in heaven. >> one and all, back next week. paul re see you then. >>> on "fox news watch." what is the president healthcare plan? the number one question as the press keeps up the pressure. have we heard the answer? u.s. troops continue their hunt for the bad guys in afghanistan. some at home lose interest in the effort. are the media to blame in former falcon flies with the eagles and the exconvict victim goes from jailtime -- ex-con vick goes from jailtime to primetime. and a politician is dancing and is tripped up by the media on the left. some man who paved the way to how we get our news today, john hewitt. >> television is good. not when you see it and not when you hear it. but when you feel it. ♪ >> on the panel this week, guthrie, programming editor for broadcasting and cable magazine, cal thomas, jim pinkerton, fellow, new america foundation and fox forum contributor and kirsten powers, "new york post" columnist. i'm john scott, fox news watch is on right now. >> what is your response so far to the suggestion that the healthc
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Oct 2, 2010 2:30pm EDT
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Mar 20, 2011 6:30am EDT
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