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Nov 16, 2014 12:00am PST
leave my base? >> wow. that said it all. gary burns, thank you for joining us. china trying its darnedest to be a super power than the united states. our panel stays and you will, >> we are back. when we think of threats we think of terrorism, not enfour countries, but one country, china, has an impact on our way of life and your money. joining us it gordon. thank you for joining us. >> thank you, so much, governor. >> how does china threaten the american way of life? >> well, china, is stealing the jobs and predatory trade tractis and cyber threat and ballistic missiles to north korea and iowa ran and configuring the military to fight us. last october state media threatening to incinerate tens of millions of americans and threatened to kill people in chicago with radioactivity. on our part, we say china is a friend and there iss a mispatch of perceptions here. >> you list all of the threats from china, and your point will be? it is obvious there is a number of ways china is a direct threat to the security of the united states. i have frankly never trusted them. and a lot of ame
FOX News
Dec 6, 2014 5:00pm PST
international monetary fund revealed that china's economy surpassed that of the united states and now china is now the world's largest economy. they reported on this story and it could should have caused demonstrations in our streets. we are losing our country and no one seems to notice. less than 15 years ago, the u.s. economy was three types the size of china. and americans since 1945 have grown used to having the number one economy and must have taken it for granted. get ready to the new ranking or get angry and we'll do something about it. our current president said running up the huge debt on children and dprand children was irresponsible and unpatriotic. if so, he is the least patriotic president in history. our debt topped the 18 trillion mark. that is more than double than it took the first 43 presidents to create. his solution. keep borrowing and then give out free cell phones and paying people additional money to not work. and he wants to ignore the constitutional process of law and open america's door to cheap labor and make its harder for the american family to stay afloat or ge
FOX News
Aug 21, 2011 3:00am EDT
a diplomat and we don't use them. tell china you either behave with the manipulatation or throw a big fat tax on you . i would hope to do the tax and that would be 25 percent. it should be 41 percent. and one of two things would happen. they would immediately behave which i hope would not happen. you would start manufacturing things in our states, mike. you would be doing business in alabama and in iowa and new york and in california and everywhere that you just look at plants that are empty. they all moved to china and other places. but china is the number one abuser that. would be the first thing to do and strengthen up our dollar. our dollar is laughed at. we used to have the reall strength, right. today, the whole country is laughed at and we have no leadership. it is either weak or incompetent. i like to say extremely weak. it is one of the two and you know that . if i were in that position i would attack china and then go after opec big league. tremendous . they wouldn't be there except for us as you know. you have oil all over the seas and thankers don't know what to do and
FOX News
Jun 1, 2014 12:00am PDT
marriage and we took a trip to china, great wall and forbidden city and 10in men square and shanghai and the province of shindu. it was there that janet held and fed a baby panda and no, i did not bring a real one home for the grandkids. i know that many americans for that china will get too strong. i am worried that america might be getting to weak. other nations having a strong economy is not bad for the united states. it is one less hungry mouthed country wanting us to take care of their people. if they have money maybe they will buy the things we innovate and make. we need to fear not making things. that happens because of taxation. it drives money and jobs away from the working men and women. i was stunned that china is more like americaoused to be and america is becoming more loc china used to be. while america's infrastructure is crumbling. china is busy building airports and roads. china is a communist country and they are allowing more free enterprise and personal ownership. and we are watching land rights and religious freedoms in a stunning rate. i don't want what still re
FOX News
Apr 7, 2013 8:00pm PDT
shall the if you government in china, the relatively new government in north korea, the most experienced government is the united states government that there could be, in fact, a miscalculation. that's the concern. >> and our own military has been hit by massive budget cuts the last few years, drawing down forces, but coming after two very intense wars in iraq and afghanistan. now the effects of the sequestration. what are we capable of militarily, whether positioning forces or actually doing something in the event that things could escalate there? >> sequestration will certainly takes its toll on the united states military in the latter part of this year and for years to come rather dram atically if it continues. in dealing with had crisis, we have first-class capability to deal with it. certainly we would move ground forces into the country to assist the 28,000 and the 600,000 man south korean military that is there and we have significant amount of air power and maritime superiority to deal with -- if there was a conflict. there's no doubt about it that the north korean l
FOX News
Mar 16, 2014 2:00am PDT
239 people on this aircraft. about majority of them chinese. now is china, and they're realty sophisticated, are they going lay back and wait for the malaysian government? do you think they have their own thing cooking? >> i think they were worried. i think that's one reason they came forward with the satellite images. now, it doesn't say much for chinese intelligence if they looked at that debris and concluded it was from the airplane. i must say one of the first things i thought of when i asked myself who would destroy an malaysian airplane going from malaysian to china. my first thought was the uighurs. they have never conducted an international operation. they would want to do something to hurt at lot of chinese. their style in the past couple of months has been knife attacks. it's not just that some of them are islamic extremists. it is also a nationalistic ethnic dispute with china. it goes back hundred of years. it doesn't seem to fit the pattern of the uighurs. there's not evidence that would have helped us on this. that means going through the passenger manifest with
FOX News
Feb 24, 2013 5:00pm PST
intellectual properties, the blueprints that make your company valuable taking it back to china and repurposing it and competing against our u.s. companies in the international market. one american company was hacked. very large manufacturing company, most people would know it. argue that because of the theft, chinese theft took it back, recopied their product and now is competing against them, 25,000 u.s. manufacturing jobs lost because of it. >> mike: why aren't we doing something more about it? this is not something i'm hearing every day, this is huge. >> it is huge. >> why don't we hear more about this, congressman? >> a couple of reasons, number one, companies were reluctant to talk about t hours was the first committee about two years ago to come out and name china as the number one intellectual property or economic espionage actor in the world. we've never seen anything like it in the history of the world, by the way. the companies were reluctant to come forward and i couldn't get someone to come forward and testify at the committee for fear of retribution in china. and we ha
FOX News
Feb 25, 2013 12:00am PST
china and repurposing it and competing for the companies in the international company. a very large manufacturing company was hacked and they argue because of the theft, chinese theft took it back and copied their product and competing against them. 25,000 u.s. manufacturing jobs lost because of it >> why aren't we doing something more about it? this is huge. >> it is huge. >> wo've why don't we hear more about this, congressman? >> companyings are reluctant to talk about it ours was the first committee two years ago to come out and name as the number one espion age actor in the world . weep never saw anything like it in the history of the world by the way . companies are reluctant to come forward. i couldn't get someone to testify because of fear of retribution for doing business in china. we had an odd events that allowed companies to say i don't want to talk about it and it might hurt my stock prices and ability to raise capitol and we have pushed the envelope and pushed the envelope until now the report that you referenced showed how serious chinese respionage is and we need to
FOX News
Nov 2, 2014 1:00am PDT
, but we have moved all of the manufacturing and all of the decent jobs and outsourced them to china and other countries and therefore, americans are not making good wages and why'ren't we bringing manufacturing jobs back and throwing the flag on countries like china and give americans a decent wage. people are working harder this year than last year and got less to show for it. ngovernor, i agree with you. you have bottom 50 percent of the americans have only one percent of the wealth. you can trace the difficulty to the fact that china trade was passed and wto. andnafta. and all of these trade agreements gave them an opportunity to move jobs abroad. that is a thin allegeiance and not thinking about the world economy. we used to lead the world with manufacturing products. we need to bring jobs back and create new jobs here. and i am concerned that a lot of the good- paying jobs you advocate we need to bring them to america and have concern shown for jobs in america. >> by the way, we would do if you had a tax structure that didn't punish them and force them to move outside. i am a s
FOX News
Jan 2, 2011 2:00am EST
building good roads in china because they are carrying out debt and making money off of us? >>neil: and they call the shots so if something erupts in north korea, we are caught in between. we do not want to get china ticked off not because we are ticked off at china but we know if we get them too annoyed they could pull their money out of our country. we are in defense and as you stated when you ran for budget in arkansas, and maybe you will do that again if the neil cavuto campaign falls through which i could live with because i have a cable gig, but what happens is, people say, well are i guess we are not the same america, i guess china is ruling the roost and we are owing to them. china owns a lot of our debt, yes, but they own that because we buy a lot of their stuff. we are on such defense and so anxious and worried and nervous and paranoid about ourselves we do not know which end is up and everyone in the world comes around and slaps us, and the ultimate thing in the last year is when the french finance minister started lecturing us on our budget. the french. the french lecturing
FOX News
Mar 5, 2012 12:00am PST
against china and india. if we can design regulatory and tax policies that enable us to compete head to head with china and india there are studies for example that south carolina and alabama will both be cheaper than coastal china in the future. the u.s. is already less expensive in japan. we want to aggressively export to the countries and that requires a very different attitude. >> go ahead, secretary. >> we all understand how important the manufacturing stature is to our country and the number of jobs it provide. we also know the worldwide manufacturer has been on a decline. you think what we said about changing the tax policy and the trade policies would that really help to stimulate and reinvigorate the manufacturing sector? >> what i say is 100 percent in expense and new equipment. you wouldn't buy equipment and right it off in one year. i change the unemployment compensation so you have to take a business training program in north dakota right now they have 3 and a half percent unemployment but they have 16,000 jobs in the city they can't fill. the unemployed aren't trai
FOX News
Dec 9, 2012 3:00am EST
the steel made in china or india. there is a big difference, though. in america the rates from much higher. how does the company like mine compete in a global environment where products from china and india and europe are crashing on our shores? >> they are dumping product by having government subsidies to chien needs products that are often then subsidized so they can put you guys out of business on the entire market. that's what a lot of americans don't understand. it's frustrating to me. >> there is probably an even more important point about the product that is that our own government is making it more difficult for us to compete. >> how are they doing that? >> president obama is making the rounds. he is going to help us out by increasing our taxes. the only way we can beat governor is by investing in equipment. if the wage rates are lower in china and steel costs the same electricity costs the same the only way i can make business is to have better gimeequipment ane only way to have better equipment is to continually investment the only way to continually invest is make a profi
FOX News
Oct 18, 2009 11:00pm EDT
, cost 2 million jobs, make us uncompetitive, china is not going to go along with it because a rogue agency not relying on science or can't make it public is going to do something worse. that's outrageous. >> mike: i'll get a reaction from both of you. if we did pass this, frankly i hope we don't, but i'd like to get rid of the epa rather than pass the legislation would be my hope. maybe that's what we should be talking about, how to get rid of the overregulatory structure. >> maybe as a new diplomacy. send it to north korea. >> mike: they could use some regulation there, couldn't they? >> the concern we pass cap and train. those like india and china are under no regulation whatsoever so they will pollute out the kazootie. why are we moving -- we're not going to effect the climate because tough same -- no, actually, you have more. the jobs here are under restrictions. no restrictions in china and industry. how do we justify doing this which moves the smokestacks to the place they will let them fly? >> well, you know, it's an interesting approach. we in the iabw and a number of unions
FOX News
Nov 15, 2009 11:00pm EST
folbaum. president obama making his first visit to china as commander-in-chief. he is to press beijing to speed umar ket reforms giving us greater access to chinese markets. minutes from now the president will be holding a town hall style meeting in shanghai with shi chinese university students. we will bring you coverage live coming up again in 15 minutes. federal bureau of prison officials are set to tour a correctional facility tomorrow. white sows is it considering buying the thompson correctional facility in townsend, illinois. state officials believe it would create thousands of local jobs critics say the detaining terrorists on u.s. soil would create a security risk at home. imrick folba -- i am rick folbaw back to "huckabee. huddy. now, back to "huckabee." >>> if you are not aware of it, paula dean has one of the most amazing activities. she teamed up with smithville foods and one of the thin am r now back to "huckabee. t three y. the largest food contribution in the history of america. 250,000-pounds of food going to feed hungry people across this country. paula dean a
FOX News
Oct 24, 2011 12:00am PDT
thinks obama should be nicer. teave job's main point we were at a competitive disadvantage with china. we'll be at a competitive disadvantage with china as long as we have child labor laws and pensions. there is a moral imperative that is different from what china is bringing. >> mike: should we allow them to cothat and import their products without impugnity. >> you are talking about restrictive trade policy. in history free trade is a better way to democracy to capitalism than closed trade. >> mike: is it tree trade if it is not -- snorks no. >> mike: they are dumping products and taling intellectual property rights from american inquenitity. >> absolutely not. that conversation as ellie said not a surprise at all. but the bigger part of the segbook, let me help you with ads for the 2012 election. clearly a visionary who has been -- it is a devastating loss to the world and he thought president obama should be elected regardless of the challenges with business regulations that he wanted to have easied and the issues he brought up from china and he put ideas on the table for educatio
FOX News
Jan 14, 2012 5:00pm PST
is from china. she was born in a country where life wasn't always abandvalue l. she was abandoned and left at a vegetable market. i thank her mother every day for giving her life. i have stipulations with rape and incest and health -- life of the mother. that is the conclusion that i have drawn after being looked at it, investigated it and thought through it very carefully. that's where i am that's where i always have been and i hope it's good enough for you. thank you. >> one more question from this section then we will take a break and come back. your name and your question for governor huntsman. >> good evening. my name is jack frose. the ultimate candidate for the highest of offices could face the possibility of a billion dollars worth of dirty tricks. do you anticipate in that respect, sir, the creation of an under current of religious prejudice, if so how do you plan on defending your faith and your beliefs? >> thank you, jack. i intend to defend who i am, my faith, my beliefs and my family by being who i am. because in the end the good voters and the good people of this country
FOX News
Dec 21, 2014 2:00am PST
countries like china, russia and iran are currently in thousands of u.s. companies in our industrial control systems. when something like this happens by north korea to a company like sony, it should get people's attention because this is a sign of things to come. >> north korea said we didn't have anything to do with that. we had help you find who did. i'm kind of thinking o.j. will join in the search too because he's so good at finding things. while north korea said they didn't have anything to do with it, the president said we will have a proportional response. i'm wondering of both the north koreans and the president on this. evaluate it. do you think the north koreans are behind it. do you agree with your fbi colleagues and did the president have the right tone behind this. >> on your first question of whether the north koreans did this or not, the fbi as well as other members of the intelligence community have done a thorough bevaluation, they've looked at a lot of different indicators. they've looked at forensic analysis and they found tools and weaponry within the network, i
FOX News
Mar 4, 2012 5:00pm PST
against china and india. if we can design regulatory policies that enable us to compete head to head with china and india, and the studies now that, for example, the south carolina and alabama will both be cheaper than coastal china, in the not too distant future. the u.s. is already less expensive than japan so we want to aggressively export to these countries and requires a very different attitude. >> go ahead, secretary. >> we all understand how important the manufacturing sector is to our country. and the number of jobs that it provides, but we also know the worldwide manufacturing has been on a decline. do you think what you just said about changing the tax policies and the other trade policies, would that really help to stimulate and reinvigorate the manufacturing sector? >> well, that favors 100% expensive equipment and literally write it off in one year and changing up employment competition say you have to take a business-led training program if you get unemployment compensation. in north dakota right now, we have 3 1/2% unemployment. and they have 16,000 jobs in the oil ind
FOX News
Jan 2, 2011 8:00pm EST
because we're building good roads in china since they're the one carrying our debt. >> absolutely. >> and making money off of us. >> they're calling the shots and we're beholden and something erupts in north korea, let's say. we're-- we don't want to get china ticked off because we're ticked off at china, but if they're too annoyed they pull the money out and blewy. and if you started running for president yourself and arkansas, the cavuto campaign fail-- >> which it won't. >> it's okay, i can live with that because i've got the cable gig. in all seriousness, if people say i guess we're not the same measured america, china is holding the roost. china owns a lot of our debt because we buy a lot of their stuff. we're so anxious and worried and paranoid about ourselves, we don't know which end is up and everyone in the world comes around and the ultima coup de gras is when the french finance minister started lecturing us on our budget. the french lecturing us on our budget. that would be like me walking into a bally's fitness center and saying, guys, speed up (laughter) >> you're doo
FOX News
Jul 6, 2014 8:00pm PDT
regulations and y >> live from america's news headquarters i am anita vogel. china putting out the red carpet for miracle who is in beijing for talks with china's leaders. she is accompanying a large delegation. the two country's bilateral trade last year totalled $193 billion. that figure making china germany's number three trading partner ahead of the u.s. wimbledon's men's final went into five steps today. yoke vich changing on to his second title. he gave federer 8 wimbledon championships. federer making mistakes this helped yodjokovic who stopped a streak of three straight losses. now let's go back to "huckabee." n to fox news.com. >> and epa is at it again, with regulations that are by thing the hands that feed america. clean water act and under newly proposed regulations and it will extend to any body of water and even ditches that flood during reason. they could face fines just because of not having proper permits. and one family had enough. and they made it absolutely hilarious video to protest the regulations. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ (applause) >> i love that video. and joining m
FOX News
Jan 31, 2011 3:00am EST
the chinese army. look democracy is coming to china. wait that means turmoil and revolution is coming to china. that means turmoil revolution and chaos is coming to the rest of the world. do we continue to support -- china aside for a second. -- regimes friendly to the united states military oppressive directorial at the risk of alienating tunisia and egypt. >> we are doing it all over the middle east since roosevelt met during world war ii. >> and in latin america even before that. >> exactly. same notion, though, if we it a ten- n tiananmen square in the united states. the army is respected by the egyptian people. we have to understand the regime in egypt is the army, is the military. it's not just mubarak. a lot of what's happening, you don't see it on tv cameras it's negotiations behind the scene among military leaders. >> i wonder whether their conversations interrally among themselves is really all this will take. is this out of their control as well? do they feel they can suppress anarchy? >> i don't think anybody knows what the outcome will be. there's a lot of uncertai
FOX News
Jun 24, 2012 11:00pm EDT
american exceptionalism. we tack go china in relation to the united states in terms of their burgeoning middle class and growing economy. what i don't see is a real discussion about china's involvement in africa, where they've been making huge inroads investing billions to build the future of africa's infrastructure and many african militaries, legitimate and sometimes shadowy forces i'll say. i would like to say that i think more than anything the united states should focus on china, not in a whimsical sense but in a sense they are making serious geopolitical inroads into a large continent. >> mike: interesting perspective on the international front not all just economics for sure. peter? >> second row ethan. >> in 2008 i voted for obama under the belief he would change many of the policies from the bush administration like indefinite detentions at go -- at guantanamo bay i'm disappointed more than anything i'm disappointed in myself for being sony eve to believe that one man can affect such change. it is tough when so many elected officials from both sides can make promises they won't
FOX News
Mar 16, 2014 5:00pm PDT
enemies. india and china are enemies. >> i want to steal from twitter, because our activity is very high after the political insiders have just left the room. so we still have people chiming in. they have some good questions, jim, so i'd like to throw this to you. what would be the sense or motivation for that flight to take the southern route? and you were just talking about what's in either direction. talk to me about that? >> a great, great question. and unfortunately, i have no good answer, although i will say my twitter handle is dr dr. jimwalsh mit. the reason i say that is that's a big expanse of water. you hear federal officials hibit at the fact their most likely sunarrow is it went down into the water. to go south is no man's land. are they big enough to have air strips to handle a big plane like that? i think that twitter -- that tweet is absolutely correct and raises a fundmal question that is buzzelling investigators. >> here's another one in terms of what they may be looking at. this person has tweeted tonight, they should check all passengers last checks and e-mails f
FOX News
Oct 23, 2011 5:00pm PDT
competitive disadvantage vis-a-vis china and i would say to that, we're going to be a competitive disadvantage vis-a-vis china so long as we have child labor laws and a there's a moral imperative different than what china is bringing to the table. >> mike: should we be allowing them to abuse children and workers and import their products without any impunity whatsoever. >> now i think you're talking restrictive trade policies and time and time again, through history, free trade is better way for democracy than closed trade. >> mike: is it free trade if it's not fair trade, jehmu? >> no. >> mike: is it fair right now, what we're doing, allowing the chinese to dump products and steal intellectual property rights from american ingenuity. >> absolutely not. i think that conversation that steve jobs had with president obama was exactly as elie said, not a surprise at all, but i think the bigger part of the segment from the book that's coming out is the fact that he said let me help you with ads for the 2012 election, clearly, this visionary, who has just been, you know, it's in a devas
FOX News
Jun 24, 2012 5:00pm PDT
and we talk a lot about china in this day and age in terms of the united states and burgeoning middle class and growing economy. what i don't see, however, is a real discussion about china's involvement in africa, where they've been making huge inroads and investing billions of dollars to build the future of africa's infrastructure and many african military, both le gait mat and sometimes shadowy forces i'll say and now, would i just like to say that i think more than anything, the united states should focus on china, not in a whimsical sense, but in the sense that they're making serious geopolitical inroads into a large continent. >> mike: very interesting perspective of the international front. it's not all just economics for sure. all right. peter. go to you next. >> governor, secretary row here, ethan thorpe. >> hi. >> hi, ethan. >> in 2008 i voted for obama under the belief that he would change many of the policies from the bush administration. things like detentions at guantanamo bay or abuse of executive privilege and disappointed he hasn't come through, but more than anything
FOX News
Mar 30, 2014 5:00pm PDT
, from china, from japan, and from korea. i want to thank all of the countries involved in this search. i want to acknowledge the extraordinary work of the malaysian air force because the malaysian air force is not just here right now, but it's been in the air searching for three weeks now. and it really has been an extraordinary effort by the aviators from malaysia to come down here over the last few days, after all the efforts they have put in earlier in the search. it's been tremendous to see the international cooperation here. we have regular military cooperation with the united states, with new zealand, and with malaysia, but to see also the cooperation with us from china, from japan, from korea, is really heartening, and it demonstrates that in a humanitarian cause, the nations of this region can come together to work for the betterment of humanity, can work to try to resolve this extraordinary mystery, can work to try to bring peace and closure to the families of the 239 people onboard that ill-fated aircraft. so it is an honor for me to be here, to be able to say thank y
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Oct 19, 2014 2:00am PDT
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Oct 20, 2013 5:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Aug 14, 2011 3:00am EDT
growing . move forward from that basis . governor as we talked about communist china is a threat to this generation's soviet union and refused to seed the 21st century to a communist dictator. >> mike: i will call you right on that issue and a lott of americans underestimate the way in which china manipulated our currence yeforeign policy and it is an important issue. you had a tough day today. you didn't come out in the top four or five. are you discouraged and if not. tell me where you go from here and how you build on our experience in the straw poll. >> first, it was too much respect for iowa ans to enter a month ago and expected to finish like where senator sanatorium or mr. gam. and build as you go. and in fairness. it is a and that is a warehouse foreman. and we are look figure you are available. >> mike: i like this gig better. thad mccotter thank you for coming to the straw poll and compete showing us here tonight and bringing your message to the audience. the only way you get heard is to come to forums like this and it is significant and note worthy it would be ease to say
FOX News
Nov 15, 2009 8:00pm EST
site. president obama visiting china as commander-in-chief. expect today press beijing to speed up market reform giving americans companies greater access to chinese markets. in a few hours, the president will host a town hall, fox will have live coverage at 11:45 eastern time. stay tuned for that. for all your headlines log on to foxnews.com. i'm juliet huddy. now, bk to >> let me just re mind you if you're not aware of it. paula deen has one of the most amazing, just activities. she's teamed up with smithfield foods and one of the things that astound me they're going to be feeding 22 million people over the next three years, the largest food contribution in the history of america, 250,000 pounds of food going to feed hungry people across this country. paula deen and her partner smithfield foods, god bless us and couldn't come at a better time. if you want more information on what paula is doing with smithfield foods, paula deen.com will give you all the information you need. my next guest says the president and speaker of the house uses threats and intimidation to strong arm the
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Dec 20, 2014 5:00pm PST
. christmas ornament and made in china. yes. it was made in america. that was manufactured here in the good old usa. quality. >> and this is all of the products made from genuine leather and it has none. you suspect vietnam. >> and finest leather in vietnam. >> made in bangladesh. >> those little kid's clothes probably made by little kids. that's right. merry christmas. ♪ >> my next guest doesn't like the fact so many products are made overseas and wants to raise awareness and support for american product workers. joiningny is john today. it is embarrassing so many products are made everywhere but the u.s., and it is frustrating and it really means that there is a lot of americans that are supporting jobs for everyone but americans. >> yeah, and i think people are coming to realize, too, and the more you shop and get things overseas, you put an american company out of businesses and it used to pay taxes and support your schools and fire department and police department and now they come out of your pocket and it was $3 cheaper and $10 more expensive in the long haul. >> we have s
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Mar 13, 2011 3:00am EDT
an interesting twist this year. americans have the most billionaires. but china has the fastest number of billionaires and moscow is most from one city. think about that. china and rushia are growing more rapidly in capitalism than we are. maybe just maybe because their government acted like ours used to and ours started to act like theirs used to . also npr had a bad week executives making statements that show a level of ignorance and arrogance and boasting they didn't need our tax dollars. i think it is time to grant them their wish and turn them loose to raise their own money than asking me to contribute to the irerational rants of their executives. if we had to give an award this week of a most outrageous at the same time of a political figure it would be senator harry reid for the stunning explanation of why congress can't stop spending orgies. >> these programs create jobs . that's the reason we have in northern nevada cowboy poetry festival. had that program not been around the tens was thousands of people who come there ever year would not exist. >> what >> mike: what di
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Dec 9, 2012 5:00pm PST
sold in china and india. it's a big difference, the question is how does a company like mine compete in a global environment where china, india and europe are on our shore. >> they're having government subsidies to chinese products so they can put guys like you out of business and that's what a lot of americans don't understand. it's frustrating to me, that's correct. but there's probably a lore important point about the product and that is that our government is making it difficult for us compete. and the tax policy, president obama is telling small business people like myself, he's going to help out by raising taxes. . the only way is to invest in equipment and fuel costs the same, electricity costs the same. the only way i can have more is to have better equipment. the only way to invest is to be profitable and removes small profits and unable to-- wage gross decreases. >> a lot of businesses seem to do okay. ge didn't pay any taxes, so biggest organizations are finding ways to be circumvent the complexities of tax keyed. as a small business operator, do you get to do those things
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Dec 30, 2012 12:00am PST
isn't where the problem s. the problem is in china, in mexico, in other countries where they don't have emission standards. that is the crown jewel of all regulations. it is the most expensive one. and it is one that is based on the assumption that the catastrophic global warming is taking place, and it is due to man made gases. the people of this country know better. >> you know, senator, to be able to do that, it would be an outrage to most of us who understand the legislative process and the ept representatives. we would just be ignoring the constitutional responsibility to get authorization. how can he do this? >> that's right. first of all, it is kind of technical, but they tried to do it through legislation for 10, 11 years. that's cap and trade we are talking about. now in order to do it through regulation you have to have what is called an endangerment finding. we had our committee and i said i have a feeling you will have an endangerment finding so you can regulate something you have tried to do through legislation. i saw her smile. frankly i like her. she gives honest ans
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Aug 1, 2010 11:00pm EDT
from vietnam, china, russia, argentina. they don't know who each other are, because they are anonymous. via a nickname, they will tell you a credit card and credit card with a pin. mother's maiden name. they have the secret questions that you answer. >> mike: how do they get the stuff? secret credit, i can get the credit card and number and the security code on it. how do they get secret questions? >> phishing. you can get a fake e-mail from citi bank or chase but it's not really them. it's hackers to get you to put in information. people still fall victim to that because they just got on the internet. there is a lot of older people that get their first account, it could have been two weeks ago. they still don't know what phishing is. they fill out the information. they hit pin number and mother's maiden name and the secret question. what is your dog name, spot. they hit submit. it goes to one of the hackers in the chat room. then he will sell it to another guy to use. or use it himself. >> mike: let's say you order something online and ask you to set up an account. it asks s
FOX News
Oct 31, 2011 12:00am PDT
competition was only coming from other yur teen countries and today when it's coming from china to india, it's calamitous and that's the proximate cause for the disaster in europe's economy today. piatter, let's talk about an area of heff heavy regulation to american businesses, obama care as it's instituted. what's it going to cost american businesses and will it have a detrimental affect. no one knows how many. the real problem is government and the reason that health care is so expensive in the first place is the same reason that college tuitions are so expensive. because the government gets in there and subsidizes it. before government was involved, health care was far less expensive and more accessible to more people. if we simply brought market forces back in the health care, we would have competition, if we can separate health insurance from employment, which is the consequence of our tax code, if people were shopping around, and not, you know, using health insurance as pre-paid medical, we would have much lower health care costs, but instead of taking a free market approach we're
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Oct 19, 2013 5:00pm PDT
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