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FOX Business
Apr 7, 2017 10:00pm EDT
chinese president xi jinping. >> i think we have made tremendous progress in our relationship with china. my representatives have been meeting one-on-one with their counterparts from china, and it's, i think, truly progress has been made. lou: we'll have political analysis of the critical summit, the syrian airstrikes and much more with leading republicans ed rollins and randy evans. and the senate today confirming judge neil gorsuch as the 113th justice of the supreme court. the vote ends a bitter, year-long political battle that forced republicans to go nuclear in the face of democratic obstructionism. we take that up with the president's supreme court adviser, leonard leo. a week filled with historic events, and this is only donald trump's 11th week as president of the united states. good evening, everybody. there hasn't been a more action-packed week in this country in a very long time. the deluge of events, decisions, issues, inflection points this week would test even the most seasoned president. but only 11 weeks into his presidency, president trump is winning praise for his decis
FOX News
Dec 18, 2011 9:00pm PST
china and russia. kim's funeral will be held on december 28. >>> joining us on the phone is fox news chief washington correspondent james rosen. james, what kind of effect is this going to have on the isolated nation of north korea? >> well, it really remains to be seen because we don't know whether the new regime in north korea will be more or less report same in terms of its opacity and inscruitability for the rest of the world. we have every reason to believe that kim jong un will be like his father and the reaction of the people in north korea will be like it has been when these others have taken power in that country. >> and kim junge i will has over the yearsts voter years to south korea. what do you think they are talking about and what steps they are taking at this time? >> well, certainly they would be defensive when he sures. their territory, south korea's territory has recently been shelled by north korea. north korea is a raddic regime. what has to be gaged here is the role of other nations, not only south korea but also china which is the patron state of north korea whic
FOX News
Nov 6, 2011 12:00pm PST
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FOX Business
Sep 7, 2015 9:00am EDT
liberty, free enterprise, you can imagine in some countries, in venezuela, china, afghanistan, the people attracted to this work are putting at risk their lives, fortunes, very much like our founding fathers. john: you have people who sometime smuggle in the works of milton friedman and subversive books into the countries? >> true, back before the fall of the iron curtain, there was heroic activity that went on in getting materials into the then-soviet union. we can operate more freely in most parts of the world. john: china? >> china is an interesting case. right now one of our partners is headed to jail for doing the kind of work you and i think is patriotic work, for working in civil society to put forward a very optimistic view of where the chinese future should be, but what we have in china is a goliath to use your apt metaphor that doesn't want competing visions of what the future of china is. john: let's talk about hong kong next to china, was independent, run by the british, until they made a deal to turn it over to the chinese, and the chinese said it will be special, we'l
FOX Business
Oct 20, 2012 1:00am EDT
hr. she is a gd person but a lot of peoplcreate js by sending jobs overseas to china. that is a good philosophy but t the arican economy is loser. >> because theyecome wealthier. the data shows that it has happened in aged to make you happy? yay says yes. i'm drew brees and being a dad means the world to me. and one of the most important things any pent can do is make sure theikids get active at least 60 minutes each day. studies show that physical activity not only hps kids stay healt, it can enhanceimportan, like conntration d problem solving, which can impre academic performance. is means physical activity can help youkids in the most important game of all -- life. john: greed for lack of a better word is good. greed is right. greed works. john: greed works? yes it does. i was surprised to read an article at cbs new.com that says embrace it. live it. tap into your inner gordon gekko. it was written ba robber. >> agreed is good. >> know it is not. >> i would argue greed is a good thing. it saves lives. when they look to make a profit they ardesigned to create better services.
FOX Business
Oct 21, 2012 9:00pm EDT
but a lot of people create jobs by sending jobs overseas to china. that is a good philosophy but to the american economy is a loser. >> because they become wealthier. the data shows that it has happened in agreed to make you happy? new pink lemonade 5-hour energy? 5-hour energy supports the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. so i can get the energized feeling i need and support a great cause? i'm sold. pink lemonade 5-hour energy? yeah and a portion of every sale goes to the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. i'm sold. new pink lemonade 5-hour energy. get the alert, energized feeling you need and support breast cancer research and access to care. so, which supeast 4g lte service would yochoose, based on this chart ? don't rush into it, i'm not looking for the fastest answer. obviously verizon. okay, i have a different chart. going that way, does that make a difference ? look at verizon. it's so much more than the other ones. so what if we just changed the format altogether ? isn't that the exact same thing ? it's pretty clear. still sticking with verizon.
FOX News
Sep 16, 2012 2:00am PDT
what's going on in the nis and asia, china, the out china sea in japan. red lines matter and every morning nations get up and calculate will it can step across the red lines or not. and i think the lower profile of the united states allowed iraq and china to step forward in a dangerous way. >> all right, dan, thank you all. when we come back, despite the turmoil in the the middle east, it went on with obama enjoying a post convention ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you engineer a true automotive breakthrough? ♪ you give it bold new styling, unsurpassed luxury and nearly 1,000 improvements. introducing the redesigned 2013 glk. see your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for exceptional offers through mercedes-benz financial services. through mercedes-benz (car horn) paying with your smartphone instead of cash... (phone rings) that's a step forward. with chase quickpay, you can send money directly to anyone's checking account. i guess he's a kicker... again, again! oh, no you don't! take a step forward and chase what matters. until i got a job in the big apple. becoming a fulltime i
FOX News
Apr 16, 2016 5:00pm PDT
running our country. we don't know what we're doing. our jobs are going to mexico. china is dumping steel all over the place. by the way, all over the world, just so you feel better. china is dumping, dumping steel. your steel mills, i see what's going on. this was the steel capital of the world, by far, nothing close. now i see what they're doing. [ applause ] >> before i came today because i'm making a speech where we have thousands and thousands of people, right after this, i said give me some statistics. it's unbelievable how you've lost your manufacturing jobs, you've lost your steel jobs. you look at what's happened with u.s. steel and all these great companies, these once, you know, incredible companies. and it's being taken because of devaluation, all of the devaluations. it makes it impossible, it makes it impossible for the companies to compete. we're losing our jobs. companies are moving to mexico. mexico's becoming the new china. [ boos ] >> we've got to stop it. we're going to stop it. what they're doing -- what they're doing especially in asia but especially china, you look
FOX News
Feb 23, 2013 12:00pm PST
cyber espionage by china's military that chinese hackers may be our next national security threat. >> kelly: and this doctor is serving a massive prison sentence for helping the u.s. track down and kill osama bin laden. now one group is leading the push to set them free and it wants hollywood to help. >> if this is how we treat our friends, who is going to help america next time. we need to stand up for the doctor and stand up to everyone who is an ally on to america. victor! victor! i got your campbell's chunky soup. mom? who's mom? i'm the giants mascot. the giants don't have a mascot! ohhh! eat up! new jammin jerk chicken soup has tasty pieces of chicken with rice and beans. hmmm. for giant hunger! thanks mom! see ya! whoaa...oops! mom? i'm ok. grandma? hi sweetie! she operates the head. [ male announcer ] campbell's chunky soup. it fills you up right. ♪ [ male announcer ] every car we build must make adrenaline pump and pulses quicken. ♪ to help you not just to stay alive... but feel alive. the new c-class is no exception. it's a mercedes-benz through and through. see your
FOX News
Aug 6, 2011 3:00pm EDT
. let's say they didn't like it. china is taking the same. official news agency country for reckless spend urging we get our act together . republicans go further and suggesting that tim geithner pack his bags and get out. the president is so inclined to stay quiet. the president didn't mention the downgrade in the weekly address today . gop candidate michelle bachmann. congresswoman, what do you think? >> good morning, neal. it is a historic week as you said all morn unprecedented the doubling ofhe national debt in five years and stock market failure and now the ratings downgrade and despite all that no statement from the president of the united states. potentially most historic news in 80 years and where is the president he left for camp david and hasn't been heard of him since. i led against raising the debt ceilingly. that's what the markets told us and what the american people wanted and the president refuse to lin to them. he has to come up with a new deal to restore the market in the nation and address the nation from the white house. and he needs to demonstrate to the country
FOX Business
Jun 11, 2016 4:00am EDT
spending plan because -- >> the tariffs on china? >> going to raise unemployment, cause an increase in welfare programs and unemployment insurance, all of that winds up being a net negative and pouring of federal dollars. tacit spending increases. john: trump doesn't say he wants to spend more on college education, free preschool? >> hillary clinton is using the government like her own personal hedge fund. she can invest in all the social things she wants. john: here's a clinton spending promise you may not have heard. >> china is investing $180 billion to expand broadband. we cannot be left behind. by 2020 i want 100% of american households to have access to quality, affordable, high-speed internet. john: and they applaud people like this. i'm going to give you all fast internet, $180 billion. somebody else's money. but it works. she's the front-runner. >> she wants to invest in energy, in children's education, all of which can sound great if it is not your money. john: internet and broadband is faster in other countries. >> sure, if you start from nowhere and put the absolute best te
FOX Business
Jul 4, 2015 12:00am EDT
on earth. let entrepreneurs create prosperity. the free zones and special economic zones in china have helped hundreds of millions of -- john: and they were going to give you this free zone in south america, and then the politicians said, well maybe not. >> it's still on. it's still going to happen. so we're going to see, if all goes well, prosperity in honduras. hong kong and singapore, some of the poorest regions on earth, 50 years ago two with of the wealthiest regions. john: fifty years -- >> bingo. if every place on earth was as free as hong kong and singapore, there would be no more poverty on earth. john: we know what works but the politicians and these young people won't do it. >> and i would say many of the professors. john: many of the professors. we'll have one on shortly. thank you, michael. >>> next, some say american capitalism succeeded on the backs of slaves. but is that the truth? ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ get excited for the 1989 world tour with exclusive behind the scenes footage all of taylor swift's music videos interviews, and more. xfinity is the destination for a
FOX Business
Jun 8, 2013 9:00pm EDT
countries from aggressio t toontain china an and -- to conn china and iran. >> i think that china is the big ogeyman out there, chinese military spendg is second to the world, but we're discouraging china's neighbors from doing more to defend themselves. i think that is short-sighted. john: iran, threatens nuclear bomb and do who bes what. >> they don't have a nucar bomb, china does. a few others have them, ran does not iran ii tiny relative to the threat sposedly posed by china, we node to put them in persctive. john: we want navy to protect - >> they defend the sea lanes from interception or disrupted. but, free seas are a benefit to many people, few people would benefit from closing them, thecally that would like to ose them like al qaeda can't. john if we d that, we would spend what? >> quite a bit less, i think a good rule of thumb, what we were spending around time of 9/11 attacks today is about $450 billion. that is a od start. back then we were stillg other t could defend themselveses, if we stopped that we could spend less. john: we wou be safe? >> absolutely. >> thank you,
FOX Business
Apr 16, 2016 9:00am EDT
because we have a slow economy, whether it's in japan or china and the u.s. i ask you, what your take. i know your money is in china. but as far as the u.s. is concerned. do you think donald trump is right, we are on the doorstep of a massive recession in the u.s.? kyle bass: donald trump may be right for the wrong reasons. asia has a giant credit bubble they have been building for the last 10 years or longer that reached its atrophy level and it will happen the next two or three years. so whether that causes the u.s. the have a brief minor recession, i think it's 40%, 50% in the next year personally. but it doesn't mean that slow global growth is going to lead to persistent recession. i also don't buy his idea monetary policy can generate true organic growth. it can help us out of a crisis. but we have had 8 years full out monetary and policies philly he justed. when the guard goes to the g-20 and says we have to work together. we have been working together. now we are stuck with kind of stagnation and excess capacity and a lot of debt. maria: to be clear to your first question, it h
FOX Business
Jun 13, 2014 12:00am EDT
holland illegal china, egypt, and croatia is seems civilization is on the side of the legal work. >> to the united states is of a special casthere is the puritanical strain but this country is also founded on judeo-christian morals and ethics and that comes into play. it may change over time we have seen their views on gate marriage but at this moment the consensus is widespread that prostitution and should remain a legal. john: what you say to the women that i interviewed this is my body a quarterback can use his money this is how i make money. >> but they wear clothes. john: that makes the difference it? >> when they say it is my body my choice i argue prostitution is not just your body you have a client's you may have a third person involved steven of more than one person. john: share a the happiness. >> but what makes sex a different issue is even if you use protection and it is regulated it is still in the process that could lead it to another life summit is more sacred than and drug use. >> nevada prostitution is legal not and las vegas but other counties i once interviewed the wo
FOX Business
Apr 9, 2016 1:00am EDT
china wants to subsidize the goods and services they send to the united states, who benefits? we do. and ultimately china pays the price. john: some american workers lose jobs. >> i'm advocating eliminating income tax and corporate tax and if we did that, in my opinion, along with the irs, we would create tens of millions of jobs in the country because why would you locate a business anywhere in the world other than the united states, given a zero corporate tax rate? >> if we have a problem with jobs and they're not enough, it has nothing to do with free trade. our government has placed so many barriers to entry for entrepreneurs and new businesses. if the government would get out of our way, we would have more than enough jobs for people. this is the fundamental issue. john: some people lose jobs when china subsidizes steel, some steelworkers lose jobs. >> consumers benefit from lower prices. nobody is talking about the third party in the equation, that's the consumer. right? when you're allowed to purchase things from overseas, you can buy things at a lower price. that lifts peopl
FOX News
Jan 15, 2012 9:00pm PST
spirit of things i didn't do that this time. i got home and everything i bought was made in china. my question for you is what actions should the united states take concerning the trade imbalance with china? >> thanks for the question. and you know, we went out and we are selling sweater vests on our website and it took us a couple of days to be able to find a manufacturer that manufactured vests. you know, south carolina was huge in the textile industry and as we know it is not any more. and the reason is it goes back to the point i was making before. the national association of manufacturers found that if you exclude labor costs america is 20% more expensive to manufacturer in than our nine top trading partners and that includes china. and that is excluding labor. everyone says we are losing jobs because of our labor costs. we are not. we are losing jobs because our government is making manufacturers uncompetitive with high taxes. they are doing it with regulations. this administration in the past just three years has gone from on average during bush and clinton of producing about 6
FOX News
Feb 20, 2012 12:00am EST
ground work for a few tour u.s. relationship with china. >> he loved the job in china they called him back to take over the cia. >> in 197 athe senate's church committee was investigating abuss by cia operators abroad. >> a lot of people think he was signaling his own political steps now to go to the ci na. a troubled time. he would come in to say there were abuses and we're going to clean it up jimmy carter elected president meaning bush would be out as head of the cia and set his sights on the white house he thought head a chance, everybody and connelly fizzelled out early. bush and reagan now rival autos she shrugged it out face-to-face. and bush got the nomination. >> bush seemed in line for the second spot on the ticket. his. >> everything saying ford was going to be the pick. he called me up and said george i want you to be my vice president. >> and so there was a little tentativeness on the part of governor reagan. they were initially cool and disstant -- distant and suspicious of him. george bush won't land a helicopter coming back from texas on the south lawn of the white hou
FOX News
Sep 25, 2011 1:00am EDT
consistent. >> when we come back, wanted in new york city but missing in china? who is lee fang way and exposed the secret relationship with the secret relationship with some of the world's most motorcycles, boats, even rv's. nobody knows where he got his love for racing. all we know is, it started early. casey mears, driver of the number thirteen geico toyota camry. geico, saving people money on more than just car insurance. it's a brand new day. a day when we can eat what weant, drink what we want, and sleep soundly through the night. prevacid®24hr prevents the acid that causes frequent heartburn all day, all night. take the prevacid®24hr challenge and see why 9 out of 10 users say they're satisfied. try a 28 count prevacid®24hr free. see prevacid®24hr.com for offer details. >>> live from america's news headquarters i'm adam housely in los angeles. a florida millionaire bob ward found guilty of murdering his wife in their orlando home. in 2009, police found diane ward shot between the eyes in the couple's bedroom, a handgun on the night stand. ward called 911 earlier saying he
FOX Business
Sep 24, 2016 2:00am EDT
, the incarceration rate, are yo united states locks up more people than russia and china? >> maybe the youth has more murder than russia. i have been to china. i don't think there are too' murders going on in china. >> in the 1990s and 1980s there was a lot of get tough on crime, three strike you are out. we are distracted by the neighborhood drunk. we are distracted by what was a felony in 1980 is still a felony today and the value money has not kept up. john: on social media i asked what do you think are the biggest examples of injustice. steffey said as a correctional officer some of the crimes are so petty. you have to wonder if the space is wasted. >> you just answered your own question. you hit the nail on the head, john. 1970, i was on the force. we used to have 2,000 murders in new york. we are down to less than 500 murder. what is the reason? maybe the reason is the people committing the murder are still incarcerated, maybe the murder rate is going down because we have people in jail, john. john: let's analyze that. 17 state let more people out of prison, the crime rate dr
FOX Business
Feb 20, 2016 12:00am EST
45% tariffs on china and slap tariffs on ford for moving to mexico. he's a danger. john: but he's the frontrunner. trump, the leader in the betting. he's way ahead. the betters give him a 50% chance of getting the nomination. we asked trump if he would appear to defend himself but his campaign suggests we talk instead to henry mcmaster, the senator from south carolina. when you endorsed trump you said it's base has lot of for the people of his country and the determination to get the job done. this sounds like silly boiler plate so sweet i'm getting cavities from that. what does that mean? >> well, i guess you would have to go to one of the rallies or see him with people to get a feel for it. i have never seen anything like this. we have had 8,000, 10,000 people. some driving hundreds of miles to come see him. people are cheering. they want to touch him, they want to shake his hand, they want autograph. he speaks his mind in a language everybody can understand. he's got no reason to dereceive or trick anybody. he's running his own campaign with his own money. spending his own money. i
FOX News
Oct 22, 2011 7:00pm PDT
friendly as china and how the education system is in the craper? anyway. thoughts? >> andrea: well, hopefully steve jobs is right that he will be a one-term president. his wife, he says in the book was married to liberal and chairman of news corp. would come over for dinner and joke hide the knives, because she was so liberal. but i think he was very smart. what is shocking, though, someone so smart would be so short-sighted when it comes to treatment like this. of course, people have the right to do whatever they want with their body. it absolutely is. but you're right, they're not being honest about some of the herbal remedies and it's -- last summer it came out and everyone criticized -- >> bob: it would be a good idea for me to drop the jobs thing with obama. but let me say this. he said caustic things about obama. we talked about steve jobs here as one of the great innovative minds in several years. one thing he is not innovative mind about is politics. so frankly, i think that part of this, let's stick to the ipad and the iphone. >> eric: that is the point. i'm trying to figu
FOX News
Jun 1, 2014 7:00pm PDT
that. >> maybe move to europe or japan. >> or china. >> or india. >> or a lot of countries they want to know. you might decide not to buy food that contains gmo. >> certain companies would lose money if you didn't buy their stuff. >> you are just about money. actually this isn't about money it is about the right to know. the usda and other have said gmo's are the same in terms of nutritional content. >> why not label? >> gmo doesn't tell them anything other than it's the skull and cross bones. what they want and what michael hanson wants is to scare people and end the biotechnology revolution. so we have no impact. >> no, that is not a scare tactic. it is table tlabel the same arg used when they required fast and sugars and saturated fats. thank you michael, john, please stick around. someone else wants to tell you and me that we are wrong because we are not upset enough about chemicals. before we go to her, i will guy ahead and make more enemies by pointing out that i do sometimes mock people's fear of chemicals. for example do you worry about die hydrogen monoxide. it's an odorless
FOX News
Jun 9, 2012 7:00pm PDT
assertive belligerent china in build up of forces. we see russia. >> john: why is it in their interested to attack us. they had meifld aimed the at us the russians did? >> they want to use their growing force and economic power to increase their influence to the point in their region. >> john: trade is win-win on both sides? >> there is political influences and economic dominance. >> john: what does economic dominance means? >> it means the ability in the case of china to impose its will economically on those countries. >> john: they want us to sell us stuff and we wanted to buy stuff? >> i think it goes to the terms of trade and ability of china to get better terms for its side. >> john: you can't force people to buy stuff? >> they can sell and the way they have influenced is to tilt the economic marketplace in their direction. it's the question of trying to calibrate what our interests are worldwide and having the assets and political will power to be able to defend it. it's when people see us as losing our will power, falling in the same kind of decline mode that you see all over europe,
FOX Business
Mar 3, 2013 12:00am EST
. you did have a liberal government. that old line about mixing going to china. i think republicans get a lot of cuts if they were to do their necks invest in china by going for defense cuts. noticing that the cold war is over and saying, we don't need to have a department of offense. let's of the department of defense. john: you work for the navy. if the sequester happens you will be laid off. >> that's right. well, i will get a furlough. john: the e-mail today. >> yes. by the way, i am not objecting to that. we need to have cats. and this -- these cuts are kind of crazy, but they're better than no cuts. and no cuts is what was on the table before. john: i will give you the last word. you moved to america from france because you felt america was better. now we are becoming like france. john: we are becoming like france, would take comfort in the fact that, i mean, france is, in fact a much worse. we talked about the 70% marginal tax rate. also, they have doubled their wealth tax in the last few years . the increased all the taxes that you can think about, and as a result, and you d
FOX News
Apr 2, 2016 5:00pm PDT
is going home, cut a deal with iran and china while you can. >> i think overall it has had that impact. you're sending the message to the rest of the world that you're basically retreating. >> later you meet with president obama and you tell him the way to compensate for force cuts in the next with aer is with blood, more american kids will die because of our decisions. what was his response to that? >> i think he acknowledged it. what i was pitching at a minimum was the world doesn't seem to be getting better. before you head down a path of deep cuts in defense, why don't you take it kind of slow? it was one of those things where i lost the argument. >> i think that he sees the military actually as something that is more dangerous to the world and i think that he looks at us -- i actually do. i think he looks at the united states military and sees it as a threatening application around the world than actually as a useful tool. >> how much more dangerous do you think the world is now than it was seven, eight years ago? >> i think more dangerous. far more doing rus. >> the obama
FOX Business
Feb 20, 2016 8:00pm EST
, you look at what china is doing to us, and japan, and mexico is killing us at the border and with trade. mexico is killing us absolutely. we'll do the wall. don't worry, we're going to do the wall. we're going to do the wall, and by the way, whose going to pay for the wall? mexico is going to pay for the wall. that is very easy. the other politicians come down, you can't get mexico to pay for the wall. i said 100%. we have a $58 billion deficit with mexico, and the wall is going to cost 10 to $12 million okay, and believe me, they will pay it. and a news conference in mexico said we will not be paying for the wall, the press came to me, and they told me that he said he would not pay for the wall. do you have a comment? i said, yes, the wall just got 10 feet taller. [ cheering ] and i love mexico, and i love china and i love many of these countries that rip us off because we have leaders that are incompetent and don't know what they are doing. i love these countries. they are great. i have thousands and thousands of hispanics, and we are going to nevada, and i lead with the hispani
FOX Business
Jun 27, 2015 10:00pm EDT
. >> america owes china 1.3 trillion dollars. how should we pay them back? >> kill everyone in china. >> kill everyone in china? [ laughter ]. >> interesting idea. should we allow the chinese to live? >> yeah! no! >> they will all be killed. >> they're going to all be killed. john: and so on. he's dropped his kids segment. the chinese government complained. >> yeah well, i love that story because it's such a great example of fake outrage. the chinese were not genuinely offended by that. mao almost did kill the chinese, he killed 77 million. if you go to shanghai today, there are giant statues to the man everywhere. and commies walk around with pictures of mao. he makes hitler like an underachiever. jimmy kimmel is a villain for letting kids be kids. john: a word that may offend chinese people. next to a person of asian ancestry. >> you got to fill out this form and you send it in and randomly selected and i don't want to do jury duty. >> no one does. >> i'm filling out the form and my friend said why don't you fill out something inappropriate like i hate chinks. i don't want people to think t
FOX News
May 30, 2011 5:00am EDT
]. >> raise $600 billion over a decade. and so when gas goes up because of the rise of china and other global things people are ready to deal with that. >> what say you? >> li say that the great -- well, i say, when everybody's at the table, everything's on the table. have you to attack everything. bob beckle, i assume you like -- >> very much. your point about your revenue for the gas tax, i know one of my colleagues jumped on that right away. i don't understand why everybody's blue booing. you don't boo big oil for increasing the cost $1 a gallon. and they are talking about sift cents a gallon. the free market has screwed you in the last year. i wouldn't pay a lot of attention to that. i do like your point about -- >> how did the free market screw us? >> because the price of oil, the price of gasoline is artificially high. it is because big oil and speculators. it is! i like the tort reform. there are some democrats who believe there ought to be tort reform. i think it's a very good idea. >> who's the other one? >> my sister. >> sandra? >> demos, i fear what this plan really puts on
FOX Business
Jun 1, 2014 12:00am EDT
yard, that's a lot cheaper. john: the organic market is imported from china. >> grown in disgusting soil, very, very cheap, undercuts the american market. that's the staple in the organic market. john: really, the biggest part of the organic market? >> the fastest part of the organic market is dangerously polluted from china. john: true? >> there is a lot of certified organic items coming from china. i advocate going direct to the farmer. john: am i an evil person because i admit i do what this guy does. >> do you eat organic food? >> no, i think it's overpriced. i think that the grocers are using that as a way to increase prices. my wife is into organic bananas. and sometimes i change the labels. i'll take the organic banana and put it on the regular banana. she doesn't know the difference. >> there are people who recognize the taste difference and the freshness when they get it direct. >> so many studies show there is no taste and freshness difference. it has to do with how it's grown by an individual person and farmer. that's a fallacious argument to bump up prices and justify es
FOX Business
Jun 4, 2017 5:00am EDT
doing now, if all of us buy electric cars that that would make any difference when china won't and india won't, is just silly. >> i don't think it's silly. i agree that the united states cannot solve this unilaterally, but we do live in a global community, john, and it's important we're taking modest first steps. john: you say this is urgent, we face irreversible damage. put up the chart of the predictions versus what's happened so far. because the ipcc's climate models have all been wrong. temperature is supposed to go up. hasn't. >> well, what's happened is the growth rate has moderated. these models have had some issues of accurate predictions, but this isn't a death nell for u.s. industry, i think it's a massive opportunity. john: i think they're a mob, thank you, tyson. if you can join this argument, follow me on twitter, fbn stossel, use hashtag mob rule, or "like" the facebook page so you can post on my wall. >>> coming up, the mob against the koch brothers. a rape culture mob. the buy america mob. >>> next, when there were riots in ferguson, who was the mob? the protesters
FOX News
Feb 2, 2014 6:00pm PST
like sell these t-shirts in china. because of the free market globalization, new technology, some people offer the ability to make even more off their talentses. as a result of that there is growing inequality. look at this video that caught fire on the internet. it will has been viewed 13 million times. >> here's the actual distribution of wealth in erk ma. the poorest americans don't even register. they are down to pocket change. the top 2 to 5 percent are actually off the chart of the scale and the top one percent, this guy, his stack of money stretches ten times higher than he can show. the average worker needs to work more than month to earn what the ceo makes in one hour. >> the level of inequality is wrong especially people on the left like bob beckel. >> you said the free market handles all of this. we shouldn't let the free market do that. it has been in place and income inequality has gotten worse and worse. you ask do people suffer because the ceo's make more money? >> yes. >> the reason that ceo makes 400 times the average worker at the plant makes. if he didn't it wou
FOX Business
Jul 9, 2016 1:00am EDT
the workers were not slaves, they had come voluntarily only because their alternatives in china must have been worse. also containers weren't totally horrible. today trendy americans brag about living in refurbished shipping containers. the chinese trailers weren't up to american standards but the standards hillary wants would have raised costs that would eliminate opportunities and some of the workers would have never gotten the chance to leave china and try to raise their standard of living. our well-intended rules often create nasty unintended consequences. after western media complained bangladeshi workers were abused in sweatshops, many were closed. good said the critic, we stopped the abuse. the child workers who lost their jobs ended up on the streets and some became prostitutes. hillary replied, i heard about that study, but most regulation improves living conditions. this is zoning rules, affirmative action, licensing, she went on and on. she still does that. >> americans need a raise. that's why we must raise the minimum wage. guarantee equal pay for women! [cheers] >> and
FOX News
Jul 28, 2012 10:00pm PDT
harry reid and others are upset that the u.s. olympic committee bought uniforms made in china. >> i think they should take all the uniform, put them in a big pile and burn them and start all over again. they have people i the textile industry desperate for jobs. >> isn't it outrageous when americans need jobs? we buy uniforms made overseas? well, no, actually, it's stupid to worry about that. took me too long to understand the concept. let me bring in professional help. an economist from stanford university. why not worry about sending work to other countries? >> because the fundamental thing about trade tmakes everybody better off t. benefits both countries that are able to engage in disprad both parties that are able to engage in trade. but those uniforms could have been made by american workers? >> nota at a cost that makes sense. we are so much better at so many things, that making garments is no longer what we have a comparative advantage. >> i wouldn't call that a problem, that's an advantage because those job, being a steam stress or working at a loom are factory jobs that ar
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