a harder line with the gender card today. >> just remember, there is a special place in hell for women who don't help each other. [cheers and applause] jo ling: and you will be able to hear how secretary clinton is defending her comments and of course, stay with us for the next 24 hours. neil cavuto will bring you live coverage of our nation's first primary tomorrow, tuesday, february 9th, starting at 7:55 p.m. eastern time. before 8:00, we will have the results as they come in. stay with us. >>> markets in the red across the board. bouncing up a little bit at the closing bell with the dow closing down 117 points. money manager gary kaltbaum is with me now. gary, what on earth do you do after a day like today? >> xanax, prozac, anything else you can get your hands on. here is what happened. first off the big picture. we remain in bear market for stocks. 2015 was topping out process of the six to seven-year bull market. now we're just going through the process. we are dropped the nasdaq, believe it or not, since thursday's high, 7.3%. less than three days of trading. probably toda
. >> it's unfortunate that the city of seattle seems hell bent on these one-size-fits-all, cookie cutter approaches to wage and hour issues x i think this is going to be one more straw that breaks the camel's back. >> reporter: despite these dire warnings from some economists and others, the city council seems poised to be going forward with this, and many expect to have this ordinance, this livable schedule ordinance n place by the end of the year. gerri: dan, thanks for that reporting. amazing story. so can companies really afford to make these concessions; that is, to lower wage workers. joining me now, mat welch. this is just amazing to me. not only do you have to pay $15 an hour, you can't even set your own schedule. what's your reaction? >> what i like is they want to have more hours themselves before they can hire new people. it's being explicit there. i got mine, but you -- who dot no have -- do not have a job -- to hell with you. this is what minimum wages do. when they were first introduced a century ago by progressives as a by to keep out -- way to keep out undesirable labor.
going to support assad come hell or high water. and we can talk all we want but as soon as he meets his tactical strategic objectives, he's not going to quit. he has the upper hand, and he knows he has the upper hand, notice it's not a cease-fire but cessation of hostilities, what happens is they still, the russians, and the syrian government and allies get to fight for another week. once they recapture, it's over as far as the rebels are concerned because now they can cut off the supply lines from down from turkey. so we're about to hand him strategic victory. cheryl: so, captain gnash, if it was captured, you'll say that assad will stay in power and the russian will have won. >> yes. that's what i'm saying. and they will press north up the roads. they've already taken some vigils in the north part of the province, which is really key and the main road that leads up to turkey. they've already taken a couple of vigils. they need to cleanup a little bit more but they're pressing along, we've withdrawn, the russians increasing their air strikes, the turks shelling the kurds. and once
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