Jonas Max Ferris

Fox Pundit Asks If America Should Eliminate Minimum Wage Because Switzerland Doesn't Have One
The pundits on Faux "news" continue to cheer for a race to the bottom on wages in the United States. Read more...
Fox Panel Bemoans Lack Of Consumer Spending - Ignores Need For Minimum Wage Increase
When they're not busy attacking poor people, or unions, one of the favorite pastimes of these Fox "business block" pundits on Saturdays is to use any excuse they can find to call for lowering taxes on rich people. Read more...
It wouldn't be a Saturday morning on Fox "news" if they didn't have at least five or ten of these type of segments their so-called "business block," bashing unions and blaming workers for the problems with our economy. And as always on these shows, Read more...
Another Saturday, another week for members of Fox's Saturday morning "business block" to sit around and promote a race to the bottom for American workers. This segment the topic was President Obama's new pick to lead his Council of Economic Advisers, Alan Krueger. Their issue with Krueger? He supports increases in the minimum wage, which they naturally start fearmongering over, even though there's not a chance in hell we'd see another increase with the makeup of this current Congress. Read more...
On Fox's Bulls & Bears, after having a really ridiculous discussion about whether President Obama was "fearmongering" or not when he said he could not guarantee that Social Security checks would go out if our members of Congress were actually irresponsible enough to allow the United States government to default on our debt guest Caroline Heldman points out that it would more likely be things like unemployment, housing and food stamps that would end up getting cut. To which we got this screaming reply by one of their regular guests, Tobin Smith. Read more...

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Fox is at it again, bashing unions. Of course the panel on Bulls & Bears thinks this is a fantastic idea other than their one out-gunned "Democratic strategist" -- GM may link vehicle quality, employee pay incentives. This might be a good time for a Read more...