Didn’t you just know that Fox News would find a way to turn Donald Trump’s wildly inflammatory nuclear threat to North Korea into President Obama’s fault?
Alex Jones is now a go-to source of information for Fox News and he's uncovered an evil plot by Google to hide the body count of all the victims of the Clinton murder machine.
Fox news and Fox Business hyped a bogus story by conspiracy theorists Alex Jones, who alleges that Google has changed its algorithm to protect Hillary Clinton from the many deaths he believes is linked to the Clintons.
Anyone who frequents this blog even if you don't watch Fox at all, knows how terrible a lot of their "business block" coverage is on Saturday mornings because I try to make a habit of posting at least some of it when I've got the stomach for or the time to watch any of it. This was another typically horrid segment with Cashin' In host Cheryl Casone opening up the show by saying there is a "new debate" over whether spending on "entitlements" are "doing damage to America."
Our friends over at News Hounds flagged this segment from Saturday's Cashin' In on Fox News and par for the course on that show, they opened it up with attacking the poor and those suffering from the economic consequences of the recession and were
From part of Fox's "business block" on Saturday mornings, Cashin' In, the topic for discussion was whether or not eight states raising their minimum wage on January 1st is going to help or harm the economy. Naturally a couple of the panelists, Tracy
The inclusion of lonely liberal Sally Kohn on this week's Cashin' In on Fox News, almost made this segment watchable... almost. Kohn was ganged up on five to one by host Cheryl Casone and panel members Jim LaCamp, Jonathan Hoenig, Tracy Burnes and Wayne Rogers.
On this Saturday's Cashin' In, the topic of Ron Paul wanting to completely eliminate five of our government agencies was brought up during one of their panel segments and apparently their regular Jonathan Hoenig has decided to turn full-blown
Fox's Hoenig: Children Would 'Do Better On The Streets' Than In Union Dominated Public School System
While discussing the fact that a large number of school districts across the country have now decided to start operating on a four day schedule because of budget constraints, Fox Cashin' In contributor Jonathan Hoenig jumps the shark so badly during
Here we go again. Whether it's bashing the long term unemployed as lazy, wanting to replace government workers with welfare recipients, calling for getting rid of Social Security, or comparing those who receive food stamps to crack cocaine addicts,
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