If anyone was not already acquainted with the standard fare offered up on Fox every Saturday during their so-called "business block" where they spend week after week trashing unions, the poor and the working class in general, they got a pretty good dose of what watching those shows on a regular basis is like if they caught John Oliver's opening segment on The Daily Show this Thursday.
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 Yappers Go Crazy Over Michael Moore Saying We're Not Broke And The Rich Need To Pay More In Taxes
When Michael Moore comes to Wisconsin to speak out against the amount of income disparity we have in the United States that we've not seen since the Gilded Age, leave it to the yappers on Fox to go crazy and call him every name in the book, and to
The Panel On Cashin' In Bashes The Long Term Unemployed As Lazy Bums That Don't Want To Get Off Their Couches
Oh what a lovely bunch we've got here. Fox's weekend carry over from their sister network Fox Business, Cashin' In hosted a panel segment on the problem we have with long term unemployment. Apparently the problem is not as Susie rightfully noted
From the little bit I've watched of that channel, I suppose this is what their viewers get treated to day after day on the Fox Business Channel. On Fox News' weekend show with some of the regulars from their sister network, Cashin' In, it was one