The Dow Jones Industrial Average set its 26th record high of the year on July 19, prompting Fox Business anchor Stuart Varney to check in on the “Trump rally” and how much it boosted American wealth.
The rally began after Donald Trump’s presidential victory brought optimism that he would pursue tax reform and other pro-growth economic policies.
At Fox Business Network on Monday, Stuart Varney interviewed Zane Tankel, the Chairman and CEO of Apple-Metro Inc., the New York City metro area Applebee's franchisee. While discussing the impact of minimum-wage laws on his business, he effectively brought up another law, the one in economics known as supply and demand, informing Varney that "We have 1,000 less servers this time this year than we had this time last year."
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell appeared on Fox Business, Thursday, to slam political journalists as unhinged in their commitment to the “absolute destruction” of Donald Trump. Talking about a new MRC study showing 89 percent of the President’s press has been negative, Bozell attacked, “This is not a press that has any interest in objective truth. This is a press that is committed overwhelmingly, almost unanimously... to the destruction of Donald Trump.”
Brent Bozell on Thursday denounced the “willing participants” in the “far-left” media who are plotting to completely destroy Donald Trump’s administration. Appearing on Varney and Co., the Media Research Center President underlined just how unhinged journalists have become: “They are willing participants in a far-left that I believe that Joe Lieberman doesn't recognize, that I believe George McGovern wouldn't recognize, and I believe Ted Kennedy wouldn't recognize.”
Fox Business host Stuart Varney nearly lost it when his CEO guest was unable or unwilling to see his own hypocrisy on taxes. Varney, who heads up Varney & Company, blasted Dal LaMagna, CEO of Icestone USA, for arguing that the wealthy need to pay more in taxes. “The Patriotic Millionaires, who I am a group of, and Responsible Wealth members, we are all feeling like we could pay more taxes” LaMagna said on in an interview March 31. Varney repeatedly asked the millionaire CEO why he doesn’t act on his feelings. “Why don’t you pay more in taxes? You could just write a check. Why don’t you?” LaMagna excused his inaction by saying “it would be like me putting a drop in the ocean.”
On Friday, a new Media Research Center study by Mike Ciandella and Rich Noyes made the rounds on multiple Fox News Channel (FNC) and Fox Business Network (FBN) programs, topped off by a Noyes appearance on FBN’s Cavuto: Coast to Coast.
It is getting harder to downplay the recent stock market rally, but The New York Times tried to keep it quiet. Fox Business Network anchor Stuart Varney blasted the Times’s lack of coverage of what he called the “Trump stock market rally.” Varney pointed out on Feb. 27, that the Business section of the Times from the day before ignored the market’s historic gains since Trump’s election. His media criticism came just hours before a 12th straight record day for the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
$100 trillion for a 0.3 degree temperature drop. That’s a price tag that sounds acceptable to liberals, but not to everyone. An economist and environmentalist who says man-made climate change is real still argues that is “an incredibly expensive way to do almost no good." Self-proclaimed “skeptical environmentalist and” president of the Copenhagen Consensus Center Bjorn Lomborg appeared on FBN’s Varney & Company on Feb. 14, to discuss The Paris Agreement. He advised the new president to drop the agreement and focus on other solutions. He also criticized the expense of the deal, for what it would supposedly do to temperatures.
According to Brent Bozell, liberal journalists would rather “cause mayhem” in the country than allow Donald Trump to be successful. The Media Research Center President appeared on the Fox Business Channel, Monday, to discuss the non-stop hostility in the press against Trump.
Now that a liberal third party candidate could potentially help Hillary Clinton, journalists have suddenly discovered her. That’s the message Brent Bozell delivered as he appeared on the Fox Business Channel, Tuesday, to blast the networks for only caring about Jill Stein when she could aid Clinton.
In the midst of liberal journalists praising the Fidel Castro dictator it is refreshing to hear a member of the media tell the truth about the murderous dictator. Fox News contributor and Washington Times columnist Mercedes Schlapp told the story of how her father and his compatriots were treated in Castro’s Cuba on Monday’s edition of FBN’s Varney & Company: “The military and the regime took over my father’s businesses, took over his home. My father stood up against the regime and he was thrown into jail for six years. He was a political prisoner for speaking up against the Castro regime. He saw many of his friends die, they were executed by a firing squad.”