Here is video of Fox Business Network’s Stuart Varney discussing several New Jersey Union Workers who have been suspended for calling in sick in order to participate in a protest to support the Union effort in Wisconsin against Gov. Scott Walker. According to Varney, the workers had jobs that involved transporting people, including the elderly and the disabled, to doctors and other places. They were reportedly left without transportation as a result.
Varney talked with New Jersey Republican State Senator Joe Kyrillos about the situation, but went beyond that to also discuss how New Jersey is approaching collective-bargaining rights with public sector worker unions. Kyrillos said the GOP and Gov. Chris Christie are trying to reform pension and health care legislation to avoid taking away collective-bargaining rights. Stuart Varney disagreed strongly with the State Senator, telling him it won’t work – that in the end, they must take away collective-bargaining for taxpayers to be fairly represented and treated in the negotiations with unions.
Bob Beckel gets upset at Pamela Geller when she says he is “carrying water for the most radical, intolerant ideology in the world today.” Beckel responded, “You better be very careful. You’re a woman, you better be very careful about saying who I carry water for, because you have no idea what you’re talking about. And don’t start putting me in the middle of your crap!”
H/T: The Lid
Sarah Palin and Ron Paul discuss and debate various issues on a lengthy Fox Business channel appearance hosted by Judge Andrew Napolitano. At around 16:20 into the video Rand Paul also appeared and joined the discussion.
Via The Right Scoop
On Don Imus’ show, Chris Wallace says it would be “poetic justice” for Fox News to receive Helen Thomas’ seat.
On Fox Business channel, Jesse Jackson discusses his call for a nationwide “boycott” of BP gas stations. Jackson called the oil spill Barack Obama’s “responsibility,” but he said, “It’s not his fault.” At around 2:00 into the video Jackson made a bizarre statement, saying, “Some will have mercy on BP, but they’re bigots.”
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