things in bad times. >> ben. >> spiders. hold on. it hurts sometimes, but you've got to hold on. >> i'll tell you who never hurts. david, he's next. after his big win in new hampshire, bernie sanders promising to help the poor and middle class with government programs. >> we are going to make public colleges and universities tuition free. i believe in a medicare for all single payer program. we must strengthen and expand social security. >> and there were a lot more after that as well, but some saying our big government programs are exactly what's hurting the middle class and having more will make it worse. who's got it right? welcome to forbes on fox. let's go in focus to find out with steve, rich, michael,
carry, bruce jackson and john. so, john, just take a look at federal spending over the past sa years. it has increased enormously and of course, president obama has his proposed budget of $4.1 trillion. which is off of that chart. haven't the past 15 years told us that more government spending just makes it worse? >> of course they do. because government can only spend what it taxes or borrows from us first, so it misallocates it and it's got to be suppressed these policies aren't just bad for the middle class, they're bad for all income classes. i think most americans would agree they'd prefer to work for someone who's prosperous. sanders hates the rich. if you go after the rich, you go after the opportunities of everyone else. >> and you know, bernie sanders, bruce, is not, it's not just republicans saying he's spendinging too much. hillary clinton on thursday night said that. take a listen. >> i think that the best
analysis that i've seen based on senator sanders' plan is that it would probably increase the size of the federal government by about 40%. >> so, bruce, even hillary saying it's too much. >> well, yeah, whether you're, it's sort of like a whack a mole thing in my opinion. if you're, if you have spending more money whether it be on grants or loans or the government providing free tuition, i think it's going to these kids coming out of college for example, they have mountains of debt. that they're unable to pay back and if you don't have them going workforce, i thinke economy, to there could be some medium here and i agree with sanders in the sense we should have a moral obligation to help in some way if they have this mountain of college debt. >> but you've used the word some a couple of times there. steve forbes, there's a lot more than some new spending. take a look at his spending plan. $18 trillion. i mean, there's no ending to it. >> it's going to mane a much higher taxes and taxes are a
burden on the economy. it hurts productive work risk taking sublg success. also, bernie wants to binge on regulation, so in the name of help iing the poor and middle class, bernie sanders economic program, david, is going to make barack obama look like ronald reagan. it's going to truly depress an already hurting economy. >> and rich, to steve's point. incentives matter. you u put more taxes on the business sector, you'll have less business, right? >> that's absolutely right. and the size of government. under reagan and bill clinton, the federal government was about 20% of gdp and the economy grew at over 3%. under george bush and barack obama, about 25% of gdp and we've slowed the 2% growth. now, sanders want to to take it up to 30 to 35% of gdp p. >> and the green sprouts in this economy. the more you have big government, the less of those green sprouts you've got.
>> yes, less rnd, less improvement in the quality of life for every income bracket and regulation is right. it hurts poor people the most because they don't have an army of o lawyers and bureaucrats to pay to compile these regulations an we see this with dodd frank. it's squeezed community banks. that means less banking for small business owners and entrepreneurs. that hurts poor people. especially african-american bankers the most. >> we heard a lot about the american dream from bernie. it's not more government hand outs. it's upward mobility. it's the ability to start a little business without having to work were a boss. it's not a lot about government hand outs, is it? >> that's been the one thing that's differed in the u.s. and other countries. the ability to move up economically. what bernie is proposing has been tried in this country. fdr did it in the 30 '30s. it was a disaster. denmark did it and they have no
economic mobility compared to the u.s. really, the people he's propo proposing to help the most are the ones he's going to hurt. >> it's the american dream, not the european dream that voters want, isn't it? >> we're different. the people who crossed oceans and borders to get here. we want more freedom and i think too often what our side forgets is that government spending is a massive tax. it amounts to paul ryan and nancy pelosi allocating the economy's resources or the talented. reduce that and you get major economic growth. if you go in the reverse, things will get worse. >> not just government. but you're also crowding out the family. as we expand the welfare state, the family has been destroyed. when you put government in the way, that crowds out all other incentives and all other people who are going to be innovating a a way. >> the fact is, sometimes government handouts hurt people. >> here's the deal.
i don't want to start repeating myself and sound like marco rubio, but i will say there's something touche. something has to be done about the mountain of college tet and so, what are you going to do if you have you know, young people out there that are already working full time. making minimum wage or less and they're unable to pay back the debts to these banks, then you look at that, you're going to have another bank bailout down the road, so you have to come up with some ideas here. >> it's not free. that's the point. teachers need to get paid. the buildings need to get paid for. the grounds need to be kept. something has to, something has to pay for it and the question is whether we're going to run out of money to pay for all that free stuff he's offering. >> john said, government doesn't create resources. it spends resources. seizes resources and in terms of college enl kags, it's the government that's made possible these rapid rises of tuition. why can't you do higher
education today in two and a half and three years instead of four years and in term of the coping with the current debts, if you have a vibrant economy, these kids will be able to get jobs and will be able to pay thoeds debts down instead of saying we got to forgive the debts because yu can't get a job anymore. >> and rich, the one thing that bernie says i think the true is that the middle class is getting squeezed. it is a problem for the middle class, but as we've seen with the chart of government spending, that's inspite of the government spending. government has been spends a lot of money as the middle class has been squeezed. is there a relationship or not? >> yeah, there is. i have to give bernie credit he does diagnose the symptoms. you can accomplish a lot more. in fact, a lot more of his hands if you have 4% growth as opposed to 2%, so how do we get 4%? we have to unleash all of this e
entrepreneur talent in the united states. >> getting back to the american dream, we want our kids to do better than us. we have the possibility that not happening now is it just a pipe dream that it ever will happen again? >> there may be a lot of real stupid people out there that are going to think bernie's going to give them stuff for free. really what these young people should be looking for are people running for president that offer them liberty, freedom, the ability to take charge of their own lives. >> good way to end it. thank you very much, gang. the supreme court slamming the brakes on eric prk a's new climate change rules. why some say that slam just saved jobs. that's next.
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natty va facilitfacility. looks like a heated battle. in the supreme court. the epa chief just sayinging this week the high court slamming the brakes on its new climate change rules will not slow it down. saving a whole lot of jobs. how so? >> well, regulations, especially excessive, are economy killers. job killers because they pose burdens on businesses like excessive taxation and what the supreme court is saying you can't do these things like you're king louis. but barack obama's acting like one. the regulatory agencies acting
like one. >> bruce, the epa chief is at least thumbing her nose at the supreme court. she says the decision is not going to slow us down, but that is exactly what the supreme court says. they want people to slow down a little bit and wait until all the evidence is in. >> well, i think that the supreme court, if they had years these regulations were not going to go into places for years, and i think what it does is it potentially hurts our international standing because they think it could derail the paris climate change accord. and also, it gives these, states an excuse not diversify their economy. >> rich, one thing is being heard is a lot of companies, look at the coal stocks. some were done 100%. these companies are getting slammed and of course, jobs are being lost.
>> yeah. and you also have to throw in saudi oil opening up the flood gates into that, too. but look, tina mccarthy, head of the epa is a political hack and a tyrant. no scientific background. no background in the energy industry, but she's is spearhead toward this executive order main area, perpetuated by this president. >> the spum's going to back down or not? >> i don't think so, david. this is the first time in history that supreme court has issued a stay on something that was before federal appeals court. before the appeals court is ruled. i think they've said, you know, dictator obama, enough is enough. we have separation of power this is this country. we have something called evidence that has to be put forth before the court and i really think they've had enough of this. >> well, john, this is not just an academic argument by the way. climate change. there are real jobs being lost
because of the epa's decision. i think we got a chart we could put up. look at this. we have lost one-third of the jobs in the coal industry alone in the past seven, eight years. >> that's why we should like the supreme court stay. mike hits on the important point about separation of powers. the shame here is the supreme court isn't even more activist about keeping the president and congress within institutional lines. if so, we wouldn't worry about who's elected to either office, simply because the president and congress couldn't do much ch this is a very positive step for jobs, economy, freedom, all that. >> also talking about costs. costs to exhuconsumers, low inc families. this will kill the poor family. we see this in europe. germmy spent $2 trillion in trying to clean up their energy, but what ended up happeninging, it jacked up the price for lower income families, so this is just so harmful. in our country, we've had a failed revolution and seen our
emissions start to go down. let's not derail the apple cart here and that's what obama wants to do. >> finally, we're getting a break at the pump. no doubt some of these epa regulars would increase the cost of energy. >> sure it would. they have a hate of oil and gas and not to mention the attacks these politicians want to put on it, so leave the markets alone. natural gas is a clean fuel and in terms of the so-called emission, actually, over time, they're good for agriculture. little warmer air. >> what do you think the american people care more about? global climate change or the cost at the pump? >> well, i agree that cost of the pump is down and the cost is, that's certainly important, but i think over time, people are going to be moving away from these type of coal and some of these other harmful fuels and i think that's going to happen
over time. >> why should they at current prices? current prices just makes no sense. that's why electric cars don't sell well. >> well, you know, but bruce has a point that i think natural gas and oil have come down so far so fast. that gets tangled up in this, but what we should have is a free market. >> that's exactly the point. isn't it? >> yeah, of course. you never know what the market wants. it maybe that we want electric cars, maybe we want gasoline cars, but we know the private profit motive of people will get us what we want if we leave the government out of it. >> that's the last word. the cashing in gang getting ready to roll. eric? >> hey, dave, the liberal media unleashing on trump and his supporters, but will it backfire and give voters the last laugh? plus, with bernie and tonld striking a nerve, one popular comedian saying it's because of our pc culture. can't wait for that one at 11:30. >> thanks, but up first, our
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the reason banks can pay interest in the old days is they were able to lend money to small and new businesses so they could pay spres to their depositors. what the fed has done is a form of rent control. it conforms the markets and those small businesses are the ones that hurt the most and the government reaps the benefit. >> the depositors, we shouldn't have to pay banks in order to take our money. >> i think that the interest rates are all so low, david, i mean, everybody who has a safety deposit box is paying for that. i know this is a real new thing and we don't know much about it, which is unsettling, but i read somewhere that if it lowers the price of currency that it makes exporters happy. and export industry. >> rich, the people, savers are already furious. we are picked off at the fact that we make zero interest. we're supposed to be rewarded for saving money.
instead, we're being penalized and may get penalized even more. >> yes, and you, david, wrote a great piece on that on your website. and this has all kinds of distortive effects. even large, rich company, instead of investing in the future of their companies, are using these low interest rates to buy back their own stock. that's not that productive. >> you're right. in theory, this leasing we've had was supposed to spur investment. it didn't happen. it's punishing the savers. do we want more people stuffing money under their mattresses? that's what we're going to get. >> john,st what's going to happen if we get these negative interest rates? >> in the real world, there's no such thing as zero interest rates or negative interest rate, so positive is that it's going the expose the fed as utterly divorced from the true, real world and it's going to bring about its demise even more quickly than we thought so. the fed is creeping toward irrelevancy. >> to that point, mike, this is
an election year and savers are already getting crushed because of no interest rates. if they have to start paying, there's going to be a voter revolt against what the fed wants to do here. >> and the fed is in a tough spot. either a revolt or another revolt if the fed allows interest rates to normalize, this stock market bubble it's created with its low interest rate is going to continue to burst, so they're in a tough spot. >> it is an election year, but president obama is still president. he wants the fed to do this. because it will make the economy look better. it would make wall street happy because they love cheap money, so what's going to happen? >> well, what you see happening is the feds doubling down ton failure just as the european central bank and bank of japan are doing, which is why the global economy is in such trouble. punk economies lead to ugly politics and that's what we see today. >> this would be another bailout of what main street would have to pay for wall street. this is great for wall street. lousy for main street.
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>> bkx, bank stocks are down 30% from their peek nine months ago. i think they hit a bottom. >> bank profit rs going to get crushed ne two quarter, so stay away. >> that's it. have a great valentine's day. here's eric. >> support trump and your brain dead as republicans gear up for the south carolina primary. the miainstream media attacking the donald and anyone who votes for him. like the new york daily news picturing trump as a clown and calling his supporters mindless zombies. calling him a racist, sexist demagogue, but is it the media's job to attack voters like this? welcome to the crew this week. i think voters might get offended by this. >> i actually think this is good
for trump. you know, lot of these supporters, they know some of the things trump does are polarizing and some people may find it offensive, but when they see how the media react to these thing, it makes them like him more because the way the media reacts is it's so over the top. he says something that's polarizing and they go with, they were calling him hitler at one point. that makes them like trump even more so i think it's a good thing for trump. >> what do you say, jonathan? should the media be attacking? you don't like a candidate, go for it. in your editorial page, but this is attacking going up to the people who follow him. >> well, it's an election, eric. it's an election we're talking about electing the most important man in the world. someone who has just unbelievable influence over our pocketbook, our lives. there was an uproar, how the they didn't vet obama.
that's where a lot f these are being thrown. they're most impactful. gl that's not journal ism if you have the "huffington post" and new york daily news making fun of supporters. that's not their job. >> michelle, you fashion yourself as a citizen journalist and now, you're going to lecture others how to do their job? the media is the people. so if you don't like a certain element of the people, turn it off, refute it or discard it. >> but i think it's not fair for them to go to this rally and really make, they go to these rallies and don't go there to try to understand the story. they go there to make none of trump's supporters. i think that's wrong. i consider myself a journalist, that's not what i do. i don't go to make fun of people. >> social media, there's a line drawn between social media and journali journalism. >> john. >> let's move on. jessica, do you think the new
york daily news made a mistake by attacking trump supporters and "huffington post," for that matter. they've been trashing trump straight through. at one point, they said they're not covering them on their political page or news page. they're going to put him on entertainment. have they backed off that yet? >> i think so. he comes up all too often to have that in the entertainment page, but what i would say in the daily news and "huffington post" here as quite different. i would wouldn't call trump supporters zombies. i think michelle is right. that just encouraging people to like him. they like that about him. but what the "huffington post" did, calling him racist and sexist and a demagogue, that's based on things trump has said and the way he behaves and what the "huffington post" did is ask voters to do some soul searching and i would encourage them to do that same thing. >> let me ask you, you're pretty much free to do anything that's not liable or slander. >> absolutely. >> but do it on your editorial
page. look at the daily news. they put it on the front page. that is a bit of a distinction. is it not is this. >> yeah, and you know, there are a lot of things that names you can call democratic, some of the democratic nominees and democratic politicses. and we don't see these outlets doing this to them. it seems very hard hit towards trump and i don't think it's the job and role of -- >> but trump attacks -- >> very different way than the drak nominees. >> this is the newspaper. newspaper you would want unbiased reporting. >> on the front page -- >> eric, even trump says it's not widely distributed. i feel like i'm in an alternate reality. trump, whatever you want to say, he has been vulgar, relentlessly hateful and if he can't take a little criticism from a paper,
he's kind of -- >> see how he reacted to this. take a listen. >> i can't imagine anybody buying it. he's literally been begging people the buy it. but he's just an insecure guy. he's a loser. >> he was talking about mark zuckerman trying to sell the newspaper. he was approached to buy the paper. i can't imagine anyone buying this. >> that's what we expect from the daily news and from trump. this is now the tone of the campaign. he has in a lot of ways contributed to that. the daily news is famous for covers like this. remember the when god isn't fixing this. the awful terrorist attack in san bernardino. i saw that surprising to meful it's a mindless zombies that upsets me the most. talk about the voters, beat them with with ideas. team them with ideas, not insults.
there are young people who didn't know much about the then senator barack obama, we're sort of dripg iing the kool-aid. see kors like this. i meep, you can go to any candidate -- >> but barack obama didn't say to deport 11 million people or ban -- >> stop, stop. listen, let me go to john. the difference here is these covers, the "huffington post," hit piece and the cover of the new york daily news are going after not trump, but their voters. the people who follow them and that -- >> why, eric? they're absolutely fair game to go after the people who supported candidates. this is not a, don't appoint kings here. the candidates are supported by the public. i think it's perfectly appropriate. and if you're on social media, which i think is important right now, a lot of the trump supporters will call you every name in the book, so this is the marketplace of ideas an honest
ly, you know, trump called mark zuckerman a loser. just glad he didn't use any stronger words to describe him. >> listen -- i'm the first to advocates, i get it, but is it is right thing for a newspaper that's struggling? insulting these guys. donald trump -- saying things like this. >> bill maher claiming they're rocking the boat because americans are sick of political correctness. is he right? we debate, you decide.
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fox news alert. i agree with bill maher on something. saying trump and sanders are winning over voters because americans have been choking on political correctness from politicians for years and they are just sick of it. now, jessica, you're a lefty looney. he's right, but right. >> yeah. i mean, i think this is more an issue on the right than it is on the left. there are certain lines that i think are ridiculous. we have to take down american flags and can't say merry christmas and things like this. in general, the left is not really interested in the kind of straight talk trump is putting up there. the real issue is the independents, those in the middle who may be left leaning and are sick of the pc culture. i take offense to the looney component of the lefty. yeah. macro aggression, not just a micro. >> very well. john thap, howard dean will
defend hillary clinton, the pc culture. to the death. but at least bill maher says it like it is. you know, it is hurting their brand. >> although eric, i think there's a difference between being politically correct and a jerk. former is an excuse for the latter. i don't think it's politically correct as much just stop evadinging reality. so, when the president talks about terrorism, he can't get the words out islamic terrorism and keeps talking about the success of these green energy subsidies, he didn't admit they don't work. today, it wouldn't be a day that lives in inpha my. it would be like helping families and children. >> what do you chalk up the success of sanders on the left and trump on the right? they are similar in that respect that they're outsiders and they're not pc either one of them. >> i would attribute it to an authoritarian streak a lot of o
american voters. >> so, define that. i think there's a certain amount of that. they want to be told how to think, how to feel and how to vote? >> yes. >> fair enough. michelle, you disagree. >> i disagree. i think the reason why people gravitate towards sanders not because of what he's saying is politically incorrect. most of his supporters are the people who want to be in a safe space. people like him because he's challenging the status quo. when it comes to trump, he's doing the same thing. that is his appeal, but it's also because people feel as though they are marginalized. here's trump saying the things they feel in a very non pc way and that is what a lot of them, why they support him. what his appeal is is. it's not authoritarian. >> there is maybe some a little of both. michelle points out the status
quo. status quo has been pc on both sides of the aisle. >> i think that's fair. this is the antisystemic election, right? that's what's going on here on both sides and ted cruz, he's in on this a little bit, too, even though he's a senator, but he's running an antisystemic campaign and saying he's going to turn washington on his head and so proud of how he shut down the government. we're seeing people sick and tired on both sides. think of things thot getting done more than the pc culture. i know that the pc stuff can get annoyinging. >> bill maher has said that might cost democrats the elections. >> it will be because people are unhappy because of obama's presidency, not because of the pc culture. >> john. >> they're consistent as well, eric. sanders is very consistent. maybe it's not pc as much as it's just an appeal to emotion that finds these two candidates together.
bernie, in terms of the help the working poor, but also, trump and the make america great again. i think is appealing to voter's emotion rather than reason. >> bill maher has been a liberal. one thing he's been consistent about, he's always said call islamic terror islamic terror because that's what it is and that is hurting the left. >> it is because it's an issue right now that americans care so much about. they're worried about isis. they're worried about possible terrorist attacks here in the united states and on the left, they don't want to say islamic terrorism. they don't want to go after islamic extremists the way that republicans do, so i think that it's certainly an issue for them. >> we're going to have to leave it there. just a quick note to bill maher. see how we do it? i agree with you and i'm not afraid to show it and if you want to come on, we have a seat open for you. you're invited. and some great news.
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now back the more of cashing in. candidates spending big money on humorous ads to win over voters. one poking fun at hillary, the other at trump.
♪ it feels good to be a clinton a politics always plays the cards right got a crew for the fight on the air waves left dogs in the press ♪ >> i'm going to take your house and when i'm done, park my limo there. >> we wouldn't tolerate these values in our children. why would we want them in a president? >> those examples are from ted cruz, but other candidates are also investing in funny ads to win sloets. now, jonathan, does funny work in political ads? >> i don't think political ads work. there's no correlation between
spending on advertising an winning that campaign, so what matters is consistent, truthful ideas. what candidates the voter wants to represent them and america. and these
aren't that funny. >> michelle, now, a part of me viewer, i'm going to say the word in that ad, it does damn it's good to be a clinton. now, everyone in south carolina, there a lot of these evangelicals who will be offended by that word, are they not? >> i disagree. i think our sometimes very effective. i like the one that cruz made with the children and the imminent domain. it's clever and devastating for trump because it hits him on his character. which is a big issue going into south carolina. i think it's good. if it's funny, actually funny, a lot of them aren't, it's a good thing. >> also in this recent round going sbo south carolina, not beat iing up on the guy, but he had an ad he put out, one of the actresses turned out to be a porn star.
he had to pull the ad back. >> you need to make sure you know the prochings of everyone in your ads. i thought it was interesting cruz decided to use kids again after he got upset about "the washington post" cartoon about his children. in his bedtime story ad earlier on. >> come on, jessica. these are actors. >> time out. there's no red light. go ahead. >> their parents signed off. >> their parents -- i'm just saying i was surprised he used kids again. sfwl. >> they're getting paid and their parents agreed to it. >> fine. >> i didn't think it was particularly funny. i thought the clinton one was funnier. and ted cruz himself is not funny, so i'm not sure how well -- >> jonathan, can you imagine as the last word, that there's going to be around 2 or $3
billion spent on these ads and you don't think they work. >> i guess that's you call that stimulus for the economy. and the research i've shown shows they don't work. what matters to voters is principle, ideas of morality. not their ability to crack a joke. that's what obama seeped to do for the majority of his candidacy. >> and he won. it does work. >> we're going to leave it there. i personally like the funny ads. just me. but i can't agree with you. at ally bank, no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like social media equals anti-social. hey guys, i want you to meet my fiancée, denise. hey. good to meet you dennis.
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i want to say thanks to sour crew for joining us. you can head over to fox news.com to see jonathan's stock picks. time to wake up, america. as the election turns south, apparently, so do the politics. for decades, presidential want to bes spend their year leading up to the election split between iowa and new hampshire. there seems to be a panic for south carolina. one high level politico called it a viper's nest. did you know there's a well funded superpac set up to run negative ads against the gop front-runner and here's the kicker. the our principle superpac is run by a woman named katie packer. she isn't a democrat trying to take down the gop's front-runner. she was mitt romney's deputy campaign manager.
a republican run superpac with the sole purpose of taking down another republican. this is a real problem for me. as you know, i've never liked what the establishment class represents. i often talk about how they're almost as bad as the liberals running d.c., just more whiny about stuff. that usually e liss its hate tweets, peter waner or the goldbergs, jonah and bernie. that's fine. i can take it, but they shouldn't be shooting inside the tank. look, establishment, if you care about america as i do, trump's not your problem. liberals and socialists are. why not use the superpac money to expose liberal politics and for the record, if america chooses bush, rubio or kasich, i promise you,ly support the gop over the liberal garruaranteed. but that's me. in the end, always a team player. by the way, i'll be filling in
for bill o'reilly next week. i hope you join me all week in the no spin zone. have a great weekend, everybody. reason. >> tomorrow newt gingrich. >> more spring fishing. >> happy valentine's day. >> when is valentine's day? >> wild swings. not just hire, but everywhere that's fueling new worries we are swing back into a new recession. are we? this is bulls and bears. the bulls and bears this week welcome to everybody. gary bear, are we looking at another bad recession? >> i think we are every single sign i look at whether you look at macrosigns from