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Topic - Neil Cavuto
Rep. Michele Bachmann and Fox News host Neil Cavuto exchanged some angry fire during a recently broadcast show over the feasibility and sense of Speaker John Boehner's announced lawsuit against President Obama.
Former Texas Rep. Ron Paul took to the Fox Business Network Monday to weigh in on the ongoing feud between his son, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
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Dennis Van Roekel, president of the largest teachers union, the National Education Association, failed fifth-grade math last week. The question he failed is: If X (government spending) is growing faster than A (government tax revenue) plus B (new revenue from higher tax rates on "the rich"), when will A plus B equal X?
Behold: Sarah Palin and Herman Cain will visit Fox Business Network anchorman Neil Cavuto Tuesday night to weigh in on a presidential primary drawing a global audience — where the economy trumps all and a third-party interloper may be an uncomfortable reality.
With jobs and the economy the No. 1 voter concern of the year, anchor Neil Cavuto leads midterm election coverage on the Fox Business Network this week — parsing the dollars, sense and nonsense of politics at a pivotal time.
"When things are bad, voters are mad. And when things are really bad, they're vindictive. Republicans found that out the hard way two years ago. I suspect now it's Democrats' turn," Mr. Cavuto tells Inside the Beltway.
"Well, think about what you're saying," he nearly shouted, The Blaze reported. "Defund the executive branch, congresswoman. I think Democrats will be in their right mind to laugh you out now."