By Lisa Kennedy Montgomery Published September 18, 2018 Opinion FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Democratic socialists falling for the lies of the cruel anti-wealth movement: Kennedy FOX Business’ Kennedy discusses the benefits of capitalism. Democratic socialists have slowly been pecking away at basic freedoms lately, winning primaries and intrigue as they soften the edges of a treacherous political system that's riddled with consistent failure. Capitalism is cruel and unfair, and once you've squeezed the last drop from its million-dollar teat, you have to abandon the principles that made you rich in order to be liked by people less blessed. Continue Reading Below Say yes to authoritarian government monopolies, bleats Jim Carrey. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez demands the middle class have their tax burden doubled and their economic mobility deflated because health care and college are too expensive, but no matter how … [Read more...] about Why young people are swayed by socialism: Kennedy
By Lisa Kennedy Montgomery Published September 10, 2018 Politics FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Jim Carrey tells Democrats to ‘say yes to socialism’ FBN’s Kennedy discusses how actor Jim Carrey urged Democrats to embrace socialism, during his appearance on “Real Time with Bill Maher.” It must be hard being Jim Carrey. His precipitous fall from comedic grace has climaxed in a sad thud as the once brilliant rubber-faced comic has transformed into an unfunny, thick human hemorrhoid. Continue Reading Below Carrey took his talents to Bill Maher this weekend to extoll the virtues of socialism. What do these rich idiots not understand about socialism whose supposed truth is more virtuous than freedom? Socialism is antithetical to freedom, because when it breeds and thrives, people die. The promise of socialism is a lie. Democrats apologize for this Marxist utopia because it's a proven failure with … [Read more...] about FBN’s Kennedy: Why Jim Carrey is wrong about socialism
POLITICS 09/06/2018 12:40 pm ET About 1.5 million people can't vote in Florida because of a felony conviction. A proposal on the ballot this fall could change that. By Sam Levine Andrew Gillum needs the support of black voters to become Florida’s first black governor. But he faces a major obstacle: A provision of the Florida Constitution with Jim Crow–era roots prevents more than 1.5 million Floridians — a disproportionate number of whom are black — from voting at all. Like three other states, Florida permanently blocks people with felony convictions from voting. But the state’s process for restoring voting rights to people who have served their time is uniquely harsh: Felons can win back their voting rights only by appealing directly to the governor and other state officials. It can take years to win a hearing. Because of this, Florida is home to more disenfranchised felons than any other state. In 2016 the policy blocked more than … [Read more...] about He Could Be Florida’s First Black Governor. A Jim Crow-Era Law May Stand In The Way.
The Kennedy family is mourning the loss of Christopher Lawford.Lawford's rep confirmed the sad news of his death to ET on Wednesday. Aside from being known for his famous family -- Lawford was the son of the late John F. Kennedy's sister, Patricia Kennedy, and actor Peter Lawford -- Lawford had acting roles on multiple hit TV shows including Frasier, General Hospital and All My Children. His movie roles included Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines and Thirteen Days, which interestingly enough, featured his famous uncles, John and Robert Kennedy, as characters.Lawford was 63 years old. According to Lawford's cousin, Patrick J. Kennedy, the actor died of a heart attack. 16 PHOTOS Christopher Lawford See Gallery Christopher Lawford BEVERLY HILLS, CA - SEPTEMBER 09: Author Christopher Kennedy Lawford arrives for the Annual Brent Shapiro Foundation For Alcohol And Drug Prevention Summer Spectacular at a Private Residence on September 9, 2017 … [Read more...] about John F. Kennedy’s nephew Christopher Lawford dead at 63
President Trump announced Tuesday night that Brett Kavanaugh, a federal appellate court judge based in Washington, D.C., is his pick to replace outgoing Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy — a nominee who, if confirmed, will cement a conservative majority on the nation’s highest court.Trump made the announcement from the East Room of the White House.Kavanaugh worked closely with independent counsel Ken Starr during Starr’s Whitewater investigation of President Bill Clinton. As documented in the latest episode of the Yahoo News podcast “Skullduggery,” Kavanaugh debunked the conspiracy theories that the Clintons were responsible for former aide Vince Foster’s death before becoming the primary author of the report laying out the case for Clinton’s impeachment. Kavanaugh was concerned with the more explicit sexual details of the report and attempted to redact them just before its publication.One of the possible grounds for … [Read more...] about Trump announces his pick to replace Justice Kennedy on Supreme Court