Yeah, the Shutdown was Unnecessary

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Posted: Oct 18, 2013 12:01 AM
Yeah, the Shutdown was Unnecessary

On the one hand, the US left has something right: The Shutdown was unnecessary. But, let’s face it, most of them have no interest in doing what it would take to avoid another crises. Charles Payne, Fox News business analyst, also joined the program to discuss the market in depth.

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Show Prep:

Charles Payne, Fox News business analyst, joined the show to talk about what is working (and not working) in today’s market.

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Big Three:

Other News:

LA Times has decided to censor opposing points of view. . . Which is ironic, given that many would-be customers have decided to censor the LA Times entirely from their lives. (Poynter)

Oh, really? So the Park Service decided it was a good idea to shutdown open air memorials? (Free Beacon)

A mugging was thwarted when the would-be-victim claimed to be a part of the NSA internship program. (And, in all fairness, that would scare the hell out of me too.) (Washington Examiner)

Really, Bloomberg? You mean the guy that turned Apple into the most profitable company on the face of the planet, Steve Jobs, might have actually had a vague idea of what he was doing? (Bloomberg)

The Program in its entirety: