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Fox host asks if Warren Buffett is ‘completely a socialist’

In Eric Bolling’s mind, Warren Buffett may be a socialist now. That skepticism was shared by the Fox Business News host after the renowned billionaire again stated in a New York Times op-ed on Monday that the rich needed to pay more in taxes. In a heated debate with Columbia…

Fox host asks if Warren Buffett is ‘completely a socialist’

In Eric Bolling’s mind, Warren Buffett may be a socialist now. That skepticism was shared by the Fox Business News host after the renowned billionaire again stated in a New York Times op-ed on Monday that the rich needed to pay more in taxes. In a heated debate with Columbia…

Flash mob loots Maryland 7-Eleven

About 30 teens calmly entered a 7-Eleven in Germantown, Maryland after 1:45 a.m. Sunday and began to systemically loot it. Police have released surveillance video with the hope of identifying suspects. Watch this video from NBC Washington, broadcast Aug. 15, 2011. View more videos at: http://nbcwashington.com.…

Perry threatens Bernanke: ‘Almost treasonous’ to print money

Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) appears to be taking a cue from Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) and criticizing the Federal Reserve for doing what it was designed to do: creating currency. At a recent fundraising event in Iowa, Perry was asked how he feels about the Fed and chairman Ben…

Home Depot flexes muscles against Lowe’s

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Home Depot Inc , the world’s largest home improvement chain, raised its fiscal-year profit forecast for the second time in three months on Tuesday as timely promotions and renewed focus on cheaper products helped it gain market share from rival Lowe’s Cos Inc . Home Depot…

Wal-Mart profit up, U.S. same-store sales fall

CHICAGO (Reuters) – Sales at Wal-Mart Stores Inc’s U.S. discount stores open at least a year fell 0.9 percent during its second quarter, marking the ninth straight quarterly decline as it tries to lure back bargain hunters. The world’s largest retailer said on Tuesday that it earned $1.09 per share…

Beaten baseball fan making progress

Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan brutally beaten outside Dodger Stadium on baseball’s opening day, has made “significant improvement,” his doctor said Monday. Stow, who suffered serious brain injury in the attack, is awake and breathing on his own, doctor Geoff Manley said. Manley, the chief of neurosurgery at…

Biden heads to China to woo next Chinese leader

Vice President Joe Biden heads to China in hopes of winning favor with the rising power’s next leader, seeking a smoother relationship after Beijing’s sharp criticism of US fiscal policy. Biden will spend five days in China, an unusually long trip that comes at the invitation of Vice President Xi…

Obama, 2012 Republicans clash on jobs

President Barack Obama has told Republicans to stop playing games that hurt the US economy, but his foes mocked his “Magical Misery” tour by bus through key Midwest swing states. Reeling from one of the bleakest patches of his crisis-strewn presidency, Obama on Monday boarded his new $1.1 million Secret…

Warren Buffet signals successor has been chosen

American billionaire Warren Buffett has indicated that a successor to head his Berkshire Hathaway firm has already been “agreed on” and could step in as soon as the investment guru retires or dies. “There’s several people, but there’s one person they’ve all agreed on,” Buffett, speaking of his holding company’s…

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