Category: fox-business/shows/varney-and-co

Stuart Varney: Trump’s hush money trial is a ‘show’ put on by Democrats

During his “My Take,” Monday, “Varney & Co.” host Stuart Varney discussed Donald Trump’s trial for alleged hush money payments to Stormy Daniels, arguing the case is another “spectacle” that makes New York City look worse than it already is. STUART VARNEY: Visitors to New York City these days have to wade through dirty streets, wandering lunatics high on heaven knows what, migrant children hustling…

California McDonald’s franchisee shares struggle with ‘unprecedented’ impact of new minimum wage

California is forcing fast food chains to get creative to afford the state’s new $20 minimum wage.  One McDonald’s franchise owner, Scott Rodrick, is considering higher menu prices and reduced hours, saying that layoffs are the “last thing” he is considering.  “The last 12 days since this unprecedented law impacted franchisees in California has literally been a whirlwind. Frankly, it feels like an eternity,” Rodrick…

Varney: Encouraging mediocrity is profoundly un-American

During his “My Take,” Thursday, “Varney & Co.” Stuart Varney addressed the work habits of today’s labor force, arguing that ambition and prosperity are being frowned upon by socialist lawmakers and institutions that think working hard is a health risk. STUART VARNEY: Working hard is out of style.  Climbing the career ladder is OK so long as it doesn’t interfere with your work-life balance.  JOB…

Varney: Biden’s White House seemingly has little time for Christianity

During his “My Take,” Monday, “Varney & Co.” host Stuart Varney criticized Biden for designating Easter Sunday “Transgender Day of Visibility” after the White House banned religious-themed designs from its traditional Easter egg art contest. STUART VARNEY: In about 20 minutes, the annual Easter egg roll begins at the White House. It may be a little different this year. RELIGIOUS-THEMED DESIGN BANNED FROM WHITE HOUSE…

Ex-merchant marine captain warns there is ‘no way of controlling’ cargo ship with mechanical error

A former merchant marine captain – who’s traveled in and out of the Baltimore port “a number of times” – explained what happens when a mechanical error occurs on cargo ships.  “When you look at these incidents, typically you’ll look at human error, you’ll look at mechanical error and possibly some sort of security concern. At initial glance, it looks here like it is a…