This transcript is automatically generated
But -- a little fun with spare change today we're joined by our very own David Asman and author and small business expert Susan -- -- thanks for joining us skies.
All first stop the Labor Department spent 495000.
Dollars on stimulus money.
A commercials that aired on Rachel Matt -- Keith Olbermann show is.
They were abdicating the Obama administration's green training job efforts.
More than 100 commercials -- but there's -- here's the real kicker reports show that zero jobs were created.
Is this what stimulus dollars should be spent on David.
-- by the way he's aired in 2000 not but that that the fact is this is preaching to converted out of an older -- and Rachel matter I mean obviously the people watching the show believe it.
So this is a political -- this is this wasn't meant to change but was meant to find jobs and in fact is a Wall Street Journal pointed out.
A lot of the jobs that they say were created by these programs were created all Wall Street Journal tried to find him and couldn't.
Sorry this is that this is pure political ads paid for by taxpayers.
A goose that no jobs outside stimulus dot I now understand exactly why Obama wants to raise taxes.
It's very expensive to run network television ads on liberal media.
Let you know it's indicative of the administration in the way they have no regard for how they spend our taxpayer money wow that's certainly give me a big topic of the topic of the upcoming election I'm sure okay next one yesterday money -- -- Nike's new look Brian X.
Said to cost more then -- 300 dollars now some are outraged over the price tag.
I think -- 315 dollar doesn't actually fifteen dollars and want Nike to pull the plug on the sneakers released issues come with.
Built in electronics that measure how high -- jump and how far they -- in which obviously factors into the cost.
Is it inconsiderate for Nike -- marketing these sneakers to kids in this sort of economy Susan I'll come on get a life it's free enterprise you know.
If people are willing to pay that price and there are people out there who are not enough to pay 300 dollars for kids ten -- years then fine let the market -- You know there are other products that are available that serve the same function sort of like why do you go to JC -- to -- -- -- vs Nordstrom it's the same product it -- you get the same result.
I get a slightly different take units river that rapper that used to -- about food stamps the NBT rapper he was big in this.
He went viral about -- ergo we had a monitor show.
And I looked at -- think -- -- -- you can where does this thing is -- ice and the cost me 300 bucks.
How does a guy who buys 300 dollar tennis shoes qualify for food stamps and I had -- -- I -- that this has look at where they're marketing these shoes did -- Probably yes the parents' fault I mean let's face it -- runs the show here that kids are the parent isn't part of the problem -- -- that this it can encourage staff in some area is in you know we've only had -- asked -- this article -- it's in the look at all the marketing for video games and all of these gadgets that kids have to that.
-- grade schoolers with iPhone so should be -- re buying whatever you -- -- but the point -- you shouldn't qualify for food stamps if you're -- -- we make this on clip of moving on here's an effect of the -- you may not be -- have one plant that's proving to be resilient as marijuana that's right and the Browning a drought stricken -- makes spotting pot plants much easier for crops -- -- today.
In Kentucky police have seized nearly 30000 more plans this year compared to this time last year do you think they're any lessons you guys yet.
-- got a pot had to come up with segments were this year hot hot plus day.
What do went on at a controllable -- You know honestly would their dirt and killing all these plants but what about next year they're gonna grow back.
Why don't they know where the plants are wait to see who comes to harvest the and then makes them arrest instead of spending that money just going -- kids they like out of marijuana but they're not all the potent that there's differences we got to -- there yet judge the potency -- we've got to leave it there.