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Joining us three and article.
Actually -- somebody talked the other day about the fact that mustaches are coming back into the American.
-- suspected David Axelrod the White House -- has won a couple of congressman.
Now growing mustaches.
Joining alikes overall the Rivera.
Myself -- -- in my entire life.
Tom Selleck has a mustache.
And our next guest shots that's that's Sasha -- special would actually be better today.
But it's courses jobs hustle from fox business and my friend for many many years have you ever shake yours -- -- My wife shortly before we get married said I'd like to see what you look like without your -- try and as soon as I shaved it off she said okay.
Grow it back you know the late Gene -- when he shaved his off.
Every time I looked at him violates felt like he was missing something that's how important is months and never knew he did that -- -- pretty pathetic if we.
Have to cite David Axelrod and -- USC is on his.
As it coming back in the fashion I don't think we're exactly Lee unilateral ability originals and we've launched a Dr.
Phil -- is up Summers.
But anyway thank you for joining us you got a special Fox Business but what's great about America we know all the things I think we need to be reminded.
More than once right about these things.
Yes and this is my first special on fox so I'm excited about that but.
One out of all the countries why have we done well why does everybody want to come here out.
It's more than that it's that America is a place where you more than other countries get to write the script of your own life.
In other countries you're expected to do with your father grandfather did or what your social class dictates that you do.
People come here say America's place where you can really try stuff and also in business if you fail you're not considered a failure.
In Europe if you failed business you're labeled a failure that you collage you get your pension if your government job in -- people say -- -- -- try again.
Thomas Edison tried a thousand times.
Eventually they invented the light -- you know you go back and you read the Tocqueville in these people who always said that this was the promised land this was where.
These things that you're talking about would come to be.
Was -- because there was so much or oppression.
Before -- -- before people landed here or is it because there's a certain spirit that came with the karma of the place -- just that it was due.
Well I think the fact that it's new in that people had to leave their comfortable homes to come here or not so comfortable homes because there was suppression certainly makes it different we were.
For the most part started from scratch that that's part of -- other things that are good about America.
Limiting government saying we have certain natural rights like freedom of speech.
And we go to Canada and show -- in Canada and Poulter can get couldn't speak at that college we heard about that but -- other cases where.
A magazine tried to publish the Mohammed pictures.
It's history discuss what the rioting was about over the the Danish publication and he was prosecuted by the human rights commission.
We talk about all the racism in America but let's face up to how things have changed not just the election.
Black president but intermarriage is up 20% and what better indication.
Acceptance is there and marriage.
And -- -- somebody a couple months ago we thought about gratitude gratitude lists and that sort of thing a lot of people.
Make these kinds of -- side view -- -- write down things like ill health and family and loved it and house and clothing and that sort of -- they should not take a look at it and be grateful for the things he didn't write down.
And so that's kind of what your specials about us a lot of these things I think people just take for granted because they live here.
And at one of the things you didn't write down line -- -- -- down you know freedom of speech and it right down you know the move from one state and alerted right down at.
Followed merit African woman African American woman it's not looked on upon you know those kinds of -- -- -- America used to be illegal in place in the states.
Another is charity we are just.
Just more charitable than people of the country's.
But much torture -- give ten times what the French do.
Three times as much as Canadians here and it's not clear why that is but part of it may be that.
We are less reliance on government in these European countries -- -- all that's governments.
And government is terrible but private curious much better.
John Stossel who's charitable always with his views and for the most part you're darned good ones for the most part well you know my interview airing all day parts -- -- -- degree -- say.
Yes that's part of America I can disagree about -- -- that you say or don't say that lady thanks for joining us we're excited about place at William.
I don't guided by -- absolutely.
A Fox News Channel or fox is excited about it and I'm excited this is and -- not a great topic -- Hampshire will be more following.
You know there's a mustache institute.
In -- that -- did now the American mustache institute.
And I actually get the emails from the well for them to you know how to set my spam filters stuff -- -- -- -- animal and John special that's -- -- the Freud and split split there's -- of something new.
Alex Stewart Marty called its hostile slower mature bundle these I mean Kobe fossil of to the same effect.
That you're not John -- you don't -- -- -- -- it.
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