Halftime Report: 1/4/13
TV's Andy Levy puts the 'ombudsman' in 'Red Eye' ombudsman
- Duration 10:36
- Date Jan 4, 2013
TV's Andy Levy puts the 'ombudsman' in 'Red Eye' ombudsman
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Back to find out if we get -- around so -- that -- -- needed to be handy flagrant or the right banks get paid him.
Such -- golf -- aren't.
That's sort of your motto isn't a hit it definitely.
On any public transfer to a -- An hour ago that you'll never catch me.
Our recession babies prone to being delinquent -- Jimmie said the study smacks of telling people they shouldn't have children during tough economic times and it's sort of almost pro abortion.
But to be fair there's nothing like that and the actual study some people might look at this study and decide no I'm not gonna have a kid W -- went out on the researchers are.
Well just seems curious that is -- so -- potentially the actual numbers seem so inconsequential.
Thing a lot of 6% year than 8% there.
That's always -- own bias I will concede garment they just seems like there's always this reason not to have -- and not a ball than it.
Don't bring a child into this world it's all -- -- lead to -- analysts crap.
I told me good game and imagining things that he came -- and said that.
The opposite like that who is the best I've ever loved -- jagged -- you're gonna have five -- -- a year and a half and I thought wouldn't go -- I Greg is like this it said like.
With the opposite nick.
But what -- -- yeah what's the opposite of having fewer kids way.
Don't I was actually going to need a new direction but it was hijacked at a different point to make it.
I would say they would use any conclusion to say not decades.
Hit it sounds like I don't -- that we approve it.
So they can only subject says that abortion was pretty for the claimed me and all this time that was clearly refuted -- -- -- he took a pot.
How they got the wrong -- -- No one talks about the reputation that some one -- but they focused on the economic thing because I don't know that as well that.
We came at a easily hit terrible.
And that's what stuck and -- statements non I think bloody and cut.
I'm -- you said it's pretty this study is pretty much telling us the obvious and where you agreed saying you've seen it more good people commit crimes and stressful economic times.
But I don't I'm not saying look it will commit Claude Henderson says I'm saying that the stress.
Will impact how they interact with their children about loving the -- can't help -- needed to -- -- less attention of the wrong kind of attention and write it and -- children the very -- no I don't doubt that that -- My -- and that's why I said Randy you said.
Before so that part always yeah that was listening.
Yeah I created in my and I just took it one step further -- -- and my point is.
It'll be a -- to see if I get it this will hold true for kids born during this recession as as it has apparently -- just one of the eighties.
This recession destined to be the first times -- forward to that crime rates haven't gone up during an economic downturn and sentencing got that's got points for the study -- it.
Perhaps not accurate.
We don't we knew what would we won't know -- that the -- and -- and professor -- yeah international bloody obese on food stamps that -- live.
Maybe that's entirely not possible yeah absolutely I read your games he has told -- she -- -- go in and it kinda got kind of -- and lately there are -- there aren't.
I don't know if they're actual studies but there is some thought that video games by keeping kids indoors after school does lower juvenile crime -- I've seen not study -- it's called the meets next.
-- -- -- A study pennies video games are often making it more violent and aggressive so we have other places -- Arizona's starting obesity those are either crap from.
Well you can also get -- out of mind -- and Ernie had a couple you pay attention.
You could also say that who warn kids of the great depression and -- him.
-- You know -- guiding his dad.
No that's old -- and -- the pro with a -- is that because.
And I really easy stuff and authorities I was Atlanta -- guys Daniel stopped today federal deeds and but I didn't do math on the depression era when you're not going to -- -- -- you know the ones you -- past.
Greg you've been -- with the idea that in -- economic times some good people could be you know perhaps driven to crime.
You -- such -- you're there it's disgusting -- Wasn't here as well I'm not easy references the the French baritone my misguided looking justice and a little thing and I like to call -- it is.
-- -- that I'm not uniting us.
The little that I thought that he injured there silent and by the way I -- -- group who anything unless it's the weekend and I'm out on the town.
-- Terrific and it's a case.
Six year old suspended for pretending easterners are gone Mikey said this is not a bold stance are -- -- -- job -- you mention that little -- turning anything that little kids will turn anything into a pretend weapon.
And in fact little Rodney lynch as I'm calling the kid -- It's.
A little Rodney which his family's lawyer says that guy he's never been around a gun doesn't even know -- -- -- We're back to my house because my -- -- Kansas surrounded by by toy guns I'm -- I want it I heartily their fingers yeah I find it hard to believe a six year old doesn't know what a -- is I can understand -- he's never been around one but he probably doesn't.
Placid for violating my grandchildren go to school in Brooklyn you know -- -- -- -- -- I guess you -- have bad.
You know luckily got some relevant sense is no opposed sending it thing nick Connie cool that's in school or did he can't -- -- So called some Romans is -- yeah.
It's the bottom line is that every parent should not care what the kids are doing their fingers and telling -- about roughly there's no car on things they do anything for the -- got.
Oh yeah Toronto I don't -- -- thought I did well yeah.
It does -- -- -- in the next story please.
Represent the kid that some from.
I had no intent to harm which obviously I agree with the worst part of this isn't even that little -- lynch got suspended.
Its after school is saying he threatened to shoot a student.
The birth of oh thank you for us obviously agreeing with what I faster and taken -- all this that this school is.
It's reacting to.
Such an awful tragic situation that we've all felt a reaction to -- -- -- there's no excuse.
No I well I -- there.
If they did nothing that you know that there is one annoying parent in -- -- is gonna call the school and say we heard that little Jimmy.
Pointed his finger pretended like -- has -- little it's little Rodney lynch yeah.
Now I think that they are.
You know responding from a place emotion and -- my fear of litigation how to.
At this -- -- and apparently when the kid was in that -- little Rodney which was in the principal's office.
A and they asked him what video games he played whether -- family owned a gun -- questions like that.
That's not surprising at all I think there trying to make a connection too that's pretty good today didn't question his kid -- without his parents there.
-- yet what labor candidate read this who can do that he's in prison -- office.
Get -- thought would happen didn't it trying to make a connection and learn about why kids.
Brought to do these terrible thing and it is just taking it entirely too far until yet the public school system says the.
Column it's that western style -- bond and is hundreds of things to come.
-- -- -- -- By the way some people are claiming that there was actually a second finger garner enough.
-- -- I mean that's why we're doing this whole segment we'll never know what I don't know if they'll laugh joke on us saying we may never know what -- yeah and magic finger bulletins.
Out here -- its current.
-- said nobody is watching either network in the US while Al-Jazeera America which will be this new network doesn't even exist yet so that's not.
You know what I meant.
One because it's also not fair to say about Al-Jazeera English because I get to a point that Greg -- Greg he's had the joke is it out as yours paying half a billion dollars here.
But the thing is better -- -- they're not paying for current TV they're paying for the access to the cable and satellite companies.
That they will have because those companies have contracts with current that run a couple more years left -- -- is worth the money to.
Is it really it's just because I wanted to know they're paying for our they're paying for access needs I know that feeling when you're.
Do you think -- that there -- some cable companies that won't even.
Air at this time.
Think Time Warner had they had to deal with current I think it was where they could they could get out if current sold.
And they've chosen to exercise that right there's a feeling though that they will probably.
Where there's a chance at least that they will restart how does your -- at a lower.
Rate than they were then they were paying current.
I think a big picture -- an interesting angle atmosphere is another bad my own continent Europe and Scandinavia it's just.
My -- -- miles of satellite dishes.
With Adams and Muslim -- and what should -- local news and because I've not encouraged to assimilate and they don't even like that host country.
And I think we're seeing that -- and give one much against both from coast to coast yet so the fight Al-Jazeera confederate that's a good investment.
So -- how many people he had.
That taught him and to put suit as -- yeah.
Cost of American -- -- of them.
But -- -- -- that's not entirely fair because for example like Al-Jazeera English had really good coverage of the Arab Spring.
Because it's their neighborhood they know it.
I -- -- times you know then you would want to watch out -- America not because you're interested in being Muslim or definitely shouldn't but that's not what they're going forward they make this investment and going for that people.
And going I'm not -- things I'm actually not charge -- with that I think they're going for I think they're going for Americans in general.
All I think -- have -- -- I need now I think I think they want to be OK okay what are you get a double sat enjoying out of spring.
They are looking -- it means to be viewed as you click on every day.
We're looking thought -- -- CNN.
That's one colon and have suffered yet -- -- Are you carrying out there looking information herein that are not so looking -- a regular viewers should know what -- just got that those in but that's going to be here at CNN.
How are -- I'm not very many good people as possible.
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