Unfortunately, the rule that once you enter the security area you can't leave without being scanned is supported by a ruling from IIRC the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. They basically went through some tortured logic and concluded that if you could leave after being asked to go through a pat down then terrorist could just keep trying different airports until they were able to get through without the extra screening. It was ridiculous logic and the ruling actually said "in a post 9-11 world" which shouldn't matter because the 4th amendment was not modified post 9-11.
But FOX is not one channel. There are multiple channels that are being dropped. FOX News, FOX Sports (many, many different channels), and FX are all being dropped I believe. It isn't the entire lineup, but there are quite a few channels being dropped. It's especially obnoxious for locals where are the local sports teams are on the local FSN affiliate. (I'm from St. Louis and we are having a similar fight between Dish Network/Mediacom and Fox Sports Midwest that is blacking out all Blues games).
I think you are correct in that this may not be a clear case of fair use. That said, it should be fair use. It is using someone's words for political commentary. Just because the person who filmed the clip doesn't like your use of the clip, you should still be allowed to use it for the purpose of political commentary. Not saying that it is, just saying that it should be.
Having assembled several of the Star Wars series sets I can tell you that it is very few custom pieces. Almost all the pieces were generic bricks, many of which have been around in their same incarnation since I was a kid 20 years ago.
The reason for the disc on PS3 and Wii is their exclusivity contract with Microsoft. Microsoft got the software directly on the dash because they were first to make the deal. Netflix got around that by offering the software as a game for PS3 and Wii.