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a florida high school student suspended for breaking up a fight
in the lunchroom. he was suspended because the school has a zero tolerance policy on fighting. >> has this case gone too far? >> albert tweets thank the student for doing this. how long would it take for teachers to get there and stop the fight. >> in such a chaotic situation it is likely difficult to determine who is involved and who is breaking it up. getting involved even with good intentions is still getting involved. thanks for responding. >> "fox & friends" starts now. good morning. it's monday, february 10. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. democrats hit the sunday shows trying to spin the obamacare job kill. >> we're going to have parents being able to come home working reasonable hours. the fact of the matter is we need a better work life. >> is this a war on the american worker? we report; you decide. >> a ticking time bomb. today a major warning tpaor
sochi. >> i think this particular olympics i've never seen a greater threat that something is going to -- something will detonate. something will go off. >> plus the latest on the putin propaganda machine. >> he has a propaganda machine? he stepped in when no one else would. the teenager suspended for breaking up a fight he wasn't even a part of. has zero tolerance gone too far? he's suspended. "fox & friends" gets started right now. >> hi everyone. welcome to a brand-new week of "fox & friends" where of course we have snow. we're out of snow shoveling revenue. we have to do it ourselves now. >> we have stepped into the apparently live version of the movie "frozen." >> this morning i'm sitting in for steve doocy. our thoughts and prayers go
out for the doocy family this morning because steve lost his father this weekend. our thoughts and prayers with the doocy family. steve out in kansas now. that is his father jim. sad times in the doocy home. >> he is 81 years old. they were together a couple of weeks ago because steve was named -- >> kansan of the year. >> so he had a chance to see all of that. now they're all together in kansas. >> which is a great blessing they could be together for that award. our thoughts and prayers go out to steve. we're thinking of you buddy. >> he's a great guy. he used to come out here a lot to watch the show. we'll talk about that. meanwhile, let's move ahead with what's going on in the actual show. if you watched the sunday shows you saw a massive push back by democrats trying to get ahead of the back news that came out during the week that not directly but indirectly the
c.b.o. estimated that 2.5 million americans will not be working extra hours or any hours because of the incentives or disincentives obamacare gives you to join the workforce. i'll give you an example. if you look at what doug elmendorf said, of the c.b.o., he said the lower supply of wage workers is because [inaudible] to buy health insurance. the subsidies are fairly large in dollar terms. if you are getting a lot of money, you're not making a lot of money. if you start making more money the subsidies drop so the incentives won't be there. so the democrats have a problem. how do i spin the story in a way that is not going to be disastrous? >> right. you have that money being taken away if you get a job in terms of the affordable care act. and the 2.5 million jobs are going to be coming out of that middle class. the democrats have a problem on their hand.
the administration has a problem on their hands when it comes to jobs and the economy right now. what do you do when the narrative isn't working so well? you change it when the reality isn't fitting what you set out to do. and then you possibly spin it. you listen to this and you decide. who needs a job any way? congressman keith ellison and senator chuck schumer. >> people are going to be able to retire. >> a single mom raising three kids has to keep a job because of health care can now spend some time raising those kids. that's a family value. >> what about denmark? the fact of the matter is we need a better work life balance. ask a working mother if she could use a few more hours in a day to take care of her family. that is what's really going on. >> as a working mother i would like to say i actually appreciate my job and i think there is a certain dignity and pride that comes with being able to provide some sort of
income. i'm sure i'm not the only one that feels that way. i don't like when someone speaks for me. >> the problem is you get a job and you feel so locked in. that is what they're saying. the spin is now no more lock in. so if you get a job and don't like that job, you can leave because you know everyone is hiring across the country. so many people are hiring, if you don't like your job you can float across the street and start there. >> if you want to be a painter and sculptor, how dare you get locked into a job. usually people who want to pursue a dream, you do that on the side. when you're ready to go, your business is ready to hum, then you jump. trey gowdy weighed in. >> the liberals and the democrats want you to believe you'll have more time to write poetry and you can sit around and figure out whether infinity is a number or just a concept. that is great until you go buy your kid a birthday present or try to pay the heating bill. go give your interpretation
of a poem to a clerk. they're going to want money. >> to his point, i was an art major and i tried to barter a painting for something. >> i can't pay for gas but would you like this sunflower painting i made for you. >> i'll give you a real-life example. a friend of mine was a painter and a sculptor. what he did was have another job 9 to 5 and then she would go to flea markets and buy booths and try to get that going. she would do great on the weekends. when she was finally ready to open up five days a week, she actually did that. but she didn't demand that society allow her to get health insurance so she could pursue her dream. she got two other jobs in order to do what she wanted to do until she was ready. >> mike roe from dirty jobs wants to talk about hard work. there is a new ad that's gone viral now. a lot of people loving this new wal-mart ad mike has
attached himself to about getting america back to work. take a listen to this. >> at one time i made things and i took pride in the things i made. and my engines cranked. i opened my doors to all and together we filled pallets and trucks. i was mighty. and then one day gears stopped turning. i'm still here, and i believe i will rise again. we will build things and build families and build dreams. it's time to get back to what america does best. because work is a beautiful
thing. >> the crawler at the bottom, $250 billion being put into building manufacturing in the country. so putting money behind the great ads. >> president obama has said manufacturing jobs are not coming back to the country. they're gone. they're gone. the sad truth is when you go into wal-mart most of the stuff on the shelves th china. even the meat is an amalgamation of meat from argentina and different parts of the world. it would be nice if we can get manufacturing jobs back and running. who knows. but if you listen to the obama administration they're gone and we need to start thinking of a new economy in this country. >> i'm okay that some jobs aren't there is a bad thing, but when the narrative turns to paint something, draw, do something at home. there are bills to be paid and i think the american people are smart enough. let us know what you think. do you think working is overrated? does working give you pride, dignity? respect? we'd love to hear. >> fundamentally everyone
wants health insurance and sometimes you choose a job because they have better benefits. if you're at a job and maybe if the entry level position is not correct, maybe the next position is great and that's a path. you're creating a career arc. why is everyone using the term trapped? i have this to say when it comes to politics. if you have somebody telling you work less, get full benefits and vote for me, that sounds good on its surface. >> because i'll take care of you. i'm going to provide for you. it is kind of hard to argue with that. let's check in with heather nauert. she's standing by. >> thanks, clay. i hear you're going to take care of us. great ofrplt everybody have a good weekend? good morning to all, hope you had a great weekend. a suspect involved in the murder of border patrol agent brian terry is set to face justice later today. terry was killed as a result of the botched fast and furious gun running
scandal. the suspect pleaded guilty. arianias faces 30 years in prison. two men involved in that killing are still on the loose. a horrific deadly crash caught on camera. >> what is he doing? am i being [bleep] right now? excuse my cuss words. he's on the wrong side. >> that cell phone footage taken by a driver shows an s.u.v. on the other side of the road driving the wrong way. then that vehicle slams head on into a car of college kids. the s.u.v. driver dies and that crash kills four fraternity brothers almost instantly. >> you just don't know how to register it. i didn't know how to register it this morning. these were great guys. they meant a lot to us. >> that happening in
florida. police do not know if drugs are alcohol were involved. remember this? president obama in the months leading up to the 2012 election insisting same-sex rights were up to the states to decide. today eric holder introduces a policy to override states rights. same-sex couples must be granted privileges in states even in states where it is not recognized by the law. it is the latest push by the administration to bypass states on states rights. last june it gave same-sex couples the right to file tax returns no matter where they live. a russian skater so excited over winning the bronze medal she literally lost her shirt. she unzipped her suit to cool down because it is hot under there but quickly
zipped it up. she later laughed saying the suits are so tight she needed to breathe. you can't blame her but oops on camera in front of a bunch of people. those are your headlines. see you in a bit. >> i cannot believe this decision that nbc makes every year not to allow us to use the footage within 24 hours. it helps sell the sports. they want people to tune in to that soap opera for two and a half weeks yet they want us to use stills like it's 1940. >> they are spending millions of dollars so why not go all out. >> i'm sorry you have to hear this argument, elisabeth. they let you use it. we were showing super bowl highlights. >> don't they belong to us all? can't we all just get along? 12 minutes past the hour. we told you about subway using rubber in their bread. turns out they are not the
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construction jobs? >> it is an element in the weakness in the economy. that's true, the weather has been bad and it has affected the economy. but what you're really looking at here is a failure of policy. we've just not produced long-term growth. now we've got a downturn in manufacturing, we've got a downturn in the housing market. very slight but it is a downturn. we had all these great hopes at the end of last year, we're going to get a robust 2014. those hopes have been dashed again and again and again. every year you get these bright hopes of a good year coming, and every single year those hopes are dashed. >> do you think it is also a philosophy thing? you brought up too as democrats try to explain how people could be working less and still getting health care that it's better for our lifestyle. >> just a moment ago you featured keith ellison, democrat from minnesota. he said working less is a good thing. americans work too much any way. >> more than anybody else. >> it's good to spend more time at home so you can
cook and you don't have to do takeout. that is an attempt to put a positive spin on the job losses that are coming from obamacare and the jobless winter that we're just going through. a complete reverse and now less work is good. that's an astonishing thing. i think it's a reason -- they're trying to spin what is obviously going to be a very weak economy all over again. and policy is the basic problem here. president obama doesn't have a policy for growth, vigorous, robust private-sector growth. he has not got a policy for that. he doesn't have it. >> right. when you talk about the weather though, you say manufacturing, when it comes to manufacturing that should not be a factor. when it comes to construction that could be a factor. >> no, i'm saying it was affected. the weather was a factor but it is a minor factor in the overall scheme of things. car sales down last month. factory order not good. the housing market slightly
lower, the jobs market terrible. flatout terrible. you put the numbers out at the start of the segment. only 113,000 jobs last month. only 75,000 the month before that. that is very weak economy. very weak job creation. >> stuart, when can you see you? >> 9:20 eastern time sharp on the button. >> we'll be there taking attendance. be there on time. stuart, thanks so much. great to see you. 19 minutes after the hour. straight ahead, this burglar picked the wrong woman to mess with. >> he said that crazy [bleep] has a gun. >> that was a tease. this homeowner taking matters into her own hands and wait until you hear the rest of the story. and using vitamin c to combat a cold turns out doesn't work. our next guest has the truth about cold cures that you need to know. spit out the o.j. all for naught.
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welcome back. 23 minutes past the hour. quick headlines for you. we told you about subway using rubber in their bread. turns outs they are not the only ones. mcdonald's, arby's, wendy's are a few of the places that use the chemicals. the usda wants them to ban its use and it says everyone ingested the harmful chemical. the navy's first super carrier making its final voyage to a scrap yard in texas. the thousand foot long ship was sold for one penny.
it unsuccessfully looked for buyers but had to settle for scrapping the big ship. elisabeth? >> the average person suffers three colds each year but the truth is the cash you're spending on over the counter remedies may be one big waste. so what's the best way to get relief. joining us with the cold hard truth is an assistant professor at the n.y.u. school of medicine. we're glad you are back. that's a bunch of time here, we're talking 9 to 14 miserable americans are facing each year with a cold. we're going to go through common remedies and see if they are work. decongestants. what is your take? >> those do work. they decrease the blood flow to your nose or areas that increase mucous. they narrow those vessels and that helps you stay drier. the danger with that is because they do narrow the blood vessels, if you have high blood pressure or something like that, they
can increase blood pressure by decreasing that. >> you should let your doctor know if you're taking that? >> or you can switch to nasal sprays. >> what about vitamin c? what is your take on that? >> unfortunately vitamin c is not as helpful once you have the symptoms. vitamin c can boost your immune system but once he get sick it is not as helpful. >> build up the supply before you get sick but not in the moment? expectorants? >> not that helpful. there are two types of cough medications. suppressants and expectorants. suppressants help you manage your cough, that the stuff you take before you go to bed. expectorants induce the cough and make things work. >> pay attention to the fine line there.
by the way, if a cold does -- if it is accompanied by a fever, do any of these things help and what should you do? >> these can help but if you have a fever you need to see the doctor. we're talking about a fever of 101. for some people if they have more symptoms, they should see the doctor earlier. a lot of times when you have a cold you can get a bacterial super infection and those can be life threatening. >> antihis means. >> if somebody has a cold that has been lasting for more than a couple of weeks, you might try it. things like allegra. if some people get the cold virus it triggers an allergic reaction so they can have the same symptoms, runny eyes, runny nose and people might not realize what they're battling at that point is allergies, not the cold itself. >> thank you for drawing the line between what works and what doesn't when it comes to the common cold. next on the rundown, he
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♪ ♪ the shovel racing road camping trip over the weekend in new mexico, what you're seeing right now. >> the event began in 1970 by lift operators who would end their shift by riding their shoves down the mountain. i love the gorilla. >> how much is a sled? >> it's prohibitively expensive. >> honey, we have money for a shovel. i need something with a dual purpose because i can't buy a sled and have it sit in the shed all summer. >> we went to buy a sled recently and couldn't find
one. they were all sold out. >> i got the old-fashioned flexible flier. >> the one from national lampoon? >> did you grease the -- >> candle wax. nothing more dangerous than running over your small child with a flexible flyer. it is a little scary. >> a lot has changed for kid and youth especially in school these days because zero tolerance policies being implemented in schools. what happened last week at a school where a fight broke out in the cafeteria which was often. one kid was openly gay. the other kid decided to want to lay the beat-down on him apparently for being gay. and one student decides i'm not going to watch this happen. i'm going to jump in the middle of this and stop it. no one should be hurt and beat down because of the way they are.
now he's been suspended because of a zero tolerance policy. for ten days he gets suspended for breaking up this fight. and mark betterson who stapbts to -- who stands to not only be suspended, he had this to say. jonathan was going to stand there and get beat up and if i didn't jump into it, it would have gotten serious. i understand how the school policy is but being suspended for ten days i don't understand. >> especially because you have footage there which shows, backs up the kid's story and also eyewitnesses who say this kid jonathan getting beat up by james griffin, he's been charged with battery, someone has shown leadership. i think he should be praised and not be suspended for ten days. hopefully the school sew pwers up -- sobers up and those parents will fight
for betterson. >> they had a rally so when they kid who was getting beat up came back to school, he said mark stood up for me. kids rallied around him to get suspension removed. think about it, growing up, when kids fight, you watched the fight. for one kid to say i'm going to stand up, that kid's a leader. >> what happened to if you see something, do something. what would you want your kid to do? let us know on facebook or twitter how you would want the situation happened. >> we're going to review at the end of the show. if you guys respond to it the most. but i will say this, this is probably how mills lane got started, remember mills lane, the referee who said you have to have the courage to jump in when things get tough. >> why can't we stand up for anybody anymore? >> do you have a favorite boxing referee, heather?
>> no. >> why not? >> i'm just saying if you have a boxing referee, weigh in. >> let's see if we get more responses on the school story or the boxing referee? >> i have no idea. >> the twitter. good morning to you all. good morning. hope you're off to a great day. listen to what came out over the weekend. it is not a matter of if but when. a shocking declaration by a lawmaker about the threat of terrorism in sochi. listen to this. >> i think this particular olympics, i've never seen a greater threat certainly in my lifetime. i think it is a high-degree probability that something is going to -- something will detonate, something will go off, but i do think it's probably most likely to happen outside of the ring of steel in the olympic village. >> more than 70,000 russian
security officers have sochi on lockdown. the u.s. has another 150 people on the ground providing american security. the main concern, a black widow homicide bomber. an evacuation plan is in place to get american athletes out if need be. some crazy video to show you. an avalanche swallowing up basically an entire time. it took about five minutes for the river of snow to bury a village in the alps. the village fortunately had already been evacuated. he picks the wrong house to target. a woman with a shotgun greets robbers outside her home in l.a. her name is carla. she says while she was letting her dog out she heard a guy walking around in her backyard. >> he said that crazy [bleep] has a gun and i shot it into the dirt, into the ground area. and to let him know, you know, i've got a gun and i know how to use it.
>> she fired off a shot. the guy took off in a car where another man was waiting. they're still hunting for those guys. you know the actor sheila sheila -- shila buff stormed out of a press conference. listen to this. >> when the sequels follow the trawler, it is because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea. thank you very much. >> okay. well the star later showed up at the film's premiere in berlin wearing this paper bag over his head. reads there "i'm not famous anymore." that is the same famous he's re -- that's the same statement he's repeating on the twitter. >> remember he was
pretending to be kind of crazy but it was all part of that documentary spiel. this is what it seems like to me. he's got some other film where he's going to be a weird -- >> it worked for the guy on the gong show. remember that. his career skyrocketed. let's go to maria. >> in pennsylvania, can you believe this, maria, people still trying to dig out. 22,000 people still trying to dig out this morning and get power restored after that big ice storm. parts of the south preparing for another round of ice and snow. maria standing by. are they able to get some of that power up before this next storm? >> remember what happened in atlanta less than two weeks ago where we had that ice storm and snow across the region and it left so many people stranded. atlanta now under a winter storm watch yet again. we have a front in place across portions of the southeast and it's going to remain out there over the next several days. north of that system, i want to show you high temperatures today, well
below average again. chicago, high temperature ten degrees. single digits in man yip police. along that -- minneapolis. you're in the 60's in new orleans and hovering around the freezing mark in the city of memphis. we have winter storm watches and winter weather advisories in effect out here anywhere from eastern texas to parts of north carolina because we are expecting a round of sleet, light snow between one and two inches and also freezing rain. so this is going to produce all kinds of issues out here and it's going to be lasting through wednesday. out west winter weather advisories in effect because another round of snow and rain expected to move in. now let's head back inside to brian. >> thanks a lot. 21 minutes before the top of the hour. top nfl prospect michael sam announcing he's gay and could be the first openly gay player in the nfl. sam was an all american at the university of missouri. here's what he had to say about his announcement. >> that's a load off my
chest. i told my teammates august -- i came tout -- i came out to my teammates and they took it great. i couldn't ask for better teammates. >> as you go to the combines people saying that about him, he didn't want anybody else breaking the news. the nfl releasing a statement saying they admire his honesty and courage. oklahoma state basketball player marcus smart and the texas tech fan he shoved both apologize because of this. smart is now suspended for three games. in a press conference he took full responsibility for shoving that so-called super fan of texas tech. there are reports the fan made a racial remark to the player but that fan now coming forward saying he called him, quote, a piece of crap and apologized to smart for making that comment. think about that, that's what you tell a 19-year-old and you're 50. i've got an announcement. i'm going to nashville.
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welcome back. quick headlines for you now. lung cancer can be a silent killer showing no symptoms until it is too late. but a simple breath test may reveal if a person has early stages of the disease. the test would be used to determine which patient should undergo biopsies and eventually be used as a cancer screening tool. are energy drinks gateway drugs. a study shows children who consume energy drinks regularly or two to three more times more likely to try other kids. 30% of teens say they consume energy drinks. clayton, you're never out of energy. >> yeah, right. it's a political thriller about two women from different worlds teaming up against a brutal african dictator but the author's firsthand encounters in the third world countries give
this novel a much deeper meaning. joining us is the author of "under the skin." nick hahn joins us. nice to see you this morning. very troubling region. you spent seven months in this region and then decided to put a lot of that story into fictional form in a novel. why fiction? >> fiction is what entertains people and what engages people. oftentimes when you write a story, sort of a dry newspaper type of article it doesn't have the same impact. when i lived in uganda, i was struck by the lack of rights on the part of women especially but human rights in general. i thought if i could write a story based on the reality that i experienced over there, do it in an exciting thriller-type format, that this would be more effective in delivering the message i wanted to deliver. >> you're working on this powerful thread throughout a couple of the books you're working on, second book on pakistan, but what did you find on women's
rights in uganda that made you want to write this story? >> they really didn't exist. it is generational, not something dictated. it comes up over many generations. young men are raised to treat women a certain way and women are raised to accept that. that's really the sad part of it is that the women don't really understand there is a better way for them to live their life and that there are, there's a future for women in uganda just as there are here in the united states, for example. >> why were you in that region to begin with? >> i was there on a foreign aid project. i was working for a consortium of three organizations. bono and allie hughson, they were part of the coalition. the world life conservation society in new york was the second leg of the stool. the third leg was an organization in san diego called invisible children, which is a large n.g.o. very active in northern
uganda in trying to find this warlord over there, joseph kony. >> you're working on this next book on pakistan? do you see similarities on women's rights? >> absolutely. pakistan has terrible issues there for women's rights. so there are similarities. but there are also big cultural differences. those differences will come out in the book. >> what have you been hearing from folks in that region? any other political interest from those regions that don't like what you're doing? stirring the pot, so to speak? >> that is an interesting question. i have a lot of friend in uganda, local people that i know. i have sent copies of my book to those people and told them what i'm doing. and actually they're quite thrilled with what i'm doing. i think getting this kind of a message out even on a show like this will be music to their ears. >> that's wonderful. i hope our audience goes over to pick up the book. it's called "under the
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ed. good morning. it's monday, february 10. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. obamacare killing jobs and democrats say that's a good thing. >> we're going to have parents being able to come homeworking reasonable hours. people are going to be able to retire. people might be able to actually cook dinner rather than have to order out and get takeout. >> so are we on the path to destroying the american dream? donald trump on that in minutes. >> then an iraqi interpreter spent eight years risking his life fighting alongside our navy seals. so dangerous, he can not reveal his real name. this morning, that man joins us to live and talk about his incredible story fighting alongside us at war. plus, planning on doing this
for your sweetheart this valentine's day? >> oh, my god. oh, my god. oh, my god. oh, my god. you got me earrings? >> maybe you should think again. we've got all the valentine's day don'ts coming up on the show. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. if we're going to read an act using don'ts, i want to be cast in these skits. >> how would you have played that role? >> it would have taken me months to prepare. >> here is my earrings to you. how would you have prepared? >> i would say, oh, nice. not the most expensive i've seen. i would like the opportunity to do that. >> we'll get donald trump. he'll be on. let's see if you're fired. >> we have good info on valentine's day.
but heather nauert has news. >> we'll team you up with cheryl casone, how to get a job with human resources. >> right. >> all right. good morning to you all. few minutes after the hour. a suspect involved in the murder of border patrol agent brian terry is set to face justice later today. he was killed as a result of the botched fast and furious scandal. he pleaded guilty and part of bandits responsible for opening fire on terry's team. he faces 30 years in prison. two men who are also involved in that killing are still on the loose. a horrific crash in florida is caught on camera. >> what are you he's on the wrong side.
>> that cell phone footage was taken by another driver. it shows an suv on the other side of the road driving the wrong way. then that suv slams head on into a car of college kids. the suv driver dies and that crash kills four fraternity brothers almost instantly. >> you don't know how to register it. i didn't know how to register it this morning. they were great guys. they meant a lot to us. >> people don't know if drugs and alcohol were involved in the crash. remember president obama in the months leading up to the 2012 election, saying same sex marriage rights were up to the states. that's changing when eric holder enacts a new policy, going forward in cases handled by the f.b.i. and other federal agencies, same sex couples will be granted spousal privilege in court, even in states where marriages are not recognized by the law. this just the latest push by the
administration to overrule same sex rights in the states. last june it gave gay and lesbian couples the right to file joint tax returns no matter where they lived. all eyes glued to mariah carey and the bet honor spokeny in washington. the 43-year-old singer -- look at this. a jaw dropping cleavage bearing tight black dress. she debuted a new song on stage. how do you keep that thing up? >> glue. >> i guess. yeah. that show will air later this month. >> you guys had a problem with that dress. why? >> guys are serious right now across the nation. >> oh, boy. >> thanks, heather. last week the cbo report came out, nonpartisan, projection that stated 2.5 million jobs are set to be lost or reduced due to the affordable care act. indirect result of the fact that
you will be getting more money if you work less to pay for health insurance under the affordable care act. so then taking away the incentive for americans to work. certainly had a lot of people thinking that was ad about thing. 2 $.5 million sucked out of the middle class full time. doesn't sound like good news. but keith ellisson said this could be a great thing. listen to the spin. >> we're going to have parents being able to come homeworking reasonable hours, people are going to be able to retire. people might be able to actually cook dinner rather than have to order out and get takeout. >> what about germany and denmark? >> the fact is, we need a better work-life balance. ask a work mother if she could use a few more hours in the day to take care of her family. >> how do you make that leap, though? from a few more extra hours in the day -- of course, any work mom would love that, but that's a leap. 2.5 million jobs lost as a
result of it. what democrats are trying to argue is that, well, this will create the opportunity of no more job lock in. if you don't like your job, you can find another job or do some art. >> the other thing is there is a glory and dignity to work for a living and putting that time in and setting an example for your family, rather than playing tag or kick ball every day at 3. joining
us now, donald trump, who hauls had a job. the only thing that stops him from work is sleep. he needs about a couple hours a night. how do you weigh in on this debate when it comes to obamacare and working less to cook more? >> the democrats have very much changed -- notice when this originally came out a couple weeks ago with the 2 1/2 million jobs-plus, and it looks like plus, plus, they were shocked. they were stunned and they were trying to defend it and they had nothing to say. and then all of a sudden, you watched what was going on about a week later, there was just
nothing they could do to justify it. a week later, they started talking about, well, isn't this a wonderful thing because people that don't have good jobs can do this and that. so they found a really wonderful justification for themselves and for elections. but not a good justification for the country because it takes incentive away from people to work and we really have so many people -- look, we have a lot of people that are unemployed and really want to get jobs. we have a lot of people that are unemployed that have no idea of getting a job. they love the system. they don't have to work. they're being taken care of and it's a problem. but the democrats really put a big spin on this and i have to say, from their standpoint, it was a brilliant job. nobody is even mentioning -- go back and look at the first three days. they were all in shock. they said this is terrible. we have to do something. some of them were saying we have to do something about obamacare. now all of a sudden they're saying, what a humane thing it is. >> it's hard to be the party that says we're going to that i
these things away from you. you don't want to work? you don't have to work. we're going to have a system that supports you to not even work any^. >> no republicans have to have an uphill slog on this too, right? >> it is tough for the republicans because a lot of people are in this category. you're talk being a big category. if anybody comes out against it or if anybody goes against the new democratic line of stuff, they're going to be -- it's going to be hard in certain areas. now, you know what solves it? when the economy crashes, when the country goes to total hell and everything is a disaster, then you'll have riots to go back to where we used to be when we were great. but the fact is that it's not easy on republicans 'cause you have a lot of people that like their lives right now without working. >> isn't this actually killing the american dream, though? the desire to work, the dignity that comes with it, or is this just deception because the reality isn't working and they need a different narrative? >> elisabeth, it's total
we're still waiting for it to show up. evidently the flower didn't flourish. now we have mike mccall, chairman of homeland security saying this, listen. >> i think this particular olympics i've never seen a greater threat, certainly in my lifetime. i think there is a high degree probability that something is -- something will detonate, something will go off, but i do think it's probably most likely to happen outside of the ring of steel in the olympic village. >> your thoughts? security? >> mike is a good republican from texas and i hear a very good guy, but i think we should give the russians a little bit of leeway here. they spent billions and billions, a number that was beyond any number i've ever heard -- >> most spent ever. >> oh, frankly ridiculous. but they spent all of this money and i think we should not be knocking them at this point. then we wonder why they don't like us and why they're eating our lunch in every country that
we're dealing with against them. >> does it -- >> i really think we should say look, they're really out there doing their job. every time i turn on television, we're showing about a guy knocking down a door 'cause his door lock didn't work, and i will tell you something, if i'm putin, i'm not happy about it. and i know for a fact he's not happy about it. when i went to russia with the miss universe packagents, he contacted me and was so nice and i mean, the russian people were so fantastic to us, i can say this, they are doing -- they're outsmarting us at many terms. their leaders, whether you call them smarter or more cunning or whatever, but they're outsparting us. if you look at syria and other places, they're outsmarting us. i really think we should not be knocking that country with all of the money and all of the guts they put into it and, hey, i'm a fan of our country. but we have to get along with people a little bit and -- >> i think you're right.
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welcome back. protesters in north carolina hitting the streets for the naacp's moral march this weekend. rallying against policies like the state's strict voter i.d. law which a majority of the state actually supports. look at this list of dos and don'ts for the marchers. this was a flyer that was handed out. the group tells participants, do bring photo identification, driver's licenses, passport or other valid photo i.d. with you and keep it on your person at all times. so if americans need an i.d. to march, why shouldn't they need one to vote? here to weigh in is our guest. nice to see you. your thoughts when you saw that flyer in the news as a result of the bring your own i.d. to this march? >> this is beyond hypocritical. but the naacp has no credibility and really no shame. from the comments they made about senator tim scott to demanding folks to bring an i.d. when they're against voter i.d. for voting purposes, this really exposes their liberal ideology.
they support liberal policies and liberal politicians, not conservatives, especially not black conservatives. they don't support. >> you're referencing senator tim scott. there he is on our screen. i want to give our viewers a sense of what they said about him. this was north carolina naacp chief reverend william barber. he said this about him. a ventriloquist with always find a good dummy. the extreme right wing finds a black guy to be senator and claims he's the first black senator since reconstruction. then he goes to washington, d.c. and articulates the agenda of the tea party. >> this is politically driven. when you think about it, what they're trying to do is whip up black voters to drive into the midterm elections. this is happening in north carolina. there's a key senate race going on with kay hagin and she supporting obama's failed policies in terms of obamacare. so they're really trying to whip up individuals to vote, whip up emotions. what they should be critical about are obama's failed policies, his energy policy that's driving energy prices
through the roof, high unemployment nationwide, especially really bad in the black community, over 12%. over 40% among young blacks. that's what they should be critical of. but they're not. they're covering for him. they played a victim card. they play the race card. that's what the naacp does. >> what does this say about their protest, that they're concerned about security. they want you to say who you say you are because you're going to show them i.d. when you show up to the protest to be part of it, and yet when you go to vote, isn't it also important to know who you are when you're registering a vote? >> because they don't care. you would think they would want to uphold the integrity our voting system, but instead, they inject the race card to whip up emotion and try to get people on their side. this is their m.o., and it's not about liberating black individuals and empowerment. they play the victim card, the race card. that's their bottom line. >> why do you think that they don't support black conservatives? you tried to go and have a booth set up at one of their
conventions. >> they don't want to hear about small government, personal responsibility. tim scott is the perfect example of someone who overcame his challenges. he's a? either. he's -- senator. he's a small business owner. his success story blows away their myth that blacks need special treatment and are victims. >> wonderful insights. always great to see you. >> thanks. coming up next on the show, a record number of u.s. taxpayers renouncing their citizenship. so what's motivating the big move? then an iraqi spent eight years risking his life with the navy seals, saving countless americans' lives. a job so dangerous even now he can't reveal his identity. this morning that interpreter, the co-author of "code name," share their story, coming up next. ♪ ♪ [ sniffles, coughs ] shhhh!
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welcome back. time for news by the numbers. first, 2999. that's how many u.s. taxpayers renounced their citizenship or green cards in 2013. that's a new record. analysts say many live outside the united states and did it to avoid paying taxes. next, one in four. that's how many 26-year-olds in the u.s. live with their parents. decrease in young adults getting married and rising unemployment are the basis for that trend. and finally, $69.1 million. that's how much the lego movie raked in at the weekend box office, making it the number one movie in america. supposed to be a great movie. brian? thanks. an iraqi citizen spent eight years work as an interpreter with the u.s. navy seals, a job
so dangerous, even now as he is sharing his story of courage and loyalty, he can not write or use his real name. he lives here. joining us now, co-author, johnny walker. the extraordinary story of the iraqi who risked everything to fight with the u.s. navy seals. johnny walker, playing outside left and inside right, jim. welcome to both of you. >> thank you. >> just so you know, this is not just speculation that you were a major impact player for the navy seals. this is what chris kyle, who was gunned down, johnny is responsible for saving many american lives, especially seals. he has an amazing story that i feel needs to be told which touched the hearts -- which should touch the hearts of all american. how did you win the respect of the navy seals? >> you know, i believe what i'm doing. my goal is to save iraqi innocent people and to save the teams and every day i build my trust until they start calling
me brother and part of the seal community. >> grew up in mosul, you knew the area. and when did you join our side and how long did you go for? >> in 2003, after i try so hard to work with americans and i couldn't find any chance. by accident i start work with military police and from there we have a lot of successful mission and the seals, they hear about my name and they let me join them. >> how did you get the name johnny walker? >> johnny originally was called walker and the americans don't want to use the real iraqi names 'cause it's very dangerous for the interpreters. so they started calling him walker, which is just kind of a basic name. i think one night someone saw that maybe johnny was having a few drinks or some sort of liquid refresher and said you're not walker, you're johnny walker and the name was born. >> you've served in the military in 1987, right?
what made you realize that americans were here for the right reason and this is the change i have to support? >> because they changed the iraqi -- they want to give freedom to my people. this is the right side to join. >> that's what i think. but why do so many iraqis not think that way? >> it's about education, things how you look at it and how you believe it. >> i think like the majority of iraqis want peace, want democracy, but like anywhere else, the people who are violent and are very loud, that's what everyone else thinks, well, that's the majority. but it's not the majority. >> what was life growing up like growing up under saddam hussein's iraq? >> there is no dream. there is nothing. >> you just get up and you grow up and you don't think you have
a shot at having any type of success or happiness? >> yeah. and that is how you feel all the time. if he says anything, maybe they put you in jail for many, many years. american forces is my dream because when i am 20 years old, i play basketball and as jim know, i love harlem team and cowboy movies. i still remember, you know. so all these things i think make me to become american. >> you talk about how hard it was to get here, but he won everybody over and now you live in america and how do you feel about living here? >> you know, for me it looks like my dream goes through and every day when i look at my kids, i say thanks god and god bless america. they gave them safe, future, school, everything. >> and these seals say thanks to
you and thanks for the help for our guys, keeping them safe. jim, thanks so much. and i'll catch up to you, johnny, on radio as well. >> thank you. >> congratulations on the book. >> thank you. two minutes before the bottom of the hour. coming up, we expect glitches in the obamacare site. but now our veterans are facing the same obstacles while trying to get their benefits on-line. it's been happening for more than a year. when will that get fixed? then, a hollywood celeb hitting the red carpet like this. who is behind that paper bag? and this bizarre behavior? ♪ ♪ play close. good and close.
your shot of the morning. a hungry bear goes looking for food on the streets of new york city. what is -- >> in new york, people are like, oh, this is normal. it was a robotic bear. part of the chobani campaign. >> the bear was also featured in the company's super bowl commercial. very interesting. >> what are people thinking? they know it's fake but they can't believe it's happening? >> they're like, it's new york city and i'm going to push my baby next to that bear.
it might be fake. i don't know. >> but i'm busy. >> another day, another bear. >> if you saw that bear and had a reaction live, tweet us. >> remember the demon baby a few weeks ago? >> i'll take the bear. >> you never know what's going to happen. >> you were right, heather. >> it was awful. >> it was a fox movie, so i fully support it n it was scary, freaky. >> getting myself in trouble once again. >> the moms are in trouble here. >> got your back. thank you so much. good morning. hope you're off to a great day. the glitch filled obamacare web site is not the only government site that's causing major problems. military veterans using an on-line benefit system have faced similar problems for the past year and a half. the department of veterans affairs went digital in 2012 to help eliminate that massive claims backlog that we've told you so much about. but constant technical problems and frequent shutdowns are
causing some claims to be lost all together. workers calling it quantity over quality service. we'll keep following that story. this crazy video showing an avalanche swallow up an entire town. this took five minutes for a river of snow to bury this village in the italian alps. everything in that avalanche's path was destroyed. that village, though, had already been evacuated, thank goodness for that. and it may be cold and snowy, but as this runner explains, the weather doesn't stop her from exercising, or does it? >> it's the perfect texture for running. very low impact and it's dry snow so your feet don't get wet. >> but then suddenly, whoops. she takes a digger seconds after that interview. she lips in the snow, wiping out and she gets up, but she appears to be okay and she goes on with the run. that sort of reminds me of you, always being a good sport. >> i have slipped in the ice for
sure. >> and we see it on tv. >> there is a collection of photos of me slipping on ice. >> you always keep on going. >> i get back up. >> when you're a great athlete like you and you fall, it gives everybody feelings like hey, even hasselbeck can fall. >> i'm not a great athlete. i just try really hard and still fall. >> maria, you try really hard. >> yeah, but i don't run even when it's nice out. >> really? >> i'm taking you this spring once it gets nicer. >> sounds good. central park. it's date. let's look at the weather conditions across the country because we have temperatures that are well below average. not a good day for a run across portion of the upper midwest, and into the plains. minneapolis, high temperature in the single digits again today. in the teens in kansas city and also up into chicago. we do have winter weather advisories across parts of the southeast. atlanta, after your ice storm and snow storm, that happened about two weeks ago, now you're under a watch yet again. you're expecting a mix of
freezing rain, sleet and even of snow out here in states like the carolinas and louisiana, looking at winter weather advisories as well. farther west, we have some moisture out here, northern california, oregon and washington. could be looking at lower elevation rain and pretty significant mount be snow for some of you, especially along the higher elevations of the robbies and also the washington cascades. looking at more than six inches, even more than a foot of snow locally for some of you. now let's head back inside. >> thanks so much. it was a weekend of strange behavior for actor shia labeouf. take a look. >> when the sea gulls follow the troller, it is because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea. thank you very much. >> certainly the actor raising eyebrows at this press conference promoting his new movie and shortly afterwards, he stormed out. >> despite that, he topped his
night off with a walk on the red carpet with a bag over his head. what's up with shia? for the answer, let's go to somebody who knows strange behavior, michael tammero. >> excuse you! i was young and i needed the money! >> we have footage of that! how do you explain this? are we being put on? >> if we are, he better get to it quickly because he's starting to get a bad reputation and people aren't going to want to work with this guy. a year ago, he was starring with alec baldwin, he was bounced from the show. baldwin says the kid has an attitude problem. now when alec baldwin says that, there is an issue. >> do you think this is like the joaquin phoenix when he was punking everybody pretending to be crazy? >> i hope so, because there doesn't seem to be any drug use going on. >> although he didn't look normal in that shot. >> and he has gotten into a couple of bar brawls. the latest movie he was shooting
in london, brad pitt had to take him aside and say, what's going on with you? he pulled his own tooth out to get into character. he gets into these competitions with his fellow actors to see who can be the better method actor. >> he pulled his own tooth out? >> he pulled his own tooth out. a lot of actors were complaining because he wasn't showering for weeks on end to get into the idea -- he was living in a r ii movie. if it's a performance art or -- he's starting to get a reputation. >> let's talk about justin bieber because it's been five minutes. we have more facts about the night he was arrested. >> apparently last week when the story came out he was arrested for going 27 miles an hour. that was kind of hard to believe. it turns out he was actually going 136 miles an hour on the julia tunnel causeway which connects midtown miami to miami beach, six-lane highway. highly trafficked.
so it seems cops had been waiting for the moment to pull him aside and arrest him. so this is another case where this doesn't -- it's starting to feel like it's not going to have a happy ending. >> 136 miles an hour versus 27, there is a bit of a difference. >> what 19-year-old kid can control a kid like that? >> what person? >> let alone a 19-year-old. >> in a circle, yes. even in that it's tricky. >> you hope the night in prison straightened him out and no, he's not impervious to the criminal justice system. >> the next day he went to the beach and drinking on the beach. >> and his father was with him stirring the whole thing up. >> i wanted to end on a happy note and you come up with that. can i at least end upbeat? >> go to in the foxlight.com and look at good celebrity interviews and follow me on twitter. >> you're always happy on twitter. >> thank you so much. >> coming up here, a close call caught on camera after a giant wave crashes over this wall.
take a look. >> then beauty and brains for miss america, to candidate for congress. what made this rising star throw her hat into the political arena? she's joining us next. first, the aflac question of the day. this is a question. born on this day in 1967, this actress played dr. ellie satler in "jurassic park." who is that? mike, you can not weigh in. ♪ ♪ ♪ aflac, aflac, afc! ♪ [ both sigh ] ♪ ugh! ♪ you told me he was good, dude. yeah he stinks at golf. but he was great at getting my claim paid fast.
and the 138th westminster dog show kicking off today. more than 2800 dogs all over the world competing in the country's most prominent pooch pageant and coming up, one of those dogs will be joining us here in studio. his incredible story he claims is true, getting national attention and you've got to hear it from him. he joins us live. from being crowned miss america in 2003 to being elected as the first female african-american republican in congress, it's something erika harold hopes to achieve this november and that's why she's part of our rising star series. joining us now, erika harold, herself. good morning. >> good morning. thank you for having me. >> so take us back, let us connect the dots a bit. from miss america you then went to harvard and it was there, oddly enough, that you found your own republican roots. true? >> when i was a student at the university of illinois, that's when i knew i was a conservative. then when i was at harvard law school, i had the good fortune
of studying constitutional law and developed an appreciation for our country's constitutional framework. >> so how are you now going to get around, in your mind, the chicago style of politics? i know you're outside of that, but certainly there is a perception to be avoided, some would say. >> it's so true. one of the things that's helpful is that i come from outside of the political establishment. so i would be able to go to washington, d.c. with a sense of independence and be able to challenge and speak to power when necessary. speaking to people throughout the district, people are really tired of politics as usual and i think that we can do a lot better. >> let me ask you, as a woman and as a republican, is there pressure for you to sort of take the other side of the political aisle? >> i know that when people look at me, they usually assume that i'm a democrat. when i talk about my values and standing for them on the constitution, i explain that those are really the values that can really empower women, especially economically. >> we're not hearing that,
right? so we hear a lot about how republicans are antiwoman, attack on women. tell us what people are missing out there about the republican party and the message for women, for minorities in this country. >> so often we hear about the supposed war on women. when you look at the party's fundamental principles, empowering the individual, limiting government, limiting taxation, those are principles that empower women. young women are some of the fastest growing business owners. if you're a small business owner, being able to have less regulation and more autonomy is economically empowering. and during the course of my candidacy, i'm reaching out to women and minorities and young people in particular because i want them to know how those principles can really empower their lives. >> what's your response? the cbo report, 2.5 million jobs set to be lost in the middle class as a result of obamacare. we have a situation here where we're hearing from democrats
that not having a job is a good thing. where do you fit in? >> we have to do things to create more jobs, especially for young people who are about to graduate from college. and i'm working really hard with some of the colleges within the district in which i hope to represent to see what they can do in terms of job training because when you look at ways of increasing people's economic independence, being able to make sure that they have a great job once they graduate puts them on the right path to create prosperity. >> are you prepared, the road for a female republican running has not proven to be an easy one. what's your game plan? >> i know that it will be very challenging. but i faced a lot of challenges during the course of my life and i'm very prepared to take on this challenge. i think that we need new ideas and fresh vision in politics and we need people who can stand firm on constitutional principles while bringing those principles to people who may not currently consider themselves
republicans. and i think that if we can do that, that puts us on the better path to being able to take a departure from politics as usual. >> we thank you very much for being with us this morning. so great to get to know you better. we'll be on the lookout. >> thank you so much for having me. thank you. tomorrow we're going to meet another political rising star. shane osborne, running for senate in oklahoma. and coming up, do you think your sweetheart would want this? >> you got me a blender? what are you trying to say? >> think again. the valentine's day don'ts. we're helping you out, coming up next. ♪ ♪ ♪ ho ho ho
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only from xfinity. tv and internet together like never before. welcome back. the answer to the aflac trivia question is laura dern. our winner is gordon straun. he'll be getting a copy of brian's book "george washington's secret six." congratulations. 7 minutes before the top of the hour. valentine's day is less than a week away. so all you girls and guys, listen up. >> that's right. here with some tips on what do is relationship expert. good morning. we're going to try to get through a bunch 'cause they are important. we're glad you're here. the first don't, take a look at this. something you shouldn't do. >> i can't believe we've been together five whole years. >> yeah, i know. actually i have something for you.
>> oh, my god. oh, my god. oh, my god. oh, my god! you got me earrings? >> she's ungrateful. >> what's wrong? >> use common sense. if you're with somebody for five, six years and you know she wants a ring, you know she wants to walk down the aisle and get married, the last thing you want to do is buy her a piece of jewelry in a small ring size box. she's going to open up and go -- it's not going to go well. use your common sense. it's day to make her feel good. take her out, to a comedy club. enjoy the day. >> here is another way to not make her feel good. do number two on her list. take a look. >> happy valentine's day. >> you got me a blender? what are you trying to say? >> juice diet? >> no woman wants to get chip appliances or a treadmill or any of that. stay away from those gifts. don't give her the hint that
honey, i don't like your cook. play it safe. not sorry. it's a at this to love and give love. >> don't be efficient. like if you know she needs sneakers, don't buy them. >>on't buy her the thigh master. >> right. >> and don't jump the gun. take a look. >> i know it's only been two weeks, but you're such a great guy. i love you. >> no! >> it takes three to six months to get to know somebody. you can't know they're the love of your life after two weeks. take it easy. limit your expectations. don't tell him you want to introduce him to your parents, have a baby. nice and slow. anything that happens fast -- >> also, i'm getting the sense if i hear that music, i'm thinking it's going to be a bad valentine's day. here is another one. don't hang out with a negative person. >> hey, how was your day? >> this was the worst day ever.
>> okay. >> that's a very diverse couple. >> wa, wa. >> valentine's day is not the day to hang out with debbie or dan downer. no toxic people. you can call them february 15th, but on the 14th, be with somebody who lifts your spirits. >> you're saying it's a day of love, even if you don't have the lid to your pot. >> exactly. not everybody has a significant other. but we have men and women in our armed forces that are protecting this country. they would do anything to be here. and spend a day with their wife, their kids, their dog, their next-door neighbor, their teacher, their friend. it's a day for you to indulge. take care of yourself. you don't have somebody in your life, go get a manicure, pedicure. get your hair highlighted. do something wonderful for you because it's more important to love yourself. >> right. >> brian's going to get his hair highlighted. >> right. i'm getting the wrong thing from this segment. >> don't be a debbie downer. >> thanks so much. >> happy valentine's day.
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welcome back, everybody. we have to say clayton, you're in for steve today. steve's dad passed away at the age of 81, so he's back in kansas. >> thoughts and prayers with his family. steve mourning the loss of his father, jim. so sitting in for steve. again, we hope the family is doing well this morning out there in kansas. >> absolutely. our thoughts and prayers are with you indeed. certainly you've been wishing him well on twitter and facebook. i'm sure that's so appreciated. lots to talk about this morning. we have some spin crossing over here. last week cbo report had 2.5 million jobs being lost as a result of the affordable care act. sort of deincentivizing work for many, sucking the power out of the middle class. now democrats are saying, well, we don't have the jobs that were promised. now we're facing future job loss as projected. what's left to do? we'll change the narrative. who needs a job?
>> we're going to have parents being able to come homeworking reasonable hours, people are going to be able to retire. >> single mom who is raising three kids has to keep a job 'cause of health care, can now spend some time raising those kids. that's a family value. >> what about germany and denmark. >> the fact of the matter is, we need a better work-life balance. ask a working mother if she could use a few more hours in the day to take care of her families. that's what's really going on. >> yeah. where are we going to get the revenue support it? you can see the same talk points throughout all the shows. different democrats coming out with the same exact message. they're out there spinning from senator durbin to david plouffe on down. >> the common theme is job lock. that's going to be -- remember lock box? this is going to be the new one. job lock. they're saying, hey, job lock is a bad thing. what it does is enables you to going out there now and if you don't like the job you have with obamacare, you can just float from job to job, 'cause you're
really not happy with the job you have. that's what we were hearing on the sunday shows. >> it will give you more time to stay with your family. trey gowdy is bringing in a dose of reality. take a look at this. >> liberals and the democrats want you to believe is, well, you'll have more time to write poetry and you can sit around and figure out whether infinity is a number or just a concept. well, that's great until you try to go buy your grand kid a birthday present or try to pay the heating bill. go give your interpretation of a poem to the clerk. they're going to want money. >> how far you can get in the number pi? >> you work on that. >> i was hoping never to see that symbol again when i got in this job. let's talk about this because the government -- do you want to maybe sometimes work two jobs, hopefully temporarily in order to get ahead in life and make more money and have some security for colleges or anything else or vacation or car? whatever it is, it seems we're
actually talking now about america's work ethic, which is exactly why michael rose spot that he did for wal-mart seems to be resonating on-line. it makes you take -- makes you ask yourself the question, whatever happened to the glory in hard work? listen. >> i made things and i took pride in the things i made. and my belts worked and my engines cranked. i opened my doors to all and together we filled pallets and trucks. i was mighty. and then one day the gears stopped turning. i am still here and i believe i will rise again. we will build things and build families and build dreams.
it's time to get back to what america does best, because work is a beautiful thing. >> a loft big companies taking the tactic to bring manufacturing jobs back to the united states. wal-mart, 250 billion dollars that they said they were going to invest over the next ten years to get manufacturing jobs back. if the listen to the obama administration, these are really not coming back to the united states and a lot of ceos say the same thing. so can wal-mart and private enterprise do it? >> to say not having a job is a better thing or you'll have more time, unless doing nothing pays you, the alternative doesn't seem so great. and also you can retake away the jobs and the health care that we were promised, but you can't take away the dignity and freedom that comes with work and earning and being able to not be
locked under debt, right? so i think there are plenty of americans that that commercial resonated with and that's why it's going viral. let us know how it affected you. >> over to het who are is only here for the benefits. is that true, heather? >> she's a sculptor on the side. >> now she can quit. >> like trey gowdy was talking about. a fox news alert, the obama administration is considering a drone hit to take out an american work with al-qaeda who may be plotting an attack against u.s. citizens overseas. trying to take this guy out legally under the new drone targeting policy. the suspected terrorist is in a country that prohibits u.s. military action on its soil. the new policy says that only the military and not the c.i.a. can kill american terror suspects overseas. the procedure being followed is the same one was when the u.s.
killed al al-awlaki before the new policy took effect. and another alert. a terror warning for an airline that flies into the united states. americans are now being told not to use caribbean airlines because of potential terror threats. the message was posted on the u.s. embassy web site in gee i can't in a. u.s. citizens are being told to avoid the airline and make alternate plans until wednesday at the earliest. the threat is focusing on flights from that small south american country destined for the united states. that is the home of a terrorist who was convicted of leading a failed plot to bomb jfk airport back in 2007. fear is now gripping the city of alexandria, virginia, where a dangerous serial killer could be on the loose. police releasing this composite sketch of a suspect who so believed to have shot a piano teacher dead as she opened her front door. two other murders are now being considered in connection with
this one. back in november, there was a local transportation official who was also gunned down in his home less than one mile from ruth ann's house. then back in 2003, a real estate agent, the wife of a sheriff, also gunned down in her home less than two miles away. now an update, snowboarder jamie anderson grabbing the gold in a slope style with a near perfect run. sage kostenburg captured the gold upon the men the day before. it's the winters olympics, but listen to this. the temperatures there, 61 degrees. it is so warm that skiers are complaining they are sweating. temperatures expected to remain high, in the 50s, all week long. how about that? those are your headlines. we could use some of those warmer temperatures. >> steve kostenburg, he had like 20 million twitter followers, shot up to like 70,000 twitter followers. brian, i know that's what you're concerned about. all you have to do is win the
gold. >> i got to get my unitoward and i'll be set. >> coming up, in other news, we told but subway using rubber in their bread. it turns out they're not the only one. >> might be using spandex. >> whatever it is, it's good. and political asylum, it's how some of the 9-11 terrorists got in the united states. now the white house wants to relax the rules for those who qualify. are we opening the doors to another attack? ♪ ♪
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terrorists? a move by the obama administration just made it easier for people with limited terror ties to be granted political asylum. is this the right move or a threat to our national security? fox news legal analyst peter johnson, jr. joining me now to discuss. >> good morning. i'd like people to listen closely because i really do think it's a big, big threat to national security. even according to the "washington post," 70% of asylum applications are riddled with fraud. now the government is saying, if you gave terrorists limbed material support -- limited material support, you're open to become a united states citizen, which is really incredible. so let's look. when we're talking about this before, let's look at terrorists who have received asylum here in the united states. >> not just theoretical here? >> absolutely true. in 1993, the world trade center bombing, from pakistan. 1997 new york city bombing plot. he was a palestinian. another in 1993, he shot and
killed people at the c.i.a. headquarters from pakistan. abdi, the 2004 columbus shopping mall bombing plot, somali. and then dzhokhar tsarnaev and tamerlan tsarnaev, responsible for the 2013 bombing from chechnya, according to the f.b.i. >> this has happened, now it's going to be easier for those to be granted asylum? >> yes. they've wiped away the post-2001 rules that made it almost impossible if you had some affiliation with a terror organization. so now a bunch of these -- mostly democratic senators, are pitching the fact, well, there are some people that have given water or given sandwiches or something so innocuous to terrorist groups in the past and that's stopping them from becoming american citizens. they were giving ak-47s and sam missiles and giving plans and giving the ability to fly
airplanes into the world trade center. i think we need to consider a few scenarios. here is the first scenario. remember the movie, "lone survivor"? let's take a look at this and let's ask a question that the feds should be asking themselves >> we got two option. one, let them go. >> the second they run down there, we got taliban on our back. >> or cut them loose and we're going home. >> we do the right thing. >> isn't that how things work? >> now, in that movie, it depicts a young boy that went and ratted out the american seal team. >> exactly. >> all of them died but for one, famously in that movie. now under the new state department and dhs regulations, if you have a social, family or cultural obligation that causes you to provide limited material
support to terrorist organizations like the taliban depicted there, then you are eligible to become an immigrant. you are eligible to come to america. you are eligible to become an american citizen. so was that boy's activities the basis of a social, cultural, or family obligation? and some day should he be attending a state university here in the united states as a a newly branded american immigrant? those are the issues that we need to grapple with. you know, we say, well, we sound the alarm bells. unfortunately, this is an alarm bell that may need to be sounded here in the united states. who are these people? and when so many people are willing and watery of -- worthy of successors to the american dream, why do we have to look at people who gave limited material support to terrorists, however the government defines that?
>> certainly startling to think it could be more easy for some to get in. >> horrible. >> with mal intent. peter johnson, jr., always fantastic. >> happy monday. >> coming up, a burglar picks the wrong woman to mess with. >> he said that crazy (bleep) has a gun. well, that homeowner taking matters into her own hands. just wait until you hear the rest of her story. then a race car explodes with the driver still inside. that man, he's here to tell this incredible story. ♪ ♪ this year, i'm trying the protein thing with real protein. [ female announcer ] try a yummy lean cuisi dish. with 13 grams oprotein for 10 ys, you'll feel great. i'm trying this too. maybe this. nope. not trying that.
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they just have to dig out their homes. >> now to news of an adorable kitten. >> we need it. >> are you ready for this? look at your screen here. keep your eye on that car on the left. exploding into flames during the national hot rod association winter nationals last friday. the man behind the wheel, ron caps, miraculously survives and he joins us live from san diego this morning. nice to see you this morning, ron. how in the world did you walk away from that? did you get a scratch on you? >> a little bit. i got banged up a little bit. but when you watch it and when i watch it, i couldn't believe it. but we're so safe. we've got fire suits with multi layers and we are the fastest motor sports in the world and that happened at a roughly 304 miles per hour. you throw all that in there, it's exciting to watch now, but going through it, it was quite the excitement. >> so what's the difference from
your view in the driver's seat as opposed to the view you see now? >> well, i had an instant convertible. you're driving along at 300 miles per hour and you're used to what do you for a living and the next thing you know, it's a convertible and there is a huge ball of flame right in my lap. and it burned my face shield a little bit. but again, all the safety equipment did its job. and really, it takes a while to figure out where you're at. and we only have about 1,000 feet from there on to slow the cars down. so thank god the parachutes came out on their own. >> thank god is right. is there any point -- you can almost feel the heat coming off of that footage we have from inside the vehicle there -- when that's happening to when you're watching it again and again, there is no part of you that says, i'm not going to do that again? >> well, i grew up watching my heros do that and when they used to blow up as a kid, i'm standing on the fence saying, i want to do that. like my friends wanted to be astronauts and firemen and i wanted to be a car driver.
so it happens once in a while and it's part of the job, but again, i feel safer doing that, believe it or not, than i am out on the interstate driving with my kids to school. it's incredible. these things make 10,000 horsepower. it will happen once in a while. but it's sort of cool when you make it through it okay. >> one of the things that we noticed in that video is the parachutes deploying miraculously since the rest of the car seemed to be destroyed. what would happen -- there are chances the parachutes might not have deployed what, would happen? >> it's part of any safety program, is those come out automatically if the driver is unconscious or can't get them out. if those hadn't come out, i probably wouldn't be here. it would have been ugly and i would have been off the end of the track and in a net at over 300 miles per hour and it would have been bad. thank god they got out. >> you're a quite successful driver. have you figured out what went
wrong? >> yeah. it backfired through the super charger and then it created a little boom under the body. and when it did that, the fiberglass body exploded off the car. >> do you have collision on the car, because i think it's pretty much wrecked? >> the owner, i think he's got good insurance hopefully. napa is a great sponsor. we got plenty of sports. >> i don't see it as your fault if you need a witness. >> we watched the replay. >> appreciate it. >> i'll be on your side. glad you're okay and here to talk about it and giving some publicity at the same time to the track where it happened and nhra in particular. thank you for joining us. >> thanks. next up, a fan mouths off and this basketball player shoves back. did he cross the line? >> should there be a code of decorum for fans, too? he showed up on the red carpet with a bag on his head. should we be worried about one
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we have a bunch of umbrellas here. scotty, i have a navy one as well. a green one as well. on umbrella day, you're supposed to just celebrate by having an umbrella handy. >> we have to get you an intern. is there anybody, chris chulo, who doesn't do much inside. >> he'll hold an umbrella. >> all right. we want to go ahead and take a look at the weather conditions across the country as i hand over my umbrellas to scotty. here you go. and take my pink one, too. thank you. all right. scotty doing double duty. let's look at the high temperatures across the country. we have temperatures well below average yet again across portions of the midwest. minneapolis, temperatures in the single digits. in chicago, your high temperature today forecast to just be 10 degrees. this is all because we have a frontal boundary that pushed through that area and stalled
out across portions of the southeast, from texas to the carolinas and along that frontal boundary, we are expecting some winter weather throughout the night tonight and over the next several days through at least thursday. so this will be a prolonged period of time that you guys here can see some freezing rain, sleet, and even some snow accumulating at times. so we have winter weather advisories and winter storm watches posted. farther west, we've had a series of storm systems impacting this region with some lower elevation rain and mountain snow, winter weather advisories are posted across the washington cascades and also portions of the rockies. take a look at the forecast. more than a foot of snow possible across washington, lower elevations could see several inches of rain. let's head back inside. >> thanks a lot, maria. you have to expand that weather department. you need some help. texas tech played oklahoma state over the weekend. this became a national incident when this incident happened. one of the best players on
oklahoma state, marcus smart. and there he is on the fast break. you'll see him there go into the stands and fall into the stands, into the texas tech fan. one in particular uses that moment to scream in his face and call him a piece of crap. jeff force is a super fan, 50-year-old against marcus smart, 19 years old, and he pushed that player. he's suspended for three games because of that. he has since apologized because of that. but you got to be wondering, what are you screaming at him for if you're a 50-year-old so-called super fan, you're screaming at a 19-year-old kid because you want the other team to win? >> right. there are codes of conduct from the ncaa on the part of students, but perhaps something to be evaluated for the fans as well and how they should behave during a game. >> being a role model for your own kid. i'm going to take my kid to the game tone, and by the way, son, when that player falls in the stand, i'm going to yell at him and mock him. he's 19 years old. dad, i look up to you.
thank you so much. the man shoved by marcus smart, he released a statement saying, my actions last night were inappropriate aneflect myself or texas tech, a university i love dearly. i want to make it known that i did not use a racial slur of any kind. i guess he just threw that in there. >> here is -- by the way, 'cause he was accused of that. marcus smart said this. >> i have a lot of people that look up to me, a loft little kids -- lot of little kids, so once again, i truly apologize. this is not me and really do apologize for it and like i said, i take responsibility and the consequences that come with it. >> good for him. people yell at you, you know, you can walk away. let it roll off your back and walk away and maybe that would have been the response. he's still a young kid, he'll learn. especially in the nba, people yell at you all the time. >> you have to get used to that at some point. but he said he got caught up in the emotion. there is accountability today. there's a consequence with the suspension, lesson to be
learned. >> the other thing is, he's actually in the stands. so is that like he was here on the court and ran in the stands. he fell in there, he's right there and then he comes and pushes him because he's in with them. i totally get it. look at the tussle right there. you're in that mindset of you're in a battle. you hear someone screaming in your face, you're a piece of crap, i get it. even though there is no excuse for it, i totally get it. >> if you're within a certain distance from the -- >> he's laughing about it there. he's laughing. >> you look at college athletes, i think they're trying to do the best that they can and make school happen and make their school proud and to be taunted certainly by a grown man seems to be -- >> i was going to say on the bottom of my screen, on facebook, go to our page and weigh in. who do you think was at fault or both at fault? >> they were both at fault, but you have to give marcus smart a
pass. he's 19 years old playing in a high octane competition. he's known as elite, got an impeccable track record. >> what if do you that to the ref? >> the ref has to get it right. if not, he deserves to be pushed. i'm only kidding. >> we have to check this with heather. >> listen to this, it is not a matter of if, but when. an amazing declaration by a top u.s. law maker about the threat of terrorism at the olympics. >> i think this particular olympics i've never seen a greater threat certainly in my lifetime. i think there is a high degree probability that something is -- something will detonate, something will go off, but i think it's most likely to happen outside of the ring of steel in the olympic village. >> more than 70,000 russian security officers have sochi on lockdown. the u.s. with another 150 people
on the ground providing american security. their main concern, a black widow homicide bomb who are could potentially attack. an evacuation plan is in place to get american athletes out if need be. we told you about subway sandwiches using rubber in its bread. it now turns out they aren't the only company doing that. mcdonald's, arby's, wendy's and other grocery chains using this substance. new york senator chuck schumer says the odds are high that everyone has eaten this harmful chemical. he's calling on the f.d.a. to ban it. listen. >> comes to carcinogen, you can't be too careful. cancer is on the rise. we're never quite sure why. why not be safe rather than sorry and ban this stuff? >> schumer launching this campaign following an announcement from subway that it is voluntarily removing the chemical from its bread. australia and some european countries have already banned that chemical from foods there.
they picked the wrong target. a woman with a shotgun greeting robbers outside her home in los angeles. the homeowner, carla, said she was letting her dog out at night when she heard someone in her backyard. >> he said that crazy (bleep) has a gun and i shot it into the dirt, into the grass area. and to let him know, you know, i've got a gun and i know how to use it. >> way to go. she fired off a shot. that sent the guy running. he then took off in a car where another man was waiting. you know the actor shia labeouf? he had a recent string of bizarre behaviors and it's only getting stranger. he stormed out of a press conference for his new movie. he answered just one question about some of his scenes. listen to this. >> when the seagulls follow the troller, it is because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea. thank you very much.
>> okay. not sure what that was all about. but he showed up for the film's premiere in berlin wearing a paper bag over his head. it read, i am not famous anymore. that's the same sentence that he's been repeating on twitter since january 13. >> why doesn't he do summer stock? >> good question. >> there is community theater he can do. >> bunch of local high schools putting on shakespeare. >> he'd still be get be obamacare and able to pursue his dream. >> he made his money on transformer movies. coming up, democrats spent the weekend in full spin mode claiming millions of jobs lost due to obamacare might not be such a bad thing. are we on a dangerous path to destroying the american dream? we'll debate that next. >> and this purebred is pure hero. we've got the westminster dog who sniffed out cancer and saved his owner's life.
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43 minutes past the hour. here is what's happening today, a suspect involved in a murder of border patrol act brian terry, will be sentenced. he pleaded guilty to first degree murder and faces 30 years in prison. attorney general eric holder officially enacts a new policy to override state laws going forward, same sex couples must be granted spousal privilege in federal court even in states where marriages are not recognized by law. and the navy's first super carriers making its final voyage to a scrap yard in texas.
the 1,000-foot long ship first commissioned in 1965 was sold for just one penny for scrap metal. brian? democrats were out in full force this weekend defending the report that claims obamacare will kill millions of jobs. they say it's a good thing. now you're no longer tie to do a job you don't like jonah goldberg is here. that was the push, the spin by five separate surrogates this weekend. are you now sold? >> you always want to give them a slow golf clap for the effort. it's a spin. by their logic, the great depression was this great bounty of liberty because so many people were freed from their jobs. one serious point that is being lost, lots of republicans have talked about the problem of job lock. the problem is that what they propose, would actually free people up in a -- give people
vouch force buy their own health insurance, which it would be a good thing. what obamacare does is it taxes work. it tells people that if you go and seek an extra work or spouse tries to pick up part-time work and you make too much money, you'll lose your subsidies for obamacare. in effect it's subsidizing nonwork, which is not the republican approach and is not the way you should try to fix job loss. >> which is so interesting because it would free up businesses on their bottom line if insurance was possibly somewhere else. but you got to make that insurance more affordable and portable, buy across state lines. that's what you're saying john mccain had brought up and some are saying republicans are hypocrites for criticizing this now. >> but they're not hypocrites. we can both agree something is a problem. as i put in my column, both my daughter and i agree she needs a new hobby. that doesn't mean i have to buy her a team of lions for her to become a lion tamer. we can disagree about how to fix a problem while agreeing that something is a problem.
the republicans had all these proposals that would make it possible for people to decouple from work and still have insurance and have portability and democrats attacked them because they said it wouldn't do enough to fix the problems of the uninsured. and that's the hidden story in this cbo report. according to the same cbo report that talked about the lost jobs, it also says that in ten years, we'll have 31 million people still uninsured. barak obama sold obamacare in 2009 by promising to fix the problem of 30 million people being uninsured. in fact, the one problem democrats said they really wanted to fix is actually going to get worse. why are we opinioning $1.2 trillion and blowing unthe entire health care sector? >> and that's the point. you could argue the republicans should be arguing. okay, if you don't like the 2.5 deincentivizing work, you want to debate that, fine. how about the fact that people aren't going to be insured 'cause up to this point, if you have a problem with obamacare, you don't want poor people to be able to go to the doctor.
that's the way it's been portrayed. >> right. it's like people touting how the war over poverty has been so great even though 50 years later it's still going on. it's like nailing down jello. wherever you try to hold the defenders of obamacare accountable, they move the goal post. they switch the rationale. you know that if a cbo report had come out and said that it was going to create an additional 2.5 million jobs, all those same spinners on the sun shows would be out there taking credit and celebrating and saying how incredible and wonderful this is. you have to be impressed by their willingness to say that a further decline in labor participation in a country with catastrophic underand unemployment, for them to celebrate that as a success is remarkable hoot spa and amazing how so many people in the main stream media are buying it hook, line and sinker n they did this weekend. and it seemed great to most of
the host. thanks so much. >> thanks. 13 minutes before the top of the hour. when we come back, the dog tour. yep. it's in. the westminster dog show -- a dog that sniffs out cancer and saved his owner's life will be with us. let's check in with bill hemmer and see if he planned anything for his show. sometimes he'll just wing it. >> like today. great dog story. very much looking forward to that. good morning to you. it is sentencing day in the fast and furious case. we'll talk to brian terry's family about how they're doing with that today. iran says we're on our way america. why iranian navy shops patrolling the u.s. shore line and republicans say president obama has a trust issue. so what does that mean? martha and i will see you in ten minutes here on "america's newsroom". turbocharged engines agait...engines.
this purebred is pure hero. his name is troy. at just five months old, not only is troy set to compete in this week's westm show, he's gaining national attention for the incredible way that he saved his owner's life. troy and his owners are here to share their incredible story. really that began three years ago. good morning. >> good morning. >> yes, thank you. my husband and my kids were on major campaigns to get another doberman because we had lost one. he had liver failure. and it took us a long time to get over that. four years later, they started a campaign. my daughter finds a breeder. we get troy and troy, she had just had a litter in december. so we just got the dog. and he was actually 2 1/2 months old when he came to our home and
of course, my husband wants him in bed with us. so he's in the middle of us in bed. >> which you did not want? >> i didn't want the dog in the first place. >> were you allergic? >> i'm highly allergic to the dog. i have a dog. i had a crazy full-time job at the time. i didn't want any more insanity. i gave in 'cause i had no choice. troy is in bed with us. he has the cones on his head and hanging out. all of a sudden, he starts nosling and nuzz there willing against my left side. and he keeps doing this. he's as sweet as could be. i start to itch. and that's when i felt the lump. >> you were itching from where he was rubbing, you had a reaction to his dander. >> he was trying to tell me something. >> what was he trying to tell you? what did you find? >> i had breast cancer. i was diagnosed the next week. i went to my doctor because my sister had had breast cancer. i called him. i got in. he did the biopsy.
confirmed breast cancer. and here is the crazy part of the story is that number one, i had had a mammogram five months earlier, totally clean. digital mammogram. and i wasn't due to go to another one for six months because one year later. meanwhile, by the time they detected it, it was stage two and three centimeters large. >> so you would have gone six more months. >> god only knows totally what would have happened. >> saved you. >> he saved my life. he really did. we always think what could have happened if i -- if he hadn't been in bed with us? >> does it show you should listen to your husband more? >> brian, you're killing me. >> i love the campaign. they started pulling up article articles. >> you're looking at this dog, he saved your wife. >> absolutely. >> that has to be emotional when you see him. >> we got to show him and
everything else. this just came out of nowhere. incredible. >> now he's been shown for six years, right? >> he's been showing since he was six months old. 2 1/2 years. >> what do you expect this weekend? >> best in show. >> he's ranked ninth right now in the country, first in new york. big day tomorrow, troy. >> 9:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. fingers crossed and our breeder kelly is in. his official name so you know it is grand champion, rain dance led zeppelin of marquee. >> really? >> he's a life saver at thend of that. >> have you been able to pick up the scent of anybody else? >> no, not really. >> no, but i heard stories and the article that was written about us that talked about this organization that says that dog december actually have very,
very high sense of smell. >> we are hoping for everything. just having him compete is fantastic. >> a lot of fun. >> let's hope he wins. >> go, troy! best of luck to you. >> back in a moment. >> nice meeting you guys this year, i'm trying the protein thing with real protein. [ female announcer ] try a yummy lean cuisi dish. with 13 grams oprotein for 10 ys, you'll feel great. i'm trying this too. maybe this. nope. not trying that. [ femalannouncer ] ditch the diet. go on a try-it with lean cuisin gs up! legs up! legs up! verizon has free tablets and ee phones. get here anyway you can. good job!
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♪ ♪ >> this morning we are saying good-bye to one incredible man. jim doocy, steve's dad, passed away on saturday night at almost 81 years old. jim lived the most incredible life. he was an excellent dad and extraordinary role model and all around great guy. steve couldn't be here today, so we are sending our thoughts and
prayers back home. steve and all his family, our hearts are with you, bud. >> he's a great guy and they just had a chance to meet when he got kansas man of the year a couple weeks ago. >> what a blessing to have had that time together. >> and to have steve celebrate and everybody together. monday morning. fox news alert. it will be an emotional morning. one of the men involved in the murder of u.s. border patrol agent brian terry learning his fate. his death revealing the botched operation known as "fast & furious." hope you had a good weekend. welcome back to "america's newsroom." martha: good morning, everybody. i'm martha maccallum. all of this started just over three years ago. it was december 2010 when brian terry was killed in a gunbattle with mexican narcoterrorists. at the scene investigators found weapons that then started t