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to you. it is saturday, the first of march, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. a fox news alert. crisis in ukraine. russian troops roar into the country blocking roads and airports. this morning, new reports that they are seizing control of missile bases. the latest on the tense situations straight ahead. >>ened amany mike in for tucker. the situation overseas not stopping the president from hitting happy hour. >> it's friday. it's after 5:00. so this is now officially happy hour with the democratic party. >> it's what the president said next that has many raising their eyebrows this morning. clayton. >> my eyebrows are raised,
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mike. in a controversial confrontation going viral. man filming police officers arresting people gets in big trouble of his own. watch. >> i'm allowed. >> i have my rights. leave. >> not allowed to film in public places? we report. you decide. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ >> hi, this is judge jeanine pirro. you are watching "fox & friends." be seated. >> be seated. thank you, judge. >> all rise. >> your honor. >> when the judge speaks, i do -- >> -- we have a jam-packed snow this morning. mike jerrick in from philadelphia. good to see you. >> good to see you as we brace in philadelphia for another big snow storm. in philadelphia we have had 15 mornings on monday mornings of snow coverage. >> get the.
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>> bass pro shop is outside on the plaza. despite the cold temperatures. we will be braving them along with bass pro along with spring fishing. >> we may be ice fishing. >> spring fishing classic. huge news overnight. tensions reach a breaking point this morning in ukraine. the united states now confirming. russian forces have stormed into the strategic region of crime i can't. -- crimea. >> good morning, elizabeth you are right it began when accused russian prime services invading crimea on the russian black sea. while it is part of ukraine it has been self-governed after ukraine claimed self-governors from the you rainy 20 years ago. president obama warning russia against any military intervention. >> we are now deeply
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concerned by reports of military movements taken by the federation inside ukraine. russia has historic relationship with ukraine including cultural and economic ties and facility in crimea. any violation of ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity would be deeply destabilizing. >> other warnings also announced sternly by the ambassador to the united nations but in an odd twist, "new york times" is reporting the newly installed pro-russian prime minister of crimea did release a statement where he said he had control and he reached out to president vladimir putin of russia for help of safeguarding the region. now not long after this statement we did hear from the russian foreign ministry who said unidentified gunmen, quote, directed from kiev had try to seize control of the ministry of internal affairs in that region. so really placing blame on ukrainians or so it appears. rush has warned the u.s. against any involvement mike
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rogers released a statement and it reads in part: it appears that the russian military now controls the crimea peninsula. this aggression is a threat not only to ukraine but regional peace and stability. russia's latest action is yet another indicator that vladimir putin's ambitions threaten u.s. interest and allies around the world. a can flick the world is keeping on eye on this morning. >> russians say they are simply protecting their assets. >> their bases. >> which would explain why they are shaking up at airports armed guards at airports that don't belong to them. >> planes and everything else. they had been remaining mum on military intervenezuela. vowing to protect the ethnic russians in the region. >> fluid situation there. reports were fishy coming back and forth as to exactly what, you know, what was happening there.
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what russian forces were doing. what the president though had this hastily called press conference it, lasted only a you few minutes and came out there and warned vladimir putin that look, if you do anything, if you do anything, there is going to be consequences. i don't quite know what those consequences are yet. >> it's odd. but don't go in there but they are already in there. i'm warning you don't go in there but they are already in there. >> this is precisely what we were talking about last weekend on the show. we were talking about chris wallace. what happens if russia tries to split off that region. crimea is heavily russian. 74% of the people who live there it are russian. 20% or so are actually you rainyian. it's not exactly an easy situation. >> is it surprising that vladimir putin is doing this? i don't think so at all take care of this ukrainian situation. >> is he fearful of president obama. >> what can we do?
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>> nobody thinks we should send in military action or anything. we can hit them with sanctions again. >> a lot of critics are saying that this press conference was simply for show and that the world may be seeing this as well. charles krauthammer had this to say. >> the ukrainians and i think everybody is shocked by the weakness of obama's statement. it is, i find it rather staggering. and the fact that we have done nothing of any importance. what he is saying is we are not really going to do anything. it's a code and it tells europeans and others how serious we are and how much we want to carry it through. you could not have issued a more fmla said statement than what obama did
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president's threat rings hollow. >> there is no line. i just never understood the president's pr people. when a crisis like this happens, you don't go to a happy hour. >> exactly. so meanwhile across town, president obama goes to a democratic national committee meeting essentially and is he with the democrats slamming the g.o.p. and saying, hey, kind of like jimmy buffet it's 5:00 somewhere. >> it's friday. it's after 5:00. so this is now officially happy hour with the democratic party. republicans have a different view. their party actually made it a part of their platform to
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let folks at the very top play by a different set of rules. majority of americans support raising the minimum wage. but republicans in congress surprisesly enough oppose raising the minimum wage. let's look at the score card. they are 0 for 2. they are 0 for 2: this november let's make them 0 for 3. >> so it's the optics there, right? you go from holding a hastily called press conference about crisis unfolding in the ukraine oh, it's 5:00 somewhere left's go have some drinks. >> election year. mid terms are coming up. i get all of that adjust the happy hour talk. >> guess he didn't want to change the schedule but maybe the rhetoric could have been a bit different. >> hey it's 6:00 a.m. somewhere. you are watching "fox & friends." >> gin and tonic please. >> we have a jam-packed shows. more to get to. happening overnight, scary moments on an american
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airlines flight after the plane is hit by birds. it happened just after takeoff from dallas, texas. the plane was heading from washington, d.c. but was forced to turn back around. it did land safely back in dallas. there was some minor damage to the left engine. no one was hurt. three people are lucky to be alive after an avalanche knocks a house off its foundation in montana. >> the next thing i know the wires are just bouncing back and forth. we thought it was like an earthquake or somebody hit a telephone pole. we weren't sure what happened. and all of a sudden here comes the fire department bang on our door. >> part of the house left lying on its side. the snow buried an elderly couple and 8-year-old boy. residents and first responders rushed to the scene shoveling the snow to find those victims. they were all pulled out alayoff. this morning there is still a high risk of after launches there avalanches because of unstable snow conditions. the fcc will not be tapping into numerous across the
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country. it's scrapped its controversial study after sending off a firestorm of criticism. the project would have involved interviewing reporters and media owners about what stories they cover and why. critics say there is no place for the government in numerous. well, he thought it was gone forever, because florida man's wedding ring turned up 8 months later. he lost it while swimming in the ocean last year but it washed back ashore. get, this it was found by a local treasure hunter who posted posters on the beach trying to hunt down that owner. >> it was amazing. you know, totally amazing. >> i scrumped up and down and then jumped in his arms and hugged him. >> the ring making it back just in time for valentine's day. >> there is no truth to the rumor he threw it into the ocean. >> i have had enough of this relationship. >> i'm still married. well, how about this? have you seen this gigantic storm across the country heavy rain soaking.
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turning the state into a pile of muck after all those fires. it isn't over yet. there is still plenty of rain in the first alert forecast expected to continue in southern california today. this powerful storm causing power outages, flood, mud slides, that storm starting to head into arizona and the midwest and moving all the way over to the east coast of the country. and it's gonna turn to snow when it hits us here in new york city. >> yeah. muck, it's not a word you can really describe well. but you know it when you see muck. rick reichmuth. >> what a lovely intro. >> he is he a muck >> that written introduction had the entire first alert forecast in it. >> i'm sorry. >> except the part california, that muck, they need it. it's such a good story. obviously the mud slides can be damaging and cause some problems for homeowners and it can be dangerous but overall the rain is such a blessing to california. we are going to see more of it throughout the day today. very heavy. the center of the storm is right there moving in
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towards central california. that rotation pulls plenty of moisture into california and that's what we have seen for the last 48, almost 72 hours now. arizona getting very good rain from. this snow across the higher elevations. this is the future radar. this is what we think it is going to look like. this is what you will notice this evening and tomorrow evening by the most part calm things down in southern ceasm great news if you care about that to for the oscars, most of the west is going to be looking better. then we will turn our attention to the eastern part of the country. cold air in place. take a look at your morning temperatures. bitterly cold air there along with that going to be seeing this winter weather very to the east. that storm moves in towards the central part of the country. hits that cold air and then we are going to be watching a significant ice storm and significant snow storm for a lot of people. anywhere you see this pink from parts of arkansas and through kentucky especially. i think that's the worst part where we are going to be seeing significant icing and to the thort of that significant snow. 6 to 12 inches of snow guys from places like kansas city
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to st. louis all the way across the ohio valley and right here to new york city. >> can we end this debate meteorological spring begins today. >> right it begins today. >> meteorologists are wrong. the groundhog won this one. >> coming up here on the show, the clinton files finally exposed. turns out they were worried that healthcare reform wouldn't work. the details straight ahead. >> and then it's tax time. we have got the top secrets to help you avoid an audit including how to make surety irs does are consider your small business a hobby. >> a hobby? >> a hobby. ♪
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taxpayers spend over $3.8 billion every year compiling income tax. got to go through all the income tax laws. no wonder we are confused the united states tax code is 3.7 million words long and there are almost 2,000 different forms and publications by the irs. with tax day approaching, what are the things you need to know to avoid an irs audit? marks is is a small business owner and a certified public accountant. gene, welcome to the show. >> hey, mike, how are you? and good morning from philadelphia. we miss you. my wife and i have missed you this week. >> well, i was there how do we avoid an audit well, if you you are a tea party member, maybe an audit is coming for you. if you are not, how do you avoid an audit? >> well, there is actually three big -- there is a lot of things going to throw up ed audit coming along. number one, if you have got
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a hobby, you want to be very very careful. let's say you sell jewelry on the side and maybe you made $2,000 from doing that but you had 3,000 in expenses for selling it you can't take a loss if you have a hobby. you have to be very very careful. if a taxpayer says that i have got a hobby and they are taking a loss for it, that throws up a red flag for the irs and may potentially bring in an audit. be very careful if you have any side income or a hobby. that's number one. >> i always wondered about people who are involved in cash businesses. i mean, you have to admit that you are making this cash. even though it's so tempting to hide it. >> it really is and for a lot of small business owners and you know that, mike, italian restaurants and pizza shops deal in cash only. very tempting to tuck that money away. don't do that because cash businesses throw a red flag to the irs. if you are reporting on a cash basis, the irs may scrutinize you more. let me tell you for the irs audit you and figure out how much money you are making during the day it's not very
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tough for them to do. try not to do that. it's a red flag. >> okay. i have been audited twice. i admit it. and it was both times it was math mistakes. and it seemed like they were mistakes i made on purpose. but they weren't. >> math mistakes is some the biggest thing that come out. i'm a cpa. that's why i have a calculator and people check my numbers. have you got to make sure that your math is right. the irs checks it. so whenever you put in your return they will scan did and do the math over. this f. this has math mistakes you will hear from them. if they see too many that raises a red flag as well. for goodness sakes check your math. >> if i too get audited what's the first thing i do. >> first of all you panic. >> yeah, i do. >> and then you calm down a little bit. and then you can contact the irs. they actually have an independent board like an organization that's called the taxpayer advocate form.
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form 911, like 911 for help. taxpayer advocate. walk you through the process. mike, believe it or not, it's not as scary as you think. a lot of times the irs is just asking for more information. might not be a full blown audit. >> i promise i would have them done by the end of february and here is march 1st. see you back in philly. >> pay now, verify later. the white house giving out obamacare subsidies for all the latest change from the administration straight ahead. and getting breakfast in a hurry. stick around for. this we're breaking down the best and worst options from some of your fast food favorites, yeah. taco bell. so our business can be on at&t's network for $175 a month?
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welcome back to fox and friends. philip sea hour's death being ruled an accident. 46-year-old was killed by a cocktail of drugs, including heroin, cocaine and amphetamines. he was found dead inside his new york city apartment with a needle in his arm. first target kneeman marcus and now sears. of the secret service investigating a possible security breach at the store. the security review is still at the. it is actively reviewing systems to see if customer data was compromised. the secret service, interesting. over to you, thank you, clayton. fast food breakfast wars heating up this week. taco bell introducing a new
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waffle taco. eggs, cheese and side of syrup. mcdonalds considering extending their barack fast hours 10:30 p.m. renee of good enough mother.com. good morning. >> good morning, anna. i brought you breakfast. >> thank you. it doesn't quite look the same as it does in the commercials, does it? let's start with duncan donuts because they have a healthy option. can you save hundreds of calories. >> that's the whole point with all of these is you don't want to blow all of your daily calories at breakfast time. dunkin' donuts, for example. this is the turkey egg -- actually this is sausage egg and cheese croissant. 690 calories. the better option would be with the turkey flat bread. that's 2900 calories. it's reasonable, it's good. >> if you have got a little bit of the cheese solve off you can cut a few more calories and fat as well.
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>> that's really one of the big things too with our next ops. big breakfast at mcdonald's. sausage egg business cuts, pancakes. almost have 1100 calories. >> almost half the calf lowers -- calories for the day. >> i do take the cheese off and this is 290 ocalories. take the cheese off and save another 20. >> mcdonalds is thinking about extending breakfast past 10:30. increase sales just because of this introduction. >> sure that cry you hear is teenage boys just -- they are so happy that mcdonalds is going to be -- they can't be up before 10:30 on the weekend. >> how about starbucks? not just lattes they are in the breakfast market as well. >> this is again where you want to watch your calories. this is the bacon and gouda artisan sandwich. only 350 calories. this one is the egg white turkey cheddar sandwich 320.
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there is only. the difference is in the fat. 18 grams of fat. if you go with this one you will save yourself 11 grams of fat. >> that's like a king size candy bar there. >> jared would be happy with one of these which one. >> black forest breakfast sandwich. 6-inch, comes in at 390 calories versus the steak, egg, and cheese breakfast option, which everybody goes steak and egg for breakfast that sounds great but really way more calories than you probably should have in breakfast. >> and the thing we have to remember with all these options too. a lot of the things, it's condiments that we put on there and the mayonnaise and mustard can double the calories. >> use common sense. if it comes with a lot of meat and a lot of cheese it's probably also a lot of calories. >> there you go. rene syler good enough mother.com. >> this guy busted with cocaine. his excuse?
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i didn't know he was breaking the law. really? and one cap and gown color for all so you don't hurt anybody's feels. the school making it that has some students up in arms. we will explain. we asked people a question,
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[ laughter ] it's your shot of the morning, kids. cat. >> failing miserably while trying to jump off the top of an aquarium to the top of the aquarium. this isn't the only time it's been mesmerized with the tank. if i crash into a glass wall like that, i would fall flat. he landed on his feet then he sits on his hand legs several seconds trying to look at the critters inside. is he unfazed by it. >> like a sphinx. >> he wanted those fish. is he a catfish. i just flew in from philadelphia. boy are my arms tired. actually took the train. so, when you graduated what color of little gown or vestment did you wear? >> mine was green. >> did the guys wear different color. >> no, all the same. >> what about you? did they have gowns back then? >> that's real nice. cloth. it was black.
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>> high school in sharon, massachusetts called sharon high school and they have always had the girls if white gowns and boys in blue. this year they are doing that wroon for everyone instead. >> the school says one group there, the group of gay and lesbian students, the gay and straight alliance brought it up. look, we think this is for inclusiveness of every student there to change the color of the gowns so that it's not just singling out individuals. shear a statement from the student ballot. they asked the students to vote on what color they wanted everyone to have. they chose maroon. this change to tradition is about inclusiveness. it represents an effort to make every member of our class feel comfortable at the ceremony the question is why would they feel uncomfortable? they would feel uncomfortable for a number of reasons. and we could -- i want to say the other side of this because i think we can be ignorant come on get over it. >> this is the pc police. >> guys, girls.
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look, facebook changed their policies a few weeks ago to have inclusiveness for different genders and also for intersects individuals. and i rather ignorantly and regretted it later come on, really? really, if you are the parent of a child who is born without sexual or gans who doesn't identify with a particular gender and you are asked to say you are a boy or girl. i got news for you. some people don't feel that i wavment it's hitting them where it hurts. going to say i want to wear this gown with or i don't want to wear this gown. i don't i didn't have. >> sex organs for male or female and in their head they are something different. pc police says this is a small segment of the population and it's not something that should be, you know, challenged. the other thing you know we have seen it in the news some schools thinking about having union sex unisex bathrooms. when kids are going through pubic enter at this moms and dads don't want their daughters in bathrooms with
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boys. that's understandable too. >> who thinks up this stuff? i mean, do we have too much time on our hands? let's change the color of our vestments for graduation. >> one of the students says i didn't come to school for more than a decade to decide what color to wear one student says. >> i kind of tell the difference between a man and woman without the color. if they all wore the same color. >> i don't understand the difference in singling. >> you can see how this started. let's have the girls wear this color around have the guys wear this color probably a hundred years ago. >> few students who literally have gender issues and actually don't identify. i'm saying as a parent now, if my daughter was born a certain way or my son was born a certain way and literally didn't have sexual organs that made him a boy the way that we traditionally think of it, i would be sympathetic as a parent. >> how many of those people exist in this country? >> a lot. >> a lot? are there? >> a lot. >> how about everybody wear whatever color robe they want to wear and you don't
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have to break tradition. >> how about nobody wear anything. just graduate naked. >> i rather ignorantly said something about this and i regret it anyway, let us know what you think about it easy to just -- same topic, the oscars are sunday night. should we have actors and actresses. i always thought aren't you just an actor? why are they breaking into gender in that area? >> good question. >> i just steered this off in another direction. let us know what you think. foxandfriends.com. ff weekend as well. other news making headlines this saturday morning. thousands of documents locked away in the presidential library released to the public. national archives uploading all 33,000 pages of the held documents to its web site. some shed light on the fact that the collins were worried healthcare reform wouldn't work. one memo between clinton white house aides. >> can we get away with it is it the whole trust of our
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healthcare plan to steer. i'm worried about getting secured or overpromising here on something we know full well we won't deliver. uploading all of the democratics will take about two weeks. the obama administration making yet another change to the president's healthcare law. this time they are offering subsidies to states with faulty enrollment web sites. that means people who weren't able to sign up because of technical problems could still qualify for federal tax credits, each if they bought private insurance outside of the obamacare market. the administration also allowing people to get subsidies retroactively once they obtain a plan from state's marketplace. critics say that could open up the door to fraudsters who could get taxpayer dollars even if they don't qualify for them. watch what you post on facebook because a man is out 80 othousand bucks after his daughter went on social media on the site there to brag about his confidential court settlement.
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patrick stay in a former head master at a prep school in miami sued his former employers claiming he was let go from his job because of his age. signed a confidentiality agreement though not to disclose the $80,000 settlement. his daughter knew and she bragged about it on facebook. the school won back the $80,000. >> she is grounded. he she is not going to college anymore. >> playing stupid didn't keep this florida man out of jail. 46-year-old, this guy. >> his name is guya. >> he was arrested and charged with cocaine possession in key west. his excuse was that he told police that he didn't know the drug was illegal in the state and now he will have to convince a judge of that he remains in jail without bond. >> key west isn't really a state is it. >> cuba. e to one of thosef mind.
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states where cocaine is legal. >> let us know which one that is. >> exactly. let us know. this big storm out across california now producing a tornado warning this morning. you can see this vigorous energy pulling into central california and southern california where it's been very rainy. we have been talking about the town of asousa a town budded up against the gabriel mountains. see this one cell in this lap loop right there -- here it comes. here to comes. i promise. there it is. tornado warning with that one. if you are up watching us there right now you need to take cover because potentially having some very dangerous conditions right there. here we will watch this storm pull out towards the east. winter storm warnings across the country right now. snow develop later on today in kansas city and tomorrow. a the love snow. 8 to 12 inches. winter and watches posted as you go farther to the east. a little bit later delayed. we will see that weather get there temperaturewise, get ready for another really
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cold night tonight. minus 25 in. meteorological. >> talking to my daughter last night. she lives outside of the san francisco bay area. they had a tornado near sacramento. one or two a year. yesterday was one of those days. >> you bet. >> coming up on the show. controversial confrontation has libertarians up in arms. a man filming police officers arresting people gets in big trouble on his own even though is he out in public. >> i'm allowed. >> get out of my face. >> i have my rights. >> leave there. >> who is right in this situation? we will debate it coming up. >> what happens at the casino stays in the casino unless you are a celebrity that passes out right on the casino floor. >> we have all done that. >> come on over while you are brushing your teeth. >> who is this? >> who is it? captain obvious: i'm in a hotel.
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hey hey, welcome back. quick headlines for you, real housewives of new jersey stars theresa and joe expected to make a plea deal with couple was indicted last year on conspiracy to commit mail, wire and bank fraud. if the deal is accepted, theresa faces a maximum five year probation and joe would face a minimum of five years in jail. and it looks like actor and comedian george lopez knocked back one too many at the casino in ontario, canada. george lopez. he is funny. he was found passed out on the floor of the casino. george was arrested and booked for public intoxication but was later
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released without any charges. >> where were his friends picking him up? somebody could have helped him out. >> it looks like is he wearing a belly shirt. only one more night until the oscars. but before the winners and losers are there, preoscar celebrations are taking over hollywood. >> um-huh. so let's step into the fox light with micah tamara who is in l.a. with the inside scoop and hanging out with all stars at the party. >> we have been schmoozing away all week out here. the 86 academy awards are taking place tomorrow night. and it's been one of the closest races in terms of best picture that we have seen in a very long time between 12 years of slave. gravity, and american hustle. you know, it's so close, 12 years of slave probably should win this year. it's a -- the definitive movie when it comes to the african-american experience in this country. but, gravity has been a big
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blockbuster and some people are saying because the way they vote for picture it's not a majority but plurality of votes. you could see american hustle pull away as kind of a consensus favorite of the three. that said, besides the statues and the fashion out here, other big thing going on this week is the parties. and it started monday night and it goes all the way to the we hours of sunday. last night was one of the most exclusive parties out here. it's the annual caa event hosted by power agent brian lord who is kind of a gas is iesque kind of figure out here. the place of where the party takes place is so secretive. it's given out on a need to know basis. the nights of humanity event took place at sony studios. president clinton gave the keynote and some like alicia
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keyes turned out for it. we asked the stars on the carpet what they are doing oscar night and what they thought of the year in film overall. >> how would you rate this year in film? >> whoa. >> i mean it's up there. it's got to be in the -- i give it in the 90's. there is diverse interesting films. >> very hot year. i'm happy to get a chance to sit and watch it. >> i like so many of those movies. i really did. i don't think i could really pick just one. >> it's been a good year. >> it's been a surprisingly good year. i wouldn't be let down if any number of those movies won. >> are you ready sunday night. >> i'm watching on my couch and my popcorn. so i am totally ready. >> the way to do it. >> it's the way to do it. absolutely. you you know, one of the highlights for me that night was actually meeting and talking to the real life philomenia lee, the movie philomenia is based on her amazing story. can you check out that entire interview in the fox
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show me "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." that's what i'm talking about right there. [ cheers and applause ] [ female announcer ] control your tv with your voice. the x1 entertainment operating system. only from xfinity. welcome back. a confrontation between maryland police officers and a man filming them while they were arresting people has caused some problems. they asked him to stop recording. when he refuses, they get in his face, even telling him he lost his freedom of speech. watch. >> i'm allowed -- >> -- get out of my face. >> i have my rights. >> [inaudible] leave. >> do not. do not disrespect us. and do not not listen to us. now walk away and [bleep] your mouth or you are going to jail. >> i have done nothing here. >> don't open your mouth. >> i thought i have the freedom of speech here. >> you don't. you just l.s.u. it. >> who is in the wrong and what should happen to those debd
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jonah. >> who is in the wrong here? >> oh my god, this is an egregious example of what not to do when you are a cop whose job is to protect and serve. shut your mouth and you are going to jail? the kid didn't have to shut his mouth. he wasn't doing anything illegal. this guy should lose his license just like a license should lose his license if he is stealing from client funds. that's how bad it is. >> it's easy for her to be so cavalier and confident on the curvey couch in the morning. did you see the scene that was playing out there? i mean it was border line riot. i don't think if you look at the whole tape because it's much longer than this clip, the police were possibly losing control of the situation and they needed to exert themselves. look, obviously it's not ideal waiver. but it's scary for them people don't realize cops
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are afraid. they have got all these young people, alcohol problem. late at night. they need to come in and say hey, everyone chill out. we're in control. >> do that and leave the people on the sidelines alone. >> right, because is it illegal? can they have the authority to come into those people who are just in a public space using their camera to film something do they have the right to tell them you have lost your first amendment rights you are not allowed to stand here and do this? >> absolutely not. contradictory to the law and this is a law enforcement officer. >> this is a statement from the police department. i'm going it read this to you guys. debate this part. here is from the baltimore police department. words of demands to cease filming by swarm personnel and -- exhaustion sillery officers were incorrect, inappropriate and unnecessary. all aspects of this encounter are under investigation. and all personnel will be held accountable for their
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actions. >> i'm not saying they weren't wrong. i said that's not an ideal way to handle yourself. at the same time, clayton, there job is not to lose control of that situation. i think they felt like they were about to lose control of that situation. >> should be fired. >> he should definitely not be fired. >> not be fired? >> he didn't put his hand on the guy. come on. >> if you were representing that guy he was right up in the guy's face telling him to shut his mouth. >> you have no rights. >> what would you do if you everywhere defending that guy? >> sue the police department. absolutely sue the police department what's the damage to the guy who the camera. oh, he hurt my feelings. he told me i have my rights taken away damage to the police department for allowing this behavior. he is a split second decisions that law enforcement officers who are in tough -- they didn't tase
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the guy. >> no he told the guy who shut up he had no rights and is he a citizen that did it have rights. >> bro, don't tase me bro. >> get another cop to fill his shoes. >> even with my ear piece in blocking the noise, it's still louder on this side. >> listen, it's 7:00 in the morning. i need to wake up. >> arthur, great to see you this morning. who i have the here jonna or arthur? >> she is right. she is always right. she has got to be right. >> students at a public university told this about the 2010 election. watch. >> why people having to pay for healthcare black, brown, gays, racism with the first black president? >> and the rant didn't didn't stop there student who recorded it will join us live. a force so strong it knocks its house off its foundation and flips it on its side. what caused this and why it could happen again.
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good morning to you, it's saturday, march 1st, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. tensions reaching a boiling point in you crane. blocking roads and airports this morning. new reports that they are seizing control of missile bases, the developing details ahead. >> i'm mike in for tucker. stuck in the middle of a healthcare nightmare because of obamacare? well, harry reid says you're lying. >> lies distorted by the republicans to grab headlines or make political advertisements. >> now, the white house seems to be doubling down on harry reid's comments. we'll play the tape. >> and students at a public university told this about the to 2010 election.
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>> white people having to pay for healthcare, black, brown, gays, racism with first black president. >> the student who recorded that video says the guest speaker didn't stop there he is going to join us live to talk about it "fox & friends" hour two starts now. ♪ ♪ might not look like spring outside if you go to a bass pro shops right now it is spring, spring fishing classic. i mark the change of the season by what bass pro shops is doing in our show. in my mind it's spring because you go to any bass pro shops right now they have all the rods and reels for sale. >> got some good deals. unfortunately they didn't bring a dome or a bubble so that it actually felt like spring out there when we go
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out there. >> may be ice skating out there. >> did you bring a coat for that segment? >> i did a puffy one. >> this is the first day of trout season. i was out there talking to the guys. >> and pro-bass shops were started in a liquor store. they started selling lures in a liquor store and expanded into this multi-million-dollar business. >> got to wait on the fish sometimes. got to do something to pass the time. huge story we are tracking for you here. breaking point ukraine. russian fors taking control of airports and going after missile bases in the strategic crimea region. >> and at this hour. ukraine order its border patrol on high alert and sending vessels out to sea. this as president obama issues a warning to vladimir putin against military action. >> elizabeth plan is live in washington, d.c. with the very latest. what you can tell us, elizabeth? i can tell you tensions are
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escalating. they have closed the airport in that region. the state department here has issued a travel warning anyone from getting near that region. reports hitting the wire saying russian forces are trying to size control of antiair missile base in crimea. showing that those tensions continue to grow. while crimea is in ukraine it has been self-governed for 20 years. most of that area still speaking russian and sympathizes for russian president vladimir putin. president obama has a very stern warning for the growing conflict. just days after the world came to russia for the olympic games that invite the condemnation of nations around the world and indeed the united states will stand for affirming there will be cost for intervention in ukraine too show the complicated nature of this project. prime minister of crimea reached out to president putin for help. report saying unidentified
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gunmen quote tried to get control of the ministry of internal affairs in the region. therefore placing the blame on ukrainians or so it appears. as far as u.s. involvement, russia has warned against it. he think i can say that interference from our western -- has not been helpful and they have certain responsibility for those dramatic consequences and also responsibility for not following through with the agreement that they themselves brought abouten and affixed their signatures to on february the 21st. house intention committee chairman mike rogers says the latest agress is a threat not only to ukraine but to the region's peace and stability. mike, clayton and anna back to you guys. >> elizabeth prann following the story for us and keeping us up to date. information is pouring in fast and furiously. a lot of reaction to the president's statement saying there will be cost. what sort of red line? what is the united states planning to do? they didn't really elaborate
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on that. would we send military forces there absolutely not. >> speaking sternly to russia's president vladimir putin in this brief press conference, he also was a bit investigation. not outlining what those costs would be about not respecting the border of ukraine. and john bolton, former ambassador, had to say on the record last night. >> it's got enormous economic potential and if it tips back into russia's orbit, i think the handwriting son the wall for the other former republics of the soviet union. i think the lesson that america's weakness is really becoming persuasive will spread worldwide. putin at this point holds all the high cards. and all we have to offer from president obama is rhetoric. he says if ukraine's territorial sovereignty it would bring instability and harm. ukraine and russia. he did not mention the united states. implicit the united states has no interest in ukraine.
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that's all vladimir putin needs to hear. >> linchpin of democracy in europe is ukraine. look to chechnya and lack of involvement in chechnya how we may respond to involvement in crimea region. stern words but not necessarily probably ringing hollow this morning. >> let's switch topics to obamacare. harry reid had to say earlier this week about all negative comments about obamacare, well, those stories are a lot of them are made up. a lot are doubling down midterm this election year, here is a little bit of reaction to harry reid's comments about obamacare and the stories being not accurate. here first is what harry had to say. >> despite all that good news, there is plenty of horror stories being told. all of them are untrue, but they are being told all over america. >> in addition, the parade of horrible stories trotted out by the haters of this
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bill will prove not to be true. >> begin to hear the republican horror stories about these exchanges and about coverage under the affordable care act. and, as we have seen, many of most those horror stories turned out have been invented. >> so if you like your doctor but you can't keep your doctor, if you you don't like your plan and you can't keep your plan are those fake horror stories? those are real with people dealing with illnesses, fatal illnesses sometimes like the leukemia patient we talked about last week. julia who was called a liar by representative gather peters. >> jay carney coming out to the podium saying this is money funneling into the republican party. listen to jay carney at the podium on these horror stories. listen. >> we have seen again and again efforts to highlight individuals who have had problems with the affordable care act and again and again reporters have discovered
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that, in fact the circumstances are not as being presented by outside groups or republicans. >> you think maybe the white house would back off though and not -- step away from harry reid's comments but no, they are kind of doubling down on it as well. >> yeah, because if you look to this sort of strategy for 201, all these democrats falling in line with that message, are they playing, saying this on the show this week like good cop, bad cop. harry reid bad cop. all these other guys get to run in the darkness. >> is that good strategy? i noticed former bush speech writer said kind of a losing attitude to have leading up to an election like that here is mark. >> let's get this straight. barack obama lied to the american people about obama care. every single senate democrat who is running for re-election this year told the exact same lie. their strategy to regain the trust of the american people is to call the american people lirsz. have they lost their minds? harry reid is the same guy who in 2012 went out on the
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senate floor and without a shred of evidence said that mitt romney hadn't paid his taxes for 10 years. >> word on the street is. word on the street. >> the word is out. the word is out. the word is out is that harry reid is a liar. and i think the word should be out that any senate democrat who follows his lead and carries these talking points is going to have the word former before their names. >> the word is also out. the word on the street is also out that 6 million americans have lost their health insurance plan. >> what's going to be interesting at town hall meetings. standing there somebody comes up to them and says i am a cancer patient, i lost my plan. what does s. that inarive going say to that individual when they look them face to face in town haul meeting. >> hype on both sides. ton of commercials how obama really works for certain people and those aren't all lies. >> are you telling me something is involved in politics? >> seriously. >> all right. we have got some headlines
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now. get right to those for you. happening overnight. scary moments on american airlines flight after a plane was hit by a bird. we heard this story before. it happened just after taking off from dallas. the plane was heading towards washington, d.c. but forced to turn around it did fortunately land safely back in texas. there was minor damage to the left engine. no one was hurt. three people are lucky to be alive after an avalanche knocks a house off its foundation in montana. in the next thing i know wires bouncing back and forth. would he thought it was an earthquake or somebody hit a telephone pole. we weren't sure what happened saul the sudden here comes the fire departments danging on our door. >> this is where it's really crazy, the snow buried an elderly couple and 8-year-old boy. residents and first responders rushed to the scene shoveling snow to find those victims. they were all pulled out alive. and this morning there is still a high risk of avalanche because of unstable snow conditions.
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the fcc will not be tapping into numerous across the country. it's scrapped its controversial study after setting off a firestorm of criticism. the project would have involved interviewing reporters and media owners about what stories they cover and why. critics say there is no place for the government inside numerous. he may be america's mayor. but the mob had a hit out on him? mafia boss allegedly ordered for mayor rudy giuliani to be killed back in the 1980 os when he was the u.s. attorney in the southern district of new york. but the plan was abandoned. he has been in italian jail for the past 2 oyears but still powerful within the mob. >> all right. let's get over to rick reichmuth now who is tracking those storms out west for us. california, hey, rick. >> great news, really. bously you don't want to see the mud slides but you desperately want to seat rain. and sometimes that's the way it works out there with all of the mountains that they have out there.
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incredible snow across the higher elevations. all the ski resorts have had a miserable season so far. this is good news. snow pack is what becomes your water sources that you drink across california. they are greght getting it. a little bit more to come as well. temperaturewise you see that cold air in place across the far northern tier. you look at these temperatures tonight, minus 25 actual air temperature in fargo. tomorrow night minus 21. you will will notice monday night flows get ready across the eastern seaboard. 6 degrees in d.c. 9 degrees in new york. cold air is going to get towards everybody. also going to be watching the snow. so we have winter storm warnings and blizzard warnings across parts of montana. we do have that avalanche concern across rockies and wasatch. heavy snow and great news for ski areas. winter storm warnings across kansas and missouri and in towards illinois. winter storm watches be seeing a big storm develop guys. big ice storm. always the most dangerous. causes the must power
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outages. people can't do anything on it. think we are going to see especially kentucky dealing with an half inch or so. >> all up and down the east coast. >> southeast will see some rain. not going to be a big deal for them across the southeast. >> it's going to be a bad monday here. >> bad monday here. bad sunday across the plains. >> thanks. rick. democrats want you to believe obamacare horror stories are all lies. what about our next guest? he is ceo. healthcare reform has forced him to stop hiring. >> hate it when you get behind someone in the checkout lines. get somebody with coupons? you are not alone. list of the top supermarket enemies. [ woman #1 ] why do i cook? because an empty pan is a blank canvas. [ woman #2 ] to share a moment. [ woman #3 ] to travel the world without leaving home.
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welcome back, two months now since a new tax on medical devices was implemented to help pay for obamacare. since then, the 2.3% excise tax has killed about 33,000 jobs in the industry and nearly 1/3 of medical device companies are cutting back. mark throwdol is the president of one of those companies a small one. pediatrics, orthopedic equipment for children. great to meet. >> you thank you very much, mike. good to be here. >> let's get into this excise tax. i said your company is small. it is compared to like a pfizer or some big -- >> -- yeah by all means. we are a company that's only seven years old. in that time we have developed the widest array of surgical implants for kids. these are products that were neglected before we came along. and in the hands of skilled surgeons in the operating room these products are
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either fastened to the bone or put inside the bone to treat serious fractures or deformities of the legs and the spine. >> it's fantastic what you are doing. we don't want to lose your company. this excise tax a little over 2%, what's it doing to you? >> we are a company that still isn't profitable. so the only way we can stump up the money to pay this tax is to reduce the pay of hiring of a rapidly growing business and to cut the pace of new product development. >> development is very expensive. >> it really is it's exextremely expensive and it's the life blood of a company like ours that is at the forefront of medical technology. >> i thought -- when i think excise taxes, i think like tax on alcohol and stuff like that. medical device for kids. >> is it just a technique thick to pay for obamacare? >> yeah. the affordable care act is in part financed by this thing. but what this tax ignores is
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that 800% of the companies in the medical device space are small businesses like ours. but this is where all the innovation comes from. >> right. >> and the average profitability of these 80% of the medical device companies is only 6% of sales. >> have you had to cut back on any employees? >> no. we have not done that we are not likely -- the big medical device companies that have cut these jobs, actually the statistic that you quoted may only be the tip of the iceberg. add voyeur very's estimate we have had to slow down the pace of hiring. our business is growing more than 40% a year. >> you you remember a little while ago we played a comment from harry reid that says most of these kind of negative stories about the affordable care act are not true. >> in the world i come from, mike, leaders are always alert to the unintended negative consequences of decisions. and when they get it wrong, they fix it and i guess i
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would urge senator reid to step up and put this issue to a vote and see what the senate has to say about this tax. >> i guess he is kind of basically saying that your story ♪ true. i have no idea. i would love to talk to him with my story and set him straight. because this kind of -- this tax is not going to sink our company. we are going to overcome this like any entrepreneurial company overcomes impediments put in its way. it's incredible to me that with an industry that supports a couple of million jobs in the u.s. 25 billion-dollar payroll and is one of the last global leaders in american industry the government would be wooden headed enough to impose this kind of burden. >> mark, hang in there, all right? keep us apprised of your story. >> nice to meet you, mike's. >> students at a public university told this about the 010 election. listen. >> white people having to pay for healthcare black, brown, gays, racism with the
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well, good morning, a group of university of wisconsin white water freshman got a lecture from the guest speaker in their general education class that was anything about general. the context of 2010 was white rage. white people having to pay for healthcare, blacks and browns, gays. racism with the first black president. you saw a bunch of narrative hatred bubbled up.
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>> that was guest aron. he blamed white rage for the current state of politics and ripped apart wisconsin governor scott walker. joining us now with more on the lecture is the uww freshman who caught it all on tape. kyle brooks was in the room filming it. nice to he so you this, no,. >> food morning, thanks for having me. >> mament prod you to wanting to start filming it there. did your radar go of o? something is odd about this lecture? what was your reaction? >> my professor in my gen ed sociology class invited her friend from milwaukee siu to speak to us. and right away he said pretty outrageous things about the republican party being racist. i quickly grabbed my phone and began filming. >> you say the theme of this lecture was kind of that all of the problems facing the country are because of these evil republicans who are only looking out for white people and wealthy people.
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you knew this professor leaned to the left but were you surprised that this person was brought in as a guest speaker. >> absolutely. up to 90 i knew she leaned left but i didn't know how radically left she leaned. she hit it pretty well in the class. once the guest speaker. politics on the right ring is fueled by right rage. the only reason republicans were successful in 2010 were fear over. not wanting to pay for brown people's insurance. it was absolutely outrageous toward the republican party. >> he is running for political office. what did you think then when the professor brought in the opposing viewpoint for a counter lecture? >> well, that's just the thing. the professor hasn't brought in an opposing viewpoint. and i didn't believe she will. i have a good feeling that with the culture of the campus these days, this type of radical left wing rant is acceptable whereas an opposing even moderate conservative view would not be accepted on the campus. >> now, kyle, you took some
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action, you took out your phone and began recording there. did anybody else in the class object to this? >> that's just the sad thing. not saying gel person objected. i think that's because students today are either afraid to speak up or they don't realize that they are being used as political pawns by the left wing and by the big unions. >> what did the professor say in reaction to knowing that you were filming this lecture? have you caught any flack for it? >> >> not yet i will see on tuesday. but i didn't believe that the professor has contacted me and the university hasn't commented yet. >> well maybe the opposing viewpoint will get to be heard after this segment airs on "fox & friends." kyle brooks, we do thank you for your time this morning. we do want to mention to everybody at home we did reach out to the university of wisconsin white water for a comment but have not heard back. >> thanks, kyle. welfare money going up in smoke. it's being used at pot shops. the latest effort to put an end to this. and it may not feel like it
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russia is making a lot of people nervous right now. in fact, some are even saying that the country may be starting a second cold war after it sent ships to cuba yesterday. then vladimir putin was like what's the big deal? i'm just doing throw back thursday. >> throw back thursday. oh. >> hey, when is the last time you guys have gone to a supermarket? >> daily in new york. because you can can only buy what you can carry. >> i live alone, there is a 7/11 next it my apartment building in philadelphia. i use it as my kitchen. i'm in there three or four times a day. >> so frozen pizza every night. corn dogs? >> that's my fridge. >> go to the grocery store on a regular basis. here is a list now compiled in research by the biggest pet peeves at supermarkets around the country by those people who are waiting in line. >> coupon collectors. it does save you money and i know a the lo of people. you drag them out and lay them all over the counter there. >> and you are stuck behind that person got to count up every single one of them. >> here is one for clorox.
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>> how about the woman who is sitting there fishing threw her purse or the man who is looking for his wallet and can't find it. what he is looking for to pay for the groceries. you just stood in line for how long. why didn't you you get the darn wallet out? >> anna. >> this is the person who forgot something and has to run down the aisle. >> i'm always that person. actually. >> i have done that too. >> you are holding up the whole line. the worse is you do that people got like a huge cart. >> this is also a problem person with too many items in the express lane. they push their luck. >> let's say it's 15 items. let's say you have 17. will you go ahead? i have done that. i got like two extra. >> you know why? because you probably haven't counted if you knew you were over. >> my biggest pet peeve though is the person, usually a many would, let's be honest writing a check. >> write the check at the grocery store anymore and
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they have to get like run it through nasa to get the verification. >> the exact change. >> they have to send it up to the satellite somewhere. >> i don't want to get emails and texts and stuff. >> sure you do. >> but the coin purse where the exact change person? you you know, oh, i think i have that. and fishing out pennies. >> there is a person who brings back a head of lettuce that they bought the day before. now this spoiled. you spent 779 cents on the darn thing. >> that's a seinfeld episode taking back peaches. >> i got a bad peach. >> we all got a bad peach. let us know what your supermarket annoyances are you can find us on twitter at ff weekend and also go to our facebook page as well. >> yeah, just in case we missed any. we do have other stories making headlines this saturday. start with a saturday story to tell you about. three members of the nation's top ultimate frisbee team are dead this morning. killed in a car crash in minnesota. police say a semi-truck slammed into the college student's suv on a highway
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near northfield just south of minneapolis. the suv apparently hit some ice and spun into the wrong lane, with it others inside the suv are still recovering this morning. the students played on the ultimate frisbee team for carlton college. we telling you about welfare debit cards being used in casinos. and strip clubs. and now it's being used to buy pot and let some g.o.p. lawmakers get their way. they want to ban welfare money withdrawals at pot dependence investigators in colorado dependence sears. dispense sears allowing withdraw. totaling $4,000 on the mary jane. okay. 1.2 million students have dropped from the national school lunch program since 2010 and 2011. that school year. state and local officials say the changes to the food and nutrition requirements affected student's decision to participate in the program. schools face challenges with students wasting food and
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have had difficulty planning menus that complied with calorie requirements. it is the logo of the boston red sox and their fans war with pride through last year's world series run it was even carved into the field at fenway park. now the red sox may be sued over their boston strong, their b strong logo. the foundation in el paso texas says that they had it first. it's called the brayden bound memorial foundation. and they provide financial assistance to organizations in texas. they also use b strong a message the foundation trademarked seven years ago. >> just marching in and really trying to in some respects strip the logo from this foundation and utilize it for profit and i just think that's wrong. >> wow. well, attorneys say that since the logos do not look similar the el paso charity faces an up hill legal
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fight. the boston strong became popular after the boston bombing. >> all right. let's get outside now. rick out in the 19-degree temperatures outside. to give us a look at the first alert forecast. hey, rick. >> it's meteorological spring begins today, clayton. >> you are in denial. >> i'm sticking to it and i'm a little bit in denial. it's cold and the cold air is going to be with us again for ail. when no big change to this weather participate we are in at all. take a look at the weather maps. break down today for you at least. here you go. well, out across parts of the west. you need some rain. and this is how much rain you need to end the drought. and this rain that we have gotten is great news but it is not going to bust this drought completely by any means. but, good three inches or so across parts of california. guys, i'm not sure if that's -- california get a little bit more coming in as well. let's change the subject. it is the world's greatest fishing show and it starts today in all bass pro shops.
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tim helicopter can with brass pro-shop fishing team. >> goodies everywhere. >> goodies everywhere. and we're thinking the spring classic. all right. there is no sign of spring in our mind. but you are only -- >> first of all, great to be back in new york. we do the bass pro shops spring classic this weekend through march 16th. great deals. lots going on. >> you guys teach people how to fish. people feel like there is a lot to it and when you fished as a kid you always got your line tangled. so, you guys give classes, right? >> we do. a lot more on just untangling the lobby. bassmaster university goes on starting this weekend and, you know, we have got over 80 pros top pros throughout the country. in the only can you can go and find what's trending. get the latest tackle. get it at a great sale this weekend but also learn how to use it? >> you can learn how to use it that's really important. one of the things that is free. i got a new rod last year and i was surprised it wasn't that expensive. >> lot of great deals going on in bass pro.
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we have this browning rod and reel. this one is on sale for 60 bucks. regularly $80. fantastic deals all weekend long thnct is cheap thing that parents can do with their kids absolutely. we have the kids catch and release. one of the cooler things when you watch kids walking in bass pro. they are looking in amazement all the beautiful stuff and great place to take family no doubt. >> not just kids. >> i feel like a kid every time i go. >> so fishing line. >> yeah you have got to have line to put on the rods and reels. one of the cool things going on this weekend. buy two spools get one free. >> will you help the people put the line on to their reel? >> absolutely. one of the techniques that we teach how to choose by -- bass pro has the new brady line out there. all the techniquesing if on with bassmaster university. to help customers know what to purchase and how to use it.
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got how about this. richie incognito the center. teams of bull bowling scandal. admitted to arizona psychiatric clinic. this after video surfaced t med of incognito ferrari parked on front lawn bashed in with a baseball bat. incognito says he was responsible for the damage. teams are are thing are did he not go to the clinic voluntarily though. and playing stupid didn't keep this florida man out of jail. 4 of-year-old guy alan chester was arrested and charged with cocaine possession in key west, florida. his excuse? he told police he didn't know cocaine was illegal in the state of florida. he remains in jail without
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bond. >> states have different laws. >> sure. >> well, don't like a law? just ignore it. macy the message from attorney general eric holder to his counterparts across the country. he is telling states attorney general to look the other way if they don't agree with it. >> he will do what it takes to defend the state attorney. sean reyes. welcome to the show. >> thank you, clayton, it's good to be on with you this morning. >> i'm curious your take on eric holder's statements this week where he said engaging in the process of enforcing these laws and making that determination is something that's appropriate for an attorney general to do. it's up to you. what did you think of that? >> sure, and before i comment on that, clayton, let me say i hope attorney general holder is feeling better. i wish him a speedy recovery. but to your question. i totally disagree with attorney general holder and i think it's a dangerous message to send why?
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is there any clear constitutional precedent for this to happen that you could just ignore a law of the land? no, i didn't believe there is any. i'm speaking for myself in our circuit. i'm not aware of any other circuit precedent that would allow an attorney general to disregard their own law be a not defend it and not stand up. stand up for the oath that they have taken. and fulfill their ethical duty and their constitutional duty does it set a dangerous precedent that they can pick and choose which ones they want to uphold? >> sure, i believe it does set a dangerous precedent. i think judges can be activist judges by substituting their own personal beliefs or political beliefs for the law. and i think attorneys can
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can also be activists by, again, following their personal beliefs or religious believes or political blofs i don't think there is room to make that discretionary decision unless there is clear and binding resident which there is not in this case. >> do you think this is a holding pattern right now until the supreme court sinks its teeth into this? >> i do believe so. enemy we get final word from the supreme court. i don't think anyone can say definitively whether it's constitutional or not. that's why we are involved in this process. it's clearly an issue of extreme importance and it deserves debate and it deserves good representation on both sides. and many states are working their through the process. but, again, it suggest to states attorneys general don't have to defend their laws to me it's indefensible
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and offensive. >> amendment three in your state was pass passed for 66% of the voters there it is the law of the land and yet you are being told by the federal attorney general just walk away from it what's next for the state of you call. >> we have a reply brief we will be filing march 11th. we are slated for oral argument before the 10th circuit. i'm glad clayton you underscored the federal nature of general holder's position on one level despite how offended i am, i think his comments are rather inconsequential because is he speaking outside the purview of his authority yeah on a state-to-state basis. we appreciate you joining us this morning. interesting perspective. >> thank you very much,
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a 2 minutes after the hour now. if you can't be in los angeles on star studded night on sunday. there are still plenty of ways to be part of the oscars. from nyc to dallas you can take a trip to where the top movies take place. joining us with destination nomination travel expert and the envelope says, let me open it. mark murphy. good morning. great to be with you. >> thanks. >> first up for the dallas buyers club you say? >> texas is big, right? so go big. stay at the omni hotel a thousand rooms and get into it for about $119 a night right now. we are talking about next weekend. so, do a last-minute trip. go down, check it out. go check out the museum of art. the bow the owe botanical garden. >> i love dallas. i have family there the biggest complaint is it is spread out. you say the omni is a great location. >> great location. >> how about new york, new york? >> the wolf of wreath. the london hotel. if you are a wolf you want to stay in a suite not just a standard hotel room. where i'm staying this weekend is all suites.
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and if you book it with a travel agent and get the right package you get a free breakfast every day and some case $100 food and beverage credit. get that free breakfast. >> if you are in midtown you can still see head downtown to wall street. >> go up to central park. check out central park. go up to the boat house. do that and then a new york city flight scene skyline tour and take in all of new york city. via helicopter. that's how a wolf would do it. >> 8 million people on this little island we call manhattan here. san francisco, california, this one is for blue jasmine. >> yes, great movie and great city. i love san francisco. one of my favorite cities in the entire world. check out the clift hotel right in the tender lion district. has a bar called the red room. art dzeko. inspired bar. piano player and awesome way to step back in time. you have to do the alcatraz tour. do the guided tour with the ear piece and it's like you are on the rock with the
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inmates. living that experience. the other thing i would do one of these don't drive yourself. do a shuttle which is a great value. be a player take a private car with a private driver and cruise around and check out the vineyard right there in napa. >> i have been to uptake vineyard around the hillsborough area. >> there are some of them. it's unbelievable. >> in atlantic city, new jersey for american hustle. >> yes. did the hustle. >> do the hustle. >> ac the rebel resort. >> that's the newest one. >> monster right thereon the boardwalk. if you are north going to get the money at the tables, go spend some money at caesar's pier shops right up the boardwalk. a really short walk. everything is pretty much back to normal after sandy. enjoy atlantic city do that for $89 a night. all the hotels we are talking about whether it's the loan ton done for 34 the or rebel for $89 on clift hotel have great values going on right now.
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>> a lot of good restaurants in those hotels as well. >> great food places. the velvet room at the clift hotel is a great spot. >> combine american hustle and wolf of wall street and come on to new york city as well since it's not too far, right? >> absolutely. couple hours away and good little get away. >> mark murphy, appreciate it 56 minutes after the hour on your saturday morning. remember when the president said this? >> if you like your healthcare plan, you will be able to keep your healthcare plan, period. >> well, we now know that is not true and the clintons knew about it 20 years ago? you are scratching your head on this one but we're going to explain it for you. harry reid just called millions of americans are w. healthcare horror stories liars. what does governor mike huckabee think about that? he is going to be joining us at the top of the hour. god morning, governor. know the little song he'll hum
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hello and good morning to you, it is saturday the first of march, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. we start with a fox news alert. the situation in ukraine growing more dire by the hour. >> russian troops roaring into the country, president obama says there will be costs if it escalates. but it s. putin even listening? >> and good morning i'm mike in for tucker. remember this promise from the president? if you like your healthcare plan, you will be able to keep your health care plan, if you like your doctor u you will be able to keep your doctor, period. >> turns out not to be true. did you know that bill clinton almost sold the same line. why he and hillary clinton didn't. >> and it's probably most day.ble video you will see the story behind this
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breaking point in ukraine. taking control of airports and going after missile bases and the strategic crimea reasoning. ukraine ordering its border patrol on high alert and sending vessels out to sea. state department issuing a travel warning. this as president obama sends a message to vladimir putin urging against military action just days after the world came to russia for the olympic games it would invite the condemnation of nations around the world and indeed the united states will stand with the international community in affirming that there will be costs for any military interconvention in ukraine. >> now crimea's pro-russian leader has claimed control of that area but at this hour the acting ukrainian president signing a decree ruling his actions are illegal we will have more on this with governor mike huckabee coming up. while you were sleeping. scary moments under the american airlines flight
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after a plane was hit by birds. we heard this of before it happened after taking off from dallas. the plane was heading to washington, d.c. but was forced to turn around. it did land safely back in texas. there was some minor damage to the left engine. no one was hurt. three people are lucky to be alive after an after burries a house in monday tan. >> that the next thing i know the wires were just bouncing back and for the. we thought its an earthquake or somebody hit a telephone pole. we weren't sure what happened. and then all of a sudden here comes the fire department banging on our door. >> check it out. part of the house left lying on its side. the snow also buried an elderly couple and 8-year-old boy. residents and first responders rushed to the scene shoveling snow to find those victims. they were pulled out alive. this morning there is still a high risk of avalanches because of unstable snow conditions there. a texas sized school football player throws a hail mary asking a gorgeous texas cheerleader.
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the catch he had to get the message tweeted $10,000 in order for her to say i didn't. with a little help he ramirez closed the deal in less than 24 hours. >> of course. i'm like i'm showing everybody in class. everybody is like whoa. high fives. don't forget who your real friends are. >> a promise is a promise. as soon as he asked me i said yes and i'm sticking to that so may 10th on prom when i'm there. >> mike says he plans to wear a red, white, and blue texans tux for the occasion. please send us a picture. we would love it to see it. >> good job rarms. we had a a ramirez. more snow back east. rick reichmuth. >> look at this shot. incredible rain about -- almost three and a half inches in downtown l.a. going to the higher elevations up across some of the mountain areas. and you gets a will the more rain kind of run out of those clouds. and so some of the totals are probably going to be over 10 inches a few spots
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and also some pretty significant snow. this is all great news to get that they need the snow pack. that helps feed the reservoirs and that's where they get the drinking water from eventually and have been in this drought so the rain absolutely outunderstanding news. we have more today. it's going to begin to taper off by tomorrow. tomorrow night things are mostly going to be fine. still more rain coming. in in to arizona as well. another place that needs it some of their higher elevations seeing up to three inches of rain. this is what is left of it. notice a few of the yellow spots. we will see more snow up around big bay area. ski areas also very happy with this. take a look what this is going to do though. it we are going to be watching big time winter weather advisories. kansas city, parts of olbermann. through much of missouri no storm and ice storm. ice storm where it is most dangerous. take a look at the pinch there. mainly power outages by the time we get through the day on monday. >> the pink makes it look adorable. >> i should come up with a
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more ominous looking color for ice. >> blinking red. >> you bet. >> governor mike huckabee joins us now on the curvey couch to talk politics. nice to see you, governor. >> thank you. >> you are here interesting moment right now as we watching what's unfolding now in ukraine. it's tenuous situation because we know russian portions have ceased parts parts -- seized. russia we want you out. get out. but the leader of the crimea region is saying come on. in come on, in putin. and president obama issuing some stern warnings yesterday. what was your response to president obama saying there be hash consequences. >> i'm sure putin is shaking in his fur covered boots. the red line in syria. we are going to get control of benghazi. it means nothing. and putin knows it means nothing. that's why they sent 8 great big c 141 transport planes filled with russian soldiers
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into the ukraine. they are not worried that the united states is going to do anything. this nonsense there are going to be costs. tell us what are they? >> what can we do? we send the military forces in there. >> this week we have biggest cuts in our military history pushes us back to preworld war ii levels. i'm not saying we ought to militarily intervene because that probably doesn't make sense. why make these empty threats because everybody in the world knows we don't mean it like the parent who says don't make me come up there. don't make me come up there and the kids know they are never going to come up there. >> what i understand could've messaging does it send too when just moments after he makes had stern request to putin he goes out campaigning the democratic national committee? one more example all about politics and not go governorring there will be costs and says it's party time. >> 5:00 somewhere. >> yeah. i mean it was really incredibly just lousy optic
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for the president to give. >> what could the costs be though? >> well, there is really not much we russia. >> they have oil money. they made the deal with egypt. they flipped egypt in their favor against us. they're the ones who now have intervened in syria. they are the ones that even though they shouldn't be that much of a super power, they are behaving like it. and who is going to stop them? who is going to even stand up and say don't with any authority. >> you you can't do anything. what's the president supposed to say? >> i think what the president should do is first of all, you have got to have a military that has the kind of teeth and strength, rather than saying we are going to cut it back, we're going to roll it back, we are going to have fewer forces. the only way you have the power to sell someone not to do something is had you are billy jack and you can say i'm going to take this foot and i'm going to put it on that side of your face and not a thing you can do to stop it. when you basically say not i'm an iron fist but i'm a olympic wrist which that is where we are are headed as a country. we have no authority to tell
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anybody anything. karen a big stick but in this situation do we want to be stirring up a hornet's nest there in that part of the world? >> no. i don't think what we want to do is -- there is no military interest in. what we don't have is the authority to give the threat or the potential that we could pull together an international evening together a mannedful of nations for economic sanctions that that's our real tragedy. moving troops in there by the thousands. you a we can do is just say there will be costs but no one takes that seriously. >> and then go to happy hour i want to ask but happy hour. diving 2016 election. among the things that have come out in these files are
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about healthcare and humanizing hillary clinton. back in the day they wanted to humanize her and not make her seem so rigid. when reporters asked you questions, don't get angry. don't get angry. that was one thing that came out. also, another thing that came out was that they were aware back then that they pulled out a line from a speech that bill clinton was going to give on healthcare about you will get to keep your plan. they actually removed it in 1994 in a speech. here it is a memo exchange between the clinton white house and the aides. can we get away with this? isn't the whole thrust to steer them towards hmo providers. promising something we know full well we won't deliver. >> isn't that ironic? >> anybody could have known that and we could have known it about obamacare -- we did know about obamacare. if someone ran a state insurance pool for 70,000 programs and medicaid program with 700,000 people in it, you know full well there is no way that obamacare was going to be able to work in the manner
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in which it did because when you put that many uninsured people into a system and you don't have any controls on utilization, you are not going to be able to afford to pay for and it people are not going to be able to access it. no surprise to anybody. was no surprise to people inside the obama white house it's just that chose not to market it that way. no sale to the american people if they did. >> they didn't just market it that way. they marketed the opposite and made the promise you could keep your doctor and healthcare plan. >> repeatedly. >> we have the monday taj of monday tawnel. >> bernie madoff is in prison because he repeatedly scammed people. this is an administration that repeatedly scammed the american public and, you you know, he is having happy hour. go figure. by the way let me react to one thing the idea that hillary clinton was told by mandy grumwald and others you have got to be more human and real. let me just say to you, when
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your handlers have to tell you to be real, you are not real. >> whether you are real or not real. >> you you either naturally have it or get an oscar for the performance that you portray. >> that is fascinating. you have all these aides. these handlers around you on the campaign trail telling to you act a certain way. we know her anger. we saw you that in benghazi hearings where they worried about that type of response, the what difference does it make in yelling into a tape at the reporter. >> that's going to be one of the challenges the fact that this reveals such a coaching going on of use humor, don't get angry, don't snap at people tells us the real inner personality. >> don't real political advisors do that. >> there is a sense that they do. >> mid romney you need to be different. >> you get that you know, smile a little more in the camera. pause before you answer. i get all of that stuff. but, this is a systematic approach to tell someone be
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more real. relax, be more human i just think it's it revealing that they were worried to death 20 years ago that hillary clinton was going to be a real problem? pr. >> all these emails being revealed, do they have to do that? it seems to me if i was hillary clinton i would want to keep those under wraps until the mid terms. >> i'm not sure why -- unless there was some promise 20 years ago that they would release them at a certain date and time. >> yeah. >> just happened to be inopportune moments at the mid terms and 2016 cycle. that's the only reason can i can think. if there are federal records, there is a certain point they be released they are private records they don't. >> take a couple weeks to download. we will will be hearing a bit more. >> hey, governor, stick around, will you? >> okay. >> we have more to talk to you about. including. this. >> lies distorted by the republicans to grab headlines or make political
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despite all that good news, there is plenty of horror stories being told, all of them are untrue, but they are being told all over america. >> in addition, the parade of horrible stories trod the out by the haters of this bill will prove not to be true. >> hearing the republican horror stories about these exchanges and coverage under the affordable care act. and, as we have seen, many of those horror stories turned out to have been invented. first it was harry reid who called americans with obama horror stories liars. now back to his reaction with the comment former
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arkansas governor mike huckabee. good morning. i mean, isn't it certainly a horror story if you you liked your doctor but you can't keep your doctor and who really is the liar when the president received four pinocchios for that. >> it's bad enough when harry reid calls the republicans liars and always making everything partisan. this is a new thing for harry reid to basically say that the millions of americans who really have lost their healthcare that they are a bunch of liars. and somehow harry reid sync garrly knows the stories of these millions of people. we will have one on our show tonight though ho will talk about his own mother, a cancer patient, lost her healthcare coverage. i would love for harry reid to come to the set tonight come to our show and look that man in the eyes and tell him his mother is a liar. let him do that i can't wait for that. >> isn't that what's going to happen when these democrats get to the town hall meetings as they run for re-election and out there joining harry reid about this chorus about liars and untruths and look at people like and this a it's really going to hit home. >> it's going explode and
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great youtube mommy's. some people calling for harry reid's resignation to be leader. oh, i hope not. look, we need harry reid to continue in thisg as he goes thh this nonsense stuff, it only helps the republican's chances of winning the senate in 2014. keep him in that position. keep him saying these crazy things. >> what's the strategy for democrats right now? they don't appear to be running from obamacare necessarily. in fact, they are trying to shoot the messengers of the bad news. is that a smart political. >> that's all i have got. i think they were going to run from obama mayorca. they realized they couldn't. their fingerprints are all over the weapon. >> and the vote. >> and there is nothing they can do to distance themselves. there is not a single fingerprint on obama care. only democrats. they own it. so when they realized they couldn't run from it, now they are just going to say that the critics are not being accurate and true. here is the problem they are going to face. this isn't something that is
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being put together in a nebulous world where people have yet to experience it real people, businesses are experiencing it people have lost jobs. people have lost their healthcare. people's premiums have gone up. obama promised keep your doctor, keep your health insurance, it will be $2,500 less per family. >> what else are you doing tonight? >> we are going to have a panel of military generals and navy commanders who will talk about what these pentagon cuts really mean to the readiness of our military. >> we'll be watching. >> okay. governor huckabee great to see you. 8 p.m. on the fox news channel. thanks, governor. >> up here on the show he was found with a needle in his arm. what happened to philip seymour hoffman disturbing details ahead. >> top tech's can saying they are ready to hire. not looking for people with college degrees. is college a thing of the past? we will debate it. >> i have a shot. [ woman #1 ] why do i cook?
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work back what do you think of philip seymour hoffman's death ruled an accident. 46-year-old was killed by a dock tail of drugs including heroin, cocaine, amphetamine. he was found dead inside his apartment february 2nd with a needle in his arm. and the woman dubbed the hot convict is suing over her picture-perfect mugshot. meganson's booking photo went viral following her 2010 arrest in florida. she is suing the background check remember site saying they are illegally using her
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pretty mugshot for financial gain in an ad. >> think you need college for top notch career think again. google is bringing in more people without degrees. gpas are worthless. we found they actually don't predict anything. meanwhile some companies are actually looking at your sat scores in the hiring process. how important is college in the scheme of things? joining us now for a fair and balanced debate. amber northern and director of freedom works whitney neil. nice to see both of you byes this morning. >> good morning. >> amber, first your reaction to that college degrees could be worthless. test scores worthless as a way to measure. >> all right. so college degrees are aren't worthless. test scores aren't worthless. more than a quarter of folks with 2 year degrees, so these are folks with
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credentials other than bachelor's degree are earning more. folks can earn good money. we need to do a much better job at the high school level of tieing what folks expect in the workplace to what kids are learning in high school. so right now we are not doing a very good job at all of preparing these kids who aren't going to go to college to actually be ready to go to google and other places where they can actually make good money without having to go to college. other countries do a great job of this. asia, china, do a wonderful job of preparing kids right out of high school to enter the work place, we don't. >> whitney lead me bring you in on this. his point is we have five hiring attributes at google. number one thing we look for is general cognitive ability and it's not iq. it's not test scores. what do you say to his point? >> i think he is right. you know, these guys that are ceos of major corporations, they know what's best tore their companies who they look to hire. a lot of companies have
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sthir own test when you come in to interview that they set up internally that best predict going to do well in their workforce. we look at the grand scheme of education today and the president of ithaca college, he used to work for the gre board. he even said that for their university test scores aren't a good predictor of their student's at the tenel performance both in school and in the workforce. and then we look at the ce ohs of ceos facebook, microsoft. apple, steve jobs none of them finished college. it's hard to say that a college degree is a predetermine nant of how successful you are going to be in the workforce. >> amber, here is some unemployment rates. go ahead, take that away. >> no. i just want to get the point in that test scores do matter there were some fantastic research by some great economists a few years ago. they followed 1 million elementary school children into adulthood. you you know what they found? they found that once they -- these were kids with high-test scores. they made more money. they were more likely to graduate from college. they were more likely to get a great job.
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more likely to live in high income neighborhoods and more likely to safe more money for retirement. those people with test scores. >> unemployment rates here. with the college degree of 8.2%. high school graduate 6. a%. almost double. does she have point? >> i think we have major unemployment problem in this country. we have a lot of the people with college degrees that can't find jobs. if you have a ceo of google saying this college degree isn't a predetermine nant of employment. i might encourage people not to get into high levels of student loan debt if there is an opportunity to get training elsewhere and find gainful successful employment. the job market is always changing and evolving. the careers of 10 years ago are not the careers we see today. find alternative methods rather than getting in heavy student loan debt. >> fascinating debate considering we are putting that money in 529 plan for kids at home i'm scratching my head going is it all worth it? thank you guys, amber and whitney we appreciate you joining us this morning. i would love to hear what you know. find me on clayton morris.
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this is because she quote unquote doesn't pay attention to a thing he does. best of luck with that. think it changes as they get older? >> did you notice that we put the deck on the house? my wife will be like i didn't even notice that. is that done? totally unaware. >> the woman i worked with in philadelphia she put her house on the market and didn't tell her husband. i'm not kidding. so a realtor comes to the door with someone to look at the house. what you are doing here? your house is up on the market. it is? i won't say her name. >> we have a big thing coming up on "fox & friends." elisabeth hasselbeck is launching a brand new feature series and it's called my america. >> it debuts on wednesday during the 8:00 a.m. hour only on "fox & friends." >> and here she is now with a little preview of the series.
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thanks guys, this week we are going to be bringing you a brand new series called my america. this sex sighting moment for me personally because we are going all over the country and bringing you some pretty amazing stories. some will be inspirational. others bringing a dose of humor. and whether we are going to explore in usual past time or crazy new trend, we guarantee you are going to meet someone who is doing something special and making this world a better place. setting table this week will be darryl wallace jr. a young man. wait until you meet him. made history by becoming the first african-american to win a nascar race in almost 50 years. darryl races in nascar's truck series for the legendary football coach turned race star owner darryl gibbs who believes darryl is the real deal. >> the great things about sports you can't con your way or talk your way or buy your way. have you got to race your way. and i think he has done that. we will have darryl's story as well as many others in the weeks to come. it's journey that i hope will capture as much of your
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amera my america. don't miss this series. premiers inside the 8:00 a.m. hour right here on "fox & friends." >> cool. >> going to be a good one. >> i like it. ♪ she's got the whole world in her hands. >> we have other headlines we need to get to. the obama administration making yet another change to the president's healthcare law. this time they are offering subsidies to people who bought private insurance outside of the obamacare exchanges. the administration will also allow people to get subsidies retroactively once they obtain a plan from state's marketplace even if their income has not been chekdz. critics say that can open up the door to fraudsters who will try to get taxpayer dollars even if they don't qualify for them. dude, where's your car? under a mountain of snow. a couple of snow plow drivers in massachusetts caught on camera bearing -- burying a government owned
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truck on purpose. the plows were clearing a parking lot during a snow storm back in february. it's not viewer why they divided to target the truck which ended up with some minor damage. so far no charges have been filed. but the produce drivers responsible have been disciplined. >> i bet. and apparently one father thinks there is no such thing as being too young to work out. check out this daddy daughter routine. >> planked out? okay. raise your feet up. raise your feet up. left shoulder action here. okay. nice job. nice job. her name is lilly and her dad michael calls this the lilly workout. as you see she stakes the lead there with all the new fitness moves tells him what to do apparently. this video posted on michael facebook page has been shared over the last couple weeks. >> that's a great use of belly time.
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>> they are planking. doing their belly time. hey, let's get outside to rick reichmuth because it's the world's greatest distance show. it all starts today bass pro shops. >> tim helicopter of bass pro shops. >> rich, i know they call me rich. it's even written rich in the prompter. tim, we love it when you guys are here. we would love it if it felt more like spring. at least. big time in bass pro shops. >> it is the bass pro shops spring classic. all of pass fishing as far as retail goes we are excited about it. >> this right here, boat looks pretty awesome. >> this is the nitro z 7. nitro is the hottest boat in bass fishing. this is the same boat we compete n major league fishing. we are going to give this boat away. >> you can ski. >> how do people register? >> you come into the store and register. there are also going to be able to win a trip. hottest on tour. every time edwin competes is he either winning or right there at the top.
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you also get a chance to say at big cedar logic. one of the most impressive resorts you will ever find. >> you guys a the lo of people have their old rod and reel and you guys trade them in. >> yeah, bass pro has a great program. bring a reel in. doesn't matter if it's used or what condition. and you can get up to $100 back on any new reel purpose. >> what do you do with the reels that you trade in. >> that's the cool story. bass pro is heavily involved with a lot of local kid events throughout all of the country. they is given away 88,000 pieces of fishing equipment to these type charities. >> that is a good time to get those. >> no doubt. buy the rod or the reel? >> you can bring in the rod trade-in as well. this here is the johnny morris rheem. get it for 114.97. a great combination. >> be honest with me. i remember as a kid oftentimes at some point you would end up getting your reel stuck. have they made improvements? can people be less afraid of that pain when you are
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fishing? >> amazing how smooth they are. technology in reels is no different than anything else happening. 11 ball bearing wheel. top of the line. very fine product. >> all right. shoes? >> yeah. if you are going to get out on the boat. we have got our life jackets on and shoes. also on sale, 49.9' in the worldwide sportsman. >> i assume it's got good grip. >> no doubt to be in the boat. >> okay. and then this right here. if you are out on a boat, do you need to have a vest on? >> you know what? even a lot of states it's mandatory that you have got to have it of course it's cold today. in the summertime it's going to keep you cool not hot. >> you don't want -- also inflate on you. it's got a deal that will blow up in the water or pull the cord. >> floating not good so. there you go, guys. >> cut off blood flow to your head. >> careful. >> there you go. >> rick promise -- >> okay now, the opposite of
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fishing on a lake is traffic. is this a familiar sight for you on a monday morning. why your daily killer commute is dangerous for your health. it really could be a killer. >> and you heard this story on "fox & friends." a veteran fired for replacing a tattered american flag but are very own cheryl casone is helping him get a job as he has advice for all of our veterans. how you can rework your resume for the real corporate world. come on in cheryl; i ys say be thman with the plan but with less ergy, moodiness, i had to do something. i saw mdoctor. a blood test showed it was low testosterone, not age. we talked about axiron the onlynderarm low t treaent that can restore t vels to normal in about two weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18
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we told you about a veteran fired from his job for replace ago tattered american flag and he faced the problem so many of our veterans face. how do translate military
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skills to work place skills. >> it is hard to convert what we do to -- it's not all of us are it gays. there are a the love us out there and you are kind of on your own. >> well, is he not on his own anymore. retired navy chief petty officer rick hailman is now interviewing with new jobs with the help from our very own cheryl casone from the fox business network. we are so happy to have you here and that you decided you wanted reach out. you said you saw him on the show and said i can help this guy. >> we are going to be doing this every week, actually. there are so many veterans out there that have a particular what rick had. that was a resume that didn't translate into the corporate world. there is lots of programs out there that are not getting to those guys. we are going to talk about thatted in the weeks to come. today i wanted to focus on the resume and the mistakes that he was making and how that resume was changed in 24 hours that rick and other vets can get a job. the first one was, let me
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show you the before and after of rick's resume. it was very cluttered as you can see this. the after was more streamlined. it was more -- there is more spacing. more bullets. can you see kind of the difference. >> >> absolutely. more enticing for an employer, i imagine. >> he was writing things like -- his old resume which actually i'm holding in my hand it said excellent trainer, mentor facilitator coach and problem solver. do you know what that is? that's a manager. that's the simplest thing that he could have done to show a company i have got all these skills on the battlefield that i can take into your company. here is how i'm going to do it and management positions pay a lot more. >> employers too, they don't know about the jargon, the military jargon and what does retired petty officer. that needs to be stream lined. >> we can show that as well. he had a lot of acronyms on his resume: nsw, nso program buds. feod. these are all on his re may.
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h.r. person in corporate america going i have absolutely no idea what any of that is. take all that stuff out and translate that as well. i will keep working on rick's resume this weekend to make some more changes for him. again, it's just not translating. the message is getting lost in the jargon, the words and investor bang. jargon. -- remember verbiage. >> so specific to the military it was too many words, too many titles in his military resume. and, again, if you look you can see that all of those lines were simplified on the bottom. again, every -- three sentences became one sentence. you and i are journalists we know we have got to keep it s but many people especially on resume they want to get out so much about themselves they forget they have an audience which is that person across the table interviewing them that has to be able to quickly understand what they're
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saying. that was the difference i think i found most first and foremost. a lot of resumes that i get. i'm flooded with them every week from viewers. >> what a challenge that our veterans have to try to change from this military lifestyle back to the civilian lifestyle. >> right. >> so many deal with this as they're looking for jobs, unemployment high for them. what tips do you have? >> these are my tips to all of you especially. again, i want focus on these veterans out there that are watching. i know you are not getting the jobs that you want right now and i want to help you. have you got to emphasize like did i with rick man managerial skills. take out the majority of acronyms i told you that that is very important. also informational interviews. you want to go out and set up conversations. there is nothing wrong with having a conversation with a company. rick was working at a tractor supply company. when i looked at his resume i was shocked that he didn't have even better because he is somebody that is deserving and has the experience on his resume 22
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years in the navy? working at tractor supply company? comen o, i mean, but his story is indicative of so many of our heros out there that are not getting the opportunities that they deserve. so we're going it do this every weekend. and hopefully change things. >> we love to hear that he has got interest from a few places. cheryl, we are going to have you back every single week. thank you so much. what a great thing you are doing. we love. this thank you. >> that's going to be every saturday. a whole lot more for you coming up on "fox & friends" weekend. women across america. the vice president feels your pain. >> this is about freedom. how many of you are single women with in a dead end job. you are there because of your health insurance? >> well, joe biden praising obamacare because it let's the ladies stay home. but is that really what every woman wants? and, are you ready for a good pick-me up? how about the best pickup truck of 2014? they're live on the plaza. we're going to be back to watch.
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are you ready for a good pick me up on a saturday morning. there's nothing better than a good pick up truck. "consumer reports" chose the best for 2014 and we got them right here live on 48th street. here to give us a look is the content specialist at "consumer reports." mike, good to see you. we have four trucks out here. down at the end is your number one yuaner for 2014.
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let's start with this one. this one is sexy. >> this is a ford f-150. it's sporty cab model. it's the number one selling vehicle of all time. at least the last 30 years. this has the eco boost v 6 engine supposed to improve fuel economy. neat sporty stripe. channelling the inner mustang. this is a pick up truck. good for work. get it with four wheel drive, rear wheel drive. did very well in "consumer reports" testing. >> i think really the truck industry changed when you could get more people into a truck. with the double doors, two cabs. >> sure thing. >> is this a chevrolet silve silverado. high end. this is not a cheap truck but filled with wonderful v8. did very well in "consumer
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reports." >> when i was growing up i never thought i would spend over $50,000 on a truck. >> what's cool about this is that trucks aren't for work any more. whether you want a sporty kind of experience, you need a work experience, you want something more luxurious. >> you put four or five people in that sucker, the kids and everything else. look at this one. this is a tundra. >> we got the toyota tundra another good performer. excellent reliability. interesting thing about the tundra it's built in san antonio, texas. american built vehicle. >> even though it's a >> it's got great towing. it's got excellent payload capacity. another very good performer. >> look at that grill. it looks angry. tough. >> and this is the number one. a hemi under the hood. >> this is the ram 1500.
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this is "consumer reports" top pick in our april issue. what we love the ram it's comfortable inside, quiet. great v8 engine. this particular model has heated seats for both the front and rear passengers. >> i need a heated seat. >> heated steering wheel. a truck all work. this is like a luxurious luxury car inside. >> that's nice. my goodness. >> thanks for having me up. >> i'm going to warm up. see you kids. >> plush green pillows like this. >> girlie. hey coming up here on the show, a school board meeting gets heated. >> this is crazy. my wife, i give my wife everything. i do anything i can for my wife. i'm sleeping with her. who your sleeping with. >> why he's so angry. the superintendent banked more than $750,000 for one year.
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more from that meeting and one of those angry taxpayers joins us live.
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hello, good morning to you it is saturday the 1st of march, 2014. we start with the fox news alert. tensions rising in ukraine. russian troops roaring into the country blocking roads and airports. president obama says there will be costs if this escalates. but is putin even listening? >> and i'm in for tucker. stuck in the middle of nightmare because of obamacare are you? harry reid says you're lying about it. >> lies. distorted by republicans to grab headlines or make political advertisements. >> now the white house seems to be doubling downtown senate leader's comments. we'll play the tape four. a school board meeting gets heated. have you ever seen a school board meeting like this.
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watch. >> this is crazy. my wife, i give my wife everything. i do anything i can for my wife. i'm sleeping with her. who your sleeping with? >> wow. why he's so angry. the superintendent banked more than $650,000 for one year. more from that meeting in one of those angry taxpayers joins us live to explain what went on there. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. >> who your sleeping with, clayton? ♪ you and me going fishing in the dark ♪ ♪ lying on our back and counting the stars ♪ what a great band, nitty gritty dirt band. bass pro shops has turned our plaza into their spring fishing classic. >> we're going fishing on the plaza. >> i was just out there doing my tough guy truck segment and there's a sheen of ice on our
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pond out there. >> it froze? >> filled it up this morning. >> and rick thinks its spring because its meteorological spring on march 1st. he's full of it. >> sure doesn't feel like it. we're getting ready for spring fishing. >> and a snoern coming. >> craig campbell singing "keep those kisses coming" at the end of the hour. stay tuned for that. >> meanwhile this. >> first we have a fox news alert. overnight tensions reach a breaking point in ukraine. moments ago russian president vladimir putin asking parliament for permission to use russian military in crimea. the pro russian leader of crimea has claimed control and is asking putin to step in. elizabeth is following the details. elizabeth, how have things changed at this hour? >> reporter: well, first of all, things are constantly changing
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and that breaking news you said about putin tensions don't escalate. to show you how complicate this conflict is, the leader of ukraine is newly elected but more aligned with the russian government than ukraine. much of the area still speaking russian and sympathizing for vladimir putin. that leadership requested president putin's involvement for helping to queen sure peace in the region. allegedly they were losing stability and control. therefore, placing the blame on ukrainians or so it appears. president obama holding a press conference, impromptu one yesterday with stwaerngs for the growing conflict. >> just days after the world came to russia for the olympic games it would invite the condemnation of nations around the world. and, indeed, the united states will stand with the international community in affirming that there will be costs for any military intervention in ukraine. >> reporter: tensions are so
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high in the crimea region, officials have closed the airspace and the airport there. the state department has issue ad travel warning discouraging anybody from getting anywhere near that region. reports are also hitting the wires which say russian forces are trying to seize control of an anti-aircraft missile base in crimea showing again that tensions continue to grow. as far as u.s. involvement russia says it warns against it. >> i think i can say that interference from our western colleagues has not been helpful and they have certain responsibility for those dramatic consequences and also responsibility for not following through with the agreement they themselves brought about and affixed their signatures to on february 21st. >> reporter: we did hear from house intelligence committee chairman mike rogers said the latest aggression is a threat not just to you crane but regional peace and stability.
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back to you. crimea is an autonomious part of ukraine. >> it's a warm port for russia. very important port area. it's very interesting because on the one hand you have the new ukrainian prime minister say stay out. you're in our airports. taking over parts of our country. get out. then you have the crima prime minister saying come on in. >> come on in. putin, help us. >> give us some help. two conflicting areas of one country. >> and putin asking to be able to bring in the military, but, i mean, we're already seeing it, really with the cargo planes coming one and the armed guards overtaking the airports and the helicopters, and everything else. >> the president said don't go in there or else but they are already going in there. at this hour they are going in. >> what kind of response has the united states had. he issued a stern warning. yesterday hastily called press
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conference. if you read the front page of the "daily news" he lays down these red lines but hollow threats. the ukrainians and everybody is shocked by the weakness of obama's statement. it is -- i find it rather staggering and the fact that we have done nothing of any importance. what he's saying we won't do anything it's a code and it tells europeans and others how serious we are and how much we want to carry it through. could you not have issue ad more flaccid statement than what obama did. the world sees this and knows we just heard they can tell if a president cares. and if he doesn't they won't care because unless you are led by the superpower, you will not go. >> so flaccid statement. i've heard other people say limp. other critics saying all of
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those things. >> iron fisted, limp fisted. >> what can we do? you won't send the military. >> if you look to the way we reacted to chechnya won't send in military forces. >> can you get enough western allies to put sanctions on them? i doubt it. >> and to whom? >> to whom. >> to certainly say to president vladimir putin you need to respect ukraine's borders or there will be costs and not outline the costs at all. >> it's syria all over again. what's the red line. more on this, obviously. elizabeth prann and the rest of the fox news team following what's happening in the ukraine. and the fallout from some of harry reid's comments about obamacare and saying all those ads you've been seeing on the air waves lately and all these people who lost their plan and coming forward in these commercials they are all a bunch of lies. this might be become being more of the democratic strategy right now because a number of democrats who are running for
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re-election and others are coming out, falling in line with harry reid. is this a precursor to what we'll see in the election. listen. >> despite all that good news there's plenty of horror stories being told. all of them are untrue but being told all over america. >> in addition the parade of horrible stories trotted out by the haters of this bill will prove not to be true. >> began to hear the republican horror stories about these exchanges and about coverage under the affordable care act and as we've seen many of those horror stories turned out to have been invented. >> invented? really? i think they are real horror stories for people who have lost their doctors that are dealing with fatal illnesses like what we told you about last week, julie in who had leukemia and called a liar because she got have a comparable plan that wasn't the same plan, had to pay out of her pocket, not knowing how much her expenses would be. this is being echoed across the
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country. would you think the white house would be more sensitive but take a listen to jay carney on this. >> we have seen again and again efforts to highlight individuals who have had problems with the affordable care act and again and again reporters have discovered, in fact, the circumstances are not as they are being presented by either outside groups or republicans. >> so that's what we're going to see up until the mid-term elections. they will bring out people, people will say i lost my health insurance because of this. then on the democrat side they will have come out people say my life was saved i didn't have any insurance and i have this big medical problem and obamacare has saved me. there's exaggerations on both sides. >> former speech writer for george w. bush knows about messaging and knows what sort of message is being put out there. he think on the democratic side it's an election strategy that is a losing one. listen.
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>> let's get this straight. barack obama lied to the american people about obamacare. every single senate democrat who is running for re-election this year told the exact same lie and their strategy to regain the trust of the american people is to call the american people liars. have they lost their minds? harry reid is the same guy in 2012 went out on the senate floor and without a sled of evidence said mitt romney hadn't paid his taxes for ten years. i don't have any evidence but the word is out. the word south. the word is out that harry vore is a liar. any senate democrat that follows his lead will have the name former before their names. >> 6 million americans have lost their plans. let us know what you think. scary moments overnight at an american airlines flight after the plane is hit by birds. this happened just after taking off from dallas. the plane was heading to washington, d.c. but was forced to turn around and it did land
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safely back in texas. there was some minor damage to the left engine. no one was hurt. three people are lucky to be alive after an avalanche buries a house in montana. next thing i know the wires are just bouncing back and forth. we thought it was an earthquake or somebody hit a telephone pole. we weren't sure what happened. then all of a sudden here comes the fire department banging on our door. part of the house left lying on its side. the snow burying an elderly couple and an 8-year-old boy. rescuers and first responders rushing to the scene. the victims were pulled out alive all of them. this morning there's still a risk, a high-risk of avalanche because of unstable snow conditions there. the fcc will not be tapping into news rooms across the country. it scrapped its controversial study after setting up a firestorm of criticism. the project would have involved
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interviewing reporters and media reporters about what stories this were covering and why. critics say there's no place for the government inside news rooms. do you dread your morning commute? not alone if you do because it's very frustrating, dangerous for your health some even say. doctors are say commuting in rush hour can raise your blood pressure, your cholesterol and anxiety levels. can also give you sleep problems and increase your chances of suffering from depression. i wonder if it has anything to do with sitting for an hour and a half. we know how bad sitting is for you. >> that's why i walk to work. >> some people have no choice. >> coming up here, one cap and gown color for all. so you don't hurt anyone's feelings a school making that change. fwopt some students up in arms. ladies the vice president has news for you. obamacare means you don't have to work. but do women really just work for the health care? we've assemble ad panel from
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ladies, three women. good morning, ladies thanks for being with us. and i'm going to start with you kirsten. is this the war on women, phoney war on women. >> of course, i think so. we're all tired as ladies being pandered toby politicians especially in this way. it was interesting they sent joe biden out to do damage control from the cbo report that 2,000 people not losing their jobs, 2 million people are losing their jobs. high deductibles and high premiums. it's not about freedom. the government is controlling one fifth of the country. >> i'm a mom with three little children and i have parents who live on the other side of the country. i want flexibility. i'm exactly like almost every other woman out there. the big loss or missed
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opportunity with obamacare is we didn't separate our health insurance from our place of employment. we didn't give women ownership and control over their health care dollars so if they want to work more they can or need to take time off they own those health care dollars. that's where unfortunately the vice president really doesn't understand us. >> caitlin, there are some women out there who do fit into the category that vice president joe biden was talking about, and this is going to be helping them sponsorship you see where he's coming from. >> i think the vice president is saying what democrats have been arguing when trying to defend this law and they are having some trouble doing that it reduces some job loss that's affecting women and men in the workplace, letting them not depend on their employer for their health care benefits. i think the concerns that people have, however, are that, if you're moving from getting your insurance from an employer to this government program we're not sure how this is going to work out, there's some major
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uncertainties about the law, transferring over there is some concerns. >> because of those major uncertainties about the law, a lot of small business owners are going wait a minute i got to make sure i don't hire any more than 50 employees. how is that affecting women. >> that will certainly affect women and women are increasingly the small business owners as well. so they are facing the decision of am i going to have to cut employees. we're seeing now do i have to charge a surcharge on customers. how will ideal with this. you're right. women want flexibility. they want a choice of providers for themselves and their children. they don't want a government mandated plan of coverage that's not best for them. >> it's hard for us to be put into a box because we are females. ladies thank you so much. we got to leave it there. 19 minutes after the hour now. a school board meeting gets heated. >> this is crazy. my wife, i give my wife everything. i do anything i can for my wife. i'm sleeping with her. who your sleeping with?
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>> why he is so angry, the superintendent banked more than $650,000 for one year alone. more from one of those angry taxpayers. he'll be joining us next. plus we're reeling in the deals with bass pro shop. stick around as they kick off the world's greatest spring fishing classic live here on the "fox & friends" plaza.
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infuriated taxpayers in california lashing out at a recent school board meeting. watch this. >> this is ridiculous. this is nuts. this is crazy.
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my wife, i give my wife everything. i do anything i can for my wife. i'm sleeping with her. who your sleeping with? >> i propose that there be a special recall election of this whole damn board. >> wow. the reason why everybody is so upset a new report shows their superintendent's total compensation for last year over $663,000. all for running a district with just three schools and just about 6,500 students. >> joining us now is someone who attended that meeting and has lived in that district her whole life, danielle. nice see you this morning. welcome to the show. >> good morning. >> before we start talking let's look at jose fernandez, the superintendent's perks. he has a base pay of $271,000. he gets an annual raise of 9%. 9% every year. designee works 215 days a year. that's his work year. and he can only be fired by a
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supermajority of the board and it goes on and on from that. so $270,000 is what was voted on. how is he getting $663,000? >> well, it's interesting because i think had you look at the base salary it does seem reasonable. it's what's competitive in terms of local school districts for that position. but, for example, you mentioned the 215 work face he has. that's less than the average and for every day in excess of that he gets paid a daily rate. so, for example, that contributed to the total package i believe he made like $50,000 additionally for extra days worked. in addition to that because he has 215 work days he has about nine weeks of time off. so, if you have nine weeks of time off you're not going to take your vacation. so then he cashes out your vacation, i believe he made about 25,000 in vacation pay. so those kinds of things add up.
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>> danielle look at the one towards the bottom of that list that was surprising to me, over 900,000 for a home loan. >> yes. >> this isn't so much -- i'm all for people making money. that's not -- >> as am i. i think they should be duly compensated in order to attract the best and brightest particularly to the public sector so they don't go the public sector we do have to compensate people. i don't have a problem with people make being a decent living. what he makes is outside of the norm, outside of the average for that position. in fact he makes more than the lausd superintendent, the second largest school district in the nation with, i believe, 63,000 students as compared to our school district with only 6,000 students. >> it is remarkable and you know when you talk to teachers who are having to come out of pocket to pay supplies for their own classrooms like construction paper. my sister is a teacher and buying supplies out of her own wallet and to learn the superintendent is make triple
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what the board actually voted on that's got to hit them where it hurts doesn't it? >> certainly. and when you see that, he has as you said received a 9% raise every year without any valuation, i believe he's had one formal evaluation. the teachers in the past ten years received two raises. so when you compare that and certainly i believe he deserves credit for improvements in the district since he's taken over. there's definitely been some increases in test scores and there's some beautiful buildings and great technology that's been added to the campuses. but still it's not a just compensation for what he's doing and that's a team effort. >> people are so angry about it. what's going to happen, do you think? >> you know, people are outraged. this is a working class community. the average income is about $45,000 a year. and a lot of these families are
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two working parents. so we feel like we elected the board so that they would, so we could give them our trust to run our district well. to be fiscally responsible. and to do everything in the best interests of the children. and i do think that people are is going to move towards trying to do a recall or certainly this board will not be re-elected at a minimum and that i think at the board meeting that they called, something that really stood out the me is that several of the board members said this was a big surprise to them that they had no idea that he was making this amount of money. and, you know, that's their job. they have two main responsibilities, i believe. one, is to hire and fire the superintendent. another is to be fiscally responsible with the public dollars they are spending. for home to say they were not aware he made this salary it's hard to swallow. >> especially when these teachers are struggling to pay their bills. danielle we appreciate you joining us this morning. thank you so much for bringing the story to us. >> thank you. talking about students,
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students at a public university told this about the 2010 election. >> white people having to pay for health care, blacks and browns and gays, racism with the first white president. >> and he didn't stop there. hear from the student who recorded that tape next. one cap and gown color for everyone so you don't hurt anyone's feelings. has political correctness taken over one high school's tradition or is this a good idea for the community and students. your emails and tweets pouring in on this one. [ woman #1 ] why do i cook? because an empty pan is a blank canvas. [ woman #2 ] to share a moment. [ woman #3 ] to travel the world without leaving home. [ male announcer ] whatever the reason. whatever the dish. make it delicious with swanson.
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uncomfortable by having to make decision over the color of gown they would choose for their graduation. used to be white for the ladies and another color for the men. so they put to it a vote in the school, basically the school went along with it. now there's one solid color a maroon color for everyone there. >> i was thinking back to my daughter's jill's graduation from high school and they were all in the same color, midnight green. that was the color of the school. i didn't even think anything of it. everybody has the same color on. i go all the way back when i graduated from high school it was true. the girls wore one color and the guys wore another. school colors but you split them up. this school wanted all the same color. >> yeah. >> students voted on it. it's now maroon. here are the students speaking out about it. listen. >> it's not as big as they make it. coming to school for more than a decade. >> people shouldn't outright support something that makes other people feel bad. >> this is a color youear for
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two hours. i don't care. >> the group that came out against it initially was a pro gay group and they said, you know, people who are say born with certain sexual organs but think something different of themselves in their head, you know, which gown do they wear. do they wear the white one because that's what they were born with or do they wear the blue one because that's what they think are. are we becoming too sensitive. >> cut it in half and sew their own. >> or if they think they are something different, maybe they are born that way. millions of americans and children who are born with the sexual organs or not fully developed and don't define themselves by a particular gender. that's a fact. it's not as black and white. pick whatever color you want. imagine being a parent and your daughter is born a specific way where sexual organs are not
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developed. as a parents you have to be sensitive to the fact that your daughter doesn't identify with a particular gender. >> we've done news rooms about bathrooms, middle schools and high schools considering having unisex bathrooms. then you think about these young teenagers who are going through puberty. >> it's just the color of a garment. tim from texas said very simple. same graduation gown for everyone. should be the school colors and not sexually oriented. okay, tim. >> i guess maybe another one here. take a look. any other ones. you can weigh in. here's another one from mike. everyone has the right to be offended but it doesn't make it right. people are so self-important these days. maybe this is not the situation
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where that's true. put yourself in the shoes of those children though who have to deal with that. you know, look i made an ignorant statement a few weeks ago. we were talking about the facebook story where they add ad bunch of different things. in made an off handed comment. there are people who are dealing with this and i'm an idiot for saying something stupid like that. leapt us know what you think. >> you said something stupid? >> every day. >> that's not true. >> you know what? it takes a big person to admit anything. >> we're going hand i want out to rick. heavy rain in southern california causing mudslides. more snow and rain expected today before the storm heads across the country bringing ice and snow. >> if you're one of those people concerned about the oscars, it's going to be done by tomorrow. take a look at the l maps. i want to show you what's going on there. we that have rain still falling another 24 hours it. some areas maybe another three
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to five inches. take a look how important this rain has been. this week we had 3.35 inches in downtown l.a. in all of 2013 they had 3.6 inches and in an average year they had almost 15. they still need more rain to make up for the drought. we won't get that any time soon but this certainly is helpful. the rain really important. tonight's low temperatures take a look. cold air is coming in all across the east. that means this storm moves into that direction and we're going to be watching for a big storm, big snowstorm and big ice storm, icing the biggest concern across the ohio river valley and some snow to the north of that. all that winter talk is spring at bass pro shops. we got tim horton here. it is your annual big event at bass pro shops. you also have some stuff for the kids. >> bass pro spring classic march 15th and 16th is our next
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weekend. we have got fishing set up for these kids to be able to come in and catch and release pools. kids seminars. a lot of fun. >> it is so important for the family as a kid one of my favorite things to do with my dad. it's an inexpensive thing and something you can go out and not spend any money and have a good time out. you got a lot of gear. gear is on sale. you've got this right here. a nonwoven rain jacket and pants. >> 9.97. spring classic. lot of great sales. >> ten bucks. >> your rod and reel. >> we got a great combo. 49.97 on the combo. that's a great set up. lot of people say hey how do i get started. a combo is a great combination. >> a table. you're legit fisherman, angler and cutting up your fish. >> we have this great cleaning table. 69.90. fillet table 49.97.
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i had friends. craig campbell is here. first a guest speaker at wisconsin whitewater tells students this about 2010 election. >> white reach. white people having to pay for health care, blacks, browns, gays, racism with the first white president. >> guest speaker blamed white rage for the current state of politics. the freshman who caught it on tape joined us earlier on "fox & friends." >> i have a good feeling that with the culture of the campus these days this type of radical left wing rant is acceptable whereas an opposing even moderate conservative view would not be accepted on the campus. >> he said a guest lecturer to discuss the opposing viewpoint
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was not brought in yet anyway. real housewives of new jersey stars teresa and joe expected to make a plea deal. they were indited last year on conspiracy to commit mail, wire and bank charges. if the deal is accepted teresa faces five years probation and joe is looking at five years in prison. they are a good couple. a new prescription pain killer hitting the market today called zohydro and ten times stronger than drugs like vicatin. do we need another powerful pain killer. death from prescription opioids has quadrupled since 1999. joining us is dr. debbie. what do you make of this new pain pill, ten times as strong. why do we need this thing? >> the problem in this country is we have two different diseases or conditions we're trying to treat. one is pain. a lot of people with cancer related pains, spinal cord injuries, type of pains that's
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not treated. they are trying to bring out this drug to help people with undertreatment is of pain. the other problem of course is addiction and accidental overdose deaths. there's a lot of people who may accidentally take too much of this drug or even on purpose abuse, crush the drug and then die from it. >> what is the concern here? the question about this approval process from the fda it's raises a lot of let flags because it seems so dangerous. what's so dangerous about it? >> the thing about this drug it's extended release. it's supposed to last for a really long time. more drug packed in there. if someone crushes it and takes all at once it has a much higher likelihood of causing death or an overdose. that's the concern. the other thing because it's so long act being it's hard for people to negate those effects. it will be in the body for a long time. >> do we know whether or not this is safe if you use it the way it's prescribed. i get frustrated because in this country we're quick to put these drugs on the market and then we
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find out problems later. drug manufacturers want the money. >> there's an issue, because people think about this as another objectixycotioxycotin. people with pain can have an accidental drug over dose. you don't want a repeat of the problems we've seen in the past. >> the thought of it, the vicatin i had to take for wisdom teeth and you have to have it on a full stomach. i got stick. i can't imagine this one being ten times as strong. >> these drugs don't work for everyone that has pain. just because you have pain doesn't mean it will work. it's helpful for people with surgical pain. helps people to function. requires a lot of time and effort to figure out if it's helpful. there's a lot of side effects like nausea. people can feel drowsy. we need to figure out who are the people that would benefit from this. that's why there's so much
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with songs like that. he's got her out of his bed, but he can't get her out of his head. >> naughty, naughty. >> naughty. >> outside of his passion for music, you know craig campbell's back story, including losing his father to colon cancer when he was 11-years-old. march is colon cancer month. since march is colon cancer month, you are on a campaign to get people screened for it. >> we are here to kick off colon cancer month and we want to play a few songs him i'm real e wearing a cool fight colon cancer tee-shirt. >> get out there, get a colon ososcopy for sure. >> how about losing your dad at a young life, how has it affected your life? >> now that i'm a dad, i have two daughters, i didn't know my dad. i want to be there for my girls, walk down the aisle and spend a
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gazillion dollars on their wedding. i didn't get to know my dad. my main goal is to bring awareness to this, get the screening. >> so you can be there for your kids, certainly. >> i put it off for years. it's not that difficult. it's not painful at all. >> i've had two colonososcopies so far because of the ristory with my dad. the hard thing is about not eating the day before. >> right. >> the next day, as soon as the procedure is over, you can go to cracker barrel. >> and fill yourself full of cheese. an fa says to me, she leans over, keep the kisses coming, mike, you wrote a song about this. >> i didn't write this song. this is a dallas davis' song. it is on my new album "never regret." it is my new single. i'd love to play it for you. >> take it away. >> one, two, three
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[ music playing [ music playing ] ♪ you got your hair down ♪ you got that look in your eye ♪ that says come here, get me boy ♪ lay me down and love me just right. yeah. ♪ ain't going nowhere ♪ i got a bottle of wine ♪ i got nothing but time on my hands and i'm going to be your man tonight ♪ oh, yes, i am [ music playing ] ♪ i can't imagine doing nothing but what i'm doin' ♪ layin' down tangled up with you ♪ we got our butts on siping on a little something ♪ i need your loving ♪ just keep them kisses coming ♪ hey ♪ come on, now ♪ whoa
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♪ it's been a long week ♪ i been missing me some you ♪ and all i want to do is get your lips on mine, girl, if you want to do ♪ hey ♪ i can't imagine doing nothing but what i'm doin' ♪ just layin' 'round tangled up with you ♪ we got our butts on sipping on a little something ♪ i need a little lovin' ♪ just keep those kisses comin' ♪ whoa, keep them comin' all night ♪ don't stop killing me baby ♪ don't stop driving me crazy ♪ i swear there's honey on your lips ♪ baby, give me one more slow kiss ♪ i can't imagine doing nothing
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