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big government out of nowhere is just going to hand you millions of dollars. it's going to happen. >> i've been waiting for that to happen. >> we are decorating the set right now with pumpkins being laid out and spider webs. later on this morning, we'll reveal our halloween costumes.
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>> reveal by wearing them. >> we have not tried them on yet, hopefully they fit. we have an update on a very distressing story. the suspect in the shooting we told you about of two california law enforcement officers, there they are there, his name is louis and he's 34 years old in this country illegally. we know that because he was deported for the first time in 1997 after being convicted of narcotics for sale. >> he's under arrest right now going on a terror spree along with his wife, it was like a bonnie and collide rampage through northern california. he's under arrest right now and there's a move to try to get him deported again after this rampage. two times deported, comes back in the united states selling drugs, busted on that and other convictions. and he goes on the shooting spree. why wasn't he deported and kept out of the country in the first place? >> you wonder about that because
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when you have two law enforcement officers, a civilian injured, one of the law enforcement officers, 26 years to the day his father was also a sheriff's deputy lidied in the line of duty. >> most shocking is that he was pulled over at least ten times and cited by police in the years that he snuck back into this country after being deported. >> i wasn't his name in a federal database as a criminal alien? we don't know at this hour, but it turns out he was not identified and allowed to remain on the loose. >> would it have mattered? it looks like the number of criminals was lied about.
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it turns out there's sexual assault, domestic violence, gun violence, criminal activity, shoplifting, holding up stores at gunpoint. >> serious felonies. >> serious felonies. >> these are not people who took a left on red. these are people who have committed acts of violence. by the way, many critics say this is about the elections, about winning over a constituency, a specific demographic that the president is pandering to. no, we are not going to enforce immigration laws in exchange for vote. here's the senate judiciary saying how scary this situation is to the united states. >> they didn't tell us that we released these individuals and there was some sort of special circumstances. they only made that up after the fact. the second thing is, you know how tough it is to get these people anyway and charge them and convict them with crimes and they unilaterally release them back into our community. the other thing we didn't even see on that exchange was the
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fact that they acknowledged that they were releasing gang members back, didn't even know whether they were releasing them or not. >> two things, if you remember when this happened, the white house stressed about it and said we're trying to clear out the ja jails, make room for more criminals. this is because of the republicans and their budget cuts and sequester. whose fault is it really? you think when the white house press secretary was asked about this, was he either lying or did he know he was covering it up? >> right. because low-level criminals, so a part of them, 2.2 -- what was it, over 2,000 low criminals. but when you look at the rap sheet, they had to know because of the paperwork. >> if they didn't, they are not good enough for their job. >> but they have said time again, the president, the vice
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president, the former speaker of the house saids the wrong, it is immoral to enforce immigration law. they promise all these different lobby groups were not going to do this. we are not going to enforce the laws. our primary goal is to reunite families, period. >> e-mail us at friends@foxnews.com. let us know what you think. and head to facebook.com/ffweekend where tucker will be. >> technology and you, your favorite thing. >> i'm trying. some other headlines this sunday morning. happening at this moment, more than 200 firefighters in los angeles are battling a moster blaze in a storage facility in venice beach. the fire started more than six hours ago but the building's metal roof is making it hard to put out the flames. five firefighters are being hurt. four for heat exhaustion. all are expected to be okay.
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and a fifth propaganda video from isis featuring a british hostage. the photo journalist addressing chilling accounts of his time in captivity for two years. he claims the hostages who behaved well were sometimes played with and had games, but others were treated like their american captors. and than any wrinany si /* writebol helps dr. spencer receive an anti-experimental drug. game four of the world series is always wacky and weird. the giants try to tie the series
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hosting the royals at at&t park. here was the first pitch, a strike, of course. then in the sixth inning, bases loaded. sandoval has two runs score. the giants come back from the three-run deficit and they pound the royals 11-4. the game came unhinged after facing the royals bull pen, which is the best in baseball. tonight at 8:00 on fox, game five of the world series. >> steve doocy is going to be upset. >> 11-4. >> janice dean is on hand to give us the forecast at the game later and the temperatures. it was cold out in san francisco yesterday. >> and they are playing game four? >> five tonight in san francisco. >> and they have a system pushing into the northwest. so it looks like they have clear skies but maybe a chance for rain. thankfully my forecast was
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wrong. we'll look at the temperatures 5, 5 in new york city. 44 in chicago. still very warm across the southern u.s. we could break some daytime records with temperatures soaring close to 90 degrees again today. we'll take a look at the radar as this system pushes through. you see san francisco, most of the rain will be north of that area which is great news. but that's where they're getting most of the moisture and mountain snow across the northwest. so this system pushes through and we saw hurricane-force winds yesterday across the northwest. then we have another waiting in the wings. this is typically the rainy season across the northwest, but the next system could bring not only rain but gusty winds in the forecast as we head into monday and tuesday. a quick look at your forecast, those are your wind gusts for monday into tuesday for seattle to portland with the next system pushing in with winds excess of 60 miles per hour. there's seattle again, kind of unsettled for the next several days. they are used to it, this is their rainy season heading into
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november across the northwest. this is when they get most of their rainfall. clayton, anna, tucker, why were you going like this during my weather forecast. >> 60 miles an hour, how would you like to land in that? >> tough. >> not so much. >> and i love the decor in here. whoever was our interior designer for the halloween -- >> i think everyone on the floor. >> everyone in new york city came to help out. thank you, janice. in the election cycle, the same message of the democratic candidates trying to bring back the magic. the war on women, they think it worked last cycle but it's not working this well this time around. this is house democratic martha robertson, watch. >> tom says to me, you're part of the war against women. you supported continued -- >> please, everybody, please. >> they had to settle the croup down because the war on women, haven't we heard enough about that for crying out loud?
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look at the new polls out right now, the democrats are trying to gape traction in that arena, but look at the new polls. it seems like women believe that members of the republican party should be controlling congress. 44% to 42%. not a landslide victory, but certainly leaning republican right now. >> it's quite a switch because if you take a look at what this was all about last month, the democratic party has 47% of the vote and the republican party had 40%. of course, there's the margin of error in that without a doubt, but there's a significant change. >> yesterday we interviewed pollsters on the walmart mobs and what is coming up. it's economic issues. >> a lot of the women pay a lot of the bills. we care about a lot more than our birth control pills given to us for free and people are realizing if obamacare is not the greatest thing in the world and have a hard time when they
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lose their plan and worry about their children. and it is national security with isis and seeing the president slow to make decisions on it. tara was on "mike huckabee" last night. here's what she said. >> mark udall is focus on that race was the war on women. the birth control, he was going after them with the women issues, and people in colorado said enough. this is not that important, obamacare and the mishandling of ebola and those governments being completely inept. the president of the united states who is completely disengaged from the american people. women go, this is not the kind of leadership we feel comfortable in this country. that's why you see the shift. >> no awake person thinks birth control is going to be outlawed. the supreme court ruled on that 49 years ago.
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the breakdown is, married women overwhelmingly for republicans, unmarried women strongly for democrats. the reason is they are more aga dependent on the government, there's no doubt in that. a new study shows illegal immigrants are voting in the united states. how much of up impact can this have on the november election and what is being done to fix the problem? plus, your secrets being exposed. such as a love triangle with two super models. wouldn't it be nice if there was an easier, less-expensive option than a traditional lawyer? at legalzoom you get personalized services for your family and your business that's 100% guaranteed. so go to legalzoom.com today
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how you may be able to get every month free. welcome back. a pretty shocking survey reveals
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a large number of non-citizens are voteing in the presidential election. in 2008 the number was 6.4%. and in 2010 the number was 2.2%. and the remarkable amount of non-citizens said they were registered to vote, 14%. jim, thank you for coming on. >> tucker, good to be with you. >> the numbers are much bigger than people concerned about voter fraud ever imagined. are they real? >> it's a really good question. certainly, it's a big comprehensive study. 32,000 people they talked to in 2008. of that sample that year, only 27 people said they were non-citizens and voted that year. now, these are people who admitted to it. you have to wonder how many were non-citizens that didn't feel like saying to a pollster, by the way, i committed a crime.
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it is conceivable it is higher, but if you extrapolate out the numbers, 6.4% in 2008. well, with 11 million immigrants, you run the number, that's 70,000 people! 700,000! even half that, 350,000 people, that's still a huge number. >> depending on where they voted, that's enough to swing an election. first of all, it doesn't matter because the principle of the matter is it is illegal. but this is getting politicians elected. >> yeah. and in past examples, in north carolina they found 700 people who had the same first name, last name, date of birth and last four digits of their social security number as people who voted in other states. that was possible that it was a coincidence, but look at those people who voted twice. and a couple up votes could swing an election. back to bush and gore in florida
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in 2000. this is on a scale where it is not happening in a couple hundred votes and shouldn't be counted in each state, if it's a couple thousand, now we are dealing with a much bigger problem with the idea that this may have changed the control of the senate in 2000. >> not all parties are benefiting from this. if illegal voters are voting for democrats by and large, is anything being done to prevent this? >> one of the really shocking conclusions of this study is that voter i.d. laws don't seem to make that much of a difference because of the 27 people who voted illegally, most of them were asked for i.d. and showed something. i.d. they should not have. and somehow it's either a fake i.d. or it's an i.d. that is issued to a non-citizen. but the person at the ballot box, thele whoing place accepts it, so you have to wonder if everybody's memories are defaulty, but these are notten documented immigrants.
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they are fake undocumented immigrants exacerbating the fact that maybe the government has lost the ability to distinguish between a u.s. citizen and a non-citizen. >> they don't want to because some people are benefiting from it. by the way, ask any 19-year-old, you can order a pretty good fake driver's license from china on the internet in three weeks for $100. jim, thank you for coming on. that was super interesting. >> always enjoy, tucker. thank you. >> i'll attempt to get on facebook to respond to your views on this. soon, i'll see you there. coming up, the i.r.s. caught in another scandal to take your money without proving you committed any crime whatsoever. how is that constitutional? and an after school christian club has values in 4,000 schools, but now the atheist parents want them gone. it's happening in maine. details, straight ahead.
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some quick headlines for you. a slow-moving lava flow edging closer to homes on hawaii's big island. residents are being told to prepare for an evacuation in the next couple of days. the molten rock is moving 300 yards a day. and a 44-pound brick of cocaine appeared in the surf on new smyrna beach worth $750,000. the next day 20 pounds of marijuana washed up. anna? thank you, tucker. across country there are 4,000 good news clubs, an after school
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program promoting good values. >> now one of the clubs is under attack after an atheist parent complained about this pamphlet distributed in a main school. joining us is the vice president of the ministry that supports the good news club. good to see you and thank you for coming on the show. >> good morning, thank you for having me. >> what happened after this parent complained about a pamphlet showing up? >> well, child evangelism fellowship has been teaching for the last 77 year what is the bible has been teaching for the last 2,000 years. jesus love the children, all the children of the world. that's the message we bring to boys and girls. every so often we run into people who are not happy with the message, but the children who attend our clubs learn to respect each other, they learn to respect their parents, they learn to respect their teachers. and we don't see why someone would be opposed to that. >> and the other thing is, it is not mandatory and not as if
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every child in the school goes to this. they are given a permission slip and their parents sign that and then they are allowed to do this. i mean, what is the argument? are they upset that these children are here to be respecting them when they get home from school, respect their teachers, respect others, do unto others? what's the argument? >> well, sometimes we have little opposition, but the small opposition we have is usually stirred up by atheists that are not pleased with the fact we are teaching the bible in the public schools. so that was a decision made in 2001 by the united states supreme court. in which they said it's okay for good news club to take place in a public school after the last bell rings and have equal treatment just like any other club. and we get great feedback both from children, from parents, from teachers, a school staff, they love the presence of the club and it improves the school in my ways. >> every child needs a
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permission slip from their parents to join the club in the first place, but i want to expand on what you just pointed out, is that the kids and parents like it. that's growing body of resurgence showing the detrimental effects on the kids who come home without their parents home, they are playing video games and not being watched. but this is a great opportunity for kids. >> this is a great opportunity for kids to have something positive to do after school, but they are also coming to learn to love god and to love others. and just recently we did a survey with over 200 principals from 28 states and they said that 87% of those principals had personal knowledge that the good news club had a positive impact in their schools. as a matter of fact, we have principal that is are actually requesting us to come to their
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schools with the good news club because it has such a positive impact as the children learn the bible and learn good principles. >> we need to wrap things up, but would you ever consider having similar teachings just minus the loving god, loving jesus and following biblical principles yet focusing on the moral compass? >> no, we are a christian organization and teach the gospel of christ. we teach the bible and make no apologies for that. so we see all the time the great benefit of life being impacted by the truths. and certainly the schools reap the benefit of better behavior. in some cases, we have even gotten reports of better grades. so we are very excited about what god is doing through these clubs all over the country. by the way, we have 62,000 of them in 190 countries where last year we ministered to 15.6 million children. >> wow. at the end of the day, every kid needs a permission slip to join
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the group. great to see you this morning. >> thank you very much. coming up, this former reporter is already exposing how far the main stream media will go to protect the president. now in a new book she's warning that it only gets worse. wait until you hear what she has to say. billy joel's secret is exposed, such as hi love triangle with two super models. jealous?
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♪ it's your shot of the morning. his eyes say it all. he's unimpressed with his brother's antics. he is totally ignoring him. >> there are some dogs just that way. they like humans better than other animals. >> i have a dog like that. >> will you stop fooling around. >> there's always one who is the middle child. >> right. >> andnd the oldest one always tends to -- responds to both. let's talk about politics this morning. cheryl atkinson, her boss at cbs
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used to describe her as a pitbu pitbull. she was in the white house press corps trying to get answers from the obama administration. she has a bombshell book coming out called "stonewall." there's the front cover. she really laid out the bombshell claims about the obama administration. >> boy does she. in one example, by the way, she's the reporter whose computer was broken into, whose e-mails were monitored by somebody, we are not sure by who, but she asked the white house at one point why reinforcements weren't sent to benghazi more quickly. here's what she was told, i give up, sharyl. i'll work with more reasonable folks that follow-up, i guess. >> reasonable like "the new york times"? he was on with bret baier at one
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point. also in talking to eric schultz, the former national security press spokesman, he used the lord's name in vain and she said, eric schultz screamed at her, gd, sharyl! "the washington post" is reasonable, the "l.a. times" is reasonable, "the new york times" is reasonable. you're the only one who's not reasonable? >> they made life hell for her and she left. >> this is what we've been hearing from the press corps in how they are able to go in, take a photo at this time, no asking questions now. it was supposed to be the most transparent administration in u.s. history but it's more clamped down than any administration. >> i covered that race in 2008, it sickens me.
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i have covered races since 1992, and it came out and changed for president obama. this is such an important election, they were saying this off the air and now they are mad their messiah turns out not to love them? >> the book is called "stonewalled" and is coming out soon. 36 minutes after the hour. some other stories making headlines, a high school shooting in washington leaves one student dead. a social studies teacher hail adhere row. megan silver burger confronted the kid moments after he opened fire. she ran into the lunchroom and held his arms restraining him. he killed one student and seriously hurt four others before turning the gun on himself. "duck dynasty" star jep robertson suffered a seizure.
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he just tweeted this, well, i about died this past sunday. i'm doing much better now. thanks for all the prayers, #seizuressuck. #gladtobealive. just like steven segal, i'm hard to kill. and no warrant, no criminal charges, the reason? the businesses are depositing less than $10,000 cash at a time with an attempt to avoid triggering an audit. the seizures are part of trying to catch drug traffickers and terrorists. the piano man has a big secret, including the time he passed on incoming talent. ♪ and i will always love you >> that's right. in a brand new book, billy says
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he met with whitney houston the very first time he met her and blew her off. he kicked himself a million times ever since. and then there's the time he was dating two supermodels at once. >> two? ♪ uptown girl you know i can't avoid to buy her pearls ♪ >> he had two supermodels show up at his apartment at the same time. >> how do you do that? >> he was able to feed them both because he has glass houses. >> very good. come on. janice dean! >> i understood that reference and found a box of halloween costumes in the other room. >> you did? >> can you tell? i grew a pair of ears.
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i'm josie and the pussycats. i'm modeling party city costumes throughout the morning. across the u.s., looks pretty good. game five in san francisco against the royals. perfect conditions. sunshine, winds around 10 miles per hour from the northwest. east coast looks petty good. we do have a system across canada to bring a little bit of unsettled weather, maybe a few showers across upstate new york and new england. not a huge deal if you're going pumpkin picking or picking out your pumpkins for halloween. just taking a look at the precipitation, for some reason, what is going on? i'm not even clicking it -- what? it's the ghost. it's the ghost of halloween affecting my maps. i swear to you guys, i am not clicking. it is just -- something is -- clayton, are you over at my weather maps? like seriously, nothing. you're there -- this is very
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scary. i have been here 11 years and have never had my maps advance so quickly without me clicking. >> we thought the studio was haunted for a while. >> this is a little scary. >> we need the ghost hunters in here to figure this out. >> probably ukrainian hackers, that's my guess. coming up, just over a week from the midterm elections and the democrats are running scared from the white house. >> we have a lot going on. i don't think it makes sense for the president to come to new hampshire right now. >> so is the democrats biggest october surprise the president they elected? and planning a vacation, we have details on the best day to book your flight without breaking the bank. see this? it shows the
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life opens up with a whiter smile. good morning, friends. the top news for consumers now, the group trendy industries is halting their production of the guardrail due to a controversial system. and ups says if shipping demands become too high, they will flat out deny service. so ship early. and the best day to buy airline tickets is right now. a new study claims the deepest discounts are applied on sundays. researchers say that's when airlines reduce the price of seats to business travelers throughout the week. thank you, anna. with democrats scrambling for
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survival, trying to hold on to the united states senate, some candidates adopted an interesting campaign strategy. watch this. >> i'm not barack obama. i disagree with him on guns and the epa. >> you don't think he showed strong leadership? >> certainly there are issues i have. >> we have a lot going on. i don't think it makes sense for the president to come to new hampshire right now. >> i'm make sure president obama gets the message. >> yeah, i don't even like that guy, whatever his name is. i didn't vote for him. so is the president proving to be the october surprise for democrats? joining us is chief investigative reporter for fox 5 in washington, emily norr. good morning. >> good morning, tucker. >> so the president is the october surprise. hilarious, true? >> yeah, i kind of feel bad for the most unpopular kid in class. with all the democrats running, they are hoping to keep the senate but it's not looking good for them. up in of them want to be seen in
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public with the president. >> let's be honest, once the elections pass, we'll see the state of the union address. all the democrats who were putting out the campaign adds. they are going to be clambering to get his autograph as he makes his way down the aisle after the state of the union address, won't they? >> exactly. more importantly for the american voters hitting the booths next tuesday, they will be voting with them. if you look at the race in new hampshire, the president has may more important things to do that campaign with her. let's focus on ebola and isis. meanwhile, president obama spent five hours on the golf course yesterday. so that's where, what he's spending his time doing. but when the voters come to the booth next tuesday, maybe they didn't see him with handrew or other democrats, but they have
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to know these are people who will vote for his economic and foreign policies. >> it strikes me that kay hagan has any chance at all of winning considering not only did obama lose those states in 2012 but he's super unpopular there now, even much more than he was then. why do they have any shot? >> well, obviously no one has voted yet. there's always a chance, polls have been wrong, we have seen that repeatedly. and obviously every midterm the sitting president has been in trouble and always has. but this president is in more trouble than he was even in 2000 -- let's do the math, not my strongsuit. >> 2010. when did republicans take the house? okay, tucker, you guys do the math and i will throw up a calendar here. his last midterm, obviously the republicans of the house after the obama and stimulus package,
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it's worse now because the poll numbers are as low as they have been in six years. plus there's two more years of bad policy replacing republicans of obamacare implemented. we have major foreign policy problems. we have a president barely creeping out 40% approval rating. so republicans are saying this is our time to win the senate. >> doesn't josh ernst have a kernel of truth to his statement when he said all politics are local essentially and these candidates out there have to win in their up districts and the president is in washington. ultimately it's on their back to win their own fight. >> there is truth to that. but the president -- that's really the democrats point of view, what they are saying, why he's not at all on the campaign trail and you're seeing him at the golf course. oh, they will run their races. there's a lot of truth to that when you are an unpopular president. and they run against washington being a smart political move. however, in this case he's
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literally missing and you don't see him at all. but the president tells al sharpton, these are my allies that vote for my policies which undercutting that entire policy. >> his chief civil rights adviser would be al sharpton. thank you for joining us this mornining, emily. >> thank you for having me. watch out youtube and drudge report, they are trying to regulate political speech online. but what about the first amendment? and three is the magic number. >> the luckiest coldwell banker premier ever. >> i won $3.8 million. >> three workers in one office each hit the jackpot. what is their secret? we'll ask them live, next. my name's louis, and i quit smoking with chantix.
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in news for the numbers, three times a real estate agent has hit the jackpot. >> the luckiest coldwell banker group ever! >> so what's their secret? joining us are the three lucky ladies, good morning, ladies. thank you for being with us. >> good morning. >> i'll start with you since you won the biggest jackpot of everybody, and the most vent, did you have any idea how much
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money you were up to win? >> i had no idea. it was -- it was a different pick that time. i just went in, bought the tickets, threw them in my car and two days later went and did a scan at the grocery store. so i didn't know what the jackpot was, i didn't know what my numbers were -- >> and then i imagine you probably almost passed out when you -- started checking out. >> i did. i did. and then i almost screamed and told me to go do that in my car. >> i guess so. are you going to continue working? you don't want your luck to run out. >> no, exactly. i'm going to continue working. >> kim, the lucky lady in the middle. one year ago this month you won $100,000. what were the circumstances of that? >> i was actually very shocked. it was -- actually, it was an early birthday present. we play a lot in the office
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periodically. and we have a lot of fun doing it. and my better half had purchased me an early scratch-off. and i was impatient and wanted him to scratch it for me over the phone. so i was standing in our foyer at the office and they all thought i was joking when i announced that i had won the o $100,000. so, yeah, needless to say, i was nervous. >> and lightning strikes twice because jamie, you won a million dollars that summer. unbelievable. tell me the circumstances of that. your son, actually, may have helped you on that one. >> he did. he's my good luck charm. i was in there buying a ticket and he asked, what are you doing, mommy? and i said, oh, nothing, winning the lottery. and then i did. >> jen, a lot of times when we hear stories of lottery winners, multiple people in a business have won because they go in on a pool when buying their tickets. this was not the case. do you think this office is
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lucky or there's something funny going on there? >> something funny -- yeah. no, i think we're all lucky. i think that we have good hearts and we're good people and it just blows through that office for sure. >> kim, do you agree? does it come down to karma? >> i believe it's good people. you know, giving back. and i believe all three of us have that mentality. we are very passionate about what we do in our business helping others. and i truly do believe what you put out is what you reap back. but we are all family. >> my weekends are on mondays and tuesdays, so i may start to work for you guys there in st. louis. lady, thank you so much. good luck. i hope you do a lot of good with the cash. >> thank you. coming up on "fox and friends," air bags exploding hitting drivers with pieces of metal. so what is being done about it? one victim is speaking out ability her horrific ordeal next hour.
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handling the ebola crisis. >> our various secret service mishaps or the scandals of the i.r.s. and that effect. in fact, if you look at all the stuff that's happened in my second term, this whole ebola thing is probably one of my greatest accomplishments. >> we'll play the full tape for you. "fox and friends" hour two starts right now. >> you are freaking me out. >> we are going to be dressing up. some of us are already dressing up. >> some of us are. >> coming up later on the show, we'll get decked out. >> the question is, what will the costumes be? we have the original modern
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family. >> i'll be dressing up as one of the most iconic characters in tv history. again, it's mr. ed. hello. i'm mr. ed. >> so you are dressing up as yourself? >> i have a parody of myself in my old age, yes. go to facebook.com/ffweekend. you can also see our poll set up there. vote to figure out what we'll be dressing up as. >> as the show goes along, we'll give you more clues. first, the latest on the horrifying killings out in california yesterday. two deputies shot by 34-year-old luis bracamonde who is in this country illegally and has been deported on two prior occasions but came back. >> he's been pulled over a number of times, not once, not
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twice but ten times. he returned to the u.s. and went on a six-hour terror rampage along with his wife. some are describing it similar to bonnie and clyde in the way they shot up northern ya. california. >> he was deported in 1997 after a conviction on possession of narcotics for sale and arrested and september back to mexico in 2001. then as clayton mentioned, his wife with him on friday also booked on attempted murder and carjacking charges. >> authorities had his fingerprints because he was pulled over ten times for violations and let go. somehow nobody ever connected the dots and he was allowed to stay in this country and tragedy occurred. >> so the numbers go like this, 167,000 criminal immigrants are at large in the united states right now. and remember when the obama administration said, we've got some tightening of the jails so we need to release some of the lower-level illegal immigrants back out to society.
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they just have the minor infractions and the minor traffic violations, et cetera. but it turns out according to a new "usa today" report, and they just needed documents provided to them, but it turns out they were high-level criminals and some had murdered individuals. they had murder wrap sheets. that goes to the highest sexual assault, kidnapping on their wrap sheet. >> aggravated kidnapping and sexual assault. this is after the white house said in a press briefing they were low-level criminals and we didn't have anything to worry about. they also tried to blame it on the evil republicans and the sequester for the reason they needed to make room in the jails. >> but we know the actual reason because they have said it out loud. they are refusing to enforce the immigration law because it would offend a key constituency the democrats need to get elected. it turns out that's true even as we thought. a new study shows hundreds of thousands, upwards of 700,000 illegal immigrants have voted in
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recent u.s. electitions. gone in and registered to vote, not challenged and cast their votes overwhelmingly for democrats. jim garrity came on the show a few minutes ago to explain the scope of this problem. listen. >> people we talked to in 2008, now of that sample, for example, that year they only had 27 people who said they were non-citizens and voted that year. now these are people who admitted to it. you have to wonder how many were non-citizens who didn't feel like telling a pollster i committed a crime. voter i.d. laws don't seem to make that much of a difference because of the 27 people who voted illegally, most of them said they were asked for i.d., they showed something, i.d. they should not have. maybe our government has completely lost the ability to distinguish between a u.s. citizen and non-citizen. >> 700,000 may have voted illegally according to the report. think how many in the past few elections which have been tight in states like ohio and florida, just a few hundred votes in
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certain counties, broward county and so forth, decided elections. >> that's enough to turn an election. but the irony is that the very people who are going on about the sanctity of the ballot people and how it is our duty the vote as citizens are completely unconcerned about voter fraud. in fact, abet voter fraud by crushing any attempt to tighten standards and prevent people who shouldn't be voting from voting. the effect is to value voting itself. >> you're label racist if you try to do that. >> if you care about democracy and think it's a beautiful thing to elect our own representatives, you would be really upset by this story. >> as far as illegal immigration goes, if you care about national security and realize how foreign our border is, come on. >> e-mail us and go to our facebook page, ffweekend. happening at this moment, more than 200 firefighters in los angeles are battling a monster blaze at a storage
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facility in venice beach. raging for more than seven hours. officials say the building's metal roof is making it hard to put out the flames. five firefighters have been hurt. four are being treated for heat exhaustion. the other for a back injury. all are expected to be okay. the new york doctor infected with ebola gets a blood transfusion from survivor nancy writebol who fully recovered after con trablgting the virus in liberia. dr. craig spencer is entering the next phase of symptoms. he was diagnosed on thursday a week after returning to west africa where he treated ebola patients as well. dr. spencer will receive the anti-experimental drug as well. and the new ebola guidelines for the texas nurse after she was quarantined after her trip to new jersey. she published an article saying, i sat alone in the isolation tent and thought of many
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colleagues who will return home to america and face the same ordeal. will they be made to feel like criminals and prisoners? she tested negative for the virus after developing a fever. she'll remain in isolation for the next 21 days under new jersey's new guidelines. canadians reeling from two terror attacks in one week showing a display of national pride to give you goosebumps. ♪ o canada our home and native land ♪ >> the fans bursting into song before a hockey game in ottawa against the new jersey devils. those are your headlines. "saturday night live" is back for the fall and taking to the political season like usual. that's where they usually apply
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their train right before a big election and they are being vicious right now. nothing is getting past their goalie over there at "snl." watch as they slam the president for his latest accomplishments. watch. >> as you know, just two days ago, another american, this time a doctor in new york, was diagnosed with ebola. now some people want to criticize the administration, and it's true. we made a few mistakes, but i assure you it was nowhere near as bad as how we handled the isis situation. i mean, our very secret service mishaps or the scandals of the i.r.s. in that effect. i don't know if you guys remember, but the obamacare website had pretty serious problems, too. in fact, if you look at all the stuff that's happened in my second term, this whole ebola thing is probably one of my greatest accomplishments. >> it's all relative, right? >> it is all relative. finally after all these years of
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pretending that either obama was god or not saying anything about him at all, "saturday night live" is back to reality. the reason? a very partisan left-wing guy has a late night show on nbc. he was the head writer, i think he kept it off the air. >> also, i think they didn't have a good actor to play president obama. >> this guy is way better, but the scripts, everyone was republicans controlled nothing and every script would be like, they are a clan! it was unbelievable. >> they also took on ebola and the midterm election. listen to this one. >> mr. cling, some thought you were brought in to handle this prom a political perspective, even the midterm elections are in two weeks, any comment on that? >> right now i'm not concerned about winning elections but there are a few safety tips people should know heading to election day. for example, the ebola virus actually flourishes in warmer climates, excuse me, so if you
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live in a southern state such as louisiana, arkansas or kentucky, you actually may want to avoid any large public spaces like say a polling booth. uh -- one exception, however, is that we believe latinos in red states may actually have an immunity to ebola, so they are good to go. >> which is not true, by the way. that's just from -- that's a "saturday night live" sketch. >> yes, in case you were wondering. watch out, youtube. the sec is coming to you to regulate political videos. what about free speech? we'll ask the sec chairman next. and now good news for this bear cub who took a wrong turn. is that a halloween card? or christmas?
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oral-b. watch out, youtube. the fec's top democrat is calling for regulation of online political ads. quote, the fec should no longer try turn a blind eye to the internet's growing force in the political arena. ann ravel says this. explain the idea that the fec aught to regulate political expressions online. >> since 2006 there's been a rule at the federal elections commission that was hands-off the internet. the cop september that the federal elections commission followed a rule in 2006 was that
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online postings are free. we don't regulate speech. we just regulate large expenditures for speech. and since online postings are for free and there's a variable free marketplace of ideas, both medium costs, low costs and they are all treated the same and are accessible in the same way on the internet and people opt in to the internet and seek out that speech and those messages, we have not regulated them. but in the case we released on friday, the vote was 3-3 with commissioners voting not to regulate free posted youtube videos and three democrats voting to open force the law. >> i thought democrats were for free speech. that was and earlier species. so what does it mean to regulate speech on the internet and the ads that youtube does report? >> well, i think it is a great threat. when you look at the internet
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today, you'll see hundreds of thousands of postings in all forms from chat rooms to facebook and social media, to websites that people build to put out political messages to youtube postings. and blogs, right? and people have been doing this for a decade or more now. and the american people have become quite accustomed to going online and picking up political commentary information. but if the federal election commission were to start regulating all of those blogs and websites and social media pages, i can't imagine what it would take. i take it would probably require a team of government regulators calling the internet daily to look for violators and people who aren't reporting their expenditures online. what is the cost of a blog, for example? would we have to start sending letters out to the pollsters saying, how much money did you
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spend on your blog? i can't imagine the regulatory regime reaching deep into the internet. >> it would have a huge effect on american life, that's for sure. no offense, everyone respects the sec, but as an unelected body, how would it have the power to regulate political speech on the internet? shouldn't congress be doing that anyway? >> i think you're right. let me go back to the point i made just a minute ago. the only right that the political chair has to regulate speech at all is to disseminate large expenditures to the supreme court. the reason we have any speech at all is to prevent corruption of the political system and the corruption that can come from contributions to candidates. but the internet has been a low-cost mechanism for people to speak and communicate their ideas. the little guys compete with the big boys on an even playing field on the internet. and if we start regulating free
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youtube posts, i want you to see what we would be doing. we would be regulating the speech itself and not a large expenditure. so i don't think we have constitutional authority to do that. >> boy, i hope what you just said gets picked up on the still unregulated youtube and spread about to everyone who lives in this country. thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you, tucker. thank you for having me. coming up, a warning to drivers. air bags exploding can kill you. slamming anyone inside with pieces of metal. some are defective and people have died. what is being done about it? one victim is speaking about her horrific ordeal, next. then first pastors are demanded to turn over their sermons. now houston's mayor is at it again saying she's the victim. she's the mayor of the city but she's the victim. we'll tell you how she says she's the victim, coming up. ♪
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it is time for your news by the numbers. 2,353 is how many americans renounced their citizenship this year. in previous years, the number was zero. and $500,000 is how much a girl won in a lawsuit over denny's and a hot coffee spill. the girl suffered burns after spilling coffee that was placed in front of her.
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coffee is hot it turns out. and $4 million is how much a teen won a scratch-off lotto ticket on her birthday. this was in chicago. thank you so much. we want to warn you the photo you're about to see is very graphic. this is stephanie erdman recovering after a car crash, but her injuries came from the device meant to protect her. the air bag. and stephanie isn't alone. nearly 8 million air bags are now at risk of exploding like an ied on a combat field. forcing popular car companies to issue millions of recalls. joining us now is that victim, stephanie erdman and her attorney april strahan. good morning and thank you for being with us. >> good morning, thank you. >> stephanie, you appear to be recovering miraculously. you look fantastic this morning. i hate that you went through this ordeal, tell us how it all played out. >> well, unfortunately, i was
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driving home after watching a movie with a friend. i crossed an intersection and the lady took a left in front of me and i co collillided with an vehicle. then i had metal hit all over my face from the top of my left nostril to my eyelid. >> as you are recovering, you have come to a realization and what is that? >> don't take things for granted. unfortunately, i didn't know about the air bag recall and there needs to be a change in process to notify the people that the air bags are defective. >> yeah, well, april, because stephanie had just taken her honda civic into a honda dealership and apparently they didn't know about the recall or if they did they didn't do anything about it. what is the recourse with this? >> well, as you know there, has been a lawsuit filed.
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we can't go into much detail about that, but that is a growing problem across the country, not just with stephanie's case, but stephanie is speaking out to be the voice for the folks that no longer have a voice because of this problem. but it is, in fact, the dealerships that have a duty to learn about the recalls and to also repair the vehicles pursuant to their agreement. >> and it's not honda we're talking about, there are several recalled car brands. and it's actually the air bags from a japanese company. but the car brands that are part of this, toyota, honda, chrysler, nissan, ford, gm, bmw, subari, mitsubishi and mazda. what are the seats like, that's what you pay attention to when you are purchasing something as important that you use every day like a car. when this happened, how shocked
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were you? >> i was in disbelief. the air bags are there to protect you and for it to do something completely opposite, there's no words. it's upsetting, very upsetting. >> and if you can tell me, april, what is the latest with people who are speaking out against this? i know you folks can go to nhtsa.gov for a list of the recalled models. but people speaking out, are they banding together to try to make a change? >> they certainly are. and that's one thing that i would like to say while stephanie is still here with me, we are very proud to be on her side and to help her in her efforts to try to get the word out. because as she said, the recall notification process is failing and it's just not -- they are not doing enough and not notifying folks enough. i'm very proud to be a part of trying to get the word out about
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this. >> hopefully people take their cars to dealerships and do something about it to raise awareness on a very important thing. thank you, ladies. 27 minutes after the hour. more and more television shows pushing the envelope. >> i can't drink or smoke pot because my senior quote was, i drink and smoke pot. >> but is that edgy material killing family time? plus, it was one of our famous videos. a bear taking a wrong turn into a drugstore. now we have good news for this cub. it's monday, a brand new start. with centurylink visionary cloud infrastructure, and custom communications solutions,
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earlier we gave you a few clues as to our halloween costumes. the clue earlier was, the original modern family. and tucker is dressing up as one of the most iconic characters in history. and crystal wrote in saying, "the addams family." and another viewer wrote in, tucker is going to be archie
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bunker. already there! >> and tom says, "married with children." >> al bundy. keep the guesses coming. >> is family hour extinct? that's when the family comes together to watch tv in the evening. this is an excerpt from a show called "mom." >> i'm trying hard not to drink and smoke pot because my yearbook quote was, i drink and smoke pot. >> that was the tamest excerpt we could show you. >> there are two generations of kids who have grown up with declining standards of what's appropriate. and now there are hardly any standard standards at all when it comes to media consumption. the family hour is dead.
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you talk about "the cosby show." did it start out on thursday night? you would gather at 8:00 p.m. to feel comfortable that the content your kids were watching is okay. now you can't. >> now this is just crap, it's stupid. when was a last time you saw the family depicted on television when the dad was reasonable and decent and the mom stayed home. a lot of american families are still like that. but you never see that. >> "leave it to beaver." >> i remember -- >> that's only been 60 years! >> i remember tgif from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m., it was "boy meets world" and "full house" and "step by step." and i remember getting uncomfortable when suzanne
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somers would kiss her husband. and that was not that bad. and now it's like the sex thing that bothers me the most because it completely makes it -- it is just disrespected completely. i'm not saying it shouldn't be in may remember, but it is disrespected completely. showing body parts. >> i agree. but i don't think kids are watching sitcoms. kids have no idea that you should turn on the tv at a certain time. they are on the internet! >> that's my point in this. from the technology side of it, the family hour is dead based on technology. we are tivo'ing and dvr'ing shows. what time does "walking dead" come on? i don't know but i tivo it. >> a lot of the broadcast stations are going under. >> we don't want you to stop watching television. we want you to watch morning television. >> the entertainment stuff on nbc or cbs, it is just -- these
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are the last gasps of a dying industry. >> they are finally trying to go to streaming and putting stuff out on the internet. we saw that announcement last week from cbs. yeah, you're right, it's the dinosaurs that don't think that the industry is changing. like when the horse and buggy industry said, it is just a car, it's a fad. nobody is going to keep buying a car. >> let's make a lamborghini. a small audience with great tv shows. there are great shows, "breaking bad" or whatever, but most of them are getting dumber every year. >> we sit there longer and longer and brag about the bing tv watching. i just watched the entire season of "house of cards." or whatever it is. >> that is something to behold. let us know your thoughts and go to our facebook page. the family hour, do you gather up to watch 8:00 p.m. tv show? you are probably watching "o'reilly," to be honest. a 13-year-old boy is dead
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gunned down for laughing at the wrong time. a map discovered his home was burglarized and began screaming drawing the attention of several neighbors including the boy. when the teenager started laughing, he was shot nine times. >> i mean, he is 10 years old, children laugh. that's what children do. so i don't understand, you know, i can't figure out why would somebody shoot somebody for laughing. >> the alleged shooter and his girlfriend drove off but later returned and were arrested. charges could be filed tomorrow. this morning officials investigating what caused the decidedly explosion at an apartment complex in texas yesterday, at least one person is dead in the building that was reduced to rubble. cops say most of the residents were not home or were able to escape right after the explosion. and the mayor accused of creating controversy once again. mayor anice parker demanded
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pastors hand over their sermons. and now the mayor openly gay tweeted this, daughter needs drivers test. has all docs, some in moma name, some momk, but with birth certificate showing both, dps says can only be from one mom. >> well written. >> the department of texas says that's not true. the mayor's daughter forgot the proper documents and couldn't prove residency. remember this cute bear club that got lost inside a rite aid? >> hi. >> well, there's good news for her. she's heading back to the wild. wildlife officials are rehabilitating the bear after it had too much contact with humans. she'll be released to the woods this spring. >> she just wanted some bayer
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aspe asprin. >> oh! >> i only go there for the card aisle. look at that thing. don't you want one of those? >> you want one for a few weeks until they grow up and scratch your eyes out. >> imagine if you can convince that thing to sleep on the bed. how cool would that be? that would be the coolest thing. >> would you love a bear cub like this fishing in maine with your son, that's so cute. and he goes, oh! >> they are not usually unaccompanied. >> where is mama bear? coming up on "fox and friends" who controls the senate is not the only issue this election season.
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and can a birthdate affect your baby's health? autumn birthdays are more likely to be faster runners and higher jumpers and more powerful because mothers get more vitamin d during the summer months. interesting. and another massive initiative on the ballot has nothing to do with congress and may have national ramifications. fox news contributor katie pallock is here with this. good morning. >> good morning, thank you for having me. >> washington, d.c. could legalize marijuana or with restrigs. >> yes, marijuana is on the ballot in multiple states and here in washington, d.c. this november coming up in just over a week. and we're looking at this
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because as you remember the federal government is no longer open forcing federal drug laws when it comes to possession of marijuana. we have seen the colorado experiment when the colorado voters legalized marijuana in 2012. now the states maybe aren't going as far as colorado in terms of legalization, production and in places like florida they are considering it just for medical use. so it does range from state to state. but they are using colorado as an example of the experiment to go forward with. >> it could be legal in washington, d.c. >> it could be yes. >> unfortunately on the ballot, the most famous of states is tennessee but what is at stake? >> abortion is on the ballot and they are looking at more personhood amendments. in colorado the voters have the ability to put the words child and person into the criminal wording. and that has ramifications.
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also looking at the races being run in the states, candidates are having to take a stand an pro-abortion and pro-life issues. >> five states are going to be talking about taxes, tax policy potential changes. this could affect families immediately. >> yeah, so in tennessee they are talking about implementing a state income tax against tennessee right now since they don't have one. which i'm not sure voters will vote to give themselves more taxes. in neighboring georgia, they are talking about freezing the income tax. and in massachusetts, voters there have the opportunity to freeze the gas tax to force legislators to vote on increasing the tax instead of automatically increasing it with inflation. so that would require them to take those increasing tax votes coming up in the next legislative session. >> gun rights are on the ballot in a bunch of state. where could this be curtailed? >> this is is a huge waun. this is happening in washington
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state over on the left coast. the initiative 594 is one of the big ones billionaires like bill gates, michael bloomberg and michael allen have decided to dump millions of dollars into this initiative. the nra will create a gun database, which of course will lead to confiscation. the police are pushing back on thissish notive saying it is unenforceable and waste of resources for the state. but the gun control advocates believe that this will allow for background checks and implementing new fines on transfers of firearms. the police are concerned about the implications for governorship and whether this will criminalize gun owners already who have firearms legal in this state. >> this would include private transfers. so if i give my son a gun, he has to undergo a background
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check. >> i-594 is sold as the universal background check piece of legislation. sounds great but when you get into the details of the legislation, it does criminalize transfers between family members and imposes these expensive fines or fees from transfer to transfer. yes, tucker, if you want to transfer your shotgun or other firearms of the legal amount to your sop, transfer it, pay a fee and transfer it again to pay another fee. the ranges they are concerned about is how ranges are going to verify who the guns are owned by? do gun owners need to carry papers with them going to the range? billion nars across the country are pouring money into a state and local initiative to have a hun impact on a different level maybe other than nationally. >> i am looking for them to disarm their bodyguard. >> yeah. thank you, guys. a 3-d printer used to make
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ffweekend is the place on facebook. well, there's great news this morning in the market for a new house. mortgage rates are dropping below 4% once again. here to give us the inside look at three great homes, founder of sloan realty group, great to see you this morning. is the american dream live and well? should people be out there to try to buy their first house? is now a great time to do it? >> it's a huge advantage for first-time buyers that are below 4%. but the one thing most people don't realize is the process and the main variable are interest rates. they don't realize there are tens of thousands on the back end. and one thing that is interested, let's say at 30 years old, you find your dream home but it is $250,000. finance that at 4%, your payments are near $1200 a month. let's say you just wait a year, keep renting and a year later prices are up.
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right now rates are up to 5.2%. that same house is now $1500 a month. so it is $300 more. it is $10 a day but over $130,000 it will cost you toward your bottom line to put toward investments and retirement. >> banks love if you wait. let's go to myrtle beach right now in south carolina to look at this home. tell us about this one. >> this is my hometown. i'm a little biased, but it's an amazing huge house for $230,000. five bedroom, three bathroom, 3,000 square feet with every upgrade available. granite stainless steel appliances, brushed nickel chandeliers. number one beach investment for $950 with 20% down including tax and insurance. >> wow, nice. let's move down to dallas, texas. texas is great for taxes right
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now. how much is this home? >> i just flew in from dallas and am ebola-free, so that's great. this house is unbelievable. it is $240,000 remodelled. three bedroom, two bath, 2200-square feet. it has an awesome oasis in the back perfect for entertaining. a big pool, fenced in become-yard. it is in plano, one of the fastest growing areas in the united states and could be yours for $1400 with 20% down, including taxes and insurance on the property. >> let's go down to miami and ft. lauderdale area. what did you find down there? >> this is my favorite house totally redone with millenials in mind. the price is $269,000. the three-bedroom, two-bath. 2,000 square feet but every upgrade imaginable with brand new appliances and countertops, double shower. right on the golf course with a huge screened-in pool. you can be a member of the country club right there, but it
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is $1300 a month with 20% down including taxes and insurance policy. unbelievable deal. great time to buy for sure. >> do you recommend doing a 15-year mortgage or 30-year mortgage? what would you say to viewers who want to pay it down as quickly as possible? >> i say go with the 30-year first because you can pay it down early or bi-weekly. especially first-time buyers, you may not know what is coming in the future. always go to the 30 and pay it early if you want to. put in extra money toward your mortgage. >> have a little extra in the bank if you want it for investments and other things. great to see you. >> thank you. democratic candidates try to invoke the war on women. did it work in this clip? watch. >> tom, it seems to me you're part of the war against women. you've supported continued -- >> when your audience boos, you may not have hit the right note. but are american people buying it outside of that room?
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hi, everyone. good morning, it is sunday, october 26th, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. he's accused of shooting down two police officers and should not have been in the country because he's been deported twice. and just nine days before the midterm election, this democratic candidate probably wishes she didn't pull out the most tired of cliches. >> tom said to me, you're part of the war against women. you've supported -- >> oh, ouch! almost laughed off the stage. why is the left still pushing the line about the war on women?
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is it going out of style? we'll debate it. and christie brinkley wasn't billy joel's only uptown girl. ♪ uptown girl you know i can't afford to buy her pearls ♪ >> captain jack revealing some secrets. we'll tell you about billy joel's love triangle. "fox and friends" hour three starts right now. >> hey, everyone. it's time to get up with "fox and >> as usual, we'll have a "fox and friends" halloween parade today. we are dressing up with adorable kids and dogs in costume. >> our set is nicely decorated this morning thanks to party city decking us out with spiders and creepy crawlies around. and we have put up tips and
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questions and clues as to what we'll be dressing up as this morning. and you guys put up good guesses on the facebook page. here's one clue, we'll be all part of an original modern family. >> the original. >> the original. >> hmm. >> tucker is going to be dressed up as one of the most iconic characters in tv history. >> okay, it's jerry seinfeld. >> and this may help some of you. they have theme parks named after them. >> really? >> we have people weighing in thinking we were going to be "married with children" or "the addams family." >> we know it relates to miniature golf in some way. >> it could. >> windmills. angela writes, "the brady bunch." >> kurt writes, the jetsens! tucker would be a good elroy, clayton as george and anna as
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jane. >> send them to us on facebook. and a big story out of california where two sheriff's deputies were shot and killed yesterday in a rampage that lasts well over six hours. by a gentleman who is 34 years old, an illegal immigrant, who has been arrested twice, pulled over upwards of ten times, in this country illegally. his name is luis bracamonte. he has had a few names over the years, but he's been deported twice and now being held by the sheriff's department. and this morning there's questions on whether he'll be deported again if only to reenter the united states again. >> the shooting was two deputies dying in northern california. when i first heard this on
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friday, i thought it was another attack on law enforcement by terrorists. we had two in canada and one in new york, the hatchet attack. and it wasn't linked to terror, it was linked to another issue we need to be caring about, and that's immigration reform. when are we going to wake up? this guy was deported twice? why do we have a catch and release policy for people like this killing our law enforcement officers? >> in this case, catch and not doing anything about. so his fingerprints were in a federal database. we noknow that because his fingerprints were in a database. what turns out is he was pulled over and released ten times and charged with various low-level violations over the time that he snuck back into the united states. >> and one of the heroes that died that day, died 26 years to the day that his father also died during the line of duty in a helicopter crash. >> currently the "usa today"
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uncovered just to get documents from the government. we heard from the obama administration they were going to release low-level illegal immigrants in this country illegally. they were going to release them. these are people with traffic violations and they smoke marijuana, those sorts of things. turns out that's not true. and it turns out there are 167,000 criminal immigrants in this united states, many of them low-level immigrants released had major felonies. in fact, homicide, kidnapping, sexual assault and a whole host of other items on their wrap sheet. >> and the obama administration refused to open force immigration laws. they are under pressure from ethnic lobbying groups, but this could be part of the answer. a new study shows non-citizens are voting across the country in upwards of 700,000 illegal immigrants apparently voted in the 2008 election.
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that's enough to swing the results, by the way. maybe that has enough to do with the president's immigration policy. >> people we talked to in 2008, of that sample, for example, that year they only had 27 people who said that they were non-citizens and they voted that year. now, these are people who admitted to it. you have to wonder how many of them were non-citizens that didn't feel like saying, by the way, i committed a crime. voter i.d. laws don't make that much of a difference. because of the 27 people who voted illegally, most of them were asked for ichl .d., they sd something they shouldn't have. maybe the government has lost the ability to distinguish between a u.s. citizen and non-u.s. citizen. >> lost the desire. and the most resilient part of the study showing overwhelmingly people voting illegally are voting for democrats. >> in 2008, 80% voted for
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president obama. >> you have been typing away. the lone thinker on twitter. they say, why not? they and dead people decided the last two presidential elections. >> and another writes, it's time for each state to clear up their voter rolls. cost is always a factor. >> and jeff writes, should be zero percent. everyone should vote, it's their civic duty, et cetera. these are the same people not listing any attempt to fix this because they benefit from local voter fraud. >> but they lecture others on voter fraud in afghanistan and iraq. let us know your thoughts by going to ffweekend on facebook and weigh in. and other stories making headline this is sunday, eight hours and still going strong. more than 200 firefighters in los angeles still battling a monster blaze in venice beach. officials stay building's metal
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roof is making it hard to put out the flames. at least five firefighters have been hurt for heat exhaustion. the other for a back injury. all are expected to beck to. and a propaganda video from isis now featuring a british hostage, john cantley. the photo journalist is delivering chilling accounts in captivity after two years. he claims the hostages who behaved were treated well by isis, sometimes allowed to play games. but those who tried to escape were treated with waterboarding. and now the i.r.s. is accused of targeting small businesses. they say the reason is businesses are depositing less than $10,000 cash at a time which the feds view as an attempt to avoid triggering an audit. the seizures are part of the law designed to catch drug traffickers and terrorists.
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and the piano man is spilling his biggest secrets. some will learn from this. he found a way to date a couple supermodels at the same time, but he passed on this up and coming talent. ♪ and i will always love you >> that's right. in a brand new book, billy reveals the first time he met whitney houston he blew her off and admits he's kicked himself a million times ever since. then there's the time he was dating the two supermodels, as i mentioned. ♪ uptown girl you know i can't afford to buy her pearls ♪ >> that would be difficult. two high maintenance women. >> there was an accident. one time christie brinkley and elle macpherson showed up at the same time.
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>> you just won't get that. if you sat next to billy joel at ruby tuesday's, you wouldn't look over to say, i bet that mandated two supermodels at once. >> he said the only reason i started playing piano is because when i went to parties no one paid attention to me. then when i played, women would be there. janice says, i heard a couple songs there. >> i don't want to go back to my history of dating rock stars. happy birthday. your from? and your name? >> caroline. >> i'm casting spells across the country today. 54 in new york city 467894 in chicago. 38 in minneapolis. 64 in dallas. it will be warm across the southern u.s. today in case you're picking out your spooky costumes. the northeast looks pretty good. we have a system in canada that will bring a little bit of rain and some wind across the
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northeast, but nothing really to wash out your plans. the northwest, however, another system moving in there to bring rain, mountain snow and more winds this time of the year. all right. back inside to you guys. look at my ring. >> thank you, janice. >> my kids will love it. last week on the show we were having fun on the plaza. i posted video of us on youtube having fun. lookout, the fec may come after those posting videos on youtube. it doesn't matter if it's for fun or politics. or if you want to make a political commentary, the fec is trying to clamp down on going after speech on these free videos that people are posting online. >> so the federal commission voted against this, the republicans voted against this, the democrats voted for this.
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>> the internet has been a low-cost mechanism for people to speak and communicate their ideas. the little guys compete with the big boys on an even playing field on the internet. and if we start regulating free youtube posts, i want you to see what we would be doing. we would be regulating the speech itself and not a large expenditure for speech. so i don't think we have constitutional authority to do that. >> but with them criticizing president obama online, democrats feel that can't be allowed. that must be regulatedi the federal government. they literally criticized president obama. >> any videos released during our show, if you see a campaign video show up during the local broadcast, those are regulated. when a group gets together to release a video free on youtube criticizing the president, that's unregulated and shouldn't be allowed. >> of course not. >> unbelievable. let us know your thoughts and where will it stop. youtube to other websites? and will the internet become regulated by the federal
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government? let us know. coming up on "fox and friends," democratic candidates are trying to invoke the war against women. but are people buying it? and you know it's bad when "saturday night live" slams the president. >> it was nowhere near as bad as we handled the isis situation. the secret service mishaps or the scan dals of the i.r.s. in fact, this whole ebola crisis is probably one of my biggest accomplishments. >> it doesn't end there. we'll play the whole tape for you when you come back. ♪ in life there are things you want to touch and some you just don't. introducing the kohler touchless toilet. ♪
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in a recent debate, martha r
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robertson was almost laughed off the stage when she said this -- 40% of likely voters were opposed to 42% who favored the democrats. but in the same poll last month, women favored democrats 47% to 40%. quite a big slide there? what is behind the big shift? should the left lose the war on women line for good? joining us to debate, lisa booth and democratic strategist alex cyst mcgill johnson. thank you for being with us. >> hi, anna. thank you for having us. >> alexis, i will start with you. what matters on election day is who is motivated to get out to vote. what is the deal with the war on women and correlation to voting patterns? >> i totally agree. midterms come down to turnout and intensity. but when you have -- any time you have a party that has been actively against minimum wage,
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equal pay, promoting legislation that is essentially anti-women's health, you do have a war on women. maybe the language is a little tired at this point, but i have to tell you, there are a lot of women who are motivated when you look at the polls among base voters in the democratic party, they are still prioritizing women's issues as number two just behind the economy. so i think we do realize that there is a war on women. the majority of minimum wage workers are women. and i think we need to be thinking about that. >> you are chomping on the bit, lisa, weigh in. >> the whole war on women concept is laughable. truly laughable. and the associated press and the fact that republicans are gaping ground with women is a game-changer and it paints a bleak picture for democrats this november. democrats have bet that the war on women playbook would work like last election cycle but attempts are falling flat across the country. if you look at tough senate races like arkansas, the republican candidates are
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winning with women voters there right now. and it is not just senate races. look at governors races like the one in texas with someone like wendy davis who has become the face of the pro-abortion movement and is a woman, she's losing against her republican candidate greg abbott with women voters. >> not so much, though. she's actually made so much progress in the last few weeks. and it's about the base she's turning out. i would argue you look at north carolina and look at new hampshire and kay hagan in north carolina, women are pushing a message not just on abortion or access to contraception, but issue that is matter to women and working women. we are talking about minimum wage and equal pay. that's putting them over the edge and they are not afraid to run on that. >> lisa, do you need to backfire? >> democratic voters are taken women for granted and have tagged them as single issue
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voters. we care about more than contraception and birth control. look at the senate race in colorado, the "denver post" the largest paper in colorado that endorsed barack obama in 2008 and 2012 actually endorsed mark udall, the democrat incumbent, they endorsed cory gardner for that reason blasting mark udall saying this is a race focused on women's contraception. >> thank you. >> thank you for having us. we'll go right to the green room now. she's being hailed a hero. this teacher risking her life to stop a school shooter. what she did that may have saved lives in the lunch room. then it's the newest threat to law enforcement. a 3-d printer used to make guns like this and the scariest part is this new wave of weapons that go undetected in airports.
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per hour. clayton? thank you so much. well, a japanese man has become the first known person to be sentenced to prison for manufacturing and printing a 3-d gun. police around the world are on edge about the new technology as australian cops make this video and their point. watch. >> that homemade gun known as the liberator can is integrate when you shoot it. joining us is kurt the cyber guy to tell us about this. >> it depends on the supplies you use to make the gun, but this is the likely case for many people who are trying to press the 3-d guns. they will blow up in your hand. you may be able to kill somebody
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else with a gun, but you may also be killed. then in japan, a 28-year-old back in may, the first guy to be arrested and then just two days ago he's now convicted for manufacturing a 3-d gun and going to serve two years in prison in japan for that offense. but in the u.s., you and i can go down to kinkos and staples where there's a 3-d printer and print parts -- >> and put them together. >> not at the store because all of the stores have policies saying we don't allow the printing or parts of guns, but who is to say what the parts are we are printing. at the same time, we can go down to a number of staples stores and buy a printer for $13000 and less than $50 in supplies and make one of these as well. >> i remember on "fox and friends" we brought in guys from m.i.t. when 3-d printing was
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showing how to print an ear. it is revolutionary. dropping bits of red up and plastic as it spins around to build the parts. now we can assemble them for $1300 and $35 in supplies. we have come a long way in a few years. >> it does take a number of hours. when you make a weapon, it needs to be very dense so the printer has to spend more and more time making it. but it takes less than one minute for you and me to go put that together. >> but it reminds me of the movie that was "in the line of fire." clint eastwood was a secret service agent and this guy had assembled a wooden gun or parts of plastic assembled into a gun and was able to elude security and you could not find him. that's the biggest concern. >> the biggest concern is with the handgun that we just showed you, that's undetectable in the metal detectors at the tsa screening points throughout any
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airport. so in the u.s. it poses a huge problem. this will not be detected. we no longer have a back scanner to see us in all our glory, so this will absolutely go undetected. and then the same folks in texas that came up with this concept and uploaded the diagrams have just uploaded an assault rifle now can be manufactured, not on a 3-d printer but a $1200 homemade do-it-yourself assault rifle machine, like you and i would buy a breadmaker or mixer, we can buy this assault rifle maker from these guys. it's nuts. >> that's the future. kurt, great to see you this morning. coming up next on the show, a major health scare for a "duck dynasty" star. and his message to friends last
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and now finally we wanted someone to, we wanted someone from new york to talk directly to you. so we asked mayor de blasio and governor cuomo, but it turns out there was only one new york democrat willing to be seen with president obama today. >> hey! hey! hey! >> al sharpton. well, it's true. "saturday night live" striking again slamming president obama's handling of the ebola, the i.r.s. and on and on. we are on facebooking yo ining your questions. your comments are pouring in on this one. take a look. >> as you know, just two days ago another american, this time a doctor in new york, was diagnosed with ebola. now some people want to criticize the administration with the handling of this
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crisis. and it's true, we made a few mistakes along the way, but i assure you it was nowhere near as series as the isis situation. i mean, our various she secret service mishaps and the scandals in the i.r.s. and i don't know if you're aware, but the obamacare website had pretty serious problems, too. in fact, if you look at all the things happening in my second term, the ebola crisis is probably one of my best accomplishments. >> a lot of people are weighing in on the clip. albert writes, if they made fun of all the blunders on that show, they would have to expand the time of the show. and john writes, hey, funny stuff but scary. what is next in the saga of goof-ups? and sarah ann says, "snl" has always been an equal opportunity offender. >> not true. they sucked up to the president for six years and then seth myers left, he was the true head
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writer. >> there was a funny skit with phil hartman and bill clinton going on. >> true, it was bipartisan but there was something about the obama years that made it not and now it is back to where it should have been all along. >> i think it is a combination of things with seth myers, but they have not had good actors over there. no one strong enough to play obama. so somebody else writes on facebook, wait a minute, you mean to tell me that wasn't president obama? because he plays such a good job. and ron klain was taken on last night. >> the ebola czar, the president is criticized for hiring someone more experienced in politics than the medical community. watch this one. >> mr. klain, you have no background in dealing with infectious diseases, is that correct? >> yes, that is true. i am not a doctor, but to be fair i was chief of staff to vice president joe biden. so i do have experience with a
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little something called foot and mouth disease. >> it seems like a joke disease. just to confirm, no experience with actual medical diseases. >> no. next question. >> it goes on from there. >> that's all real. >> right. hilarious. >> not to be confused with the real ron klain. some headline this is sunday morning, brand new details in the high school shooting in washington state to leave one student dead. a first year social studies teacher now hail adhere row. megan silverburger confronted the homecoming prince moments after he opened fire. he ran into the lunchroom and restricted his arm. he seriously hurt four others and wounded his cousin before turning the gun on himself. and "duck dynasty" star jep
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robertson was rushed to the hospital after suffering a seizure. he just tweeted this, well, i about died this past sunday. i'm doing much better now. thanks for all the prayers! #seizuresuck. and then he posted this picture saying, i'm hard to kill. three would-be burglars were about to get off scott free when one makes an epic mistake butt dialing 911. >> 911 state your emergency. >> we basically robbed them, dude. >> look, i know we should have gotten a lot more, but you know what my only thing is, we got away safe, clean. >> the call describes them breaking into the house to steal a television. heav he even brags about getting away from the police, but it turns out they were busted. in the past 18 months, three
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real estate agents from the same law office have all hit the jackpot. >> the luckiest coldwell banker premier group office ever! >> i won $100,000. >> i won a million. >> i won $3.8 million. >> earlier they shared their secret to good luck with us. >> i think that we have good hearts and we're good people and it's just flowing through the office for sure. >> we are very passionate about what we do in our business helping others, and i truly believe what you put out is what you reap back. >> all the realtors will continue to work at the same office. when i interviewed them earlier, i said i was going to start playing there on the weekends. >> do you sfla. >> i don't play. >> i'm going to let the government take care of me when i buy malt liquor and then i will always buy lottery tickets. weigh in at home. we'll get dressed up in our
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halloween costumes. we are the modern family, that's one of the clues we are giving people. people say, you're going to play "full house." tucker is uncle jesse, claytop is danny tanner and anna has d.j. tanner. >> can i give another hint? for the first time on television, i will be bearing arms. >> i like that, janice dean. >> and according to the company, we are going to be pantsless. >> that's kind of true, actually. what is your name? >> michelle zimmerman. >> claire. >> where are you from? >> denver, pennsylvania. >> and where are you from? >> sioux falls, south dakota. >> what are you doing here? >> jet skiing.
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>> we have a baseball game happening here. the weather will be spectacular, royals or giants? >> royals! >> all right. no disputing there. northwest 10-mile-per-hour winds. there's your radar across the northeast. a little bit of rain here and there, but nothing to wash out your spooky plans to pumpkin pick or pick out your outfit. northwest we do have some showers and thunderstorms unfortunately and mountain snow and wind. it's that time of the year when they get the inclement weather in november. northeast really looks good. across the south, we could actually break records. 89 in dallas today. all right, have fun. have fun vikings fans. i know we're getting a lot of comments on facebook about what we are going to be for halloween. >> that's right. a lot of people are guessing it accurately, i the just say that.
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>> anna has some dental work. >> it looks pretty good. >> something about that top. coming up, thousands of pastors are mentioning the midterms and you lose your tax exemption. so what is with the scare tactics from the government? father jonathan morris is here to talk about that. and calling all soda drinkers. we'll tell you what it may be doing to you. >> are you drinking coke at 8:00 in the morning? >> it's horrifying. take our word for it. if yand you're talking toevere rheumyour rheumatologiste me, about a biologic... this is humira. this is humira helping to relieve my pain and protect my joints from further damage. this is humira giving me new perspective.
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survey shows drinking soda can age you as much as cigarettes. those who drink 20 ounces a day age worse than those who do not. they compare this to the effects of smoking. and the u.s. postal service is getting into the grocery business. the agency will begin working with retailers to deliver groceries. this is the latest move to generate new revenue after losing $5 billion last year. the two-year trial will take place in san francisco. i don't think lettuce will keep very well. >> now your groceries escalate, too. thousands of pastors get an ominous letter ahead of the midterm elections. >> the message is from the american unit ed group that is trying to intimidate pastors. >> they have scare tactics.
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we have father jonathan morris here. why? >> put that in the spam box. when you get that letter, throw it in the garbage. the reason is because it's a scare tactic. while i do believe that the americans united for separation of church and state have an important point for us, less son for us pastors to not open divorce candidates, because i think it is bad for the churches. the church should not be kept out of being a voice for moral reason within a political process like an election. so you have to avoid endorsing candidates, but you should speak out about issues. >> that's why they use the word intervene. but they also say the congregation could be held responsible? >> it's a scare tactic. but it is true that the irs has pretty big language as well saying churches should not get involved politically in a campaign. we are all indirectly involved in a campaign if we are speaking
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out for what we believe. i think unfortunately this organization has shown its true colors. in the past as well as now. what they want is not a proper relationship between church and state where the state is not controlling the church and the church is not controlling the state. that is healthy. but what they want is a silent church. they want pastors to be quiet and want them to be only talking about those parts in the bible that have nothing to do with the public square. that's what they want. >> why are they in the crosshairs? we talked recently about houston being in the cross-hairs with you. >> i think when we get closer to the election, they as we are now, their emotions get high. and there are a lot of people who really believe that the role of the church is to be quiet on all public policy. that is not a good policy. why? because we need the church to be speaking up, as every church to be speaking up, every individual
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with whom cares deeply about american values and to be giving reasons why to be involved in the political process. >> is there a better platform than the church to be able to do this? >> that's a great point. i think pastors have, first of all, the right as individuals and citizens to gather together with other pastors and other citizens and to form a political action committee or other political organizations to say, i as a pastor have the right to speak out and to get involved with politics if i want. but i don't think we should be turning our churches into a place for endorsing candidates. that's my personal view. it is legal to do it. to endorse someone and say, this is the best candidate, but i don't think it serves the church well, okay? make sense? by the way, you guys, when it gets closer to halloween, i get it all the time, is that -- you guys know it's the real deal. >> on you it works great. if i wear it -- >> try going in the subway in
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new york city around halloween dressed like this. no respect at all. tough. >> thank you, father. coming up, the nurse quarantined in new jersey over e ebola fears saying she felt like she was a criminal. if you let go of the hog and he turns around, you better get up a tree. >> and they are here. the star of "hog dawgs" are here. come on in, ladies. yeehaw!
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from bikinis to blue jeans, to cashmere to camo, this all-american team of ladies goes wild in the series, "hog dogs." >> you don't nationwide to get much makeup, you don't need to get your hair done. it's what we do. >> if you let go of the hog and he turns around, you better get up a tree. >> fantastic. joining us now, the four stars from the show. jackie, samantha, mallory. i'm so glad to have you here. >> thank you. >> let's start on specific terms. mallo mallory, you were 17. >> yes, sir. >> you shot this gator with the judge, one of the greatest handguns ever. how did you do that? >> he was on a hook and we just
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went up and bubba pulled him up for me and i took the shot. >> who is bubba? >> he's one of our dog handlers. >> man, i like the sound of bubba. that is fantastic. and all of you hunt? >> yes, sir. >> so what's your favorite thing to hunt? >> i was just going to add, there's three more of us, too. >> is that true? sounds like the greatest program ever. so you hunt hogs and gators. these are ferral hogs. tell us about that. >> it's a massive problem in the agricultural industry anywhere from the strawberry fields to the blueberry farms. so it's a -- it's a real problem and we're there to help tout ranchers and the farmers. >> i love it. samantha, you're out there with gun in hand killing varmints. are they surprised? >> people from the city may be surprised, but back home, it's what we do. >> did you grow up hunting?
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>> oh, yeah. >> do you have a message to girls about hunting and guns? >> i think they need to go to the gun hunter safety course, get educated, and go out there and have some fun and be safe. >> it's okay for girls to hunt, isn't it? >> oh, definitely, yes. >> i bring my girls hunting. i'm not sure they like it. did you hunt as a child? >> oh, yeah. >> really? >> family tradition. >> you're only 17. when did you start? >> as soon as i could walk. my daddy had me in the woods. >> he sounds like a good man. what is your favorite thing to hunt? >> running dogs for hogs. >> do any of your dogs ever get hurt? >> sometimes. but we pick them back up. they love it. >> and you were homecoming queen. yes. >> do you think your hunting prowess have anything to do with it? >> not really. people just like me. >> how has this changed your life, being on the show.
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it must be weird. >> well, stay tuned. we do air tomorrow, october 27th, from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. on the sportsman channel. and it's just -- we do what we love and it's a lifestyle. >> well, i love it. jackie, samantha, melissa and mallory. thanks for joining us. fantastic. start on discovery, illegal immigrants voting in the u.s. hundreds and hundreds of thousands of them. what kind of effect has this had in the past and what effect will it have in nine days in the midterms? will we do anything to fix the problem? we'll have all that, coming up. plus, you've seen them make out on the big screen. but it wasn't always fantastic. celebrities revealing secrets from the big screen. we will name names. stay tuned. ♪
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hello and good morning, everyone. it's october 26th, 2014. an illegal immigrant and conv t convicted drug dealer who has been deported twice shot and kilg killed a sheriff's deputy. and the war on women. >> it seems to me you're part of the war against women. you've supported -- >> ouch. it was so benall, they laughed at her. the public feels that way, too. we have the poll numbers straight ahead. and you may think it's a dream come true, locking lips with a celebrity. >> you love me? >> yeah, i do.
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>> please tell me he's not one of the bad ones. >> apparently bradley cooper, one of the worst can i kissers in hollywood. no, i don't know, no. we just keep having clips pretty quickly this morning. but i'd like to think that anna would be disappointed by that. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. they named me one of the best. >> we're celebrating halloween. yes, we are. these are my real eyebrows, anna. >> prosthetic eyebrows. you've had eyebrow work done. >> party city can't put my eyebrows on, but they did decorate our studios this morning. our thanks to creeping out our studio crew for halloween. all hallow's eve approaching soon. >> they were here until 2:00 a.m. dressing this place up for
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you guys. how do you like the digs? >> pretty nice. anna kooiman, knight nice to see you. >> who are we going to be for halloween? >> good question. >> later this hour, we're going to get dressed up in certain outfits. we're given some clues out. one of them is this, we're going to be part of the original modern family, modern family being in quotes. tucker, this gentleman here, this handsome devil, is going to dress up as one of the most iconic characters in tv history. >> here is one that may help you with this next clue. they have theme parks named after them. >> i didn't know that. >> and one final clue, you can find them in the cereal aisle at the grocery. >> we just gave it away. >> you're going to be count chocula. >> i was going to say boo berry. >> i say it will be happy days and tucker will be phenomenonzy. >> scott on facebook taes says the honeymoon.
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>> andy griffith. >> wasn't he a single father, though? >> i could be anna b. >> i'll be opie. >> you would make a perfect opie. >> we have new details this morning on a tragic sear i rrie killing, two sheriff deputies killed, a convicted drug dealer is in custody as is his wife. we know more about the suspect this morning. he used a fake name. his real name is luis brocamonte. he's 34 years old and he has been in trouble with the law before. >> arrested up to ten times -- i'm sorry, not arrested, pulled over up to 10 times, arrested a number of times pep has been deported twice, back in 1997 after conviction of possession with narcotics. and he was selling drugs, by the way, and he was sent back to
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mexico in 2001. >> and his wife was with him, too, apparently, during this time. murder charges and carjacking charges. >> it was only a matter of time before something like this happened. remember, we just learned that 167,000 criminal immigrants are at large in the united states. we don't know where they are. and the obama administration told us that they were going to release some low level criminals from prison because of overcrowding. they said, look, because of republican budget cuts to prisons, we can't afford to house them any more. don't worry about it, these are people with minor traffic violations, maybe they didn't return a library book or something like that. it turns out, though, according to "usa today" and the freedom of information act, that's not the case at all. some of them have large felonies, including murder, on their wrap sheet. >> aggravated kidnapping and child abuse or child sexual assault or something, just
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charges that are jaw dropping and certainly not these nonviolate petty crimes like stealing bubblegum. >> heavy duty felonies and the feds knew this, the administration knew this, we the way, this is the fruit of an intentional policy. when they meet in the west wing, this is what they give in exchange. they promise not to follow up or enforce any of our immigration laws, basically, and that's exactly what they have done. and for good reason, it turns out, from a political point of view. a new survey shows that there are hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants in this country voting in our elections and they're voting democrats. so it shouldn't surprise anyone that the administration is in favor of illegal immigrants. >> that was jaw dropping. >> 700,000 illegal immigrants voting in the last election. remember hamilton county, ohio, florida, miami-dade county, a few hundred votes deciding
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certain elections. >> with this article in "usa today" this week, the 3,200 that were let loose and the white house coming forward saying they were nonviolent criminals, were they lying to the american people or did they not know? >> the election nears, just nine days away now. you've got your calendar for that. if democrats are trying a tried and true line from the last round of elections that we went through, which is the war on women. but is it working this time or are polls shifting in another direction? new york democratic house candidate martha robinson tried it at a debate. listen to the crowd's reaction. >> it seems to me you're part of the war against women. you've supported -- >> please, everybody, please. please. >> this is in new york, a blue state, too. take a look at these poll numbers that have shifted
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dramatically over the last month. a poll, republican party, who should be controlling congress? the republican party, 44% against the democratic party, 42%. but take a look at just last month. those numbers very different. democratic party, 47%, republican party 40%. >> so what happened? >> democrats were planning on women being single issue voters. here is a new flash, we care about a lot more issues than just our reproductive rights. >> and birth control is not in peril. nobody is trying to ban birth control. maybe i mean some person out of 320 million. but no politician is. but that was not true from the very beginning. what is interesting is if you break these numbers down, if you break them out by category, unmarried women still strong supporters of the president, married women overwhelmingly vote republican. that is the divide among women. i think that's probably a lot of reasons for this. people are dependent upon
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federal large -- to live are probably going to support to the person dolling it out. >> but every single woman is not supportive on the government. >> women with kids who are unmarried are more likely to be receiving government services than those not married. >> earlier on the show, we had a couple of political trat gists go head to head on this very issue. listen. >> anytime you have a party that has been actively against minimum wage, twal equal pay, promoting legislation that is essentially anti-women's health, you do have a war on women. the fact that republicans were gaining ground with women is a game changer and it paints a -- picture for democrats this november. democrats have bet the farm that their war on women playbook like it did last election cycle. but it's falling across the country. >> we care about the economy. a lot of women are in charge of paying the bills at the house and realizing what's going on with that. with obama care, losing their doctors, losing their plan webs
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not 45e7 about that, and our national security. they're behind the eight ball. we're not sanl issue voting group. >> of course not. >> it's insulting. >> i couldn't deal with it. i'm glad i'm not a woman. that would enrage me. >> we had questions on about the walmart moms and issues that matter to them and how are they going to put food on the table and pay for their kids' school and so on and so forth. tron wrote us on facebook saying i guess they underestimate women's intelligence. >> i guess the electorate is beginning to wake upup. >> and wendy on facebook says i never did buy into all of that. >> join us on facebook. >> as soon as we go to a commercial break, i'm going to post a clue, part of my costume, just a picture of it.
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a little, little part. >> ooh. >> coming up right now, we've got to go to some headlines. one of the 200 los angeles firefighters have been battling a massive fire at venice beach. it happened at a storage facility and has been going on all night long. the metal roof is making it hard to put out the flames. at lift least five firefighters have been hurt. a texas nurse blasting new jersey's new ebola guidelines after being quarantined in new jersey after coming back from africa. i sat alone in the sloilgs tent and thought of many colleagues who would return home to america and face the same majoriordeal. will they be made to feel like criminals? she tested negative for the virus but will be made to stay in quarantine for the next 21
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days due to new jersey's new guidelines. little league sensation mo'net davis on hand to throw out the first pitch. very knight nice. and it was a strike. the giants come back, take the lead in the sixth inning and never look back. they go on to win, 11-4, and tie the series in game two. and it was the speech that launched ronald reagan's political career and the new conservative in america. >> government programs once launched never disappeared. actually, a government bureau is the nearest thing to eternal life we'll ever see on this earth. >> tomorrow marks the 50th anniversary of reagan's iconic "a time for choosing" speech. we take a look back at the presidential library and his tour of air force one. >> president reagan believes he can accomplish more often on air force one in this state room
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than he could in the oval office. >> looking forward to this. tune in to "fox & friends" tomorrow morning for more on this story including a look at the museum's exact replica of president reagan's oval office. what a lucky duck. next, janice -- where is janice? >> i'm here. >> she's here. >> without my little dog. i'm so excited for our costumes. actually, halloween is the only day that i don't have to wear a costume. this is what i usually look like. where are you from? >> arkansas. >> angie. >> what's your name? >> mike. >> angela. >> where are you from? >> middleton, new jersey. >> where are you from? >> manhattan. >> what are you doing here? >> we love fox news. >> excellent answer. where are you from? >> concord, north carolina. >> concord, north carolina. are you related to anna, do you think? >> maybe. >> maybe. we'll find out later. let's look at your spooky
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forecast. i'm scaring everybody. the northeast, we've got 55 in new york city. 39 in minneapolis. 64 in dallas right now. we look pretty good along the east coast. air up in canada could bring moisture, maybe a few sprinkles here and there, but nothing to ruin your spooky plans. the northwest, we've got showers and thunderstorms and some wind as well as the mountain snow. this is the time of year that they get all this moisture in from the pacific. even though they need it, it's going to be a bit of a knnuisan. highs today, 55 in seattle. look at the south, 89 in dallas opinion 74 in raleigh. anybody dressing up for halloween? yeah? good. and i have one more hint for our costumes coming up. the family likes to eat ribs. >> i think you just gave that away, too. >> i don't know. i hope everybody gets it. tune in.
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>> pantless rib eating coming up here. >> find it in your ceiling aisle. >> coming up, a new study reveals illegal immigrants voting in the united states, how much of an effect will they have nine days from now during the midterms and what's being done to fix this problem.
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welcome back. a study reveals large numbers of noncitizens are voting in american elections. that's illegal, yet it's happening. data from a congressional action study estimates voters turnout by noncitizens in 2008 was 6.4%. that equals 700,000 voters b, at least. in 2010, it was 2.2%. in a shocking 2.4% of noncitizens said they were registered to vote. 80% of them voted for democrats.
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so this means that, if these number res true and this seems like a legitimate survey, that elections may be decided by noncitiz noncitizens which begins to rethink this. what is being done about this? >> pretty much nothing is being done about this. especially when you consider, too, tucker, there are a lot of states that issue driver's licenses to noncitizens. that should be, to me, the discussion that we need to have. a lot of these respondents in this study says, we have government issued i.d. so there's no big problem, right? the study questions whether a lot of those voting according to their level of education, they were less jaepted than those who responsibility dollars that they didn't vote, maybe they were unaware that it's illegal to cast a vote in an election in which you're not a citizen. but back to 245 number that you mentioned, that is a sizable number. i am admittedly skeptical as to whether or not voter fraud can have massive impact on the presidential election.
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because you're talking about hundreds and hundreds and hundreds and thousands of votes. but on smaller races, like senate races, al franken in minnesota who barely squeaked by, i look at aenate races, if those noncitizen votes perhaps factored into that, we could be looking at whether or not obama care passed and that's huge. >> well, sure. there have been presidential elections that are pretty close. so you never know. >> yes. >> you have a new book out, i love the title. "hands off my gun." in it, you dive into the origins of gun control. what's the point of gun control. why did the founders included this second amendment? why did they put a second amendment? it meant a lot to them, obviously. why did they do that? >> these are individuals that had fought to free themselves from red coat rule. and the institution almost wasn't ratified until a certain number of founders pressed for the inclusion of the second amendment. they wanted to make sure that
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they would still be able to have the right to carry, to bear arms and so they could protect themselves from government tyranny. that's one of the things, their rights were eroding away under king george. they debated that second amendment so much. when you look at the minute to the debates, they didn't debate whether or not it should be included. they debated how strong the language should be because they did not want any mistakes or any misunderstandings from future generations. they wanted to be crystal clear in their writing. >> thank god they did. thanks for joining us. congratulations on the book. >> thanks, tucker. thank you. a warning to drivers, air bags are meant to save your life. they could kill you. drives getting hit with exploding pieces of metal. we'll talk to one victim about her horrific ordeal. gene simmons sharing his secret about success. what he thinks about political correctness in this cup. the rock star joins us next.
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fit2me also inspires you through games and team challenges. so what kind of plan will i stick with? my plan! get your plan. go to fit2me.com and enter the on-screen code word to get started. first up, 2,353, that's how much u.s. citizens have renounced their citizenship so far this year. this year's on pace to beat last year's record of 2,999. by the way, until recently, no one renounced his citizenship. it's a new development and a sad one. next up, $500,000. that's how much the family of a 5-year-old girl won in a lawsuit against denny's after a hot coffee spill. finally, $4 million, that's how much a chicago teen won on a
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scratchoff lotto ticket on her birthday. she says she plans to use it to buy her family a newhouse, to pursue a nursing degree and not to become unhappy like most lotto winners. anna. you may recognize him from the legendary hard rock band kiss, but this rock ser a very successful entrepreneur, owning a record label, professional sports team and a sports team. >> now his new book, unleash your inner rock god, win in life and business, has tips to help you do the same. gene simmons. >> the great gene simmons. >> i want to rock and roll all night and party every day. thanks for being with us. thank you for having me. >> when you co-founded kiss, you thought of it more not just an art project or a music project, but as a business. >> quite honestly, 40 years ago when the band started -- boy, do i look good. that far back, we didn't think of words like marketing or anything. but i was acutely aware that it
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was called music business. and it still is not a popular term. people think of it as i just do music. no, you don't. you charge for everything dow. the government recognizes you as a corporate entity, no different from gm or ibm and so on. you pay taxes. there's earned income. it's important to be creative. but don't kid yourself, it's a business. >> let's dive into the book a little bit. your secret for success is something i'm thinking about with my 4-year-old son. >> i want to kit you off for just one second because it doesn't do the book justice. i don't want you to have secrets. there are no secrets. all those self-help books, ten secrets of success, they are patently untrue. i'll prove it to you. if the only thing we need to do is to follow these ten steps and all of us become rich and famous, then all of us would be rich and famous. here is the secret, tie your shoelace these way and we'll make a million bucks. it doesn't work like that.
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and a million bucks means nothing these days, unfortunately. there's no substitute for hard work, having the right thing at the right place at the right time and you have an inferredfy do you rememberary duty to yourself to learn language skills, people skills and the best resume you have is you. so when you spend all that time writing a great resume, you'll lie and put names and facts and figures up there that aren't true, and you put it down in front of your potential employer, he's going to put that thing down and say, tell me about yourself. right then and there, you're going to move the chess piece forward or you go back. >> you're talking about confidence. it's something that, as i was saying, trying to teach my son, how do you learn confidence? >> when you don't have it, fake it. good god. >> fake it until you make it. the. >> the world is a stage. we're all just players. >> we're taught in school, reading, writing and arithmetic. but we're not taught these things. why not? >> because it's politically incorrect and it's difficult
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to -- look, i used to be a sixth grade teacher. the emphasis is on the right sorts of things, mathematics, arithmetic. but other than learning certain facts and figures which we need to get along in life, what was the name of the course that you took in high school that prepared you for doing what you do? there is no book, of course. >> go out and pick up the book. >> watch out, youtube, the s.e.c. is coming for you. try to regulate online political videos, but what happened to freedom of speech? >> plus, you've seen them make out on the big screen. but it turns out it wasn't all row mattock. celebrities spilling secrets on the worst kissers in hollywood. gosh, i hope it's not him. 's a . our house. our spot. those are the rules. ok who wants sweet rolls? oh, i do! (whoooosh! smack!) me too! (whoooosh! smack!) (whoooosh! smack!) (whoooosh! smack!)
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well, we've been giving you hints all morning long about our halloween costumes. >> not very good hints. >> i have been giving great hints. >> you're a positive lady. well, here is one of the hints we gave you this morning. we're all going to be part of the original modern family. tucker is going to be one of the most iconic characters in tv history, not playing himself currently. and they have theme parks named after them. >> they only have two named after them, but whatever. >> and then one official clue,
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you can find them in the cereal aisle at the grocery store. they like to eat ribs. if you go to my twitter page, you'll see about this much of my costume. >> and i said we're probably going to be pants. >> oh, yeah, i wanted to forget that one. >> porky pig, you're bugs bunny. >> suzanna writes, it has to be the munsters. >> no, they keep their pants on. >> mickey mouse, mini mouse and donald duck. >> oh, you're getting close. >> keepq-theñiçóñiñi obamañiñrñ.
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the left ande1 liberals realize the mainstream media was not able to carry it like it has for so long.qq the ability of the american people to bee1e1 directly affec] >> the internet has been a lowfo cost people to ideas. the little guys compete with the big boys on an even playing field on the internet.w3 and if we startñi regulating fr youtube posts, i want you to see e would be regulati speech itself and not a large expenditure. and so i don't think we have constitutional authority to do that. >> it seems to me that would wind up at the supreme court immediately, would it not? >> absolutely. there. i think it will get shot down
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before that. as correctly pointed out, there is an unbelievable overreach. the entirec point of the federa commission, the guidelines to!u regulate money and the expenditure of money in the elections. when people arew3 at home writi blogs or posting videos that they created that don't cost anything but tó5)j e1labor, tha is free speech at its core and it should not be regulated. >> exactly. so nine days from today is a midterm election. it looks like republicans have ÷ pretty good shot of taki:÷ the senate back. if they do, what's the agenda for running the congress? >> that's a great question. speaker boehner has outlined five basic things that he wants to work onlpfá in the house. tax reform, things like that. one, when you look at the polls, the american people are losing confidence in their government. there need to be some oversight and get confidence back in the government. when you look at the scandals, the fáva, irs, gsa, and it goesn
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that we've addressed the ebola problem, i think people are rightly concerned about whether or not their government is serving them correctly, protecting the way it's working. so i think we need to restore that by taking over the senate, that's going to allow the house and the senate to finally be able to focus on that. the second thing, i think, is having laser like focus on the economy, on jobi]w3 creation, o giving people back the american nd allowing people toxd it's create ago small business or giving that stability that they have in the jobs that they have right now. but those are the two big thqn%% that i think have to get done. i think one of the things8(zq is missing is that people have to understand, the housee1 of ñi representatives, largely inq bipartisan ways largely inxd getting things done, it'sc harr reid that won't move anything at all. i think as soon as we fire harry reid we're going to see things getting done. >> shawn spicer, i sure appreciate it. thanks a lot. >> youñi bet,q tuck perpendicul coming up, businesses don't create job.
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hillary xdclinton's claim not explaineding who then does create jobs.ok up ñrnext, maria bartiromo isñie perhaps to explain what hillary and they are ready to trick or treat. it's our halloween parade here atow3fáçó "fox & friends." someñi of the cutest costumes y will meet. plus our costumes. we'll see them together. stay tuned. so i'm the one living with type 2 diabetes. and i've listened to the tips, the trends and have-you-tried-this. now, i'm ready for someone to listen to me. welcome to fit2me.com, your free custom-fit, diabetes support program that actually listens to you. start building your fit2me program today using key areas of diabetes management. let's start with food. mexican? asian? italian! want recipes that reduce calories?
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hi, everyone. economics. >> don't let anyone tell you that, you know, it's corporations and businesses that create jobs. you know that old theory, trickle down economics.q
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failed. it has failed rather5a spectacularly. >> joining us with reaction from our sister network, fox business, is maria bartiromo. good morning. 0tx>w3 good morning. >> i thought small businesses were the economic engine of our economy. >> everybody knows business creates job. we know business, people that run business create the jobs. and i think hillary knows that, as well. i mean, you know, what was disappointing to me about the comment is that it's justfá bac to politics running everything, you know? so here we are, a week away from the midterms. she's gearinge1 up for 2016 and she's firing up the ba37 trying to fire up the base with thejflñ divisiveness, it's business's fault, business is evil. that's too bad. i think voters are smarter than that. >> they took more money from wall street than an,1 u.s. now her party is all about
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populous. she's putting on a costume that 9mqu2y >> exactly. and most people out there at this point recognize government doesn't create jobs,e1 business creates jobs and business, an environment that allowsqñi busis to create jobs with, you t(know lower tax rates, with lowerjf regulation is actually a positive boom for the economy. look, i'm disapointed because but at some point, i think the voters will react.qñie1 i think people are smarter thanq this. they recognize that business ÷-9=]mñthis. >> a lot of people haveñr said this is her you didn't build that moment, like when president ápr" that. but to your point, he got lp re-elected. but you th)' thati] voters will >> i do. i think people recognize business creates jobs. they know this is just an attempt to fire up herñi base, u know, get the populism out there, speak to the masses and that same theme that worked for the e1president, business is ba. you know, she thinks it's going to work for jfher. ,his point, where unemployment is continuing to
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persist, we're in an economy that's bumping along the bottom, that most people feel that perhaps we are injf recession, think people are smarter than that and they recognize, that's not true. that's just a line to fire up the base. >> it's just silly. is same question every week, who is on your show? >> first, talk, senator david vitter. midterms are a week away. we're going to talk to a member of the armed services committee about isis, about the midterms, about what he's expecting from 2016. then we've gott( the ceo of johnson & johnson coming on, alex gorski. ebola. but i want to get his take on corporate inversions, tax reform, why so many very upset about thee1 affordab caree1çó act and theko medical act. a businessman saying oil prices
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declining is a catastrophe for saudi arabia.e1ok and he's very vocal on his opinions which are completely against thee1 oil minutester in saudi arabia. we're going to get a sense of what the saudis are feeling and ptgju our relationship changed with the saudis in theu.x face this shale revolution that the united states is undergoing. >> it's an all-star lineup. find maria on the fox business channel during the week.e1 coming up, we've been giving you h[nvsw3 like this all morni like thisxd one. part of anna's costume. e1 plus, the best tricker treaters lining up. here they are. we'll be right back. g?góéj÷ç÷ç
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♪ >> you guessed it. >> yabadabadoo. >> the days of the flint stones. >> many of you guessed it on our facebook page. >> i think anna is still getting into her wilma outfit. >> betty. >> my tv husband, barney. >> and i've got the caveman skruf, too. >> why aren't you bearing arms, tucker? >> wilma. here comes wilma. >> i love it. >> can we get a wide shot? we have to see this. >> oh, my gosh, i feel so naked.
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>> i put my feet on wrong. >> they always wore black socks back then, too. >> yes, they did. and they say good taste. >> here to help us out, cofounders of the moms on sirius xm. >> happy halloween. >> you are never too old for this. >> i wonder if the kids know about the flint stones. >> do you even know who these people are? >> you have some great costumes here for the little kids. >> what about ours? >> bring them out. >> so we're starting with party city. >> here, this is a cot costume, monster high, this is morgan. our spider princess, so gorgeous. take a little bow, love. and then we have dazzling pirate lily. >> i have a lily, too. so adorable. >> good job, guys.
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>> we're a little out of order. so is this the -- bre had a dragon. this is an 80s rocker, kayla. >> give me your hands. do you have dragons on your hands, too? >> can you guys spin around and show us your looks? >> okay. we're going to keep moving. keep on moving. this way, honey. >> follow me. >> okay. so darren is a nascar driver and jaylynn is the incredible hawk. let's hear it. >> and now we have a blast from the past, my son. come on. ghost busters. >> ahhh! >> and then we have a teenage mutant ninja turtle. logan. >> that is good. >> so nice. >> so do i. donatello, thanks for showing
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up. >> look at this. this is one of my favorites. we have a basketball player, we have baby benjamin who is in this cute outfit. and then we have the first outfit from the disney store, we have tinker bell and that is baby ella. what a cute little couple. >> hi, guys. hi. >> okay. there you go. okay. next, for disney store costumes, we have woody and jessie. come on. oh, thank you so much, guys. do you want to go this way? here we go. >> hi, jessie. >> so these are some of our favorite costumes. >> come on, guys. >> come on. >> you see the camera? >> you walk that way. >> come on. >> we have cinderella and rapunzel. let's see beautiful little princess twirl. how about that?
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>> whew! >> and then, of course, ana and elsa, let it go, let it go! ♪ i can't hold it back any more ♪ ♪ i don't care -- sorry. i can't help it. come on, guys. >> elsa, that's right. >> do a twirl, girls. >> come on, come on, ana, come on, elsa. >> oh, here we go. so we have some dolls, you don't have halloween without animal costumes. what do we have, batman? that's >> this is luca, the panda bear. >> this is thanks to -- >> can you fit?
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>> come on back over here. >> you like it? >> that was a little shocking. >> heart city, you can get some amazing costumes. and our set decorations this morning. >> and thanks to the moms, denise, melissa and all of our kids. >> way to go. >> you were really cute. >> i think i just inhaled some fur. >> yabadabadoo. >> we have more "fox & friends"? >> all right. we'll be right back. "i never thought you would quit." you know, i really didn't either but chantix helped me do it. along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. it gave me the power to overcome the urge to smoke.
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check out your local party city store to get costumes like you see here. >> we'll see you next week. >> happy halloween! good morning. can we keep the lone wolves at bay? hi, herb. i'm maria bartiromo. this is "sunday morning futures." two attack these past week sparking new concerns about home grown terrorism. we will talk to a member of the armed services committee about how we can stop this problem in its tracks. enjoying these cheap gasoline prices? are they about to get cheaper or rise higher again? a member of the audi family weighing in. plus, a member of johnson & johnson

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