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good morning to you. it is saturday, november 15th. i'm filling in for anna this morning. he is at it once again. a brand-new video has surfaced. another day, another video. the man behind the obama hoax mocking a concerned voter. so, what is even worse? his salary, funded by you, the quote, stupid taxpayer. his pen and song won't fix this. a grieving father whose son was killed by an illegal alien asked the president if it will bring
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hit son back to life. the response from the white house so far -- do we have a cricket in here? while you were sleeping, incredible video. a million dollar mansion gos up in flames. what sparked the blaze is ahead. fox and friends begins right now. ♪ >> santa has come to the plaza this morning. bass pro santa wonderland.
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i mark the season with bass pro on the show. it's christmas time. it's my favorite season for bass pro shops. they are going to be live here on the show all morning. we have fun, great gifts for the holidays. we'll get to that in a bit. >> good to be here. >> nice to have you here. >> i'm driving to work, the christmas lights are up, there's no traffic because it's 2:00 in the morning. anna is sleeping in this morning, having a day off. glad to be with you guys. >> thank you. first we want to give you the latest on what turns out to be a hoax, obamacare sold under false pretenses. how do we know? we have evidence from a man, a self-described health expert, m.i.t. in cambridge. he was caught on tape five times
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explaining how he and his administration lied about what the plan entails. here is video from vermont. it was shot in 2011. he asked about a citizen who wrote in expressing what obamacare might look like. here is the exchange. [ inaudible ] >> so the only thing you saw at the bottom, was this written by my adolescent children. one of the committee chairmen
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asked, they are concerned about ballooning costs, increased taxes and bureaucratic outrages. they are concerns. >> crazy. >> how did that happen? >> it did. >> after he reads it concerns, the response was, was this written by my adolescent children, by any chance, talking about a letter a taxpayer wrote in listing concerns about obamacare. all the concerns did come true, it has ballooning costs and taxes. >> it's ludicrous. you must be a child, a moran, you are dumb if you believe that. listen to us, we are the experts, we are much smarter than you are. >> it's nice it all came out. it confirmed suspicions. so many people worried about obamacare. now, we are seeing evidence of
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an individual who said hey, look, we are going to lie to the american people because we can't be transparent. if we are, the law is not going to pass. >> here is how we managed to put it through congress. ted kennedy is an architect of how we did it in massachusetts. here is the trips of gruber over the past week. watch. >> basically, you know, call the stupidity of the american voter. basically, that was really, really critical to get it to pass. >> the dirty secret in massachusetts, the feds pay for our bill. in massachusetts, we had a powerful senator named ted kennedy. they basically figured out a way to rip off the feds for $400 million a year. people say you can't tax my benefits. what we did was think about how could we make this work? obama is like, well, you know, he's really realistic.
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i can't just do this. it's not going to happen politically. it won't pass. how do we manage to get there. the cadillac tax. barack obama is not a stupid man, okay? he knew, when he was running for president, that quite frankly the american public doesn't care about the uninsured. they care about costs. >> talking about being ripped off. taxpayers are footing the bill for his consulting fees because he was seen as this brilliant guy for fixing and architecting obamacare that we are going to bring in multiple states. he's on the payroll from the department of health and human services for $392,000. that is what we are paying for. all the states chipped in so michigan, minnesota, wisconsin, vermont, this is how much they are paying or have paid for him to come in and set up exchanges. here is a guy that since the age of 18 worked in colleges.
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he's never had a full-time private sector job. this guy never lived in the american economy. he has no idea. at the same time, he's getting rich from taxpayers. millions of dollars, this guy jonathan gruber made from you, me and the rest of us. no one asked our permission. he's laughing about it. you wouldn't have voted for it if you knew the truth but we know what is good for you. we are going to ram it down your throat. >> charles had this to say. >> much larger than obamacare. it's larger than just this issue. the liberal mind is that the experts understand the world, they have to dictate, they have the best interests of the masses. you see it in the environmental movement when they say science has spoken on climate change. you yahoos are too unintelligent to understand, thus you have to
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do x, y and z on the economy. it's arrogance. now it's expressed openly. that's what's refreshing about it. >> let's go to facebook. you can answer this question. was obamacare a hoax? that is the question of the day. we'll read your responses. was it a hoax. or did you know everything you needed to know? let me tell you your headlines that you missed while you were sleeping. this is a fox news alert. touching down in iraq. the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff making an unannounced visit to baghdad preparing to expand the fight against isis. this is dempsey's first trip to iraq since president obama ordered noncombat troops into the country. a million dollar disaster. the 6,000 square foot house, a
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total loss after going up in flames after a party. dozens watched as firefighters battled the flames. they caused the roof to collapse. two firefighters were injured but expected to be okay. it was started by an outdoor fireplace. terrifying moments in the sky. a bird strike forcing this airline to turn back around to oakland, california minutes into the trip to seattle. a passenger tweeted the photos after the strike. the plane was not damaged, amazingly. none of the 153 people on board was hurt. prince william and kate middleton coming to america. the duke and duchess of cambridge hitting the big apple where they will be treated to a brooklyn nets game. they will tour one world trade center for the first time. prince william will take a solo trip to d.c. prince george is staying across
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the pond. i guess she's fit to travel. she's with child. >> she is? >> yeah. that was confirmed, right? >> i don't know. >> it is confirmed. >> a monarchy a few years ago. rick is a royal baby watcher. >> huge. cannot get enough. >> what's going on? winter came early this year. >> remember i said it's going to get cold? east coast finally got cold. the worst of it has been across the central plains and the northern and central rockies. everybody is cold even toward florida, 50 degrees in tampa. factor in the wind and it feels colder. we are going to deal with another bout of cold air that comes in this week. we are not done with it, unfortunately. the southeast is pretty dry. the winds are moving over the lake. we are going to see a lot of snow on the downside area of the lakes especially here in up
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state new york. get ready for a lot of snow. then we have a new storm that's building across the central plains. this is going to be the first snow maker in nebraska, kansas, iowa and missouri. this is how the future radar plays out. we are not going to be talking huge accumulations. a few areas three to five inches on the high side. one to two inches. the cold air comes in again. the great lakes, tuesday and wednesday are the coldest temperatures we have seen. >> thank you, sir. >> you're welcome. >> it's a dry cold. coming up, a massive tree comes crashing down, landing on a teenager. she walks away. look at that. she walks away alive. we will hear from her, straight ahead. your cell phones are being watched like you never would have imagined through airplanes, devices flying over your head. is there any way to protect your information from the government? we'll tell you, coming up.
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time and money. awesome. awesome! awesome! awesome! awesome! (all) awesome! i love logistics. did you hear about this story, spies in the sky. a brand-new report claiming the justice department is scooping up data on small private airplanes flying above us. it's to catch criminals, but innocent people are caught up. is there any way to protect your information? here to weigh is in morgan wright. nice to see you. >> hi, clayton. >> we take precautions on our phone, putting in pass code locks and fingerprint security now we have to worry about airplanes? what's going on here? >> look, an important thing, people should make a distinction. this is not intelligence
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gathering. the mission is to find wanted criminals, track down fugitives. when i looked into this, we did a lot of work at the department of justice, this is about finding suspects drug traffickers, criminals and fugitives. it is discerning to some, make a distinction between the data program and what they are doing here. it is still capturing some of your information while you are driving around. >> you are easing my concerns a little bit, but not much. they are catching information that is not related to the investigation. here is how the technology works. you have devices deployed on the airplane mimicking cell phone towers. what is it doing while it's scanning the phones? >> think of this. it's a man in the middle attack. cell phones normally tend to attract to the strongest signal. it puts out a signal that raises fcc issues, but makes your cell
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phone think oh, that's the cell phone tower. when itdoes, the way it goes where you are, if i wanted to call you, it has to search where clayton's phone is. it is capturing the information necessary to identify the phone, where it's at and things like the number. it is not, however, listening to your conversation. >> we saw similar problems google had driving around and capturing open wi-fi. they got hammered. >> they got slammed for it, of course. how is this any different? >> the difference here, because it's the government. after edward snowden and the nsa program, there's a lot of sensitivity to make sure the is are dotted and ts are crossed. now, the big question is what do they do with the information not related? where are the checks and balances? when they are done, they are
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getting rid of it, not storing it in a data base. >> you took the words out of my mouth. what are they doing with the data? are they being transparent about it? >> funny you mention it. monday, i'm the only civilian at the department of justice on privacy day. this is one of the things that will come up. it's not widely known. there's a couple reasons. one, you don't want to expose all your techniques to the bad guys. on the other hand, i don't think the american people want to know the techniques as much as is my privacy being protected and safeguards in place to make sure it doesn't get abused. how many stories have we done about snowden and nsa? people have the right to be concerned. there needs to be an explanation of what is being done. >> keep us updated on that. i would love to hear the response. thanks for waking up with us. have you seen this video?
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a hotel maid sifting through people's stuff when she's supposed to be cleaning your room. the feds banned fishing to protect the fish. what about all those people who make a living on the ocean? one of those out-of-work fishermen? join us next.
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welcome back. some quick headlines. ran off to fight with isis, now they are getting home sick. a terror tracking group said they noticed online messages
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popping up of jihadists wishing to leave iraq and syria. the home countries don't want them. overnight, a 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit off the coast of indonesia sending people to panic. minor damage to the hotel in a coastal city. there were no major injuries. well, the feds slap a six-month ban on cod fishing in new england. it's part of a plan to reverse dwindling numbers in the gulf of main. now, fishing across the nation has been destroyed. >> we are joined by a captain for more. what did you think about the ruling handed down on thursday? >> well, i wasn't surprise zed, but i think i was stunned. we were given two days to get off the water. >> that's it. you can't fish. no fishing means no income for
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you and your crew, right? >> that's correct. we are self-employed, so we are not eligible for unemployment. you don't work, you don't eat. >> in two days, you learned your world is turned upside down. i read about families in the business for four generations, teaching their sons how to fish. they are picking fish over families. >> i think that's right. i think the government, at this point, is more interested or elements of the fishery service are more interested in proving the fishermen are wrong than finding out about the status of the stock. >> i'm confused by this. it's my understanding, all kind of different fisheries up and down the east coast, the fish are threatened by foreign factory fishing operations as much as anything. is the u.s. government doing anything to keep asian nations
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from depleting the fish stock? >> on the east coast of the united states, it's not an issue. we have a 200 mile limit and our continental shelf doesn't extend unit 200 milings. there's no issue on this coast. >> you can't troll now in the areas until april 30, 2015. some say, hey, it's not forever, hang in if you can, it's five and a half months. is that the case? >> it's not actually true. we can't go until july and fish come to the coast seasonally, so basically, all the months you can catch any now is closed. >> so, what are you going to do? >> well, i'm hoping that congress will take this up and overrule the fishery service and reverse this executive action. >> what happens -- congress is not known for moving speedily.
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how long do you think it will take and what are you going to do in the meantime? >> i don't really know what i'm going to do in the meantime. i don't retire well. i'm going to continue to push to get a new assessment that would involve fishermen and outside academic experts and try and prove what we see on the water, a lot more cod out there than the government thinks. >> can you go further out? if you go further out, it takes a bigger boat and many people are affected because they are smaller boats. if you go further out, can you catch the cod there? >> you can but they put in a 200 pound trip limit. the cost of the fuel exceeds the value of the fish to catch them. boats like me, small boats which is what new hampshire has, all small boats, the closures go beyond the range of the boats. they really don't have a choice. they simply cannot fish.
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>> dave, sympathies with you. thanks for coming on this morning. >> thanks for having me. >> tough especially around the holidays. a father whose son was killed by an illegal alien. we'll hear more from the dad and the white house response. plus, it's beginning to look like christmas. we head to santaland next on the plaza. [ female announcer ] if you don't think "i've still got it"
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florida weatherman trent eric is how you say his last name, he is for wplg tv proposing to his anchor girlfriend with help from the crew. before popping the question, he played her a video montage. that is sweet. >> so nice. >> there's a risk involved. of course she's going to say yes. good for ratings and great for local news. in my hometown, we all watch the same stations. everyone is going to be talking about it in the town. you feel like they are a part of your family. now this. president obama touting democracy while winding down his overseas trip. he's gearing up for a battle promising executive action before the year is up. we are live in washington with the latest on the unfolding story. good morning. >> good morning. republicans say if the president tries to change the country's laws on immigration, separate from congress, they will
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consider all options to respond, including preventing the president from using federal money to implement executive action. >> our goal here is to stop the president from violating his own oath of office and violating the constitution. itis not to shut down the government. >> president obama is giving congress and speaker boehner ample time to pass immigration legislation. since they can't agree, the president will move on the issue, soon. >> i indicated to speaker boehner several months ago, if, in fact, congress failed to act, i would use all the lawful authority that i possess to try to make the system work better. that's going to happen. that's going to happen before the end of the year. >> both chambers of congress passed separate immigration legislation. the house republicans don't like the senate bill and senate democrats don't like the house bill. back to you in new york. >> thank you.
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the president is pushing forward on immigration, of course. all signs point to executive action before the end of the year, before the new congress takes over. many questioning his decision to do this. a father whose son was killed by an illegal immigrant has written this. we are going to put -- it was an open letter to the president. while your executive order pad is out, can you write one to bring my son and tens of thousands, actually 100,000 people killed by illegal aliens back to life and our destroyed families back together. a poignant letter. so far, the response from the white house, nothing at all. total silence. they have not responded to the letter. >> it's not a good idea. the american people don't want it. obviously, you saw the way they voted last week. here are your headlines. we are going to start with a fox
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news alert. new audio brought in. the moments after unarmed teenager, michael brown was shot by a ferguson police officer. >> where is the other one? >> 10-4 on canfield. >> get us several more units there's going to be a problem. >> it lasted 90 seconds from the moment brown attacked him and reached for a gun. brown had his hands up in surrender. new video showing officer wilson to the hospital to get checked out after the august 9th shooting. a grand jury decision could come down on whether wilson will be indicted. protesters vowing to take to the streets if he is cleared. security flaws revealed at the minneapolis/st. paul airport. a driver passed concrete barriers nearly driving into the terminals. they spotted her stumbling around the empty airport. when police arrived, the car
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reeked of alcohol. the driver was nowhere to be found. this is the same airport where a terrorist killed fighting for isis worked and a passenger made it through the unguarded as you remember. a massive tree comes crashing down on top of a teenager. wow. amazingly walking away alive. she was standing in her usual spot waiting for her dad to pick her up after school. >> i looked up for a tiny second. then i turned around. it fell and i was looking down to hold my head back. then a tree hit it and i smacked it. >> ice from a recent storm blamed for the tree snapping. >> nnl nnlg's newest millionaire couldn't be more deserving of this prize. a vietnam vet just won $21 million. he's the first in the nation to win the lottery's newest lottery
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club. those are your headlines. a lot of money. good for him. where is rick? there he is. >> exactly. all this snow going on here. i'll show you that in a second. look at the weather maps. we have incredibly cold temps we have been dealing with. it's not going anywhere. look at what happens on monday, tuesday, wednesday and thursday this week around the great lakes and the northeast. you think it's cold now? it's going to get colder. not above the teens in minneapolis by the time we get to sunday, monday tuesday and eventually the cold air gets to the northeast with a bitterly cold week ahead. it may change by next weekend. cold air is perfect timing. it's starting to look like christmas. it is that time of year, again. another christmas season. i can't believe it. fun time with your family.
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stuffed reindeer, they have a ging ginger breadman. scl santa claus, welcome back. we appreciate it. santa is here all morning at all bass pro shops. thank you guys. back to you inside. >> what are you asking santa for this year? >> oh, i have a really long list. >> have you been naughty or nice? >> you know the answer to that. >> maybe next year. thanks, rick. still ahead, the man behind obamacare thinks you are stupid. really stupid. the worst of the obamacare hoax is yet to come. we'll break it down, what's headed your way, next. then, a most wanted criminal on the run for over a decade. police just nabbed him. it's thanks to social media. ell♪
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♪ save your coffee from the artificial stuff. ♪ switch to truvia. great tasting, zero-calorie sweetness... ...from the stevia leaf. welcome back. some quick headlines now. this could be the most expensive divorce in history. sue ann got $100 million in a divorce settlement. she saysitis not enough. her ex-husband is worth $14 billion. she thinks she deserves more. a wanted criminal after 12 years on the run. taken into custody after police spotted a photo of him, guess where? yep, facebook. he started a new life as a
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carpenter and had a fiance. she was clueless about his criminal past. oh, facebook. tucker? >> we heard from the obamacare architect the exploitation used to get the law passed through congress. >> it's a clever, you know, exploitation of the lack of economic understanding of the american voter. >> basically, the stupidity of the american voter. basically, that was critical to get it to pass. >> basically, you are stupid. what else is being hidden from the american people when it comes to obamacare? is it a hoax? the next guest says a lot. joining us is a physician and scholar. thanks for coming on. >> thanks for having me. >> people have been saying this from the beginning, the administration denied it. is it true? >> they set up a whole
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committee. the united states preventive services task force, basically a group of appointed academics have the authority to tell what health services will be included and those that won't. to give you an example, it's routine mammograms for women age 40 to 49. routine prostate cancer. >> let's start with the mammograms. the task force recommends women between 50 and 74 get mammograms. that's not what independent doctors recommend. >> they do routine mammograms in younger women. they say it shouldn't be done. they mandate what has to be covered and mandate it needs to be covered in full. things they don't mandate aren't going to get covered now. really, the decision is being taken away from doctors or they have to go out of pocket. >> they are given to lobbyists. a lot of them are in the law because you have to lobby to put them in there.
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>> right. people make political decisions. it has been influenced by politics. the problem is the board meets in private. they don't have to issue their recommendatio recommendations. you can't sue them and you can't appeal. there's no appeals mechanism. it is an ivory tower group that aren't going to be subject to the ability to appeal. open enrollment for obamacare starts today. >> let's get to the colonoscopy. men between 76 and 85 but major health organizations recommend younger than that. >> right, they recommend 50 to 75, not old men get the routine. that's the distinction there. if you are above a certain age, it's no longer worth getting the screening. slow to incorporate new signs. people using aspirin to provent stroke and heart attacks, this
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board started in 2009. the way they evaluate the science, they are slow to incorporate recommendations. it is washington thinking you have better decisions with a board rather than individual doctors and patients. >> they have harvard degrees so you can't question them. they are so much smarter than you. >> it's colleagues at m.i.t. >> unbelievable. let's get to prostate screening. >> right. >> let's put up the recommendations here. the task force recommends against screening? really? >> with psa. most urologists do. primary care doctors do it. people are following it. as doctors have the cause thrust on them, the things that aren't paid for, they are not going to be able to do or the doctors have to start paying for the tests and the patients. the other thing, this board is the only federal committee of
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this kind that has the ability to take cast into consideration. they can consider cost benefit, not just benefit. >> we have no access to the debates behind the scenes. we don't know how the decisions are made. >> it's not subject to the federal advisory act. it doesn't have to meet in public. it doesn't have to issue recommendations so people can comment on it. you can't sue it. >> there's no redoucourse. at the very least, you could make it subject to the rules to appeal the decisions and know what's coming in advance. >> absolutely frightening. unbelievable. thanks for joining us this morning. that was interesting. >> thanks. coming up, it's been the big question, will she or won't she run. we have news on hillary clinton's plans for 2016. stay tuned for that. have you seen this video? a hotel maid going through somebody's stuff. not her stuff, somebody else's.
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cortney scott is here with tips to keep your belongings safe. hey matt, what's up?
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♪ she could have made off with all his stuff. this disturbing video went viral this week showing a cleaning woman riffling through a hotel guest's room and all of his belongings. she tries to logon to his
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laptop. with holiday travel season upon us, how can we all keep our precious possessions safe. joining us with our safety treats is travel city senior editor courtney scott. good to see you. let's go through the tips. thanksgiving is next week, two weeks away. >> yes. >> exactly. so what is your firsts tip for folks? >> i recommend investing in a brightly colored luggage. thieves are more apt to take dark or black lug ams if they get caught they can claim they accidentally took it thinking it was theirs. >> if it's a pink piece of luggage -- >> right. dress up your bag with ribbons, stickers, anything that will make it stand out. personalization will deter thieves as well. >> you say keep it carry-on what do you mean? >> i travel with carry-on baggage only. the most fool-proof way to avoid baggage stuff at the airport. keeping everything on your body and close to you. you have to check baggage make
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sure you avoid putting any large sumgs of money, big ticket electronics or jewelry in the checked bag. that should go in the carreon bag or keep it at home. >> sometimes it's hard to avoid if you're traveling overseas or going to a wedding. >> it's tough. that's why we recommend choosing the things you takes wisely. >> smart. also, lock it up. what do you mean? >> when you get to your hotel room make sure you sweep the room before you leave and make sure none of your valuables are in plain sight. use the safe, lock things up. if the safe is too small invest in a luggage or padlock and put everything of value in your suitcase. >> a lot of times i will hide the laptop under the clothes in the bag. >> a lock gives me a bigger level of xfrts. >> hide it if you don't have a lock. >> better than plain sight. >> install the right app. >> technology can help us stay safe this holiday season. especially downloading apps like find my iphone which will help
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you find stolen or missing iphone mac or tablet and allow you to erase important content remotely, so would-be thieves can't access your accounts. password protect all of your devices too. >> smart. >> so no one can access them as we saw with the maid in the room. >> what did you think about the video? >> it's a little bit alarming to know that maids who are taking care of our rooms and can really just snoop around and see everything. that's why i do not bring any expensive jewelry or anything with me when i travel. you really want to blend in and just kind of avoid taking anything of value. >> i remember going on a trip when i was in middle school with a friend and we got home and developed our film, this was back in the day, when you developed film, and the guy who was cleaning or room had taken it around the hotel and taken pictures of his friends and then i developed it. it was funny, but it could have been a lot worse. >> it could have gone another way. >> it could have. >> thanks so much. >> nice to see you. safe travels. >> thank you. still ahead, he is at it again.
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good morning to you. it is saturday, it's november 15th, 2014. i'm ainsley filling in for anna this morning. you thought this was bad. >> basically, you know, call it the stupidity of the maerp voter or whatever, but basically that was really, really critical to getting the thing to pass. >> oh, guess what? a brand new tape has just
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surfaced again and you'll never believe what the obama care architect is caught saying this time. we're going to play it for you. >> nancy pelosi telling a pregnant double amputee wounded war veteran congresswoman she can't vote. who's aging a war on women now? we'll have the latest from capitol hill. he didn't think twice as he shot osama bin laden dead. there is something that rattles osama bin laden's shooter robert o'neill. what he says is more stressful than ha mission. can you imagine? "fox & friends" hour two starts now. >> i'm l.l. cool j. you're watching "fox & friends." let the games begin. >> oh, yeah. the games begin. >> come on in. welcome in. ainsley this morning filling in. >> thank you. >> we just ordered coffee because we need it this morning. >> on tucker. very nice. >> everybody is happy to see ainsley. she's like the o blood type, universal donor, everybody happy
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to see her. >> don't sell yourself short. you're like a ray of sunshine. >> no one is happy to see me. >> we have the latest on a story that has just everyone in washington riveted. more on the obama care hoax because it turns out it is a hoax. thanks to a man called jonathan gruber an m.i.t. professor has received millions in government dollars over the last several years to devise new health care systems for the feds and states and he admits, he lied in order to get obama care through. >> can we set up his latest sound bite before we play it, let me just set it up. this was in vermont. the vermont house health committee chairman is reading a letter from a constituent concerned about obama care he's going to tell you and then hear from gruber. take as listen. >> >> health caka
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. >> those adolescent children were smart because almost all of those things have happened so far. so that concern country went looked into his crystal ball and saw all those things happening. price control issues, medical device taxes. we talked to people in the medical device industry slammed because of the taxes, ballooning costs, premiums going up. >> it's not like we didn't know who he was. gruber famously argued that abortion was a good thing because it saved the government money because more black babies were aborted than white and we would have a lower crime rate and less welfare crime rates. should it shock us he turns out
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to be elitest with contempt for the american public. >> one of the names you saw written across the screen wondering about gruber and chow, meaning the professor of economics at the harvard school of public health, he was on the record with greta, a friend of jonathan gruber, really coming on there to defend jonathan gruber. he says it was out of frustration, he's just misunderstood. listen. >> my thoughts, he must be very frustrated because all the political opposition and the roadblocks people are putting for the affordable care act, and he has devoted a great deal of time to it. >> he's just frustrated. wants to educate us all. >> we need it because we're so dumb. he needs to speak very slowly because you didn't go to harvard, so be quiet, we know
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what's best for you. >> we are stupid and he is misunderstood. really? all right. well, let's -- >> exactly. >> let's roll gruber's greatest hits. >> basically, you know, call it the stupidity of the american voter or whatever, but basically that was really, really critical to getting the thing to pass. >> the dirty secret in massachusetts is the feds paid for our bill. okay. in massachusetts, we had a very powerful senator named ted kennedy. ted kennedy had a figured out a way to sort of rip off the feds for $400 million a year. people say you can't tax my benefits. it feels like. so what we did in that room how could we -- talk about how could we make this work and obama is like well -- he's a realistic guy he's like i just can't do this. it's not going to happen politically. how do we manage to get there through phase ins and other things. that became the cad da lack tax. >> barack obama is not a stupid man. he knew when he was running for
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president that, quite frankly, the american public doesn't actually care that much about the uninsured. what the american public cares about is costs. >> this guy never had a real job by the way. how did he wind up the architect of obama care. if you had a car problem would you hire someone who had written theories about the role of the automobile. >> he helped out with the health care system in massachusetts and because that was successful in the eyes of many people they asked him to help out with obama care. >> not in my eyes. >> we want to know what you thought this morning. the question on facebook, was obama care a hoax? here's what some viewers have said. kara says as a taxpayer who is forced to contribute to this guy's federal paycheck, i demand our money back. >> then karen on facebook says it is shameful what they did to americans all for political gain. >> linda writes, many of us were not stupid people. we knew day one. i agree with that. >> yeah. >> by the way, there's not a single republican who voted for this. so i mean, there was some
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forewarning but even the most dire warnings turned out to be understatements. >> right. >> that's why i think it's -- in the eyes of many people it's refreshing to see these videos because it just validates what many people like she said, knew on day one. >> yes. >> and by the way, today starts open enrollment day, the next enrollment for obama care the next phase begins so there's a three month full-court press trying to get millions of new people to sign up today, november 15th is when the obama care -- >> read the wall street journal if you're interested in that. if you're going to sign up again you might need to change your plan. you will be paying more money if you don't. let me tell you what's happening in the headlines. people in aurora, colorado, on edge as police are searching for an armed and dangerous man. the suspect wanted for shooting an officer at a traffic checkpoint last night. the guy then sped away, abandoned his car and hasn't been seen since. no word on the condition of the wounded officer. residents in that area are asked to stay inside with their doors and windows locked.
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another fox news alert overnight, general martin dempsey touching down in iraq. the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff making an unannounced visit to baghdad meeting with commanders there. preparing to expand the fight against isis. his first trip to iraq since president obama ordered noncombat troops back in the country. is a hillary white house on the horizon? virginia governor terry mcauliffe says we'll know in two months. hillary is reported going to decide on a presidential run in 60 days but will not go in for an early bid. mcauliffe is a long-time ali of the clintons who helped with their re-election campaign. what does it take to rattle the nerves of a navy s.e.a.l.? you would think a top secret mission to kill the most wanted terrorist in the world would do the trick, but according to the s.e.a.l. who pulled the trigger on bin laden, a round of golf is, quote, more stressful than combat. >> wow. >> rob o'neill says a therapist recommended hitting the links to help with his ptsd but that
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turned out to be a bad idea. those are your headlines. >> totally agree with that. golf is so frustrating. who said it was -- the famous quote, it's a good walk spoiled. >> i don't know who said that. i've heard it's a gentleman's sport. rob o'neill has trained his entire life for combat. but golf is -- i would think golf would be a lot easier than -- >> was it eisenhower. somebody go to twitter and let me know. i think it was eisenhower maybe. maybe truman. mark twain. was it? thank you. there he is, president obama arriving down under for the g-20 economic summit. instead of focusing on the world's economy western leaders blasting russian president vladimir putin for the crisis in ukraine. >> senior white house correspondent ed henry traveling with our president where president obama had some harsh words for putin. ed? >> he really did. it was interesting at the beginning of the eight-day trip in asia the president started off in china and there, you
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know, the big news was the climate change deal, but on the sidelines of that summit, he was also talking several times with the russian president vladimir putin. really made no progress. they just sort of exchanged words back and forth on the sidelines of the last summit. this time we're expecting the same to happen. so far the president just meeting with allies, not having a chance to go into any depth with putin just yet. when he delivered a speech here shortly after arriving in australia he really did let putin have it. listen. >> in opposing russia's aggression against ukraine, which is a threat to the world as we saw in the appalling shoot down of mh-17. a tragedy that took so many innocent lives, among them your fellow citizens. as your ally and friend, america shares the grief of these australian families and we share the determination of your nation for justice and accountability. >> reporter: the president, of course, talking about the plane,
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long suspected to have been shot down by the russians over ukraine. no justice really brought for that. meanwhile, of course, the other thing the president is focusing on is some of the domestic affairs already aides indicating to us as soon as next week when he gets back interest asia he could be issuing executive orders over immigration. republicans have been upset about that, obviously some advisors suggesting to him i'm told, a little bit of a split, he should wait well beyond next week. make sure the budget talks get wrapped up before he angers republicans by going forward with the executive orders. guys? >> ed henry live for us from australia, thanks a lot, ed. >> thanks, ed. let's check in with rick for the forecast in australia. >> yeah. >> i love your mouth is wide open. >> i didn't know he would do that. >> it's summer. >> it's summer down there and winter here. see if any of you guys can tell me why we call this an omega block. anybody? >> it's not the alpha. >> okay. it's because that right there,
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looks like the greek letter omega. we call it an omega block in meteorolo meteorology. what happens this traps the atmosphere into this cold pattern we're dealing with and we're going to continue to be in this pattern it looks like for about another week. what happens the next few days? we continue to see this. by around thursday to friday of the next week you start to see this flatten out a little bit and get conditions back to more normal and alaska where we've been warm cool down and get a little snow. we have lake-effect snow going and it's very, very heavy at times and we're going to see incredible lake-effect snow all the way through probably tuesday to thursday of this coming week. get ready for kind of a complete grade out experience there. then across the central plains another storm brewing kansas, nebraska into iowa and this is going to be heavy at least throughout the day but i think accumulation may be in the 2 to 3 inch range for a lot of you and we will see snow as far south as arkansas by tomorrow. >> will that be on the quiz coming up later? >> the omega block? >> it will be.
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>> the omega is the last letter in the greek alphabet. >> it is. >> alpha the first. >> you're right. >> thank you. >> you bet. >> she learned that from a fraternity party. >> no. from the bible. >> from the holy bible. >> the bible. >> that sacred. the president vows to go at immigration alone by executive order. will he do damage to his own party if he doesn't give the new congress a chance to offer up their plan? we'll it tell you. he took two beers but never expected this to happen. the boozy battle coming up. ♪
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administration weighs making massive changes toward our immigration system and unilaterally giving almost 5 million immigrants a way to stay here legally. could going around congress do more harm than good and poison the atmosphere in washington for a jep rags? joining us now is immigration attorney and author of "the compassionate and conservative approach to immigration reform," what is the rationale for this, the debate over immigration going on for some time, some bipartisan agreement on elements of the two bills that have already been written, why would the president take this moment to unilaterally ram through an amnesty? >> >> well, the president is under enormous pressure right now to act. he feels that he has waited around for congress, congress has failed to put forward -- to go forward with comprehensive
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plan and right now he feels that he needs to take this sort of unilateral action on his own. >> but there's no groundswell of support for this. there's not a single poll that shows anything like a majority of voters wanting this to happen. a small group of very rich, lobbyists on the left, have flooded zone basically on this issue and pushing the president. the interest group is pushing the president. the public is not pushing the president, unless i'm missing something? >> well, there's no question that the president has significant discretion in executing the immigration laws. the question is, you know, how far does that discretion go? the discretion probably rests on a balancing scale that can -- that can tilt so far over that it becomes ultravirus. but it's clear that congress has power over immigration and that the president is
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constitutionally bound to take care that the laws be faithfully executed but i think in this instance we need to look beyond what the law allows. >> we need to look beyond. here's -- i felt this issue was crystallized pretty well by for john cornyn of texas who pointed out that this is, among other things, unfair to people who follow the rules. watch this. >> we are a nation of legal immigrants. how unfair, how much more unfair, could it be for the president to issue this order and essentially bump all of these new folks ahead of those who have been waiting patiently and trying to play by the rules. >> so what do you say to someone stand pg in line for three years at the u.s. consulate? sorry? >> this is certainly a legitimate argument. it's an argument that's been around. but the people are here unlawfully anyway, 11 to 12 million people. what are we going to do about it? many of these people are here
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through no fault of their own. for example, some have been brought unlawfully as children, others have fallen out of status despite their best efforts to stay in status. the reality is probably more complex than this. we should consider what's best for the american people. what's best for america. there are a number of economic and national security interests that are implicated with having 11 to 12 million plus people here unlawfully. nevertheless, it is an argument against unilateral executive action and i would submit that it's an argument for comprehensive immigration reform through congress as well. >> yeah. kind of the way it was designed to work in the first place. mr. strange, thanks for joining us. >> absolutely. >> imagine seeing this, cops running into your child's school with guns drawn. it happened. students were terrified. it was all just a drill. not supplirprisingly some paren are very upset. we'll tell you more in minutes. america's most popular
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spent in a morgue after being declared dead. she regained consciousness while being prepared for burial. finally $20,000, that is the value of the pot that was to und in the jesus statute. the rigged relic was found at the cincinnati airport stuffed with 26 pounds of pot. clayton, over to you. >> america's most popular just completed a whirlwind tour, five continents, and it's all on tape in his special "all over the map. "joining me is jeff dunham and peanut, welcome back. >> thanks. always good to be -- >> always good to be on fox. >> yeah. we had a great time on the tour. it was nuts, going to that many countries and places, and half of those countries, english was the native tongue. >> is he a joy to travel with all over the world? >> i'm the easiest. >> he is the easiest. >> because i'm soft, i smoosh into the suitcase. >> it used to be interesting going through tsa, some of the other characters r they show up
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on the x ray. peanut does not. >> do they let you through, scissors and things to fix on the trip. >> i pulled out my knife and everybody is like how did you get in here with that? but going through the tsa, it's kind of fun. used to be not funny because they would be, what's in the suitcase and ahmed, my dead terrorist puppet is like all bones, and i don't know how many guys, go are you a veterinarian, what is that? we were in crazy countries like in the middle of, i don't know, singapore or wherever, going through the x-ray and they would be like, do you -- now you don't -- supposed to make jokes, the tsa is going, do you have a dead terrorist in your box? yes, i do. >> as a comedian you're honing your crafts for months. but this special is unique because you were trying out teal for the first time? >> in every country i had between 15 and 30 minutes of brand new material that we wrote just for that particular country and those are all the jokes that end up on the dvd and the special.
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so when you hear these joke, it's the first time i ever told them because why would i be practicing singapore jokes in iceland, makes no sense. >> were you surprised by one cutry over another, i'm really worried they might not have a sense of humor. >> the first was abu dhabi. these were all big show, weren't like 300 seat comedy clubs. the small were 4500, got up to 12,000 in london. abu dhabi one of the big surprises because i just had no idea what to expect and then two nights later in the middle of tel aviv israel, they thought ahmed was the greatest thing. and the reception there, i don't know what they kept in the comedy central ad but when i got to the end of the show it got to me. you could hear my voice crack. in front of 5,000 jewish people on their piece two nights before in abu dhabi, same thing, a guy brought up, a christian from texas, how did this happen if as
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i say in my live show, what it said to me was, we on this planet all have the same concerns, family, food on the table, our kids, a job. so that means we can all joke about the same stuff. >> right. >> so then -- and but the bottom line, what it said to me, was that most of us on this planet are good people and it's the handful of idiots who cause all the problems. >> except for peanut. >> did you call me an idiot? thank you. >> the show airs tomorrow night on comedy central and you are going to be starting a big residency in las vegas. go see him there. always great to see you. >> i don't care. coming up, nancy pelosi telling a pregnant double amputee wounded war veteran she's also a congresswoman, that you can't vote. so who's really waging the war on women now? plus, we're cooking up perfect pumpkin recipes on our plaza. you don't want to miss this.
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welcome back to "fox & friends" on this saturday morning. a shot of the morning, probably
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the best impression of matthew mcconaughey you'll ever see. >> all right all right all right. all right all right. all right all right. >> that -- >> that's perfect. you know why? because like matthew mcconaughey the shirt does -- bird does not have a shirt on. her owner says he started mimicking him after his performance of "dallas buyers club." he's 17 years old and lives in garland, it texas. >> you're not allowed to make fun of him. we love him. >> i'm not making fun of matthew mcconaughey. he doesn't have a shirt on and neither does the parrot. >> remember he took the stage and thanked god. >> i've never seen an awards program if my life but i like the sound of it. >> you've never seen matthew in a shirt. >> never. >> he and vladimir putin hang
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out together. okay. sort of an interesting story from capitol hill. nancy pelosi, still the leader of the democratic caucus in the house of representatives, has been going around, as you know, describing all criticism of her to sexism. she had this to say. she was asked recently by a reporter, you're going to remain in charge of the democrats in the house, but you're older and she whipped around and said this. watch. >> when when was the day any of you said to mitch mcconnell when they lost the senate three times in a row, lost making progress and taking back the senate three times in a row, aren't you getting a little old, mitch? shouldn't you step aside? have you ever asked him that question? any of you ever asked them that question. i don't understand why that question should even come up? >> that's pure sexism. >> this idea you're too old because you can't do a job, you
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know, back and forth, it's been lobbed by democrats for a long time, pointing out john mccain on the campaign trail, is he too old. say it in veiled ways and advertisements. >> she looks young. her face hasn't moved at all. she looks very young. i mean that. >> it can be a double standard. women feel like it is a double standard. so much focus on a woman's age and on how they look and what they're wearing. you don't necessarily get that when you're a man. >> i don't think there's any question there's a lot of pressure on women over their appearances. i agree completely. >> you don't think men get that? >> i have noticed in ours business if you're watching a newscast, do you ever hear anyone in the room, say what is he wearing? i don't like his suit or this. but you hear so much criticism about the woman. >> i think that's totally valid. a lot of criticism comes from women. my point with pelosi she is critiqued by and large on her performance, ideas, how well her party does, whether her leadership is effective or not. that doesn't have anything to do
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with her sex. they're being mean to me because i'm a girl. you turned 72. maybe you should give up on that and assess me for what i do. >> go to ffweekend on twitter and facebook page and weigh in on that question, on the nancy pelosi questions this morning. well, be now to your headlines. west virginia university taking measures after a fraternity pledge died. 18-year-old nolan burch passed away two days ago after being found unconscious at the kapp sigma house. we've learned that the fraternity has been on suspension since mid-october for various conduct violations. baby girl safe and sound after her mother's friend tries to kidnap the toddler. massachusetts police say it all happened when the mom and another woman headed out to the store together, but when the mom got out of her car the kidnapper slid into the driver's seat and sped away. she was tracked down and arrested. thankfully the baby was not hurt. and they thought it was the
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real deal. parents furious after a florida middle school held ap active shooter drill, but didn't let them know about it beforehand. panicked students say the school in winter haven, florida, was suddenly locked down and officers wearing bullet proof vested and toting guns suddenly ran in. >> we actually thought someone was going to come in and kill us. >> i'm panicking, because i'm thinking it's a legitimate shooter is coming. >> that is just completely crazy and yet it's real. it happened. parents say, of course, they should have been told first but police say the drills are always held without advanced warning because that's the only way they can evaluate a school's response and also it terrifies people more effectively. well this crook tried to steel two beers. just want two beers. ends up losing a lot more than his dignity. a violent scuffle breaking out after the owners of a oregon convenience store tried to stop the suspect. 22-year-old sal low man burhan
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and the two owners knocking over displays as they wrestled. the fight lasting more than five minutes. losing his shirt at one point. and his pants also came off. then he ran away. i guess somewhat nude. he did come back for his pants. police eventually caught up with him. and those are your headlines. let's get outside to rick. >> ha is so great. convenience owners are the best. they're tough. >> yeah. are you ready for more cold? because we have more cold on the way. the weather map, let me show you what's going on. the northeast where it has not been as cold as across the northern plains will be dealing with the coldest air this season, tuesday into wednesday. look at your overnight lows in the areas, both of those morning. incredibly cold, hard freezes, atlanta get ready. across the northeast and into the mid-atlantic, talking about a chilly day and pretty impressive lake-effect snow. down to the southeast where we have very cool temperatures as
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well but a little drier today. across the northern plains get ready for a snowy day across kansas, missouri, nebraska, iowa, all those states there, up into minnesota again. 3 to 5 inches in a few spots, most everybody dealing with a coating to about an inch. >> all right. very good. >> you know what, i ran into these beautiful ladies out on the street, carrying their southern signs. they're from south carolina. so you're going to love the next segment, ladies, about southern cooking. >> bring a sign in and get in on the show. it's pumpkin season. don't get stuck in a recipe rut. replace your basic pumpkin recipes with the savory ones. >> author of "the pseudo southern" now to show us some of your pumpkin dishes. good morning. >> good morning. >> you have to start with the roasted pumpkin. >> you don't haves to roast your pumpkin. you can use can. get your hands in there. i get regular pie pumpkins, the smaller ones tend to be tend sphere can you use the big
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pumpkin you carved. >> think about it fitting in the oven on a sheet tray. >> industrial oven. >> cut it in half, scoop out the seeds, turn it over the skin protects it and will start a steaming process. >> an oven under there. >> 350 degrees, 45 minutes to an hour and heat what you got. >> that's beautiful. >> from there do whatever you want. today we're going to do pumpkin naoki and the soup. i have ricotta cheese. drain it overnight. a little bit of parmesan. stir it. the pum kip. you've done this before. and it's going to bind it together. this is basically just a dumpling. boil it for, you know, about three or four minutes after you form it. once you get that mixed in you add some flour. and that's going to hepatitisen it up and a feel thing to where you want it to start feel like a soft pizza dough. that's what we've got over here. cover it, maybe let it set 15,
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20 minutes, whatever. and then you cut them into small pieces and roll them into a log. take a knife. i like cutting them in smaller pieces like this. and put the signature dent in it. a little board here and twist it like that. it will help hold the sauce. >> got you. >> that's called a gnocchi board. >> exactly. >> much easier than i thought. i like this. you eat it in the restaurant it looks harder. >> it's a lot of work doing a lot of them. these are the finished product, boiled just until they float. we put those in there like that. while those are browning i will show you about our pumpkin soup. a chipotle soup. i used ham stock. you can use whatever you want. if you want to thin it out, i like mine thick. maybe roasted pumpkin seeds on the top, a little more cher rezo. we have to toss these around. broup butter, sage, for fragrance. >> is there a trick to brown but
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sfer. >> -- butter? >> yeah. just brown. you want the nice nutty flavor. season it with salt or sage. should be nice and fluffy and pillowy. >> that's delicious. >> and they are easy to make. that recipe is on the website. cheftroy.net. >> thank you so much. >> chef troy will be with us at 9:30, but in the meantime you're going to be answering on our facebook. >> that's right. >> if you have any questions about your thanksgiving and holiday cooking, which is coming up, go to our facebook page. facebook.com/ffweekend and he will be there to answer your questions. >> we will eat and hand it to you in the studio tucker and clayton. >> talking about how hungry we are. >> romanticizing cheese. >> our conversation about cheese. it's disgusting. speaking of parents, are your kids picky eaters? try this. >> the bunnies are munching on carrots. the lambs nibble grasses and bleat. i know you're too hungry to reason with, but you have to [ bleep ] eat.
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threatened. it was swallowed by a sink hole. now this car is finally being lifted out. two holes opened up in the florida neighborhood a few days ago. nobody was hurt and no homes are damaged, but the car not in very good shape. clayton? >> hope he had sinkhole insurance. thanks. voters sending a clear message in the midterm election, if you raised taxes you're out. promised to cut them, you're in. we saw this in multiple states where the governors went from blue to red. here to map it out is travis brown, author of "how taxes energy and worker freedom changed everything" great to see you this morning and you brought your shiny flashing map with you this morning. so we thought we would see changes. it seemed like all signs and all, you know, all focus might have been on kansas where there was the most dramatic cuts in tax revenue, but sam brownback held on to his seat. >> that's right. just as we might have predicted with our evidence of "wealth of
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states"i states" looking at tax and spending policies over the last 50 years, we saw in the november election that governors that promised to cut taxes and did so, stood trial and voters re-elected them in the case of kansas, a lot of people were speculating governor brownback may not survive and he won by over 4 points. >> let's dive into the states here, states where governors went from blue to red. illinois, maryland, massachusetts, and arkansas. what happened here? >> illinois is a shining example of a blue state coming in here and turning decidedly red with the candidate governor elect bruce rauner promising to end personal and corporate tax hikes that are set to expire this january passed by his predecessor. gas tax hike in pennsylvania that helped be responsible for overthrowing governor corbett in a state going from red to blue. massachusetts, turning red for the first time in quite a while.
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and a lot of other states, you know, hearing this debate about more take home pay. income tax >> let's talk about the states that stayed red. like i said again, people were surprised by kansas. wisconsin, florida, and ohio. >> yeah. so governor scott walker who many people know, stood trial multiples times on his term, but in the process lowered the middle income taxes, be governor kasich in ohio performed very well and passed over $2.5 billion of tax cuts. of course the big one on the electoral college map is florida. very tight, very expensive governors race. 20 million residents in florida now. we know from our movement figures a lot of people moving there and governor rick scott pulled it out by cutting taxes and running on his record. >> what about colorado, floating over there? >> it shows you two other examples here. actually three remain flashing.
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colorado is a state that was blue and stayed blue in part because governor hickenlooper showed that unemployment had gone down. that they were trying to do what they could to keep taxes in check. arkansas was a blue state that went red for the first time. and then my favorite one to talk about here and leave behind is maryland. maryland had over 40 different tax increases. tax on rain and tax on millionaires and that was brought up in the campaign and now that candidate successfully turning that red. >> travis brown, great to see you. check out wealth of states.com. coming up a million dollar disaster. this home going up in flames. what started it all. plus, parents, are your kids picky eaters? >> the bunnies are munching on carrot. the lambs nibble grasses and bleat. i know you're too hun be gri to reason with, but you have to [ bleep ] eat. >> there's a book for you and the author is here live next.
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the author of the profanity laced children's book "go the blank to sleep" book is back. >> helping out grownups who struggle to get their children to eat something. >> the bunnies are mufnching on carrotsp. the lambs nibble on grass and bleat. i know you're too hungry to reason with but you have to [ bleep ] eat. >> that's great brian cranston narrating that from "breaking
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bood" and the audio book called you have to eat. welcome back. of course the first one, was the go to sleep book and as a new parent when that book came out, we were sharing it with all other new parents that had just recently born children. and it struck a cord with all of us. why do you think it was successful? >> i think it was because there are things that are taboo to talk about in parenting and one is how frustrating it can be. this book gave people the opportunity to realize they weren't the only one that felt this way after an hour spent trying to escape from their child's room and a little bit of reli relief. the language, of course, is an attempt to accurately narrate the parental inner monologue. >> after you vice president had sleep this is how you're feeling as a parent. did you write this based on experience? >> oh, yeah. my daughter vivienne, beautiful, amazing daughter vivienne, 2 1/2 and sleep not high on her list of priorities.
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>> this is not a how to book, it doesn't tell you how to get them to sleep? >> no. it tells you it's okay to feel the way you feel about not being about to get them to go to sleep. >> i love how humble you are. the first book you were shocked, took you 38 minutes to write it? >> give or take. there was some revision as well but i tried to knock it out in one burst of inspiration. >> crazy to hear samuel l. jackson narrating your words? >> amazing. probably his best work since "pulp fiction". >> go to youtube and watch that. i enjoyed doing that the other night. brian cranston narrated the book. >> for the new book you have to eat, cranston was first on my list. he's walter white. can't do better than that. >> the science teacher was kind of perfect for the children's book. >> exactly right. >> the response of the second book and with parents? i mean this is all -- this is a frustration we're having with
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our 2-year-old. she's just -- she'll sit there, make a meal and she doesn't want to eat, wants to run around and dance. we know we have to go through this phase for a year or more. >> my daughter will do things like request pancakes and make the pancakes and like i no longer eat pancakes. i didn't get that memo. >> you're like yesterday they were your favorite. >> right. >> 15 minutes ago. >> yeah. >> the response has been great. parents seem to really connect with this. it is the other universal parenting frustration. it's like, the fact that you can't get your kids to accept the idea that putting sustenance into their body is a good idea. >> right. >> is frustrating. makes you feel -- >> great christmas present. >> would you mind stick around. join us in our parenting panel later in the show. thanks so much. congratulations on the book. >> thanks a lot. >> thank you. >> that's good. coming up he called you stupid, but now the man behind the obama care hoax has another video out and it's even more condescending if that's possible. something fans can raise a glass top. self-serving beer. which stadium is offering that perk.
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good morning to you. it is saturday, november 15th, 2014. i'm ainsley earhart filling in for anna kooiman this morning. it can't get worse than this, right? >> basically, you know, call it the stupidity of the american voter or whatever, but basically, that was really, really critical to getting the thing to pass. >> well, just did. another day, another tape. and you'll never believe what the obama care architect is saying this time. and while you were sleeping, amazing video, a million dollar disaster. this huge house up in flames. firemen hurt. we'll tell you how it happened. and one of hollywood's
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biggest names wasted at a big awards show. >> that's the weirdest microphone i've ever seen in my life. look at it. right? >> was johnny depp drunk or is this his natural state? more from his bizarre speech everyone is talking about. "fox & friends" hour three starts now. ♪ i really can't stay ♪ baby don't hold out ♪ but it's cold outside >> look at that. >> bass pro's santa wonderland on the plaza this morning. it's officially winter. officially christmastime already. and i always mark the turning of the seasons when bass pro shops show up and deck out their bass pro shops where you can go with the christmas trees, santa, we'll be checking in with them later in the show and ainsley
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earhart. >> filling in for anna this morning. i was coming to work driving down madison avenue and all -- fifth avenue where all the stores are. the lights, christmas lights, were already out, and all of the windows were lit up. it was so cool. >> are you -- >> no traffic. >> are you one of these people to blame for bringing christmas in to like october and september now? >> i am not opposed to that. >> you wouldn't mind. >> i'm totally fine. the more christmas the better. >> too much of a good thing, impossible. >> doesn't it remind you being so far away from family, reminds me i get to see my family soon and go home. anyway. >> this is why everyone loves you, ainsley. it's right. wewe have more this morning on e obama care hoax and it turns out it really was a hoax. . we know this because one of the democrats, one of the so-called experts, in charge of putting it together, form mating it, architect of obama care, has admitted as much. jonathan gruber, an m.i.t. professor. he's a pretty well-known, left wing academic.
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as you may have noticed from this week, he has conceded obama care became law through subterfuge. >> he's been caught with another statement. you know the first one was calling the americans stupid. well the latest tape we have, the fifth tape we've received, this was him in vermont. he was meeting with the vermont house health committee and the chairman is reading a letter he got from a constituent in vermont saying here are my concerns about obama care and then gruber responds. here it is.
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>> so laughs about those -- someone looking in the crystal ball. >> how silly. >> price increases, device taxes, premiums going up. turns out all of that actually happened and by the way, you're footing the bill. the stupid americans whom he called a few years ago, are footing the bill for his salary. in fact, at the federal level, the department of health and human services paying him $392,000 taxpayer dollars goes to fund his salary. didn't stop there at the federal level went to the states too. >> that's what's outrageous about it. we're the ones paying their salary. this is how much he got to go to different states and talk about obama care and sell a product he says in all of these tapes, you can't be transparent about it or the bill won't pass. you're right, it is going to be expensive, it's not going to work, you're not going to be able to keep your doctor. let's don't tell the american people that. they're stupid. >> what's interesting is, he's paid millions by the government to fix health care systems, but
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he's never worked in a health care system, never had a job outside of college campuses. >> why did the american government hire him. >> if your car broke down would you hire a guy that wrote a paper on car trouble. no you would hire a mechanic that worked on cars before. >> who's stupid now. >> the american public in charge of reorganizing a massive proportion of the economy. how did that happen if i'll tell you how? the left reveres experts above all. >> what makes me so angry as a taxpayer, as an american citizen, is that our voices are not heard. because the american people have called out against this. they didn't want this. they don't want this still. it's costing more and more money. they're expressing their concerns in letters they're sending to their legislators and their legislators are reading these concerns and laughing about it. >> in case you need a recap or refresher on the stupidity comments. take a listen to gruber and what he thinks of you. >> lack of transparency is a huge political advantage and basically, you know, call it the
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stupidity of the american voter or whatever, but basically that was really critical to getting the thing to pass and it's the second best argument. i wish marcus wright could make it all transparent but i would rather haves this law or not. >> we can't be transparent, roll this thing out in phases so the american people aren't aware of how we're rolling this out and trying to repeal it makes it impossible because it's tied into the states, tied into the national level, things rolling out in phases if you pull one piece of the puzzle out the thing collapses and doesn't collapse in a way republicans can get their hands around financially or legislatively. >> you're not allowed to know how it works. >> let's dive into this. >> the key decisions in this law, the ones that affect all of us, what it costs, more to the point, what kind of care you receive, particularly what kind of preventative care you receive, those decisions aren't made by anyone elected to anything. made by a small group of people totally unaccountable, we don't have access to the conversations, the deliberations, we can't sue them, we don't know what they're
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talking about, we just have to abide by their decisions. >> for instance. >> yes. >> look at mammography. every woman is told get your mam mow graph, get a baseline at 35, the mayo clinic and american cancer society recommends starting at 40 years old. guess what obama care recommends. they recommend women 50 to 74. i could probably count on both hands how many friends i have at my age that have dealt with breast cancer and i'm in my 30s. >> colon owe os copies, the way to prevent colon cancer, the american college of gastro ent rolling say, at any time your physician thinks you should get a colonoscopy you should and under obama care, men 76 to 85 none for them. >> moss state screenings, every major organization says patients should consult a doctor and find out when you should get one. task force recommends getting against a skreegcreening altoge >> it's expensive. if you go back and we should
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pull this tape for tomorrow, you see the president saying again and again as he's trying to sell obama care, it's going to be cheaper and you're going to get better care. it's magic basically. everyone will pay less but get better care. it's turned out to be the opposite. more expensive. today is open enroll month starts today. "new york times" not a right wing newspaper, up 20%. more expensive and your options are fewer. >> fantastic. >> and they lied about it. >> more on that. while you were sleeping, though, president obama touched down in australia for the annual g-20 economic summit. >> fox news senior white house correspondent ed henry traveling with the president. good morning, ed. >> good morning, guys. something the president wants to talk about is climate change. he's announcing here in australia the u.s. putting up $3 billion into a climate change fund to get other countries around the world to deal with greens house gas emissions. at the start of the trip in china the president also announced a deal with the chinese. he's highly unlikely to get any kind of agreement here at the g-20 because the host of this
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summit the australian prime minister is long known as a climate change skeptic. where they are likely to find some kind of agreement where there's a consensus building is taking on the russian president vladimir putin over ukraine. bottom line is, president obama gave a speech here in australia a short time ago, basically pointing the finger at russia over the downing of that malaysian jet over ukraine hotly disputed of course, by the russians. then you have tony abbott who is the host. the australian prime minister had a tense one-on-one meeting with vladimir putin and basically at one point said you need to stop trying to recreate the lost glories of czarism. in the front page of the "courier mail" has a russian bear taking on the australian kangaroo. reports out of that tense meetings say that tony abbott also said, that he wanted to shirt front putin. i'm told by rugby fans that's a term when you want to hit somebody pretty hard, shirt
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front them. i remember once in washington tucker carlson tried to shirt front me and i was able to back out just in time, guys. >> you were the kangaroo in that exchange, no doubt about it. >> who would win? a kangaroo or a bear? >> the roo. >> the roo has boxing gloves on. >> i don't know. we'll get ed's breakdown. >> thanks, ed. and to your headlines. we will start with a fox news alert. overnight general martin dempsey touching down in iraq. the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff making an unannounced visit to baghdad to meet with u.s. commanders preparing to expand the fight against isis. this is dempsey's first trip to iraq since president obama ordered noncombat troops back into the country. was it all planned? just revealed, the man who shot and killed a canadian soldier and then terrorized parliament had toured the building just weeks before. officials saying the gunman is seen on video taking a group tour of parliament on october 4th. that's nearly three weeks before he went on the shooting rampage. this brand new information
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suggests the muslim convert planned his deadly attack well in advance. overnight, a million dollar disaster in dallas. a 6,000 square foot house, a total loss, after going up in flames during a party. dozens watched as firefighters battled the blaze. those flames quickly spreading causing the roof to collapse. two firefighters were hurt but all are expected to be okay. it is believed to have been started by an outdoor fire place. be careful if you have one of those. and a hoppy day for green bay packer fans. starting tomorrow, cheese heads over the age of 21 will be able to use self-serve beer stations at the stadium. the team says this allows fans more control over how much they drink. dispensing only a few ounces if they want. >> exactly. >> the beer -- i don't think that will happen. the beer from machines will cost the same as beer from the concession stands. i am now officially a green bay packers fan. >> that is pretty good. what about all the beer pourers.
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the beer girls. >> they lose their jobs. >> the robots are taking over. >> they are kind of. >> we don't need you to work here anymore. let the machine do it. >> yeah, well, i don't mind it. >> that will be an issue. >> the man who helped make obama care the law of the land is caught calling you and me and the rest of us stupid. you wouldn't know it if you were watching the rest of the media. are they still protecting the president? we'll have more. they left home to fight with isis terrorists and now they're a little home sick. is it time for a jihad homecoming? ♪ so ally bank really has no hidden fees on savings accounts? that's right. it's just that i'm worried about you know "hidden things..." ok, why's that? no hidden fees, from the bank where no branches equals great rates. if you're suffering from constipation or irregularity, powders may take days to work. for gentle overnight relief, try dulcolax laxative tablets.
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understand. >> very clever basic exploitation of the lack of economic understanding of the american voter. >> so clever. his comments on how democrats passed obama care enough to make any american recoil. >> now democrats are fighting to distance themselves from obama care architect jonathan gruber and it seems the mainstream media is letting him get away with it. since the story broke there's been fewer than six minutes of coverage total on all three networks. is there an obama care hoax when it comes to the media coverage? >> joining us now our old friend michael graham the famed show host and all-around sa vant. thanks for joining us this morning. >> hey, michael. >> you know that six minutes of cbs/nbc/abc, probably five minutes was trying to explain he was never the architect. that's not true. the republicans made that up. that's the new spin now. i'm now in atlanta, georgia, doing talk radio having a great time. i was in massachusetts for eight years. i lived under romney/obama
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whatever care and jonathan gruber's name came up every time. what bugs me is being called stupid by this guy. this guy. this guy, he was wrong about the costs of obama care, wrong about it adding to the deficit, he was wrong about you keeping your doctor, wrong about you keeping your plan. i'll be called stupid by sherlock holmes or dr. gregory house but not a moron by the mo, larry and curly of obama care. >> isn't it the hypocrisy, if this happened to a republican, somebody whispering in the halls during the george w. bush administration this would be all over the nightly newscasts? >> there's something else. it's not just that they didn't do their job. that's what this is, not doing their job. let's point out they haven't done their job yet. who's been finding this audio and video? he said this stuff over and over again. a guy sitting in his basement basically has been finding this video because the networks don't do their job. without network complicity, without the mainstream media
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complicity this wouldn't happen. you and i know we talked about it at the time, everybody knew you would not be able to keep your doctors because of the way obama care was designed. everybody knew there was no way that you were going to have a government run program that was going to drive costs down and quality up. everyone if you that the original $900 billion price tag for the first ten years, by the way up to 1.4 trillion already, just in year two, was bogus and reported in "the wall street journal" here on fox and elsewhere. >> what i find distressing is not that the press is just carrying water for obama which they have done the past six years, but that they're not holding power accountable for its decisions. that's the whole point of having a first amendment, is that the press acts as a backstop against government incompetence corruption overreach. they're not doing it. >> isn't that what reporters those obnoxious grads you hang out with, we're going to speak truth to power, the next woodward and bernstein. i would accept the next archie
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and veronica. do basic reporting. put the numbers up. that's my point without the media being quiet, the facts are all there, it's just that the average person is too busy working. they don't have time to do research and google stuff to find out the actual costs of obama care or the fact that the statements you're being given are bogus. they rely on the media and the media has let the american people down. >> and open enrollment starts today for obama care so i guarantee you will see mainstream media stories praising the fact that the website actually works this time and how easy it is for people to get care. >> website. >> it's a low bar. >> yeah. >> great to see you this morning, michael. >> happy to be here. thanks so much. >> that was great. coming up a dad whose son was killed by an illegal allen fires off a message to the united states. use your executive action to bring back his son. we'll have more from that man coming up. then this phone case normally sells for 100 bucks. but today, you can get it for 60% off. but only if you stay tuned. how to score the deal and more just like it.
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president obama gearing up for a major battle with congress over immigration. he has vowed to take matters into his own hands whether congress likes it or not and says he will do it before the end of this year. >> molly is live in washington with the latest on this threat of executive action. molly? >> good morning, ainsley, tucker and clayton. president obama says he's just about finished waiting on congresses to pass immigration legislation. indicated lawmakers should not be surprised if he acts alone by executive action before the end of the year. >> they have the ability to fix the system. what they don't have the ability to do is to expect me to stand by with a broken system in perpetuity. >> republicans say if the president tries to change the country's laws on immigration,
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separate from congress, they'll consider all options to respond, including preventing the president from using any federal money to implement his executive actions. >> a lot of people on our side think he's trying it to bait us into some sort of fight. >> both chambers of congress have passed separate immigration legislation, but house republicans contend the senate bill doesn't focus enough on border security and senate democrats say the house bill isn't comprehensive enough. back to you all in new york. >> all right. molly, thanks so much. >> molly henberg, thanks. >> as the president pushing forward on immigration this father has come forward with another idea. you're going to use your pen and pad of paper while you have your pen and pad of paper out, don rosenberg whose son was killed by an illegal alien in 2010, said this to the president in an open letter, while your executive order pad it outs can you write one to bring my son and over tens of thousands killed by illegal aliens back to life and our destroyed families
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back together. >> boy is that so sad. the white house response so far, silence. they haven't even bothered to respond to him. >> crickets. >> that's -- >> you have. our viewers have written? >> brandon writes on facebook here's a crazy idea, why not enforce the immigration laws we have. >> they don't want him to. >> sure wish this powerful message would get through. i'm sorry for the loss of your son. amen. >> we all are. >> go to our facebook page ff weekend on facebook and weigh in on that. first headlines for you. brand new audio released to "fox & friends" revealing the moments after michael brown was shot by a ferguson police officer. >> where's the other one? >> 10-4 on canfield. >> get us several more units over here. there's going to be a problem. >> the fatal encounter only lasting 90 seconds from the moment officer darren wilson says that brown attacked him and reached for his gun. witnesses say brown had his hands up and surrendered. a grand jury decision could com down at any moment on whether wilson will be indicted.
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they ran off to fight with isis but now they're getting homesick. a terror tracking group says that they have noticed on-line messages popping up from jihadists wishesing to leave iraq and syria to go back home but their home countries do not want them. at least 2,000 isis militants have come from western countries including about 100 from the united states. check out this bizarre video, johnny depp slurring his way through the hollywood film awards last night. >> that's the weirdest microphone i've ever seen in my life. right. all right. watch, i'm going to read this thing. for decades, chef gordon has been one of the most beloved and respected talented managers in the music industry. yeah, there you go. what does it say? >> depp was presenting an award
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for best documentary, but he was clearly the best thing on stage. many wondering if he was drunk. >> wonder why celebrities have moments like this, part of a movie routine they're doing like a new movie, like shia labeouf going crazy at times square. >> the broadway play. >> like rick, never know if he's going to have one of those moments like that. >> that will never happen. i can give you that one. >> exactly. >> let's talk abe the weather, big weather story going on this week. so incredibly cold and we have a lot of snow to talk about. take a look at these temperatures right now. these are actual air temperatures across the northern rox and plains. minus 2 in bismarck, 6 in rapid city and then windy and it feels like minus 17 in rapid city. take a look down the panhandle of texas feels like 16 in amarillo. and you have snow coming. i'll show you that in a second. forecast across the northeast, a chilly day, very incredible lake-effect snowfall totals we will be seeing over the next four to five days. get ready for that.
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down in the southeast, today is your dry day. today is the snowy day across parts of the central plains. tomorrow the snow moves farther to the south in and across oklahoma, pan handle of it texas and across the west, snow across the rockies everybody a little cooler. that's a look at your forecast. now it is that time of year again, i can't believe it, the countdown has begun for another christmas season, and with all the spending and gift giving that takes place it is nice to enjoy some free fun sometimes. >> joining us now are old friends from bass pro shops, edwin and their son cade who caught the biggest fish in midtown manhattan, for certain. >> learned from his dad. >> great to see you. >> thank you. we have some great stuff going on at bass pro. of course, you know, we're still doing the free photo that we've done every year. >> free photo with santa. >> yes. just a small portion of what we have opening today at bass pro, the santa wonderland. so many things to take your kids and family out there to do. just all the great family traditions. we're here to talk about that today. >> the free photo you get, a lot
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of people get in line and don't like waiting in line. you have come up with something about bass pass, is that right? >> bass pass. >> your lovely wife. tells us about the bass pass. >> it's your virtual spot in line. come by the ticket depot, pick up your pass and enjoy and play all the games at santa's wonderland and come back at your scheduled time for your free santa picture. the great thing is we've increased our hours with santa this year to seven days a week so the kids can come in any time. >> whoa. i'm going. tell us what the elf on the shelf. >> a neat christmas tradition. this elf moves throughout the room and the story comes to life as you read it to your kid every night and one of those things that, you know, that elf really keeps track of your kid and makes sure he's being good and mysteriously moves throughout the room. >> and starts at bass pro shops. >> oh, yeah. >> what other toys do you have? >> we have this right here is a pillow. we have all kinds of different bass pillows, $10, dolphins, turtles, alligators, lot of fun, caden loves them. right here, can you show them
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how the truck works right here? a new ford remote control 350 truck and it's just super cool. that thing takes on. >> that is -- >> all kinds of noises. that's a lot of fun. >> you can put a cup of coffee or a beer in the back. >> there you go. >> bring it to a loved one. the nascar set. >> yeah. you guys want -- >> i love it. >> you guys come back here. >> keep practicing. >> and you guys can race each other. you have the slot car racetrack, you got three and 14, tony stewart and austin dillon. >> these are awesome. >> whoa. >> don't go too fast. >> need to drive. >> tucker wins. >> haven't gone anywhere. edwin and tuesday, thank you very much. we'll have more coming up. >> ainsley? >> all right. thank you. coming up next, it is a rough life. when you're stuck in the cat house. how this dog ended up in this tight spot. >> then parents refuse to pay
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their daughter's tuition and she sues for it and wins. did the judge make the right choice? that debate is next. >> first a look at what's coming up on america's news headquarters. >> coming up at noon eastern, just days after pledges of cooperation, a major showdown on president obama's threatened executive order that would allow millions of illegal immigrants to stay. we'll talk to leaders on both sides of the aisle. it new details on the man police say pushed had is wife off a cliff to collect millions in life insurance. joins us. ith sleigh bells♪ remember when christmas was magical? let's get back there. santa's wonderland at bass pro shops has what we've all been missing. with the arcades, elves, and even a picture with santa. come from all walks of life. if you have high blood sugar, ask your doctor about farxiga. it's a different kind of
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"frozen" looking for a new home. plus here's buddy the golden retriever with his head stuck in the cat house. long island police using crow bars and a hammer to free him. police think that he was just doing what dogs like to do best, chasing a cat. and even canine crime fighters need protection. police dogs in missouri getting new bulletproof vests. the vests cost about $1,000 apiece and the force is getting seven of them. clayton? >> thanks, ainsley. two new jersey parents will have to foot the bill for their adult daughter's college tuition even though she hasn't spoken to them in two years. caitlin now lives with her grandparents. her attorney claims she was kicked out of her house. her divorced parents say that's not true. a judge ruled either way. they have to pay. joining us now to discuss, criminal defense attorney jonathan spillbore and dana schwartz. why did this happen? why did the judge rule this way? >> this is so clear cut. a lot of people don't understand but in the state of new jersey, where there's a divorce and
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there's a financial ability to pay college is a necessity under a case known as newberg. a necessity. and therefore the parents are obligated to pay part of that tuition. >> she's not 18. she's not 16. she's not even living in the house. she's 21 years old. as an adult you can be forced to foot the bill for someone? she doesn't even talk to them in two years. >> according to this judge in the state of new jersey even though the judge got it wrong, because part of the case david cited there are other factors that the judge could have taken into consideration. it's not automatic when you have two divorced parents you're forced to pay for your kid's college. the judge can take into consideration the relationship of the parties. in other words, since she's emancipated, since the daughter is emancipated, not living under her parents' roof, not requiring her parents' care, the judge could and should have ruled the other way. why the judge ruled this way? mystery. >> absolutely the right decision under the law. the law is the law because it's the law. those are factors involved here.
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but she was thrown out of the house. there's another side of the story and temple university, great university. >> wait, that's the other thing. >> she's not going out to become a drug dealer. she want ts to go to college. >> fantastic. good for her. get a loan like i did and pay for college. the order in this court was that originally the parents were only going to have to pay for a state school which is common. in new york, same thing. only obligated to pay for a state school education. went to an expensive school and now the judge is saying, tough, parents, you have to pay more because of your daughter's choice that you had nothing to do with. come on. >> that's not the law in the state of new jersey. it has -- you don't have to be -- >> yes, it is. >> that's not the law. >> that was the law that the judge -- >> that occurred after the newberg case which basically says that parents have to pay for any university apart thereof. >> the other side of the story there's another side of the story, why is she not living with them some why was she kicked out?
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why didn't she have communication with them? does that matter to the judge at all? >> it should have. >> it's a factor. the bottom line is, she's living with the grandparents right now and the parents don't want to pay for anything and under the law, the children have to be part of this whole divorce. they're part of it. >> bottom line -- >> what's in the best it interest of the child. >> when you're getting divorced you do not want to be in a position where a judge is making your parenting decisions for you. inevitably it's not going to work in your benefit and this is one case in point. >> it happens every day, change the law. >> you don't have to do that. parents get along when getting divorce. fight over the lawn mower. don't find out how you're going to parent. >> in a perfect world. >> i'm keeping my up lawn mower. >> great to see you this morning. go to our facebook page and weigh in on ff weekend what do you think about it? coming up on the show, remember waking up to days like this? >> no! >> good old snow days.
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i love that. redding, pennsylvania, no school. fantastic. well not so fast, kids. the new move to put them to work no matter how much snow is on the ground. kids get to work. and then come packing heat and save money. the restaurant owner serving up a discount to people carrying guns. that's next. ♪ i have a roof over my head and the woman i love laying in my bed and it's all right ♪ ♪ all right ♪ i got shoes under
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we told you about restaurants like chi poelt lay and starbucks that discourage customers from bringing guns. >> but if you bring a firearm to a restaurant in louisiana, you get a 10% discount.
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its owner, kevin cox, joins us live. thanks for coming on. >> thank you vuch. >> god, guns, and gumbo. what is there not to like in that combination? how did this start, this promotion? >> it's pretty traditional in the restaurant business to give police officers discounts. you want them there. it makes the restaurant safer while they're there. and that's pretty common. i got to think, as my cousin michael would come in with his psi arm or other good customers would come in with their guns, i felt just as safe with them being there, that while they were there, nothing bad would happen to me. >> has it been a success? >> it's been huge. our sales are up 25%. i've added a completely new staff. we've opened at night for the first time ever and it's going very well. i'm getting love and support from around the world. >> i bet you haven't had a lot of crime in your restaurant since you started this promotion. >> i have no crime. none at all. >> has there been complaints about it at all from anyone? >> not at all. people are going out of their
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way to come by and see me and tell me to stay the course, to not let people discourage me from doing what i'm doing. but i haven't had very much bad press at all. >> so, kevin, what's the message here? do other businesses you think make themselves a target by not doing something like this? >> oh, absolutely. are you going to go -- criminals are criminals because they don't follow the rules. to put a sign up that says please don't bring your gun in means they're likely to be more successful with whatever bad things you're doing. you're not going to come in and ask me for money. >> good point. >> you know people in other parts of the country, maybe here in new york city, for example, look at you and say i just can't imagine a restaurant where guns are allowed. what do you say to them? >> guns have been in my restaurant for 11 years. this is nothing new. i didn't create this. the laws of louisiana are what they are. i don't serve alcohol. you don't have a massacre unless
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somebody's armed for the bad people. >> you're able to do whatever you want in your restaurant because you're the owner so you make the rule, not the government telling you what you can conditioned can't do. >> that's true. >> because we have seen in other -- i remember there was a lady in north carolina who was offering 10% off if you prayed and there was so much backlash that it forced her to change her rules. remember that story? >> i do. and i don't want to say the backlash from that either. >> does everyone take the discount? >> you know, most of them don't. it's not about the money. you're standing up for the second amendment. we appreciate you saying we're all safer if we're all armed and use the money for charities or other things. >> you said mostly police officers. who are some of the other customers carrying guns in your restaurant? >> these are men and women that are just customers. half of them are concealed. half of them are not. louisiana, if you're over 18 and don't have a penalty, you can wear them without a permit if it's exposed, on your hip.
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you have to pass the background and fbi test to do a conceal, but half of them are concealed, half aren't. >> that sounds like an adidylli place. how's the food? >> we think it's very good. the discount may bring you in but the food brings you back. >> is the gumbo pretty good? >> my mother makes it. >> god, gumbo, and guns. thanks, kevin. keep it up. >> he calls you stupid repeatedly. another video out starring this man, jonathan gruber, the man behind the hoax that is obamacare. it might be even worse. we've got a response from the rnc next hour. then moms and dads polled the praise. you're giving your kids big heads? is no praise at all the best way to raise your child? our parenting panel is here to respond. so i can reach ally bank 24/7, but there are no branches?
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grng. saturday, november 15th. we're having a lot of fun here. it cannot get any worse than this. right? >> basically, you know, the stupidity of the american voter or whatever, but basically that was really critical to getting this thing to pass. >> well, it did get worse. another day, another tape. you're never going to believe what the obama architect -- obamacare architect is now saying this time. and a war veteran member of congress can't get back to washington in time because she's pregnant. nancy pelosi says too bad for you. you don't get to vote. huh. who's waging the war on women this morning? and remember waking up to
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days like this as a kid? >> no! >> well, not so fast, kids. new move the put them to work no matter how much snow is on the ground. come on. is nothing sacred? "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. ♪ we're having a party ♪ dancing to the music playing on the radio ♪ well, it's christmas. winter wonderland on the plaza thanks to our pals at bass pro shops. they have set up really an oasis of awesomeness in the middle of
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midtown manhattan. grab your kids because here right now on our plaza. right here on "fox & friends." and thank you all for waking up with us on this saturday morning and watching "fox & friends." and thank you for filling in. >> yes. >> always great to see you, ainsley. >> you're sweet, but no one's ever said i don't want to see santa. how exciting is that that he's here? >> all the people behind us waving. yes? >> hey, guys. >> on the phone talking to mom at home. are we on coamera because we're trying to wave. ? >> yes, you are. >> just when you thought it couldn't get any worse for jonathan gruber, the man who called all of you stupid, you thought there can't be any more video out there, right? we've seen four pieces. not so fast because a new piece
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of videotape has emerged this morning, a fifth piece. this time he is sitting at a house health care committee meeting, and one of the folks on the panel decides to read him a letter from a concerned member of his constituency. and then jonathan gruber responds. we put the text up on the screen so you need to read along at home. but it is good. trust me. watch this.
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>> he's so funny when the public has concerns about what the government does, oh, they're so stupid. increased prices bashgs looning costs of the premium, device costs, shabby facilities on and on and on. >> restricting wages. and all of that did come true so, those constituents had a valid reason to be concerned. >> yes, they did. just in case you've been in a cave all week, let's go back and take a look at some of john eithan gruber's greatest hits. these all took place in what he probably assumed were private forums, talking about how obamacare got through the congress. it's totally revealing. pay special attention. watch. >> place basically, you know, call it the stupidity of the american voter or whatever, but basically, that was really critical to getting it to pass. the dirty secret in massachusetts is the feds pay for your bill. okay? in massachusetts, we had a powerful senator named ted kennedy. he's basically figured out a way to sort of rib off the fed for about $400 million a year.
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people say, no, you can't tax my benefits. so what we did in that room was think about how could we make this work. and obama's, like, well, you know, i mean, he's a realistic guy, he said i can't just do this. it won't happen politically. it won't pass. how do we manage to get there through phases and other things? then came the catalyst tax. barack obama is not a stupid man. okay? he knew when he was running for president that quite frankly the american public doesn't actually care that much about the uninsured. what the american public cares about is costs. >> so pretend they'll be lower than they will be. he's so smart. obviously he's a genius, a big brain as we say in d.c. jonathan gruber is so much smarter than you that you can barely comprehend what he says. that's kind of the assumption. >> hard for me to follow him. >> we had michael graham on the show who had such a good point about our brilliant genius running our health care system. watch this. >> what bugs me is being called
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stupid by this guy. this guy. this guy, he was wrong about the costs of obamacare. he was wrong about it adding to the deficit, wrong about you keeping your doctor, wrong about you keeping your plan. i'll be called stupid by sherlock holmes or dr. gregory house, b i'm not going to be called a moron by the moe, larry, and curly of obamacare. the average person is working. they don't have time to do research and find out the actual costs of obamacare. they rely on the media and the media has let the american people down. >> earlier tucker sid if you've been living in a cave and you didn't realize what jonathan gruber has said from these stupd di comments or if you were watching other networks you may not have had any information about it at all. >> i always assume our viewers are pretty loyal to the network, i think most are, but if you just tuned in to fox and you are noticing we're the only ones supporting this, it's a great story. >> what makes me mad. he's hired by the american people. we pay his salary, paid him
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almost $400,000 to be the architect of obamacare. we're paying his salary yet he's calling his bosses essentially stupid. >> some really great bureaucrats out there, but this attitude seeps into people working for the government. >> and people not trusting the government. >> completely. not trusting the voters. >> and he's teaching -- what kind of messages -- he's teaching you if you lie about what you're doing to pass something, then they'll buy it. so we're going to be dishonest? that's the message. >> as we found out the hard way, it's not so simple to unwind it. almost nothing gets repealed. personally, i hope obamacare is repealed. very hard, though. they knew that going in. if we could get it past, doesn't matter if it's not that partisan, if it's a margin of one vote, once it's lost, that's it. >> here's how the mainstream covered this. pretty startling. look at that. hey, way to go, cbs, 3:45.
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abc, zero, nightly news with brian williams, zero. and the morning newscasts, how did "good morning america" cover things? zero. too busy, you know, doing stories about kim kardashian i guess. zero on the "today" show. 1:30 on cbs this morning. >> so ten years from now when none of this exists in its current form, which i think will happen, people will say what ever happened? that's one of the reasons. they were arrogant and decided not to cover the news because they didn't like it, and that's not valid. >> we asked you this morning the question on our facebook page, was obamacare a hoax? larry says i hope congress will hold hearings on this. >> and dallas on facebook writes, "everyone knew it to start with, but these videos now prove it beyond a doubt." >> russell whirite, "private
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corporation, the justice department would be all over it." smart point. if apple had done this or general motors, holy smokes, there would be u.s. marshals on the scene. >> absolutely. take apple in front of congress to ask them about their fingerprint scanner on the iphone. >> go to our facebook page this weekend. fsweekend. now we have some headlines. >> do you think it's a hoax? give us your opinion? we'll start with a "fox news alert." while you were sleeping, america's highest ranking general touching down in baghdad. martin dempsey making an unannounced visit to meet with u.s. commanders as they prepare to expand the fight against isis. dempsey saying he wants to make sure those doing the heavy lifting have the right resources. brand-new information about a man who shot and killed a soldier and terrorized parliament. it turns out he'd toured the building just weeks before doing that. officials saying the gunman got the video taking a tour of parliament nearly three weeks before the shooting rampage.
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is a hillary clinton white house run on the horizon? terry mcauliffe says we'll know in two months. the reported secretary of state reportedly going to decide within 60 days but won't go in for an early bid. mccauley has helped with president clinton's 1996 re-election campaign. what does it take to rat it will nerves of a navy s.e.a.l.? you would think a top-secret mission, right? to kill especially the most wanted terrorist in the world? you'd think that would do the trick, but think again. the s.e.a.l. who pulled the trigger on bin laden says a therapist recommended he should hit the links to help with his ptsd. but that turned out to be a bad idea. joking around with golf was, quote, more stressful than combat, he said. >> that is true. and i fumbled it earlier, but mark twain famously said golf is a good walk spoiled. four hours. you can get frustrated and if you're frustrated for four hours and you're terrible at it, it could have just been a nice
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walk. >> where is rick? >> i'm outside, guys, because we have our poor viewers who have been standing outside this tent we have. we wanted to get them on camera. it's your birthday. >> it is. thank you. >> is it today? >> actually it's tuesday. >> you are here visiting from where? >> from georgia. >> from georgia. and it's also your birthday. >> yes. >> visiting from where? >> chicago. >> tuesday both of you. >> thursday. i'm sorry. >> you're both 40? >> yes. 40 years old. >> and you're such a family, you walked down here by yourself, left your friends who were in a hotel asleep sfp. >> i did. every morning, every night i'm watching fox. so i left my friends, came down here. >> now they have lunch plans. all right. thank you for coming in the cold weather. take a look at the weather maps. this thing right here i put on twitter earlier what this is called. called an omega block and that's because it looks like the greek letter omega. that's what's been making all of this cold weather stick around the eastern part of the country all the way through most of next
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week it will stick around and maybe my friday that breaks down and will bring some warmer air in across the lower 48. here are your temps for the next few days. tomorrow, amarillo, back below freeze, 25. you warm up by tuesday, but tuesday is when we start to see the coldest air move the across the great lakes and in towards the northeast. still cold. you're from chicago. >> cold and windy. >> very cold and windy. it will stay that way. >> i know. >> all right, guys. thanks for coming. >> thanks for having us. "fox & friends" rocks! >> he called you really stupid, then again and again, and now there's yet another video starring this man, the man behind the obamacare hoax. and it might be even worse than the others. we've got a response from the rnc next. then, what holiday? kmart opening 6:00 a.m. on thanksgiving and staying open for 42 hours. one daughter is fired up her mom has to go to work and she's doing something about it. good for her.
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you include the states. but that's not all the cash he got from stupid american taxpayers. joining us now to weigh in, deputy communications director at the rnc, thanks for coming on this morning. >> thanks for having me, tucker. >> if this guy's such a total genius, his brain is so big, mortals can't even comprehend the size, he's truly a genius, how come he was wrong about everything on obamacare and it didn't go the way he said it was? >> exactly. the only thing stupid around here is taxpayers had to shell out $400,000 for this guy. >> so how did that happen? and are there -- i mean, he seems -- he's a very partisan character. he's certainly on the left, the hard left. so how is it that we ended up paying him all this money and we didn't even know we were paying him all this money? how does that work? >> exactly. this is what we've seen with big-government liberals again and again. they know what's best and we should let them do whatever we want. don't worry about the consequences, and they don't
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need to explain themselves. >> so he did have one insight that unfortunately does seem to be rooted in political truth, and that is that once you get a massive piece of legislation through the congress when the president signs it, it becomes law, it's pretty hard to undo. even fit's passed under false pretenses, it doesn't work, it's a disaster, you're kind of stuck with it, no? >> i think voters have a different opinion on that which we saw tuesday. democrats try weekly to make the case for obamacare. we ran very hard, saying that this law has failed and you see the results of that. so i think that this republican congress will have a lot to say on what to do about obamacare. >> so what do you think finally of the claim you're hearing this from a lot of democrats on the hill, that gruber wasn't really central to the obamacare effort, he wasn't the architect. by the way, what's his name again? gruber? what do you think of that? is that [ applause ]able? >> we spent the entire election season watching democrats try to run from obamacare, but i think
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they're outdoing themselves. they're running even faster from this guy. >> understandably. thanks for coming on this morning. we appreciate it. >> thanks for having me. well, she is a double amputee, a war veteran, and a member of congress, and she can't get back to washington right now because she's pregnant. but nancy pelosi says that's too bad. you can't vote. i'm not going to make an exception just because you're pregnant. who's waging a war on women these days? more details coming up. and remember waking up to days like this? >> snow! >> well, that was then, this is now monopo now. many schools getting rid of snow days. kids have to work no matter how much snow is on the ground. is that a good idea? our parent panel is next.
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some quick headlines for you. a massive tree comes crashing down right on top of a teenager. wow. amazingly she walked away alive. she did have to get stitches, however. ice from a recent storm blamed for the tree snapping. a million-dollar disaster in dallas. overnight a 6,000 square foot house a total loss this morning after going up in flames during a party. two firefighters were hurt, but they're expected to be okay. it's believed to have been started by an outdoor fireplace. clayton? >> thanks so much, ainsley. you praise your kids when they do something good. a new study just revealed that
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too much praise can actually lead to false superiority and big egos. how much praise is too much and what's the right way to show your asflooul joining us is our parenting panel. the author, saw him earlier on the show, "you have to bleeping eat," some dirty words there. host of "the moms," cindy albert, and parenting expert erica katz. good too see you all. this new study comes out that shows it's called self-enhancement, overinflating kids' egos by giving them too much praise. they're not likely to want to take on other academic projects because they feel they're too good for it now. how much praise is too much? >> i think it depends on the kid. i have two so, you see the differences with your child. i have one who needs a lot of praise and one who doesn't need it as much. i think it really depends on the child. i think you're also born a certain way and this article talks a lot about being humble. i think that it's hard to teach
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kids to be humble. i think that it's sort of like in you. >> is it in you from birth? >> i don't know fit's in you, but i think what's important is it's fine to praise kids for who they are. praising kids for what they do is a little more problematic. if you praise him for getting an a on the test, that's great at the moment but that kid also knows if he brings home a c the praise disappears. i think it's more important to praise kids' sense of who they are as opposed to what they've capable of doing. >> and other research telling kids you're so smart. what it does is sets them up for failure, doesn't it? because then they're not likely to take risks later in life. they don't want to appear unsmart at some point in life. >> it's important to tell your children you're really great at something when they are great at something, but if they're not doing as well, you should tell them too. if my child comes home with a 70 on a test, i'm not going to be, like, wow, you're so smart. i'm going to say you're great in
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school but sometimes you need to study a little bit harder and in this case you probably just didn't study enough. so you don't want to tear them down, but you also have to say, look, you need a little improvement here. >> a 70 on a test for some kids would be awesome. >> maybe some kids don't test well. >> right. >> absolutely. i think each child is different. i think a 70, like, a's don't matter in life, sorry, like my kid -- it doesn't matter. they're going to be good at certain things and they're not going to be good at certain things. it's how they try and find something they are good at ap. >> but if you know they got a 70 because they didn't study enough then you have to come down on them about it because it's not okay to be lazy about it or because you want to play basketball all day. it's one thing if it's learning issues, but you have to talk -- >> they might become a basketball player and not need that 70. >> to be specific, the study said kids who were praised in
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comparison to other kids developed animosity toward those kids and vice versa. all the study is saying is don't praise your kids in comparison to other kid. it was also done in germany. we realize the studies are culturally specific so, that's germany. >> in minneapolis, one thing i looked forward to every winter was snow days. i couldn't wait. i'd hear the radio. you'd listen to 102.5 in reading, pennsylvania, and listen to see if your school would be called on a the radio so you would have the one snow day to get outside and shovel. school in minneapolis, st. cloud cathedral high school is getting attention because despite a heavy snow day earlier this week they decide to cancel the snow days. you have to stay home and be virtual on your computer and log in to class. is this the right way to go? >> awesome. 100%. i wish my kids' school would do that once a week and my kids could stay home. there are so many kids today
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with so many issue ls and adhd and a.d.d., i wonder if having one day to work at home in a different environment would be helpful. >> are we coddling them? >> this is minnesota, so presumably there's lots of snow days. i think virtual classes are fine, it works on a university level, probably works for high school, but i have a policy that's going to solve this. first snow day is free. you go outside, snowball fights, hot chocolate, sledding. after that, second, third snow day, class. >> are you on board with that, erica? >> i that idea. i also think virtual days are good and you can even plan on some movies. my son just learned about the civil war so i had him watch "gone with the wind." why not take those snow days and ghism an assignment like watching a movie that's appropriate and -- >> that's my kind of teacher right there. >> but you know what, he got a 97 on that test. because it brought it to life. >> i had to watch "the avengers again" for school, mom. great to see all of you.
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my favorite story of the morning. >> this is your shout of the morning. we all know the famous line from "dazed and confused." >> all right, all right, all right. how you doing? >> i love that movie. >> now you can meet einstein, the parrot. this could be the best matthew mcconaughey impression ever. >> all right, all right, all right. all right, all right. all right, all right. >> his owner says she started mimicking mcconaughey after watching him accept the oscar for "dallas buyers club." like matthew mcconaughey, almost never wears a shirt. >> the parrot's so chill. that's what i like about matthew. so laid back. water off a duck's back. a parrot's back. >> we all love him after he accepted that award. it was an oscar, right, for
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"dallas buyers club," and accepted the award and he thanked god, which you neve hear in hollywood anymore. it was so refreshing. >> i missed that somehow. i guess that was the one hollywood award show i missed. >> and you watch them all. >> i know. >> people's choice. >> what is that? >> the people have spoken, tucker. >> that doesn't surprise me, tucker. all right. she's an iraq war veteran who lost both of her legs fighting for our country. illinois congresswoman tammy duckworth doesn't even get to vote for the democratic leadership because she's pregnant, her doctor told her it's unsafe for her to fly to washington. she's due in december. but nancy pelosi denying a proxy vote saying proxy voting is against caucus rules and would set a bad precedent. duckworth remaining positive, saying she respects the process. they thought it was the real deal. parents furious after a florida middle school holds an active shooter drill without letting
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them know before handle. panicked students frantically texting their parents after the school went into lockdown and officers wearing bulletproof vests and toting guns are running in. >> we actually thought someone was going to come in here and kill us. >> i'm panicking because i'm thinking it's a legitimate shooter is coming. >> police say the drills are always held without advanced warning because that's the only way they can evaluate a school's response. is texting actually bad for your health? a new study says yes. human beings are meant to stand upright and spend half of the day looking down at your phone and they say that's harmful to your back. the study says tilting your head down to text can put 60 pounds of pressure on your spine as opposed to only 10 pounds when looking straight ahead. dr. ken hasra says this bad smartphone posture leads to early wear and tear on your spine. put down that phone, tucker. this delaware woman taking
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aim at k mafrt for make her mom work at thanksgiving. julia fisher launching this online petition asking the store to shorten the holiday hours. fisher says she just wants kmart to respect its employees' family time, but the store has no plans of changing their hours. kmart opens at 6:00 a.m. on thanksgiving and stays open for 42 hours straight. those are your headlines. >> i'm on her side. i'm as pro capitalism as anybody but there's something kind of gross about that. >> you were saying when you were a kid your dad says it's greedy doing something like this. >> celebrate thanksgiving, that's my view. rick, where are you? >> you know what else happens when you text too much, at least when you're in your 40s? you get a really bad double chin. this is a really bad double chin. that's the other drawback. take a look at the weather map, show you what's going on. here is a look at the forecast, the color on the map, the pink air, that's the coldest air, the white is the snow.
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watch what happens through the day today. snow develops in nebraska and south dakota, overnight into parts of texas. look at those windchill values. it is another brutally cold night across the plains. today in the northeast, a cool day but not that windy so it's not that bad. down to the southeast, a cool, dry day. all our trouble is really across the central plains today but the cold temps and the snow out across the northwest, it remains very cold. across the southwest, some sunshine. >> so cold out and you should want to warm up. delicious pumpkin recipes. >> exactly. earlier we showed you how to make savory pumpkin treats for holidays. now time to indulge your sweet tooth. >> chef troy, a plainful twist on the art of southern cooking. great to see you. >> thank you. >> troy, you've been here the last couple hours answering questions on facebook. what was one of the most important questions you got on facebook? >> there was a lot of pie pumpkin left from decorations
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and stuff. i said roast it, put it in containers and freeze it. you can use it all year long. >> how do you roast it? >> about 350 degrees in the oven. you want to cut it in half, scoop the seeds over and turn it upside down so it can steam. you can do it on the grill too. just make sure it's still steaming. >> do it before the squirrels start eating it. >> if it's rotten, don't do it. >> we're going to be making some pumpkin cannoli cream? >> we've got ricotta simple as that. we'll have some powdered sugar, then the pumpkin obviously. and this is super simple for the holidays. anybody can make this. you don't need the shells to make -- >> whip this up? >> yeah, kind of mash it in there all together. >> okay. >> that's the filling. so basically on top, instead of piping it into the shell, we're going to top wit some cinnamon apples. the secret with apples when you're cooking them, a touch of poulderred ginger, lots of butter, obviously, and roasted
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pecans. you don't miss the crunch from not having the show. get that all whipped up. >> this looks like a thanksgiving dessert. >> question we're going to garnish wit this carmel. >> look how well i did. >> now, this carmel is bourbon carmel because i don't think during the holidays i don't think you can have enough bourbon anywhere. >> my grandfather's rule. >> i like your grandpa. we're going to take a little bit of this cannoli cream. we're going to put the filling inside of this. you want this not super hot because you want to melt the cheese but you want it nice and warm. >> making it really pretty. >> if you have a date night or holiday gifts, you could do a huge platter of this. take a little more bourbon. >> of course. >> and, you know, put it across like that. two more pecans like that. check this out. it doesn't get any better than that. >> that is beautiful. >> holiday right on the plate right there. we should mention all the recipes on our website.
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go to "fox & friends" dotcom. find all of them there. and a tiramisu recipe as well. >> little bit of spicy chocolate. dig in. >> thank you. you made it. you don't get to eat it. chefs eat last. great stuff. >> very nice. >> let's go inside. can you guys take over, please? >> we can't understand you now p with food in your mouth. looks so good. >> coming up, they are here illegally and now you're paying for their health care. of course you are. we have the numbers and they're shocking. >> and first they couldn't pray in class and now they can't pray at recess. one school's controversial plan to run religion off campus. first we check in with neil cavuto for a look at what's coming up on "the cost of freedom" business block. neil? >> hey, guys. good morning. an immigration showdown that's
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kerry kupack. thanks for being with us. >> thanks for having me on. >> tell me what's going on. why is this a problem? >> well, it's really a sad day in our education system when schools cease to be the marketplace of ideas. they're supposed to be. instead of encouraging students to have conversations and exchange ideas, school officials sensor them and shut them down nap's exactly what's going on here with chase windbank. he's a senior in high school and since he was a freshman he's been getting together with his fellow classmates during free time in a period called seminar and they pray sometimes, they talk about the issues that matter to them from a religious perspective and they've been doing this with no problem for three years. other students are allowed to do go outside during this time, go hang out and talk, go in empty classrooms, text, go on their phones and play games but this september the assistant principal called chase in and said he could no longer what do what he was doing. >> why? why would the principal do that?
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what's the reason? >> it's really hard to say. the school says separation of church and state. but there's a big problem with that. for starters that's not even found in the constitution, but what is found in the constitution is the first amendment which expressly protects the exact kind of conversation that chase and his classmates are having. it expressly protects the activities that they're engaging in right now. this is a problem. >> it's voluntary, during their free time. let me read the statement from the school. they say time counted as academic time toward the minimum hours of instruction that schools are required to provide by state law and therefore must be used for academic purposes. what's your reaction to that? >> well, the school is forgetting that in the handbook for the school district they define seminar quite differently. in that definition, it says that this time period, this free part of this period, can be used for students to build community with each other, to build communication with each other, and like i said, what this
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period, this free time has been historically used for is exactly that. students can get a snack, go to the restroom, they can talk about really anything they want to talk about. but because chase and his classmates are talking a ing ab god, the school is censoring them and shutting them down, clearly unconstitutional. >> many people would argue and say that is academic, learning the bible, learning about religion is an academic subject. so if they're going to ban people from talking about god, should they ban kids from talking about pop culture, from talking about kim kardashian or any other actor? >> right. exactly. and you would think that educators -- and i would think parents would be thrilled that these students are initiating this kind of conversation. this is completely self-initiated. these students are showing leadership. they're getting together. they're fleshing out the ideas that matter most to them. they're taking what they learn in the classroom and figuring out for themselves what matters most. so for the school to shut them down and sensor them the way they're doing is not just
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unconstitutional but really undermines the entire purpose for education. >> kerri kupac, thank you very much. >> thanks for having me. >> you're welcome. they are here illegally, and now you are paying for their health care. the shocking numbers just exposed coming up next. plus we're stepping inside santa's wonder land. how you and your family can enjoy some free fun this christmas season. so ally bank really has no hidden fees on savings accounts? that's right. it's just that i'm worried about you know "hidden things..." ok, why's that? no hidden fees, from the bank where no branches equals great rates.
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numbers. first at 40% growth, that's how many more illegals have signed up for medicaid since 2011. a low advocacy number group is saying it's costing taxpayers nearly $5 billion each year. next, $1.16 per pound is how much your thanksgiving turkey will cost you this year. that's a record high for wholesale prices. so the 20-pound bird will now cost you $23. finally, $90,000 after the first opening bid on the first officially licensed bat mobile. this 1956 oldsmobile was to look like the original comet. and at christmas there's a lot of gift-giving that occurs and it's nice to enjoy some free fun. and we have it. >> we are here at bass pro shop. >> how are you? >> tell us what is going on at
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the pro shop. today is the big day, right? >> yes, it opens in santa's wonderland. this is a small portion of what we have in every store. you go get a free sitting on santa's lap. have your kid's wish list, and you get a free photo. it's a great time. >> we have lincoln logs. >> who doesn't remember playing with lincoln logs as a kid? it's a vintage toy. me and my son play all the time. i have kids running around here. and the train set. i mean, we have been playing with this all morning, me and my son. it's an awesome train set, the lincoln train set. the thing blows smoke and has whistles and horns. it's a lot of fun. >> okay. we'll walk over the fence here, this is an incredible -- are you going to drive this thing? are you any good? >> can you go?
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>> that's a little quad four-runner, $99, a lot of fun for little kids. >> clayton, you remember this. >> oh, yeah, yeah. i'm up for a challenge. can i shoot some duck? >> this is your bow and arrow. >> it is all games that we have at bass pro. when i take my son, we spend hours playing all the different games. >> what am i doing wrong? >> put that in between the two. >> you got it. >> there we go. >> oh! nice. right there and right there, pull that back -- >> tucker is not a hunter. >> oh! almost. almost. >> i did this last year. come on. there's nothing i enjoy more. >> you can get all this stuff at bass pro shop. when is the big winter
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wonderland kickoff? >> the lighting ceremony is tonight at 5:00. then it will open. it's all through december 24th. it's just one of those things that doesn't cost you money, everything is free. free photo with santa. a lot of fun there. >> great stuff for the entire family. >> all right. we'll have more with you guys coming up after the show. >> we'll be right back. ells♪
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♪ welcome back to "fox and friends." if you live in america, you could be considered stupid by jonathan gruber. we have compiled five pieces of its video that have made it into the public this week. your comments are pouring in. take a listen. >> basically, the stupidity of the american voter, whatever, but basically that was really, really critical to get anything to pass. the dirty secret in massachusetts is the feds pay for our bill, okay? in massachusetts, we had a very powerful senator named ted kennedy. ted kennedy sort of figured out a way to rip off the feds for more than $400 million a year. people say, you can't tax my benefits.
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so what we did in that room is talk about, how can we make this work? obama was like, look, i can't just do this. the bill will not pass. how do we manage to get there through things and other things, that also became the cadillac tax. barack obama is not a stupid man, okay? he knew when he was running for president that quite frankly the american public doesn't actually care that much about the uninsured. what the american public cares about is cost. >> so it's, a, a fraud, b, a hoax. >> we have comments here, facebook writes here with rose, this is a slap in the face to the american people. fraud, deceit, lies. >> phyllis says, we're not stupid. we resisted it. that's why they had to lie. go to facebook and continue to give us your thoughts on this man, jonathan gruber.
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>> we'll be back at 6:00 in the morning with chris wallace on how to winterize and your car. >> stay tuned and get up early. enjoying a break at the pump? what if i told you something could bring those prices even low her? the keystone pipeline. the house just giving it a green light. the senate voting on tuesday, yet the white house more than hinting it could put on the brakes with a veto. so why not give fuel to something that could create more jobs and lower gas prices by saying yes instead? hi, everyone. i'm brenda butner. this is "bulls & bears." here they are for the week, welcome, everybody. during the why veto lower gas prices and more jobs. >> i don't know, brenda.

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