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rld, it is probably this. it is better to hope. life is short. go long. thank you very much for watching. i'm neil cavuto. the to riley factor is on tonight. it's a special waters world edition of "the factor." how much do americans really know about this country? >> who did america fight in the revolutionary war? >> the french. >> who did harry truman bomb, do you remember that? [ bleep ]. >> i'm going to say russia. >> what do they know about our founding fathers? >> christopher columbus. >> do you know what christopher columbus did? >> he discovered something, i don't know. and columbus day. just ask the watters' folks about it. >> he came over on the
mayflower, maybe. >> caution, you're about to enter the no-spin zone. "the factor" begins right now./ i'm bill o'reilly. in the next hour we test the knowledge of the history of the americans in this country. we begin it all in boston massachusetts. >> pinhead or patriot. >> ni iphead. >> he's the president. piphead. >> all that changed. >> you don't like the president? >> no the guy is weak. >> he's one of the best presidents we have had since jimmyt. carter and bill clinton.
>> yes that is mitt romney. why did he run for the presidency? i do not know. >> i love scotch. i love scotch. >> so pinhead or patriot. >> you look like you can filibuster for about ten straight hours. >> that's never happened to me before. i must be tired. >> i think he's a patriot. he's standing up for what he believes in. >> not related to tom cruise. >> not related to tom cruise. >> okay. >> i like what the tea party stands for so i'm going patriot. >> is that ted cruz? he's looking chubbier. >> i'm a big fan of eating white castle burgers. who is this? who do you think it is? >> i don't know. i'm not sure. >> who do you think? >> watch your step. >> i need a couple good stiff drinks how about you? >> pinhead or patriot. >> i respect him. >> who is this? >> i have no idea. >> i'm from california so -- >> i'm sorry to hear that.
pinhead. >> you'll get no argument from me on that. >> patriot. >> patriot. >> yeah. >> who is he? >> i don't know who that is. >> you have never seen her before? >> that's a hard one. >> she's the house minority leader. word. >> any politician should have to read a bill before they vote on it. it's time for her to go. >> get out of here. >> patriot. she's just so strong and would probably come hunt me. >> you can act like a man. what's the matter with you? >> i'm pretty short of that. >> you're pretty tall. >> wait, what do you mean? >> pinhead. one, she's a republican. >> she's actually a democrat. >> is she? >> are you serious, clark? >> pip headnhead or patriot? >> i like him. >> would you like to have a beer
with him? >> yeah, i would like to have a beer with joe biden. >> he's the number two. >> the number two? >> what exactly do you do number two? >> you don't know who the vice president of the united states is? >> no, uh but i know the president. >> oh, pinhead. >> why do you say that? >> because you just never know what is coming out of his mouth. >> he looks like a pinhead. sorry, mate. >> why does everything i do sound like a leprechaun. >> i like his smile. >> you like his chompers? >> yeah perfect. >> his heart is always in the right place. that's what a patriot should be. >> that's and old picture because he's gaped some weight. >> i have a big dr. pepper for me. >> who do you think it is if he's not the vice president? >> he's probably the speaker of the state or something like that. >> oh, you're such a genius. >> pinhead or patriot? >> half and half. >> one goes one way and the
other goes the other way. >> half and half? >> i don't know how much support he has within the party. >> you're going with patriot? >> i'm going with patriot. is he on your network? >> no. >> is he treasurer or something? look at his eyes. >> would be evil, couldn't he? >> look deep into his eyes. >> our microphone is cutting out on us. >> he looks like george clooney. >> ed nugent called and wants his shirt back. >> what about his eyes? baby blue. that's your dad? >> who is your daddy and what does he do? >> harry reid. >> harry reid. nailed it. pinhead or patriot. >> i don't know. i don't care. >> harry reid what do you think he does? >> reads. >> he reads. >> i like it. he has one tiny little comment. >> pinhead.
>> pinhead. why is this guy a pinhead? >> he is so ultimately a party line guy. >> he looked like a pinhead. >> harry. >> harry -- i don't know. truman. >> trueman? >> you've got to stop thinking about it. >> last one. >> there's our man bill o'reilly. i watch him every night. >> this is my favorite. pinhead or patriot. >> oh. what? >> what? >> you said what. >> patriot or pinhead. >> he's definitely a pinhead. look at him. that's a very seductive look. absolutely. >> oh patriot! >> ba-ba-da-ba! >> he's on the o'reilly show, i love him. next, jesse watters went out
>> franklin roosevelt. >> no. that's truman. mr. truman. >> truman. >> the buck stops here. >> not the bus, the buck. >> come on! cut it out. >> harry -- >> truman. >> harry truman. >> yes, that's what i just said i swear. >> who said the buck stops here? >> i don't know. >> huh? >> i don't know. >> the buck stops here. who said that? >> truman. >> the president. >> oh, my god. i feel stupid. >> well, this certainly comes as a shock to me. >> who did harry truman bomb do you remember that? >> no. >> japan. speak softly and carry a big -- >> that's really tempting but i don't want to be around here much longer. >> speak softly and carry a big -- >> frame. >> speak softly and carry a big -- >> stick.
>> excellent. who said that? >> roosevelt. >> which one? >> teddy. >> very good. >> that's exactly who i mean. >> carry a big stick. oh [ bleep ]. >> put a quarter in the square jar. >> i don't remember. >> teddy roosevelt. >> what are you so mad about? >> there's nothing to fear but -- >> fear itself. >> who said that? >> i just did. >> the pope. >> fdr. >> very good. a house divided against itself cannot stand. >> uh -- >> lincoln. >> lincoln? i don't know. >> you got it. >> i have not heard that one. >> no, rub it in. >> who did lincoln free? >> oh, the slaves. >> you sure? >> not sure. >> oh, man.
>> ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country. >> thank you anyway. >> i think i hear my mother calling me. >> ask not what your country can do for you but -- >> what you can do for your country. >> very good. >> what you can do for your country. >> who said that? >> john f. kennedy. >> excellent job. >> kennedy? >> you got it! >> ask not what your country can do for you but -- >> what your country can do for you. >> no, that's what i said. >> ask not what your country can do for you but -- >> what you can do for your country? i didn't come up with that one. >> who said that? >> bill clinton. >> no, jfk. >> you know something, he's right. >> you're watching "the o'reilly factor" on fox news show.
he was really funny. >> he's the only one not nervous about what i'm going to say. >> you're watching "the o'reilly factor." >> yeah, not a fan. >> my husband is addicted to it. >> i did read one of his books to have an open mind though. >> that's nice. >> what do you think you're doing? >> the spin stops here. >> that's right. >> so how many people would you say you queried out there? >> a dozen, maybe a bit more. >> and in you had to give them a collective grade, what would it be? >> i would give a c-minus. i think everyone knows the jfk quote, but it was very difficult. we didn't scrape the bottom of the barrel two. of the people who bombed the jfk quote, one want to ford ham and nyu, which are great schools. >> before you shoved the mike in their face you ask about them? >> well when he bombed i said where do you go to school? he said, nyu. i said oh, boy how much does
that cost? >> it must be in the arts. but you did talk to them a little bit before you start the interview. >> a little bit. >> because you're looking for morons. >> it is not that hard in penn station if you have been to penn station. >> but you're trying to get a cross-section, right? >> one of the women had a fur coat and that cost a lot of money. and some people were homeless, so we get a wide variety. >> you department have any homeless people there, did you? >> one of the people were hanging out. the one with the dark hood, she was just hanging out at penn station. >> maybe she was undercover. she's a new york city detective. >> it was a stake. >> you generalize watters. jesse watters, everybody. >> what year did columbus discover america? >> i don't know. 19 -- 40? >> correct. we'll have more after these messages. patented sonic technology with up to 27% more brush movements. get healthier gums in two weeks.
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columbus day and many americans are off school and work. not me. and not watters. we sent him to sleepy hollow new york. with the headless horseman that once terrorized ichaban crane. we asked him to ask americans about other autumn matters. >> are you a leaf peeper? >> no. >> i love the full season and i just love the crisp air. >> you're a map, aren't you? aren't you? >> christopher columbus do you know what columbus did? >> he discovered something, i don't know. >> conquered america i think? >> this is a joke right? >> what was christopher columbus famous for? >> for discovering america. >> why do you put discovering in
quotations? >> because there were already people living here. >> now christopher columbus, what country was he from? >> was he from england? >> france? >> england. >> maybe from britain. >> columbia. >> he was hispanic. >> please get me out of here. >> italian. >> italian? >> but the queen of spain sent him over. >> he came over on three ships. >> the mayflower. >> the mayflower. >> that was the pilgrims. >> the nina the pinta and the -- >> linta. >> la nina la pinta and la familia. >> i like that accent. >> it's french. >> what year did columbus discover america? >> was it in the '60s? >> columbus was a hippie.
>> 1592. >> 1242. >> 1882? >> 1800. not sure. >> i don't know. 19 -- 40? >> 1492 he sailed the ocean blue. >> oh i missed my ride. >> what? when does the next bus come? >> an hour from now. >> do you know what halloween celebrates? >> the day of death. >> i consider it a religious holiday. >> dead people. >> dead people. >> i see dead people. >> it's not like cinco demayo. >> are you going to dress up like thinking? >> i think i'm going to be you for halloween. >> what were you last year? >> i was a character from an obscure tv show. >> was the show on msnbc?
what did the skeleton have for dinner? >> i don't know, tell me. >> spare ribs. >> he is such a fool. >> so we're in a grave-yard right now. i'm a little nervous. >> you get nervous? >> yeah i might have to jump in your arms. >> maybe into his arms. >> i think you have a crush on my cameraman, don't you? >> oh what's happening? >> ichabad crane what is with this guy? >> he's the guy that fell asleep. or no, that's rip van winkle. >> where did that happen do you know? >> no. >> sleepy hollow. >> you're in sleepy hollow right now. >> it's so insane it kind of makes sense. >> and ichabad thinks he's safe when he goes over the bridge. he finds his ghoul with a head
in his head and hurls ichabad. >> and he's never seen here again. you better hold on to your head. >> watch the hair. do you ever watch "the o'reilly factor"? >> i do, that's why i know who you are. >> who is scarier, the headless horseman or bill o'reilly? >> we know it's bill o'reilly. i'm watters and you're in my world right here. >> is this a tv pick-up line, what is that? >> is it working? >> no, it's not. >> denied. >> watters is asking americans military questions on memorial day.
>> britain, right across there? that's great britain. >> really? what was george washington's job? >> who won the civil war? >> not the confederates. >> the northeasts or whatever. >> who is that? >> great britain. >> wasn't it the french? >> what was the civil war about? no idea? >> of course not. >> you should know, right? >> i know right?
>> do you remember what the civil war was about? >> civilization. >> the north? >> you sure? >> no it was the south. >> i believe the norths won civil war. >> abraham lincoln. what did he do? was he in the north or the south? >> he was in the south. >> he was in the north. >> he wasn't in the south? >> world war ii who did he fight there? >> i just learned this, too and you're putting me to the test. my teacher watching this will be really mad.;2sw >> the allies versus -- >> vietnam. >> china? >> the south? >> china. germany is -- >> who bombed us in pearl harbor? >> that's a tough question. >> was it china? >> i don't know. close. >> korea, right? >> not korea. >> russia? >> not russia. >> wow. >> was it the koreans? >> very, very good.
>> who won the cold war? >> i'm not the best historian here but -- >> you don't say. >> no one. >> can't we agree to disagree? >> because america and russia came out together after world war ii. we are kind of shaky friend/enemies. blame everything on the french. >> i'll say we won because our goal was to stop communism and the spread. >> who did we fight against? >> the ussr. >> the ussr? >> the usssr. >> who did we fight? >> no one was making advances. it was not actual fighting. >> which dictator did they topple in iraq? >> um -- what do you mean toppled? >> osama bin laden. >> osama bin laden. >> we killed everybody. >> you mean we bring them to justice. >> saddam hussein. >> you got him.
>> which president took him out? >> that would be -- that wouldn't be barack obama. >> obama. >> obama. >> no no. >> it was bush. >> it was george bush. >> which one? >> w. >> i feel stupid. this is terrible. >> you know, it was warm out there, it might have been the sun? >> yeah, the best was who won? russia because it was cold. and who did we play against? the south. >> now, people always say that you go out and spotlight the dumbest people you can find. >> no, come on. i went out and looked for girls who were attractive and looked for guys drinking. your average typical guys at the beach, right? >> they weren't intoxicated. >> no,'zj i got there at 11:00. so people hadn't been drinking that long. but people are normal/averagea[z college kids.
>> we don't hand out the right answers, right? >> bill, this could have been ten minutes long. we have much more where this came from. >> was anybody smart? >> one of the girls was four for five and she was -- >> the one in the green bathing suit. >> we dinged her a lot. then the girl with the thong she was one for five. the two brothers were 0 for 5, they were in trouble. >> next time ask them where they went to college or high school. >> some of them told me where they went to college. i don't want to name names right now. >> why not? >> should i? the university of maryland. a big contingent. >> it is brutal but this is -- it is random. you are just selecting them random. please, if you're dumb talk to me. you don't have a sign. >> i do attract those people but i don't have a sign. >> you do attract dumb people. i know that. next up jesse goes to earth day. i can't wait. >> i recycle. >> i grow plants. >> grow plants? >> yes. >> what kind of plants do you
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manhattan. >> happy earth day. >> happy earth day. it's the best day of the year. >> it's great. >> what country do you think is the biggest polluter? >> america. >> probably us. >> i'm going to say us. >> why? >> well, have you been to detroit? >> which country do you think is the biggest polluter? >> i don't know that. you're bringing me nonsense, kid. >> what is is a nice girl like you doing in a place like this? >> i would pick south america. >> south america is not a country. >> thailand. >> china. >> china because the amount of coal they use right now in their production. >> don't be an idiot. come on. >> shut up. don't be a moron. >> what is global warming? >> i don't really know what it is but i just believe in global warming. >> what the hell did you say? >> people say the earth is getting warmer.
>> why are they saying that? >> over the last 15 years how much has the earth's temperature increased? >> who the heck knows. global warming is not caused by mother nature. it is caused by god bringing judgment, okay? >> how much do you think the earth has warmed over the last 15 years? >> 35. >> 3.75 degrees. >> 15 degrees. >> 100-something degrees. >> that would cook you right here on the sidewalk. >> i was overcome by the heat of the furnace room. >> 1. >> .11. i thought there was global warming, what happened? >> cat got your tongue or did he eat that for breakfast, too. >> oh, whoa. you okay? you looking for -- it's right here. what is worse for the environment? cars or cows? >> i'm going to say cars but in a weird way i feel like it's the cow. >> cars. >> cars. >> cows.
can you believe that? >> no, i can't believe that. >> it's true. the u.n. sent them. >> well that explains it. >> do you believe the u.n.? >> yeah. >> i just had to say something, i couldn't help myself. go on. >> i feel like it's a give and take. we get to eat them, but you can't eat a car. >> cows because they fart. >> through extreme relaxation. >> how do you personally help the environment? >> i recycle. >> i drive a really efficient car. >> i don't litter. >> wow see that's very green of you. >> yeah. >> you're like al gore. >> who is al gore? >> he was the vice president. a big green guy. >> i'm wearing the magical crystals. i love the earth. >> okay, can you heal me with those crystals? >> i can. put it on your third eye. this is amethyst soak it in. soak it in. >> i grow a lot of plants. >> you grow plants? >> yes. >> what kind of plants do you grow? >> vegetables. >> do you grow tomatoes?
are they pretty juicy? can i try one some time? >> if you come over. >> i believe in love. >> can you give bill some advice on how to be a green guy? >> i just want to invite bill to take a few moments to tap right into here. >> tap in bill. >> what do you think he should do to help the environment? >> buy up all the beef. >> where is the beef? >> use solar panels. >> tell people to recycle. >> do you ever watch watters world? >> no. >> you are on watters' world right now. what should you do for recycling? >> i'll turn this bus around and that will end your precious field trip. >> that's a fairly loaded question. >> turn out the lights.
stop driving so much. >> what's going on? >> we are just interested in why you chose him because it seems like you guys would have liked to misrepresent or organization. look like you are some sort of hippie thing. >> thank you for interrupting. >> this conversation is over. >> what happens to solar energy when there's no sun outside? >> it stores the energy from the day when there's sunlight and there's enough to power when there isn't. >> this is a lot faster than solar power. >> what happens when the wind stops blowing? >> it stores it. it just fills up the energy. >> come again? >> so did you drive or did you walk? >> i actually drove. >> i drove. >> uh-oh. what about all the emissions? >> i'm sorry? >> i don't know what we're talking about. >> this is not about us taking a trip across the country, this is about young people standing up for our future. >> how did you get here? >> i drove. >> okay. so you don't have shoes on, what
is that all about? >> i didn't really want to wear them tonight. >> that's the truth, baby. >> what i'm going to do is to plant a tree to offset my car. >> you're going to plant a tree when you get home. >> i love anybody who loves trees. >> they happen to be a great passion of mine. >> gas prices are astronomical right now. what would you do to reduce it? >> stop using gas. >> what the hell is this? >> a prius. >> so have everybody take off friday? >> if everyone does it it works. >> if i do it i would love to do it. >> you don't want to get rid of cars, do you? >> it might not hurt. >> do you even know what you just said? >> how would people get around if there's no gas? >> you would change the way cars run. algae potentially. >> algae-powered cars? >> yeah. >> what? >> al gore, are you a fan? >> i think that al gore is a good leader. i think he's not the answer, though. >> me and the o'reilly man
probably disagree on al gore because i'm going to assume he does. >> that's why i'm successful. >> come on and let's get this done! >> all right. what did you think of the gore speech? >> we didn't go to the gore speech. >> we just got back from the bar. >> what about van jones? >> i don't know who that is. >> i'm back! >> do you ever watch "the o'reilly factor"? >> no. what's that? >> that's the funniest thing i've ever heard. >> what is your favorite show? >> "the simpsons." >> i am not an o'reilly fan. >> do you watch fox news? this is for bill o'reilly. >> it is? >> hey, i love him. >> jesse watters on how much folks love and care about the folks who gave us freedom.
>> who is your favorite founding father? >> abraham lincoln. >> abe araham lincoln. >> he's not a founding father is he? >> no. >> nobody is going to believe me. >> provocative watters' world ahead. so you can keep doing what you love. what'd you guys do today? the usual! the usual! [ male announcer ] osteo bi-flex, ready for action.
so we have it off. >> look at that man the great outdoors. >> what are we celebrating today. >> independence. not being at work. >> freedom. >> here to talk to you about freedom. >> what year did we sign the declaration of independence. >> i don't know any of that stuff. >> oh, good no history, please. >> maybe you need a refresher course. >> 1964, 1864. 1776. >> 1776. bicentennial. >> who did we declare independence from >> i don't know. >> do you know. [ bleep ] >> from the king. >> who. >> i don't have the slightest. >> what year. >> 1600s. >> what's the basis of july 4th. >> looking across the pond and saying england you lost >> you're right. you're absolutely right. >> who is your favorite founding
father? >> abraham lincoln. >> abraham lincoln. >> he's not a founding >> what's a founding father >> hi. have we met >> what is ben franklin famous for? >> 100th president. >> i like ben franklin better. he's on the hundred. washington is on the single. >> thomas jefferson. >> what did doe? designee signed it. >> he actually lily wrote it. >> what about sam adams. >> what about it? it's good beer. >> good beer. >> beer. >> had a few of those already? >> no. >> i can have some more punch. >> you know who patrick henry was? >> i heard of him before. >> give me liberty or give me --
>> freedom. >> freedom. >> truth justice and the american way. >> why were we fighting the british. >> taxation without representation. >> no taxation. >> can't be taxed if you're not represented as an individual. >> who is famous for that line >> john smith. that's not it. >> sam adams. >> life, liberty and -- >> freedom of speech. >> it's good enough for me. >> what's the best part about this country? >> our rights. >> everybody can be a go getter and everybody can do whatever they want. >> you're go get center >> yeah. >> go get 'em. >> do you guys ever watch bill o'reilly. >> sometimes. it's more on but not paying attention. >> i'm to hurt. >> what have you hear of him. >> not to watch him. [ laughter ] >> i like him. >> anything you want to say to him on july 4th. >> hope you have an awesome day.
>> all right. you're at jones beach. >> right. >> and the state park. >> right. >> now you're obviously looking for a few laughs looking for the dopey answers. what percentage of people knew what the revolution was all about, the declaration of independence. >> we interviewed 27 people. 55% had no clue about the founding of this country. >> did you pick them out for any reason? appearance wise. we were looking at a lady in a little baiting suit. >> it's all about the bikini and looks. i look for young people that are attractive or have a very distinct look. >> under 40 people to ask these questions to see what the educational process is. when you go out did anybody get mad at you? that one girling looked a little steamed who didn't know anything. >> i try not to tell them exactly what i'm asking about. i'm vague at first. >> do you mislead them through a
false sense of security. >> not at all. never like that. we like to talk to you about july 4th. >> they new sam adams was a beer. >> yeah. >> all right. >> waters is your ss surveying folks. >> what's the greatest american. >> bill clinton. >> bill clinton. >> depends on what the meaning of the word "is" is.
>> abraham lincoln. >> lincoln. man has a huge monument. >> take your foot off the gas. >> george w. >> thomas jefferson. >> bill clinton. >> bill clinton? >> it depends on what the meaning of the word "is" is. >> i thought he was a terrific speaker. >> lincoln's leadership what exactly did he do? >> i really have no idea. >> i can't believe it. how about you guys >> i can't believe it. >> i'm going to show you a few pictures of other presidents and we'll just go bing, bing. peanut farmer. >> not helping. >> jimmy carter. >> nixon. >> not carter. i don't know. >> it's carter. >> i think it was a serious mistake. >> they said his name weird. jimmy carter. >> mr. cotter. >> are you a carter family. >> what are you looking at popeye. >> who is that? jfk. >> jfk. >> what does that stand for?
>> idiot. >> who is that? >> hoover? >> dwight eisenhower. >> who are you? one of the mental patients. >> fdr. do you know what that stands for? >> franklin roosevelt. >> i honestly didn't know that. >> what is he known for. >> stlntisn't there a famous building named after him. >> if she were a president she were be babeaham lincoln. >> who is that >> taft p.m. >> taft. >> they door roast. >> strange certificate wise. >> who is that >> bush sr. >> this is ronald reagan. he was wonderful. yes. >> what's the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear ronald reagan? >> wasn't he an actor. designee cared about this
country. >> what's his most famous line >> the broccoli. no that's george bush. >> i do not like broccoli. >> nixon. >> is she right? >> oh, my god that is so embarrassing. my parents if they see this. >> off with her head! >> ever watch "the o'reilly factor." >> all the time. >> anything you want to say to bill. >> keep on trucking. >> keep speaking the truth. >> i love o'reilly. >> gave you a speaking part, nobody cares. >> what is o'reilly lying about. >> not that he lies but he holds back on truth. >> our ran paul guy? >> i like rand paul. >> i knew it. >> bill o'reilly is very charming. >> ever watch water's world >> no. >> ever watch o'reilly factor? >> your going back to time. >> i need to get back to 1985.
>> how are you doing? >> i'm a patriot. >> this young man is a fine patriot. >> there's actually a poll taken about who was the best american president. who took it and how did it turn out. >> gallup poll and americans think that ronald reagan is the greatest american president. second is lincoln. third bill clinton. and then fourth and fifth we have jfk and we have washington. >> so washington comes in fifth. >> he came in fifth. >> that's probably the editorial comment from me the lack of history. >> they probably haven't all read "killing lincoln." >> when you're in school you should know of the achievements of a guy like lincoln, jefferson, franklin delano roosevelt. i think that piece that you just put on illustrates kind of like that. jesse water, everybody. again thanks for watching us
tonight. i'm bill o'reilly. always remember that the spin stops right here. we're definitely looking out for you. the calendar may have flipped to a new year but old rivals continue to come to nature the foreign policy crisis coming fast and furious for president obama in 2015. this is "special report." good evening and happy new year. i'm ed henry in for bret baier. fireworks lit the sky to bring in 2015 while foreign policy hot spots continue to smolder around the world. jennifer griffin looks at the new year and massive national security challenges ahead. >> reporter: new year's day 2015 americans woke up to a more dangerous world than one year ago and