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hi friends, good morning today is saturday the 4th of april, 2015. i'm anna kooiman and a fox news alert. christians targeted by terrorists. just as the world gets ready to celebrate easter. we learn disturbing details about that deadly terror attack of college students targeted for their beliefs. >> get ready to roll. senator getting red to release ad. >> were it not for the transformative love of jesus christ, i would have been raised by a single mom without my mom in the house. >> there it is that's the first one, the race heats up as new polls focus on a brand new frontrunner. we will tell you who it is.
>> it's a real life castaway story. a sailor stuck at sea for 66 days. survives. his rescuers are here with incredible story of survival. happy easter everyone. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> o good morning, come on in -- >> -- it smells amazing in here. >> it's not just you. [ laughter ] >> we want to thank 1-800 flowers. happy easter. beautiful flowers on the set. brand new amazing cars outside on the plaza this morning. >> what don't we have? >> and the weather are is warming up. putting everybody in a good mood. >> all signs are pointing up. there is, unfortunately, tragic news from around the world. we will bring it to you this morning. we will start with a warning from the pope from rome. christians around the globe celebrating easter this weekend. he urges those not to forget
the persecution of christians which he says is increasing. >> good friday prayers. we shouldn't be silent about it. pretty clear christians persecuted around the world. this comes on the heels of the attack this week in kenya. in fact, the vatican's official preacher also accused the rest of the world on being silent on christian prosecution. he mentioned the beheadings of the 22 cop pick christians as well as they very clear in the christian persecution around the world. >> it's great to hear from the pope about this. you know, you also wonder where are the other christian leaders around the world and from the united states condemning this. and telling their congregants not just to pray to try to get these -- this terrorism to be eradicated but it maybe write your congressman and try to. >> take action. >> get the government to do a little bit more about it. >> call it what it is the white house issuing statement on horrifying murders at the school in kenya near the somali
border. leaving out the fact that it is a fact that the 150 odd people were killed were killed because of their faith. they were christians. it was left to the pope to say that the rise of homegrown terror feds nab a third woman who allegedly plan to become a martyr for isis. >> this is amazing out of philadelphia. her name is key own that thomas. she was in touch online with an unknown isis fighter in syria. she was communicating online with them. at one point the isis fighter even asks her is she ready to become a martyr she says, quote: that would be amazing. a girl could only wish that she wanted to join isis in syria. isis has released a number of videos specifically targeting young women to try to recruit them. >> the woman that you saw in that second photograph there is known as the lionness apparently. the other two women were from queens, new york. they are related to one another. they are friends and used to be roommates with one another. usama bin laden lovers having pictures of them on
their cell phone and they wanted of to target public places. they even wanted to target the funerals of the slain officers here in new york city which, you know, makes you feel awful as a new yorker. you really take it personal when they are thinking about rafael ramos. >> it's almost unbelievable in perversity. not an isolated case. this is the sixth american in under three weeks for allegedly plotting it to join isis. what is going on here? what is the thread that ties these cases together? ray kelly the former new york city police commissioner and recognized as one of the great police commissioners in the city of new york was asked this question on greta last night and this is what he said. >> it's ongoing battle. it's not easy. every day is a challenge. we see people who are surfacing that really i we haven't seen before. as you say, a lot of the radicalization is coming about just on the internet. they see these films that are done, very
sophisticated very well done these recruitment films. so many of them will show you pictures of the world trade center. they are so proud of that and so focused on new york. >> it started with "inspire" magazine and gotted so much more sophisticated. >> i was been fascinated by. this film, full length feature almost hollywood like films one of them called the clanging of the swords 4. so that means there are three other ones before clanging of the swords 4. it's a hurt locker style slow motion. they show you the slow motion bombings of ied attacks as other recruitment tools. highly polished, highly produced. how they take in social media has been fascinating to me. they actually built an app. that terrorists can join. so they download this app. it's called the dawn of glad tidings. so they download this app. they are able to swarm social media make things
viral by all launching social media threads at the same time. that's how all these things spread. building online tools for recruitment. it's not just some guy tweeting. it's a focused attack. >> in order to -- the medium is there. they are very sophisticated i agree. you need willing participants. where are they coming from? we imported them. almost everybody who has joined up or tried to is the immigrant or children of immigrant. the obama administration is importing hundreds of thousands of people from countries where radical islam is the norm is that having an effect? it is. >> not forcing assimilation either. >> exactly. >> i will say one thing about this spread of social media to their advantage. also a detriment to them one of the women were caught because they showed pictures of them. >> we known fighter in syria nabbed her now she is
charged. >> some other stories following for you on this saturday morning now and we will start with this fox news alert. yemen on the brink, fighting intensifying forcing the united nations security council to call emergency meeting and consider putting air strikes on hold. according to a group a saudi led coalition pounded iraq for more than a week tries to it advance houthis. more than 500 people killed in the fight. >> extreme weather turning deadly in the south. the body of a many with has been found inside a car swept away by floodwaters outside of lexington, kentucky. police say the woman tried to drive through the high waters and that's what she veered off the roadway and taken away by the fast moving creek. it was initially believed a child was with her but kentucky state police now say the woman was alone in the car. a terror scare at jfk airport. all because of a man calling himself pablo. police say 20-year-old duran
stole a bread truck, drove it to the airport sprinted past a check point while screaming i'm pablo. i will be remain must. he ran through unguarded exit door into a terminal. crossing a jet bridge and nearly making it on to a plane. pablo's brush with fame ended after a pilot tackled him. he was promptly arrested and charged with trespassing. and a sailor found alive after 676 lost days at sea now back at his home this morning. jordan says he survived by rationing food, catching fish and drinking rainwater. jordan says it was his faith that kept him going after his ship capsized during a january fishing trip. >> the waves were huge the wind was strong. yib that because i'm an inexperienced sailor. i haven't had a lot of time on the water. and i was just praying to god, you know, please protected me. >> and his prayers were answered. a german container ship
spotted him thursday and the coast guard came to his rescue. the two rescuers will join us later this morning on "fox & friends." >> wow. >> he looks pretty well for being lost at see for 66 days. >> i'm an inexperienced sailor? what an honest man. >> he had been living on his boat for quite some time. >> i love that. who admits that? >> we're going to hear from them in 30 minutes on the show. can't wait to hear them and get their story. rick reichmuth is tracking a lunar eclipse that's happening in about six minutes outside? >> about to start. live shot right here. there you go. just starting to see it images coming in from nasa. >> shortest lunar eclipse in 20 years. >> get out there and come back. in it's not going to last too long. some places have clouds not as good a view. little bit better view on the west coast. there clouds down across parts of the south. really rough weather
yesterday brought flooding into the louisville area and a lot of hail and lightning reached ports and very strong winds. that was all part of this heavy rain system that moved across the louisville area. that brought incredible flooding. rivers elevated levels also the area that got so much snow this winter the ground is saturated and it exacerbates the problem. severe weather element of it beginning to weaken. rainy pattern across the south for the next four to five days. take a look at this. snow across parts of new england this morning. same system leaving colder air here and watch snow dive in across parts of new england. clipper system overnight. snow not done across parts of northeast. that's what happens this time of year. >> let's turn our attention now to 2016. all eyes on the election. and ted cruz has launched the first campaign ad of the
2016 election. take a look at the first campaign ad. get ready for many, many more. >> were it not for the transformative love of jesus christ, i would have been raised by a single mom without my father in the house. god's blessing has been on america from the very beginning of this nation. over and over again when we face impossible odds the american people rose to the challenge. this is our fight, and that is why i'm running for president of the united states. which. [cheers and applause] i'm ted cruz, and i approve this message. >> it's a moving message for sure, especially on easter weekend. coming out on good friday and everybody is in the mood for and ready to take on a message like that. but should would he be focusing on harder issues? >> that's a definitional ad. that's not telling you what he believes. that he was telling you more of who he is it will be interesting to see how he has defined himself as a man of faith christian,
orthodox christian how those views form his position on issues and presumably he will tell us. >> certainly big issues this week in indiana and other parts of the country. a new fox news poll out this morning on likely republican voters new fox poll. who is at the top? governor scott walk everywhere of wisconsin at the top there. ted cruz down about in fourth place right now. governor huckabee has 105. >> >> that's 10%. >> by the way, we should say the plus or minus the plus or minus a points so these guys are basically all tied. >> governor huckabee will be on the show we will ask him about that. >> robert deniro has come out for hillary clinton. he has÷> this is from an interview that he did with the "daily beast." i think she has paid her dues. there are going to be no surprises and she has earned the right to be be president
and head of the country at this point. it's that simple. she is a woman, which is very important because her take on things may be what we need right now. what is that even saying right now exactly. take a look at her record when she was secretary of state rather than just say she is a woman let's elect her. >> her right. >> she has earned it. >> but she deserves it and any attempt to take it away from her is illegitimate but she is not entitled. >> let's know your thoughts on that. more coming up on the show a jampacked four hours coming up on the show. islamic extremists have you vowed to kill as many christians as they can if our government can't stop them what can? robert jeffress is up next with his ad vice. >> a new left wing pushto take the reagan out of reagan airport? ♪ ♪
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welcome back on easter weekend. a day before easter. christians around the world under attack. holy week has been riddled with violence. what needs to be done to protect christians in america? >> pastor robert jeffress is in dallas to answer that good morning, and thanks for being with us. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> so what do you say? >> well, i think what happened in kenya is just horrific. but it's just the latest in a long line of atrocities being committed against christians today by radical islam. and i believe it is time for us to stand up and say enough. recently i called on members of my congregation to join all christians and jews and freedom-loving americans to demand that this administration do whatever is necessary to eradicate
radical islam. we handed out telephone numbers for the white house and our senators. we had thousands of our members make those phone calls saying enough is enough. and, look, i believe we must do that right now because look, they are not going to stop in kenya. these radical islamics are not going to stop in the middle east. they are coming after every one of us if we don't do something. >> everybody agrees enough is enough. pick up the phone and calling their congressman, what should they be asking them to do? >> i think they should be asking them to take whatever means necessary in order to erratic caught radical islam. look, noble has any appetite for incursion into the middle east. i understand that but i also understand that we have to put an end to this because they are coming after every one of us. israeli prime minister netanyahu said the nazis were trying to establish the master race. radical islam is trying to establish the master faith. in the end it's all the same, world domination.
>> it's growing faster than christianity. new estimates suggest that islam will be the dominant, the biggest world religion inside of 100 years. is that an ominous fact, do you think? >> well, leps be clear. certainly not all muslims are terrorists but let's just say 5% of islam is embrace radical islam. that means there are 75 million muslims in the world who embrace the ideology of radical islam and total population of muslims increase, so will the population of these radicals. i he think that's veryalarming. by 2050, this pew restudy said there will be as many muslims in the world as christians. >> the post message was clear on good friday that we need to pay attention to this. also talking about easter. what would your message be on this easter weekend? what do we need to think about as we head into tomorrow? >> these students killed in kenya when asked if they were a christian, they were
willing to be executed for their faith. that's because they embrace the message of the resurrection. you look back 2,000 years ago and on that first good friday the disciples were despondent. their leader had had been crucified. it looked like the christian message was dead on arrival. but then came sunday. and an empty grave and their whole perspective changed and gave them the courage to stand for their faith. you know today it looks like christianity is losing. not just around the world but it looks like it's losing in america, too. but i want to remind people although it's friday, sunday's coming and one day the kingdom of god is going to triumph. good will triumph over evil and that is the ultimate message of easter. >> that is the message and it's an inspiring one. pastor, thanks for joining us this morning, happy easter. >> happy easter to you. >> he was stranded at seas for 66 days. one man lives to tell the tale and thanks god for his
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>> i was flying through the air, somersaulting and the ceiling was the floor. the floor was a ceiling and this side was the other side and everything was upside down and backwards. and i was just rolling around. >> wow. incredible story of survival. a sailor missing for 66 days after his sailboat capsized. he is found alive. hear about the dramatic rescue stories. ed to farrell and rescue swimmer. nice to see both of you on this weekend. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having us. >> commander todd, i want to ask you first, when you got the call what did you think? >> you know, when the call came in from district 5. i assumed it was a normal medevac. we got the information that there was a survivor that was at sea for 66 days. put a new twist on the actual mission itself. >> so, kyle, he was out there for 66 days. the shipping container spots
him. what did you see when you got on scene? what did he look like? his name was louis jordan. what did he look like. >> actually we were really surprised by his condition. once we got and there hovering over we saw him standing outside. we were expecting him to have a broken shoulder and to be in a lot worse condition than he really was. we were really excited to see him standing. no splint on his shoulder. he was doing well. >> todd how did he survive? >> i can't say how he survived. i don't know what he had on his boat before he left. i do know that there is a human will that he probably had that let him help him survive the ordeal. it was nice for him to be able to take that and see it all the way through and us to get him back to his family. >> kyle, it was a big issue for fuel for you guys trying to rescue him. how far at sea was it and how much fuel did you have? maybe you guys were going to rupp out of fuel?
>> >> you know it was one of those things where we took off, knowing approximately where he was but we worked with the u.s. george bush, we refuel there to make sure we had enough fuel. obviously biggest concern there is running out of fuel. taking fuel at that point is the best option we had. >> what did you give him when you got up in the aircraft? did you have any food on hand? how do you treat after 66 days without large amounts of food how do you prepare for that? >> well normally you don't want to feed someone that hasn't eaten for so long or wasn't hydrated. you want to give them very very beings increments of water. he was able to sustain a good source of food and water. by the time we pulled him off the vessel they actually gave him a good meal and water as well. we didn't have to worry about that issue in the cabin. >> home and shower and shave. get cleaned up. todd farrell and kyle mccomb,thank you for your
service and great story. >> thank you very much. >> thanks for having us. >> have a great weekend. thanks guys. one of the secret service's agency's toughest critics. did someone inside that agency try to get pay back against republican jason chaffetz? plus, have you ever dozed off behind the wheel? what if you had a car that could keep you awake? new york's auto show's cars with the top technology live on our plaza. that is next. ♪ get out of my dream ♪ and into my car ♪
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what do you do? and drew carrie just rolls with it good for him. look at her she is hiding behind the thing. she is just terrified. making the show relevant again. everybody is talking about the price is right and about this model. she is speaking out. let's take a listen. >> i was mortified. i was mortified because i thought a, this is my last day at work. b, it's going to be taken out of my paycheck every week. after i heard the buzz go. [ buzzer ] i'm like all right, game over. when someone loses our natural reaction is to reveal the remaining tags. at the end of the day we're only human and i obviously made a very expensive mistake. but i made someone very happy. >> yeah. and i bet you made the executives happy at price is right because now more people are watching and clicking on clips on cbs to watch the show. >> people are starting to research the price of washing machines and lawn mowers even more and f. they get on that show and wear
that classic price is right. >> i guess america is on manwela's side. >> vehemently. >> as soon as i saw that video its was on her side. >> they have an open senate seat in california right now. >> run for office. america is counting on you. >> you we have other stories we are following saturday morning to tell you about now. did someone inside the secret service release private information to hurt one of its harshest critics? the agency officially apologizing to utah jason chaffetz. this morning after one of the old job applications went public. he had applied to the secret service but didn't get the job. homeland security secretary jay johnson says he is investigating that leak. and forget sneaking across the border. the government is now flying immigrant children from central america to the united states on, you guessed it, your dime. the new program aims to stop children crossing the border by letting parents register to have their kids picked up
for free. parents with legal status and those covered by the president's amnesty program can apply. the state department won't say how much each plane ticket costs. new survey finding d.c. area democrats want the conservative's name removed from the title. survey asked area residents what they prefer to call the busy airport. while younger people tend to have a problem using reagan national. the results found older liberal commuters refused to use the name. some participants said they are still mad about the way the name got passed saying it was forced on everyone by a small group of powerful men in congress back in 1998 bo knows baseball one young fan does not noe bo jackson. >> i used to play for the kansas city royals. >> oh you did? >> oh,. >> played for the kansas city royals. >> how long did you play
there. >> when your dad was about your age when i played there. how old is your dad? >> 35. >> yep. so i played for kansas city in 86, 87. so i'm way older than your dad. >> 13-year-old drake the son of chicago white sox first bait man adam. he is a special instructor for the team. he played both professional football and baseball, of course. considered one of the greatest athletes of all time. do you remember those commercials? bo knows baseball bo knows football. >> impressive. unlike rick reichmuth drafted by the indians out of high school. >> yeah that's why i'm here now. >> weather world this week and getting toward severe weather season. we saw some of that this week. everybody is wanting to know what weather is like.
easter sunday. showers texas, oklahoma and arkansas late in the day and rain out across parts of the west. overall, things are not looking all that bad. today, if you are making your plans, we have more snow across interior sections of new england that we're going to be messing with and we also down across the mid-atlantic just fine. leftover scattered rain showers from all of this severe weather. temperatures far cooler and across the northern plains we have a pretty pretty mild day. >> good driving weather my son. >> boy isn't that the truth? the biggest car show on the continent. new york auto show revving up this weekend debuting some of the hottest new cars. >> latest technology in some of these. here is mark with the auto club. >> i love getting our hands on these cars before the rest of the people do. >> it was hard getting it out of the auto show. >> start with nissan. drowsy driving is a big problem. people getting in car accidents all the time.
what's built inside this nissan? it's so cool. >> this is what is so exciting about the new york auto show this year. it's all about technology. this is a world global intro deduction for the nissan maxima. it starts around $31,000. it's actually, if you take a look at it, it was designed like a fighter jet on it and incredible interior technology. one of the things is driver drowsiness on it get in the car and drive for 10 or 15 minutes it understands your pattern of driving, how you steer the car how you brake the car and accelerator it. say you need to take a rest and chime if you don't pull over to the side. >> send you a signal and wake you up like a vibrate. >> it will start to make some big noise to tell it you that you are driving erratically on it. >> cameras in the top of the car to track your eyes? >> it will actually be on the dashboard and then it will start beeping on it. 40% of the people admit to driving drowsiness, it's a
big issue. >> definitely. rick has the next one. >> this is a chrysler 300. luxury sedan. chrysler is doing great stuff. >> yes, it is. incredible. as a matter of fact, all these cars are about the same price point $31,000. this actually includes an app. so that you can actually map yourself. you can be able to get an email on somebody where you need to meet. you don't have to touch anything. it will set the directions where you need to go on it. >> you know, this is an interesting -- talking about apps on the phone. you set something up on your phone before you take off and then it plays it in your car. so you don't have to be messing around with stuff in your car while you are driving. >> set it. tells you where to go. coffee in the morning and need to know where the closest coffee place is. this will set it and you can go for it. >> one other great thing this does. brake assist so that if people in front of you are starting to brake quickly, it will actually control the car and start to brake you. and it will look around the car in front of you and be
able to do the same thing if a car is slowing down in front of the vehicle that's in front of. >> you mark, you and i have been doing this stuff for a long time. tell me, when you still come to these auto shows, how excited do you get about the new technology each year. >> fabulous what's going on. always been technology on cars and fuel mixtures. now relationship between the motorist and car itself. >> people don't want to god manipulate any van route but car they can fit inside the new ford edge has some cool tech in it too. >> tremendous. >> tremendous car on here. ford has done great products over the last number of years. what this actually will be able to do is be able to tell what you kind of weather conditions that you are having or where your road map is it also does have again, cameras that go 360 degrees around the car. and in bad weather snow and these cameras are in front and rear, it will actually have a little bit of a washer and it will spray the
camera so that it stays clean on it. >> rick has got to be a fan of the hyperlocal weather stuff that's built into this one too. you get a five year satellite subscription service, which you know, they usually run out after six months and you don't renew it and logo weather first alert forecast. >> map. you can't always tell what the weather is going to be for today but the next five days. >> i'm not putting you out of business. >> you know what's great about this to be honest with you. you are driving in storms. we are hitting into spring severe weather system. you see that storm coming you go the other way. honestly this saves lives. >> like a pilot having to maneuver around the storm. >> satellite map shows you how the clouds are tracking. >> you are awesome. thank you for joining us here. >> thank you. >> all right. guys. we will send it back into you. the auto show goes through april 12th at the jafts center here in new york city. >> i like that wakeup feature. president obama chapelling
ronald reagan during nuclear deal with iran? >> trust but verify. [ laughter ] >> this deal was not based on trust. it's based on unprecedented verification. >> but maybe there is something he could learn from reagan and how he handled the soviets. that's next. >> and this baby is only a couple days old o. already got a problem, apparently with president obama. we will tell you what got him politically active next.
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checks for criminal history now nixed for job seekers. he banned the box because it's the lynn ton season and the state should give people second chances. and a woman becomes a new momma all because of president obama? traffic came to a stand still in louisville, kentucky on thursday after the commander and chief arrived three hours late tech company. she gave birth to a healthy baby boy. >> well, president obama channeling ronald reagan discussing the iran nuclear deal caving to iran. could he have learned something else from president reagan? he paraphrased the trust but verify line that reagan famously delivered. assistant to vice president cheney and distinguished fellow at the hamilton foundation. glad to he see you this morning. >> good morning, tucker, great to see you. >> so the president must have known that he was using
a line from ronald reagan. it's a very famous line. but do you think his negotiation with iran shows evidence he has studied reagan's negotiating techniques? >> for sure he is channeling words but there are several things that president reagan would do to establish the high ground. one is the ability to walk away. you are safe even if you need to break from the table. supporting friends and making sure that you have taken the moral high ground several steps that president reagan would take to make sure we are in a favorable position and engaging the soviets at the time. >> yes. president reagan, one of the hallmarks of his foreign policy was very clear about who the enemy was and what their nature was. he said it outloud. most famously in his evil empire speech. here is a cut from that. >> i urge you to beware the temptation of pride, the temptation of lively declaring yourselves above it all and sides. to ignore the facts of
history and the aggressive impulses of an evil empire. >> wouldn't it be nice if the president were as clear about our enemies? >> that's right. and also, the positive elements of what we're about. he was making clear that we stood on the right side of history. we were on the rise. and the other side was on the fall. and we welcomed them to come to the table but we aim to win. >> yes. now, president reagan did of course negotiate with our sworn enemies. we were in effect at war with the soviet union. president obama has taken that fact and used it to justify his negotiation with iran. watch. >> presidents like nixon and reagan struck historic arms control agreements with the soviet union. those agreements were not perfect. they did not end all threats. but they made our world
safer. a good keel deal with iran will do the same. >> why is that crazy? >> the problem is it sort of puts forward this arms control theology that our agreements is what made the world safe. what made the world safe during the reagan years was a rising america that stood by its friends that had a strong economy and was willing to go wherever in the world evil. that negotiating environment where we had strong set of allies, a strong set of morals and a strong economy that made us rise and the economy of the soviet union crumble. >> right. what about the president's point that look you have got a pretty clear choice here. it's between negotiating or going to war with iran which we can't prosecute. is that really the choice? >> one of the many straw men in this arsenal the administration puts out there obviously there are other choices. you can negotiate better. there is no way you can believe that there is only
one deal that could deliver peace. it's really having a strong position, going in with clear principled approach being prepared to walk away if necessary, and then you have got a shot at maybe an enduring peace. >> it's early there i appreciate you coming on and for your clarity. thanks. >> thank you. >> well, a hot-headed soccer player punches the referee. the ref ends up dead. can widow sue the league? we have a fair and balanced debate coming up. don't miss it [ male announcer ] legalzoom has helped start over 1 million businesses. if you have a business idea, we have a personalized legal solution that's right for you. with easy step-by-step guidance, we're here
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will start with you clearly you didn't mean to do it, to kill somebody or you would imagine. but after he punches him out then is he flipping him off too? >> not only that but he had punched another player or ref in 2006. not only did he do this but has a history. this becomes important because the family ♪ just suing him but the league. the league should have known he had this history of violence. that's where they will probably get money from the league as well. >> it sounds like this player needed a lesson in not just sportsmanship but a human being. is this going to inflame the jury enough to go ahead and. >> it probably will enflame the jury because he just had this horrible attitude. sports gives rise to this type of thing. however, in his defense, and this is a really tough case to defend. he knocked the guy out with one punch, killed him with one punch. probably did not intend to kill him. intended to hurt him. absolutely. intended to be a jerk? you bet.
didn't intend for somebody to die after one punch to the head. >> this family though asking for upwards of auto million dollars because they say the referee was 44. they had a doctor say he was going to live 95. $1 million every year. is this a fair number? >> it could be a fair number. think about it he lived for two days. the pain and suffering of those days that he lived. left two bows behind. not just whatever money he would bring in. it's the leadership. it's the guidance. it's the love that he would give to those boys, to his wife. he called his parents every day. they talked about this during the sentencing. all of that has a value. and how does a jury put a number on that? you do at times see cases come back with verdicts that exceed $100 million when juries are affected by the way the family has such a huge loss. >> doesn't just name the hot head player but also the league for allowing him to stay on when he has exhibited poor behavior in the past. >> do you want to make a point or do you want to make a buck? because usually you can't do both. the number seems very are
arbitrary. putting a million dollars a year for the next 45 years or 51 years. obviously whatever they think he might leave. you don't know, he could have gotten hit by a bus a week later. we don't know that. number two, million dollars where are you pulling that number from? was he earning a million dollars a year or not earning a million dollars a year. very arbitrary number. she will get a judgment. she will get a money judgment for some number and probably never collect a dime. >> finally we have got to go but you say that he is from lebanon and can actually be deported after he serves time potentially? >> and if he has money in lebanon, trying to get that money and executing a judgment may be tough. >> this is a mess all the way around. >> oj had a 33-million-dollar judgment and never paid a dime. >> jonna and heather thank you so much. >> thank you. >> he is in prison for releasing america's most sensitive secrets on the internet. this morning bradley or shall we say chelsea manning is back online?
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good morning, today is saturday, the fourth of april. this is a fox news alert. they went door to door asking for all the christians and they shot them in the head. disturbing details and several suspects under arrest in a college campus massacre. >> then he promised repeatedly to be the most transparent administration in the history of administrations. >> i have a track record of transparency. >> i will make our government open and transparent. >> we will do it in a transparent way. >> i want traps (is i. transparency and accountability. >> must have been the big lie theory the opposite has happened. the obama administration could get even more secretive. even reporters are mad about it. we have got details coming up. >> two left wing entertainers under fire for anti-semitics. is it really a laughing matter. telling americans to stop pretending to be offended. "fox & friends" hour two
starts right now. >> hello weird ole yankovic and apparently you are watching "fox & friends." >> thanks weird al. we are honored to it be watched by weird al yank very vank very much. yank very much. >> 1-800 flowers. >> you called 1-800, flowers and helped them decorate. i thought it was all you. you have such fantastic taste. >> we have a lot on the show this morning. start with a fox news alert. five terror suspects have reportedly been arrested in kenya after that vicious killing sweep. >> attack happened over a number of hours. early hours of this attack everyone was being shot at. it wasn't until they started talking to individuals when they found out who was muslim and who was christian that they let some of the muslims go and started firing directly on the christians. >> exactly. literally they were going
door to door finding anyone who claimed to be a follower of jesus and did not denounce their faith and shot them point blank in the head. >> it's an awful story. they convinced the stories to go outside and lie in rows and coldly executed them one by one according to survivors. just a horrifying story. >> the pope's message on friday was pretty clear on his good friday message and other members of the vatican speaking outs about this and persecution of christians on this during holy week and calling on the world to pay attention to what's happening to christians. >> yeah, but you will notice what's missing from this. we can go ahead and share that from president obama. here is what his statement says. words cannot adequately condemn the terrorist afrost cities that took place at the university college. we will stand hand in hand with the kenyan government and people against the scorch of terrorism. this much is clear, the future of kenya will not be defined by violence and terror. leaving out the words christians being targeted and just acting like this is not a religious thing.
>> i hope kenya wouldn't be chaos. they imported the problem hundreds of thousands of somali refugees living in kenya. that's where it comes from. it's dysfunctional country with a lot of extremism. the united states doing the same thing. obama importing thousands of refugees from that exact country somalia to our country. and there v. there been problems? oh yeah. we got word into our newsroom hours agricultural shah back is shah bob is vowing more attacks like this one. is the international community doing enough to stop this? is the united states doing enough to stop this? we spoke to dr. robert jeffress on the show earlier this morning. take a listen. >> it's just the latest in a long line of atrocities being committed against
christians today by radical islam. i believe it is time for us to stand up and say enough. recently i called on members of my congregation to join all christians and jews and freedom loving americans to demand that this administration do whatever is necessary to eradicate radical islam. these radical islamics are not going to stop in the middle east. they are coming every one us if we don't do something. >> does this mean metal detectors at shopping malls? nobody wants that. >> set a moratorium on immigration from chaotic dangerous countries with lots of extremism? why is that so hard and why is it so hard to say that outloud. >> going to be talking to mike huckabee coming up on the show and get his take this easter weekend. what should would he be doing against islamic fund mentalism. starting with a fox news alert. on the streets of yemen this morning. forcing the united nations
security council to call an emergency meeting and consider putting air strikes on hold. the saudi led coalition has been bombing that country for more than a week as it tries to stop iranian backed houthi rebels. they say more than 500 people have been killed so far. extreme weather south. body found inside a car in floodwaters outside of lexington, kentucky. the woman tried to drive through the high waters when she veered off the roadway and taken away by the fast moving creek. it was initially believed a child was with her but kentucky state police now say the woman was in that car alone. and he is in prison for leaking thousands of classified u.s. secrets. but that's not stopping bradley aka chelsea manning from getting back online. tweeting from prison requires a lot of effort and using a voice to dictate
#90's problems. after that postmanning's accou quickly 30,000 followers. serving a sentence at fort leavenworth. a jarring moment at a town hall meeting when a former state lawmaker throws a jar vaseline at the governor of maine. [shouting] >> disagreeing with the main man says former state representative joanne toomey pulled the vaseline from her purse and hurled it over at the governor. paul will he page. toomey says she chose vaseline to reference will he page's 2013 flippant remarks toward fellow state senator troy jackson intended to sell his budget plan at the town hall event before toomey's slick move. >> vaseline a lot of woman carry in their purse have a vated of it on hand. >> lotion. >> that and coffee brandy.
>> hands get chapped up there. rick reichmuth knows a thing. >> followed by the end of winter dry for a long time. >> thanks. >> i could use that. they still have more snow there today. hard to imagine but we still have more snow across parts of new england. very heavy rain across parts of the ohio valley. this is areas that saw two feet of snow in one snow tropical storm alone this winter. very heavy rain. some spots over five inches. a lot of flooding yesterday. still flooding in rivers take a little while for river levels to go down. be very very careful out there this morning. the rain has moved to the south and we are going to watch this front sag down to the south and it stalls out here. repeated chances of rain the next couple of days. today probably your best day there and in towards the northeast, take a look at that that's that snow i was talking about. watch this one system get out of here today. the next little system bringing more snow overnight tonight and into tomorrow
morning. one more chance of snow upstate new york for tomorrow afternoon and evening. >> that's unbelievable. >> this will be the last time though, right? >> i can't promise you that. but it is getting better. the trend is going to be getting better. >> supposedly snow in maine on monday or tuesday, do you think that will happen. >> yes i do. >> just right after easter. thanks, rick. >> you bet. >> i think the white house press corps when the president first came into office and we were going to get all of these documents. we were going to get an openness that the press corps had never before seen. remember when the president said this? >> i have a track record of transparency. i will make our government open and transparent. >> we will do it in a transparent way. >> i want transparency i want accountability. >> so that the american people can be involved in their own government. >> let me say it as simply as i can. transparency and the rule of law will be the touch stones of this presidency. >> this is the most transparent administration in history. >> well, it would be an
understatement to say that there is a contentious relationship between the white house press corps and the obama administration. >> yeah. well, one reporter, our reporter, james rosen was named as an accessory as basically a terrorist by the administration. they broke into his parents' email. this is an administration that has not taken the press for what it is, which is a guardian of the first amendment. and, treated them as adversaries and sought to issue dr. them. >> and, in fact, earlier this week this comes on the heels of many incidents like this where we have seen the president at a golf outing and the press are herded into a shipping container. >> the other day the president goes the pool it's called always follows the president wherever he goes. >> right. >> the president goes out to salt lake city. has a meeting with mormon leaders. white house press say no reporters in here only photographers. >> nullifies the point having reporters with you you can't report if you can't see it. >> no tough questions. very often you don't get a
whole lot of tough questions by the press corps. >> the white house correspondents association is reportedly putting together this letter. a list of demands, bill of rights asking for certain things. we don't know the full contents of this letter yet but the president christie parsons writes this even in what seems like a photo opportunity it's important for the writers producers and radio reporters to see it too. parsons told the examiner that's why the association is constantly advocating for greater news media access to the president. the white house and the people's business. i mean, you have been in washington a long time, tucker. is there more or less access during this administration. >> there is way less. a lot of friends are white house correspondents. i know my white house correspondents daily caller ask a tough question of president obama he was excoriated by fell will he white house correspondents and the association which sent me this grouchy letter that he stepped over the line because he demanded a letter from the president. they have cow tailed to this guy and carried his water. i'm on their side. i believe in press freedom for them to complain about it now six and a half years
into his administration it's just too much. >> give them an inch, take a mile. >> the only reason we have him in the first place as president is because the press didn't ask basic questions of him because he was historic president and that would be mean. whine about now. >> one of the best ways to document history is to have an accurate report. we need to make sure our kids know what is going on during these obama years. >> is this the most transparent administration in history? we will have more on that throughout the show. ff weekend on twitter as well. >> here is what is coming up on the program new this morning. another woman busted trying to join isis. how can we stop these terrorists recruiting on american soil? the former fbi agent who says it could cost you some of your freedom. >> that sounds ominous. not typical fugitive on the run. wild police chase to catch this buffalo. a cousin to the wild llamas you saw two weeks ago. we'll have more coming up.
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we put members first. join the nation. thank you. ♪ nationwide is on your side ♪ brand new threats of homegrown terror. more accused of trying to join isis. thomas in philadelphia was trying to help the terror group. in the same week three terror suspects charged in new york city. including two women accused of plotting an isis-inspired bombing. what should would he be doing to defend the soft taferghts in the united states like malls and other places like parks. >> here to weigh in is retired fbi agent and tactical operations expert tim can a call lente. we don't want to give up
freedoms. shopping spend the afternoon with the kids at the park. we also want to protect ourselves. what do we want to do? >> hardening soft targets is a difficult thing without restricting those freedoms that you just mentioned. we have seen through the last 15 years after 9/11 what's happening in airports. how we have had to move the perimeters further out. restrict the things you can bring on board. you can't have a nail clipper or bottle of water. can't even have a tube of toothpaste that's more than three ounces. those kind of restrictions are going to be necessary to keep people from bringing bombs or creating bombs on site. the problem with places like malls. walk in carry your bags out. that restrictions that we might have to see there are going to limit that capability. you won't be able to park as close to the mall. you won't be able to walk right in the door without going through a metal detector having your bag searched before you go in or having your person searched. i don't think americans want to look for that kind of loss of liberty when they want to go shopping or go to it a movie or sporting event. >> i agree. it doesn't sound like america to me. you have also say a forced
multiplier. what do you mean there? >> what i mean by a forced multiplier is law enforcement -- they are our first responders to incident like terrorist acts or any kind of crime like that or any kind of violence. they are there to take reports after the fact. they really can't prevent something from happening. so forced multiplier would be a situation where like israel has. israeli citizens members of the military they walk around everywhere they go on beaches and malls carrying m-16s. that's a forced multiplier. deterrent effect to the bad guys and also something that gives great comfort to the good guys. using retired law enforcement, retired military and other civilian personnel who can be trusted and vetted and could carry weapons and be in public places have incentives, maybe are for them to be in malls or restaurants or movie theaters as a deterrent, again, and also as a comfort to raise the comfort level for patrons of those establishment. >> are we being too defensive?
is there -- or is this being offensive? prught up restricters. playing defense or offense? >> playing defense but we have to play defense. we have it realize this threat is real. what happened yesterday in kenya, what has happened around the world, not only to christians being persecuted which is very very obvious in many parts of the world but individuals being targeted in free societies. we have seen it in paris. we have seen it in london. we he have seen it here in the united states. we have seen attempts here in the united states many times coming after freedoms trying to protect. not being overly proactive. we are just trying to respond to a threat that does exist. tim clementi, nice to see you this morning. thanks for your expertise on this. >> two left wing stirring up controversy with anti-semitics. is it really a laughing
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get your calculator. it's tame for news by the numbers. first up $842,000. that's how much cash has been collected for that indiana pizzeria forced to close after saying it it would not cater a gay wedding theoretically. the owners say they hope to reopen. one runway shut down for repairs at the end of the month.
the closure is expected to last five months. will it have an effect on your air travel? you bet it will. finally, 200 bucks. that's how much a nevada woman was ticketed after an officer spotted her put on chapstick while stopped at a red light. all part of that state's crackdown on chapstick and also distracted drivers. >> >> there they are, they are in your town, they are watching you. they are mad. this time they are taking out outrage on the new daily show host trevor noah. lena dunham for what some are calling anti-semitic humor. >> even talk show host bill maher is tired of all the pc backlash. >> yes we joke about everybody here and that's something a lot of liberals have forgotten how to do. for folks who take such pride in their love of diversity, liberals increasingly seem to
tolerate none in their own ranks. what is is the point of attacking people who are 95% on your side? >> wow. >> it was epic. >> the publish everywhere of the federalist and says it's time america cools it with all the phony outrage. good morning. thanks for being with us. >> great to be with you. >> are we becoming way too sensitive and can't take a joke anymore. >> i think it's more about the fact that that you have seen this collective social justice warrior movement army of offended people built up over the past several years that is now reaching the point where they have to find new targets. that includes targets that might agree with them on their liberal politics. but, still actually are in the business of being funny. and every joke has to have a target or someone to make fun of. the problem really if you are working in humor today is that there is no way that you can ever make a joke without offending somebody in your audience. and before you know it there is going to be an army of people wanting to take you down for having made that joke. >> liberals are going after
liberals. the revolution always eats its own in the end. isn't the point of this to stare moral peter. people tend to be outranged as a way of making a statement that i'm a better person than you? >> yes and then you look around and see all outraged hermine? what does it mean in i'm not outraged? i better go along with the crowd. yank what would happen to mel brooks today. i was watching blazing saddles the other day. can you believe what would happen to him if it came out today lunancy. >> don rickles. equal opportunity offender. he picks on everyone in the audience. it doesn't matter. here is lena dunham's piece. do the following statements refer to a my dog or b my jewish boyfriend? 13 he doesn't tip and never brings wallet everywhere. every week some new health issue. urine crystals. sprained foof foot beef allergy. has hair all over his body like most males who share his background. >> is this offensive or is
this funny? >> it's both. good humor is offensive offensive and also funny. i think that the danger is if we go down the road where we are not allowed to make fun of each other. reach social warriors reach a point we have to be protected by little bubbles and no way to ever make fun of anybody without running afoul of the way they view society. i think it's a very dangerous thing for american humor. someone needs a good laugh these days. i think that's a dangerous road to go down. >> good for you to defending people you disagree with i know you don't aagree with lena dunham or the new noah on anything. i appreciate that. >> thanks. >> we should have more offensive people. >> well, you know. >> we just need to laugh more. >> i'm very sensitive on this subject. >> i'm highly offensive. >> little violins. >> how does this sound? criminals applying for government jobs will no longer have to get background checks. is that a good idea?
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negotiations with iran finally agreed to reduce nuclear weapons program which is great until putin shows up and says craigslist app. for nukes. iran says it will give up nuclear weapon just for lint. we will start again on monday. >> putin does craigslist that's how he gets his tigers. >> yeah on craigslist. >> i hate to say anything nice about vladimir putin but i do love the tigers. pretty cool. here is a story for you from mississippi. a church outside jackson, mississippi, planning for easter service anticipating a whole lot of people coming over a thousand. their church isn't big enough. they rent space this january at the university of mississippi medical center. they sign a contract for it. they pay and then drum roll, please, what happened? >> it gets cancelled just a
few weeks before easter. easter is like super bowl sunday for pastors. pastor roderick richardson to tucker's point had realized many, many months ago that the easter sunday services were going to have potentially thousands of people instead of the 250 seats that they had. >> just a week and two days before the largest service of the year pastor roderick richardson says we can go ahead and show that they told me that the climate at ummc was not conducive for us to have a service. >> to have a service at that facility. so they were afraid that ihl might come and say something about a church having a service in their facility. canceling it because it's church organization non-denominational you can't have it at our university. >> the university says that's not exactly right. we are quoting now the spokesman mark rolfe. it is not health related. it was deemed not within the guidelines of our policy and could not be allowed. the church was immediately notified. except it wasn't immediately notified. they strung them along for
months and right before easter and nowhere to meet. >> i would disagree it has nothing to do with your health. he i think spirituality matters so much. not just having a cold or a fever, it's feeling good. it's sleeping at night. it's not having a lot of stress. talking to god. >> what's your level of stress? you need to pray more and spend some time meditating and slowing down a little bit so it might not be showing up in the form of a rash on your arm but manifesting other ways. >> good on this church for looking to places to expand and be able to expand the flock. sometimes at mega churches it's so hard having so many people coming in and make sure that relationship with christ is fostered. good on them trying to find a location more than 200 or so that are normally in their facility. >> i bet they have -- wherever they meet tomorrow i bet they have overflow crowd. that's my guess. >> sunrise. think about the
resurrection. other stories making headlines on your saturday morning. the state department rejecting israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu israel's right to exist in the nuclear deal. department spokeswoman saying negotiations aren't only about the nuclear issue. netanyahu rips are the deal's framework saying it threatens iran's survival and atomic bomb. does this seem like a smart idea. tear mcauliff is banning background checks for state employees. executive order checking the box for potential job candidates. he says it's because this is the lent season and about forgiveness. the state should give people second chances. virginia now the 15th state to ban the box. they are not the first. and a literal party crashner oregon. this morning, enoughly released 911 calls reveal the frantic moment when a man violently begins trashing a bar. >> stop it.
now! >> oh my god. oh my god. calm police i can't get him. >> what's the location of your emergency? >> a holiday inn in wilsonville. someone who is threatening in the bar. throwing chairs at everybody. is he going psycho he. >> tirade broke out after a bartender said he was bothering a nearby bachelorette party. during the chaos he hurled chairs one narrowly missing the girl behind the bar. what a mess. caught on camera. livestock on the loose. a large buffalo takes police on a wild chase. name is big boy. didn't know he had a name. his name is big boy. sixth time this week he has escaped from enclosure. he was so desperate to find freedom. big boy jumped over two tall fences one with wawshed wire and barb wire and one with electric. >> worked with the other ones for 25 years but this one is a jumper.
>> the owner plans to move big boy to a bigger farm. >> where they roam. let's get out to rick reichmuth who is tracking another round of snow storms. >> there will be a little bit more snow across parts of new england. sorry, don't shoot the messenger. i always say bring a sign you are gettingen tv. you are here for your 13th birthday. what's your name. >> sydney. >> happy 13th birthday. your god parents brought you here. very, very nice. what do you think of new york. >> i love it. so cool. >> all right. very cool. another new yorker coming on. there you go. take a look at the weather map. show you what's going on for your day today. we got that snow that you see across parts of new england. that will move out throughout the day today. tonight and little batch moves in tomorrow another little batch. still snow to be be had. temperaturewise a little cooler than we were yesterday. behind the system that brought you will after the rain and some severe weather across parts of kentucky and tennessee and northern mississippi and alabama. that front moves on out and we're going to see a cooler
day today. noticeably cooler than you were yesterday. in across the northern plains, we start to build that warmth up again into the 60's for many people nebraska into kansas. chicago looking at nice day. out across the west. we have rain moving in across the pacific northwest. eventually that rain makes its way into parts of california. great news for them. all right. we are sending it over to tucker, i believe. are we going to you? >> it's actually unbelievable. this week america's oldest family owned restaurant antwons in new orleans celebrated 17 a years by collaborating with the oldest steak house. two of the best restaurants on planet earth. >> they are here, tucker carlson to prepare the feast. and you guys are right here in the big apple on the plaza. >> michael regula, executive chefs at those perspective restaurants. glad to have you. >> thank you. great to be back. >> start with the leg of lamb. >> we have rack lamb leg of lamb. everybody eats lamb for easter. so, a quick marinade for
lamb. it's a honey whole grain mustard and herbed marinade. if you want to start throwing those in there. >> i love everything is so fresh. seems like that's what's going on in all the best restaurants. not about all the cream sauce and stuff like that. you just want something fresh and good. >> a little cold. brrr. >> so all these that go into our marinade. we have a little mustard here that we can put in. and because it's so cold we have one ready and really whether you are cooking leg of lamb or rack of lamb, all you would do is brush it on. >> okay. want me to do that too. >> absolutely. >> good technique on this? >> put it on. >> give me some more, make it juicy. >> and if you were kicking it on the grill or the oven go into a hot pan or in the oven for the rack, 25 minutes, medium rare for the leg take longer. that's it, real easy. >> that is so impressive.
chef, have you fish here. >> this is a gulf -- we actually leave the skin side on and we take the center bone out and we sprinkle a little better. you can do the pepper. >> i will do the pepper. >> salt and a little pepper. >> is that coarse sea salt. >> course sea salt on both sides. put pepper on this side also. put a little pepper on this side. >> new orleans accent is the most interesting accent of any accent. >> and then we go to a hot pan. >> so what temperature should this be on? medium heat? >> this is actually medium heat. around 3:2 -- 325 to 350. >> listen to that sizzle. flip fish. >> when the sauce curdle on the side. you can hear it sizzling that's when you flip the fish. >> that smells so good. now, how do i get a table at
your restaurant? what's the most effective way to get a fast table? >> call us. [ laughter ] >> we have open tables so you can email us. >> of course we need to have some fixings to go along with our main. >> yes, we do. we have a roasted corn that we do. and bailey did this. he did a little he or shed. spring medley, asparagus. english pea. >> very fancy. >> only available for like two weeks a year. i'm impressed? that's actually a great side dish for this time of year. >> and these, you need to cap off a lot of people will give up sweets for lent. so easter. what's the best easter desert? >> baked alaska for me. >> we both have baked alaska on our menu. >> most popular desert. >> for us it is. >> how many calories is a baked alaska? >> you don't want to think about it. >> calories don't count on
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the super food. and if you have an older sibling who seems smarter growing up. you may have a reason to thank them. >> look, there are people like raw who need to shoot for the stars museum and paper getting published and i read about these women trying to have it all and i thank god. our little harmonica doesn't seem to have that. >> a new study suggests when an older child succeeds in school the younger one usually does better as well. it's because they try to emulate their older brother or sister. see, nicole, that's why you did so well. you had me to look up to. tucker? >> why thank you, clayton. he is at the top of the polls. today anyway. a new fox survey finds wisconsin governor scott walker is front run arer in the g.o.p. field. jumped ahead of jeb bush for the race for 2016 is it permanent? does it mean anything? man who has watched many
elections. university of virginia core for center of politics larry sabato. good to see you this morning. you have seen these numbers, plus or minus is 5. they are all within the margin of error. is this a significant predictor of how well scott walker will do, do you think? >> no. you said today today, look this -- we have such a long campaign ahead of us. it's almost a year until the real voting starts. and then a year and a half until the actual elections. we're going to have something similar to we saw four years ago. you will have some roller coasterring. there are so many candidates on the republican side. they are all going to get a day in the sun and some will get a week or month or maybe a year in the sun. they are going to go up and down. it's a good thing for scott walker that he has done as well as he has in the early rollout. that's a plus for him. but it doesn't mean much in the long run because early
polls can be so deceptive. >> right. you have a full a 2% of people asked by the pollsters who can't even make a judgment about scott walker because he is pretty new on the scene. my sense is the republican primary voters don't like chaos and they want to pick someone early and have everyone gather around that person. do you see that happening? >> >> no. i think this time tucker, there are so many power centers and so many different constituency groups within the republican party and they have all got a candidate or two or three and i don't think they are going to abandon their candidate terribly early. this is going to be part of the part much the process. some drop out befor iowa because they will be starved for money. those still in it, iowa, new hampshire, south carolina, it's the actual primary and caucus he process that will sort out this field. by the way, that isn't a bad thing. it's good to have the voters engaged. you don't want everything
decided by the big donors in the establishment. >> i totally agree. it's a real race. here is a pretty interesting number, actually. it's because it's static. the question is what do you think of jeb bush? what's your view of him? a year ago april of 2013, pretty favorable view. the number same now 33%. it hasn't moved much at all. why is that? is that good or bad? >> jeb bush has got two big problems. he has actually got some of the lowest net favorabilities in this field despite the name and the money and the establishment support and all the rest of it. look, he has got two problems tucker. first is some specific positions on things like immigration and common core that don't sell with the base. the other i think it is tougher for him dines dynasty. three bushes in three decades. it's hard to get over that
hesitation about going to one nuclear family where three presidents in three decades. it can be done. it can be overcome. but it's big challenge for the bush campaign. despite a deep reservoir of affection for the family. 320 million people in the country why one family? i don't know. larry sabato we will be talking to you again i hope. it's great to see you this morning. >> nice to see you, tucker. >> thanks. up next a new drug six times stronger than marijuana and it may be getting into your children's hands. we have a warning for parents everywhere that you are not going to want to miss. that's coming up. then you heard the horror stories. dogs getting lost by airline. this morning, fly without worry. courtney scott knows more about travel than basically anybody in the world. heads and tailings tails. how you can keep track of your dogs and your puppies. don't turn that channel.
prepare for your awe moment of the morning. are you scared of traveling with your pet. delta airlines began offering g.p.s. pet tracker for customers to help make the traveling process less stressful. more ways to make sure your pets are safe when you travel. courtney scott travel editor at travelocity. >> good morning. >> i wasn't in this segment but i'm here to touch your puppies. i'm not going to participate. >> i know. >> i think a lot of people are nervous though. especially to fly with their animals. >> it's true and rightfully so.
you are separated from your pet for quite a while. delta's new technology is really helpful. it allows you to tract temperature and also the positioning of the cage and if the temperature goes above 85 degrees, an automatic alert is sent to the customer care team. $50 to participate in the tracker. it's definitely a comfort. >> people are so scared i would never put my dogs under a plane. both anna and i are dog lovers. is it actually safe. >> i mean, it is safe. there are, you know, things like what delta is doing to really help people gain that comfort level. but if you do have a smaller pet, can you put them under the seat and that's always better. >> of course there are some travel tips. safety tips for our animals as well. first thing they say is properly identify your pet. obviously you need the tags. you want a mike degree chip. >> you need the tag. you also need to make sure your current cell phone number is on that tag. if you don't have the microchip already, you can use this app. called tile. actually a virtual lost and found. great for luggage and keys
put it on your pet's collar and also a g.p.s. tracker you can track on your mobile device. >> you can bring dogs on airplanes and it's not that expensive on the plane. >> you can there is a small fee for pets. varies based on the airman. put it under the seat. also based on how large your pet is obviously just like we want a nice beverage as the cart comes by we want to hydrate our hounds too. >> you have to hydrate your how long. make sure the pet knows how to use the water bottle if you you have never used it before. road trip collapsible bowl and make sure frequent stops. >> so you land with your dog and where do you stay? >> i mean how many hotels accept dogs? >> most of the large chains do accept pets based on how large they are and there are varying fees. two properties really do a great job. kidnapperson is -- kimpson is one.
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polident's unique micro clean formula works in just 3 minutes, killing 99.99% of odor causing bacteria. for a cleaner, fresher brighter denture every day. good morning everyone. today is saturday. the fourth of april, 15. i'm anna kooiman. they went door to door asking for all the christians. breaking details on a college campus massacre and brand new plea from the pope. >> another first for senator ted cruz released the first campaign ad for the 2016 season. here is part of it. >> were it not for the transformative love of jesus christ i would have been raised by a single mom without my father in the house. >> one of the men who may be running against him forrepublican nomination, huckabee is here live to respond coming up. >> and is this a fireable
offense? >> 19849. go ahead. >> no. [ buzzer ] >> oh. >> i won it! >> congratulations. we will just give you a car. >> whoops? this morning the price is right model who made that embarrassing mistake speaks out. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. >> you are watching "fox & friends," bam. >> of course emeril watch this show. people who appreciate dog food, life. >> bob barker. on apes fools day they open the show and bo barker for april fools day. welcome to "fox & friends." thank you to 1-800-flowers for the flowers on her beautiful set. >> i can almost smell
breakfast casserole everybody is whipping up for the weekend bacon and sausage. >> she is thinking this particular arrangement is called breakfast casserole. >> not here at home, i mean. >> grits, business -- biscuits. >> you are making me hungry. start this hour with news headlines start with a fox news alert fighting streets. forcing u.n. security council calling call for a meeting to put air strikes on hold. the saudi coalition has been bombing yemen for more than a week as it it tries to stop iranian backed houthi rebels from advancing. more than 500 people killed so far. another fox news alert. a brand new case of homegrown terror. a philadelphia woman now under arrest accused of planning to become an isis martyr. investigators say 30-year-old keyiona voiced
her support on twitter and planning to travel to syria. arrested at her home which is decorated with american flags. two new york women were just arrested for planning to set off bombs in the united states. new overnight blue bell ice scream -- ice cream suspending from plant. listeria and blamed for three deaths. still looking to find the source of the contamination. plants in texas and alabama do remain open. i thought that it was for me. the price is right model who accidently gave away a free car is speaking out about the pricey mistake. >> 19849. go ahead. boom. [ buzzer ] >> no. >> oh. >> i won it! [ laughter ] >> congratulations, we just gave you a car. >> she is so mortified. she just goes and stands behind the sign. >> poor thing.
>> after the big reveal here is what she said. >> after i heard the buzzer go off, i game over, when someone lose our natural reaction is to reveal the remaining tags. i was mortified. i was mortified because i thought a, this is my last day at work, b it's going to get taken out of of my paycheck every week. >> she says finance the biggest mistake she ever made on the show or best thing she has ever done on the show because now everybody is talking about the price is right. maybe she should head up marketing department. >> vanna white will do this next week. >> bring our price is right expert. in governor huckabee is joining us this morning. do you think she should lose other job over that or best thing that has happened to that show in years. >> nobody has been talking about price is rite until today. everybody is talking about it and now everybody wants to get on the show to get a car. i think it's fantastic it. you have to whop der was that done on purpose?
who knows somebody gets a car today. >> she looked mortified. >> governor good to see you after spending so much saturdays on this set. you are joining us from the road. a papal warning this morning. christians around the world celebrating christian weekend right now. the pope urged those to not ignore the persecution. did you see his message and what did you think? >> the pope is on target. i'm very very concerned that a lot of people are not paying attention to the fact that christians are being being targeted for slaughter. not just for violent attacks and not just for various forms of prejudice and bigotry, but they are being slaughtered. 147 students on the kenyan university campus where they systematically for hours went through that campus asking are you a christian? and then shooting them. this is just the sort of thing we have seen whether it was isis going door to door in the kurdish territory of iraq.
we've seen this kind of targeted action toward christians in various parts of the world. and it ought to really be a wakeup call. >> well where is the outrage about this governor? are we just as a society he too self-obsessed? are we spending too much time on social media and facebook page and instagram and not know what's going on around the world and not just right here in our immediate circumference? >> all the attention on things is even a big issue. mirror the federal laws. as a result you have people who are worried that somebody might not get a cake made. or that somebody might not get their basket of flowers made just like they want. or someone may not have a photographer to take their wedding pictures even though they can get one. instead we need to be talking about the fact that people who believe in jesus christ and who openly say that are being slaughtered, murdered. because of their faith. not because of anything they did but because of what they believe and that ought to
scare the daylights out of people. >> i want to get your take on the president's remarks about this that president obama writes. this he says words cannot adequate contempt the taste atrocities that took place at college where innocent men and women were braisingly and brutally massacred. we will stand hand in hand with the kenyan government and people against the scourge of terrorism in their efforts to bring communities together the future of kenya will not be defined by violence and terror. he is still set to take a trip there soon. was that strong enough from the president or could he be doing more? >> well, one can appreciate that the president called it terrorism, which it is. i don't understand though why the president cannot bring himself to specifically realize and even acknowledge that these were targeted attacks against christians? >> he has been very very protective. particularly of never wanting to use the word islamist when it comes to weather the fort hood shootings the little rock killing of soldier, the oklahoma city beheading of a woman at work.
we can -- numerous examples. but by the same token he never wants to bring religion into it and the fact is these often and most often are religiously motivated murders where one religion has targeted another and is slaughtering people in the most savage of ways. burning people alive. cutting the heads off of children with boko haram having done that proudly. and bragging about it. this is the kind of evil that needs to be called out for what it is. >> so when the satirical magazine charlie hebdo was attacked in paris the entire country of france seemed to rise up as one and say i'm on the side of the victims here. in the united states meanwhile as christians are being murdered abroad and all these countries in the middle east and africa. he elites in this country standing up for religious freedom at least when christians try i to exercise it. why is that? >> i think there is just sort of a bigotry toward
christians. that may sound ironic because christians are always the ones accused of being bigoted with. i'm around a lot of christians. i don't talk to people in my faith who are bigoted toward anybody. whether it's racial or sexual. i just don't. people who just want to be left alone. they want to live their lives. they want to express their faith. they want to be biblical. they want to be true to nature's law and to god's law. but they don't hate anyone. and they are not out to get anyone. they are not out to shut someone's business down. and to make it where people can't make a living because they disagree. yet, that's what christians are facing. where they're going to have a hard time making a living because they are being attacked and targeted. and whether it's economic which is certainly milder than the physical type of violence but the kind of economic targeting that he we are seeing in the united states is very disturbing and it's very unlike what america is supposed to be. governor, we saw, of course opponents to the laws in multiple states, arkansas and indiana saying that they were legal defense for
anti-gay discrimination arkansas on thursday, the house legislature there passed a revised version of the bill after governor hutchison asked for some changes. do you think the amendments were a good move? >> well i'm going to leave it to the states and the legislators and respect them having been in that process it's a delicate balance to walk sometimes. but, the point is there was nothing in either of those state's laws, not one word that had to do with sexual preference. nothing. it mirrored the federal law of 1993 that was exstoled, hellerred bi' bill clinton al gore and charles shurm all the democrats almost unanimously passed bipartisan measure in the house and the senate back in 1993. why the left suddenniblely finds the very language they embraced 22 years ago now so offensive, it's a manufactured crisis. this is exactly like the phony war on women. it's the left's version of trying to create an issue when there isn't one, so that they can manufacture
this notion that people who are conservative, people who are traditional people who might have a christian world view that those people are in fact out of the mainstream. and i don't know why more people just don't call them out for the hypocrisy, the duplicity that is behind it. and the phoniness that comes behind this all to create an issue that doesn't even exist. >> governor mike huckabee. will you stick around. >> we will see you in the next segment. we will be back in just a second. when we do come back. >> the governor is going to be responding to the first campaign ad of 2016 of the election from ted cruz. his thoughts on the senator and whether or not he will jump into the race. >> talk about holding a grudge. left wing activists angry with ronald reagan want the airport name removed.
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i would vote for ted cruz or do you say what is that? what's your reaction? >> i think it's a good ad. again, any ad that you can run that causes people to talk about it and air it for free? 8 years ago when we did an ad with chuck norris, the ad was chuck norris approved tongue in cheek ad. we only spent $10000 airing the ad, we got by all accounts almost $50 million worth of free air play on every network and online because that ad went viral. so any time you can find something, whether it's the first ad or because of its theme, another one we did at christmas which we didn't even intend to be controversial. i was sitting in front of a book shelf saying merry christmas. right before the iowa caucuses during christmas week. we didn't want to run a hard core political ad. the book shelf behind me people decided that it was a floating cross. and to this day if you google it, you will find
professional ad people saying that it was a subliminal message targeted attack. my gosh we weren't that smart. it was a stinking book shelf for heaven's sake. people talked about it so, yes, that's all it was. it's a great idea if you can get an ad out there that people will talk about rather than just the place that it's airing. >> the theme of, you know, him talking about his religion and how that will be part of his platform and it airing during killing jesus on fox last night. you know which obviously i'm sure had a ba bajillion viewers. 2016 scott walker on >> what do you make of it? >> who is going to win the world series not in 2015 but
in 2016? who is going to win the world series? which team and who will be on the mound pitching the closing game. >> philadelphia phillies. >> nice try, clayton. you know, you are pulling a homer for your phillies but look, the earn is we don't know. because we have got two seasons to play. here is my point. the polls are fascinating. great fodder for conversation. but whether it's a predictor of who is going to be president in november of 2016, we're a long way from that and these poll also fluctuate. >> we should noter way every candidate statistically tied because it's within the margin of error. great to he sue. >> good to see you aful you guys happy easter. >> happy ease easter. kids experimenting with a drug six times more harmful than marijuana. >> looks like peanut glittle didn't like this. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg
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straight from the courts we have quick legal headlines this morning. mark zuckerberg won't like this. the judge ordering facebook. he claimed he lent him money for auto% owner of facebook while they were still at harvard. he is currently a fugitive. and an update to a contentious territory dispute. we told you last year about this story. and judge dismissed charges against an upstate new york ice cream truck operator who allegedly tried to run over his rival, mr. ding ling to make him leave town. the driver for mr. ding ling
claimed his -- that would be snow cone joe pictured there stalked and harassed him. we're not taking sides. we will let you decide. anna? >> all right. that was entertaining. >> your kids might be getting their hands on a new type of drug. more dangerous than anything we have seen before. here to explain what they are david murray a senior fellow at the hudson instituted who worked in the federal government's office of drug policy. thank you for being with us. >> good morning anna, thank you. >> all of the examples you are going to telling us it seems like they are your typical drugs amped up a bit. the first one is called flocka. synthetic designer drug. >> new drug on the streets. amphetamine. stimulant concentrate and synthetic out of a drug been around a little bit. drug found in the middle east and somalia and ethiopia called cot.
as they settled they smuggled in cot as a plant. it's a sim atlanta. of course along come the designer chemist in the rogue labs they concentrate the chemicals inside cot and are now producing a highly potent very dangerous relatively new and somewhat unknown drug that is a flakka. intense effects of stimulation of adrenal like consequences for your heart. for blood pressure. and people have extraordinary strength the flight or fight type of syndrome. what you get is the possibility of seizure. you get high temperature rises. the brain begins to metaphorically boil and extremely dangerous and unknown substance. >> i think what parents are going to be worried about though is their access to this and how cheap is it? >> exactly. >> if it's very prevalent and you can get your hands on it it you know, what's the deal? the next one is shatter. what is this?
i guess it's marijuana concentrate been processed even more. >> yes, it is. it's actually the most dangerous and many regards it's not killing people outright but it's so widespread in america like marijuana. people have a false sense that they kind of know what marijuana is. i'm a baby boomer. i grew up with it i thought well, i know the nature of marijuana. and i can handle the risks. that marijuana from my day was 3% to 4% potency with thc. the chemical compound that is the the intoxicant on marijuana. today on the street average it's 13% to 14% thc. hang on a second. because of colorado and legalization. a new market has emerged with chemists once again concentrating so intensely the amount of thc and the new drug shatter is available in colorado because of legalization. it's being smuggled into all parts of the country. 700% to 80% thc. this is a neurotoxin and it
causes psychosis. >> it sounds like we are going to be seeing more of it. this next one fentanyl legal in the medical community but getting in the wrong hands tell us about this. >> it's opiate narcotic drug used used in medicine and anesthesiology. it's extraordinarily powerful. many more times powerful than heroin or morphine being diverted out of legitimate use on the street mixed heroin. being manufactured in rogue labs in mexico. smuggled into the country. people are adding it to heroin. this drug is so poo end potent. don't touch it can be absorbed through the skin. killing people better than a hammer right away? of course all of these drugs are dangerous for anyone particularly for young people whose brains are still developing. we really appreciate your time today and letting us know about these three drugs a lot of people probably haven't heard of david murray, thank you.
people ship all kinds of things. but what if that thing is a few hundred thousand doses of flu vaccine. that need to be kept at 41 degrees. while being shipped to a country where it's 90 degrees. in the shade. sound hard? yeah. does that mean people in laos shouldn't get their vaccine? we didn't think so. from figuring it out to getting it done, we're here to help.
>> shock of the morning when having a baby you spread the word to your family and friends. what about your dogs? >> how do you inform the pet of the new baby? this picture going viral online a cat named rocksy with a surprised look on her face after spotting an unidentified object in the house. >> the couple joked about forgetting to tell their cat about having a baby. the good news is the cat is fine with the baby now. even cuddling up with him from time to time. hear about dogs who take ownership looking after the little ones. >> not only do they do that all of my children when they got home from the hospital licked in the face by dogs, none of those dogs have ever been sick. like a polio shot. you are inoculated against everything awful. >> the power of like breast feeding and breast milk all the immunization. >> one of the post powerful
antibiotics known to man. >> they should bottle that up. >> i'm not a doctor. >> some may be offended by your comments. that's the way america is right now everyone is offended by everything. fake outrage over everything. >> here he is. on the program earlier. he is the publish everywhere for the federalist. listen. >> you have seen this collectivist, social justice warrior movement this army of offended people built up over the past several years that is now reaching the point where they have to find new targets. that includes targets that might agree with them on their liberal politics. the danger is that if we go down the road where we are not allowed to make fun of each other anymore. if you really allow these social justice warriors reach a point where we have to be protected by little bubbles and no way to ever make fun of anybody without running afoul of the way they view society. i think it's a very dangerous thing for american humor. and as someone who needs a good laugh these days, i think that's a really dangerous road to go down.
>> it's a dangerous thing for american life when people can't really express what they really think because your sincere thoughts are now classified as a hate crime? i mean all the people that voted for obama, all my neighbors he is going to bring the country together. that's a good reason to vote for a guy. more divided country than ever been. >> we have an outtake for from her piece this week in the new yorker. it was pretty funny. take a look. do the following statements refer, to a my dog, or b, my jewish boyfriend and then she lays out a laundry list of things. he doesn't tip, he never brings his wallet everywhere. urine crystals, sprained foot, beef allergy. in fact he has hair all over the his body like most males who share his background. >> she is allowed to do this her boyfriend is jewish. she obviously loves him. >> wasn't she jewish? >> it's like me if i was to get upset about blonde jokes or something. my mom actually sent me this from my aunt.
she had it on facebook two blondes were driving to disneyland the sign said disneyland left they started crying and headed home. can i laugh at that my mom's sister can laugh at that come on, let's not take ourselves too seriously. >> i never thought i would lena dunham. you are allowed to be funny. >> trevor noah seen this replacement for jon stewart on the daily show. people started going through twitter archives. he is a comedian. he had sent some off color remarks about different races. he also mentioned some things about jews. and he said, look, i was trying to be funny at the time. the jokes fell flat. but is a comedian. people were outraged. >> that's the view of many of our viewers this morning. donna writes this on facebook. people are too uptight and pc i'm sick of it. >> maria on facebook. if racial jokes are all these comedians can come up with that's pathetic on the other side. >> comedians should not have to worry about offending
people. by laughing at ourselves we can break down the barriers that separate us. lighten up. >> don rick kels would make fun of the stereotypes of race. he making fun of races but things we commonly perceive about race. >> or comedies tell the truth. >> touch on topics too uncomfortable to speak about in another way so you laugh instead of crying. >> go to our facebook page and weigh in. >> look at other stories we are following on your saturday morning for you. is he one of the secret service's agency's toughest critics. >> who are you holding accountable? >> well, we are going to wait. >> you are going to wait. that's the problem. >> we're going to wait. that's the problem. >> well now the agency is apologizing to utah congressman jason chaffetz after one of his old job applications went public. chaffetz had applied to the secret service but didn't get the job. homeland security secretary jay johnson says is he investigating that leak. a man with his family after
spending nearly three decades on death row for are two murders he did he not commit. his new found freedom came from a powerful message. >> oh, you are back. thank you lord. >> i want you to know there is a god. he stands high but he looks low. he will destroy but yet he will defend. he defend me. >> a judge dismissed the case of 58-year-old anthony ray hinton after prosecutors said there wasn't enough evidence to link him to the 1985 killings. upon further review forensic experts couldn't determine whether six crime scene bullets came from a gun investigators took from his home. talk about holding a grudge. a new survey finds d.c. democrats want reagan's name removed from the airport. they asked locals what they wanted to call the airport. young people had had no problem using reagan national but older liberal
commuters refuse to use the name. some say they are still mad about the way the names got passed saying it was forced on everybody by a small group powerful men in congress back in 1998. and those are your saturday morning headlines. we will see what's going on in the weather world with rick reichmuth. >> the big thing happened this morning, the eclipse. the shortest lunar eclipse of the century. hard to imagine. take a look at this time laps video we put together for you. this lasted five minutes but still going on out across parts of the west coast and alaska. that's where you will see the best view of it. if anybody took any pictures of this as it happened send pictures to me. i'm rick reichmuth at twitter. a guest here from ohio happy 50th birthday. >> thank you very much. >> first trip to new york are you loving it. >> yes, it's great. it's a lot of fun. >> did you get up early to watch the eclipse? >> no. >> that's what i figured. quick look at the weather map to show you what's going on across the country for tomorrow.
we will be watching a pretty nice day for easter. i will show you that map again in full next half hour. i blew across it. few leftover showers from that system that brought all the severe weather in the very heavy rain across kentucky and tennessee. down to the south and beginning to die out. good news. in across the northern plains, a great day, another warm one nebraska and kansas. plenty of sunshine and beautiful day even toward indiana and illinois. a 7 in indianapolis. out across the west we will start to see more rain move across the pacific northwest. higher elevation snow. great news they need it. more weekend out of that the next few days, clayton, sent it over to you. >> if you are looking to enjoy a easter brunch tomorrow. make your own at home. here with great ideas the whole family can enjoy everything from healthy to deep fried to kid friendly. celebrity chef and caterer jackson is here ahead of his big appearance on the food network. hey, chef. >> how is it going? >> congrats on that. >> thank you so much. happy easter. >> hi kids, how are you
guys? >> happy easter. these are my helpers. >> what's your name? >> madison. >> what's your name. >> leah? >> do you guys like to cook. >> yes. >> and we like to eat, too. >> start with this from a tad da over here. >> it's a vegetable fratada. it's a good spring edition. it has fresh peas in it. fresh scallions in it and some leeks. a nice way to start our easter brunch. >> you are disguising the green vegetables a little bit so the younger ones may want to eat it as well? >> why not? it's a good way to go. >> how about couscous. >> we put a lot of flavors in, all spice cinnamon. core an der, dried cranberries as well. shaved carrots on top. >> deep fried. improve on the eggs when you keep fry them. >> it's a delved egg too. >> not so healthy but delicious at the same time. >> how do you make these?
>> so what i did was i cut it in half and i made this filling and then i crusted it and deep fried it and then i put the topping on top. >> you said you made it. how do you make the fill. >> you take out the yoke and add a little mayo and mustard. >> you have never made a delved egg. >> my wife has an aversion to mayonnaise. i love them. >> there you go. >> we got some fun pancakes going on. excuse me for talking with my full. >> green eggs and ham. >> always equate east tore kind of a family gathering. i thought a fun way to involve the young ones would be colored pan pancakes. >> do you want to make some. >> we have been making some already. you will see rainbows and eggs here. but how about we do initials? >> you want to do some initials. >> you want to slide down? >> who wants the color blue? >> i like the color blue. >> all right. squirt it on there. >> don't touch it, all right? >> okay.
>> it's a liability. all right. >> we are going to let you ladies take it away thank you so much. >> thanks so much for having us. >> i like that idea. >> there we go. here is what is coming up on the program, this guy serving a life sentence for murder. a judge just ruled he can become a she. guess what, it's on your dime folks should that be allowed? a fair and balanced debate next. heating up "sports illustrated" as rookie of the year. even gotten attention of hollywood. mr. a lister just took her off the markets. ♪ sfx: engine sounds introducing the new can-am spyder f3. with a cruising riding position
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this particular matter. i appreciate that this is different in terms it of being a physical ailment but mental ailments also can be constitutionally protected and that is where the law is trending whether we agree with it or not. >> seth, is this the same as sickle cell anemia and if you had sickle cell anemia, how would you feel about that analogy? >> for someone who has that kind of condition that's serious. someone who needs constitutional protection to get medical treatment. there is one fact we haven't quite covered. the ultimate issue in this case is not whether the taxpayers should get gouged for hormone treatment but whether this person is now entitled to get sex reversal surgery at taxpayer expense and the judge ruled in this bizarre san francisco ruling that not only is he entitled to hormone treatment which he has been getting for 15 years but now that surgery should be paid at taxpayer expense, that's completely disconnected from the law and the facts. the law has been pretty clear that the courts throughout the united states have ruled that hormone
therapy, which the california taxpayers have general rulesly paid for roughly 15 years is constitutionally adequate. but to go way above that to the level of required surgery at taxpayer expense is not required. the first federal circuit appellate court threw out three months ago a decision from a boston judge that said exactly this. this is outrageous decision. i think that the department of corrections in california absolutely should appeal this as soon as possible. >> so, paul, as long as you are pretending it's biologically possible to change someone's sex and taxpayers should pay for it, what about the person who says i want to change my race? that's no more ludicrous. why shouldn't taxpayers pay for that too. >> it comes down to what the expert's testimony is and what the evidence is. your example is disconnected. i agree with you to say one has to change their race in order to have mental health. in this situation,. >> why is that more ludicrous? >> because ultimately it has been demonstrated as a as a
matter of fact people who suffer from transgender issues and dismorphia suffer mentally. test to constitutional law would it be cruel and inhuman to allow this person to continue with this particular malady. >> we'll see the first person who wants to change his race and who pays for it gentlemen thank you. we appreciate it. >> how many times has your phone died when you need it most. hidden trick to making your battery last longer. kurt, the cyber guy who always has the best advice on this stuff with smart phone secrets that you need to know. stay tuned for that and then hollywood is throwing support behind drum roll, please. you know hillary. in 2016. one icon says she has earned her spot in the white house. she is not entitled but you are obligated to vote for her. we will explain.
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well whether you're new to smart phones or consider yourself an apple whiz may be surprised to learn there are hidden tricks you can do with your smart phone. here is curt the cyber guy. >> great to see you. happy easter. we're talking about little tricks that are so easy to do. whoa, i didn't know. the first one is about where's my battery life going? there's a cool way to do this. if you go to settings, then simply scroll down to general and usage -- >> usage. >> just added this in ios8. >> you get battery usage. it's going to pop late below. it's looking to find out which of all my apps are eating the
battery life away. >> so there's one of the biggest defender, home and lock screen. they have all those notification and alerts on, it's constantly draining your battery. >> 30%, and mail is number two at 27%. >> you can tweak on mail by switching off whether or not it pushes or pulls your mail. you're going to get huge battery life. >> you set it so it doesn't check as often. >> exactly. next up photos someone texting you a photo and being able to look at the different photos. >> just opened up my messenger this is a buddy in san diego. details at the top right, if you scroll down, this is going to show you every single photo, god forbid he has sent a -- >> yeah. >> every single photo he's ever sent. applies to any of your friends. look at previous text messages and see which photos have been sent by that person historically. >> it's a great tip, you don't
to want scroll through text history to find it. >> slarlly, if we wanted to send richie our location again, details and so we're on the phone with your friend meeting up somewhere, your wife is somewhere else in the mall. let me send you my location, so now you click details once you're inside of messages and share my location. and then share it for an hour, you want to share it for the whole day, we'll pick one hour, and boom, off it goes to send exactly where we're located on a map. >> it's great for road trips, or hey i'm stuck in traffic. what about free directory assistance? >> this works no matter what kind of phone android, windows, iphone, you simply call this number for free 411 help. it's 800-free-411. why we would spend 250, no, $2.50 to just call 411 usually,
this is absolutely free if you're willing to listen. to listen to a ten second ad there you go. this is the ad, and then once you go through the ten-second ad, ask for directory assistance anywhere in the world. >> how about that. >> great tips. so many hidden features and bells and whistles they don't teach you. great to see you. >> more online at the website. >> and good thing those pictures were tame. senator ted cruz, first ad for 2016. do republicans have what it takes to win the white house? ann koulter will join us at the top of the hour. this baby is a couple days old, but already got a beef with president obama.
hi everyone, good morning today is saturday april 4th i'm anna coyman and this fox news alert. they went door to door asking for all the christians and shot them in the head. breaking details on a college campus masker and a brand new plea from the pope. 2016 race heats up hollywood icon throwing his support behind you guessed it hillary clinton. he says she's earned it. you have an obligation to vote for her. we'll tell you more. and to a real-life castaway story. stuck at sea for 66 days. he survived. rescuers are here with his incredible story of survival. now his beard is extra long. "fox & friends" starts now. >> they're awesome baby. >> hey. >> good morning. >> final four today. >> is that true? >> oh yeah. >> indianapolis will have all the highlights from tomorrow after the games wrap up today.
>> what don't we have on the show today? >> we have flowers too. 1-800-flowers, thank you so much for that. >> thank you for decorating our set. we have ann coulter here in moments she's going to join us about the news headlines her take on 2016. first the fox news alert yemen, unraveling right now with fighting getting so bad the united nations security council forced to call an emergency meeting. the tragedy of it all. the security council now considering putting saudi-led air strikes on hold as the death toll continues to rise in the country. >> john hudi is there with the latest on the growing crisis good morning, john. >> good morning. yeah, russia has called for quote unquote humanitarian clauses in those saudi air strikes amid the growing concern about increasing civilian casualty race. and that's what really the u.n. security council will be discussing later this afternoon there at the u.n. headquarters in new york. as we know, clayton and anna,
talker, saudi-led coalition, they have been attacking positions for more than a week now in yemen. over the past two days, the bombs has intensified in the city of aiden where the houthis took control thursday but since pulled out because of the air strikes and also ground attacks. saudi arabia has been helping the anti-houthi forces on the ground. yemen has really spiralled into chaos after they took control of the capital sanaa in february. and there's continued concern about the country being torn apart by civil war. some believe, that's really already happened. remember, al qaeda and the arabian peninsula is based out of yemen as they're battling for control of certain parts. and also isis militants have also been fighting for control and claimed responsibility remember for that bombing in sanaa in last month. at this point the u.n.
estimates that more than 500 people have been killed in the fighting and that includes an estimated 100 children. anna, clayton, tucker back to you. >> thanks for the live report from jerusalem. countries we thought were stable and alive are now in a state of total chaos. and parked in the chaos really often the victims of it christians around the world being targeted by radical islam. also in africa, slaying of 147 christians at a school in kenya just a few days ago. >> it cannot be ignored. that's what pope francis today today in the coliseum in rome. basically saying, everybody needs to speak out against isis and take action. and you know, we're learning a little bit more about this, this massacre, essentially at college campus from al shabaab militants. and essentially went door to door looking for christians. initially they were just killing everybody not discriminating
then they took hostages letting all the muslims run free and executing the christians, shooting them in the head. >> yeah the vatican's official preacher also came out and called attention to this. accused the rest of the world of being silent on christian persecution and mentioned the beheadings, also 22 christians in libya last month, but president obama, not being quiet on this issue. came out with a statement about the kenyan massacre saying words cannot condemn the terrorists atrocities that took place at the college, we will stand hand in hand with the kenyan government and people against the scourge of terrorism. the future of kenya will not be defined by violent and terror. earlier on in the show, governor mike huckabee said it was encouraging to hear the president mention terrorism, he didn't talk about islamic fundamentalism, listen. >> he never wants to bring religion into it, the fact is these often, and most often, are religiously motivated murders. where one religion has targeted
another, and is slaughtering people in the most savage of ways, burning people alive, cutting the heads off of children with boko haram having done t that proudly. and bragging about it. this is the kind of evil that needs to be called out for what it is. >> so why is it important to be honest about the threat you face? because it's very hard to respond adequately if you don't know what you're fighting against. kenya is a perfect example. this was not carried out about kenyans, it was somalis living in kenya. >> they have become al shabaab militants with, the obama administration is also importing thousands into the united states and quite a number have been an-ended on their way back to the middle east to join groups. maybe there's a connection here. maybe our immigration policy ought to be thought through a little bit. >> and also, we just got in a short time ago, that al shabaab publicly said they are about to
carry out more attacks. right on the heels of this kenya attack. >> they're taking this publicity and running with it. you can't say that now we have yemen on the brink and this going on in kenya and neighboring somalia, you can't say that yemen and somalia are a model for how we should be handling terrorism. >> you can say, this is a really scary part of the world, filled with a lot of stuff we don't understand, why would you want to import the risk into the united states? that's exactly what this administration is doing and what's the point? who benefits. >> there's been so much criticism about president obama's foreign policy as we start to see the 2016 race unfold. ted cruz launched the very first campaign video. you're going to see many, many more of these of course. here's the first one of the 2016 campaign season, ted cruz, take a look. >> were it not for the transformative love of jesus christ, i would have been raised by a single mom without my
father in the house. god's blessing has been on america from the very beginning of this nation. over and over again when we face impossible odds the american people rose to the challenge. this is our fight, and that is why i am running for president of the united states. i'm ted cruz, and i approve this message. >> something to make a big splash airing last night during the bill o'reilly's killing jesus and on easter weekend definitely poignant for folks. we to want hear from him also how that religion, how his christianity is going to be affecting how he would lead from the oval office. >> it's curious to see if he gets early movers. the polls near the fox news poll out this morning here's thousand shakes up among republican primary voters. scott walker at the top of the list there jeb bush excuse me. in 12%. ben carson had 11%, ted cruz down there at 10% tied with
huckabee. >> 5% margin of error they're all statistically tied. i don't know what i think of the ted cruz ad i wish i was half as articulate, i don't know if this ad kind of draws me to the ted cruz campaign or not. it'll be interesting to see if his numbers move. here he's been the most i think aggressive of all the candidates, defining himself, putting out the first spot of the campaign. >> larry was on earlier to talk about the political landscape as we see it right now in 2015 for 2016, listen. >> we're going to have something similar to what we saw four years ago. you'll have some roller coastering, there are so many candidate candidates on the republican side, some will get a week, month maybe a year in the sun, but they're going to go up and down. it's a good thing for scott walker that he's done as well as he has in the early rollout. that's a plus for him, but it doesn't mean much in the long run because early polls can be
so deceptive. >> you follow politics so carefully and have for so many years, how much does early momentum matter? >> well it used to matter a lot. republicans want to get behind a guy. they want to anoint a leader early, they don't like chaos. they respect tradition. and so typically, they pick someone early and stick with him. that didn't happen last time and i don't see it happening this time. >> the early moving, general introduction, then deeply with issue ads, more specific on the websites. you see the trickle effect. if you're hillary clinton, you don't need to worry about this. >> there's only one choice you're the only choice. >> and we know you so well that according to robert de nooer row who came out yesterday with a comment about hillary clinton she's earned the right to be president. you don't need to have any of the ads. robert de nooer row said this, she's paid her dues. no surprises and she's earned the right to the president of the head of the country at this
point. it's that simple. and she's a woman which is very important because her take on things may be what we need. >> put her into the box, she's a woman, it's time for a woman. that offends me. i would want to be judged on my resume, not on my sex. >> but it's already her job she deserves it. you get one choice, this is like the soviet shopping style, you know, we have, there's one kind of meat, and you're eating it. hillary clinton is the only option for democrats and they better like it because again, she's earned it. not entitled, but she's earned it. >> let us know your thoughts on that. >> it's funny. other stories headlines and extreme weather turning deadly in the south. body of a woman has been found inside a car swept away by flood waters outside of lexington, kentucky. she tried to drive through the high waters when she veered off and into the fast moving creek.
it was initially believed a child was with her, kentucky state police say the woman was alone in that car. and another fox news alert, dangerous convicted murder is off the streets this morning. cameron taylor escaped an illinois prison south of chicago after punching and choking a guard allegedly. officials say the 23-year-old then stole the guards uniform and took the keys and took off in his suv. taylor was busted after being spotted by officers responding to a suspicious individual call. and new overnight a diver fights for his life after being bitten by a shark off the coast of florida. he was spear fishing three miles offshore in the water near west palm beach. the group he was with rushed him back to the shore. he has injuries to his head and neck and listed in fair condition this morning. and a woman becomes a new momma all because of president obama. traffic came to a standstill in louisville, kentucky, thursday after the commander and chief
arrived three hours late for a woman. during the gridlock, she went into labor while she was in the back seat of a car. >> it happened very, very quickly and she pushed one time and the head delivers, and then she pushed again and the baby was born. >>son ya is a nurse and coincidentally right behind the woman, rushed to help her deliver the baby and the baby boy is named arly, we wish them well. >> presidential motorcade, they move fluidly, i'm surprised that happened. you could probably have a whole nice sit down dinner. someone important needs to get to lunch you'll wait. coming up here on the show, religious freedom under fire, arkansas and indiana. republicans vowing to change those bill prps they caving to the liberal left? ann coulter says yes. spineless she says she's here live to respond. it's not the typical season to run. catching this buffalo, first llamas now buffalos what's
well the governors of arkansas and indiana caving to pressure from the left after backlash over the state's religious freedom laws reached epic, epic proportions. are republicans tough enough to win the white house? that's the question for the next guest. ann coulter she joins us great to see you. >> great to be on set. >> they revised these laws i'm no lawyer, but you are, what i can tell it made the law so confusing meaningless, is this the case? >> yeah, i think so. and just the claim that oh, we didn't do it right, we should have consulted more. this law is on a federal law ready, it's on the books in what, 20 other states.
and contrary to what i've been hearing on a lot of television shows, it's identical to the law obama supported. that clinton sign that was pushed by schumer the confession with liberals have yes, by corporations in indiana, but only persons other place. well, that's the same thing. when it comes to first amendment rights. all the corporation is is a group of people, and you can see why, i mean, what does defamation law mean if you can't be soothed because you have a first amendment right, but fox news can be for something you say. that's why it's the same thing, legally. >> take on the candidates, how do the candidates play? jeb bush came out, talking about whether or not you could, your phone's vibrating. >> i wanted to tweet that i was going to be on that's the only reason it's here. >> how do the candidates play? >> i think very badly. you know, you see this a lot, as i run my doll um this week, we've been going through hate
week different hate week every month. all the media does now is create a series of fake stories that we're all required to respond to from ferguson, hands up don't shoot, duke uva fraternity frak rape, -- fake rape. and now the gay laws. it's a nonsense story it's a fake story we're being forced to respond to. a lot of republicans get scared by the media's hysteria and instantly come up with a cowardly response as for example, i think rand paul with ferguson. he is denouncing the military vehicles, you know the excess military vehicles that were being sold to police and he blames that for upsetting upsetting the black community in ferguson. well then we'd have two days of riots could we intersperse rand paul's denunciation with the tanks of the riots.
now politicians are saying something was done wrong here. >> looking ahead to 2016 does this set the stage what happened in indiana and arkansas, this will not be the only story on this issue. does it mean that you stand your ground, you're a bigot? >> no it doesn't. >> is that how it's setting the stage? >> no, i think as with hands up don't shoot, once the dust settles, which is why i'd recommend to republican politicians, whenever liberals are being hysterical try not to suck up to them. it's going to make you look bad two weeks later. >> does it work though? do you win their love? >> no, it makes them go for blood more. i think at the same time it's worth saying because i was annoyed with some of the alleged tea party type for saying that romney wasn't tough enough. at the same time, the nominee has to be gentlemanly and gracious. it's the pundits being the
attacks dogs as harry reid was for obama as we've all been talking about this week. lying on behalf of obama. what your candidates stand back and be gracious, but at the same time, you know, don't start capitulating a nonsense story. >> i think the best story is we learned that harry reid works now the his bathroom. >> ann coulter, great to see you. >> great to see you. >> thanks for coming. >> can you believe that? >> that's how he got injured. criminals applying for jobs no longer have to deal with pesky background checks, why? because it's discriminatory. sailor stuck at sea for 66 days survives. rescuers here with his incredible story, next. ♪
hi friends, happy saturday, time for your news by the numbers. first 298, that's how many tea party groups the irs unfairly scrutinized after they applied for tax-exempt status. a judge now ruling the agency must identify who was targeting. the groups are considering a lawsuit. next $842,000, that's how much cash has been collected for the indiana pizzeria forced to close after saying it wouldn't cater a gay wedding. the owners say it hopes to reopen. finally $66,000, that's the street value for the amount of heroin a gautama lan man reportedly smuggled on to an airplane by hiding it in a seat cushion. customs officers discovered it inside a man's bag during an inspection at jfk airport. clayton. i was flying through the air summer salting, and the
feeling was the floor and the ceiling was the floor. this side was every side. and everything was upside down and backyards. and i was just rolling around. >> wow. incredible story of survival. sailor missing for 66 days after his sailboat capsized found alive. here with the dramatic rescue story, two of the men who helped save him. todd farrell and rescue swimmer kyle mccullen. nice to see both of you, thanks for joining us. >> good morning. >> commander todd i want to ask you first, what did you think? >> when the call came in from district 5 i assumed this was a medivac. there was a survivor in the sea for 66 days and that put a new twist on the actual mission itself. >> kyle, he was out there for 66 days, shipping container spotted him, what did you see when you got on scene, what did he look like? louis jordan, what did he look like? >> we were surprised by his
condition. once we got there, we were hovering over here he was standing outside. we were expecting him to have a broken shoulder, and a lot worse condition than he really was, but we were really excited to see him standing no splint on his shoulder and he was doing well. >> todd, how did he survive? >> i can't say how. i don't know what he had on his boat before he left. i do know that there is a human will that he probably had that helped him survive the ordeal. and it was just nice for him to be able to take that and to get him back to his family. >> kyle it was a big issue for fuel to rescue him. how far out and what was the fuel concern you had? maybe you guys were going to run out of fuel? >> it was one of the things where we took off knowing approximately where he was, but we worked with the u.s., george bush, we refuelled there to make sure we had enough fuel. obviously a big concern there is running out of fuel. so you know, taking more fuel at that point was the best option
that we had. >> wow. what did you do when you got up there in the aircraft? food on hand, how do you treat after 66 days without food? how do you prepare? >> normally you don't want to feed someone that hasn't eaten for so long or wasn't hydrated. you want top give them very very little increments of water. he was able to sustain a good source of food and water and by the time we pulled him off the vessel, they gave him a good meal and water as well. we didn't have to worry about that. >> good meal nice shower and a shave, get cleaned up. todd farrell and kyle mccullen, thanks so much for your service and great story. promised most transparent administration in white house history. >> i have a track record of transparency. i'll make our government open and transparent. we'll do it in a transparent way. i want transparency, accountability. >> now there's word the obama administration is about to get even more secretive.
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♪ ♪ here comes peter cotten tail ♪ ♪ easter's on its way ♪ ♪ bringing every girl and boy baskets full of easter toys ♪ ♪ things to make your easter bright and gay ♪ >> are your eggs all dyed for east they are year? make little divers like you see here. >> oh. >> and for some texture, what about these, i love this? emoji eggs. oh yum. >> how about pineapple eggs? big in the south pacific. >> or lego head eggs, make one for each member of your family. >> send us your best easter photographs or your worst easter fails. we don't want to put anything too shocking on the air, but you know, tv-ready stuff, send it to us. >> see the kiddies outside, we have a whole thing set up on the plaza this morning, we're doing our egg-strav began za.
>> cad berry cream eggs? >> you like those? >> i love them. >> the peanut butter filled. first we need to do the stories. headlines, suspected terrorist taking care. new details about the two bin laden-loving women facing terror charges. the new york daily news reporting at least one woman worked at a preschool in queens new york. workers there refusing to go into details about their co-worker. want to be terrorists were believed to be planning an armageddon-style attack. they found propane gas tanks and instructions on converting them into bombs during the bust. no background checks, no problem. the virginia governor is banning background checks for state employees. the democrat signed an executive order to ban the box. removing questions regarding criminal history. he says because it's the season, which is about forgiveness. give people second chances. virginia is now actually the 15th state to ban the box.
no service for church tomorrow. the word setter which church in jackson, mississippi, rented out one of the rooms at the university of mississippi medical center to accommodate the 1500 people they were planning to have for the service. the university cancelling a week before easter because quote the climate was not conducive for the service. the church's contract was locked blocked in back in january. caught on camera. livestock on the loose. sthoz wild. large buffalo takes police on a chase in texas. his name is big boy. and it's his sixth time this week he's escaped from the enclosure. he really wants out of there. >> 1800s. that would have covered a hole country side of a hill. now there's one. >> there are wild animals on the loose across this land. >> what a gait he has. >> the owner was so desperate that big boy jumped over two tall fences one electric and
one barbed wire. >> its been plenty adequate for 25 years, but this one is a jumper. >> he's a jumper. officers were able to capture the bison. the owner plans to move big boy to a bigger farm. >> steer clear of animals like that. >> he just wants to be free. set him free. >> he's our terrible pun-master. >> terrible? >> puns of the highest effectively effectively. he was wounded in afghanistan. they are teaming up to return the favor. >> in a few moments, they'll give a wounded warrior the keys to a brand new car. rick wrightsmith joins us live along with toyota operation's manager jason kellier. good morning. >> good morning guys, this is one of the most exciting things. every year we have a new car to give away. coming from toyota jason tell
us about why toyota's involved. you have a thing called hiring our heroes, you do a lot for veterans. >> toyota is very, very thankful for the veterans and service and sacrifice they provide. we've been with the new york auto show, this is the third year of giving away the vehicle to a wounded war yore. we've been there for eight years and our hiring heroes initiative, we really feel passionate about giving veterans coming back from the wars a meaningful career at one of our 1,200 dealerships around the country. >> thank you for hiring our vets. today we're here for you, freddy i want to talk about your story a little bit. you had a big career as a graphic designer and 9/11 happened, that changed everything for you. >> first of all, i want to say thank you to toyota, wounded warrior project, and the va for giving me such a great opportunity. yes, i worked as a designer for seven years, then after 9/11, i
got wounded in afghanistan. hit with a rpg in 2008. two years, you know to be able to get confident and be productive. and so what can i say, it's hard to believe that six years ago was the worst time of my life. and today i'm in new york getting a brand new car. it's amazing. thank you. >> it's a great story. one of the things that really brought you was you do cycling now. and your wife encouraged you to do this. it changed your life. >> let me tell you, this is what happened, best things that ever happened to me. and what i do now, 40 to 60 miles every day. i've been competing that's what i do now full-time. looking forward to qualifying for rio in 2016 and i want to say thank you to my wife and
family for the support. >> let's get you in the new car. great family right here, let's hop in. you can get in the back seat, kids, wife in the front seat. go in hop in the car right here. really great modifications in this. you've lost your right leg above the knee, so they've made modifications so you can drive this all with your left leg and have a place to rest your prosthetic. >> it's going to be so much easier. >> a lot easier than hand cycling. >> definitely. >> all right. jason, if you want to give the key, and hand the key over, congratulations on your brand new car. toyota, thank you very much. >> thank you, toyota. and i'm so i'm so thankful for everything. thank you. thank you so much. >> we're thankful for you and what you've done and the sacrifice for your family. thank you very much. enjoy it. congratulations. >> thank you. >> all right. that's it from the new york auto show, opens up in 15 minutes.
>> what a great story thank you rick. >> thanks, rick. well, do atheists deserve extra protection under the law. details on the trend that could be coming to a city near you. that's right, and have you dyed your easter eggs yet? the secrets every parent needs to know in the easter egg strav began za. first neil cavuto for a look at what's coming up on the cost of freedom business block, neil. >> hey guys, good morning, now whatever you call what these guys are celebrating that you're scramble scrambling. is that why we should all be worrying about it? terrorists coming a long way, just look at these terror suspects living here in and around us. are we sending enough to keep them from harming us? after the heist these protesters still telling mcdonald's to take a hike? we're on it. see you soon.
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historic and controversial move coming out of madison wisconsin historic and controversial city. it's the first in the country to pass legislation listing atheism as an officially protected class. >> how will that impact discrimination lawsuits and could other cities follow suit? we're joined now be a former department of justice official jay christian adams, good morning. >> good morning, anna. >> where does this hostility come from in the first place towards christians? >> this was driven by the freedom from religion foundation. it's a group of angry atheists they have a very large and powerful group of supporters, and they hecker it governments as they team up. for example they were behind the irs, getting the irs to target and monitor sermons and
homilies by christian pastors. this is a group that's filled with hostility towards people of faith. >> never just about tolerating their views, it's about attacking other people's views. anita weir is one of the voices behind this. here's the explanation she said this is important because i believe it's only fair that if we protect religion in all its varieties, we should also protect non-religion from discrimination. it's only fair. that does in some sense seem fair, but that's not exactly their aim, is it? >> no, and it never works out that way. not only does bring lawsuits, but don't forget this is a local ordnance, tucker, and that means that a whole body of bureaucrats will spring up that will be tasked with heck tarring people of faith, badgering in wisconsin people of faith who might not want to hire somebody. you know there's a lot of reasons why christians or jews might not want to hire an atheist, in fact it's in the new testament. it says things such as avoid
them them, disassociate with them, you might have a job for example where you want someone who believes in a higher power, for example, maybe you're running and airline and hiring pilots who you prefer they may be believe in hell. i know that sounds extreme, but that shows you why religion is so important to so many people. and to tell people you can't hire people of faith or only people of faith intrudes on their free exercise of faith. >> well the freedom of from religion foundation is trying to make this a trend across the country. they're encouraging other cities to pass similar legislation. they say we encourage free sought activists including the increasing number of local public officials. work to introduce and replicate this protection at their city county, or even state levels. do you think this can happen? >> yes, i do. because these people are so committed to their own version of theology, they have such hatred of christians and jews,
and publicly exercising their faith. this is a story as old as time. this weekend guys is a story of escaping and overcoming this kind of hatred. christians and jews have been putting up with this for thousands of years people who don't like that they believe, so we're pretty much used to it by now. once again, it always seems to find new ways to attack and destroy and erode at the free exercise of religion. >> well and there's of course a political element. if there's no god then the highest authority is government. >> that's of course right, tucker. >> that's why it was founded on exactly the opposite principle. exactly the opposite principle that men have individual dignity, women have individual dignity because they're created in the image of god. and that's what these people can't stand is we live in a country that it respects and treasures religious beliefs. >> jay christian adams thank you for being on fire with your faith this morning. >> thanks. >> thanks. coming up, big changes
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transparency? >> i have a track record of transparency. >> i'll make our government open and transparent. >> we'll do it in a transparent way. >> i want transparency. the press corps putting together a list of demands concerning access. this comes after the administration kept reporters from a meeting with mormon leaders. >> in an historic decision in the nfl, as they are reportedly set to take on their first full-time female referee. she has been a rising star in the officiating program which was set up three years ago. she is one of seven new refs for the 2015 season. >> it's easter egg time, guys. >> the easter bunny is coming early to 48th and 6th for "fox and friends." give us some easter egg decorating tips. >> good morning. >> this is really crafty. how should we improve the
age-old tradition of decorating easter eggs. >> we have a manage ideas right here. not a million, a few. >> these are epsom salts. >> they make them sparkly and beautiful. take some craft glue. >> you guys are doing that better. how are you doing over here? >> great. >> roll it in epsom salts and it makes sparkly eggs. >> you take an egg. aren't they beautiful? tie that rubber band around it and put it in your food coloring. let it sit there and dry completely before you take the rubber band off. >> that is so cool. you have buttons here.
>> a styrofoam or plastic egg and glue gun the buttons on. >> what about these golden eggs here. how do you pull that off? >> those are beautiful, right? this is just gold gilding paint and a natural sponge. then you just press it right on that colored egg and it makes a gilded egg. >> what about the ones you do want to eat? you have pastel m&ms. they look delicious. >> these are jars you have if your house. juice jars, mason jars. take this japanese paper tape. it's so cute. you wrap that around your jars like that and make designs. >> i see a lot of people using that tape for scrapbooking.
>> just about anything. >> you can see a put a little grass in my mason jar. we are building a basket in a jar. then you can put the candy in the jar. pile it all in. >> you leave these for the kids. >> it's something fun to open up. it's a great gift. >> lou, how old are you? >> 3 1/2. >> 3 1/2 years old. what did the easter bunny bring you? you you got, bud? looks like gummy bears. he's trying to be polite. >> you did a great job with your sticky tape. what is your name? >> mason. >> and you are using a mason jar. how did we plan that? good job guys. over here what about this table here? easter grass here?
we want to thank a to z party planning for helping us out. how are you doing here? a little shy. >> tucker, have you already colored your eggs at home? >> no. i'm throwing them at children. they love it when you do that. >> that's like having bacon in your pocket with the dogs. >> unbelievable. >> stay tuned. if a denture were to be put under a microscope we can see all the bacteria that still exists. polident's unique micro clean formula works in just 3 minutes, killing 99.99% of odor causing bacteria.
♪ i'll be there ♪ >> we've got a lot of kids out here on the plays's for our easter egg extravaganza. thanks for joining us. >> our thanks for abc party planning. when you go to hometalk.com, we are probably going to crash your site. >> i'm sure you are. >> what kind of tips are on the site? >> diy expert place. you can ask questions and experts and homeowners will answer those questions. bloggers and homeowners post to that site and you can interact with them. >> diy, those are a lot of home projects. >> home and gardens. this is what i want to be doing
to my walls right now. >> thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule. >> bye. they're loving that new deal in iran but some of our allies look like they want to run. france saying it wanted stiffer conditions. yes, france. and israel? >> such a deal does not lock you on the path to the bomb. such a deal paves you on the path to the bomb. the deal would lift sanctions almost immediately. and this is the very time iran is setting up its aggression. >> the reason why some here say forget lifting sanctions on iran. it's time for congress to levy more sanctions on them. hi, everyone, i'm brenda