is, in black and white, and lots of red. hundreds upon hundreds of pages that say the same thing. we have given up. you wonder why yesterday i was building a rocket. i'm going to leave you guys. pay attention. hello, everyone. i'm andrea tantaros along with bob beckel, eric bolling, dana perino, and bob beckel. it's 5:00 in new york city, and this is "the five." >> well, a lot of americans are fed up with our government, they want to feel great about our country again. today, rick perry gave them a voice and some encouragement with this fiery speech at cpac. >> get out of the health care business. get out of the education business. stop hammering industries. let the sleeping giant of american enterprise create prosperity again. my fellow conservatives, the future of this nation is upon you. it belongs to you.
>> well, there's a reason why america is the greatest country on earth u and it certainly isn't because of our government. it's because of the people. something this recent cadillac ad masterfully reminded us of. >> why do we work so far? for what? for this? for stuff? other countries, they work, they stroll home, they stop by the cafe, they take august off. off. why aren't you like that? why aren't we like that? because we're crazy driven hard working believers, that's why. those other countries think we're nuts. whatever. were the wright brothers insane, bill gates, ali? but i digress. it's pretty simple. you work hard, you create your own luck, and you gotta believe anything is possible. as for all the stuff, that's the upside of only taking two weeks off in august. >> all right, it wasn't just that ad, dana. there's been a growing trend where advertisers and businesses are choosing to put these
pro-american ads out there. we talked about the trucks god made a farmer ad from the super bowl. mike rose ads that are very pro-business and work. the ad companies must have figured out this is what people want. >> they do constant market research. every day, you get market research to find out what are your consumers going to want to buy, are they working, not working? to me, they followed the market, the money, and they figured out this is how they're going to attract more customers to their shops or the showroom to buy more products. >> eric, the left is going crazy over this cadillac ad. they're calling it american ugliness, and rush limbaugh reacted on radio. take a listen. >> oh, gee. so here you have cadillac and their ad agency. what are they using to sell this thing? the american dream. the old adages. hard work, success, climbing the
ladder. work hard and work hard and don't think about vacations first. you thing about your work. you find something you love. you go out and you do it, and yeah, you require stuff. and there's nothing wrong with acquiring stuff. there's nothing wrong with improving their lifestyle. and the left is just livid. >> eric, what's wrong with acquiring stuff? don't we all love stuff? >> follow the money, thank you, dana. pro capitalism, free markets. and dana is roinj, the pendulum is swinging back to this patriotic american consumer who want to buy stuff. i have to tell you, that will probably play out in the 2014 election. that ad was perfect, amazing. i was gripped to the end to the very end. you know what happens at the end? he pulls the plug out of the electric cadillac. no, no. let's go with gas-guzzling american pro-oil big car. that would have been perfect.
>> but you know why it's crazy? because basically it's a prius for men. it's basically said don't buy a prius. that's for whoever. >> maybe that was their nod to the left at the very end. >> the comrblsh isn't the controversy. the controversy is that there's a controversy about saying this. that the message is somehow unique or unusual. the ad's message is seen as shocking, then so should be good manners and proper hygiene. these are things we group up, we lived with. what is controversial really is we live in a country that is run by a snide cupaul that considers pate reism a form of leberousy and exceptionism is shocking. neil mcdonagh, amazing villain. >> he probably had to keep his voice down, which looks like he's in his l.a. backyard so all the lefties in l.a. didn't hear him filming the commercial. >> in case you miss rush limbaugh's radio program, you could watch "the five" because
we have him on so much. there's nobody else to put on to talk about this. the other thing is that cadillac commercial, anybody who watched justified, that's the dude who got his hand off -- sorry. my phone. a good old american patriotic phone. probably is made in china. but the other thing about this that is amazing to me, you look at the walmart ads. we're not going to show that, right? i'm trying to turn it off. >> i'll turn it off. >> don't look at my -- >> i won't. >> so here's the thing. walmart runs an ad showing american workers at work with hard hats. this is the company responsible for shutting down more manufacturing in this country and sending it to china than any other company in the history of the company. >> they employ more americans than any other company. >> not in those jobs. >> what's wrong with those jobs? >> they're in china. >> there's almost 2 million
workers in america, 1.6 million american workers. >> they sell stuff that's made in china. >> you know why? because the minimum wage laws. >> the unions. >> no, the minimum wage laws. the jobs you're so concerned about right now, they go to places like china. >> greg, isn't it multiculturalism versus pate reism. we talked about the coca-cola ad which was also controversial. >> a consequence of identity politics which is, sorry, bob, driven by the media and royalty on campus is to frar a country into slivers of angry victimhood. maybe this is an encouraging sign that the slivers are coming together under the new umbrella of patriotism. that would be nice, but i'm not holding my breath. if the liberals wanted the commercial to be made, it would be buy this car but only if you think you're no better than
anyone else. >> the ad was playing on "good morning america." and they did not know at the table how to even react to this type of patriotism. watch this and i'll get you to react. >> what's wrong with taking more than two weeks off? >> nothing. >> but you're made to be feeling guilty because you're not worker hard. >> you didn't take your vacation days. sad. >> none of those people at that dev got to where they are today with the european -- and i can say this, even the mediterranean work mentality. >> i would love to take two weeks off but it's not going to happen. that's not when i am because i would rather be here with all of you. >> what would you do? >> i would go to africa and help young people. and the thing -- >> that was my answer. >> -- about the cadillac piece, i know if i want to have a cadillac, i'm going to have to work really hard for it, budget
appropriately, and i think that on the electronic piece of it, that is kind of where the market is going. people like the idea, new consumers that are able to afford a cadillac now, want to have that kind of environmental responsibility on -- as part of a product they would buy. so i would love to have the two weeks off. i would also love to have a cadillac. that can't necessarily happen in the same timeframe. >> you're talking about some people are frozen in the '50s who don't want the electric cars. >> you pointed your finger at me. i like the idea of an electric car. the problem is we can't make an electric car. gm, we're incapable of doing it. toyota is close, but we can't do it. crap cars we're putting out, i'm telling you, we don't have the technology. the battery is this fat all the way up to the middle of the car. >> this is an ad for general motors, the company saved by barack obama. the american car company. that's good. and by the way, last month,
175,000 jobs were added to the obama recovery. take that one. >> how many people were long-term unemployed? >> way down. instead of going up, spending went up. numbers are all in the right direction. >> that's not the case. >>io can't just throw that out there. 175,000 jobs created in an economy that should be created about 350,000 per month. >> unemployment went up. >> the rate went up, and this, the structurally unemployed is elevated. the work force is the smallest it has been in 40 years. not getting one iota bigger. >> fewer people working part-time jobs and you're saying because of obamacare -- >> bob, more people are at temp agencies than ever. >> less than 40 hour a week jobs went down. >> why? >> because obamacare helped. >> why is that the case? less than 40 hours a week? because of obamacare. >> no, no, because you guys -- >> because of obamacare, bob. >> i said they went down.
>> the labor force is at its lowest percentage in 40 years. >> it has something to do with pro-obama, but could you give me facts about what happened to the part-time work. >> why did they have to change the formula to calculate the unemployment rate? >> why not? >> i rest my case. on that note, much more to come on "the five," including our facebook free for all. send in your questions for us to answer right now at facebook.com/thefivefnc. up next, the growing outrage over the decision by new york city's mayor to ax charter schools from city space that have helped a lot of disadvantaged kids succeed. details on that when we return. [ laughter ]
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schools last month. a move that left nearly 200 harlem children educationally homeless. how do the parents of these displaced children feel? take a look at the ads running in new york city. >> i love charter schools but the fact is i need the help. i was brought up in the era where you were told it takes a village to raise a child. this is my village. >> we need charter schools to continue to keep on going. they're doing a great job for my kid and for thousands of parents' other kids. >> as regular students, we're going to give you the greatest education. we need these politicians to keep our schools open. >> i voted for de blasio, but i didn't vote for you to take my child's future. >> andrea, i'm going to start with you, new york politics expert. bill de blasio said he was going to do this. in some ways, you may say, he won by 85% of the vote, even though the participation rate was low, so maybe did the parents end up with the government their chose? >> i don't think they know what they were voting for because
these charter schools in new york city have over 90% minority students. over 70% low-income students. this is not an issue that's limited to new york city. this is why this matters. this is a national issue because progressivism is back. we thought that bill clinton killed it. bill clinton, to his credit, was a proponent of charter schools, but the progressive wing has come back in a big way with bill de blasio. and this exposes them for what they are, the way they're going after the charter schools, which are excellent. they're not about making people's lives better. they're about making people's lives equally terrible. they're doing it one school at a time and one child at a time, and even maus cuwits, she's a democrat, kids first, unions, you can wait in the back. that's not bill de blasio's and not the wing of the democratic party. >> we go out at night with nets and look for a poor kid -- >> this is what you're doing by hijacking their education. >> those ads are very powerful,
and they have been running -- i watched local news and local programs. and so i have been seeing these ads. and it's actually becoming a national issue for the democrats. bill de blasio is down to 39% approval already. >> i wouldn't call him one of the most powerful democrats in the country. the most powerful in new york, maybe, but this is going to shock you a bit. i think he's wrong. i think he's kowtowing to the teachers unions. there's no fiscal reason to do this. there's every reason -- the standard test scores are 85% to 90% for the kids in the schools versus about 70% in schools where they're going to go to. charter schools have to be the alternative. you have to give it up, teachers unions. >> why not find a way, from a business perspective if you're the mayor, find a way that's working like that and expand it rather than shut it down. >> bob is right. going directly back to the people who voted for him and probably fnlss his campaign and said i'm going to push back on
the charter schools because i owe you, unions. teachers unions, especially, but bob, listen to what you said. if it's working, if the charter schools are outperforming the public schools. maybe we should look at it. guess what? they're outperforming -- they're outperforming the public schools. >> the only problem with charter schools is they're expanded to places where they have a good public school system. >> so then what? don't do it there because a charter school would outperform a public school even in the suburbs. >> they have private schools. >> that's not the issue. >> they have a floor of a charter school and the next school is public school. they're co-located and they get the money from wall street. why wouldn't we want wall street money? >> i'm going to go to a sound bite and get greg's take. 50,000 students are on a waiting list to go to charter schools in new york city because as the
parents are saying, they want a choice. greg, i want you to talk about the fight between bill de blasio and governor of new york, andrew cuomo, who basically has said i'm taking the other side of this and he's pretty fierce about it. let's watch them both. >> the education industry, i said the same thing for decades. more money, more money, more money, and it will change. we spend more money per pupil than any state in the nation. we're number 32 in results. it's not just about putting more money in the public school system. it's trying something new, and that's what charter schools are all about. >> all right, he likes this development. tell us why. >> it's interesting. should mr. cuomo ask himself to leave new york city or new york since he said new york had no room for conservatives, he just became one through an act of common sense. the greater issue is why did the greatest city in the world under two decades of incredible strength and leadership, hand power over to an abject moron?
it's like building a beautiful jumbo jet and choosing a pogo stick as a pilot. de blasio is a left wing lurch. he's harming more children than lawn darts and freddy krueger combined, and the reason is they're not his kids. this reflects every liberal politician who kills school choice while sending their children to private schools. >> he's only been in office for a couple months. >> he's evil. this progressivism is evil because it's about money and power. you know what the school chanceler said. she came out and said these kids are on their own. >> you know where the evil cell cpac. >> detour. >> cuomo took de blasio. he realized de blasio was on the ropes in a corner, and what andrew cuomo did was smart.
this is going to be my first venture towards the 2016 presidential run. i'm going to distance myself from the far left wing of the party. i'm going to go a little centrist. here's a great opportunity. boy, was that smart. >> i think that was right. let's keep in mind, charter schools were started in north carolina by a democratic governor. a lot of democratics who are progressives who favor charter schools and vouchers. >> this is a war in the democratic party. cuomo is part of the clinton base -- can i finish. cuomo is part of the bill clinton camp. de blasio is a wing of the progressive camp. cuomo is up for re-election so he's very smart. he's thinking now before 2016. i just don't -- you guys must be fighting it out in the democratic party. progressives versus the clinton camp. >> because you're down into the cages. >> can you show that picture of the children again? the -- >> the kids that are being affected. there was a nice mosaic of the kids. >> greg's in there.
see if you can pick out greg. >> this was an issue in which the left were attacking the right, this would be a deck of race cards. >> this is the 194 students affected by the flea shutting down. the reason i think it's a national issue is eve in d.c. where president obama decided not to expand the d.c. voucher program, you have pitted the parents against the democrats. and so we have a national issue. bob, real quick, is cuomo a vice presidential possibility for clinton? >> i don't think -- being vice president to being governor of new york is sort of a step down. i think what he's banking on, and i think he's probably right, you know, you saw it yesterday. bernie sanders, the senator from vermont, put his toe in the water. nobody is going to let hillary clinton run by herself on this. if she stumbled, if cuomo is in the race, he might pick it up. >> jerry brown. jerry brown. >> whoa, jerry. >> next, the uproar in the muslim world over the upcoming
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got tuna, salmon, sweet shrimp. the finest sashimi this area has seen in years. i got everything, even california rolls. >> you wouldn't buy your sushi from this guy, so why would you buy your marijuana from him? >> weed ads are scheduled to air on amc, bravo, comedy central, the food network. i understand some. >> he must smell terrible, that jacket. >> you get the point? >> i got it. i got it. >> what do you think of it? >> not persuasive to me because fortunately, i don't have an illness where i need marijuana, unless it helped chronic dry eye. but the ads that worked on me were the psas, this is your brain, this is your brain on drug. i truly believe this is what would happen. >> i can believe it to be true because i'm here and i can speak to it. >> exhibit a. >> what do you think? >> it's bad. you're not allowed to advertise
for alcohol. you can do beer. >> you can do liquor now. >> no, not liquor. >> you can't do cigarettes. >> the point is i think the idea of going out and advertising for marijuana. greg is in favor of legalizing it. i used to be. i'm not now because it's so powerful. i think it's a bad thing for kids. >> you can advertise for liquor. you can't be actually drinking it. >> yeah, that's actually -- >> have you seen vodka? >> yeah. tequila ads. what you're talking about is interesting. the problem with modern advertising is they have abandoned subtlety and code words. when i was a kid, running on a beach in white pants meant a femman hygiene product, but i didn't know that. >> you kept your white pants on. >> that's the why ads worked. now, every ad tells you about erectile dysfunction. >> they put it out there. >> incontinence, sex, sex, now we say what it is.
i'm from the good old days where i have no yietd what they were selling to me. >> like the cartoon camel smoking the cigarettes. >> ang, you thoughts on whether weed should be advertised on tv, even if it's safe smoking? >> no, there's a free market and a smart market. i don't think people who want weed need help. they know where to get it. two, i don't think they should advertise at all because it will cause a backlash. >> moving from smoking weed to smoking hot mad. a heated exchange between megyn kelly and some moronnic atheists who claim a cross that formed when the world trade center fell was causing atheists headaches. >> a little disingenuous to claim atheists in your group are suffering dyspepsia and headaches as a result of seeing the cross in the museum? >> no. >> that's true? what is dyspepsia? what happens when they see it?
>> our plaintiffs went through a lot on that day, as many did. for that to be compounded by religious discrimination by our world trade center memorial, i'm not surprised they're suffering symptoms. >> when they see the cross? >> it's not about seeing the cross. it's about the exclusion. it's not about looking at a cross, megyn. >> now, from experience, that cross gave a lot of people a lot of hope. your thoughts on this? >> i have dyspepsia and headaches from watching this clip. they're doing this to be annoying. if they meant what they said, they would go after the museums in new york that have religious art, but they don't. this is a part of a memorial. they're doing this to be completely annoying. they're annoying people. >> this guy needs -- remember the exorcist. he needs an exorcism. >> oh, boy. >> he could use some of the ads that greg didn't like so he could get harder in his
thinking, but the point here is atheists -- i feel sorry for atheists. they're the hardest thing to describe. they couldn't do it. it's wrong. >> keep saying hard? >> why? >> you have a problem with that? >> no, no. >> let's move on. dana, again, more intolerance by intolerant people who claim to be tolerant. >> yes, i think that the world trade center should be off limits from the nonsense, and i thdz they've got a lot of issues and they bring up a lot of lawsuits, but i think on this one, let this one go. >> you know, i have a lot of respect for atheists because they're in the minority and they deserve to be heard, but they don't do themselves any favors, and i have to ask, would you challenge islam if it was an islamic symbol? they're complaining about this, but they don't complain about the anti-mohammed filmmaker in jail. >> very good transition from the
world trade center to the muslims who seem to have intolerance for everything but their way of thinking. here egyptian censors want noah to be kept away from movie theaters because they claim the film is, quote, irreligious. >> what do you want? >> there's nothing for you here. >> i have made up my back. you stand alone and defy me? >> i'm not alone. >> they've also banned the passion of christ and the da vinci code for similar reasons. more muslim intolerance, right, bob? >> when does it end? these are secular states which means you ought to be able to put something on in the movie theater that isn't sharia law. it was handed down in a bad book, but leaving that aside, i got my fatwa yet? fatwa this? >> very good. greg, i'm trying to figure out what is not an affront to islam. they should put out a book of everything that offends them. i think they already have one.
called the insiencyclopedia britannica. religion shouldn't have such low self-esteem. you should be confident that your faith can welcome skepticism or other faiths. it seems kind of insecure. >> that was mine point. they don't trust their people. >> i was looking at their notes and i stole them. >> you did say it better than i did. >> you agree? >> yes. >> how about you? >> i agree with greg. a smiley face is an affront to islam. a painting of bob beckel is an affront to islam. i think we should start selling fatwa this t-shirts. >> absolutely. >> islam is the most intolerant religion in the world -- >> with bob's picture on it? >> yes. >> viagra because that way -- >> bob. >> they turn on people who turn on islam and kill them, even worse than people who aren't islamic in the first place. >> i would like to apologize for bringing up the commercial and
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>> where would you run? in new jersey. >> for what? >> senate, congress. what else do they have there? governors. >> dogcatchers. >> debating the question. have it shown in the record. andrea, what's your favorite movie of all time? and leave out the xs. >> i don't know. "legally blond." >> really? that's a good movie. excellent film. i liked her better in "election." >> that's awesome. i can't make up my mind. >> i like silence of the lams. >> we never knew that, bob, because you like movies about food. dana, what is your favorite book of all time? >> the joy of hate by greg gutfield. >> you can still get that in paperback. >> i have lots of -- i have a pretty voracious reader. >> that means you read a lot. >> my favorite book of the last year was charles krauthammer's book "things that matter."
i thought it was excellent, and i did work on it, for full disclosure, but i thought it was great. i'm sure "not cool" will be on my list. >> bob, what happened to your swear jar? >> since i have not sworn much since they put a delay switch in here, and you may have noticed as you were watching the show, they delayed one of our segments because our executive producer became a wusz, and i said sit, not what he thought i said. i'm learning. even an old dog can learn old tricks. >> new tricks? >> new tricks. >> you're a fan of any trick. sorry. >> probably three. >> okay, i apologize. why do i do it? >> right back to it. >> for me, greg, what is your workout regimen and do you follow a strict diet? >> i doo four hours of donkey calf raises shirtless and instead of weights, i lose the body resistance of anyone.
i go on a stair climber, and i do the atkins diet. it makes you lose weight. >> and you drink a lot of wine. >> i drink a lot of wine which is good for the heart. >> you're allowed that on atkins? >> i don't think so. >> that's fruit. wine. >> exactly, it is fruit. that's true. well done, dana. eric, this is from victoria n. what are your favorite friday dinner menus during lent? >> wow. i guess pasta. sushi. i adore sushi. i tell my wife, in fact, for christmas, that's what shy gave me. five sushi dinners in a row. i didn't get any of them yet. i think i got one. >> you can't eat fish? >> you're supposed to eat fish. >> my mom forced us to eat frozen fish sticks. >> in public school because of all the catholics. >> can i point out, dana still thinks she's going to get me to eat meat before the end of the year. >> a goal of mine. i'm asking for the cattle
association for help. >> andrea, how many rush concerts have you attended, how many albums of theirs do you have. would you consider accompanying me? this is from k. rove? no, john s.? >> two. all of them, and yes. >> interesting. john, send me your e-mail. we're working it out. dana, from georgia h. do you miss the west from a small town wyoming girl, happy face. >> i love the happy face, thank you. yes, i do miss the west a lot. and i think about small town america a lot. especially when i'm on a subway platform waiting three times for a train to go by so i can actually get on one. but i like small towns, but i like cities. i like the beaches. i like mountains. >> you like it all. >> the only thing you don't like are mean people. >> i don't like mean people. >> she likes fireplaces and walks on the beach. bob. >> yes. >> from steve.
if dana went on vacation for a week, would you volunteer to dog sit jasper? >> not on your life. >> they should ask me that question. would i let jasper stay with him. >> if i were baby sitting jasper for a week, i would take him to a pound and pay the money to have him stay there. >> i thought you were going to say something else. >> they put $150,000 a week to put a dumb dog in. >> a doggy hotel. >> i wish they would stop the dogs in new york. all they do is crap everywhere. it's terrible. especially on the frozen ground. >> that's -- yeah, okay. anyway, for me from angel m. greg, what do you do when you're not on tv. i think i got this last time. what do i do? i do nothing. i have no hobbies. >> let me answer for you. >> sure. >> you write. >> yeah. >> you drink a lot of wine. >> yeah. >> you hang out with your wife. >> yeah. >> you watch "justified" and "house of cards." >> you left out the charity work
i don't do. >> and the art films. >> and the art films currently displayed in berlin, and i go around the table. it's national cereal day. what was the breakfast you grew up on and what did you have today? >> honeycomb and fruit loops. yogurt today. >> cheeryoes. annette funicello was the one who advertised it. >> i never liked it because the kids in the class had cheerio breath. >> i have to sit next to your wine breath. go ahead. >> captain crunch with crunch berries and now just coffee. >> what? >> i love captain crunch. this is a very difficult question for me because i love all of it. lucky charms, corn pops, sugar bear, oatmeal. >> sugar bears smelled like skunks. that sweet, gross smell. they're telling me to go. sugar puffs. i like, and i bet nobody is going to remember this.
quick. >> you know this? >> no. >> brian kilmeade grew up on it. no one heard of it, and they sent him a box of cereal this week. >> they used to have a cereal rivalry, but it's all captain crunch. >> frosted flakes. i like the tiger, though, not a lion. >> why am i talking? because it's national unplugging day. that's next. could you live a day without your blackberry or cell phone? bob? well, stay tuned. your eyes pend on a unique set ofutrients. [ male announcer ] that's why there's ocuvite. ocuvithelps replenish y eye nutrients. ocuvite has a unique formula that's just not found in any leading multivitamin. help protect your eye health with ocuvite.
excuse me. this day and age of texting and twitteri twittering, which is happening around the table, and cell phones, we have a tenancy to disconnect from each other by burying ourselves in our devices. today is national unplug day. >> you're a sicko. >> i'll start it because as usual we have about a minute for my segment. i actually only use this phone twice today for business. i unplugged.
i'm glad i did it. it was a peaceful day. >> you unplugged until the show started. >> that was my bookie who called. i forgot to unplug it. >> can we point out you were smoking an electric cigar, so you're using an electric device. >> not only that, i have to recharge both of my phones. i spend way too much time on it. i agree. it's an addiction. >> they need to have it on the first saturday of the month or something like that because you can't work and be productive anymore without it. besides, twitter and facebook could not live a day without photographs of jasper, so i sacrifice. i sacrifice. >> greg, what do you think? can yod detach? >> the great thing is you chose to detach, which is easy for you because you never respond to anybody. you don't read your e-mails, you don't read twitter. you giving up technology is like a stripper giving up clothes.
>> that was one of the funniest e-mails. bob said i'm off the grid. and everybody going, this is different how? >> very funny. go ahead. >> i love it with our producer says who wants to volunteer to give up their electronic device. and the next e-mail he sends is, andrea, call me. i unplug on the weekends. >> he knows about twitter. he reads that thing when you're trying to talk to him. then again, i took you to dinner one night and you did that. >> you need to be a more interesting guest or host. >> ooh. >> all right. nice talking to you. "one more thing" is up next.
time now for "one more thing." greg. >> it's time for -- >> i hate these people. >> not like i really, really hate these people, but when you're flying and people start crowding the entrance to the gate as they're boarding, you have to relax. you have to wait for your zone. that's why they call it zones. i know it's not your fault because the airlines are so hard on baggage that everybody is freaking out, trying to get their bags up on the -- what do you call that? >> overhead. >> it's turning into lord of the flies. people are like eating each
other. enough. the gate agent has to take control. have everybody sit down. be patient. take some valium. >> you know which people i hate? the first class snobs that keep bowling me over, trying to get in. >> you're trying to get back there, is that right? okay. moving on. >> speaking of travel, you went yesterday to the leadership institute in colorado. i want to show this picture because greg met up with my dad and my sister. greg, and their friend nicole, angie's friend nicole was there, huge friends of greg. and i would appreciate you mentioning them in the speech and also saying that jasper is dick morris in a fur coat. i heard about that. >> where did you get a tie? >> i love the leadership institute. you helped me speak there last year. >> that's a fun place. >> get some shirts so you can button them? >> because i gained weight. >> sorry. >> it's the drinking on atkins. >> exactly. >> i'm up next. if you saw this article in salon.com, one kid alleges he
lost his father to the hysteria of the fox news channel. he said that old white people are drowning in despair and rage. he said his father lost his mind thanks to fox news. i reached out to the dad and the dad said his son used to be a republican, but he lost his son to liberal academia. >> i remember when he first started, he kind of laughed at some of the way they thought, you know? but more and more as he got into it, you know, i guess he just changed. >> so you could argue, then, right, gary? i lost my son to a raging liberal academia, right? >> exactly. that's what i feel. >> that video on foxnews.com on trending. it's online. digital video. there you go. next up, robert. >> all right. you all know willard scott, the guy on "today" who wishes everybody happy birthday. this is the latest birthday wish
to a junior citizen from north carolina. >> happy birthday from smukers. take a look. elizabeth woodard, 104. roma, i love that name. 100 years old, today. portland. great state of oregon. prettiest state in the country. beautiful. >> willard sound like he forgot to put this teeth in. i used to listen to him in washington. he's a good guy, nice fellow. 80 years old himself today. 80. >> insult the men and say he's a good guy and happy birthday. he needs to put his teeth in, happy birthday. >> eric. >> cashing in tomorrow morning, the entitlement mentality ruining our children, going from pajama boy to the chick in new jersey who wants to her parents. goes on and on. the liberal left ruining our children. and harry reid, 55,000 union workers about to walk off the
job in nevada. trending six weeks in a row. >> and then we get what? >> don't forget to set your dvrs so you never miss an episode of "the five." we'll see you monday. "special report" is next. firing up the base. conservatives hear a call to arms from some of the men who want to lead them in 2016. this is "special report." good evening. i'm bret baier. another group of presidential hopefuls addressed a conservative crowd, outlining various strategies toward the same goal, regaining the white house in 2016. could one of them be the gop nominee? chief political correspondent carl cameron is in national harbor, narland, for cpac again tonight. >> kentucky senator and tea party darling rand paul hit the