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we are out of time. see you monday. have a great weekend. >>alisyn: good morning, everyone, saturday march 10, and now, president president obama g america is back on track. the g.o.p. have a different take on the math. we will look at both sides. >>dave: mitt romney showing his southern side. >> i like grits and strange things are happening. ought republican rivals not buying it. >> father may no longer no best and mother does not have the answers, google could be playing parent in your household. gets them off the hook. "fox & friends" begins right
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now. >>clayton: welcome to "fox & friends" and be honest you go first to google to check for things. maybe it is our generation, you check for medical problems. >>dave: advice. >>alisyn: recipes. when you cooking up something for the family. dave different the answer to everything is google. >>alisyn: and kids feel that way which is dangerous as we will explain. >>dave: we will have a couple of bear cubs and governor huckabee, and much more. but, first, the jobs numbers but news the economists are looking over. a go sign for the economy with 227,000 jobs added and most say it looks like a real recovery
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new when you see this month after month of over 200,000 jobs. >>alisyn: they were better than expected and a shining spot was the 31,000 manufacturing jobs were added which is good after manufacturing fell off and everyone complains nothing is made in america. but 31,000 manufacturing jobs add but zero construction jobs. >>dave: and there are 13,000 construction jobs lost in the last in, so it is hard to know what to make of that. you want housing to start to rebound enough to be building. but the president is pleased. >> over the past two years businesses have added almost four million new jobs, our manufacturers are creating jobs for the first time since the
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1990's and america is coming back and the last thing we can afor is go back to the same politics that get us into this mess. that is exactly what the other folks running for this office want us to do. they think you have amnesia. >>clayton: y'all. >>alisyn: drink original juice when you hear the word "y'all." >> romney and newt gingrich blasting president obama although this were positive jobs numbers they found a way to still keep it on thick. >> how many months ago, 37 months ago, told us if he could borrow $787 billion, almost $1 trillion, he would keep unemployment below 8 percent, it
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has not been below 8 percent since. this president has not succeeded. this president has failed and that is why we will get rid of him in 2012. let me note today's publics are tellly false. 8.3 percent unemployment today if we had the same level of portion in the labor first we had the day obama was sworn in it would be 10.8 percent. this achievement is not creating jobs but driving people out of the workforce. that is not progress. that's going backwards and it makes him the best food stamp president. >>alisyn: just to build on that you are saying everyone has their own way to crunch numbers. what newt gingrich is looking at is a conservative think tank takes the labor force in proportion to the total population. so newt gingrich is saying the
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total population compared to how many are working the number is more like 10.8 percent unemployment. >>dave: but you do not want to appear you are pleased with negative numbers and bummed out with positives so we will see how the numbers --. >>alisyn: they are saying in a more realistic light. >>clayton: but this say we are seeing a return to labor after being unemployed. so, you can lock at -- lock at it either way. >>dave: romney having a problem with connecting with the voters. we have two important contests in alabama and mississippi and the knock on romney is he does not relate to folks on south. he is trying to relate to the folks down south in some of the
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language and the food they have in the south. you decide if he is succeeding or filling. >> this guy is with me every single day, takes me wherever i go, the manager of the ole miss football team and is turning me into an unofficial southerner and i am learn to say y'all and learning to lick -- grits. i got started right this morning with cheese and grits. >>alisyn: is that romney or paula deen? it is hard to tell. look, it is funny when you take someone out of their natural habitat and take a michigan and massachusetts guy and plop him in the south but obviously he is trying and the first thing you do is eat the natural food of the estate and that is what he
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is doing. >>clayton: are the voters, they have a taste for president obama, and coming to the rallies, and saying he does not connect but it doesn't matter because we don't want president obama in power anymore and regardless of that, we will pull for him. look at polls. it is a mentioned bag in the south. >>dave: first we will have newt gingrich, his take on the whole grits and southern, attempt at relating to the folks in the south. >> if you wonder characteristics of the candidates governor romney indicated yesterday morning it was the first time he had tasted grits. i wanted to reassure all of you that i have had some acquaintance if a variety of forms, whether it is with shrimp, with cheese, with gravy, i get it.
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>>alisyn: he is telling romney he can kit his ... grits. >>clayton: a new poll has newt gingrich at 30 percent, a tie across the top of the board, and you look at other polls from alabama estate yacht, santorum is at 23 percent and another big poll, romney is up 30 percent so no one knows. >>alisyn: everyone is still in the game which makes the campaign season so exciting with the polls so close. also, close, and romney is in the lead, but newt gingrich and santorum, tied, neck and neck, 27 percent. >>dave: but you have newt gingrich out in front by ten and san tom by six or seven, and clearly it is up for grabs, romney has a chance down south
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and it will not be a blow out. >>clayton: and santorum saying if newt gingrich were out it would be a two man race. >> after this tuesday, this will be a two person race and we can get down to business of deciding whether we want a conservative or moderate to go up against obama. he says he is not going anywhere until tampa according to gingrich. >>alisyn: we will see what happens. and now the headlines. police all over washington state are on the look out for a man they say shot a deputy and stabbed a judge in a courthouse. fortunately the victims were not seriously hurt but it is believes the suspect would fled the scene could still be armed and the 6' suspect in his 20's was last seen wearing a blue shirt and black pants. anyone with information call local authorities. and in portland, oregon, a man
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is accused of sending threatening letters to members of congress. the 39-year-old included a powdery substance which is not identified but tested negative for to ends and the letters have been sent the past few weeks to senators and representatives. >> a new government report shows half of u.s. banks repaid their bailout listens using other government money. and that is not all, some of the taxpayer cash was actually intended for small business. the report is not spes -- specifying which banks are involved. she is being called the fright attendant. look at an american airlines attendant launching into a terrifying tirade on a packed
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flight. this is cell phone video of the attendant screaming over the p.a. system moments before the chicago-bound delight was supposed to take off from dallas and passengers say she ranted for 15 minutes in english and spanish of safety of the plane. >> she spoke of 9/11 and i thought right there, she is having a breakdown. >> she made comments that if we did go back to the gate we would crash. >> it took six men passengers to wrestle her into a seat until the police arrived and she told police she was bipolar and did not take her medication and the early is still investigating what happened. those are the headlines. passengers sprung into action. >> and now rick for a look at the forecast. rick: guess what happens
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tonight? >>alisyn: our worst night of the year. rick: you kow when you get longer days, and --. >>clayton: well, you gain an hour. no, no, no, spring forward. rick: a big cost tonight, so evening what up at 2:00 not morning and turn your clock toward and go back to sleep. there you go across the eastern texas, big rain. and probably some flooding because well continue to get a lot the next few days and the northern plains in the east are going to be spring for a long time. and cooler start, at least, across the east today with temperatures cool and a storm system moving through rolling in to the 20's in the great lakes in parts of maine and 29 in new york city and that will containing tomorrow we have to wait through another day of the cool riff. the rain is here across texas and heavy right now and the heavy rain is offshore but it
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>>dave: unemployment is holding steady and a closer look at the numbers paints a less flattering picture with a rate of 9.8 percent counting those who stopped looking for work and you include all of the above. plus people who settled for part-time jobs the rate is 15 percent. >>clayton: and now a small business owner is here to make sense of this. so, make sense. they were talking about the real number but people were getting off the rolls and surged back and getting hired again in the economy. is that good. >>guest: but at he we are wages. lower wages and more 1099's and less benefits so people are doing more hours for less work.
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>>clayton: or they are unemployed. >>guest: or have no job. and you look at that. the housing market is a fundamental part of our economy. we have seen this continually, quarter after quarter where housing is not getting the jump start. and we have a bunch of inventory owned by the banks and banks don't foe what to do with the homes so you look at the construction numbers, that is a problem. and manufacturing is not an industry where you can go, well, we will focus on manufacturing and have it next quarter. manufacturing takes one, two, three years before we really feel that type. >>dave: but it is nice to see 31,000 manufacturing jobs added, something the president is focusing on, but the construction jobs, lost, does that reflect what is happening with housing. or what is not happening? >>guest: what is not happening. we have talked about manufacturing which is key for the united states, absolutely, and a huge mistake to move so
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much overseas. you cannot just say, bring it back now, it is a long term investment. >>clayton: you are a small business expert, what do you hear? are they hiring? are they able to get the money and loans to go out and hire? >>guest: not even close. here is the problem. you talk about innovation. innovation is the $10,000 or $25,000 investment. we do not have that cash flow. so you may have a great idea where do you get the capital. >>clayton: donald trump has point the a finger at the banks. do you hear that does >>guest: but how can the banks lend money? we no longer qualify.
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remember every small business owner took it hard so that means we are no longer having the credit consider we had because we went back to our own money, doing what we could to survive to keep the lows employed so now we owe more. we are tapped out. and they brought down the top end so we did not have the line of credit, they called them. we did not have the business cards. they called them. we are strapped. how do we hire if we have no access to capital. >> private senator tore -- sector is growing. we will break down the president's housing fix later in the program. >> the secret surveillance of muslim communities being investigated bit department of justice. should the police be criticized? a detect ever here to weigh in on that debate coming up.
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>>alisyn: the nypd is getting backlash for watching pus limits. >> we are expecting concerns over the matters and what i have read, and what i have read in the newspapers is disturbing and these are things that are under review at the justice department. >>alisyn: is the nypd overreaching? a former detective and president of cnp group security. tom, great to see you. we know the nypd is surveilling people in new jersey. is that out of bounds? >>guest: for, crime doesn't step because we have a river in
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between us and jersey city and newark or connecticut. when you are in the nypd and in new york city police department you are in the crosshairs of every single terrorist an the world. we know this from intelligence we is gathered from guantanamo bay so the actual attacks that have been attempted on new york city since 9/11. >>alisyn: it is not exact like terrorists respect city limits. and borders. and we fund out during all this the nypd has detectives in 11 differentties around the world. >>guest: 11 countries. around the world. so when the bombing happened in england during the summer a couple of years ago the new york city police department and law enforcement ages around the country because of the new york city police department had real time intelligence if an hour of the bombings become to the miss department. >>alisyn: the nypd has stepped
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14 terror strikes in new york city since 9/11, some with the help of astute street vendors but they have been on it. why with the attorney general call what they are doing "disturbing." >>guest: because he doesn't understand, yet, what is happening, and they is not spoken to ray kelly. they are just going as holder said, the attorney general said, they are going by letters they have received. where you saw the other day congressman king and muslim leaders in front of the police plaza demonstrating this support of the new york city police department. the new york city police department and law enforcement agencies have trick relationships with the muslim community. they know more want a terrorist attack than anyone else in any city. >>alisyn: they have done a great job of keeping us safe. thank you for coming in. >> coming up a law student
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>>clayton: i get excited for news blood pressurers. watch as the reporter's request for a story when he follows an attorney down the street trying to get information when this happens. >>dave: so good. >> what do you have up your sleep this time around? >> i will not be making any comments. >> boy, that hurt. >> man, other people -- watch, again, in slow-motion. >> ouch! horrible. he was being a tenacious reporter trying to do his job, a news reporter in kent trying to
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ambush a lawyer for an interview when that happened. he is all right. he is all right. the video has gone viral. so he put it on facebook so his friends could have a good laugh. >>dave: the guy who was being am publicked came back to see if the guy was okay, so that was nice. >>alisyn: that was a great chance to runaway. >>clayton: maybe he could sue the pole. >>alisyn: and now, governor chris christie of new jersey who makes fire work during the townhall meeting. he doesn't like when someone interrupts. >> to his point a townhall is so people can ask questions and the governor can answer them. but you have to let him answer
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the question. if you don't you could get this. >> here is what will happen. rutgers will merge, and here is why, i am providing other opportunities for a bigger and better university. you decide what you want to do put on a show today, let me tell you, i can go back-and-forth as much as you want. after you graduate from law school you conduct yourself leak that in court your rear end will be thrown in jail, idiot. i tried to be patient, and he was yelling over me. damn, man, i'm governor, shut up for a second. >> another side of the story is william brown, the 34-year-old law school student says, look, i yelled out, well, i'm not, i'm a navy seal and veteran navy seal so, how is that? after you fight in a courtroom at some point you will be sat down and he is like, i have been
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on the front line of combat and that is why i am speaking out. and his point is don't talk out of turn. >> but that is misleading because we don't have the raw tape so you don't get to hear the guy interrupting chris christie you just hear the response and when he tried to explain what was going to happen to rutgers, that gi's school he would chime in with more questions and say that is not a good idea so you didn't get the full vibe of why chris christie was so angry. >>clayton: it went on for a while. >>dave: imagine if he ran for president. parents, don't you always hope your kid when faced with the tough question if lie about, well, say something happening in school or with their friends something happening with their body they might ask you, mom and dad, what is happening. wishful thinking. >>clayton: now most kids before they go to mom and dad
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for answers about the birds and bees, they go to google first, 54 percent of kids responded they go to google before they ask their parents or teachers and this is more surprising 25 percent do not know what an encyclopedia is. >>alisyn: a sign of times and frye percent have never used one and 19 percent have never used a dictionary. you just go to dictionary.com. to happened to me last night. last night my seven-year-old daughter said, mommy, how did you and daddy get three babies? i said, well, we prayed. prayed a lot. and she said, so, when you get married, do you get babies and i said, yes, yes, that is how you do it. and if she knew google existed,
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which she doesn't, i expect she would get a different answer. >>dave: would you prefer that? >>alisyn: i don't know the answer because they are fascinated with it now. >>dave: it may not be bad, and that is why you want to hear from you folks. >>alisyn: i don't want them looking up where babies come from on google. off-the-shelf -- >>clayton: my parents thought it was important to have the inside medias. >>alisyn: you need a separate room for the inside medias. >>dave: so, do i think this is a good or a bad thing? >>alisyn: and give me advise on answering that for my daughter. >>dave: in 140 characters. >>alisyn: another close call after an air traffic controller
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with a history of problems puts two planes on a collision course. another cereal was in the room and pointed out the mistake and that happened in biloxi, mississippi, last month and the two planes were less than three miles apart, the second time the same controller put two planes in danger of colliding and he has been suspended several times during the 23 years of service. despite winning a presidential election plagued with fraud in russia, president obama did call russia's putin to wish him congratulations taking place yesterday on air force one, and this move creating some controversy as thousands protest the win in the streets of now demanding he resign after reportedly winning 64 percent of the vote on sunday. they are skeptical. and if you are leading a double life, you should not be posing for pictures on facebook, after
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washington state corrections officer whose two wives found out about each other after facebook. people suggested they become friends. isn't that helpful wife one said she knew something was up when she saw her husband in a wedding photo on wife number two's profile. now he is facing one year in jail on bigamy charges. >>alisyn: and a child sabled his friend's live using the heimlich maneuver. the six-year-old seen here on the left spring into action when his buddy started choking on a cheeto in the school cafeteria. when asked how he knew what to do he said he saw the movie on an episode of "sweet life," and that is an educational program.
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>>clayton: television saving likes. like this show. >>alisyn: again. >>dave: breaking sports fuzz this morning, from then likely sources conservative columnist charles krauthammer with the scoop on peyton manning's future >> who knew? he will be number two on the ticket. >> it could be a broncos jersey with manning in denver on day one of the tour of the nfl the four time mvp off of his release met with john elway and his coach and now heads to arizona and miami and the most prized free agent of all time want as deal done by tuesday. peyton, if you are watching ... the redskins are out, washington
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making a blockbuster deal overnight, which will allow them to draft baylor quaterback and st. louis gets three first round picks and a second rounder. huge. the kids will get the number two pick and the jets are sticking with the embattleed quaterback sanchez who could earn, $6 million but the jets missed playoffs last week. syracuse fans, they took on cincinnati, the unranked bearcats in the semi finals and first 14 minutes the bearcats took 17-point lead and much to the orange disappointment, held on with the winning streak ending and the center failed to grab a system rebound and kansas
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lost in the big 12. >> he is almost as tall as the basket. >> >>alisyn: an achievement? >>dave: he failed to get a rebound. >>clayton: rick is in the cold weather. went it like 60 yesterday? rick: he is cheating for the other team now. it was warm. then code. and it is really cold today. this morning, across the northeast, and today is bitterly cold day. but that's it then we, what up and stay warm maybe for a week and a half or two weeks. here are the current temperatures across the northeast. we will not see those numbers for a while possibly until the fall. keep our fingers crossed. this morning, quite a bit of
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cool air. and, again, on the eastern two thirds, big warm up in store but the forecast shaping up like this with temperatures in the 30's and 40's and a little bit of snow around the great lake but that is it. to the southeast, a nice day, with shower across florida and rain across texas and oklahoma and that will stick with us, and some snow into mexico. guys? >>alisyn: thanks. the unemployment number holding steady at 8.3 percent but for young workers the picture is more bleak. how does that impact president obama and 2012? ah, welcome to h.
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>> we are give days away from fundamentally transforming the united states of america. ron myer put that together from young america's foundation responsible for the ad and generals us like from detroit. good morning, ron. >>guest: good morning from the bailout capital. >>dave: we mentioned 16.5 percent rate of youth unemployment. what is happening with the youth? why is it so stubbornly high? >>guest: well this is the great youth depression and that is it. it is obvious it is happening, youth unemployment is at depression levels but, remember, young people and students have a
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double warm my because of the college fees and young people are not participating in the job force. i have seen young people have seen it, and, now, the thing we have to show why this is happening. young people wonder why and why think the natural enally nation is to blame the obama administration but that is why it is happening and the wrong memory foundation is doing the conferences starting in rally and beginning do milwaukee to show young people why it is happening, why is big government and the obama administration. >>dave: but you have not answered that. why are young people unemployed at the high rate? >>guest: that is a big charge to make and it is backed up. if you think about government spending, it gives money to government industry which does not hire young people at all, so, young people getting in from the government spending and it is a catch 22 for young people
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adding to the debt, does not,bly, and young person have taken a worst hit, and young people are having money sucked from the private people and giving the money to the government so it is highly unionized government industry, and it takes away economic efficiency. >>dave: but the last couple of months the government jobs are shrinking with in government jobs created the last couple of months they have been if the private sector. >>guest: right, and youth unemployment is persistent because in a depress or recession, or a slow recovery, whatever you call what we are in, people are now taking starter jobs, the fact is businesses are facing a ton of uncertainty because they do in the know if their taxes will be
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raised and they are facing a ton of regulations spending $10,000 in federal regulation, to hire someone, do you think they will hire a young person? of course not. >>dave: your message is conveyed at the young america foundation conference in north carolina on many 23rd. thank you for being here. coming up, speaking of jobs and unemployment they fight for our freedom and a former soldier is putting our heroes to work when they come home. now on verizon's 4g lte network. double your data. 4 gigabytes for just $30 a month.
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>> welcome back, they thought the toughest battle was overseas but for young soldiers finding a job is as hard. unemployment among veterans between the ages of 18 to 24 is over 30 percent. a former soldier trying to him them. captain of the u.s. army is spending a year in iraq and serving as also serve as a recruiting manager looking to hire veterans. the story the narrative we hear is the reason we hear the unemployment rate is so high among votes, coming back to the united states from war is their skills do not translate from the battlefield to the workforce but you found that not to be true. >>guest: not at all. for us, we are looking for people with technical skills so the service member work on
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tanks, aircraft, and they are different from what we are looking for, we look for people that have experience working on machines they have the same theories so the kills transfer for us. >>clayton: you found they were overseas and they have to work not harshest of conditions using technical skills to repair machines and do all sorts of things in tents with gunfire and they come back and work in an incredible factory. >>guest: they love it. they are struggling to fine the jobs and don't know how the skills tran late so they fine us and how veteran friendly we are they love it. they have the same can do attitude so for us we need to keep our machines up and running for the customers, it is critical, so, the soldiers when they come in feel the same sense of mission, the same sense of purpose, and it gives them
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gratification. >>clayton: what do you hear from them when they get hired? were they looking for work a long time? >>guest: it varies with everyone but there are always the sense of gratitude, the sense of thank you forgiving me a chance. they want an employer to give them a chance to show us what they have. >>clayton: what do you say to other companies considering hiring other vets? >>guest: the veterans have the leadership, the teamwork, and the discipline but a high learning agility and that is what employers have to remember. they have been moved from position to position and moved from location to location, so there is no reason they could not come in to any workforce and succeed. >>clayton: captain great to have you. you are doing something great for the country. >>guest: thank you. >>clayton: bold prediction from rick santorum.
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the most highly recommended bed in america. >>alisyn: good morning, everyone, on saturday, march 10th. get your grits ready, the g.o.p. candidates are hitting the campaign trail hard in the south. >> morning, y'all. good to be with you. i got started right with biscuits and grits. >>alisyn: the candidates are slapping on the southern charm for the voters. >>dave: new jersey governor christie is getting fired up. >> conduct yourself like that in the court and you will be thrown in jail, idiot. >>dave: more on that heated exchange ahead. >> parents no need to worry about a temper tantrum on a plane, a new company is
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providing a nanny in the sky. we are all taking notes. we will tell you about it. it is wrong? "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. >> it is nanny or can dye >>clayton: "curious george," that was great. >>dave: and what is happening with the g.o.p. scene but, first, mitt romney, down south. not exactly comfortable but trying to make way with alabama and mississippi on tuesday with a lot of delegates up for grabs and romney does not relate to the people down south is the knock. how is he doing? >> that is chaining when you
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hear this, he is down right southern. >> this guy is with me every single day, takes me wherever i go, the manager of the ole miss football team and turning me into an unofficial southerner and i am learning to say y'all and i like grits and things are -- strange things are happening. >> morning, y'all. good to be with you. i got started right with biscuits and grits. delicious. >>alisyn: it doesn't take long not south to speak with a southern accent, a drawl. >>clayton: people are saying i have never once tried grits and i don't that it makes you southern, but you have the local food to fit in. and newt gingrich mocking him saying he has tried grits. take a listen. >> if you wonder what the characteristics of a candidate
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are, governor romney indicated yesterday morning it was the first team he had tasted grits. i wanted to reassure all of you that i have had some acquaintance if a variety of forms whether it is with shrimp, with cheese, with gravy. i get it. >>alisyn: that is convincing. dave the question, folks, if you are romney did you go down there and acknowledge your awkwardness and call it it "away game," or just go down there and fowl -- feel at home? >>clayton: remember the bob dole tactic the great speech on the campaign trail, look, i am not a flashy guy, this is who i am. you acknowledge that, stop trying to play far game people
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forgive. at the end of the day if you look at southern states and the response from the folks down there, look, we want president obama out of office so you do not need to connect on the southern level just that you are a good manager and you know way are doing and we could vote for you. >>alisyn: we will see how it is playing not south. the latest poll in alabama, interesting, neck and neck a three-way tie, newt gingrich is up at 30 percent a tick. and rick santorum and romney at 29 percent and 28 percent and ron paul at 7 percent. >>dave: in mississippi a mixed bag, but, here it has romney up on newt gingrich and santorum and there are a lot of polls coming from the south and nothing is consistent. the message is, though, that son inform and newt gingrich and romney all have a chance and they are all proportion am so no one will walk away with a ton of
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delegates. interesting to see romney having a chance. >>clayton: and rick santorum saying wait, media is playing it like romney is walking away but you will realize romney will not get as much as he thinks or in iowa he will not get as much as he thinks. i am in the race and if newt gingrich drops out it will be a two man race. listen to the senator. >> after this tuesday, this will be a two person race and we can get down to business of deciding whether we want a conservative or a moderate to go up against president obama. >>alisyn: guys, i have orders a treat for you guys, i know you are not from the south, you are from pennsylvania and i figure you don't know grits, you are from denver and you probably just necessity rocky mountain oysters. >> here are classic, well, as classic as they get in manhattan, cheese grits and
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butter grits. >>dave: i like the cheese grits. >> i am a food person, an eater, and i eat all regional cuisines. and newt gingrich says she very familiar with the cheese grits. >>alisyn: rent they good? >> i would eat them regularry. the cracker barrel grits. >>alisyn: you have to eat the grits hot. >>clayton: it is cornmeal. >>alisyn: you are familiar with grits? even in denver. >>dave: my brother, he loves these things. >>alisyn: everyone, write if with your favorite regional food so we can try it later in the show. >>clayton: a four hours of us eating regional food. >>dave: and do not forget
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kansas, and, italy, if you are watching, send us yours. >>clayton: dave and i will continue to eat. >>alisyn: and we have a fox news alert right now. five taliban detainees have agreed to be transferred to qatar which afghanistan believes will boston peace efforts with the united states. the transfer is part of a series of "good faith measures," designed to bring the taliban to the negotiating table before our troops leave afghanistan at end of 2014. the white house and the pentagon are not commenting. but there are critics who have spoken of holding talks with the taliban. a manhunt is underway in washington state for a suspect who stabbed a judge and shot a sheriff deputy. the attacker would fled the scene is considered armed and dangerous. both victims were treated and
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released from the hospital and anyone with information on the culprit is being urged to call the local police. we have new video of an american airlines attendant going crazy on a packed flight. (screaming) >>alisyn: you can hear the screams over the p.a., moments before the chicago-bound flight was supposed to take off from dallas-ft. worth and passengers say she ranted for 15 minutes in english and spanish of the safety of the plane. >> she specific about 9/11 and i thought, right there, she was having a breakdown. >> she commented if we did not go to the gate we would crash. >> it took six passengers to wrestle her to a seat. she is bipolar and did not take
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the medicine case and the airline is investigating. >> they are accused of looting millions, but top executives at mf global are up for performance-based bonuses asking a bankruptcy judge to approve hundreds of thousands of dollars to three executives all who stayed on after the collapse in october and two are named in a public of lawsuits against mf global and the former c.e.o. jon corzine and he resigned days after the firm was accused of looting $1.6 billion from customers. >> and final respects to maria colvin in new york, with funeral on monday. she was killed in a rocket attack in syria along with a french photographer and renoned journalist on the front lines doing her job and she will be remembered by her friends and loved ones.
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rick: i was outside and it was bright and almost sunny. not tomorrow morning because it will be dark. again. by tomorrow night it will be light which will be nice for everyone, and this is the time you change your batteries and smoke detectors, heavy rain in texas, east texas, today, and tomorrow, and after that, flooding, and too much rain and you need it, and the foreign plains and the midwest will be mild today, and everyone from there to the east is going to be warm by tomorrow but we have one cold day in store across the eastern part of the country and after that we are warming up and we could remain warm through the end of march, and, a nice warm stretch and there will be big rain across texas and that will make its way toward the northern plains and it is all rain and not snow and this is the culprit the stock market we have here bringing the rain and it will spin for the next two or three days to east texas, and, again, toward louisiana, and arkansas,
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seeing the rain west texas, unfortunately, not getting the rain and the drought will continue, which has improved but the west, still, having rough conditions and same if. , not getting in on the action, of thely, right now. >>dave: thank you. >>clayton: you have to have a lot of salt and pepper on grits. up north you have "mush." >>dave: we do pizza in new york. and attorney general holder going after the nypd surveillance of muslim communities. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer.
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dolr for dollar, nobody protects you like allstate. >>clayton: the nypd is under scrutiny for investigating muslims. and attorney general holder is speaking out about it. >> we are reviewing the letters expressing concerns of the matters. what i read publicly and in the newspapers is disturbing and these are things under review at the justice department. >>alisyn: is the nypd crossing the line or keeping americans safe? we have former white house press secretary and co-host of "the
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five," good morning, dana. the nypd actually has detectives stationed in 11 different countries trying to gather intelligence and make sure that in plot is being hatched elsewhere, where new york city will be the target. does holder know about that? >>dana: well, based on the testimony you would have to wonder. this is the thing i fine baffling of his testimony. on this matter and others, he is the lead attorney and defender of justice if the united states of mechanic. he relies on these people, men and women in all jurisdictions, state, county, local, to provide information and talk to each other and prevent another attack because if we always have to be right every system time and the terrorists only have to be right
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once. the reason this is a controversy no one knows what happened based on an article they could be right, this could have been an infection but the attorney general of the united states goes to congress to testify and he does not have information to tell him this is an investigation and he will not comment but he comments based on press reports. that is not good fluff -- enough and it hurts the reputation of the nypd workers. >> that struck me of this, you and the attorney general find out the same way everyone else does, through newspaper articles? why does he, at leasts appear to come to the hearings without gathering all the facts? the intelligence? >>dana: there is a saying you do not get in trouble for something you didn't say so maybe he was trying to protect
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himself because there is an investigation but a better answer is i am the attorney general of the united states, i heard of this and i asked for an investigation and i will not comment physical there is a full investigation complete and i expect everyone that works in our jurisdiction and around the country to respect our laws and obey them and protecting the american citizen. boom. done. and we with not have this conversation. >>clayton: others argue that is similar to "fast and furious," and he can call for a full investigation. >>dana: that was me. >>clayton: do you agree? >>dana: last night i said on "the five," when the attorney general does not know and he does not have information and he doesn't say i'm working to get it, there is a lack of detail
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and "fast and furious has been in the news, they should know more about it, and it has continued on because when you rub a spot on a wall you make it worse rather than gathering more information. or, keeping the investigation secret and keeping the congressman informed before it is ready for a full public viewing that is a pattern at the justice department that gives people some pause. and if i were him in a position of management, i would not want to question the work that has been done because there are lots of different guidelines in the "wall street journal" yesterday they looked through and said there guidelines allow the nypd to cross jurisdiction. what gives me pause is chris creditty was critical and maybe he was in a position to know something that in has been an infaction but think of the
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motive. i is because the nypd folks are trying to protect all of us from another attack. so if this was a violation, find out what it was, correct the problem and make sure we talk to each other to share that intelligence to stay a step ahead of the terrorists. >> former white house secretary co-host of "the five," thank you for joining us. >>dave: warren bust -- buffett wants the top arounder to paying higher taxes and now he is being sued for ... not paying taxes. ok, guys-- what's next ?
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>>alisyn: is daylight saving time hazardous to your health? an abrupt change to your schedule could increase your risk of a heart attack by 10 percent. fox medical "a" team member is here, doctor, thank you for being here. university's alabama study says the daylight savings time ups the heart attack risk by 10 percent on monday you are more likely to have a heart attack. >>guest: this is a well established data. when i was preparing for this, i went back to some studies from 1987 and they it will found that this change of hour can affect
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your immune system, your inflammation and cause heart attack. >>alisyn: one hour? why? >>guest: in 2008 there was a study in the new england journal of medicine and they say the body has biological clock or rhythm and a wake and sleep or day and night cycle and by changing it by one hour every cell will be out of sync and you will feel this. for me, for the past few hours what i have done i have changed the clock friday night and as you can see i right now for me it is 6:30 and that is why i was early. >>alisyn: but changing a clock a different day. >>guest: it takes you a couple of days to recover, so if you do this sunday might, on monday morning it will be a nightmare and you will be inventoried. and there are more injuries on monday morning and you will be exhausted at work and it could take you up to four or five days
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to catch up. >>alisyn: do it gradually. and you say wake up 30 minutes early to prepare. >>guest: that is what i did. why i am slopy. it will take me a while to adjust. for me, this is a great tip and on monday morning i am prepared for surgery. >>alisyn: i love the next tip, eat a decent-sized breakfast. >>guest: get enough nutrition and you do your exercise, what we want you to do is to stick to your regular cycle and not get then out of sync as a result. >>alisyn: what if you do not exercise early not morning? >>guest: better to get up early not morning and that can be jiz your system and you can wake up and be prepared. >>alisyn: you saying get sunlight, exercise early, and it will be darker, so if you use fake sunlight, in the house.
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>>guest: that can increase your energy like having a nice cup of coffee not morning. so, if you are trying to make sure you are really, not, out of your norm and you are back to the way you should be on monday morning. >>alisyn: start friday night, gradually do these things and by monday you will be okay. >>guest: that is what i suggest. >>alisyn: if you say it work we will do it. thank you for the pointers. still ahead, chris christie is fired up over education to a law student. >> conduct yourself like that in court and your rear enwill be thrown in jail. idiot. more of the heated exchange. and traveling with a small side can be tough for all the other passengers why not hire a nanny in the skyst we tell you of a company that wants to give parents an in-flight break. break out of the winter blues by
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make the match. >>alisyn: i knew it would be an indictment of my parenting. here is the thing. it is not that i, well, okay i cannot control my kids it is not that i feel bad for my kids i feel for the people around us. >>clayton: my son got to the 19 months where he is doing the plopping and baby thing and one kid, and i can imagine they, where they are doing the sliding thing, in to the thing. just laying here and stick your leg up on the chair. >>dave: i don't even know ... >>alisyn: i like traveling, and throughing with my children but why like flying with them because you are trapped. what if the plane is delayed? heaven forbid. you are stuck on the plane. >> three hours on the tarmac. >>dave: my children are saints on the airplane and my wife is
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an angel. you can visit www.nannyontheclouds or give them lots movies and candies. >>alisyn: which is better paying for the nanny or using the dangling candy. so, you are getting befored, you are whining, here you go. or pop in a movie. >>clayton: what do you think about that? and would you hire the babysitter and then you it is five rows away. >>alisyn: that is worse. >>dave: would you hire "nanny in the clouds." >>clayton: walk down the aisle and wave to the kids. >>alisyn: a very disturbing story yesterday a gunman accused of opening fire at western psychiatric hospital in pittsburgh has now been identified. he is 30-year-old john shick dressed in a trenchcoat as he
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went from office to office killing one clinic worker and this ended when he was shot and killed during a stand off with police. we are told he lived close to the hospital and had a bag full of medications on him at the time and he did not have a criminal history. police are trying to figure out his motive. and a cup of black coffee, those pilots have the most sleep deprivation on work nights not getting a go night sleep and 41 percent get less sleep than required and 20 percent admitted they had made a serious safety mistake because of sleeping problems. warren buffett's plane company is being sued. again. it was fined by the united states for $300 million for unpaid taxes.
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and the company fired back with their own lawsuit and the federal government was wrongly imposing taxes but get this the dispute has not ended and the united states is countersuing the company for $366 million in taxes and penalties. and new jersey governor chris christie has a rule at the townhall meeting. don't disrupt. here is a look at what happens if you do. >> rutgers will merge. and here is why. what i am doing is providing other opportunities for a bigger and better university. you decide what you want to do, put on a show today, let me tell you, i can go back-and-forth with you as much as you want. and after you graduate from law school you conduct yourself like that in court your rear end will be shown in jail, idiot. >> i tried to be patient with the guy, and tried to answer and he was yelling over me. damn, i'm governor, can you shut up for a second? >>alisyn: tells how you really
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feel, responding to a lawsuit and a former navy seal who shouted at him and interrupting him from the audience on educational reform and the man ran for new jersey assembly last year unsuccessbly and the audience applauding christie for putting the guy in his place. >>clayton: and now risk is outside. we interrupt him all the time. rick: dave thought it would be a great idea to do a polar plunge. >>dave: i am jumping in the ocean in connecticut, it was 60 today what will it be like? warm? remember, this is not a polar plunge at 60. coming up today, dave, it will be 39 at 1:00 o'clock when you jump in the water and the water temperature a balmy 43 but there
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is noic, winds around 13 miles per hour, so it will be nice when you get out of that water. have fun buddy. and now, forecast for the rest of the country, 40's and 30's around the northeast, and the last day of this kind of meth it will be warming up and today would likely be the last winter kind of day to the northeast, and keep our fingers across and cooler in texas with the rain, and locking good, and check out the northern plains plains and m it is, dave, to bad you cannot do the polar plunge in bismark, north dakota, 64 degrees and 61 in minneapolis and the temperatures will stick with us for the week with temperatures in the 50's and 60's and 70's across the eastern two thirds of the country and in the west, looking nice, and only problem is washington where a series of storms continue to move in, and we are talking about heavy rain, and the snow levels will be above normal with a threat of avalanche moving across the snow
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packed areas of washington. so, that is it, day. good luck. >>dave: that is not going to be good. and now, do not just spring forward with the clocks, venge forward outside, if your yard the time to get everyone up to somebody. >>alisyn: it is still chilly but is it time to start with the garden? >>guest: it and what it is, but it is time. your lawn, everyone will be the envy. so what is cool of this, from scott, the snap lawn system, three mixed bags that nap right in. now, what is cool, you lock it and it automatically sets right in and you can fertilize. >>dave: you are a professional fertilizer. >>alisyn: i am a natural. in my heels.
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this is how i garden. this is how i garden. >>dave: this is "desperate landscapes," folks, and, also, it is pruning time. >>guest: important to maintain a healthy landscape. a great way to do this is you need the right tools and these are hand pruners and what is great, you will notice the handle rotates and there is a power gear that makes it easier to use. those are nice. you will trim some hedges this is perfect. very comfortable to use and less fatigue. >>alisyn: i will trim something. >>guest: put these on because they save your hands and you can trim this, the hedge you can trim. see how comfortable it is.
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this is the ergo line. and this is the whole point, they are comfortable to use. >>alisyn: don't even get a hair out of place. >>guest: and these are comfortable and you can put this up. these are really nice, too. >>alisyn: and then, what? >>guest: we all live in limited space, right, in our backyards in manhattan, so why not grow up? this is garden kit and you can hang these on the wall. you can grow your laboratories and vegetables and shower in three rows, and it is a good alternative to space, and you can even do it inside. there is a drape, they hang up and easy to use. >>dave: when you chone -- clean up the yard, you did not
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drag the bags all over. it hurts the back bonding over. but you solve that problem. >>guest: we use this a lot, people that watch the snow know we use this a multipurpose pop up trash can, and it is hand's free a typical bag with never hold the shape, it is strong for lifting and when it is does it collapses down to 3". >>dave: you need to help me with my your. she a suburb girl. >>alisyn: i am a natural fit. >>dave: this is the 9th season of "desperate landscapes," they will help you with the desperate contest coming up and reward someone. >>guest: this is our 5th annual search for the desperate landscape and you have from now until april 30th to sign up and just send a video or picture
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>>alisyn: we have break news, 14 militants have died in the worst exchange of strikes between israel and the gaza strip in the second day and israeli aircraft attack suspected militants. they responded with 100 rockets. we will continue to monitor the situation through the morning. and now over to dave. >>dave: more help for struggling homeowners. the obama administration is set to roll identity tarp 2.0 the revamped housing program to assist americans underwater. but is the program a foreclosure fix? we have a real estate expert, managing breaker of a group. good morning to you. >>guest: good morning!
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>>dave: explain what this is, and what it is designed to do. >>guest: it stands for home affordable refinance program, essentially what it is, a liberalized revision of the original program that was rolled out a couple of years ago, and it was touted to help no one million homeowners who were underwater on their mortgages and help them refinance, but they did not take into account that most of the homeowners impacted were severely underfunded. the new program allows those with mortgages owned or guarantee by fannie mae or freddie mac who have a loan to value ratio higher than 80 percent to be able to reopinions and eliminated the cap on the ltv so now you have
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1.6 million homeowners who can now potentially refinance regardless of how much they owe. >>dave: and a lot of folks wonder how they become elgible. >>guest: first of all, you need to call or go on the web site to see if your loan is guaranteed by fannie mae or freddie mac. and additionally your loan must have been originated on or prior for may 31, 2009, so that is the first thing, you have to qualify. second the homeowner has to meet certain requirements. you cannot have refinanced under the original program unless the refinance is own by fannie mae and you cannot have had a late mortgage payment in the last six months and only one late in the last 12 months. so if you meet those requirements, you can go ahead and explore that option.
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if you look at the numbers you have 11 million homeowners underwater on their mortgages which is nearly a quarter of all borrowers. of the 11 million, only four million of those loans are owned by fannie mae or freddie mac. of those four million they target 1.6 million people they can help which is more than 10 percent of all underwater borrowers so the question is, is this a political ploy? or a program that is aimed at actually helping eliminate the mortgage crisis. unfortunately, while i am happy there are some that can be helped i do not believe for a second this is going to actually make a significant impact on the north crisis. >>dave: with the housing market, it needs all the help it can get. thank you for sleeping the program. digging in the dirt? these two boys found a world war
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>>clayton: two treasure hunters found world war ii dog tags a veteran lost in 1946. they showed the tags to the woman would runs the day care she knew the monday would lost them. and returned them. >> i talked to them and she said she had this and i said, that's bill. >> i think that's where and i am sure glad they found it. >>clayton: they got some ice cream and now the two young boys would found the lost world war ii dog tags a six and 8-year-old
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we had to pull you away from the cartoons. nice to see you. don't laugh, ali, i can handle some kids. can you hear me? you were walking along and were stumbling through the dirt and looked down and you saw something sticking out of the dirt. what happened? >>guest: we were playing. and he thought he could jump over it and he saw part of the necklace and, then, he pulled it out and i saw engraving and we took it to pam. to see would it belonged to. >>clayton: what did you thing when you saw the shiny object? >>guest: well ... i would probably need to get it to the
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owner soon. >>clayton: did you think it was a a necklace? >>guest: thought it was a necklace. at first. gay gay -- >>clayton: when you returned it what did bill say to you when he looked at it for the first time after 66 years, what did he say? >>guest: he said that he thought he would never see it again. and he is real proud that we found it and returned it. >>clayton: and did he give you guys some ice cream? >>guest: yeah. >>clayton: was it good? >>guest: yeah. >>clayton: thank you for breaking away from the cartoons to share the story. sweet of you to return that and i am sure bill and his wife are
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>>alisyn: good morning, everyone, on saturday march 10th. the president obama is pleased and touting the new economic numbers and telling everyone america is back on track. what should the republican candidates have to say? >> let me note today's numbers are false. >> this president has not succeeded he has failed which is why we are getting rid of him in 2012. >>alisyn: we will breakdown the numbers and show you both sides. >> attorney general holder wants an investigation in to the nypd for the pus him surveillance video program. but why go after a group fighting the war on terror around globe in >>clayton: watch this. >> what do you have up to your slob to be successful this time
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around? >> i will not make comments. all my god that hurt. >>alisyn: i cannot hear it. >>dave: he never saw it coming. it is better every time i see it. "fox & friends" hour he starts right now. >>alisyn: ouch. >>clayton: it does get better every time. >>alisyn: even hearing the impact. >>clayton: that "clink," that hurts. we will explain that segment. >>dave: and what could be the first, ever, foe -- female football at lsu, a woman is trying out for the team and she might make it.
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>>alisyn: my helmet is off to her. >>clayton: the president on the campaign trail touting the new jobs numbers which look pretty good, 227,000 jobs added this month and some of the numbers we thought we impressive from john have been revised up, also, so you have an additional 61,000 from january which were not accounted for before. allegation it is good when they are higher than expected so, 31,000 manufacturing jobs added. and the president sees that as a feather in his cap because he keeps appearing at car dealerships or factories saying it is about the auto bailout. even with the bad news with the chevrolet volt. >>dave: but the bad news is the construction jobs, the truth is this were 13,000 jobs lost from the construction industry.
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why is that a problem? obviously the housing market continues to show struggles and that is one thing we need to get the economy rolling, showing no real sign of getting momentum in terms of new building. >>guest: the president nudged -- normed that the federal jobs were down and not as 18 federal employees on the docket and touting the jobs' information and bashing the other candidates saying things are getting better >> over the past two years businesses have added almost four million new jobs. our manufacturers are creating jobs for the first time since the 1990's, america is coming become and the last thing we can afford is go back to the same politics that got us in the mess. that is what the other folks running for this office want us
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to do. they think y'all have amnesia. >>alisyn: so on the trail the candidates say "not so fast." romney reminds everyone the unemployment rate held head difficult at -- held steady at 8.3 percent and newt gingrich said look at the fine print. >> how many months ago, 37 months ago, said if he could borrow $787 billion, almost $1 trillion, he would keep unemployment below 8 percent and it has not been below 8 percent since. this president has not succeeded he has failed and that is why we are going to get rid him in 2012 >> today's numbers are false. the 8.3 percent unemployment today if we had the same level of participation in the labor force we had the day obama was sworn in it would be 10.8
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percent. the achievement is not creating jobs but driving people out the workforce. that is not progress but going backyards. and it makes him the bested for stamp president. >>dave: to go back to what the president said, back to the policies that got us in to the mess some say that the obama policies are not the things creating the jobs that we are seeing in the private sector but there is not a single policy to point to that explains the jobs being created. >>alisyn: and now the headlines a news alert. 14 militants have died in the worst exchange of strikes between israel and the gaza strip. there was a strike on a commander who was planning an attack. right now it is believed the
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militants fired 100 rockets at israel, and egypt said it was trying to get together a ceasefire to stop the violence and the troop hopes seem distant. five taliban employees have agreed to be moved for qatar and the transfer is part of a series of what is called "good-faith measures designed to bring the taliban to the negotiating table before our troops leave afghanistan at end of 2014." the white house and the pentagon have not commented on the move but there have been critics who have spoken about holding talks. >> executives accused of looting billions in investorss' money up for huge bonuses? disgraced commodities firm mf global asking bankruptcy jump to approve hundreds of thousands for three executives who stayed on at the firm after the
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collapse in october and two executives are named if lawsuits against mf global and the former c.e.o. corzine who resigned days after the firm was accuses of losing $1.6 billion allegedly he took from customers' account. >> fright attendant is what she is being called as she launched into a terrifying tirade. (screaming) >>alisyn: this is new cell phone video of the screaming over the p.a. system moments before the chicago-bound delight was supposed to take off from dallas and passengers say she ranted for 15 memberships in english and spanish of the state of the many. >> she spoke of 9/11 so i thought right there she was having a breakdown,. >> she made comments that if we did not go back to the gate it
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would crash. >> we are toll it took six passengers to wrestle her in to a seat until police arrived and she told them she was bipolar and has not taken her medication and the airline is still investigating. scary stuff. >>dave: and now criticism that the nypd is getting for surveillance program they doing where they are keeping an eye on mosques in the new jersey area to prevent terror attacks in the united states. >>alisyn: ray kelly has kept new york safe since 9/11 he and the nypd have interrupted 14 real, gap, terror attacks since 9/11 and the rest of you do not know who ray kelly is. >> since the attacks of september 11th, 14 attacks
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against new york have been foiled. it is the target of choice for those who want to do us harm. the police department is at the forefront of the antiterrorism effort under command of the commissioner, ramon kelly, and new york city police commissioner is a lifelong new yorker, and grew up in manhattan, the son of a milk man and a dressing room checker. in 1960 he joined the finest and he began the long and storied career if law enforcement. three years later, he accepted a commission to the united states marine corps and in 1965 he was among the first u.s. troops deployed to november. for 12 months, then lieutenant kelly commanded troops at the second battalion first marines. when he returned to new york, he passed the nypd exam to become a sergeant and serving in 20 commands the young condition found time to earn law degrees
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from new york university and st. john's majority and a masters degree from the kennedy school of harvard. the hard work paid off. october 16, nato not, 32 years after joining the force, he was appointed police commissioner by newly elected mayor din kins and four months later kelly last to take care of the case over the world trade center being bummed. six were killed the pentagon of new york city as pry may target of violent islamic terrorism. leaving office when giuliani was elected he serves a at customs and for international law enforcement efforts in haiti. if the aftermath of the attacks of 9/11 which targeted the world trade center, bloomburg was elected the 108th mayor in 2002 and appointed kelly to the police commissioner so he is the
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only person to ever serve two terms in the command. 10 years after 9/11 with the scars still visible, the commissioner and all of the men and women of the nypd have the tremendous task of preventing future attacks, and to do so they have created a counterterrorism unit unequal by any police agency in the world. >>clayton: you look how the money is allocated to fire the war on terror he also allocated $330 million of the $4.6 billion budget and there is a 1 mix 200 person staff on counter terrorism. >>dave: not a job to focus on local interests. to new york city it is a global war on terror. >>alisyn: and i didn't know until this controversy that nypd has stationed detectives in 11 cities and countries around the
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world. they are trying to cope their finger on the pulse of what is happening and where any sort of hatred or radicalization is. and attorney general holder will investigate the monitoring going on of the mosques in the new jersey area and we will get the muslim perspective on that and a man who says this should be embraced by the muslim community later in the program. >>clayton: a law student interrupts governor christie and he gets this as a response. >> conduct yourself like that in court and you will be thrown in jail. >> more fireworks from the technology governor coming up. >> the next guest says a key issue could help bring rick santorum into the white house, with a secret formula. ok, guys-- what's next ?
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>>clayton: santorum is talking about president obama's bankruptcy law. listen to santorum talk about it. >> worst offender of usurping your rights of creating a culture of dependency because now if this bill is implemented in 2014, not just 45 to 50 percent of americans will be on depend answer programs but every american will be dependent on the federal government for something that is rather important to most people: their health and their live thanks to
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obamacare. there is no more important issue in this race. it magnifies and focuses all that is wrong with what this president is trying to do to this country. >>clayton: my guest says that sound bite could help rick santorum win the nomination. you went to ohio during the sound bite in ohio to find out the buzz about santorum. what about that compelled you to write the column. >>guest: i was taken back by it beginning to ohio and got in a room with 250 people, a suburb of akron, and i wanted to know what was he all about. why was he doing so well? and he started talking to that crowd about freedom, and i want to stimulate, this was nothing in this talk about contra sense or the role of woke in -- woke n the house or gay rights but
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about freedom and he said what we saw in the clip. and this audience mostly working class people just spontaneously started cheering and applausing and yelling "rick, rick." he said this is about deficit, the economy, and criminal of your life which is obamacare. now, i walked away to thing about what i had seen and we all know that obamacare has been unpopular in the polls. but it did not occur to me there was a link between the president's economic policies and the health care plan and people's ideas of individual freedom. santorum tapped into something that no one recognized. >>clayton: and he was touring the small counties in ohio and that is why he did well and romney did well in better cities. is the memorial resonating in the polls in alabama and mississippi romney is surging in
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the "away game." can he get the message out? >>guest: he found his way to an idea that does resonate with people and there is a sense out there that under president obama the government has gotten bigger and bigger and it is not is much that it is big be we live in a steady state between big government but it has gotten too big and santorum found a way to convey to people the government is impinging on their space. >>clayton: talking about rebound but is he doing enough to talk about romney, tying romney care and obamacare? >>guest: the thing is, the day that rick santorum's status rose was the day in the debates we he turned to romney and took apart the massachusetts health care plan, piece by piece by piece. at center of the land is -- plas
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a mandate and it is that word that resonates for santorum "the mandate," the forcing mechanism. people resouthwest this. and romney can't talk about the mandate or has not figured out a way. >>clayton: thank you, fascinating stuff. coming up, talking about putting your nose to the grindstone. >> what do you have up your sleep to be more successful this time? >> i will not make comments. >> ouch! ouch! >> everyone just cringed in the studio. a homecoming queen wants to trade in her crown for a football helmet at l sew.
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>>dave: she is a stalker, star, and now a homecoming queen and now wants to go to the college football field. she is trying out for the lsu tiger football team. yes, that program. if she makes it she will be the first foe mail player ever and the first college player since 2003 and now, we have mo as her friends caller. >>guest: good morning, thank you for having me on. >>dave: a lot of college programs would have an easier shot but les you want to go big, that is how you do things. some say this is a publicity
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stunt. your reaction? >>guest: well, that's a first natural reaction but truly this is something i desire, something i have been training for, for a long time and something i am paths at about, i am an athlete and competitor and i am an individual trying to chase my dream. and the publicity naturally comes along with it but that is not my motivation. >>dave: you are already a standout star for the lsu soccer team, the goalkeeper, so why do this? what motivates you to try out for the best college football programs in the country? >>guest: well, truely i feel like it was a challenge that god layed on my heart in the beginning of 2011 and life has had obstacles and ups and downs but why feel like limitations should twin us and when this idea was placed on me i was
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hesitant and it and a big endeavor to undertake but it continually stayed on my heart and my head and i approached the guys and the copes, and when i got their good graces i started training in pursuing what some would deem impossible. i want to see if what impossible is possible. i hope i can do that through hard work. >>dave: i was at colorado when katie tried to be the kicker. what has been the reaction with the other football players and the great coaches, my favorite guys, miles? >>guest: yes, the boys, this coping staff, they have unbelievable character, and they are just wonderful men to be around, when i officially approach them with the idea in january, i expected to see resistance and that was a natural expectation but they were so open to the idea, so encouraging, and so positive, these are boys i have had the
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blessing of agree up with here in college, spending years away, the upper classmen being friends for three or four years and seeing how the system work so they are deep rooted relationships and friendships that have developed through the years and they gives of character, fun to work with and there are in issues, in concerns whatever regarding anything along those lines. >>dave: two kickers on scholarship do you have a chance? >>guest: that is true, they are excellent kickers and great athletes, you know, i am not beginning to define my chances by odds i will defend my chances by what i believe is possible and, really, pursue what i hope i can obtain, i guess, there is definitely a need for solid back up and i can bring a special something to the table and on to the field and that is the goal to help the football team when
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games. >>dave: folks she is on twitter and will keep you up to date. best of luck. up next, christie has one rule: do not interrupt him. if you do, you could get this. >> conduct yourself like that in court and you will be thrown in jail, idiot. more of the jersey governor's exchange ahead and the candidates going down south. >> i got started right this morning with a biscuit and cheese grits. >>dave: what does governor huckabee think about that? on the way to the studio. [ male announcer ] this is lawn ranger -- eden prairie, minnesota. in here,
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>> that was ctv fuzz reporter trying to ambush the lawyer. and the video -- reverse angle. two cameras. >>clayton: he is all right and the video is viral, and he put it on his own facebook payment. >>alisyn: when he came to and regained consciousness. he is chasing some lawyer and unearthing problems in the small town and trying to get to the bottom of it. the guy being pursued went to see if the reporter is okay. >> he was probably planning on trying to do something.
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rick: cool start to the day, cool and breezy, and in the northeast, and the southeast, cool, so do not worry it is almost over, the winter we never had is about to be long gone it looks like. look at forecast today. one last cool day across the northeast, to time for dave to jump in to the long island sound, a cool day, and that is it in in the southeast. but some rain in texas, and a few thunderstorms across florida and look at the temperatures in the none -- foreign -- northern plains with 60's in north dakota all week long. and they will move to the east, in fact, and across the west,
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looking good and quite a bit of rain across washington. guys? >>alisyn: thank you for reminding us on the polar plunge after the show. and now the headlines a fox news alert. there is word that a yemen airstrike has killed 20 al qaeda-link the fighters at a base 160 miles southeast of the yemen capital and the raid follows another deadly airstrike in yemen yesterday and sources say that was carried out by fighter jets and the white house is not commenting at this time. all this coming days after the newly elected president vowed to root out militants with ties to al qaeda. and president obama reaching out to russian leaders putin wishing congratulations on the win. and the election has been plagued by allegations of fraud
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and enjoy that move is stirring up controversy and protesters are demanding he resign after winning 64 percent of vote on sunday. an air traffic controller with a history of problems put two planes on a collision course, in biloxi, mississippi, last in, and we are just learning of it and the two planes were less than they miles apart. this is the second time that same controller put two planes in danger of a collision and has been suspended several times during the 23 years of service. he may need a vacation. new jersey governor christie getting words with -- well, want this. someone interrupts the governor. >> here is wall happen.
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rutgers will merge. and here is why, there are other opportunities for a bigger and better university. if you decide you want to put on a show i can go back-and-forth with you. and after you graduate from law school you conduct yourself like that in court you will be thrown in jail. >> i tried to be patient with the guy and tried to answer and he was yelling over me. damn, i'm governor, can you shut up for a second? >>alisyn: that was a former navy seal would interrupted him from the audience about education reform and we are told the guy is a democrat who ran for new jersey state assembly and if that matters, the audience applauding christie for putting the guy if his place. makes you want to jump. >> same thing that governor huckabee said in the hall going for a bagel at the same time, and, damn, i am governor get out
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of the way. >>governor huckabee: but i hit my face running into a wall. that seems like a jersey thing, and i don't think that would play well not south. we expect to have a sense of gentility a quality that is expected in the south. it would be not looked upon with great favor. >>clayton: we will get to that in a second and how romney is handling that, news making headlines about this pro obama super pac that has received a large sum of money from bill maher in the wake of the rush limbaugh story and the comments of women back-and-forth, and bell mary has said course language against sarah palin over the years and there is an equal call for the super pac to return the money. and the white house said they will not. your reaction? >>governor huckabee: so much hypocrisy to go around.
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where do you start in the white house? the left ring entertainment industry? but in every case a different set of rules being applied to someone on left than someone on the right. rush limbaugh apologized for what he said and he should have, he did, admitted it was a mistake and we have not heard a similar add motion that it was a mistake on the part not just of bill maher but of chris matthews, who is not a comedian. and he apologized, so give him credit for having later --. they did not have laura and apology but i don't think she needed a call from the white house, she is tough without it. >>dave: they should return the money. >>governor huckabee: or acknowledge if there is an attack on people who say
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terrible things about women be consistent. romney has failed to engage with different sets of people and he goes down south this week and he suddenly tries to adopt the word "y'all," and eat the grits. here is romney in the south. >> this go is with me every single day, takes me wherever i go, the manager of the ole miss football team and turning me into an unofficial southerner and i am saying yeah and i like grits and strange things are happening. morning y'all. good to be with you. i got started right this morning with biscuit can cheesy grits. delicious. >>dave: polls show he is doing all right but is this a good technical technique? >>guest: it is, what he is doing different, four years ago he would have said yes i have been eating grits all my life and saying y'all am -- all my
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life and now he says, look, he is poking fun at himself like he is lending how to eat grits and learning to say y'all, a way of saying i am not trying to retend i am one of you but i respect you and recognize that your culture is worth embracing. >>alisyn: you are right. and all politicians eat the colleague until foods. >>governor huckabee: you better. it does not matter if it is an ice cream cone or a pork chop on a stick, and sometimes it is hideous, in arkansas we had coon supper and you have to eat the raccoon. you have to act like you are having a time of your life. part of the culture of accomplishes. i watched romney four years ago and i.d. called him to go to an
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event and he said in new hampshire, he said well i have been a hunter all my life but he did not have a hunting life and had only been hunting with his cousins as a teen. this is how he ought to handle it. and the interesting thing, he is leading in polls and if someone told me that romney had a chance of playing well or winning in mississippi and alabama i would have said no way, mississippi a big deal, the governor there, very popular governor, endorsed romney, and he endorsed romney and that is huge. and you may say something surprising, romney winning the southern states, that would be game changer. >>dave: game over. but newt and santorum, they have to stay on their pete, and ron paul, because until someone gets that magic number, it ain't over. >>clayton: the governor will stick around with us. >>alisyn: you are.
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>>dave: which movie made more money, an unknown christian film or a known director. >>alisyn: films considered
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conservative outearned movies 4-1. >>clayton: why are more americans seeing faith-based policemens? is it if the current economic climate people want do see violence or others being down on tear luck or uplifting? >>governor huckabee: people go to movies to escape their lives and live through the likes of someone else, whether it is romantic experience or whether it is appear action experience and that is what movies will give us an escape and the ability to transmit beyond ourselves when a person goes to a movie you want to think suicide? or think, i can change the world. but you see the end of rocky or some hideous movie, silence of the lambs, that did not make me think i wanted to become a cannibal. i will stick to coon-eating.
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>>alisyn: this organization calls "movie guide," christian focused entertainment advocacy group looking at the theme and things you would not think of as christian films they saw uplifting message such as "pirates of caribbean," "the help," "loud and close," about 9/11 as having greater themes of uplift than, say, typical hollywood blockbusters with more violence. >>governor huckabee: if you can take your children to, or if you do take them there is a lesson learned, there is value that is presented or a story of redemption. one that probably would not make some lists but the movie "the wrestler," a redemption note in that, but this is not something you take the kids to but you see a powerful story of a broken hand and his quest for significance at the end of his life. that is a powerful kind of message. but here is the interesting
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thing, why doesn't hollywood get get it? put films out there people want to see but they put the films that are critical successes but are box office flops because as the old saying goes of the dog food, the dog won't eat the dog gone stuff. we saw that at the box office numbers way down from where they everyone previously. governor, what is coming up? >>governor huckabee: we have folks from ohio who were with us last week, very powerful moments and we will talk to them about the aftermath and some of them have great stories to tell of what happened particularly the father of a marine, and, then, the santorums, together, first type, on fox, so tune in tonight and sunday for huckabee. >>dave: thank you, governor. coming up next, getting in a better mood is as easy as switching what you eat.
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>>alisyn: feeling blue? this are foods to eat to put you in a good mood. and now "eat this not that," the all new survival guide from men's health magazine. we love it when you come on because we change our diets, after we meet you momentarily and then we go back. but this is great stuff, start with greek yogurt. >> all that will boston -- best your nerves communicate with
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each other because of the calcium. people that are lethargic or sad because they do not get enough. >>alisyn: fantastic, why is dave in a bad mood in and now, asparagus is a mood booster. >>guest: the stuff we think that makes us fall asleep actually helps with the bodies sleep cycle, with a different effect but it is important to not feel grouchy when you wake up not morning you need enough sleep, eat this. >>alisyn: and high levels of folate? >>guest: yes if you is high level of folate less depression. that will make you happy. >>alisyn: i have honey in my tea and i didn't know that there was a mood busting element. >>guest: you notice you are in a good mood, that is why but regular sugar pikes the blood sugar and it drops off so you
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get post sugar depression but with honey it is more subtle. you will not get the fall at the end and it has all kinds of antiinflammaries which help you think russianer. >>alisyn: we hear inflammation is the culprit. and cherry tomatoes? >>guest: italian chefs happy, they have a lot of something that has an antiinflammatory and they are concentrated in the skin of the tomatoes and the cherry tomatoes you get happier. allegation i thought it was the red wine. and now, eggs? >>guest:s have zinc and b vitamins associated with happy mood and they have another effect that makes you happy, studies show that people who eat eggs in the only take in fewer calories the rest of the day so you lose weight so you are happier, losing weight, and that
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is a double hit of happenness. and everyone knows chocolate makes you happy but with snickers you have the sugar, the pest sugar crash and with chocolate you do not eat a lot but it helps the blood flow and it is a mood boost. you only need two or three ounces is always for a hit of happiness. >>alisyn: thank you, very much for coming in. coming up, attorney general holder calling the nypd secret surveillance of muslim communities "disturbing." we talk about that ahead. copd makes it hard to breathe,
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>> good morning, everyone, it's saturday, march 10th, i'm alisyn camerota. america is back to work and the g.o.p. candidates say not so fast. >> and let me note that today's numbers are totally false. >> this president has not succeeded. this president has failed and that's the reason we're going to get rid of him in 2010. >> alisyn: who is right? we're showing you coming up on both sides. >> dave: a n.y.p.d. fought the war on tower, but now they're looking at the muslim surveillance tactics. >> clayton: father may not know best and mother either why kids are using google
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instead of asking you for advice. "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ >> i'm sure you're about to notice an improvement in our moves, dave and i are eating dark chocolate. >> dave: greek yogurt. >> clayton: and i notice that. >> alisyn: we're ebullient. >> clayton: i love this new dave, and this new alisyn, usually hard to work with. (laughter) >> we have a fox news alert. new violence in the the middle east after israel's killing of a militant commander in gaza. so far, palestinians have fired, well, reportedly nearly a hundred rockets into israel wounding at least one civilian seriously and meanwhile, israeli air strikes killed
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militants and killed the leader of the militant wing of the populous committee after ties to hamas. we'll keep an eye on that. new cell phone video of an american airline stewardess going bonkers on a packed flight. wait until you hear this. >> oh, boy, you can hear the attendant screaming over the pa systems moments before the chicago bound flight was supposed to take off from dallas, fort worth and she vented in english and spanish about the safety of the plane. >> she spoke about the 9/11 and thought she was having a breakdown. >> and if we didn't go back to the the gate, we would crash. >> we're told it took six passengers to wrestle her into the seat and reportedly told them she's bipolar and did not take her medication, the
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airline is still investigating. and so there are accused of losing billions in investors money and some of the mf's top executives are up for huge bonuses, and reportedly asking a bankruptcy judge to approve hundreds of thousands of dollars to three executives who stayed on at the firm after the collapse. two executives are named in a number of lawsuits against mf global and former ceo john corzine, you'll he remember he resigned days after the firm was accused of losing 1.6 billion dollars it allegedly took from customers' accounts and loved ones are paying their final respects to marie colv colvin. she was killed in a rocket attack in syria trying to do her job along with a french photographer. those are your headlines. >> all right, out to rick reichmuth, it is chilly, a little too cold for me today.
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>> it is, don't worry, it will be better than tomorrow. >> a lot of people going 0 hawaii this time of year, spring break kind of vacation, what's happened the last week, a lot of areas over 30 inches of rain and probably another four to five days, before this storm is out of here. big upper level disturbance hanging out right there, pummelling areas of hawaii and it's going to continue. very rough surf and high surf advisory, it's good news if you're going there to surf, but three inch hail and a water spout, never heard of that happening in hawaii, but getting it right now. and don't forget to turn your clocks forward before you go to bed tonight. one less hour of sleep and enjoy it some evening when we'll be able to sit outside and eat dinner and we'll be able to do. so beautiful across the eastern part of the country and texas, eastern half we have rain and a little bit of snow across parts of mu new york stock exchange, and take a look at the temperatures,
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rapid city, south dakota, cool across the northeast and the great lakes and tomorrow, that warmers up, in the 60's in minneapolis, 64 in cleveland and those kind of temperatures are going to hang on at least until next friday and long-term. the next two weeks are going to be very, very warm and spring is here. >> fantastic, you i like that. >> thanks, rick. >> thank you, my friend. the president has some good jobs numbers to tout now, friday, the numbers came out and it was pretty good news for the president. unemployment number is static, 200,000 plus jobs in the private sector. >> above what economists predicted. manufacturing got a big boost and people were turning to the labor force and one area that lost jobs no big move in the construction zone obviously when it's linked to housing
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and that's not been the case. and so, the president though, out on the campaign trail saying the jobs numbers, pretty good. >> over the past two years, businesses have added almost four million new jobs, our manufacturers are creating jobs the first time since the 1990's, america is coming back and the last thing we can afford to do is go back to the same policies that got us into the mess in the first place and that's exactly what the other folks running for this office want us to do. and they think y'all have amnesia. but of course, anytime you get the weekly jobs numbers, you have to look at the fine print and analyze further what you're seeing, so, mitt romney and newt gingrich had a lot to say about the jobs numbers and the economy on the campaign trail. >> how many months ago was it? 37 months ago told us if he
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could borrow 787 billion dollars, almost a trillion dollars, he would keep unemployment below 8%. it has not been below 8% since. this president has not succeeded. this president has failed and that's the reason we're going to get rid of him in 2012. >> let me note that today's numbers aren't totally false. the 8.3% unemployment today, if we had the same level of participation in the maybe force at that we had the day obama was sworn in, 10.8%. his achievement has not been creating jobs, his achievement has been driving people out of the work force. that's not progress. that's going backwards. and it makes him the food stamp president in american history. >> clayton: the white house disagrees, 1.5 million jobs
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this past year and. >> alisyn: newt gingrich is looking at a think tank that looks at proportion of people in the work force, versus the total population and why he says the real number is like 10.8% the numbers they use. >> dave: i think what you're hearing from some economists to the president's point about policies, is it the president's policies that are creating all of these jobs and if it is, which policy is it? which obama policy is creating 200,000 private sector jobs? let us know how you feel about that at ff weekend. >> ng there's a piece in "the washington post" reading before the show saying that the the private sector is doing well, despite the government. >> and there is he' the question. >> right. >> like are they out of the way. >> here is an interesting story, growing up you might turn to mom and dad, where does babies come from? >> tell me about the birds and the bees. >> alisyn: i got that at the dinner table. >> clayton: and how do you spell the word "similarly", kids are not going to mom and dad for the answers to life' biggest question, they're going one place, google to get
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their answers. >> alisyn: that's not a good trend. >> dave: 54% of kids under the age of 15 ask google first before the parents. now, i'm hoping they go there first and then go to the parents for further information. >> alisyn: it doesn't say that. >> dave: am i optimistic. >> alisyn: that's not what the study says. and total sign of the times, 25% of kids don't know what an encyclopedia is and 45% never used an encyclopedia and 19% never used addictionry, go to dictionary.com and my daughter turned to he me, mommy, how did you and daddy get three babies? >> and i was flummoxed because my just recently turned seven-year-old daughter asked and i don't know if google would be the best place to send her for that, i shudder to think what they may have provided. >> dave: and you told us, suzanne from pennsylvania, i
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often refer my daughters to google after i give them an answer to the question since i am mom and teenagers never believe a word layer parents say, it is my, i told you so moment when they see in print exactly what i told them. >> alisyn: it's good for that. >> clayton: i like that. josh writes my 12-year-old daughter uses google for school with research and homework when i don't know the answer, a good idea depending what they're searching for. >> alisyn: google can bring you back 100,000 answers a librarian can bring you back the right one. says neil gaiman. she of the american god, neil gaiman. i didn't need google for that. and just this week, my nine-year-old son asked me how many feet in a mile and i told him, google it. >> dave: i tell them ask mommy because my kids ask all sorts of complicated complex
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questions about life and death and yet, they're four and six, ask mommy, she's smarter. >> clayton: i'll remember that. >> alisyn: i agree. and my daughter did recently ask something about god and about heaven and she goes, i know, i'll check online. my daughter said that as though that was going to be the answer. >> dave: or it's ask grandma. >> clayton: what would you do, friends@foxnews.com, how you can find us on e-mail and twitter ff weekend. do you think it's a sign of the times, bad news or rather have your kids asking you for advice. >> dave: the n.y.p.d. gets backlash for spying on muslims in the new jersey area. and eric horld calling it quote, disturbing, but is that fair in a post 9/11 world. >> alisyn: and a student got this response. >> you conduct yourself like that in a courtroom, you're going to get thrown in jail, idiot. >> alisyn: more from chris
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>> in an effort to combat terrorism in the n.y.p.d. has been monitoring muslim neighborhoods in new jersey. that surveillance program now underfire for lawmakers, muslim groups and the latest from the justice department. take a listen to attorney general eric holder this week. >> how can the law enforcement agency spy on another state's residents without notifying the authorities. the governor, the mayor even knowing about it? >> i don't know. i think at least what i've read publicly, and gagain, just what i've read in the newspaper are disturbing and under the review of the justice department. >> calling it disturbing and is that fair in this post 9/11 world? the founder of the american
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islamic forum for democracy joining me live from houston. good morning, doctor. >> good to have you. >> i'm a bit disturbed about our attorney general reading this in the paper and not getting intel from folks directly, but that aside. you say the coverage of this issue has been one-sided, how so? >> it really has. and that's why 20 of our reform minded organizations came to new york last monday and had a press conference to let america and let sort of the narrative go that, you know, this is an anti-muslim, this isn't a siege against muslims. n.y.p.d. are doing good work and surveillance several. no case evidence that they've violated the laws. and we want them to be punished if they violated the laws. there hasn't been one case and look at the press, with ap and the other outlets talking to muslims who feel they're under siege and the narrative is that somehow america is
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against islamic, and muslims. and the narrative feeds into narrative and believe that this is public. they're not violating privacy laws, not wire tap. just data mining. good police work with a cop on the beat and gets to know which are muslims and what's happening in the mosques and if you look at the cases, there's been 13 muslim students that have been arrested and convicted on terror charges, including awlaki. and they're not looking for needles in the hay stack. there were four mosques funds were seized in november 2009 part of the foundation that was a front for the iranian government. so, we have to be open and balanced in the way this is covered. >> dave: okay, doctor. the head of the new jersey fbi says that the surveillance of muslims and mosques damaged relations with muslims and
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weakened national security. but you say the muslim community should embrace this technique. >> i'm fired of the media saying the muslims they speak to are damaged. and sure it's going to damage with relations and remember, this is an ideology that is political and uses religion as a cover. it doesn't damage, many of us that are trying to reform against islamicist ideas want these groups marginalized and the vast silent majority of muslims can begin to be represented as part of the other muslims, per se and time for america to realize that it's not a monolithic. and my kids will be in school. and i hope they're monitoring
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and they're not radicalized and pressured into terror groups themselves. >> and that's an interesting perspective. thank you for being with us, appreciate it. >> appreciate it, thanks, dave. >> ahead, mitt romney gets a southern makeover. >> morning, y'all. good to be with you. i got started right with the biscuits and the cheesy grits. his republican rivals aren't buying it, but will voters be swayed. and wal-mart wants to build its first store in miami and could create hundreds of jobs, why is the community trying to stop it? we'll hear from both sides next. [ male announcer ] that. right there -- reminds you why you fell in love with her in the first place. and why you still feel the same. but your erectile dysfunction -- that could be a question of blood flow. cialis for daily use helps you be ready
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>> welcome back, some quick headlines for you, forget free, wells fargo will charge more for checking account. georgia, new york, new jersey, pennsylvania. they're trying to do away from free checking accounts. don't forget to change your clocks, springing forward with daylight savings time and even though we're going to lose an hour of sleep, we get extra sunshine. i take umbrage, alisyn. >> alisyn: are you using big words, clayton? and wal-mart is ready to expand into the city of miami. despite 300 jobs to an area hard hit by recession, it's getting the colder shoulder.
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the city of miami supports wal-mart's arrival and mortgage broker grant stern opposes bringing in wal-mart and join us for a debate from miami. thanks for being here. >> thanks for having us. >> alisyn: grant, start with you, what's your brief to wal-mart coming to town? >> wal-mart's coming to town and looking to destroy a pedestrian district, go against the zoning code of the city and put in a tremendous, tremendous pull in our fabric of our economy. they're looking to monopolize the grocery business and wipe out small business jobs to pick up jobs for their employees. >> alisyn: frank, you were the assistant city manager from 1999 to 2002, will wal-mart do all of those things that grant just said? >> i think wal-mart is coming into town to do just the opposite of what grant is saying. wal-mart is coming to create jobs. they will create more pedestrian traffic on the street. and they will complete part of
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the hole in the donut that sits there as vacant land. >> alisyn: grant, you said that wal-mart will destroy businesses, i guess you mean mom and pop shops. do they make up for, let's say some mom and pop shops have to close if wal-mart takes away their business. does the fact at that they would employ 100 people make up for that? >> absolutely not. they're just seeking federal tax credits. they're getting brown field yesterday of 25 per person higher and. and they're going to fire hundreds of people half a mile away in the winwood garment district and selling the same goods that wal-mart is looking to sell and fire dozens of people in multiple neighborhoods working at small grocery stores, they're going to fire the owners of those stores and they're going to depress the local economy for real estate and retail, all of those-- >> i hear you and i want frank's response. those are some really significant charges that you're levelling there.
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will, frank, in your experience, will wal-mart be the end of small grocery jobs and small retail jobs like grant is saying? >> i don't he see it that way. i see them coming and see them with those missing in that community. whether it locates in midtown or several locations within the city, but i think it's necessary that this type business come to our community, that it offer the jobs and they're able to compete, along with the small mom and pops that are able to compete and many people that participate or patronize these small shops are going to continue to patronize them. we have small jobs along biscayne where i live and because wal-mart is there we're not going to stop going to the businesses. >> you say you have a solution that wal-mart should just relocate to a more mass
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transit area, how would that help? >> well, everybody that i've spoken do, who does not own a car and lives in the mid town edge water district of miami, east side north of downtown, all of them asked me why isn't wal-mart locating along the train station? we have a train station that just got made into a switch station for the new airport line. it would be the switch station for the proposed orange line, or excuse me, running 27th avenue to the stadium alongside a major highway and that air is really depressed, there's nothing there. wal-mart is a huge draw, absolutely and we could build a huge highway and benefit the community without destroying the fabric of midtown. >> alisyn: unemployment 10.9% in miami, higher than the national average. what's your final word? >> my final word, i don't think this should be located
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on a nimby type of situation, not in my back yard. i think it should be located where the marketing and the research shows that it belongs. i don't have an objection to it being next to a rail station with transition or 79th street shopping center, a d oriented destination, but wal-mart should have a say where they want to locate. they're the business that's bringing into the city. >> we shall see what happens. grant, we know that you have 7 750 signatures against wal-mart and keep us posted as to what happens with wal-mart in that neighborhood, thank you. >> thank you, thank you for having us. >> alisyn: one thing you don't know is interrupt new jersey governor chris christie. >> conduct yourself like that in the courtroom your rear end's going to get thrown in jail, idiot! >> more of what got the governor so heated next. it's not a bird, it's not a
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>> hey, who says that penguins can't fly, dave. something he says. >> alisyn: constantly. >> clayton: here is pete and penny, the adorable duo taking down a stroll down the aisle. and you're reading a book and they are he' strelling down. >> a pilot made sure to ask if anyone was allergic to penning wishes. >> how would you know? >> everyone knows if you have a peanut or penniguin allergy. they are were on the way to new york documentary frozen planet narrated by a famous flyer, alec walled win. >> you have to get up and stretch your flippers, every-- >> it flies better. >> and this is a good segue to our next talking point.
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maybe penguins could help keep your kids quiet in the sky. if you fly with young children, part of the struggle. four to several hours, keeping them occupied and entertained so they don't have a meltdown and bother the other passengers. >> kind of looks like this from kindergarten cop, if you will. take a look. >> give me that. >> no! >> stop it! >> no! >> let me take a look! >> no. >> hey, come here, if you don't stop screwing around back there, this is what i'm going to do with you-- >> now, arnold was on to something, that's the the ultimate nanny in the sky and now a person has nanny in the clouds. allows you to get online, register the flight, two, three weeks out. and you can pair up with a family who needs help, and ten
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bucks is the service, and i know people who refuse to fly because they're afraid to travel with young kids. >> i didn't want to fly with-- i didn't want to fly with the first two years to for my kids, i didn't want to travel, but didn't want to subject the other passengers to three screaming children. >> you set yourself later. you've got to break them in earlier. flying at five, four weeks. >> you get them trained if they're excite abouted it and they're not a bear. and e-mails from tim from missouri writes, how lazy can you get. and the person who came up with the idea will cash in and we've become a lazy bunch. >> haven't cashed in yet. not a successful pairing and maybe this publicity will help. an e-mail from anita in virginia, i wouldn't hire a nanny for my own kids, but willing to pay to have one on board my next flight. >> nanny in the clouds. >> angy a tweet.
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violations and travelling, equal family times. don't people push their kids off to others to watch and raise them already. my question, are you paying someone else to give your kids candy? is that what a nanny in the sky would do, just give them the ipod and the candy? i don't need that service. >> they can be in first class, they can be in coach. >> oh, you make a great point. >> keep them coming to us, nanny in the clouds at ff weekend on twitter. >> and more to tell, but a lot of news, including a five taliban detainee, now agreed to be transferred to qatar, what they're calling good faith measures, designed to bring the taliban to the negotiating table before our troops leave the country the end of 2014. neither the white house, more the pentagon has commented, but critics have spoken out against the u.s., holding talks with the taliban, saying it's not a good idea to give them more power. congress might have pressured
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the government to stop big payouts at bailed out mortgage giants fannie mae and freddie mac. are they making good on that promise. despite the bonuses for all workers and a pay cap of $500,000 for some of the to be executives, it seems there are employees who made it out unscathed and a new report shows that some executives, including the cfo's at both firms are making more than 2 million dollars a year, tell us about sports, would you please? >> let's do that, folks, could peyton manning's future be with my denver broncos? kicking off the tour in colorado. four time mvp, fresh off release by the colts, met. fans were gathered outside the headquarters and next stop on the tour, arizona and miami and he'll likely meet with dan marino. sources say the most prized free agent ever wants a deal done by tuesday and good for
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peyton manning not creating a brett favre-like circus, wrap it up quick. >> and new jersey governor chris christie has one rule generally at town hall meetings. don't interrupt him. here is a look what happens if you do. >> here is what's going to happen, what i'm doing is providing other opportunities for a bigger and better university, you decide what you want to do is put on a show today, let me tell you issing, i can go back and forth with you as much as you want. and let me tell you something, after you graduate from law school conduct your is he have like that in a courtroom, your rear end is going to get thrown in jail, idiot. >> i tried to be patient with the guy and tried to start answering yelling over me, man, i'm governor. could you shut up for a second? >> unfortunately that video was edited and you don't hear the interruptions, but they were there. governor christy responding to the law school student and a
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former navy seal who kept interrupting with education reform and told that the interrupter is a democrat who ran unsuccessfully for new jersey assembly and not sure if that played into it and the audience applauded for putting him in his place. >> and mississippi and alabama, that would not play in the south. >> governor huckabee echoed those sentiments. >> clayton: let's check with rick for the forecast. >> the last gold morning could be outside and crowds will be coming and people here. tell he me what you just said. >> i watch fox news every day all day long. >> wow! >> i love it, absolutely love it, megyn kelly is my favorite. >> sorry, ali. >> sorry, ali. >> we tried, thank you very much. and let's take a look at the maps, guys, and we're springing forward, set your clocks ahead one hour and change the batteries in your smoke detectors and alarms, always a good reminder, one less hour of sleep and got to
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go to bed an hour early tonight. >> take a look at the temperatures across couny right now. a cool start to the day across parts of the northeast and really across a lot of the country, but a major warm-up in store and take a look at the forecast and see the northeast, looking cool today, that all changes tomorrow, temps climb about 20 degrees tomorrow and down to the southeast, rain across parts of texas and a thunderstorm across the areas of florida, but that's about it and towards the northern plains, temps in, 50's, 60's, and 70's, back to you inside. >> thanks, rick. as we take a look at the caucuses or the primaries in alabama and mississippi, mitt romney on a southern tour and taking on some of the southern affectations as he does to some of the crowds and drum up support down there. see if this plays well, y'all. >> this is garrett jackson, this guy, this guy is with me every single day takes me
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everywhere i go. the manager of the ole miss football team and i'm turning into an unofficial southerner and saying y'all and i like grits and strange things are happening to me. morning, y'all. good to be with you. i got started right this morning with a biscuit and some cheesy grits, i tell you, delicious. >> alisyn: is that mitt romney or paula dean? >> or haley barbour. >> alisyn: he's adopted the cuisine and the culture. >> dave: governor huckabee likes how he's playing it compared to 2008 and seeing them in alabama, mississippi, and appears to be working and one final note. kansas caucuses we haven't mentioned much. they are today. and 40 delegates at sake and santorum looks like the odds on favorite. >> clayton: the polls looking close depending which you're looking at up and down and we'll watch that further for you in the show. illegals are cashing in on your tax dollars and it's
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legal. we'll explain the shocking loophole. >> alisyn: plus. >> dave: they're cute, they're cuddly, and might bite your arm off. up next, we're going for a walk on the wild side with these really cute guys, and that geo wild calessy anderson with a bear cub. >> alisyn: that's a bear? let's check with neil cavuto what's coming up on the cost of freedom business block. >> good morning, job one at the cost of freedom, well, still jobs, more are coming back as stimulus spending dries up. why are some low makers pushing for more of that spending right now. as unemployment seems to be improving. will the gas price spike? all that, and then the college free for all. one state's push to give every high school graduate a free education is getting a big fat f-from taxpayers, those are at the top of the hour, see you then. (lures tumbling)
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>> the dreaded time of year again, can you smell it? it's tax time. that's what smells. while your taxes may be due in a month. what if we told you billions of dollars in available tax funds may be going to illegal aliens, not only is it true? our tax code allows for it. here is shed light is news editor, katie, nice to see you this morning. >> great to see you, too. >> explain this to me. what is going on here? >> essentially, the way this works, is in the united states, if you're not-- there are a lot of people not authorized to work here, illegal aliens and work visas, and foreign investors. what the irs does, they still require you, even if you're not authorized to work in the united states to file a tax return, so they give you an individual taxpayer identification number. what that enables is illegal aliens to file a return whether they're paying income taxes or not and receive what's called the child taxpayer refund.
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instead of paying taxes in the system irs is allowing them to gain a tax refund although they're not surprised to work in the united states and they're also not authorized to really even in the first place, file a return because they're not supposed to be working in the first place and earning an income. >> clayton: amazing. here are the numbers behind this thing, additional tax credit that folks have been receiving, illegals and i don't know how many is going to illegal. 924 million n 2010, up to 4.2 billion dollars for that child tax credit. do we know how much of that is going to illegal immigrants? >> well, the problems is that they think that a lot of it going to illegal immigrants, but because the irs isn't exactly keeping track of who they're handing out the individual taxpayers numbers to, they can't really keep track of who is supposed to be getting the tax credit, why are these people filing a return in the first place, and another aspect of this, that's pretty alarming, the irs is turning the other way when it
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comes to illegal immigrants applying for the tax credit with social security numbers of legal workers or u.s. citizens. >> clayton: remarkable and the here is the response from the irs, ne say any suggestion that the irs shouldn't be paying out the credit under current law to itin holders is incorrect. the irs administers the law and if the law were changed. the irs would change its programs accordingly. what do you say to that? >> i would say the irs is right on this one, that the tax return loophole requirements and to get this tax refund were loosened in 2001. and the regulations were boosted in 2009 with a stimulus, so it's behind the problem and giving out more refunds and stimulus money than people are paying into the system. the irs says they're right when they're following the law. and why are the illegal workers filing returns in the first place when they're not
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authorized to work in the united states regardless. >> and strikes again. >> great to see you this morning, have a great weekend. and thank you for breaking it down for us. >> you, too. >> and we have the cute stars of the national geographic of wild shows, are those bears and trying to hibernate into rick? ♪ turn left. the passat is one of nine volkswagen models named a 2012 iihs top safety pick. not...that... we'd ever brag about it... turn right. come on, nine. turn left. hithe brakes. huh? how did that get there? [ male announcer ] we can't hide how proud we are to have nine 2012 iihs top safety picks. so we're celebrating with our "safety in numbers" event. that's the power of german engineering. right now lease the 2012 passat for $219 a month.
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>> there's a new wild life tv series taking viewers on a journey across north america. it's nat geo's america the wild and it's giving you an up close look at the mighty black be
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bear. >> look at the size of that bear, that bear is massive. >> nothing small about my latest mission, to find bears here and the moose, bull frog, the black bears and even the leeches. >> and nothing mighty about the bear in reichmuth's arms yet. joining us the host of the new series, america the wild on nat geo world, good to see you, casey, they look so cute and cuddly. >> alisyn: are they about to shred rick reichmuth. >> this one is doing good and that one is climbing the tree. >> clayton: and the draws. >> how old. >> only seven weeks old and hard to believe they'll grow it be over 400 pounds. >> clayton: on the show you trek across north america and close to liz sards, vultures, and endangered speice seas.
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>> everywhere from the bottom of the grand canyon and the atlantic ocean, a finding them and once in a lifetime moment. >> aren't you scared? these are predators you're talking about. >> fears can sometimes be a handicap. you don't want to be afraid. you want to be confident and understand the animals, it's my job to document them and not harass them and hope that people fall in love with them. >> you want to be that. what about us, what about people camping on family trips see something like this. >> how should they act. >> you know, one thing you've always got to remember, these guys are usually more afraid of people than you are of them. if you have a good understanding. prepare yourself with knowledge, animals are peaceful. so, that's the best way to could he exist. >> one of the things you talk about wolverines, my perspective comes from the x-men. >> we don't have a lot of video, national geographic,
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incredible resource, you get up close and personal, what did you find. >> exactly what you're saying, they've hardly ever been filmed. everything we got like almost first, once in a lifetime thing. and one thing we did find they're curious and pretty playful and when you hear about wolverines, it's like they're chasing a grizzly bear or a back of wolves, they're tough, but have the playful side and they need land to roam and be free. >> alisyn: that's the sound of the bear in rick's arm. >> clayton: he's cooing. >> that's a happy sound. >> alisyn: oh, my gosh. >> that's a happy sound coming from me. >> alisyn: that's actually rick. it's got to be hard to unpry this baby bear for rick's arms. is it wise for rick to raise a bear in manhattan. >> not too wise, but might be good for the next contract. >> and these are the claws,
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ow, a seven week old. they're painful. >> dave: i can't wait for reichmuth and the bear, the reality show and first, america the wild. eight o'clock eastern time on the nat geo show. and more in the after the show show. >> is it more wild in the arctic circle or here in manhattan. more "fox & friends" in two. ♪
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