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>> good morning everyone, it's sunday, november 27th. i'm al lynn camerota. a major blow to u.s.-pakistan relations after a strike kills pakistani soldiers. why it's raising terrorism theers and top u.s. officials to apologize. >> dave: g.o.p. hopeful newt gingrich has plenty to smile about this morning. a big endorsement that pretty much solidifies his front runner status. >> clayton: it doesn't look like going anyway occupy los angeles given an ultimate tum to pack it up or stay strong. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪
>> good morning everybody, good sunday morning, coming up in just a bit. one of the three americans arrested in egypt is going to join us, knocked around, forced to sit in a fetal position. >> alisyn: terrifying. breaking news, video from pakistan as the country buries 24 troops killed in an n.a.t.o. cross border air raid. it happened yesterday and n.a.t.o. helicopters reportedly attacked two military posts near afghanistan. >> right now the obama administration is promising a full investigation into the attack. in response, pakistan closed both border crossings used to supply troops. >> dave: if the attack is confirmed it it will be, the deadliest friendly fire incident n.a.t.o. against
pakistani soldiers since the start of the war in afghanistan and this is so unusual because we hear about a lot of drone strikes that happen to go wrong. this was helicopter and fighter jets and we haven't heard about incoming fire from the pakistani military. this is huge news, in terms of this already damaged relationship. >> clayton: and furthermore, we have confirmed of course the border agents confirmed they've stopped n.a.t.o. trucks coming across the border to resupply this space and a huge blow and further fractures the relations with pakistani. cross border drone strikes into afghanistan and monitoring what's going on in yemen, that whole area. the pakistanis are furious what happened and they've closed the border crossings and that's important to the u.s. because it's a vital supply chain and how our
troops in afghanistan can get the supplies they need. will they be able to function, it's happened before, a year ago when two pakistani soldiers were killed and they also closed the cross border and what happened was people were killed because terrorists seized on this moment and were able to intercept things. so people are hoping at that doesn't happen again. >> dave: again, the two main reasons it's important, the supply routes and the situation, they have nukes. pakistani government has nukes and we give them billions each year in foreign aid and what will happen now. a statement from the pentagon. u.s. diplomatic and military leaders each stressed in addition to their sympathies and commitment to review the incidence, the importance of the u.s.-pakistani partnership which serves the mutual interests of our people and these leaders pledge today remain in close contact with their pakistani counterparts
as we work true this challenging time, and rk perry said we've got to cut off foreign aid and start over. >> alisyn: secretary of the state hillary clinton and leon panetta apologized and expressed condolences. >> clayton: and supporting the investigation. get to the bottom of it. turning to politics, newt gingrich in all accounts in some polls seems to be the front runner and it's hard to make sense. >> dave: clearly top tier. >> clayton: top tier candidates and in new hampshire, the most influential, the manchester union lead they are is apparently about to endorse newt gingrich, haven't done it yet, but they're about to and of course, this is, remember what happened with john mccain in 2007, they enforced john mccain and went on to win the primary. a big, big, endorsement to him. >> dave: a slap in the face to mitt romney. >> alisyn: he had actively
lobbied this endorsement and the number, the spread. >> dave: not close. >> alisyn: between mitt romney in terms of polls of g.o.p. voters and newt gingrich. 21%, 14% to newt gingrich. >> clayton: 41%. so newt gingrich and ron paul tied for second place that that poll. >> dave: that's a lot of distance. newt gingrich is the 6th person to lead the polls if you include donald trump going all the way back and seems a little reactionary. i can't imagine mitt romney isn't just furious this morning over how hard he's worked in that state. >> clayton: possibly, but isn't it like lobbying to get class cuty. >> alisyn: which i did. >> clayton: but you did. who is going to make the decision on school council. would you mind--
a they sat down with candidates and discussed things with them. and they may have agreed to news gingrich's position. and herman cain in the wake of everything with milwaukee, sitting down that with that editorial board. he close to cancel the meeting with the union ap canceled it and back on again. no more editorial boards for a little while until i figure out what's going on with libya. >> alisyn: speaking who is praising gingrich's strengths. strange politics makes strange bedfellows, bill clinton gave an interview why he thinks that newt gingrich is having a renaissance and talks about his strengths. remember, they were arch rivals when they had all sorts f tensions. now he talks about his
strengths and newt gingrich starts outside the box. >> dave: this is bill clinton on his immigration stance. >> clayton:. >> he's articulate and trying to think of a reason-- last night i watched the national security debate last night and newt said two things that would make an independent voter say, well, i've got to nsider that. he said okay. i don't want to legitimize people who-- immigrants who came here undocumented illegally. on the other hand, a lot of those people have been here for years, worked hard, paid taxes, they've got kids in the schools, and they're not criminals, we're going to have a hard time sending them all home there are millions of them. so, i'd like to have a process where they could be here legally, but not have a path to citizenship.
that sort of splits the difference between the immigration reforms proposed by president bush and president obama which would give a path to citizenship and would be a version of what president raggen did. n -- president reagan did. would that help him or hurt him? may not help him in the primary if bill clinton is supporting what he says. >> alisyn: it's not like he's going against time. >> dave: does it help. >> clayton: right, today's point primary. in the general, how does it help him with independent voters who strongly support bill clinton and he left office with 67% approval rating and well looikd individual ap president. yesterday newt gingrich on our show-- i'm sorry, michele bachmann held up a letter accusing newt gingrich of something interesting and now the firestorm has started as a
result of it, take a look. >> it's people who have been here for 25 years, that would be completely different than the letter that he published in the wall street journal. there was no clarification, that it would be people that are here 25 years and that would be completely different than the statement he publicly made less than a year ago that he believed people should have the pathway to citizenship. >> what does that letter say? so the letter was newt gingrich back in 2004 supporting president bush's plan for a guest worker program. the guest worker program would basically legitimize workers here allowing them to stay and work here and not give them an immediate path to citizenship. here is a quote from that letter that gingrich signed in 2004. propose proposed a new legal path to work in the u.s. through a temporary working program. watching willing workers with willing employers, we applaud
the president and believes to establish a humane, orderly and economically sensible immigration, that will focus on genuine threat. i thought you were were going to read along with me. michelle bk patton basically says it's a smoking been, shows that he believed in this back in 2004 what he says is his sort of evolved position on illegal immigration. >> dave: i don't know that it's evolved. i think he's acknowledged he's felt this way for daimler-chrysler cade agreeing with some of the things reagan thought about immigration. look, she clearly did present something new in the argument, but newt is not backing down. here is what he told us. two things are going on here, either the congresswoman is intentionally lying to people or she does not understand immigration reform. either way, it is sad to see from a presidential candidate, i think questions remains this, for the republican
candidates that don't agree with newt. what is your plan? how will you deport 11 million illegals. is there any system under which that will work. >> alisyn: we asked michele bachmann that yesterday. >> clayton: there is no answer to that. >> alisyn: she worked around she would prioritize. criminal records and-- >> some of the questions we asked, she didn't really answer a lot of viewerses e-mails and tweets that she was dodging that. and karl rove says you're not going to get rid of 11 million americans, not going to happen. 11 million illegal immigrants, it's impossible to happen. that will continue. and two things about to happen not getting press because of the holiday right now. this payroll tax extension which that battle is coming up in the next few weeks and so it unemployment benefits and 99 weeks, whether or not that will run out.
about to happen in january. >> right, because the super committee failed their task to come up with compromise. >> these things are about to happen. and now duels op-ed from the democratic members committees. >> dave: this is what people hate. >> alisyn: i know and they've come out with their version of events and what happened. >> clayton: republicans lobbed the first on friday, saturday. >> alisyn: i thought chris-- >> they were both posted. >> clayton: friday the 25th is when the republicans sent their op-ed andhen saturday the democrats fired back, but two different, this is exactly why there was gridlock. g.o.p., they were first. why do not-- we do not choose to add more to the blame game for failure of the on deficit reduction, but one democratic point needs debunking, the talks failed because of attached to the bush tax cuts that's not what
stymied request, but democrats refuse to go acknowledge the consistency and planning the way they'd raise tax revenue-- >> will the me try and clarify what the republican. every republican on the super committee jointly wrote that op-ed. basically saying that the democrats insisted upon one thing, one thing only, 1 trillion dollars in new taxes and they say that was a deal breaker he for the republicans and the democrats would not shy away and they also say yeah, they were going to give us some tax, some of our things, but let the bush tax cuts expire anyway, so double-jeopardy, if you will. >> alisyn: chris van holland one of the democrats on the super committee. our failure is because both parties refused to give count and ignores the fact while guarding tax breaks for the
highest earners, bush tax cuts, republican refused to trem rarely extend and increase for working americans next year and came down to the bush tax points, that was the sticking point. >> clayton: and like the teacher in the peanuts, wa, wa, wa. this drives americans nuts. the bickering back and forth they can't stand. the super committee was bound to fail from the beginning. >> dave: it was. >> clayton: senators simpson from simpson-bowles says you had individuals on the deficit reduction panel, it was stacked from the beginning. >> dave: 600 billion dollars in defense department cuts in the next ten years, didn't they realize this was coming. >> alisyn: yeah. >> clayton: we are going to talk to our political panel.
>> alisyn: we have headlines. all three students arrested during the anti-government in egypt are safely back on u.s. soil. one is speaking out. 19-year-old derrick sweeney claims that they abused them and threatened them at gun point. three boys were arrested for allegedly throwing fire bombs at government security force ins tahrir square. and sweeney says they're false. sweeney and his mother are joining us on "fox & friends" in two hours, don't miss that. a raid in orlando hoping to find out clues about missing mom parker. her ex-fiancee and she feuded with on an episode of people's court. she jshd hours after it aired. the $50,000 reward offered for
their daughter's safe return is only good until today. they wanted a limit on the money to enturning people with tips to come forward immediately. the fbi uncovering what appears to be a phone hacking running with links to terrorism. four people in the philippines were reportedly arrested to are hacking into tatum accounts here in the u.s. they then used those accounts to transfer 2 million dollars to an al-qaeda linked terror cell in southeast asia and the group allegedly behind several attacks including the 2002 bomb red wings bali and left more than 200 people dead. no word how many at & t accounts were compromised. in los angeles, they have until monday morning to leave the encampment. most say they plan to stay and test their luck with police. those are the headlines. >> dave: that could get ugly.
let's check with maria molina in for rick with the weather. >> we have some unsettled weather to talk about. a large cool front that slowly heads ebay from the great lakes all the way down into the gulf coast. you can see a lot of rain with this system falling heavily across city of detroit, and western ohio so we could be looking at major delays along the airports, some pretty wig hubs in columbus and detroit and also some thunderstorms across parts of the southeast like alabama and mississippi. this system is going to be a slow mover. throughout the day it's going to continue to rain and then split into two pieces and interesting, one is going to head towards young and the second piece is going to continue to linger around the southeast the next several days, pulling in cold air, tuesday morning or late monday night, could see snow across tennessee and parts of alabama. we'll look at snowfall in the
deep south. temperatures behind the system, chilly, 40 and kans kansas-- >> we told you about the back and forth between newt gingrich and michele bachmann about the immigration policy. and who stands to-- let's ask our panel, and chief business correspondent for business news and report, and hope you all had a wonderful thanksgivings. rick, let's start with you. who benefits from this, newt gingrich firing back at michele bachmann, we showed you the full screen basically saying he doesn't know what's going on with michele bachmann, and he doesn't think that she understands immigration. >> if you step back, newt gingrich roolooks like the fron runner and michele bachmann is way low in the polls and looks
like she's trying to get attention attacking the guy up front on immigration reform. newt has been around so long, he's got a stance on practically every issue in washington. this is an issue that changed over time and we see it coming out in this controversy. >> clayton: her argument he has had a shifting position on immigration. he supported a version of this-- >> he has a long record for voters to see where he's changing on views from one end. spectrum to the other. and michele bachmann using this opportunity to boost her polls and to get more press for herself and it's working. >> clayton: is it workening iowa. michele bachmann was the sweetheart in iowa. won the straw poll, obviously born in iowa, what's happened. 8% in a recent poll in iowa. >> she's looking what did
happen to rick perry, looking at beginning of the end. the attacks on him worked and immigration, why not with newt gingrich and the reality the republican party has moved so far on the right on immigration, from where they were when bush was president and no longer acceptable i don't know where they think they'll pick up any hispanic or latino votes. >> you bring up a great point and we can circle back and rick, i'll give you the final word on that topic. julie brings up an interesting point, karl rove says we've hurt the party. if we say we'll boot out 11 million immigrants. >> i think you've got newt gingrich thinking more like mitt romney, let me think about it. you heard almost a bit of compassion out of newt gingrich in the debate the other night talking about the
issue you can't break up families you have to find out a way for families to stay intact. a lot of wiggle room, but he left it to go back closer to the center if he would make it into the general election. >> so all of this is historying, left to right, back to the center for the primary election. rehe minds voters why they think they want a third party candidate. somebody who's not in either of these two parties of course, knowing the tea party movement is a part of that as well. is there a way for a third party candidate? the wall street journal painting a perfect storm scenario right now because the dissatisfaction with both parties is through the roof. now it's up at 81%. >> listen, people are frustrated. concerned about the economy. unemployment is high. a record number of people are on food stamps, but for a third party candidate to come in, that would hand the election to president obama. again, and the last thing we need is four more years of his
failed leadership. we need to get out of the situation we're in and not just hand him the reelection. >> ed koch said this about michael bloomberg, a major chance of a third party winning. i believe he offerings independence and money and finance. and ron paul doesn't get traction for republicans, he's got 18% ever voters said they would support him in a third party candidacy. does it hurt republicans more than it helps democrats or third party? >> who runs, don't forget ralph nader cost al gore the election. it depends who the candidate is. it's virtually impossible to become the president if you're on the third party. you can get the electoral
college to support you. these people do it out of egos sometimes, do it to be spoilers, do it for their parties, but realistic-- even with michael bloomberg and all of his money, he realizes can't win. >> that would be bad news for republicans, discussing it, if bloomberg were to run, i think that would be bad news for obama. mike bloomberg is socially liberal and sound like obama on social issues and a businessman who has run new york city and looks like somebody who can get the job done which could take away from obama, but third party candidates have basically been personalities for the last 20 years. the it revolves around one candidate and the difficulty is building a party around that and we have a seen it even with the tea party. obviously, a movement that has
major roots, but basically coalesced into the republican party. that's part of the problem that the republicans are having. it's extremely difficult to third party structure. >> the point with bloomberg, obama must be laying await at night. bloomberg would probably take the jewish vote from president obama because obama is hostile towards-- exactly right. hostile towards israel and comments he made recently about benjamin netanyahu that he has to deal with him like's he an a burden. >> clayton: would that hurt him with independents as well if bloomberg jumped into the race? >> right, he's not had a successful third term. >> people here don't like him. question, can michael bloomberg translate around the kupt. i don't know the answer. i know he's a smart business man, a shrewd businessman. is he going to invest his
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>> welcome back everybody, dave briggs, clayton morris and alisyn camerota, the wait is over and now we're back. >> alisyn: hope you liked that tease. a judge is doing some unusual sentencing in florida, correct. >> clayton: yeah, lake county. >> alisyn: lake county, florida, and she used to be a teacher and sounds like judge donna miller believes everything is a teachable moment in her courtroom. so what she did was she ordered a defendant, who was 345 pounds and she said he had to go to jail for a suspended license, but he could get out early for each pound he lost in jail she would deduct a day from his sentence. he lost 25 pounds and he got out 20 days early.
do you agree with that. >> dave: she has different incentives and it's not about weight loss. there's other things, start jogging you can get out early. take a dance class which i know clayton with take that. tutor math and write christmas cards for an early release, clayton. i like it. these aren't violent criminals, but shows a level of discipline that i think the criminals can contribute more to society if they can do something that takes discipline. takes six weeks to get in shape one week to get out of shape. if you're working to get healthy she feels put him back in society and he's not going to have the same problems again. >> alisyn: the flip side, it was easy, this defendant says, to lose weight in jail because the food was terrible. >> clayton: eating vegetables. >> alisyn: and he felt the food was disgusting and bland and gets in the real word and
lasagna and burritos. >> dave: he'll put that 20 might back on. with a does losing weight have to do with breaking the knew with driving with a suspended sentence. i don't know. hopefully it's about discipline and how she backs it up. the judge, like sentencing someone in a drug case, much rather have them stop doing drugs than send them to jail. i hope i can help. she'll join us live to explain the interesting incentives for early release. >> alisyn: yeah, sends your questions via twitter if you have any for the judge. >> clayton: ff weekend on twitter. >> alisyn: thank you, dear. the rest of the headlines. a horrible family tragedy and father and two daughters are killed after their plane crashes into a field near chicago. on the way to drop off one of the girls at wheaton college in illinois. the witnesses say the plane deployed a pair suit, but tangled around a tree and
n.t.s.b. is investigating whether the plane was properly registered, all four people on board have died. another lead for the search of baby lisa has gone cold. a self-proclaimed psychic believed her body was dumped and no sign of lisa, just ten months old when she disappeared from her crib nearly two months ago. police are undecided and whether to charge the woman who doused a crowd with pepper spray all offer a xbox. >> my eyes, my eyes! >> my eyes! >> this terrible scene happened at a wal-mart in california on friday. the suspect described as a latino woman in her 30's was not identified and did turn herself in. 20 people complained of
burning eyes and sore throats and she paid for the game console and left the store. well, a man who calls himself the toughest sheriff throws his support behind rick perry. he will announce an endorsement and he'll campaign with perry in new hampshire. dave, tell us about sports. >> dave: you've got it. a delicious thursday for nfl games, all right? and add friday, lsu's big win and felt like leftovers this weekend in sports, but they were delicious leftovers, auburn, bama, and the crimson tide were rolling, that's aj mccarron, one of three first touchdown passes, a 41 yarder made it 7-zip and there was another in the first half and bama fans were psyched. 24-7 at the break. third quarter. tigers tried to claw their way back.
and foster opening kickoff, he takes it to the house, 11 seconds later, auburn had their second touchdown of the game and neither came on offense, one defense, one special teams. they're looking forea rematch. 42-14. and that's richardson who may have solidified a heisman, 200 yards on the ground. this kid is legit. all right. michigan at ohio state. what a big game. look at the big house. it was rocking on saturday. and you know what, ohio state made a great game this have thing. the quarterback, kiefer, hits goal and then it's about shoe lace what, they called robinson, the quarterback, he rushed for two touchdowns and threw for three. and may have found himself in the heisman race, michigan
40-34 their first win over ohio state since 2003 and that's 2,926 days, that's a long time, fox. and talk about an underdog victory, university of nevada las vegas, knocking off number one north carolina yesterday. and stand beck had a career high 28 points, to help unlv stun the tarheels, 90-80. and las vegas invitational in their back yard. the furs time unlv has played a top ranked team in more than two decades. 13 threes and a new number one on monday. and alisyn is taking notes. >> alisyn: can you repeat what happened in football. >> dave: who won the michigan-ohio state game. >> alisyn: michigan. >> dave: yea! >> a nickname, shoe lace. >> alisyn: i got the part
about leftovers and delicious. >> dave: next tum i'm going to make you pay attention, it's going to have to be a journey and that's why you'll have to pay attention. >> clayton: and let's check with maria molina with a look at the forecast, she's outside. >> it's not too bad here currently. 54 degrees in new york city, pretty good for the month of november, i'm from florida and i don't think it's bad here and it's a very nice morning and temperatures across the northeast generally on the warm side. we have a storm system off to the west and that's bringing in quite a bit of unsettled weather and let's look at the med lines. the system is strong and see the rain basically from florida all the way up from iowa and that's the entire zone and looking at potential travel delays. a big travel day today. everybody headed home back from the holidays and that's what we'll be looking at throughout the day. it will stay warm not just in the northeast, but eni remember too seaboard and we have a southerly wind ahead of the cold front and take a look at the next headline and storm is actually going to be
pushing into the pacific northwest, bringing in a brief shot of some rain and even some high elevations, but not a major deal, not as big of a deal as the system we're tracking from ohio to florida and ahead, very warm temperatures northern rockies, 20 to 25 degrees above average and very farm out there. as we click into the next graphic, basically the very mild air across the northeast, highs in the 60's and 50's and storm system off to our west, when we talk a look from ohio into parts of alabama. stormy across the south and warm ahead of it. behind the system, chilly, high of only 4 and oklahoma city, high of 48 and snow into the deep south, tomorrow and into tuesday, very unusual. >> alisyn: maria, thank you so much. we've had an important update. we've told you about the
november guys where thousands of men all over the world let their fial hair run amok in the name of charity. following one team called burt reynolds hates cancer and today the final update how much they've raised and more importantly what the staches look like. kyle johnson and benhamton and all the mo-grows behind them. how are your staches doing, guys. >> fantastic, fantastic. great to be here this morning, thank you for having us on again, appreciate it. >> alisyn: it's our pleasure and we love following the progress. who do you think at this point has the best stache. >> i obviously almost going to vote for myself. i would be willing to bet that everybody on the team is going to vote for themselves as we're all very greedy people. >> alisyn: gotcha. ben, how much money has your team raised? >> we've raised about $3200.
>> alisyn: that's very cool. and nationally we should mention, the united states has raised 9.3 million dollars for men's health a great accomplishment. >> yes, that's correct, the u.s. has been 9.4 million this month and globally, the program which runs through ten countries about 59 million this month alone. >> alisyn: tremendous. now, will any of you guys be keeping your staches beyond november? >> and i'm thinking about it. every time i look in the mirror, i see it and i kind of think about keeping it. >> me and my girlfriend are up in the air about it. every day she gets a little more comfortable with it. so-- (laughter) >> and that's hilarious we've showed the before picture and you were supporting
interesting head gear. are there any guys on your team who just could not grow the stavhe. >> no grow bros, and coming in thin, and then a little thinner. and yes, but huge props to them as they have gone the entire month with having a little less than a mustache and stuck it out and gone through the ridicule to raise the money for the cause, so, i mean, in all truth the biggest, the biggest congratulations have got to go to them. >>yeah. >> alisyn: now, guys, show you a picture that we spotted yesterday of former congressman anthony weiner, all right, this is a paparazzi shot that caught him out shopping on black friday, he seems to be showing some solidarity with the mo-bros, is that how you interpret it? >> yeah, i mean, he is growing, but for the record, we're beating him. if he's going for it, we're
beating him however we can't really we have no idea if he is doing it for movembar, if he is, that's fantastic and more publicity. >> any news is good news for movember and men's health. >> alisyn: absolutely. tell the viewers a funny story that you guys shared with us. one of the team members had a spike last week, and people were chanting. >> he's unfortunately not with us this morning, but last week at mmi fighter, an amateur fighter and he had a fight all of us were in attendance and ourselves as well as a good portion of the crowd that were there were chanting fear the mustache, fear the mustache! >> which was, i mean, the funniest thing. and needless to say his mustache brought him to glorious victory in the second round. >> alisyn: that's beautiful. obviously, well done. we congratulate you, kyle
johnson, benhamton, all the mo-joes behind you. and we'll try it put it out on twitter and get you guys more cash. and thank you for sharing the journey. >> thank you, we laughed your staches. an stache on a stick love the effort. >> alisyn: i'm not wearing mine right now, guys. >> briggs did. >> let's show it. >> get it on camera three. >> i knew, dave's biggest mistake was texting me. >> alisyn: and wore one over the thanksgiving weekend. >> we expect-- >> it's misshapen and one side is higher than the other. >> alisyn: you look like a fraternity prank on him. anyway, thanks, good luck and check with you the end of the month. >> oh, boy, ahead on the show, tensions are high between the
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>> 48 minutes after the hour, headlines, looks like you may have to trade in your christmas tree to a christmas cactus. trees in texas and oklahoma lost huge stock to fires. miley cyrus in favor of the wall street protests. and her new video, liberty walk, includes footage of protesters clashing with police. >> dave: pakistan putting the u.s. on notice after an apparent n.a.t.o. strike kills two dozen pakistani soldiers. that country's government now telling the u.s. to vacate an air base used for suspected drone attacks. so, how will this impact pakistan's cooperation in helping to fight terrorism? joining us with more is fox news terrorism expert and author of the "the
confrontation" winning the war against future jihad. walid phares. >> good morning to you. >> dave: this is a frightening story. this is a helicopter and jet fighter strike, not a drone strike. how will it impact u.s.-pakistani relations? >> well, it is impacting as we speak right now. there are measures the pakistani government is about to take, but let's put it in a context here. it had happened in the past that between allies you had friendly fire, between us and the british, australia and french and others, why is it that with pakistan, when incidents like these happened, it has immediately strategic consequences? well, the answer is that there are tensions within pakistan, between their government and their armed forces and their intelligence service and the islamic militias along the border. the crisis, how far will pakistan go in their alliance with us.
every time there's an incident like this, all the issues inside pakistan start to become political. you talk about the conflicts between the pakistani military and their own government. does that open up the possibility in this investigation is just beginning, but that there was some fire from these pakistani forces, to the n.a.t.o. troops? >> well, the other part of the conflict is that we all ten days ago, we saw in the media, it has to be confirmed, confirmed, that there was an attempt by the civilian government in pakistan to tell the american authorities that they are in a situation of tension with their own armed forces. they did not say which part the intelligence or others, but we know that inside pakistan, part of the intelligence, military intelligence is not very happy with the government. with the cooperation with the united states. so to say that there may be a possibility that the third quarter would create tension
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>> good morning everyone, it's sunday, november 27th. i'm alisyn camerota. a major blow to u.s.-pakistan relations, why the incident is raising terrorism fears and forcing top u.s. officials to apologize. >> dave: he's leading in the polls and g.o.p. hopeful newt gingrich picking up a new endorsement that may seal his front runner status and knock down mitt romney in the granite state. >> clayton: it's all right to bear arms, right? what if you're a blind man? one man fighting a battle. should he be allowed to own a gun? a fair and balanced debate is coming up. "fox & friends"
hour two is starting right now and we've already started. ♪ >> cyber monday deals. >> alisyn: good morning, you guys are getting a day ahead jump on the shonning. you're shopping foryber monday. >> dave: amazon has lightning deals out and selling a dvd for 6 bucks, for me it's five bucks too many for clayton a good deal. >> alisyn: he didn't like it. >> dave: most of the deals are out already. check it out. >> alisyn: meanwhile, tell you about big breaking political news this morning. voters in new hampshire are waking up to see their paper on their stoops at a big endorsement from a candy king maker in new hampshire. union leader, the new hampshire union leader will this morning-- has this morning endorsed newt gingrich, much to mitt romney's surprise. >> clayton: the headline
simple. >> dave: for president, newt gingrich. what it says on the front. the piece the newspaper endorses newt gingrich in the presidential primary and it's a crucial crossroads not enough to replace barack obama next year, we're in critical need of innovative ford looking strategy and positive leadership, and gingrich has shown he's capable of providing and says he's not the perfect candidate, but he is the best interest running, so it's a bit of a backhanded compliment and a slap in the face to romney. >> clayton: absolutely, you look at john mccain endorsed by the same paper in 2007 and went on to win the promissory. see if this is a locked up deal, but when you look at the polls, mitt romney, it's not close, 41% for romney and gingrich and ron paul tied for 14%. and one said i could well see ron paul coming in second place up here in new hampshire and gaining traction there.
this is thing is wildly up for grabs, i'm not sure how much a newspaper endorsement does. >> dave: i'm not sure, but what's interesting about that poll you mentioned around 20% of the voters said they were solidified on who they were going to vote for. so it allowed for a lot of movement, but the only direction romney's gone in new hampshire is up and up and up. >> alisyn: praise from newt gingrich. bill clinton stat down with news max and talked about why his formal rival, newt gingrich, they were at loggerheads when bill clinton was president and newt was the speaker, talking about why voters are responding to newt gingrich, basically he is a unique and out of the box thinker. let's listen to bill clinton. >> he's articulate and tries to think after conservative version of an idea that will solve a legitimate problem. for example, last night. i watched the national security debate last night,
and newt said two things that would make an independent voter say, well, i've got to consider that. he said, okay. i d't want to legitimize people who-- immigrants who came here undocumented illegally. on the other hand, a lot of those people have been here for years and they've worked hard. paid taxes and got kids in the schools and they're not criminals. we're going to have a hard time sending them home. there are millions of them. so, i had a he like to have where they can be here legally and not have a path to citizenship. splits immigration reforms proposed by president bush and president obama which would give a path to citizenship and a version of what president reagan did. >> clayton: newt gingrich responding yesterday to what michele bachmann had to say on our air yesterday. she held up a letter she says basically shows that he had supported amnesty back in 2004
about eight years ago and newt gingri gingrich, actually we have that and play it first and get the response. she said on our air yesterday morning. >> he's only talked about people who have been here for 25 years, that would be completely different than the letter than he published in the wall street journal. there is no clarification it would be people here 25 years and completely different from the statement he publicly made less than a year ago, that he believes that people should have the pathway to citizenship. >> look, this is not a departure for newt gingrich. like it or hate his position, it's pretty consistent over the last couple of decades. i wonder though about that clinton statement because you've already got the image of newt and nancy pelosi in that commercial and already, some that he is pea the most liberal of the candidates. could at that actually hurt him in the primary? >> it's tough to say. in terms of what michele bachmann did yesterday.
definitely garnered some headlines on our show. newt gingriches campaign talked to fox news channel yesterday and fired back, at her claim tha he wants amnesty and here is what newt gingrich-- oh, sorry, first we're going to read what the letter said. michele bachmann held up the letter and says here is the smoking gun, he wants amnesty. president bush proposed a new legal path to work in the u.s. through a temporary worker program that will match willing workers with willing employers. we applaud the president and believed it holds great promise to reduce illegal immigration and establish a humane sensible to homeland security assets to focus on genuine threats. >> newt gingrich says he doesn't define it as amnesty, basically allowing them to legally work here, a guest worker program is what president bush called it. >> clayton: of course she saw that on the stage and called that amnesty.
he said yesterday in defending his position, two things are going on here, either the congresswoman is intentionally lying to people or she does not understand immigration reform. either way, sad to see this from a presidential candidate. i can't wait to see that next debate. likely side by side on that. >> dave: and how long will immigration last, or will it simply shift to the economy. what's going to get them elected is not going to be immigration, but for the time being an issue for newt. >> alisyn: the news that's happening. the in pakistan the country buried 24 troops. right now the obama administration is promising a full investigation into this attack and, but in response, pakistan is closed. and they demanded that the u.s. leave an air base in the
country, within 15 days. and if the attack is confirmed, it would be the deadliest friendly fire incident by n.a.t.o. against pakistani soldiers since the start of the war in afghanistan. and well, he calls it the scareiest night of his life. one of three american students arrested in egypt now opening up about that ordeal. 19-year-old derrick sweeney was the last of the three students to return to the u.s. last night. he told reporters that egyptian prison guards abused them and threatened them at gun point and remember, the three boys were arrested for allegedly throwing fire bombs at government security forces in tahrir square and sweeney and his mother joy will be joining us live right here on "fox & friends" in the next hour. sw.w.a.t. teams raided a home in hopes of finding clues. dale smith's father, her
ex-fiancee she feuded with on people's court. she jshd hours after this aired. parker's family says the $50,000 reward offered for their daughter's safe return is only good until today. they want add time himent limit on the money to encourage people with tips to come forward immediately. occupy protesters in los angeles fighting back against an upcoming eviction deadline. the city's mayor gave them until 12:01 tonight to leave their encampment, but so far only a few protesters have taken down their tents and most say they plan to stay and test out their luck with police. we'll let now how that goes tomorrow morning. >> good luck with the police, those are people you want to face. and maria has a look at the forecast. >> hey, guys, the weather will cooperate in l.a. whether they have an evacuate or not. heavy rain early this morning from the great lakes all the way down into the south and there's some very cold and chilly air behind the system and it's dry out there so
we're not looking at any rain at least through the plains states. i'm not expecting delays, but all of this problem with the system. detroit to columbus and heavy rain and also some thunderstorms firing up across portions of the southeast. now, the storm system is going to split up into two systems and one is going to head too new england and the second one is going to break off and linger around the southeast the next several days and you're going to have a soggy start to your work here in the southeast and colder air is going to filter in behind it as we head into monday and tuesday we're going to start to see some rain shifting over to snow, across tennessee, kentucky, north georgia and northeastern portions of alabama so all of this white stuff out here is going to be snowfall. it's going to be tricky here, for people not use today dealing with the snowfall. again, behind this system. chilly highs in the 30's and minneapolis, and rapid city, as we head farther off to the west. a high temperature of 42 degrees from missoula seems
chilly, those temperatures are a little bit of what's normal for this time of the the year and california looking good. 76 your high in l.a. 62 in san francisco and a high of 50 over in seattle. guys. >> all right. thanks so much, maria. coming up on the show, stop pointing fingers, our next guest says that occupy wall street is to blame for the committee's super fail. former speech writer for george w. bush tells us why after the break. >> alisyn: and break away from the typical stay at home wife role. now, more and more women are jumping into domesticity. is this a trend? a step backwards? tell us what you think email@example.com. i've got to go do some canning. >> dave: i'd like some homemade jam. ♪ mine was earned over the south pacific in 1943.
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. >> clayton:. the blame game over the super committee's failure, was apparent in recent opposing op-ed by the republicans. our next guest says you may want to point the finger at the occupy movement. >> dave: a former speech write are for president george w. bush, mark theeson good morning to you sir. >> good morning, how are you. >> dave: fantastic. most are blaming norquist, that republicans would not break the new new taxes pledge. you say otherwise. >> senator kerry called him the 13th member of the super committee that his pledge to not include any tax increases killed the work of the super committee. he's partly right. there was a 13th member. it wasn't grover, it was occupy wall street.
grover's demand, was that they not have any increased taxes. on the wealthiest 1% of americans, guess what the republicans were willing to violate grover's pledge and put forward a plan that would have cut rates for all americans and included a net tax increase of over 300 billion dollars. guess what, the democrats made a demand as well. president obama said he would veto any bill that didn't include 1 trillion dollars in new tax increases and they never swerved from it and occupy wall street got its way and grover didn't. >> alisyn: what boggles the mind. as we know both sides agreed to reform the tax code and broadening the tax base and doing away with deductions and they would have had more revenue. what does it matter where it comes from? >> well, that's exactly the point. for the democrats it does matter where it comes from, it's about making the--
about taxes wealth and taxes success in america and it's about making millionaires pay their fair share, those are the goals are occupy wall street. when the republicans were willing to cut deductions and even structured their plan to make those, those deductions come from the wealthiest two top tax brackets. >> alisyn: and they're taking advantage of the deduction so it would have hit the wealthiest people. >> dave: but his point is that our proposal was far to the right of the simpson bowles model that most have based projections off of. far to the right of it they're saying that republicans wouldn't come closer to that proposal? >> you know, that's just flat untrue. the republicans actually made a proposal to the left of simpson-bowles in terms of the between spending cuts and tax increases the point is that the republicans made a major concession when they agreed to break the pledge and put 300 billion dollars of tax, new taxes on the table. if the democrats were serious what they would have done,
they would have come back and said, okay, we'll, instead of lowering the rate to 28% how about 30% and instead of 300 billion how about 500 billion in taxes and would have had negotiation, but never swerved from that 1 trillion dollars and raising rates on the top financial-- >> and is there a way now to revert to bowles-simpson. >> probably not. i think the way this is going to get settled is the upcoming election. we're going to take this to the american people and take the case to the american people and they think the tea party is waning and now they've got a grass roots for bigger government and more spending and it's going to be, and class warfare is the path to victory, and we'll find out next november. >> alisyn: thanks, mamark, great to see you. >> dave: thank you. >> alisyn: if you want a baby genius, i know you have two already. >> dave: i do. >> alisyn: have better timing. we're going to share the findings of a new study on
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petition to get keeping up with the kardashians off the air. a colorado woman reportedly started the petition following kim kardashians divorce controversy. clayton? >> i'm signing it right now. i'm going to sign that petition. thanks, dave. a man with a history of alcohol abuse, that's the guy. fighting it keep his second amendment rights and one other thing, he's legally blind and let's ask our legal eagle, criminal attorney about this case, nice to see you both this morning. >> hi, clayton. >> clayton: kelly, let me start with you. should a blind man own a gun. >> i don't think the issue is should a blind man own a gun, in this case he previously told the judge he would never put ammunition in it, he shot himself. he's a raging alcoholic and this man should not own a gun, absolutely not. >> clayton: is the constitution that deferential,
is there any way you can pars out. all americans have the right to have a gun. you've he got alcohol abuse, blindness. >> a couple of things, if you're mute, does the first amendment not apply to you. the fact that he's blind has nothing to do with whether or not he, like every other person in this country, has the second amendment, constitutional right to have a gun. now, our supreme court in this country has said that you're allowed-- the states are allowed to impose reasonable restrictions, and in this case, kelly, i'm not sure where you're getting your facts from, but this gentleman is know the a raging alcoholic, in instead in fact in new jersey one of the toughest alcohol and drug abuse evaluators established he has no problems with alcohol and a drink here or there does not make for an alcoholic. >> clayton: get kelly's response to that, go ahead, kelly. >> well, obviously, i've read the articles and researched it and respectfully disagree. i'm not sure where you're
getting your facts from, but reasonable restrictions, shouldn't be a blind man who previously shot himself while he cleaning a weapon and to say he shouldn't have any difference than anyone else. he's proven himself to be a menace. >> clayton: and some other issue here which i think is interesting. whether or not he can handle the gun because of his blindness is one thing. but while he was in the hospital people came into his home and stole the guns. does he have a responsibility to protect the guns in his home for other people grabbing them and using them and one was used and someone was killed. >> that's a terrible situation, in fact, i spoke with his lawyer, mr. troutman, a very well-respected attorney in new jersey and he explained to me that the person who broke into his home and took these guns was actually his neighbor, he knew he had them and he did it while his client was in the hospital. you know, the restrictions based on his possession of these guns was simply that he could not shoot or fire the weapons without someone who is
trained to do so present with him. he's a collector, he buys and sells guns, he doesn't shoot them. >> he shot himself. he shot himself. >> he also-- >> i don't understand if you're saying that. he shot himself. >> he got himself. >> he wasn't supposed to put ammunition in there. >> while cleaning and-- >> is he that careless? it shouldn't have a bullet in the chamber. he wasn't supposed to load it with ammunition, so it's lovely that you know his attorney and think he's a great man. he shot himself. violate add court order. >> clayton: the final word. >> if you look at thousands and thousands of people who accidentally shoot themselves, training to use weapons and do it while they're cleaning their guns with the oil the fact that he's lying doesn't take away personal amendment rights and it would be a slippery slopes if the court were to say so. >> we're talking about the second amendments, thanks. >> thank you, guys, appreciate it. let us know how to find us on
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>> oh, hi, time for a shot of the morning, i don't usually do this, usually clayton does it. this is a high-tech game of cat andmouse, which explains why i'm doing it. >> (laughter) >> what's happening here, clayton? >> forget about this ball of yarn, ali. buy an ipad. this kit ton named murray, has his owner all over the ipad. >> where did it go? >> it's specifically designed for gamers and specifically for cats. and because cats be, do you notice back in the day you're playing xbox or nintendo on
the screen and doing super mario brothers the cat would try to reach up and grab mario. >> dave: i need an app to keep the cat away from the ipad. i'm trying to read here. >> clayton: it's called cat keep away and it's just a dog barking. >> dave: you're joking, every time i try to read my cat is-- >> roof, roof, there you go. genius. >> alisyn: wow. brilliant. ok okay. >> dave: perfect gift. >> alisyn: let's talk about an interesting trend that many american women are engaged in. yes, they are, dave, they are, according to "the washington post." >> clayton: believe it. >> alisyn: more are doing domestic skills, canning, they're knitting, they're sewing, this is a throwback to the 1950's. >> clayton: but is this a step backwards? as the article sort of points out, a step back from worrying about career, the sort of reversion back to the 1950's,
cleaver era of not wanting to work, but canning and knitting and taking care of the home? >> i think it's more taking control and not trusting the women that make their own baby food. >> alisyn: a lot of women do. >> dave: don't trust the baby companies. i'm not seeing this. >> clayton: i'm absolutely-- my wife. >> alisyn: go ahead. >> clayton: my wife absolutely does this. first of all, she doesn't want to buy jarred baby foo that has preservatives and she buys the broccoli and spainach and. >> alisyn: correct me if i'm wrong. wasn't it your wife who eshewed disposable diapers. >> clayton: backwards.
>> alisyn: this is not what gloria steinham thought they were burning their bras. >> dave: sales of home canning supplies have risen 35% the past three years, sales of ball blue book guide to preserving doubled. >> alisyn: that's interesting. >> dave: and home schooled kids on the rise. >> alisyn: what you're talking about, wanting to take back control. home schooling has doubled in the past two years. >> dave: our schools are going the wrong way in terms of education? i love the education my kids are getting. >> clayton: up tick in the the past five, six years on farmers markets coming back again. people are tired of buying processed foods and honey, you're not eating those processed trans fat filled french fries, i'm going to mabeling them. >> alisyn: it has to do with economics. a lot of people can't get high paying jobs right now, you might as well stay at home and
start a garden. >> dave: are you saying, or like me, and not seeing it. ff weekend on twitter, e-mail us at friends@fox news. >> alisyn: a father and two daughters are tragic chi killed after their braen crashes into a field near chicago. ray and shea harris were on the way to drop off the other daughter at wheaton college when it happened. and witnesses say the plane deployed a parachute to help slow down, but that got tangled around a tree and the n.t.s.b. is investigating whether the plane was properly registered and all four people on board died. a suspected drunken driver's wild ride lands him into a mobile home in michigan, igniting a massive fire. he and his pasnger and the family inside made it out alive thanks to some neighbors. >> he actually smashed the window open of the car because he couldn't get the door open and he was pulling the woman out of the car. >> alisyn: police eventually
arrested the driver who tried to flee the scene. the passenger is said to be in critical condition. brand new clues in a decade old mystery. melanie was 14 years old when she disappeared during a party in the woods outside of boston back in 1989. and 22 years later, a private investigator now says he has reason to believe melanie was killed by someone at that party. the investigator will not expand on his claim, but he did return to those woods yesterday to test for human decomposition and if still alive today. melanie would be 37 years old. and how would you like your kid to be a genius? a study shows it's all in the timing. this report from notre dame university shows children who were born at these two years before their younger siblings tend to perform better in school than children closer together. space out your children. well, too late for you guys. oh. you know, these guys are both
expecting. you can barely tell, they're not showing. >> maybe on me. >> alisyn: they're both expecting children and i was-- >> just a few months apart. >> alisyn: for the team i was thinking of also having a baby to get in on it. and-- >> be a team player. >> alisyn: i'm thinking about it, i haven't told my husband yet. no, no, my next baby is arriving by airplane and do it to time it with yours. >> after the twins. >> dave: all right. baby, let's talk a little sport thes. if you've watched a michigan football game you've heard their song. hail to the victors. they're singing journey's song don't stop believing. this hadn't beaten ohio state 2,926 days, but thanks to shoe lace, they can it. who won this, alisyn. >> alisyn: the michigan people. >> dave: they are he' called the wolverines, and there is
he' robinson, ran for 170 and two touchdowns. he threw for three more, and it's a huge win in ann arbor 40-34. and count clayton on twitter wants you to do the sports highlights, do them. come on, buddy. >> alisyn: i have to do it phonetically. iron bowl. crimson tide is taking on-- aj hands it off and gets it back on the flea flicker and hits kenny belfour the 41 yard touchdown. bama leads 7-zip and mccarron two more touchdown passes before the first half is over. crimson tide is-- >> throw in some bro talk like bam. >> alisyn: bam. and tigers try to claw back, yeah. and foster returns the opening kickoff for a 53 yard touchdown the tigers down by 10. >> dave: really. >> alisyn: is that right? >> 83 yards.
>> alisyn: that's not enough. a couple more touchdown and amazing 57 yard rush, from richard, yeah, baby. and bama takes it 42-14. >> yeah. >> alisyn: who says i don't know anything about sports. >> dave: who was alabama playing. >> alisyn: crimson. >> clayton: crimson tide. >> dave: they are the crimson tide. auburn. >> clayton: poll it off like dave and scratch yourself. >> alisyn: no, i won't. >> dave: there you go, clayton on twitter. let's go out to maria molina, very capable of doing the weather herself. >> thanks, guys. alisyn, i liked it. good stuff. all right, well elet's take at that look at sunday headlines as far as the weather is go. unsettled if you live in ohio to the florida panhandle and in georgia and parts of tennessee. we could be looking at flash flooding because of how heavy the rain is out there, all associated with a cold front ahead of it, it's warm along the east coast and also in the northeast, a very mild ahead of the system looking at highs
in the 60's and even the 70's thu further off to the south. bringing in brief periods of rain and high elevation snow and very little. most of that will be done by tomorrow and ahead of that system it's warm across the northern rockies, 20 to 25 above average, we're going to be looking at travel delays unfortunately. big travel day today. everybody headed back home this sunday to get back to work tomorrow and could be looking at problems from columbus, pittsburgh into nashville. moderate delays expected. portland you should be fine and most of the rain to the north of your city. >> and bill mckay on twitter alisyn why no mention of the 42 point come back against maryland, why didn't you cover that. >> i was go to insert that in and didn't for some reason, why didn't i, clayton. >> dave: kentucky's win over tennessee. >> alisyn: why didn't i. >> dave: good job though catching a break for good eating behavior?
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>> it's that time, folks. officially shopping holiday season. foxx and friends is going to show you the hottest toys and gadgets on the market. this morning we'll focus on the best for your children and teens. an industry expert joins us live with a host of good stuff and two kids. show how they work.
good morning. >> good morning. >> alisyn: start with the hearts for hearts drill. what the dollars represent is teaching our children how 0 effectuate change in the communities they live in. each has a story about how the girls are helping other girls in their communities and their countries. >> dave: community service. >> exactly, how to help in a variety of ways. whether it might be building wells, whatever it is in the country they need. they can go and learn about girls making a change in the world. >> dave: $30 is a good buy. connect 4, i remember it didn't look like this. >> this is a great new spin. you're actually going be to be launching and want to give it a try and launching your pegs and four in a way either in the top or bottom shelf. it's great, fun, pass play. >> no need to wait your turn, go in there. >> next is the crayola story
studio. >> the story studio is great. allows children to go online and upload their picture to be part after coloring book and we can see you, and you're in there and the spider-man one or they can be in the disney princess coloring book and they print them out and create a great coloring book and a member after cool new stamply. i always wanted to be a super hero. and move onto the the figures. >> 12 new boys and 12 new girls. kids can intermatch them and they're great stocking stuffers. >> dave: we have a house feel of this, the zoo is into i favorite. the came changer incorporates the ipad and my kids apps. >> kids are on the ipad. and game changer actually creates a board, a game board that's interactive and interact with the ipad and
allow children to play educational games. so animal mania or the magic school bus. >> dave: they feel they're getting to play with mom and dad's ipad and incorporating the whole thing, that is genius. and next, the monkey. >> yes, the mimmicing monkey. and nice and soft and cuddly and inside there's a recorder and we'll be able to play a variety of songs, the rain forest and record our own voices and leave a nice message for the children, at bedtime or off to nursery school they can bring it with them. >> i know a guy, brian kilmeade would love the mimicking monkey. >> fabulous. >> dave: only 34.95, not a bad buy. now, clothes that are trendy. and who designed these? >> this is designed by gwen
stefani for target. and children, tad letters, teens, and designs she wanted to make accessible for families here and infants up through tweens. >> dave: the price is very affordable starting at $4 and ranging up to 30, so very affordable. >> fun and fantastic. >> dave: and i have to win the connect 4. >> dave, show them how it works. >> dave: fun yellow. elizabeth is going to be back and what toys are we going to be showing? >> we're going to show seven more toys in about an hour. >> dave: seven more toys in about an hour. and i'm going to try to win this game. great product. >> thank you. >> dave: coming up shall the wait is over. one florida inmate getting out of prison for good eating behavior. is it fair? we ask the judge who made the deal next. and the occupiers in los angeles have until midnight tonight to leave. so will they pack it up or will there be yet another standoff. come on, mom, beat him.
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. . >> clayton: all right. welcome back to "fox & friends," listen to this story. a florida inmate got time off for good eating. 345 pound george mccovery was sentenced to 29 days in jail for driving with a suspended license and the judge offered him an alternative. and sentenced after he was expressed he would like to lose weight. joining us now on the phone is the lake county judge who offered that deal, judge donna miller. good morning, your honor. >> good morning. >> alisyn: tell us what you were thinking giving this defendant a day off for every pound he would lose? >> first of all. i took the prosecutor's suggestion of 29 days and when he told me he was in and out of the hospital for high blood
pressure and he had to lose weight. i said you have to do at least 20 days. after 20 days i'll mark a day off for each pound you lose and i thought maybe five or six pounds. on the 20th say the jail called me, you're not going to believe this, he lost 25 pounds. >> clayton: judge, what about the critics, what does losing weight have to do with serving time driving with a suspended license and doesn't seem like the two go hand in hand. >> he was going to have health issues, maybe, lose his life early because of his weight, and this kind of like turned his life around at least temporarily and committed to himself again he's going to turn his life around and not get in more trouble and do the right thing for himself. so i think it washed out well. >> dave: and it's not just losing weight, you've offered other incentives, starting jogging and taking a dance class and tutoring math and writing christmas cards.
you have standards though and your offense is too serious to allow something like this? >> absolutely, one of my bay lives told me i sent more people to jail in my courtroom than any other consumers, so when jail is necessary, i do jail. >> alisyn: explain to us what taking a dance class was. >> that was a young person who had a dream of being a dancer, wasn't getting along in school, taking people's cars and going for joyrides and so, her principal and i got her hooked up with a dance studio and it just gave her the self-esteem and the direction so she didn't need to get in trouble, she had a direction. >> clayton: judge, do you see a correlation between the types of programs that you install in your sentences and recidivism, people coming back to prison after they've done a dance class? >> the people i went to jail rather than prison and of course, i don't always get to follow-up with people, but
never had somebody conneme back with one i know. the young woman i ordered to run her family wrote me a letter and said thank you for giving them back their child because after running she gave up drugs, doesn't hang out with her friends and the bad friends anymore and turned her life around. >> alisyn: wow, it's not often that a judge orders pa defendant to run. usually you try to have them stay put, but it's really creative (laughter) >> and the jury approves. >> alisyn: yeah, it sounds great. thanks so much, judge miller for coming in and explaining your creative sentencing to us. >> clayton: thanks, judge. >> thank you for viting me. >> dave: you've got it. folks, we want to hear from you. do you like this idea? tweet us at ff weekend and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. >> clayton: hope if i ever get sentenced, dance lessons, what i always want today do. and coming up on the show, the
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about his old foe. >> dave: interesting side by side, he's calling it the scareiest night of his life. derrick sweeney, one of the american students arrested in cairo back home and now telling his tale of abuse. he and his mother join us live in just a few minutes. >> clayton: here we go again. another occupy standoff. protesters in los angeles refusing to leave their encampment. they have until midnight. will they stay or go? "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. >> . >> alisyn: good morning everybody, thanks for joining us on this sunday morning. big breaking news in terms of if you're waking up in new hampshire and going out to fetch your morning pain, if you subscribe to the manchester union leader you're seeing an eninterestingen doorsment this morning, one for newt gingrich.
>> clayton: it's a pretty good endorsement. you think do a the lot of papers have any sway? this one does, it's in new hampshire and basically came out and said, this paper endorses newt gingrich in the primary. america is at a crucial crossroads, it's not enough to replace obama next year. again grinch has shown he's capable of providing and the gingrich campaign responding they're flattered by it. >> if you're mitt romney and i'm the new hampshire union leader in 2007, this is 2011, and so, two slaps. and this is their guy. mitt romney dominates in the state of new hampshire. look at this poll, 41% to newt gingrich's 14. and the fwogovernor of neighboring massachusetts and has property, and tons of time
there. >> clayton: does it matter at the end of the day. >> dave: it does help newt. i think it's more of a slap in the face. >> alisyn: if you're on the fence, if you're a new hampshire voter and tried to decide between them. >> it's a conservative newspaper, let's be clear. if you read the editorial board every day, this may really sway your opinion of it. perhaps the same as the wall street journal would. and an interesting support commentary, in an interview with news max with the stand on immigration, and bill clinton sees it as a bit of a compassionate one, and sees could be an advantage. listen to him. >> he's articulate and tries to think of a conservative version of an idea that will solve a legitimate problem. for example, last night. i watched the national security debate last night. and newt said two things that would make an independent voter say, well, i've got to consider that.
he said, okay, i don't want to legitimize people who-- immigrants who came here undocumented illegally. on the other hand. a lot of those people have been here for years and worked hard. paid taxes. kids in the schools and they're not criminals we're going to have a hard time sending home. there are millions of them. so i'd like to have a process where they could be here legally and not have a path to citizenship. that sort of splits the difference between the immigration he reforms proposed by president bush and president obama which would give a path to citizenship and a version of what president reagan did. >> to the independent voter, yeah, it will help the independent voter, but will it hurt him with the republican voters? >> it's hard to say. >> so many people like bill clinton, he left office with 67% approval rating even among republicans he was well-liked even among democrats.
>> alisyn: i don't think it's surprising that bill clinton fastened on liberal tenants of newt gingriches tenants and sn something that bill clinton probably agrees with as well. >> and michele bachmann is calling it. >> a liberal position. >> a liberal position and she called it that following the debate performance the other night and she was on our air and held up a letter basically saying that newt gingrich waffled on his position, she had this 2004 letter which says he supports amnesty, take a look. don't take my word for it. >> only people who have been here for 25 years, that would be completely different than the letter that he published the in the wall street journal. there was he no clarification that it would be people here 25 years and that would be completely different than the statement that he publicly made less than a year ago, that he believed that people should have this pathway to citizenship. >> so basically yesterday on our air she made some
headlines because she acted as though that was a smoking gun and found a letter from 2004 in which newt gingrich supported president bush's guest worker program and let's read that letter so you can decide yourself. here is what newt gingrich said in 2004. president bush proposed a new legal path to work in the u.s. through a temporary worker program which will watch mr. ing employers. and establish a humane orderly and economically sensible approach to migration and free up border security assets focus on genuine threats, do you interpret that as amnesty. >> clayton: he came out right away. >> dave:nd must have been watching. >> clayton: absolutely, two things are going on here, either the congresswoman is intentionally lying to people or she doesn't understand immigration reform, either way it's sad to see from a presidential candidate. so, let us know what you think about that.
does his position support amnesty or is it much more nuanced and require some other line of thinking. >> dave: maybe a short-lived debate. are we going to return to the economy the most important issue for all of the voters in this country by the middle of this week. >> alisyn: i don't think so, this is a lightning rod. something that people feel so strongly about in, it's hard, and let us know your thoughts. we need to get to the headlines. breaking news, new video from pakistan as the country buries 24 troops killed in an n.a.t.o. cross border air raid. reportedly attack two military posts and the obama administration is promising investigation into the attacks. they also demanded that the u.s. leave an air base in the country within 15 days and if the attack is confirmed, deadliest friendly fire incident by n.a.t.o. against pakistani soldiers since the start of the war in
afghanistan. stlee students rescued during an anti-government protest in egypt are safely back on u.s. soil. one is speaking out about his ordeal. 19-year-old derrick sweeney claimed efwipgs prison guards abused them and even threatened them at gun point. you'll remember the three boys were alleged arrested for throwing fire bombs at security forces in tahrir square. sweeney and his mother will be joining us live on "fox & friends" in just about 20 minutes from now. s.w.a.t. teams reaaided this home hopping to find more news about missing mom. and smith is parker's exfiance and the fan she publicly feuded with on this episode of the people's court. parker disappeared hours after it aired on the 17th. parkers family says the $50,000 reward currently offered for their daughter's safe return is only good until today.
they want a time limit on it to try to spur more response. a witness snapped this horrible photo of the wreckage just hours after a plane crashed in georgia. the flight en route to panama beach, florida. the pilot and daughters killed and the son did survive. >> and it's totally maing how he did survive. >> and the son told rescues they were trying to make an emergency landing, he's treated for severe burns. >> occupy los angeles says they're not going anywhere. the mayor gave them time to leave the encampment. only a few protesters have taken down tents and most say they plan to stay and test their luck with police. we'll report ow that works out. >> clayton: test your luck with police, always a good strategy. let's check in with maria molina, testing her luck in the weather department. how is it going up there. >> pretty rough right now.
a strong cold front moving through the great lakes and southeast and bringing in batches of heavy rain. behind it, if you live across the center of the nation is looking good and temperatures on the chilly side out there. especially across the northern plains and otherwise it's a sunny and beautiful day and great for travel for anybody headed back into their home tou hometowns, if you headed out of town for the thanksgiving holiday. we have heavier rain across ohio, if you're travelling across columbus, you're looking at problems there. the southeast and some thunderstorms firing up out there and we're having a little issue with my clicker, but ahead of the system it's warm and highs in the 60's across portions of the northeast, new york city and jfk airport we actually tied a record high temperature. 64 yesterday and we could be looking at more warm temperatures today so get out and enjoy it, it will be a beautiful day across parts of the carolinas and also seeing the sunshine, maybe a shower
or two across parts of the south florida especially as we head into tomorrow and the system pushes eastward and behind some of that as colder air, guys we could be looking at snow as far south as mississippi, georgia and alabama. >> alisyn: we understand issues with the clicker. >> oh. >> alisyn: during the the segment. thank you. >> clayton: and. >> dave: coming up, miley cyrus, the latest celeb to endorse the occupy wall street movement? her new video causing a stir this morning. >> alisyn: we just told you the breaking news. newt gingrich is getting an endorsement in new hampshire, that could seal his front runner status. what does it mean for the primary? we'll have that next. ♪
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>> all right. we just told you about the breaking news this morning. newt gingrich getting a big endorsement from the most inflew ens conservative newspaper. what does it mean for the new hampshire primary that's just a little more than a month away? >> joining us now with more, the host of the fox news sunday anchor chris wallace. good morning to you, chris. >> hey, guys. >> is this a bigger boost for newt or a slap in the face for mitt romney who failed to get their endorsement twice in a row? >> yes is the answer. (laughter) >> no, the answer is both. it's certainly good news for gingrich. he is obviously, his campaign has picked up steam. and he is in the lead in iowa and in some of the national polls, he's trailing in new hampshire, but this obviously gives him more credibility there. i would have to say i think it's more a negative though
for romney than a plus for gingrich and tough because new hampshire is so important for romney and he's kind of waffled whether or not he's going to go big into iowa and he frankly could survive a loss there. he could not survive a lost in new hampshire though, it is his fire wall, of course, he was the governor for four years of the neighboring state of massachusetts and he had met with a publisher of a newspaper including having dinner with him about a week ago, he was wooing the paper and for him, once again, as you say, in 2008 and once again in 2011 to fail to get their endorsement is bad news for him. it's not fatal, but it's not good. >> one more question on this, you know, you see ron paul, actually pundits looking what's going on with ron paul up there. looks like he could be in a safe second place up there. and ticking up in the numbers
and other candidates have dropped. newt gingrich and ron paul second in polls right now. we see bill clinton coming in third and other pots are important in the primary race, second and third place up there. >> also, would i not spend too much time trying to handicap new hampshire, my experience, a long ways, is that the focus in new hampshire really starts after the iowa caucuses. the iowa caucuses are on tuesday, january third and new hampshire is a week later and people will assess what happened in iowa and they'll take a look at candidates, who then would be focusing all of their time for a week in new hampshire and the famous line in new hampshire, what do you think of some candidates, i don't know i've only seen them four times and expect to have up close and personal exchange with the candidates. i think it will happen the first week in january. and again, the person having
the most riding in new sham shire, is mitt romney and if he were to lose or barely lose, a blow to his campaign and that he's trying to fill that he's the front runner and candidate. >> alisyn: let's talk about the the super committee and their failure and dueling op-eds in "the washington post," one for a suspect on the super committee and one for a group of republicans, pointing fingers whose fault it was and it sounds like one place they agree the sticking point with the bush era tax cuts. something they couldn't get past. is that how you understand why this fell apart? >> i would say there were two problems and the bush era tax cuts was certainly one of them because of the republicans, a big deal for them. offered a concession for the first time, a very conservative republican senator from pennsylvania said we're willing to agree to revenue increases, let's lower the rates, eliminate the
deductions and take 250 of that money every ten years and we'll contribute that and count that to try to reduce the debt. the suspects say it wasn't enough money, but the real issue is that the democrats then insisted, yeah, but you've got to keep the bush tax rates. you can't lower the rates and then raise the rates a year later. it was crazy in that sense. and so, the democrats were insisting that the bush tax rates on the wealthy expire and go up to 39% in 2013. on the other hand, the republicans say one of the big issues was entitlement reform and that the democrats wouldn't agree to entitlement reform and to the major cuts in benefits, maybe increases in eligibility age for social security, and medicare and i think those are the two issues, the bush tax cuts and medicare and social security entitlement reform. >> and the blame game will continue on fox news sunday because john kyle is on the program.
i think he's a particular interest because he was selected some said because he wasn't worried about reelection and he's retiring and so he would not be worried about these pledges, but, still no deal. also, dick durbin and john boehner huntsman on the program. interesting stuff because that he debate continues as you know, about payroll tax cuts and also the unemployment benefits. >> let me quickly say, that's the real key at this point, not the long-term thing. at the end of the year, the payroll tax and unemployment insurance benefits lapse, if those do lapse a lot of people say it could throw the country back into recession. >> clayton: a debate. >> alisyn: we will be watching fox news sunday. >> thanks, chris. coming up on the show she doused a crowd of shoppers with pepper spray and now she turned herself in. will she face charges? >> he's calling it the scareiest night of his life. derrick sweeney, one of the american students arrested in cairo is now back home this morning and he's telling his tale of abuse and he's going
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>> this is a fox news alert. a story we've been telling you about, three american students arrested during the the protests in cairo last week have all returned to the the united states. gates, porter and sweeney with accused of throwing molotov cocktails, but one of them joins us, derrick sweeney, good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> dave: welcome back. joy, whats does it feel like to have your son back home? >> i'm ecstatic. i can't be happier right now.
>> dave: we talked to you instantly after you got the phone call. now we're learning more about what happened. you told the associated press about the mistreatment you suffered in jail in cairo, what happened. >> yeah, the first night we didn't seem to be in the formal legal process. we got taken in by plain clothed people and we were threatened with force feeding gasoline, and we were hit in the face and the back of the neck, we had our jackets and shirts pulled over our heads so we couldn't see where we're going and ultimately spent about seven hours in the fetal position with our hands handcuffed behind our backs and people with guns said if we moved we would be shot. >> dave: you say were you force fed gasoline. >> they threatened to force feed us gasoline, and it was the bottle was held above our mouths, but fortunately, i
didn't get any personally. >> dave: joy, as a mom, what is it like to hear those words? >>. >> oh, you don't know. and the thing about it, he mentioned a little bit of this torture on the phone to me when we had an opportunity to speak on thanksgiving day and i knew i could not say anything to anybody until he was out of the country. the and all the more reason for it to be imperative for him to get on a plane and that's why when i thought oh, no, they'll stay there until sunday, this is not acceptable to me, he e-mail, called, talked to everybody i can to expedite this process and we're greatful for the the powers that about that made this happen. we're truly appreciative. >> dave: derrick, they arrested you and your friends, they suspected you were throwing molotov cocktails and
they say you were found with a bag full of empty bottles, a towel, camera, why were you holding those things. >> well, we were brought in off the streets, and we had a bag that was given to us by a friend of ours, and i don't know why that was in there. we, the authorities took our bags before they showed them to us so, i can either-- >> did you ever throw a molotov cocktail or any of your friends? >> no, we did not throw or handle or possess or even witness any molotov cocktails, we did not throw any and did not throw any stones or anyone to harm anyone or anything. >> dave: i understand you had to come back home with none of your possessions and you were studying abroad there. what's going to happen to all of your things? >> they were-- the police actually went back with some other students and
got most of our stuff, suitcased up, so i didn't get to go back to my dorm to prepare anything, but got most of our stuff fortunately. >> dave: finally, is there anything you learned from this whole ordeal? i have to ask you what was the first inning you want today do when you got back home? >> the first thing i wanted to do when i got back home was certainly hug my family and say thank you everyone and i think the thing that i've learned is that life is beautiful, though crazy, and everything is wonderful. >> dave: and you will finish your abroad degree here in the united states. they're working on a way to get you credit for that we're told. derrick sweeney and joy sweeney, we're glad this has a happy ending. thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> dave: you've got it. coming up, they fought to get out of the home and into the work force, but now, more and more women are getting domestic. is this empowering or a step
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♪ >> welcome back to "fox & friends" on this sunday morning, so great to have you here with us. is there a flashback to the 1950's? if you go to any home depot recently, the past years, they're aware of the trend that women want to do thing themselves, the diy. if you look at the home depot parking lot it's not all dudes, it'somen going for dyi projects. >> alisyn: do it yourself. a level of domesticity, women are returning to the home. sewing, knitting booties. >> dave: cans fruit. >> alisyn: sales of canning supplies have gone up 35% in the past. here we go, up 35% in the past three years and canning supplies, dave, put that in your pipe and smoke it. >> clayton: we had a viewer
who write how funny you guys are doing this story, i'm sitting here watching "fox & friends" and knitting now. >> dave: are you canning fruit, too? i guess i'm a little-- >> i'm canning right now. yes, young women are doing this and of course the question is, is this setting back the women's movement? you know, gloria steinham fought for us to go to the work place and the same for men to be able to have the same jobs. and now they do these domestic stops ala june cleaver. >> clayton: maybe in addition to. like my wife is still a career woman, but she likes to make, you know, yarn socks and stuff. >> alisyn: yarn socks. >> dave: what. >> clayton: or knit, whatever. baby blankets, knit a baby blanket. >> dave: i know susan lucci is making her own baby food. bonnie in michigan, if women or men for that matter are learning how to be domestic that would be a huge step forward from the helpless people we have become because we can't do anything for ourselves anymore.
very well said. >> alisyn: it's a great point and a lot of young women in rah editorial written in "the washington post" say it's taking back that knowledge of how to cook for yourself. how to-- >> is it control, too, you're taking back control of things. >> alisyn: i might be able to fix my hem on my dress as opposed to always having to go to somebody else. what tina said, i'm a professional and work for a busy emergency dependent and can, dave. >> dave: sorry. >> alisyn: and preserve everything out of our garden every summer and provides my family with wonderfulfully tasty food, free from preservatives and rewarding and taught some co-workers to do it. >> clayton: i like to smoke meat if i could learn to do that. >> dave: you're too busy to smoke. >> clayton: i don't have time to smoke meat. a tweet, no, we're not stepping backward, we're preparing for harder times, things you need or need to know. i like this, they have the
makers fair every year, there's maker magazine, and there are things out there people want to tinker and want to be table to go back to make their own radio set back in the day. >> dave: i guess i'm in the an seng. he is another tweet. it takes us full circle, nothing wrongdoing what is best for our family. >> alisyn: and look, she's wearing an apron. >> clayton: even in her avatar. >> alisyn: okay. >> dave: man. >> alisyn: i've got to learn how to do some of these things. >> clayton: let knauss what you think. ff weekend on twitter send us your pictures actually. >> alisyn: of darning socks. >> clayton: or anything you're doing the at home. your diy projects. >> alisyn: anything you're doing. >> dave: canning fruit. >> clayton: and make sure you-- okay, let's go. >> alisyn: get the rest of your headlines, a lot to tell, but, including this sad story, a father and two daughters are tragically killed after their plane crashes into a field
near chicago. they were on their way to drop off sister at wheaton college and witnesses say the plane deployed a parachute to help slow down and quickly got tangled around a tree. whether the plane was properly registered, all four people on board died another search for missing baby lisa irwin has gone cold. dozens people scoured an area around a kansas city casino after a self-pro claimed psychic believed that lisa's body was dumped there. they searched through garbage bags and river banks, but no sign of lisa, disappeared from her crib more than two months ago. police are undecided whether to seek charges against the woman who doused a crowd with pepper spray over an x-boss. >> dave: undecided? >> yes. >> my eyes, my eyes! >>, my eyes! >> maybe they're considering
it self-defense if she felt she was being stampeded. happened in wal-mart in california on friday and the suspect described as a latina woman. and she did turn herself in. 20 people complained of burning eyes and sore throat. and she paid for the the game console. >> miley cyrus, the latest in favor of the occupy wall street protests. listen. ♪ >> the 19-year-old singer posted a new music video online and the song, it's a liberty walk. showcased videos from all over the world and features protesters of protesters clashing with police. and her dad likes that video? let me know. >> alisyn: dave, i think you should do the sports. >> dave: if anybody missed ali
doing the sports and find it on youtube, i apologize. start with crimson tide taking on auburn first quarter. aj mccarron finding his groove. a flea flicker action. and mccarron two more touchdowns in the first half alone, and 24-7, going into the locker room with the crimson tide. third quarter we go. and this started in the second half. and foster, more than 80 yards in 11 seconds, and tigers down 10, and the earlier touchdown came on a fumble recovery, and they couldn't get much done on offense and this thing, all bama, folks, 42-14. and pencil in the rematch of lsu, if the tigers beat georgia and the sec championship game and might have a heisman trophy going to trent richardson, over 200
yards on the ground, but i tell you, andrew luck making quite a run at the heisman, as is the amazing baylor quarterback. if you've ever watched a michigan football game you always hear hail to the victors. they were singing what song on saturday, ali? >> don't stop believing. >> dave: don't stop believing, from journey. ohio state has beaten michigan every time since 2003 and they were in good shape there on the touchdown. but shoe lace, robinson, two touchdowns on the ground three through the air, 170 yards rushing and i believe a jump cut to go with it. michigan wins 40-34. it had been 2,926 days since they last beat ohio state and got t new coach, urban meyer, and we think how about brady hoke in michigan tn wins in his first year in ann arbor. >> clayton: don't stop believing, how the sopranos
ended. >> alisyn: it's a cliff hanger. >> clayton: and use that next. >> alisyn: and by the way, clayton got a tweet from someone, one of our viewers after i did the sports last hour, who said that i personally set women back decades. (laughter) >> and my attempt at doing sports. >> dave: we will not make you do weather. how about that. >> alisyn: thank you. >> dave: we will leave that task. >> alisyn: to a professional. >> dave: to maria molina. >> good morning, guys and good morning everyone and we have our sunday headlines we're tracking today a very large storm system stretching from the great lakes all the way to the southeast. heavy downpours in that time and even flash flooding across portions of georgia and also across tennessee so keep an eye out for that, could pro tensionally be producing based on the travel delays today. behind that system we're going to see some rain switching over to snow across the great lakes and even as far south as mississippi by tonight. he and something we'll be looking at. ahead of the system.
very warm and northeast and along the east coast and we could see some highs in the 80's, across parts of south florida and we have a new storm system that will be pushing into the pacific northwest and brief periods of rain and snow today and most of that will move out of the area by tomorrow and temperatures ahead of that system are going to be very warm as well. 20 to 25 degrees above what's average across parts of the northern rockies. again, that big system from the great lakes down into the southeast could see bringing in some travel delays today and take a look at new york city, should be fine. dry, sunshine, warm in the 60's and cleveland though, atlanta and seattle, you could be looking at some-- >> people love travel day on sunday following thanksgiving. >> alisyn: they do. >> clayton: coming, lawmakers getting rich on insider trading, why are they scrambling, is the heat on. >> alisyn: and the hottest
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>> shopping season is officially underway and ignore the life saver behind me. we're back with troy expert list bet warner. you've he brought the coolest toys one that all kids will want. tell me about captain america. >> captain america, so much fun. this is my daughter and she's got the mask on. give it a shoot and they squeeze the handle and launches foam disc, totally safe, a lot of fun. >> alisyn: my kids will love this. >> they run around the house and play together. >> boys, girls, all love it. >> alisyn: tell me about this.
>> one of the hottest licensed brands out there and kids adore them. they're microrobotic. each creeps and crawls like a real bug and motion sensors and different censors that allow they will to know where they are and back up and go forward. a the lot of bugs, remote control. >> alisyn: this is scary under my sofa. and next the zsa zsa. >> they're hot with the gals. they're hermit crabs and move around and a different characteristic. they're not going to move all the time. ab the shells come on and off and fashion change them the way that real hermit grab changes its shell. >> alisyn: the twilight turtle. >> a lot of us have a problem getting our children to go to sleep. at nighttime is is a night
light and shoots eight constellations on the ceiling and they decide if they want a different color. and now, this is something that my son, four-year-old nate goes crazy for, life savers, how is this different from the traditional light saber. >> this one looks and sounds and feels so real, and the grown-ups and the kids are playing with it equally as much. i'm telling you this is what it's like at our house all the time. whether you're an anakin we've got a light saber. >> dave: sorry, got to go. >> alisyn: what just happened? >> that's going to be a hit with adults as well and the hello talking phone. >> i love this one, because this actually incorporates both english and spanish in it the children was they dial and interact will hear phrases and numbers in english and spanish
and well done for the little ones, they can dial and go through the address book. i want to talk to the dog and push the number they're supposed to push and interact and talk with that dog. >> alisyn: oh, my gosh, fantastic and they're a different era of toys, thanks for you guys demonstrating how well the toys work, we appreciate t still ahead. it's been happening a long time. congress profiting on insider information, what is worrying lawmakers so much now, that they're just deciding to ban it. and it was worth the wait for one florida prisoner, he got out for good eating behavior. we report, you decide. ♪
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>> this story keeps getting crazier and crazier. members of congress getting rich by trading stocks using nonpublic information. several years ago a few lawmakers proposed banning this legal, but unethical practice. guess what, the proposal received almost no support. how far did you get, anyway, went nowhere. how many co-sponsors did you-- >> i think we got six. >> six doesn't sound like a big amount. >> it's not. you could have national cherry pie week and get 100 co-sponsors. >> when baird finally managed to get a hearing on the stock act. >> alisyn: well, now that
situation has miraculously changed and ever since this story broke on 60 minutes. >> dave: joining us the man who broke that story, the author of a wonderful book "throw them all out" good morning to you, sir. >> good morning, how are you. >> dave: we're great. can you believe how this has changed in such a short time and have you spoken with congressman baird since that report? >> i've appeared with congress baird on, we've had media appearances together and i've had contact with the senate and house members, who are pushing this, yeah, it's pretty remarkable. and this is a practice that's gone on quietly. widespread for years and it helps explain how members of congress come in relatively middle class and leave rich and now, that sort of we've torn the cover off of it, suddenly you've got dozens of people co-sponsoring this legislation and hearings in the the house and the senate both going on at the same time. and really for the first time. it's pretty unprecedented. >> it almost seems like
hypocritical. in the last time they held a hearing for the stock act. no one showed up at the congressional hearing and suddenly all eyes on congress suddenly a new congressional hearing as a result of your investigation. i'll bet you'll see tons of congressional leaders sitting there so the cameras can catch them. right? >> i think you're he going to see that. my concern is i think the stock act is a step forward, but there are lots of methods that they use that should be illegal, frankly. that they use to make money, getting special access to to ipo's land deals, he understands not covered at all by the stock act. but it's a step forward and in the right direction. what's going to be interesting though on the senate side. several members of the governmental affairs committee said they think it's already illegal and it's not a big deal and the gentleman that's chairing those hearings in the house, is one of the individuals that i focused on in the book. and he said the same thing, so, we're certainly not at the point where they're even going
to pass this act. but at least it's getting a hearing and i think we need to keep the heat on or hope that it goes away that they put on a dog and pony show and it goes away and move on and keep doing what they've always done. >> your book was the impetus to get 60 minutes to do the segment that opened everybody's eyes to how it really works on capitol hill and congressman brian baird of washington state is no longer in congress. is there anybody who is a champion still of this, of cracking down on this sort of sweetheart deals and insider trading inside congress? >> well, you've got in the senate side for the first time, senator brown from massachusetts, senator gillibrand from new york, have co-sponsored it on the senate side and they're pushing it pr pretty aggressively and on the house side. six co-sponsors, somewhere near 60. a lot of those, by the way,
not coincidentally, are in what are considered swing districts in the next year and i think had a lot of this has to do with the fact that the general public is very upset and angry about this, and so, some people are trying to capture that as sort of a political theme, but the proof is in the pudding and i think we've got a long way to go before we effectively deal with that, we can't let them off this easy. >> the credit goes to gillibrand and they weren't around the the last time. the special ipo's and some say that's the problem with nancy pelosi's visa deal. the investigation continues. >> alisyn: the author of "throw them all out" great to talk to you. >> thanks for having me. >> dave: great having you on. >> clayton: president obama ruffles some if feathers when h leaves god out of his thanksgiving address. and father jonathan. >> alisyn: and how a christmas tree shortage could change tree shortage could change your christmas decorating.
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>> alisyn: good morning, it is sundays, november 27th, i'm alisyn camerota. newt gingrich waking up this morning with a major endorsement. no, not fromill clinton. but, the former president made interesting comments about his old foe. we'll share that, straight ahead. >> dave: a major blow to u.s.-pakistan relations after an apparent nato strike kills two dozen pakistani soldiers. why the incident is now raising terrorism fears. >> clayton: and, it was worth the wait. this florida prisoner released from jail for shedding pounds, a fair deal? we report, you decide. "fox & friends," hour 4, if you are keeping track -- >> i'm losing track, brother. >> i'm losing track, brother. >> clayton: right... now!
captioning by, closed captioning services, inc. >> clayton: i'm getting great gift ideas. kids gift ideas. >> dave: stuff both of us enjoyed as much as our kids would. >> alisyn: i know what to get you guys, lies sabres an -- >> i have a gift for you, later this hour. >> alisyn: another snuggly item? >> dave: fried chicken and beer waffles and boozy bourbon cup cakes. my gift to you, coming up at 9:50. >> alisyn: thank you. my gift to you now is headlines, and breaking news, because we want to show thou new video out of pakistan, as the country buries 24 troops, killed in a nato cross-border air raid. nato helicopters reportedly attacked two military posts near afghanistan. and, right now, the obama administration is promising a full investigation into this
attack and in response, pakistan has closed both the border crossings used to supply hour troops in afghanistan, and they also demanded that the u.s. leave an airbase that it has been using within 15 days, if the attack is confirmed, it would be the deadliest friendly fire incident by nato against pakistani soldiers since the start of the war in afghanistan. all three american students arrested during an anti-government protest in egypt are now back safely on u.s. soil. and one of them dropping a bombshell about their ordeal. 19-year-old derek sweeney and his mom, joined us on "fox & friends" to talk about what he calls the scariest night of his life. >> we were threatened with force feeding gasoline, we were hit in the face and the back of the neck, we had our jackets and shirts pulled over our heads so we couldn't see where we were going and, spent 7 hours in the fetal position with our hands handcuffed behind our backs,
while people with guns stood behind us and said if we moved that we'd be shot. >> alisyn: he and his friends were arrested for allegedly throwing fire bombs at government security forces in tahrir square and he says those accusations are not true. occupy protesters in los angeles are fighting against an eviction deadline and the city's mayor gave them until 12:01 monday morning to leave the encampment and so far a few protesters took down their tents and most plan to stay and test out their luck with police. it looks like you might have to trade in your christmas tree for a christmas cactus. a report shows christmas tree farms in places like texas and oklahoma lost huge chunks of their stock to droughts and fires. this past summer. many farmers even forced to shut down. there is word the shortage could affect future christmas tree crops for years to come. >> clayton: get a fake one.
>> alisyn: may have to do that. >> dave: home depot, get a fake one. i need a real one, the smell. >> clayton: get balsam fir candles. i thought you decreed it, because you said all the needles and the cat was sticking in it last year. >> real. i need real. good morning to you. >> texas an oklahoma will not get a relieve, chilly air and, will filter in with low humidity levels. red flag warning force the state of texas. keep in mind there is an elevated fire danger for the state of texas, something to keep in mind and we do have a strong system moving through the great lakes into the southeast, batches of heavier rain, spots in yellow you see is where we have the moderate rainfall and it is coming down, out there. a heavy batch pushed to the east of detroit, lightened up quite a bit but you will get another round coming up shortly and,
otherwise, further south, heavy rain coming down across east tennessee, and, also, parts of the state of alabama, and we could be looking at a risk for flash flooding there. because the rain will continue throughout most of the day, today. now, the system will actually split into two systems and we'll have one system move through, parts of new england, coming up shortly, the next two days and the second system is going to remain pretty much just very slow moving across the southeast and will shift the rain over to snow as early as monday, early afternoon and this is noon monday and the white stuff behind the system is snow across parts of northern mississippi, memphis, tennessee and portions of southern illinois, and you can look at accumulating snowfall, not significant, just about an inch or two, but, still, unusual to get some snow down here. otherwise, by tuesday, at noon, you could be seeing the snow coming down across parts of eastern tennessee, northern george aand even western parts of the carolinas and behind the system, we said it will be chilly, 43 will be your high, kansas city and 35, minneapolis
and the system, we'll be watching out for possible travel delays, coming up through columbus, pittsburgh and nashville, portland, oregon, you should be fine. guys, back to you. >> clayton: thanks, i was watching intently to see what the temperature was in new hampshire. because, it is a hot time in the old town this morning, if you are waking up there, this morning, there is a bit of a political battle brewing. if you picked up the union leader newspaper, this morning, the most influential conservative newspaper in the state, boom, on the front paint, endorsing newt gingrich. >> dave: yeah, for president, newt gingrich. here we are, 45 days out from new hampshire primary, and, for the second time in a row they say, no mitt romney, you are not our guy. they say, quote, newt gingrich is by no means the perfect candidate. he's the best candidate who's actually running and, again, the guy who was governor of neighboring massachusetts, who has had property in new hampshire, who spent more time than anyone in new hampshire and dominates the polls does not get the endorsement.
>> alisyn: go even further, because, not only did he spend a lot of time in new hampshire, he's lobbying the editorial staff of the union leader for an endorsement and maybe i'm saying it too strongly. he went last week to dinner with the editorial chief of the newspaper, what did he do wrong at the dinner? you have to wonder. i would have loved to have been a fly on the wall. >> dave: bad food or something. >> alisyn: maybe. hard to say, because the newspaper is sending a signal to mitt romney, that he's not their choice and, the question is, is the newspaper a king-maker? will it change the way people will vote in new hampshire? john mccain got their endorsement and won there. so... >> clayton: 2007. how important it is it? the newspaper endorses newt gingrich in the presidential primary. america is at a crucial crossroads and it will not be enough to replace barack obama, we are in need of innovative forward looking strategy and
positive leadership he has shown he's capable of providing. >> dave: and, ali asks, is the paper a king-maker? they'd have to be a miracle maker to change the polls, mitt romney at 41% to newt gingrich's 14%. that is an enormous gap and i think from the polls i have seen, the biggest gap of any state, right now. >> clayton: and ron paul, not to be outdone, climbing, climbing, climbing in new hampshire and they say it is because of young folks, he's 76 and got the young folks volunteering for fre for you for free, i mean, you can't buy that -- i guess you can't, because it is free. but you can't buy that kind of support. >> dave: literally. >> alisyn: and newt gingrich, is getting, if not support but encouraging words from his former foe, bill clinton. bill clinton sat down with news max and talked about really the merits of newt gingrich and how newt gingrich is an outside of the box thinker, and thinks about issues all the time, bill
clinton said, let's listen to a little of that interview. >> he's articulate and he tries to think of a conservative version of an idea that will solve a legitimate problem, for example, i watched the national security debate last night, and, newt said two things that would make an independent voter say, well, i gotta consider that. he said, okay. i don't want to legitimize people who -- immigrants who came here undocumented. illegally. on the other hand, a lot of those people have been here years, worked d, paid taxes, have kids in the schools, they are not criminals. we are going to have a hard time sending them home, there are millions of them, so i'd like to have a process where they could be here legally but not have a path to citizenship. that sort of splits the difference between the
immigration performs by president bush and president obama which would give a path to citizenship and would be a version of what raising ronald reagan did. >> dave: up next, controversying -- an interesting way a judge grants early release from jail or inmates. what is she doing? she offered a man arrested for driving on a suspended drivers license, she says, hey, you can get out a day early for every pound you lose, and this, man, you are staring at here lost 25 days in 20 days, judge donna miller set him free early. >> alisyn: we talked to judge miller about her creative sentencing and she has done lots of things, such as sentence somebody to take dance lessons, somebody to take up jogging, sentence somebody to tutor math, to write christmas cards and we asked her to explain some of that to us. >> i took the prosecutor's suggestion of the 29 days and then, when he said he was in and out of the hospital for high
blood pressure, and we talked about he needed to lose weight, i said, you have to do at least 20 days, after the 20 days, i'll knock a day off for pound you lose. and, i thought maybe that would be five or six pounds, and on the 20th, the jail called and said, you will to the believe this, he has lost 25 pounds. >> clayton: i guess, easy in jail when you are eating vegetables every day or the slop they are serving you? >> alisyn: right. that is what he said. actually the inmate said he didn't like the food, it tasted horrible and we'll see how he does when he's back out in the land of burritos and pizza. >> dave: she has never seen, all the deals, never seen any of the people come back to her court with a repeat offense and so she's doing something write. >> alisyn: send to it twitter@fsweekend on twitter. >> clayton: coming up... >> dave: energy production is booming but night clean energy. it is in oil and gas production.
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>> dave: you have heard the stories of the obama administration's failed green jobs push. companies like solyndra, evergreen solar and beacon power going belly up but energy production is booming in this country but not the green energy sector, is on '03 the oil and gas industry surged 54%, joining us with more is economics writer
for the "wall street journal," stephen moore. good morning, sir, where are we seeing this the most? >> hi, david, a great story, finally an optimistic story and, if you look around the country we are seeing such a surge in oil and natural gas production. you are getting a lot of the natural gas in the marcella shale area, and, states like pennsylvania and west virginia, and ohio. and, we are seeing a huge boom in oil production in states like north dakota. in fact amazing story, you know what state, dave has the lowest unemployment rate in the united states today. >> dave: i'll guess the one you just said. >> north dakota, 3.5% and anybody watching the show, if you don't have a job, go to north dakota. they have 20,000 job shortage there, there is a boom in economic revitalization in the state due to oil production and here's the amazing part of the story, this is an industry that is creating hundreds of thousands of jobs and is doing it, dave, without a single penny of government subsidy.
meanwhile, the obama administration in i opinion has bet on the wrong horse when it comes to energy production and lavish money on solar and wind and as you said, a lot of the companies like solyndra are going bankruptcy and we have the capacity, if we get our energy story right, could be and oil and natural gas exporter in the next ten years, we have so much of it in this country. >> dave: the obama administration as you said pouring billns of dollars into the green energy sector. does the oil and gas industry need government funding or do they simply need the government to get out of the way? >> they need the government to get out of the way, because a lot of what is going on now, especially with them a is to try to prevent it. you know you have covered the story of the pipeline, keystone pipeline the environmentalists have blocked, but what they need now is the interior department
to allow permitting, so we can start drilling on public lands and, by the way, if we allow that to happen, allow more drilling on public lands, and, for example, in the gulf of mexico, that doesn't just mean more energy production, here in the united states, and less we have to import from the middle east, but, it also means if we get it right, we could really raise trillions of dollars of royalties for the u.s. government. what a great way to reduce the national debt. >> dave: and meanwhile well, talk about all the green energy, in terms of the money pouring there, if there were some technologies that were going to work, wouldn't the private sector find it either way, without the government's help? >> i think so. i mean, look that is the way every other energy industry has developed. not with government support but basically by private entrepreneurs and the private entrepreneurs and the wild caters found the huge oil find in north dakota, which is, by way, larger than the oil
production in prudhoe bay in alaska. keep the government out and create a level playing field. i'm not against wind and soil lar power but let's not subsidize them. but determine which is the most economically viable. after literally billions of dollars of federal subsidies, to solar and wind power, dave we only get 2% of our electricity from wind and solar, it is nature market and never will be able to provide enough electric power for a $15 trillion industrial economy. >> dave: the idea seems simple. let the free market determine the winners and the losers. >> what a concept. >> dave: stephen moore, thank you, sir. newt gingrich is not the only one getting an endorsement, rick perry is about to land one as well. and president obama expressed thanks for many blessings, in his thanksgiving day address and left out one thing. god. is it a problem?
>> clayton: president obama ruffled feathers on turkey day when he left god out of his thanksgiving-day address. >> president barack obama: as we gather around the table we pause to remember the pill grahams and patriots and they faced impossible odds, but persevered. today, it is our turn. >> alisyn: is it a slight, joining us is father jonathan morris. we should mention, president obama did mention god, in his
written thanksgiving proclamation. i'm read it to our viewers, as we gather in our community and our homes, around the tribal or near the hearth we give thanks to each other and god for the many kindness and comforts that grace our lives and, by the way, he has also mentioned it in previous spoken addresses. so, the critics should be fair. he doesn't omit god from thanksgiving address, just this year he did. >> you are exactly right. and historically, we thing of president clinton and four of his eight thanksgiving addresses, mentioned god, george w. bush, in 7 of 8 of his thanksgiving addresses mentioned god but you know what i think is shocking, is seeing the contrast between these proclamations, even the ones that mention god, give thanks to others and give thanks to god, the contrast between these thanksgiving proclamations and the original thanksgiving proclamation. the addresses of washington, of lincoln and modern day
presidencies. they are shocking contrasts. and here's another thing, read this, from blew me away, guys, this is from president obama in that same address, that we began with, he says, that like much of america he's going to spend his thanksgiving day eating lots of good food, watching some football, and, reflecting on how lucky we are. taking time to reflect on how lucky we are? when you are addressing the nation? it is taking time to reflect about the wonderful blessings that god has given to us. and, you know, if is his way of thinking and doing an acting, in his family, that is fine, but, we have to recognize that we're electing a person with a set of values that is going to communicate to the country about those values. and, i think the contrast is quite sharp. >> clayton: also, other big news, in the world of religion, and, father, you are the perfect
person to answer this from the catholic church, because, today we're wondering if the mass there will cause confusion, because of the translation, it is about to change today, an updated version of the catholic mass, what will happen here and why should people be concerned or not about this? >> not concern, but people will be surprised that they haven't already known before, for many years, a new translation has been in the works. now, let's be clear here. this is not the catholic church trying something new. getting a new mass. what it is is taking a look at the original latin text, ancient text, and looking at the biblical language and saying what is the best english translation of this? 40 years ago, through vatican-2, there were a lot of changes and many people, translators, said, let's make it more accessible to the people. now, over lots of years, people have gone back, biblical scholars an served let's get back to the original latin text
of this -- of the liturgy and looking at the original bible translation, and saying, what is the meaning here? and i think, this is a wonderful opportunity for to us go back and to go dig deep and to find new meaning, in the original text. >> alisyn: we want to tell people as they head to church they'll hear very different words, i mean, things they have been saying their whole lives and also, with you. >> clayton: and also with you... >> alisyn: will change. >> that's right. >> alisyn: thank you for -- go ahead. >> i celebrated masses in latin, in italian, in spanish, and, this new english translation is more like all of those and i think it's not a huge change of trying something new but the opposite, going back and finding the richness of the original. >> alisyn: thanks for alerting us to the change, father john, happy sunday morning. >> clayton: i support the english. i don't speak much latin.
>> alisyn: pig latin, you do. >> clayton: over my head. china blasts the u.s. for the super failure. coming up mark stein says china should be happy because we're making communism a success. >> alisyn: and if you want a smarter child have better timing. we'll explain that new study. >> clayton: and we know christmas shopping for teenagers can be a challenge, it got easier, the hottest gifts for teens, coming up. [♪] i joined the navy when i was nineteen. i was a commissioned officer at twenty-three. i was an avionics... tactical telecommunications... squad leader. i think the hardest transition as you get further into the military is... you know it's going to end one day. chase hired me to be a personal banker. i'm a business analyst... manager. i'm very proud to work for chase. when you hire a veteran, you get... great leadership... decisiveness... focus. chase knows, when you hire a veteran,
>> clayton: welcome back to the big show on this sunday morning, yesterday you'll recall we had a woman on who put her husband up on craigslist because he was playing too many video games and just got call of duty, modern war fare three and 48 straight hours, kyle didn't stop to take a break. >> alisyn: she was selling her husband. >> clayton: put him up on craigslist. >> alisyn: it gave me the idea, how much i could get for clayton and dave. if i were to put them on craigslist and we got a lot of response, guys, you'll be happy to know. >> clayton: who is more worthless? here's a tweet from shod buster
tiff. >> alisyn: i can tell from looking at clayton morris is too high maintenance. how about $3.50? >> clayton: high maintenance? >> alisyn: okay, and, sheila says, i might go for $100, but you must be willing to cook and clean. >> dave: i will cook and clean, i will not promise you it will be good for clean but i will -- >> alisyn: read the next one. >> dave: throw ali in and, then the bidding will start. i can't be, somebody has to stay and do the show, tn bulldog, how much do you have to pay the winner to take them off your hands. >> dave: is any decent. >> alisyn: h. r. reid, $500 for dave and maybe $100 for clayton, so i can give him to my mom for a christmas presented.
>> dave: 500! >> clayton: as a christmas present, that is touching and might be worth... >> alisyn: with a bow. and, hannahannah, i'll accept t $600 as soon as you mail the check. >> dave: meanwhile, new developments, regarding this weekend's nato airstrike that killed 24 pakistani troops. we're now learning afghan soldiers reportedly called in the airstrike. after coming under fire near the border. >> clayton: peter doocy is live in washington with this incredible story, peter. what is the latest? >> reporter: it is unusual for the state department and the defense department to get together and issue a joint statement, but, given the sensitivity of this situation, that is exactly what they released last night and the statement says secretaries clinton and panetta have been working the phones, speaking to the pakistani counterparts and, quote, in their contacts the u.s. diplomatic and military
leaders each stressed in addition to the -- their sim at&ts and a commitment to review the circumstances of the intent, the importance of the u.s.-pakistani partnership, which serves the mutual interests of people, i spoke to a person from isap, and the ground lines of communication with pakistan, the important supply lines from pakistan into afghanistan are shut down. and, he said that if things back up at the borders, long lines of trucks and supplies, those could be easy targets for insurgents and they will need to work hard, and stresses how important a healthy relationship with pakistan really is. >> be need a relationship with pakistan, but, i think what is happening, is the conditions of that relationship are changing right before our eyes. we used to have a relatively soft diplomatic approach with pakistan in the past and that has pretty much failed and our government is getting tough your
the pakistanis, and, we should be stepping up and forcing them to admit what they are doing and set conditions on this relationship. >> reporter: adding to the stress of this entire situation, pakistan is kicking the united states out of an airbase along the border, that has been a launching pad for drone attacks against al qaeda and they want us out in two weeks. back to you guys. >> alisyn: troubling, peter doocy, thanks for the update. let's get to the rest of your headlines, right now, because there are new reports that prince william has joined an intense search and rescue mission in the irish sea. several men reportedly stranded after their cargo ship sank during a windstorm. william is a pilot, of course with the british royal air force and reportedly saved two men, during the initial rescue operation. we'll tell you more as we know it and the man who calls himself america's toughest sheriff throws his support behind rick perry and sources confirm, that he will announce his endorsement
for the presidential candidate and will campaign with perry in new hampshire. how would you like your child to be a genius? a study shows it is all in the timing, the report from notre dame university, shows children who are born at least two years before their younger siblings, tend to perform better in school, than children who were born closer together, so, space out your children if you want them to be geniuses. >> clayton: i can't figure that out. two years... >> alisyn: sister is too close in age to you, and -- in the birth order. >> dave: i have a same problem. >> clayton: man, i guess there are -- there's truth in them there hills! maria, with a check of the forecast. >> good morning, guys, a pretty big travel day across the nation, for everybody that is headed home, back home from the holiday weekend, and, across the northeast, if you are doing any traveling, no problems here, it is actually mild, and, 60s and 50s in new england and sunshine.
ahead, there is a storm system stretching from ohio down in through alabama and, by the way, the system could produce flash-flooding across eastern parts of tennessee and georgia, and behind the front, cooler, 38 in fargo and sunshine back there. back over to clayton. >> clayton: we are flying high and we have toys in the studio, all morning, we have told you about the top toys for kids and now time for your tease and we're back with elizabeth warner, a toy expert. >> thank you very much. >> clayton: and, teens are impossible to shop for and you start with actually warm clothing. >> how about luxury. this is a beautiful fleece robe for our gals, by betsie johnson, high in fashion, and feels comfortable and yummy and this is a fabulous gift for this time of year. >> clayton: stylish. >> alisyn: and for me. >> clayton: the same size as teenagers as well and avon military-style canvas strap
watch. >> guys are looking for watches and it has a nice, rugged look to it. the canvas band is great, nice, big screen and the guys love it and actually, i have to tell you, i have been wearing one. >> clayton: and is glow in the dark. and, sit there and play in the dark on a regular basis and the kids are playing xbox and microsoft kinect. >> it is a huge hit and my kids are playing it and the next chapter in the sports, they are skiing and there's a variety of games in this game, whether they wanted to play baseball or throw darts but it gets them up and active and that is key. >> clayton: the new kinect sports two. fun, and, also, another great second game edition, we talked about the nintendo 3ds and now they are bundling games iside of it. >> yes, first time, whether you are into mario or zelda, they come with the games in the box and open it up and ready to go.
>> clayton: and' nerd tip for you, kids. remember super mario land from the the game boy days? first game, black and white, for game boy, that is in here and is featured in the 3dland game and the young gentleman tells me, 3d levels. and the boom box. >> the ip-4, and i love this. it looks like the boom boxes from the '80s and put your ipod in the center and hear great music and an fm stereo inside and, adds to the decor of a room, i picture it in the dorm room or the teen's room. >> clayton: and you were surprised to learn your son knew how to do this. >> he walked down the stairs, as soon as it was battered up. >> clayton: he understands the '80s. all right. what is next here. >> little mismatch, fun for the gals, everything is coordinating and never matched, these are great gloves and arm warmers, to
mix together and the hat is reversible and high in fashion. >> clayton: instead of mr. mustard in the conservatory with a lead pipe we have harry potter include. >> it is a huge hit and the game, clue, a great classic, people were looking for anything harry potter is hot, hot, hot, but is a great way to get the family together, good old-fashioned days with the modern twist. >> modernizing it. great stuff. check out all of this and if you missed it we'll have it up on our web site as well. elizabeth, thanks. >> thank you. >> clayton: your kids are -- i think have a lost ten pounds. >> exactly. >> clayton: coming up on the show, our next guest says the super committee's failure to reach a debt deal, helping communism flourish. mark stein joins us next. [ male announcer ] will our status this weekend
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>> alisyn: not only are americans upset the super committee did not come to a daily but so it seems is the rest of the world. this week, a chinese news agency, the official one, by the way, blasted the u.s., for ignoring what they call a ticking time debt bomb and our next guest agrees and says, china should be happy because the u.s. debt is making communism flourish. joining me is the author of "after america" mark stein. good morning. >> great to be with you. >> alisyn: the official chinese news agency talked about the u.s. debt problems and what did they say. >> they are basically telling us that we have to get our house in order. now, i imagine if you talk to any american from the late
1970s, say, 30 years ago, and you showed them this headline, it would seem like something absolutely incomprehensible to them and it would be planet of the apes, the world turned upside-down and a communist politbureau is telling the capitalist world, that if it doesn't sort out its finances it is done for. >> alisyn: what are they doing. >> we help them make communism possible. the clever guys have told 3us 0 years, economic liberalization will bring them to capitalism. we are funding 80% of the chinese people's liberation army, on the interest on the debt. in other words you and clayton and dave and everyone in america, through their taxes is funding the people's liberation army of china, this is
ridiculous. >> alisyn: you think they would be quiet about our debt instead of giving us the tongue-lashing but they know we have to pay the debt anyway. >> no, when you are basically spending $4 trillion and raising $2 trillion, which is the present model in washington, there is not enough money on the planet to close that gap. this is why all of the talk about raising taxes on warren buffett so he pays as much as his secretary is nonsense, there is not enough money on the planet when this spending is out of control, we're heading to the abyss if away don't change it within the next or 3 years. >> alisyn: what we are asking o our guests, is if they will sing us a christmas diddy. most say they can't, but you can sing. that is what i heard. >> when i'm around here i generally only sing for alan colmes, but to frighten him.
>> alisyn: can you sing, making spirits bright? >> this is actually my new christmas cd, every right wing extremist pundit -- i encourage sean and the rest of the gang to come in -- >> alisyn: i encourage to you sing, strike up the music, please. >> let's see what is coming up. i think i know that. this is the one. ♪ ♪ is a busy man ♪ he has to time to play ♪ he's... starting to fill on christmas day ♪ ♪ take it, alisyn! santa claus is coming to town! >> alisyn: i sing karaoke but i need the words. >> a buck-25 on e may. >> alisyn: ♪ ♪ better watch out ♪ >> better not pout ♪ ♪ alisyn! >> alisyn: ♪ ♪ santa claus is coming to
town ♪ ♪ that's fine, but i don't have a new christmas cd and you do. mark stein andy is your new christmas cd, where can our viewers get it. they'll be clamoring. >> i should say, alisyn, actually -- itunes, amazon, and all the other good places. >> alisyn: thanks for giving us levity. >> civilization will collapse and seasonal favorites in one segment. >> alisyn: a typical "fox & friends" segment, in other words, thanks, mark. >> my pleasure. >> alisyn: thank you. ♪ >> alisyn: kim the music, please! beer, bacon and bourbon, the man-tastic tissue is sure to make your happy. recipes from betty crooker. i know the name of eight princesses.
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>> alisyn: the holiday season is upon us and it is time for cooking and getting together with friends and family. >> dave: like us. >> clayton: snuggly. and here to show us the red-hot recipe trends this season, kristen olson is the food editor for betty crocker. i've heard of her! nice to see you. >> dave: who heard of beer waffle fried chicken sandwiches. >> alisyn: we haven't. >> dave: we're excited. tell us, first of all. >> this is a big year for betty crocker, not only her 90th birthday but we have the new cookbook and have great holiday trends and after thanksgiving, everyone wants to get into the holidays and the recipes are perfect for any party that you have. we'll start with one of my favorite trends, a skinny cocktail and starts with, you
know, a fresh clementine and lime juice and has a touch of sweetness and flesh flavor and gin and elderflower liqueur and club soda. >> alisyn: club soda. >> clayton: fried chicken and waffle sandwich this is man-tastic sandwich. >> you can have this for brunch after a night of drinks, it cures anything you have. we'll make the waffles and they have beer in them. you have the traditional recipe and add a bottom of beer. >> clayton: breakfast. my fraternity days. >> instead of you know, the milk in the normal recipe, we start off with the boar and you can change it up, you can use a hope or a dark beer or a local brew. >> alisyn: or vodka, like i do. >> dave: alcohol cooks off.
>> it will cook off a little bit but you can definitely get the flavor. >> alisyn: and, go faster to get to the cup cakes as well and you get the waffles. >> and we'll put on it, go with the chicken and a spicy fried chicken, and some sauteed onions. >> alisyn: my gosh. >> some bacon. and, i mean, really and then, top it off with another waffle. >> alisyn: cut that in half. >> definitely. >> dave: "after the show" show. >> alisyn: you need to take a bite i. >> clayton: dave wants to savor. >> alisyn: and the bourbon chocolate cup cakes. >> these are so delicious. baking with alcohol, and, become really big this year, and what we have done is added a bourbon to the chocolate cake mix and, then you bake them and slice through the center of it and add in our chocolate gnosh, and it
has coffee liqueur in it. >> alisyn: nothing better than more chocolate. >> and add our frosting, vanilla-vodka-spiked frosting. look at that. >> alisyn: dave, how is the sandwich. he's in heaven. delicious stuff. thank you. thank you, this is the happiest day of that your lives. thank you so much. betty crocker's new cookbook. >> clayton: define happiness in a cup cake. it would be here. >> alisyn: he's going to marry the cup cake. more "fox & friends." you noticed! these clothes are too big, so i'm donating them. how'd you do it? eating right, whole grain. [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't. multigrain cheerios... five whole grains, 110 calories.