tv FOX and Friends Sunday FOX News September 8, 2013 3:00am-7:01am PDT
good morning, everyone. today is sunday september 8th. we begin with a fox news alert, selling war. releasing gruesome videos showing atrocities in syria, all as the president embarks on a media blitz. will the nation buy it? >> a nation of laws or lawless nation. one senator asking to take hands off immigration and stop enforcing the law. we've got details coming up. in a world filth using sex to sell one beer company bucks the trend. the beer ad taking the world by
storm this morning. wait until you see how it ends up. "fox & friends" begins right now. good morning, everybody. >> it's the 8th of september. we begin with a fox news alert. in a few hours top members of the obama administration finally a, a proposed strike on syria. one-on-one interviews with networks planned before a national address on tuesday. is it too little too late. peter doocy is live in washington to tell us the latest. peter. >> days the real start of the nfl season. but before any of the games begin, the white house is going to be kicking off a major public relations public sending their chief of staff dennis mcdonagh to every sunday show to make the case against the assad regime.
something we've heard a lot of lawmakers on both sides of the aisle say is the majority of their constituent phone calls and e-mails are strongly opposed to entering another conflict in the middle east. so the white house is doing to change their minds today and hope they can convince those members of the public to sway their members of congress. because right now "the washington post" had the running tally of yeas and nays for syria action in their stay out of syria column which includes members that publicly vote no or leaning no when it comes to authorizing force against assad. already up to 223 members of that's half a dozen more than 217 votes needed to block passage. president obama has scheduled a national address for tuesday evening that will let him try to personally convince the american people that attacking assad is a good idea. but before that, tomorrow he's going to sit down with anchors from nbc, abc, cbs, cnn, pbs and
fox. you're going to be seeing a lot of president obama on tv in the next two days and that's exactly what the white house wants. also that's when house and senate return from summer recess and start debating resolution to authorize force on the floor. back to you. >> all right. peter doocy live in washington. thanks for keeping track of those numbers this morning. the president needs a majority here doing forward. the video being used to sell the senate so to speak, behind the scenes we're learning the white house that shown videos, 13 different videos to the senate to get them to come on board to show them the atrocities. by the way, we're not going to show you these videos because it's sunday morning. they are gruesome, as worse as you can imagine them to be they are. the cia has authenticate the videos. >> by authenticate they believe they are real but the cia has
not weighed in exactly what they mean. we know something horrible happened in syria but some of the details are muddy. i will say these videos are publicly available. you can find them on youtube. >> i can describe them. >> they are horrifying. >> here are details. they have shirtless men squirming around convulsing on the floor. young boys and girls difficulty breathing, people with ideas and one man foaming at the mouth. these videos they are going to vote, yes, they believe this swayed them. when you see victims and that they are subjected to, it makes a powerful case. >> that's the point. making a powerful emotional case rather than a clear case about how intervening would help the united states in our national interest, it's an emotional case aimed at the brain stem. so hor horrible, you're overwhelmed with emotions. >> what would be logical reason
it would help us or align certain allies making the case that she thinks iran would be on our side. pay attention to the logic here for a second. iran would be on our side, would become a united states ally because of the terrible human rights violations by assad. listen to samantha power. >> we thought perhaps a shared evidentiary base could convince russia or iran itself, a victim of saddam hussein's monstrous chemical weapons attack in 1977, '78 to cast loose a regime. >> it's 6:05, i don't want to go off but that's the dumbest thing i've heard anybody say in public. that only if iran knew they were using chemical weapons they would be so horrified on moral grounds they would stop
financing hezbollah. >> or providing weapons. >> that somehow the u.n. ambassador samantha power thought the u.n. inspectors who are in iran because iran is trying to build its nuclear base, that if they just showed them this same evidence, somehow iran would find it in the goodness of their heart to stop supporting assad. no evidence that would happen. >> who would believe something like that. iran of all countries. iran itself used chemical weapons in its war with iraq in the 1980s. iran financed terrorism around the world. the idea they are going to be moved on humanitarian grounds by some video. it may impress certain senators, it's not going to move them. >> meanwhile international support continues to grow, according to secretary kerry. he's in paris right now trying to sell the war abroad while president obama is about to make the morning shows, sell it at home. he says we now have double digit support. here is secretary kerry.
listen. >> there are a number of countries, in the double digits, who are prepared to take military action. i have said previously and i repeat again. we have more countries prepared to take military action than we actually could use in the kind of miller action being contemplated. >> remember the democrats on the left very keen on criticizing president bush in the run-up to the iraq war and beyond the iraq war for the lack of international support. this is about a quarter of the support president bush had for the iraq wars attachment a look at some of the countries who are against military intervention right now. countries who were with us in part during that intervention. >> notably united kingdom against. a large portion of the globe. lets look at undecided. >> did you see iraq is against it. iraq on that list against. >> no, but i do see kazakhstan
is undecided. >> as is kyrgystan. >> lux omberg. >> south korea, spain, denmark and georgia. >> that's interesting. i hadn't heard who was supporting before other than france. >> by support, that does not necessarily by any means mean military support. this doesn't mean these are countries that will send their troops over syria. you know who is against us, by the way? the public in the united states. you're seeing senator pryor, a democratic for election come out against him. a reliable ally for the president. why? his constituents against it. every poll i've seen, i don't think i've seen a poll with majority support. >> first time major military intervention in 30 years has gone unsupported largely by the public. >> we'll see what happens by the media blitz happening today on
sunday shows as well as tuesday night when the president makes his address. lets get to some other stories making headlines at this hour. new overpa new overnight nato heir strike killed people. kunar province, strike happened after militants jumped on a pickup truck filled with civilians. nato disputes the figures saying the airstrike killed 10 enemy forces and said there are no reports of civilians dying. also overnight a standoff leaving a 107-year-old man dead. police in arkansas were responding to a domestic disturbance when they entered the home and the 107-year-old suspect shot at them. officers then began negotiating with him. after police say they could not convince him to put down his gun, the s.w.a.t. team released gas where he was hiding. the 107-year-old fired back prompting the s.w.a.t. time to
shoot and kill him. two other victims were inside but able to get out safely. a high school track star is dead after a prank goes horribly wrong. this happened in colorado. police say the 18-year-old girl was hiding in a closet and jumped out to scare her friend. he got startled, thought she was an intruder and shot her. the girl's parents are heart broken. >> she was a very good girl, very strong. >> she was always there for me. that's the hardest part. >> well, that friend is now in custody on charges unrelated to the shooting. an historic announcement makes for a golden opportunity in one lucky city. >> the games of the 32nd olympiad in 2020 are awarded to the city of tokyo.
>> tokyo beat out madrid and istanbul to host the summer olympics for a second time. the city billed itself as a safe and reliable choice despite concerns about the fukushima nuclear disaster. here is a look what the ring might look like. >> what an unusual design for a stadium. >> wow. >> japan expects the 2020 games to bring in $30 billion and create 150,000 jobs. >> all right. lets check in with the great, one and only rick. >> wonder where you're going there attachment a look at your temperatures, waking up at 82 in kansas city. central plains are hot. no signs of fall here. maybe by the time you get to the latter part of this week. right now a couple of warm days in store again. we're going to cool things down
across the northeast. another shot of cold air tonight into tomorrow. in fact, frost advisories across new england. you may need to protect plants. down in the southeast, a good day. a front moving through not a lot of moisture associated with it, not big rain showers. all the rain across the west. areas of arizona, utah, parts of colorado and stretching towards the far northern rockies and north dakota. that's where we'll see some of the rain today. some could be heavy at times so we'll get significant flooding attachment a look, kansas city. what are we, september 8th, 9th? >> good question. >> something like that. >> i don't know what we're doing. >> 100 in kansas city today, 98 in dallas, 98 towards memphis. tomorrow, another one. look at that, 97 in minneapolis for monday, still solidly into september. all right, guys, back to you. >> wow, if plants can't care of themselves, they have problems. a new twist in the shocking video confession going viral
online. >> my name is matthew cord ol. on june 22nd, 2013 i hit and killed vincent. this will act as my confession. >> the daughter, what he really had in mind. >> the white house is so uncertain military officials have reportedly changed it 50 times. the next guest knows about usair strikes, she flew combat choppers the latest on the planned attack. ♪
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who learned pentagon planners have been given at least 50 separate sort of plans or ideas or scenarios to try to work with. is that -- obviously the situation is fluid. is that number typical? >> that's definitely a high number. obama and the administration continue to contradict themselves from red lines to whether or not there are going to be boots on the ground, what the mission is. it shows ambiguity behind obama's intent for a strike in syria. whether it be an air campaign or missile strike has the possibility of changing the dynamic of the ground war in syria. but when you're leaking information as far as targets and the location and the duration of these strikes, it just mostly shows it's a show of force. >> as you're referring to at first we had heard this was
going to be tomahawk missiles launched from our destroys parked there off the syria. but now there are new reports that it could involve b-2 and b-52 bomber as well. what does that shift tell you? >> an air campaign is much different than a missile strike from a naval vessel or submarine. a lot more is involved. there's much more at stake. there's intensive planning and the costs are much greater. so you have to consider air safe considerations, no-fly zones, aerial refueling, aircraft recovery procedures, if an aircraft goes down and you have pilots on the ground whether from enemy fire or maintenance when pilots need to be extracted. so all those things need to be considered even if none of our aircraft are inside syrian airspace. >> that does sound obviously much riskier when you have pilots involved. why would we be changing it from just missiles? does that tell you we don't know exactly where the chemical
weapons are or do the b-52s have more precision in terms of strike? why would that shift be happening? >> well, we've delayed the strike. so we've eliminated any element of surprise. assad already moving resources and assets. bombing empty runways and vacant hangars is not going to deter a chemical weapon attack in the future. this is just sending a message to our adversaries if you cross a so-called american red line, all you're going to get is a show of force from the air force that never had an intention of inflicting serious destruction so it won't be effective. >> the president tried to make a point it's an international red line set up against the use of chemical weapons, certainly leading this charge.
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general mills is pulling some of its pillsbury cinnamon rolls because the dough could contain small pieces of plastic, less than tasty. if you have this in your kitchen, toss it. a suspect's video confession sends entirely the wrong message. >> i killed vincent canzani. this video will act as my confession. >> she believes the 22-year-old came clean so he could get a lighter sentence. she also said for three months after the crash he refused to cooperate with police. >> all right, tucker. your kids are back in school making a transition. studies show students can lose up to one grade point after summer vacation. so how can you get your kids focused with their heads still stuck in the pool, back at the beach to where it needs to be. the author of "engaged!" joins us this morning. gregg ledderman.
"new york times" best seller congratulations. >> thank you. >> lets dive into this. what you focus on are relationships and engagement. getting our students to be focused, getting them back out away from the beach. they have been playing all day. they had a free run of the house, get them focused on schoolwork. that's a tough transition. >> i imagine it's a tough transition but no different than any engaged effort in the work environment. it's about finding your success of what you want your kids to be doing and reinforcing that success. >> you have tips you point out in the book. if you don't define your kids' mind-set, they are doing to use their own. >> in the book i don't write about engaging kids but employees in the work environment. what we say if you don't define the mind-set, every employee is going to use l own. at home if you're not defining a mind set for your values, how you want your kid to think, you're leaving it to kids to act and interact. you have to motivate as well. >> do you give them rewards,
treats? how do you motivate your kids to get back into schoolwork. >> i have three daughters. it's not about rewards and treats but finding successes they are doing we will and recognizing those and the work environment we say over and over again. if you want to see success, capture and share it and replicate what you want to see more of. it's not about providing cash incentives and rewards in the work environment, i can't imagine it is at home either. >> so chore money or getting a reward, a present or toy or food. those items don't actually work? >> that's interesting. a lot of people think the carrot and stick mentality works. it goes against human nature. there's seven decades of research that shows what people crave in the work environment is recognition and appreciation for doing a good job. parents tend to do this pretty well. if you think little johnny takes his first steps. what do we do? we praise him like crazy. then little johnny is going to ride the bike for the first
time. what do we do? we praise him like crazy. why? we want to see more of that. extracurricular, a sports or play, he's doing well, we praise him like crazy. the best parents are fueling that innate need for appreciation. however little johnny gets into the work environment where praise is rationed out like there's going database a shortage of it. >> it's hard to find. >> it is. two-thirds of the american workforce is not engaged according to any research study you would google today. two-thirds of the work nmpt nen or actively disengaged. we do a good job in most homes knowing we need to fuel that appreciation and recognition and take kids into the work environment where there's truly an engaged crisis. >> maybe that brings you to the fourth point, which is your parenting doesn't stick without the power of reminding. so you've got to keep reminding these kids of this. >> at our dinner table now and
then, we goo around and talk about values, where we've seen it, where we haven't. that's one way in the workplace. tools managers can be doing with the workforce, 60 seconds in a meeting, talk about where we demonstrated our brand, lived the brand, where we lived our company values, where we've fallen short. having a system in place to capture those successes that are happening and constantly share those in the organization, that's what drives the level of engagement up in the workplace. i imagine that can work at home for most folks. >> check it out. "new york times" best seller. the book called engaged. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. in a world of filth and using sk to sell, one beer company attempting to buck that trend. the beer ad taking the world by storm. wait until you see the end of this. >> what would you do if you saw this on the truck in front of you? a woman bound up and tied up. is it just a joke? ♪
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friendsh friendship. the choices we make reveal the true nature of our character. >> that's the second time i've seen it this morning and it's gotten me. >> this the se he could -- second time tucker has seen it. >> almost too much. almost like emotional blackmail. i don't even drink and i want to buy a guinness now. >> that's a beautiful ad. >> is it the cheap way out to have these reality-based television commercials. we saw a number of people doing this, where they are scaring peep on the street. we're just kidding. a new car. that's funny. cheap way out or is good writing like this guinness ad more effective? >> it's better than good. it's brit yanet. they all get in wheelchairs to
support their friend. >> then the subtle sell where they have a beer. we're going to buddy up after the game. >> is there a mention? do they say guinness. >> you see them pouring it. >> you like to believe somewhere in this country there are guys who love their friend enough to do something like this. i hope this is real. if it is, i hope they find the guys who do it and come on our show to tell us about it. so inspiring. >> bbbo new york advertising. that's who created the ad. they should all be getting raises today. >> you think? >> they came up with something. >> ingenuity helping out an irish country. that's how we do it. >> which one do you like? >> i'm glad i have a second to pull myself together. >> you tiered up, too. >> beer ad made bros cry.
>> remember the super bowl ad where the guy raised his horse. he raised it and it grew up and came back and remembered him. that little pull. this one more effectively. pretty awesome. >> adorable. >> all right. you want to talk about the weather. ali, you don't want to see the weather end. >> right. >> kind of a seesaw, you get cold streps as cold front move through and they last not that long. then it warms up again. the next few days like this, new york, d.c., boston. 69 then wednesday 87. new york, wednesday, 90 degrees. it will cool down after this. but we're in the seesaw pattern. a lot of people say they get sick. be ready.
northeast urker in the cold front cool things down for tomorrow. today overall looking nice but you may have to dodge a quick passing shower or two. temps looking pretty good. tonight get ready in the northeast. higher elevations towards new england looking at the threat for a little frost. i can't believe we're saying that word already. down to the southeast where you don't have much of a summer at all. everybody had so much rain and cooler temperatures because of that rain. now suddenly summer is here. these temps into the 90s and it's humid. we're going to continue to be pretty uncomfortable. into the northern plains as well. get ready. another hot day. especially across parts of south dakota, north dakota, looking at the threat of severe weather. >> you said the f word. i told you never to say frost. >> you helped me out on that. >> stop that. >> put a dollar in the jar. >> wait until it snows and al, puts on the abominable snowman
outfit. >> a park, a. new overnight pakistan residents reportedly preparing for a an ethnic civil war in afghanistan when u.s. troops leave next year. pakistan-based think tank, numbers have tripled in the last years. they worry -- a teenager killed by his remote controlled helicopter. the teen probably attempting dangerous high-speed maneuvers like the one seen in the youtube video when the chopper spiraled out of control. the 19-year-old was struck in the neck flying his helicopter in a brooklyn park this week. the last victim of the boston marathon bombing is finally back home. doctors were not sure if john odom would ever walk again but he drove up to his own welcome home party in california and walked in on his own two feet.
the 65-year-old underwent 11 surgeries and months of physical therapy. >> when the doctors come in the room and tell you this is truly a miracle, you know you've beaten the odds. >> the odoms say they will return to boston next year to watch their nephew run the marathon. >> wow. all right, ali. ready for some football? >> sure. >> a wrap-up of week two. big day. florida and miami, first quarter hurricanes leading by one. morris goes deep dorsey takes it 52 yards for the touchdown. watch this. miami never giving up the lead. they pull off that upset 21-16. georgia bulldogs coming off a tough loss to clemson last week, number 6 south carolina. third quarter bulldog murray, 8-yard touchdown. georgia wins 41-30 there. michigan, notre dame, big house packing in more than 115,000 people in an ncaa record.
the fourth quarter irish down 34-20. the pass intercepted by michigan in the end zone for a touchdown. watch this. michigan regaining control. take down irish 41-30. a quick look at saturday afternoon football. a big day in the nfl today as the first sunday. we're going to have much more on how to have a great tailgate party and more in the show. >> fantastic of that's my favorite part of football. >> not just the eating. >> the eating. the question. is this a nation of laws or a nation of fads and fashion and the whim of powerful people? according to dianne feinstein possibly the latter. she wants dhs to stop enforces immigration laws she doesn't like. she said it quickly. dianne feinstein in a let immigrations and customs enforcement wisely used prrl discretion to defer removal of
young children in the u.s. i respectfully suggest you adopt a similar policy of against agriculture employers and workers. >> did you say she laid it out clearly. >> she's trying to stop immigration from cracking down and arresting workers who come into farms. there are 81,000 farms up and down california. she wants the agriculture workers who have largely supported those farms to be able to work without fear of arrest. >> isn't that already happening? lets be honest. that's already happening. we know from large producers of different items and farm stuff even throughout the south, georgia and south carolina, it's sort of a wink and nod. you look the other way for employers. you come in, round them up to fill your quota and leave them go. she's probably looking at what eric holder has done in the justice department. we're just going to back away from enforcing certain laws.
>> give usa bad law, change it. we have the house and senate, you don't linebacker it, a lot of laws aren't working, go ahead through the legislative process and change it. >> they are trying to change the imgraying policy but proved tougher. >> democracy is hard. it's difficult actually to translate the will of the people into legislation. but that's like the whole point. for one powerful senator to be like i respectfully suggest, whip in hand, that you do my bidding because i want you to do this. what? >> it's already happening in terms of they are just targeting criminals. that's what earning holder, president obama, dianne feinstein is suggesting. go after people who are violent, violent criminals and let these guys go because there have been shortages in agriculture workers for the past couple of years. so that is threatening the 81,000 farms she is trying to protect. >> and change the law. in charge of funding. for her to be -- these people
wield an awful lot of authority. you don't want them to do it outside the normal -- they do it all the time, i agree with you, this happens a lot but it shouldn't. >> agreed. they should change the law. i think they are a little stymied in congress about immigration in particular for the past couple of decades but they are working on it. marco rubio is trying to deal with this particular act she's talking about. >> let us know what you think about it, foxandfriends.com. tinseltown supporting the president on a number of key issues, so why is hollywood now staying silent on syria? the answer on that. >> fallout from miley cyrus's racy vma performance. one of the most coveted magazine covers in the world, not coveted by me but others, now telling miley no way. you know throughout history,
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time for quick headlines. take a look at this. a sticker on a truck that makes it look like there is a woman tied up in the back. police say they have gotten several 911 calls from people who thought this was real. the owner of the company who made this sticker said it was put on an employee's truck to find out how realistic their decals are. miley cyrus's twerking causing her the cover of "vogue." sources say after seeing that performance at the vma video awards, she did not want to feature miley matt magazine. lets go to tucker. >> thank you, alisyn. liberal celebs in hollywood are some of the loudest protest in about the war in iraq now they are silent. ed asner claims it's because of the president's race. hollywood refusing to talk about
it because they support president obama. david here to fill us in. >> good morning. >> there is this uncanny silence, weird silence from the hollywood left. i thought they were against all unnecessary military action but apparently not. >> no, actually, tucker, they were against the right. the anti-war movement, vaunted movement during the bush years was war was the issue, pets, trees, global warming, insert issue here, it's about anti-left. sean penn, alec baldwin and pseudocelebrities, congressional black caucus, i'll throw them in. this is a collusion of anti-right or anti-american values. when you look at the hypocrisy there, race is a part of it. they created teflon don protected person, this one person, obama, now they can't go against him. these guys they live in this bubble.
they make fictional movies, tv. when the script is over, they forts it and move to the next. >> how disappointing. i remember the traditional when i was a kid, i'm 44, a traditional hard core left. they seemed like they were sincerely for civil liberties and sincerely against war. >> no. they were sincerely for whatever their managers told them. >> because they are affecting only one. there are very few principled people on the left it turns out. >> that's the problem. we don't have people principled. that's the right word. i don't agree with your belief, but do you understand it. what we're talking about is people live in a bubble. they can't get outside the script. look what happens to sean penn when you challenge him on cesar chavez. he shuts up and runs away. they are cowards. ed asner and what he said in this interview, i don't know what planet he's living on -- >> the left doesn't want to
attack obama because they don't want to feel anti-black. >> by the way, they can't mobilize in a moment. okay. you're a celebrity in hollywood. if you call a press conference, it's like the president. they are going to show up. the paparazzi around you every time. this simple hypocrisy. they are teflon don suddenly shows not so teflon anymore on real issues. >> what a shame. david, thank you very much for joining us. appreciate it. up next, how to forgive and forgot when it seems impossible. lessons from world renowned evangelist billy graham coming up. you realize you need to switch to verizon, it's a reality check. my reality check was when i started losing customers. i couldn't update them where my truck was. i missed a video chat in my own house. i couldn't download my music. i couldn't watch movies, and i couldn't play games. so it was time to switch. life with verizon now is excellent. we rely on verizon entirely. i love verizon. verizon's 4g lte is the most reliable and in more places than any other 4g network. period. that's powerful. verizon.
countries. the daughter of legendary billy graham, also author of the new book "won'ted by god's people, discovering how god's love heals our heart." >> thank you for having me. >> what's the essence of the message in the book. >> people within the church, christians, community of faith can hurt epa other. when we're hurt by people who are god's people, sometimes we blame god for that. within the church we think we're safe. we come into our church family. we love those people. we learn to trust them, relax with them. when we're rejected, slappeder, betrayed, it's devastating. it can affect our relationship with god. they say the majority of people, i thought about it this morning, whoever is watching your show, probably sunday morning, maybe they are not going to church because they have been hurt by someone. the majority of people in church, who don't go to church don't go to church because they were hurt by somebody in the
church. my husband and i, we've had bad experiences in church. we were basically removed from a church because of political things, they felt like we had too much influence on the congregation. another one they drove the young pastor out. so twice i've been a believer in exile, outside of the church. both times lasted for a year. the hurt is so devastating. >> the main essence of the book, for giving and forgetting. it's one of those things we say, you've got to forgive and forgot but it's hard to practice. >> very hard. >> how do you forget. >> i'm not sure you can forget. i'm not sure as human beings we can forget. we can forgive. i think forgiveness is a choice, when you choose to forget another person. the emotions catch up for me when i reach out and do something for the person. it sounds bizarre. >> make the leap for doing something. >> it can be a note. >> someone who has wronged you. >> that's right. what that does, even if it doesn't affect them, it frees my
spirit. somehow my spirit rises up above it and i have to embrace whatever my life is that god would have for me that might be different from what i've thought, outside the church. maybe i thought that one church we had been in 15 years. i thought i would grow old there, be buried there. we moved on. i had to embrace now the life without what i thought i would have. but the forgiveness is something, this wonderful thing is that the bible teaches us jesus came to his own people and they were religious people. they didn't just reject him, they crucified him. he respond the same way. he forgave them. when they ask for forgiveness they forgave him. trusted the one who judges all things. when people wrong us. we can hold them accountable to some degree, forgive them, reach out to them and one day god will set it right, sort it all out. >> that's a great message this morning. the book, "wounded by god's
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congress's support and what about our allies around the world? >> america is drowning in debt. that doesn't stop members of congress from spending your money on portraits of themselves like this one. will this hip rockacy come to an end. an update. a story i've been tracking for a long time. have you ever been board and tried to do this? it's important research i've been doing this week. scientists claim something incredible about cow tipping. you're not going to believe it. it can all be physics. is it true? cow tipping. "fox & friends," hour two. i'm all over that. >> i miss chris mcfarland. well, good morning on this
sunday morning. >> welcome. >> easy to tip us over because we're always so tired. >> center of gravity. >> some more than others. we begin with a fox news alert as sunrises on the white house, top members of the administration getting ready to make their case in full about a proposed strike on syria. tomorrow the president has six one-on-one interviews with the networks planned of that's before a national prime time address on tuesday. will get work, is it too little, too late. the latest on the developing story, peter doocy standing by in washington. peter, what's up? >> tucker, what's up, you're going to be seeing a lot of president obama on tv in the next two days. that is exactly what the white house wants. two days from now, the house and senate officially gaveled back in for the first time since summer recess, something many members of congress are saying for the last few weeks is that an overwhelming majority of constituents who call in are opposed to the american military
getting involved in syria. that sentiment is reflected in the latest tally by "the washington post" of how many pem in the house want to authorize force against assad. 223 are either solid no votes or they say they are leaning no. that's half a dozen more than the 217 needed to kill that resolution. president obama has been working the phones the last few days trying to move votes spot other column but the white house thinks it's time for a bigger push to today they are sending chief of staff to all the sunday shows. tomorrow the president himself is going to sit down with anchors from abc, cbs, nbc, cnn, pbs and fox and then tuesday the president will deliver a national address where there won't be anyone asking him questions and he'll be able to personally deliver a direct plea to the public to authorize force against the assad regime. back to you in new york.
>> all right. thanks. it will be an interesting next few days, peter. thanks so much. >> he needs to do it. you look attes polls, not a good time to sell to the people, not behind a blitz on syria. wars eniraq and afghanistan a fresh reminder. a conundrum. >> you've seen that. assertive lobbies in washington pushing for this. the public is not behind it as of this moment. seeing key defections on the democratic side as a result of the mood. >> we do know more about how the white house has gone about selling their case to congress. there have been 13 separate videos that have been, we're told, authenticated by cia. they believe these are real showing the aftermath of the chemical attack in syria. >> we're not going to shoit because they are horrifying. >> gruesome. we can describe them. they basically show men, women, and children all struggling to
breathe, one foaming at the mouth, people looking glazed, squirming and convulsing. >> kids videos, if you're a parent, even if you're not a parent, tears in your eyes the entire time you're watching videos. actual heartbreaking. >> that's the point. the videos are so horrifying, by the way, available online if you want to see it yourself. if you're a normal person you'll be horrified by them. they are shocking and cruelty. the point is drive revulsion, get people worked up into an emotional state rather than making a coherent and rational case why it would help the united states, in our national interest they are tugging at the heart strings. >> the president himself has been affected by videos. he made an emotional case about why it was so important for us to act for the international community, not let this stand. the case that they are making is that because there is an
international norm against using chemical weapons, that if we turn a blind eye to this, we send a message to north korea and iran we will turn a blind eye to them using chemical weapons when they want to. that's the logical case they made. i thought he looked emotional. >> there's no doubt. i've seen the videos. they will make you emotional for sure. so will videos of resistance army killing children or any piece you read about the massive camps in north korea where political prisoners are killed including women and children. there's a lot of horror around with world. it doesn't mean the united states has an obligation to send its troops or spend its money to intervene. >> some of our heroes are weighing in on all this. you wonder, some generals who held political offices in the past, particularly people trying to find out where does general david petraeus came out on all this. he says, quote, we now know he
strongly supports congressional approval of president obama's request for authority to undertake military action against the syrian regime of bashar al assad. military action against the syrian regime is, in fact, necessary, not just to deter future use of chemical weapons but also to ensure iran, north korea and other would be aggressors never underestimate the united states resolve to take military action when other tools prove insufficient. >> that was the point. i would say there's many sides to this and we'd love to hear from you. that was the point the president made also, you need to send a message. you can't turn a blind eye. no right answer. the other side is why insinuate ourselves into a civil war that will only cause more blood shed. >> in law enforcement, the only kind of response that proves to be a deterrent that works is swift and certain. someone does something wrong,
you respond immediately. having this anguished public debate where the president tries to win over congress, this sends not a message of swift and certain response. >> and to israel as well. should something happen, iran is well, some other issue in the middle east, will we deliberate congress weeks and weeks. will we have israel's back, we said we would, we would have israel's back in a heartbeat, do we set up dangerous precedent. >> medal of honor recipient dakota meyer and the general talked about how they feel. lets listen. >> it's an international issue. it's not just a u.s. issue. the international community needs to help. we don't need to be the one fronting the bill. we need to worry about our own economy of it's like asking russia and china to take care of the mexican border for us. it doesn't make sense. >> i think this is foolish. i think this is about preserving the credibility of the president who got off his teleprompter and made a very foolish statement
when he drew a red line and i think the military is now being forced into supporting this thing, which i think they have a visceral opposition to it. >> it is interesting he says the president went off his teleprompter. it has now been fairly well documented that was an off the cuff statement when he said this would be a red line for us. his aides didn't know he was going to be saying that. that wasn't part of his prepared remarks. now he has been standing by that. >> he hasn't been standing by it. >> international -- >> our red line. >> national red line. >> in fact it is his red line. there's been a lot of chemical weapons used. correct one thing yesterday in an interview former senator said chemical weapons hadn't been used since first world war, that's not true, a number of cases. >> saddam hussein and others.
weigh in on foxandfriends.com. we have some other stories, lets bring those to you. new overpass, a powerful explosion rocks afghanistan. the blast went off noex an intelligence office in kabul, this as news comes of an airstrike in kunar province, taliban stronghold. ten enemies forces killed. afghan claimed many were actually women and children. nato says there are no reports of civilian death. two people injured and an entire neighborhood evacuated after a lightning storm in houston. a lightning bolt hit a pesticide tank knocking it over. a hazmat crew had to clean it up. two men struck by lightning playing soccer in a nearby field. >> it was kind of like chaos. >> you saw bright, bright -- it was brighter than anything else out here. you just --
>> like a 1950s, bugs attacked. >> amazing they survived, no word on their condition. security measures put in place for a popular music festival in boston because of concerns about molly. concertgoers now getting pat-downs. they also cannot bring in backpacks or purses. instead they have to put belongings into clear plastic bags. in the past week four people died because of molly overdose. a conservative just won a major election in australia for the first time in six years. prime minister elect tony abbott's conservative coalition won a crushing over the labor party, stop asylum seekers from entering the country. those are your headlines. >> they are. where is rick when you need him.
so beautiful. why would you be inside instead of outside. >> i'd rather be outside. a spectacular weekend, the southeast feeling like summer, a little summer across parts of the northeast as well. generally this time of year talking hurricanes. one storm after the next. really has not been the case at all. take a look at weather maps. see what's going on across the tropics. stuff on the left side of the screen, none of that developing into anything interesting. one wave off africa. models pretty consistent developing it. the little blob off the west coast of africa. that will likely become our first or next tropical storm and maybe our first hurricane of the season. if this develops not until september 12th, doesn't become one by september 12th, the latest we've gone in the satellite era of having a hurricane. we're talking about a very, very long time here. chicago, back to the mainland now. you're in for a seesaw of weather here. tomorrow cool, back to summer,
then by the end of next week back to fall again. enjoy that. back to you guys. >> football weather. >> the president trying to gain support for a strike on syria promising it won't be like u.s. strikes on iraq or afghanistan. colonel west says that's a promise he can't keep. he joins us next. have you ever been board and tried to do this? >> hut, hut. >> scientists, though, are putting physics and actual science behind cow tipping. do they have proof that it exists, or it's all fake? we'll tell you next. ♪
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on the ground. any action we take would be limited both in time and scope designed to deter the syrian president from gassing its own people again and degrade its ability to do so. >> is that really a promise the president can keep. can we make good? do we have the power. congressman west, a 22 veteran of the united states army. concern, that's a lot for joining us this morning. can the president make good on that promise? >> of course he can. i think that he doesn't understand the series of miscalculations and unintended consequences that can come from it. i think going back and trying to use iraq and afghanistan was a disingenuous cheap spot. first of all, we need to understand casualty rates under obama presidency has increased in afghanistan. furthermore with iraq, if the president had maintained some type of strategic vision instead of a campaign promise and done as the general recommended leaving a residual force in
iraq, we probably would not have iran through iraq on the ground and in airspace to reinforce bashar al assad in syria. the president did not mention the world libya, a venture military action he embarked upon without congressional improvement -- approval, look w. we opposed muammar gaddafi. now we have islamists all over the place. unfortunately on this 9/11, the anniversary, we will sadly ha l to remember the death of four americans no support came to, now islamists are all over libya even training based on al qaeda and muslim brotherhood influence, individuals to go to syria to fight. he has no idea about the unintended consequences. >> colonel, i want to pick up on something you're talking about is radicals, islamics and rebels in syria. can we be assured in any capacity they are on our side.
when we degrade assad's forces somehow democracy will take hold in the country? >> no, absolutely not. you see that played out in egypt when the president embraced muslim brotherhood and president morsi there, happened, thank god egyptian military taking action against them will tucker, very simply, the only way you can ensure chemical weapons not used by anyone in syria is to go in and secure the chemical weapons stockpiles. when the president says we're not going to put boots on the ground, that means chemical weapon stockpiles will remain for hezbollah, syrian army, rebel forces, whoever to get control of them and continue to proliferate them all through syria. this feel good thing, emotional thing you've talked about of going in and bombing air fields and bombing empty hangars and things of this nature, that's not going to degrade his capability. even so, if it does degrade his capability, it's going to elevate the ability of rebel
forces bkd by turkey, qatar, saudi arabia, muslim brotherhood to have the upper hands. they will have to defeat syrian army and islamists. he's just causing a bigger conundrum. this is an emotional tug. i tell you, the american people need to stand firm, our representatives need to stand firm and not grant approval. >> what you just said seem to me a problem, remarkably complex on the ground in syria. it's not at all clear what our goal is. you don't lob rockets at a capital without some expectation whaf you want. what do we want? do we want assad regime to fall, be replaced by whom? what's our strategy here? >> that's the most important thing. there is no clear, strategic operation or tactical goal or objective. there's no clear understanding what the end state is.
everyone keeps saying you have to do something. i will tell you if you do something and don't do it effectively you can cause second, third odor of affect you're not prepared to contend with this. this administration has not thought through action, reaction, counter-action decision metrics the military is taught to do. earlier you talked about machinations of these strategic plans of they are not clear what they want to accomplish. >> see what the president says on sunday talk shows and answers before he addresses the nation. allen west, great to see you on "fox & friends." >> thanks so much. >> voice of experience. people who worked there for years, can't have health care anymore? they are blaming obama care. robert dinero starred in an iconic mob -- many iconic mob movies. hit latest role, the tables turned, he's the one running from the mob. the oscar winner sits down with us next.
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kids and not having time to get to the gym. >> that explains it. robert dinero is returning to the big screen in a movie about the mob. this time his family is in the witness protection program running from the mob. for more we're stepping in with michael. >> good morning. >> this sounds loic a fun movie, robert dinero, michelle pfeiffer, tommy lee. >> jones. executive producer martin scorse scorsese. hello. small town france. they just can't help but get themselves into trouble by being who they are. >> is it a comedy? >> a dark comedy. >> kind of dexter meets married to the mob. dinero's six mafia related movie. we sat down recently and asked him what is it about these movie that have endless appeal. here is what he had to say. >> part of american folklore,
gangster movies. they go outside the limits, normal limits and parameters of everyday living in society. that makes them more interesting to watch. if you see it done in a real way, it's very interesting. it can also be done in a more of a fancy way, another way of doing it. >> was that your first time interview him? >> my first time. i was a little nervous. >> of course. >> mr. dinero this, that. he was great. he was kind of shy. >> i've heard that. he seems it. he seems sort of halting. >> thoughtful. he's really kind of thinking about what he's going to say and all that. "the family" opens up this friday nationwide. it's worth it. >> lets talk about fashion week in new york. >> fashion week, one of my favorite times of the year. got kicked off to an early start wednesday.
mayor bloomberg declared it his day, the man behind the tube top. a classic american success story, grew up israeli orphanage, came to america with $100 in his pocket. started out as an electrician, 40 years later here we go. joan rivers introduced him at the event wednesday. we caught up with both of them back stage and asked them, what does it take to succeed? >> a lot of people think, not going to happen. no, no, no. he's still got, i say this with such pride, the immigrant mentality. a lot of new yorkers have that. >> appreciation. appreciation. >> to everyone watching this. if you don't get it, if you have a toilet flushes, wearing shoes and you have a tv and if you're really lucky you're wearing a tahari, life is good. >> life is good. >> i love it. >> men's clothes, too. >> i like her message of
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married to morty kaufman. [ lee ] now that i'm getting older some things are harder to do. this is not a safe thing to do. be careful babe. there should be some way to make it easier. [ doorbell rings ] let's open it up and see what's cookin'. oh i like that. look at this. it's got a handle on it. i don't have to climb up. this yellow part up here really catches a lot of the dust. did you notic how clean it looks? morty are you listeng? morty? [ morty ] i'm listening! i want you to know. >> you put your shoulder into her and you push. >> and? >> they fall over. keep your feet shoulder width
apart, hut, hut. >> cow tipping. >> everyone has done it, right? i'm sure you've done it growing up on the farm. >> everyone says we used to go cow tipping. >> a few beers, tip a few cows. now according to the laws of science, you can't argue with that, cow tipping only exists in movies because physics makes it impossible to happen. turns out you've never done it and neither have your friends. >> you think you've done it. it's a world myth. when you say science, you're referring to science the same way tucker carlson refers to science meaning youtube. >> that's what he believes when his theories are founded in science, that's also what he's saying. basically the way they figure -- it's about scientists. they looked at youtube and never found one incident of cow
tipping. youtube, as they point out, is the largest clearing house of human stupidity in the world. >> that is true. that is a good point. here is what they say from this study. they break it down, 145 pound person can generator 660 newtons of force meaning at least two people would be needed to tip an unmoving nonresistant cow. >> nonresistant is quite a caveat. >> if he's resisting. >> absolutely. >> however, once the cow's ability to brace itself is taken into effect, that number increases to five electronic people or six people of average strength. >> you ever try to pick up someone who doesn't want to be picked up? again, i refer you to -- >> i'm not talking about college. when you try to pick somebody up, you say try to pick me up and you go along wit mentally you can be lifted up. if you're fighting it, the cow
is bracing itself, that cow is not going anywhere. >> it's impossible to seat more than six saltines without water. cow tipping, never did today. >> can't argue with youtube or science. if you have cow tipped out there, send us photos and we'll disprove this scientific study. you may be lying but send them anyway. >> we'll call aspc. >> everyone has a story. i never forget the night we went to the field and went cow tipping. no cow was tipped over. you might have run around a field drunk. >> you might have smacked a cow. >> cow spanking does exist. >> let us know if you think science is wrong. >> e-mail address foxandfriends.com, send us twit pics. >> we have a fox news alert. we want to show you this live look from paris. secretary of state john kerry is
about to or is meeting with arab leaders in france, a day after an appeal for military action in syria. about to take questions with the foreign minister. you can go to foxnews.com to watch this entire thing live. meanwhile lets get to your headlines now. new overnight pakistan militants reportedly preparing for an ethnic civil war in afghanistan when u.s. troops leave next year. a ased think tank reports the number of militants has tripled in the past two years. experts are worried that civil war could strengthen the taliban regime in the region. one of our nation's wounded warriors kicked off of a plane because of his service dog. >> this country in vietnam,
people disabled and i have a service dog because of it and everybody else has to obey the ada laws except for this airline. >> the vet apparently was upset when a crew member said his dog had to set on the floor and not in the empty seat beside him. l.a. police cited him with trespassing and booked him on a flight the next day. probably haven't heard the end of that story. tax dollars paying for portraits, lisa jackson. it's lovely. this one cost you more than $38,000. now, one congressman is launching a bill to eliminate that waste. bill cassidy says if government officials want the portrait, they should be paying for em, not the taxpayer. he offered to let people borrow his camera. that's a great idea. that's free. there are your headlines.
rick standing by to let us know what's going on in the studio. >> there was a river running right into her door. >> it was peculiar. >> i'm a little concerned for her house mostly as a meteorologist speaking. talking about meteorology, here are the maps, what you're waking up to. warm temps in parts of the plains not going to change. in fact we're going to see today temps pushing upper 90s again for a lot of people. 81 degrees as you're waking up this morning in kansas city. today i think you're going to be flirting with 100 degrees. unbelievable. today a few more showers across florida. we're also going to see a front moving across the northeast. it's going to cool temps down. tomorrow the yo-yo temperatures in the northeast continue. a big cooldown tomorrow and warm-up by tuesday and wednesday. we have storms out across parts of the west. southwest dealing with heavy rain again. we have a threat for flooding across arizona and utah and again as you go into areas of montana and south dakota and north dakota. flash flooding along with severe
weather. could see a tornado or two today. mostly hail and very strong winds here. wind at times 70 to 80 miles an hour across that area. but really a story about the temperature, summer hanging on, 100 in kansas city. tomorrow remains another warm day. we're going to be seeing those temps into the upper 90s. >> football weather, rick? >> minnesota. >> down south 110 in the middle of october. >> that's true. >> it is officially, though, the first nfl sunday of the year, time to kick off tailgating season in style. >> here are some tips for ruling the parking lot lifestyle and entertaining expert. welcome. you have some good stuff. >> yeah. >> tailgating time. >> i love the truck, gmc 2014. >> sierra. >> tell us about this. >> sure. >> you loaded up some people. are these random new yorkers? >> we pulled them off the street. no, it's 2014 gmc sierra.
it's state-of-the-art. official truck of the nfl. of course we're tailgating with it. >> i feel like it might break out. >> lets talk pizza, an easy thing to be. pizzeria pronto. >> so we have a pizzeria grill, which is right down here. you can see it. over here i made a pizza. it takes five minutes to do it. one pound propane tank and i made a football shape. we've got to get into tailgating. >> lets take a look at this machine. >> there's actually a one pound propane right here, we have the pizza cooking inside. five minutes. you just turb it on. >> it gets to 500 degrees. >> like a pizza oven. five minutes. >> in the apartment? >> indoors you should be using something completely different. >> classic food drinks as well. you've got hot ball games.
>> hot dogs, burgers, wings. i love putting tab asco because it amplifies flavor. you want to make it cute, so we've taken this into football -- >> 100 calorie sandwich things, football shapes, hummus. >> you make. >> that's right. totally use the other part of it. >> along with the foot theme here, food out -- >> a really fun helmet. we got this from party city. chocolates, pecan bars. chocolate covered strawberry. you can make them yourself but we got them from godiva, because who wants to make them yourself. what tailgate is great without beer. >> i love this thing.
two different kegs. makes this brand. you plug it in, keeps your beer cool for 30 days keep a keg in there. >> heineken or new castle, just out of the draft, 5 liter. we got beer for you. there we go. bringing your bar to the tailgate. if you want to, you can see it here. >> i'm going to be honest. i think one of the reasons why you love your tailgating parties is for all of the decor. >> that's right. all of the decor. these t-shirts from old navy but cover girl gave us a new way to show team spirit, teamed up with the nfl. check out our nails right here. i'm representing a little bit of everyone. >> texans, kansas city. >> eyes down here people. >> vikings. >> this is patriots. >> patriots. >> see, i'm not looking at the
jerseys. >> it's early. >> so fox's nfl kickoff show from times square today. don't forget to watch it. 11:30 on your local fox station, "fox nfl sunday" from times square. >> taken over times square. watch nfl on fox. thanks so much, ladies. appreciate it. check out stuff. if you missed any of it, go to foxnews.com. later in the show i'll show you great nfl gadgets. >> tucker, ali, we'll send it to you inside. >> thank you, gentlemen. as the u.s. gears up for strikes on syria, two other countries sending warships to the region. the problem, hardly u.s. allies. could this be the sign of a much larger and growing problem on the horizon. >> temperature climbing before you know it. experts say don't update your closet just yet. up next the tips you need to curb your fall clothing spending. we're going to score you some major savings. >> thank you, alisyn.
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fox news alert, international tensions continue to rise as president obama tries to gain support for his plans to strike syria. now russia and china are reportedly sending warships for the area. >> what does it mean? joining us author of nuclear showdown increase takes on the world gordon chang. this is an ominous development. what does it mean and where does it go from here? >> this is serious. for the first time in decades, rival fleets in close proximity at the same time the syrian situation is deteriorating. we have russian and chinese leaders who don't respect president obama. they think they can push him around. this is an explosive situation. >> lets take a look at one of these warships mottering into the area as we speak. i don't know how how to pronounce this thing. 689 foot long ship. this thing is menacing. it is heading there now. >> this the ship the chinese use when they want to intimidate other nations. they did it in the south china sea when they brought this out.
it's in the eastern mediterranean, passed through the suez canal, other ships in the area. the french, italians, russians, chinese, our ships all in very close situation to each other. >> aligning themselves with syria, the message? >> china and russia have always been on syria's side. you've got iran there as well. one of the things that makes this so complex in the event of hostilities we don't know who will side with whom. this is exactly what happened in 1914 which made that situation so explosive. >> that's exactly it. with armed conflict you never know where things are going to wind up. when killed in there, didn't know this would happen. >> right now china and north korea think if the united states becomes embroiled in syria, they have a big green light for adventurism. trying to take away from japan,
philippines, india, north koreans are always unpredictable. you could have this situation spread from one side of asia to the other. >> you mentioned world war i and the assassination of ferdinand. do you see similarities to the cuban missile crisis? >> the problem here you look at june 1961, the disastrous summit between kennedy and khruschev. the russians said we can push this guy around. so it was a few months afterwards the soviets decided to start introducing long-range missiles spoke cuba. so you can draw the straight line from that summit in vienna to the cuban missile crisis in the following year. >> do you think that the people running the u.s. government, running our policy, including the president, have an appreciation for unintended consequences in this kind of thing? >> i think they you understand it could happen but haven't thought it through. this is a president focusing in on domestic priorities. >> yes. >> to the extent he has any interest at all about what goes
beyond america's borders, it's probably palestinian issue. syria, china, japan. all the rest of this is so far beyond what they want to do. that's why i think they are really unprepared for what could happen. >> unprepared is the best word that could describe this. always great having you here with your expertise. >> thank you. >> thank you for that perspective. changing seasons means changing your wardrobe, but before you spend another dollar, we've got the tips you need to score the best savings. call your spouse in. an important segment on the way. why do people count on sunsweet prune juice to stay fit on the inside? it's made only from prunes, nothing else. it works, simple as that. it's a natural source of fiber and five essential vitamins. it's the smart choice for me. stay fit on the inside with sunsweet's amazing juices. just go to truecar.com, configure your car, and get connected...
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fortune this fall. our next guests are the co-founders of huckster.com, katie finnegan and erica bell, and they're here to tell us what we should buy now and what we should wait to buy later so we can save a lot of dough. ladies, great to see you. >> nice to see you. >> so everybody's temptation when it gets a little chilly is i've got to go out and buy a new fall wardrobe. you say there are specific strategic times to buy things. >> yeah, that's what we like to focus on at huckster are what are the things on sale under buy now, or what are the things you should huck and wait on? that's what we do. we alert you when that product goes on sale. there are some great finds here today. >> so what should we buy now? >> the basic tees. a lot of retailers will clear them out. old navy has a long sleeve tee right now, basic $8, super adorable. >> is that it right there? can i check it out? >> yeah. here's one right here. >> great.
oh, nice. thank you. okay, great. so t-shirts are a great buy right now. 8 bucks. you can't beat that. what about moccasins? >> yeah, fall shoes. those flip-flops don't cut it anymore now that fall is upon us. we love this moccasin. this is from the gap. and it's $35. it's 30% off right now. and it's a comfortable shoe you can wear all season which is great. >> fantastic. how about purses? tote bags? >> yeah. so whether you're going back to school or you're just excited for the change in season, it's time to get a great deal on a bag. gap right here, we love this canvas tote with the striped detail. $35. originally $50. >> that's great. okay. so now you say to wait. there are certain things that will be going on sale. and you can find those at huckster, but let's talk about sweaters and coats. when is the best time to buy those? >> yeah. so there's a lot of great products out there that are hitting the shelves right now. but you don't need to stock up on all these things. and so these are the types of products we like to encourage our users to huck and to wait. >> so for instance, a man's
peacoat right here? >> yeah, this is a great product. a pea coat is such a great coat that you can wear in fall, winter, dressy and casual. so we love both of these. this one's from macy's and from the gap. >> when do you think these will go on sale? >> probably as early as early october. before you tilely even need it. >> so if you can get away without buying those yet, just wait a few weeks to do that. also these really cozy, comfy uggs. everybody likes to have these in the fall. >> everybody loves them. >> i didn't think uggs went on sale. >> when? >> last year the wednesday before thanksgiving was the first discount we saw. we saved our shoppers 30%. >> that's fantastic. for sweaters, too, you say wait to find out exactly when huckster says to do it. go to huckster, h-u-k-k-s-t-e-r.com. erica, katie, thanks so much. >> thanks for having us. >> great to see you guys. let's go back inside to clayton and see what's coming up. >> here on the show, president obama embarking on a media blitz
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morning, everyone. today is sunday, september 8th. thanks for joining us. and we begin with a fox news alert for you. selling war. the u.s. senate releasing gruesome videos showing the atrocities in syria. all this as the president embarks on a media blitz to push his plan of attack. so will americans buy it this week? and a nation of laws or a lawless nation? one senator asking homeland security to take their hands off illegal immigration and stop enforcing federal law. the details on that coming up. and remember this guy, the giant rubber duck? now getting a face-lift because he thought -- people thought he looked disgruntled. what do you think? does this duck look angry? >> yes. >> "fox & friends" hour three
starts right now. see this? smile. who determines whether a duck looks angry? >> i don't know. >> all ducks look angry. >> yeah. and they are mean. my son, when he sees, like, the geese in the park, he asks, are those the mean ducks? >> yep. >> because they peck at the other ones and get in fights all the time. no, those are just the men ducks. >> see? they sound angry. i don't know if they look angry. >> that's why i shoot them every fall. >> nice to see you. >> nice to see you, clayton. >> this is our show. welcome to "fox & friends." you were off for a while. were you off on maternity leave? i love how that took a moment. >> boy, that was fast. >> i don't think so. no, it's great to be reunited with you guys, particularly on this important weekend. >> yes, it is important. we've got a fox news alert for you. this morning top members of the obama administration finally
make their full case to the american people about a strike in syria. tomorrow, the president has six one-on-one interviews with network anchors planned before a national primetime address on tuesday. will it be enough? our own peter ducey is live for us in washington, d.c., with all the breaking news. peter? >> reporter: and tucker, before the slate of nfl games begins today, there's going to be a big kickoff here in d.c. because the white house is trying to win support for a strike against the assad regime, and they have got a long way to go. this week the house and senate are going to gavel back in for the first time since summer recess. but for most of the summer, democrats and republicans have been saying that an overwhelming majority of constituents that call into their offices are opposed to military intervention in syria, which is reflected by the latest tally in "the washington post" that's got 226 house members listed as solid no or leaning no votes on a
resolution to authorize the use of force. that's nine more than the 217 needed to kill that resolution on the floor. so in an effort to move votes into his column, president obama who wants congress to say it's okay to order a strike on syria, is going to give interviews tomorrow to anchors from abc, cbs, nbc, cnn, pbs and fox. and then on tuesday night, he's going to make an address to the nation without interruption from interviewers asking questions so he can make the case personally. but first, before all that, his chief of staff, denis mcdonough, is going to hit all the sunday shows to make a similar presentation this morning. the administration is going to try to flood the airwaves for the next few days, and we should have an idea of how effective that strategy is or was when the full congress debates this issue this week. back to you in new york. >> thanks, peter doocy live for us in washington this morning. it will be interesting to see in the polling as well about the
american public because right now that polling is not favorable for the white house. and given the fact that the white house is going on this media blitz should tell you something about where they stand. >> that's an understatement. the country is against this. that may change as perhaps we see new evidence this week and the president puts the full force of his office behind selling this. as of this morning he's seeing defections from his left. he lost senator pryor of arkansas in the last couple of days. it's going to be a very tough sell. >> one of the things the white house is using to sell their argument for war are these 13 separate videos that apparently are horrific. and they show the aftermath of a chemical attack on victims in syria. the cia says that they have authenticated these videos. they were filmed by syrians who support the rebels. so syrians who are against the assad regime, but the cia says that they are legitimate videos, and they show just horrifying victims and what they experienced after the chemical attacks. so that was -- the white house showed these to the senate and then senator dianne feinstein
felt that it was important to show these to other people. she's put them, as we understand it, on her website with a disclaimer warning about video -- about view -- we're not showing the videos, we should mention, because they are so brew so gruesome. >> i've seen them, and i would imagine they're as horrifying as we'd imagine. is this what we need now is more emotion in this debate? i think the president's done a good job of making an emotional case to strike syria. the world can't tolerate this, et cetera. but they've spent very little time explaining why this is in america's interest. >> that's a good point. when you make emotional decisions, you tend to make the wrong decisions, to make a logical decision based on facts, evidence, a long-term strategy which we don't have. the president making the case that look, this is not iraq. he ran, of course, against iraq and said we needed to be fighting the right war in afghanistan. he's saying this is not afghanistan. this is not iraq, but is that a promise the president can really
keep? saying you don't know what's going to unfold. we certainly don't know where the rebels stand with inside syria. you impede sa saassad to a cert degree. >> we don't know anything. the cia has authenticated the videos. they're real. it doesn't explain who has chemical weapons and why. was it part of the assad regime acting without permission from the leadership? i don't know the answer to these questions, but i suspect no one else does either. >> well, the white house says they do. the white house has said that they feel confident that it was launched, that it was a chemical attack launched by the assad regime because they don't believe that chemical weapons have fallen into the hands of anyone else, any other group. they have made their case. but those have been classified briefings, behind closed-door briefings to the leaders in the house and senate so we don't know what makes them so confident that it was assad's chemical weapons. >> but to the point we were just making which is can the president stand by and say this is not iraq. this is not afghanistan. there were all kinds of unintended consequences that unfolded in afghanistan. >> always are. >> didn't understand that we
couldn't necessarily buy off individuals because they were making more money from their poppy crop to sell heroin. we didn't understand the dynamics as we went into afghanistan either. lieutenant colonel allen west on the show earlier this morning picking up on exactly this point. >> of course, you can. and i think that he doesn't understand the series of miscalculations and unintended consequences that can come from it. and i think going back and trying to use iraq and afghanistan, it was really a disingenuous cheap shot. first of all, we need to understand that the casualty rates under the obama presidency has increased in afghanistan. and furthermore, with iraq, if the president had to maintain some type of strategic vision instead of a campaign promise and done as the generals recommended, leaving a residual force in iraq, we probably would not have iran transiting through iraq on the ground and through airspace to reinforce bashar al assad in syria. >> let us know what you think
about all of these different scenarios. we'd love to hear from you. we have other top stories to tell you about. new overnight, a powerful explosion rocks the capital of afghanistan. taliban militants detonated a car bomb next to an intelligence office in kabul, then tried to attack it on foot, we're told. at least four afghan soldiers were killed. this while news comes of a nato air strike in the kunar provi e province. nato says ten enemy forces were killed, but afghan police claim many were afghan women and children. no reports of civilian deaths. also a standoff leaving a 107-year-old man dead. police in arkansas were responding to a domestic disturbance. when they entered the home, the 107-year-old suspect shot at them, reportedly. officers tried negotiating, they say, but could not convince him to put down his gun. as a s.w.a.t. team released gas into the room where he was hiding the 107-year-old reportedly fired back, prompting the s.w.a.t. team to go inside,
eventually shooting and killing him. two other victims were in the home during the incident but were able to get out safely. and according to new top-secret documents, the nsa can access smartphones. these documents claim the agency and its british counterpart have dedicated teams cracking iphones, blackberrys and android devices. take note, clayton morris. this gives them list access to call lists, contacts and even location data. this tactic is reportedly only used to access the nsks of specific individuals. well, that's comforting. and not used for mass surveillance. well, a true superhero story playing out on the streets of hollywood when superman saved the day. clayton, this is right up your alley. >> yeah, you see this documentary about these guys who work on hollywood boulevard. they're out there every day. this guy rescued, a homeless woman started hitting wonder woman with her cowboy boots when
superman stepped in. >> i'm then reflecting all of her boot throws. she actually hits one woman again with a boot. i reflected it, and it just kind of ricocheted off my arm and hit her in the face. >> ricocheted off of his arm. >> i deflected it. >> right. the victim says that she channeled her inner wonder woman to show some restraint. >> i was sitting there like what would wonder woman do? she wouldn't hit the crazy lady. >> the two -- that's -- yeah. that's the moral of that story. the two haven't decided if they will press charges yet. if you've ever seen the documentary about these guys that work on hollywood boulevard, every day they get up and dress in these costumes and tourists take pictures and then they put out their hand for a little cash. >> i did a story here on people on staten island who dress as superheroes and help the community. finally, your moment of underoos and how they can be used. >> without a nation of laws, that's why. and we have vigilantes that need
to stand up. and this is exactly what senator feinstein apparently is trying to do according to a new piece of information she's releasing to the department of homeland security. because enforcement of immigration laws. she thinks has gotten too strict in her home state of california. and so she will basically want the department of homeland security, i.c.e. specifically, to sort of look the other way. and she writes it this way. she says immigration and customs enforcement has widely used its discretion to defer removal of young people who arrive to the united states without documentation as children. i respectfully suggest that you adopt a similar policy of exercising prosecutorial discretion to defer enforcement against agricultural employers and workers. >> she's talking about form workers. she wants i.c.e. to focus in on violent criminals and to leave farm workers, agricultural workers, crossing the border to work on farms in california, she wants them to be left alone because here's the thinking. there ars in
california, and interestingly farmers have reported increasing shortages. >> yeah, but she's a lawmaker. she's not batman or superwoman or a vigilante. >> it must be nice to have the authority to tell a law enforcement agency not to enforce certain laws. plenty of laws i don't like. speeding laws, for example. i would love for people to call up, i don't know, state troopers and say don't pull me over. i'm doing 85. right? there are plenty of laws i don't like and you go through the congress. they make the laws. you can't just order people to ignore laws. >> well, she's in lockstep with the president and eric holder in terms of only focusing in on violent criminals when it comes to immigration law. i like your idea of changing the law. that is ideally the way we should do it, but as i think you know, congress has been mired in immigration legal problems in terms of deciding what our immigration policy is for the better part of, i don't know, four decades? >> it's not just ideal, though. there's no other way because the other option is no laws. lawlessness where individuals just get to make the call.
you can't have that. i mean, i don't think i'm being hysterical when i say things collapse when each individual senator gets to make his own laws? no. >> let us know what you think about this. is she playing wonder woman? she looks a little bit different than wonder woman, by the way, senator feinstein. >> hard to tell without the outfit. >> pretty vig rouorous for 80. coming up, president obama's plan of attack for syria and chris wallace will sit down with the president tomorrow. what questions will he have for our commander in chief? chris just called me and said he's going to reveal his questions to me live on the air next. >> oh, good. that will be better than asking him to reveal questions in the past. and a big yellow duck making a debut in one major city. not all it's quacked up to be. more puns ahead. [ male announcer ] campbell's angus beef & dumplings.
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the american public not behind this military strike on syria. what does the president have to do, do you think, in his media blitz this week? >> well, i don't know. forget the polls. according to "the washington post," because in the end congress decides it, 220 congressmen are either opposed or leaning against, and only 25 are supporting. i mean, he has to do a massive job of changing opinions. and i don't know what he says. i mean, it's not -- it's sort of like it was with obamacare where they kept saying, well, the problem is the message. he has expressed the message of why he thinks -- and it's a perfectly reasonable argument -- that it is in our national interest to set a marker out there to enforce the ban against chemical weapons. he's made the case for the last two weeks. we've seen these horrific videos. now today we've seen new videos that the u.s. government is showing to members of congress. i think people are horrified by it, but an awful lot of them still aren't convinced that we need to get into syria. and i don't know how he
persuades them of that. >> so chris, is anybody going to ask him about libya? now the country's a disaster. are we learning something from this, or are we pretending it didn't happen? >> well, the point i'm sure the president would say to that is we're not trying to end the regime in libya -- or in syria. this is very much an effort to establish a norm. you know, i have to say to myself, just even that, the word he keeps using, we have to enforce a norm. it's not the best battle cry i've ever heard. let's go enforce the norm. but that's what he's saying is, you know, the world has a ban on chemical weapons. and we need to enforce it. part of the problem, of course, is the fact that nobody else in the world is willing to use military force. even france who said they were is now saying they want to wait for the u.n. you know, it's kind of a lonely place the president is in right now. he doesn't have the support of the world. he doesn't have the support of the country. he doesn't have the support of congress. and he's got to turn it all around. and my experience, not just this
president, but a lot of presidents, a single speech doesn't change public opinion that much. i think it's a tough call for him. >> well, i am curious about your experience in washington because is this the normal order of things? the president announced his intention, announced his plan to -- for these air strikes of syria. and then he's doing the media blitz and going on all of the shows. normally does a president sort of have to make their case first before talking about the plan? >> no, i don't think so that's so unusual, ali, if at some point the president wants to make the media blitz and talk to people and then make the address to the nation. but there have been plenty of things about this that have been unusual. the fact that the white house said for a couple of weeks, we do not need the approval of congress. and then last weekend still to me, a kind of, you know, neck-jolting thing where the president suddenly said, we're going to get the support of congress even though i've decided that i want to do this. the fact that the president has
spent more time talking about what we're not going to do in syria than what we are going to do. the run-up to this has been very unusual. i don't think i've ever seen it quite like this. the media blitz towards the end is not so unusual, but it's these other things that i think have put him in such a hole. >> well, it will be fascinating because you'll be sitting down also in an interview with denis mcdonough, white house chief of staff. it should be fascinating to get inside the president's mind and decision-making. also talking to senator rand paul who's been outspoken vocally against this as well. that will be "fox news sunday." check your local listings. we look forward to your interview there and then with your interview with the president. want to know what your kids are learning in college? ivy league colleges are giving credit. plus, she'll definitely need a new wardrobe. the ultra-conservative college, this former miss america just enrolled in. where bikinis are banned.
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24 minutes past the hour. file for quick headlines. an historic announcement makes for a golden opportunity in tokyo. they beat out madrid and istanbul to host the 2020 summer olympics. the city billed itself as a safe and reliable choice in a time of global uncertainty despite concerns about the fukushima nuclear disaster. and she's going to need a new wardrobe. former miss america now a sophomore at a conservative patrick henry college in virginia. that school requires students to dress modestly.
so she's going to have to ditch that bikini. over to tucker. thank you, ali. wondering what your kids are learning in college? you ought to be because 15 universities including some ivy league schools are now offering college credits to students who inject what they call feminist thinking into the online encyclopedia wikipedia. our reporter has more on what they're calling storming wikipedia. katherine, thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> so wikipedia is a pretty great thing in some ways, but it's very vulnerable to attacks by activists trying to distort history. give us the sense of what they're doing here. how are they going to add feminist thinking? >> i mean, that is a great question, to be honest. i don't know what they're going to do. i don't know if it's going to say things like the invention of the microwave allowed women to spend less time in the kitchen and go out and have a career, except for lazy stay-at-home moms who have never worked a day
in their life. i don't know how you'd add social justice to basic technology articles. >> but there ought to be a distinction between educating kids and promoting activism, but that distinction seems to have disappeared at some schools. >> yes, it's really sad. so many of these schools, even ivy league schools, which are supposed to be where great american minds go to learn have become nothing more than just training centers for the liberal agenda. >> well, so you pay $50,000 a year to have your kids trained to hate you and your values. why do parents send them there? >> exactly. i don't know. it's very popular. feminism is very popular. you would think if you want to go against it or you say something against it, then maybe you're a sexist. wikipedia isn't even factually correct. but we're so concerned about making it politically correct now? i mean, it's just completely, completely gone crazy. >> so you spoke to -- >> at campus reform -- >> i beg your pardon? >> go ahead. as the leadership on campus reform, we're always -- >> i'm sorry to talk over you.
let me ask, you spoke to one of these professors who is encouraging her students to wikstorm. what did she say >> i mean, she talked about this like this was some great, great idea that this was some sort of social crusade for justice. but this is nothing but more bias. you know, at campus reform, we are always seeing cases of bias. we're constantly seeing them biased against conservatives. but this is a new low where you're actually offering college credit for these biases, to inject these biases in what are supposed to be factual articles. >> what's striking is that most of these colleges -- in fact, i think virtually every college in the united states with only a couple of exceptions -- takes federal money. so taking tax dollars to promote a very specific -- in this case left-wing agenda -- i mean, it's certainly wrong. it's hard to believe that's legal. >> yeah, it really is. i'm sure a lot of taxpayers, myself included, would not like money going towards promoting liberal policy -- or liberal
agenda feminism into what is supposed to be factual articles and misleading people to believe a certain thing when it's really supposed to be fact based. it's an outrage. and you know, people should be complaining about this. >> yeah. well, thank you. thanks for drawing our attention to it. we appreciate it. katherine timpf, campus reform, we appreciate it. what would you do if you saw this on the truck in front of you? a woman bound and tied up. is it just a joke? and it's the first nfl sunday of the year. up next, the gadgets you need to make your football watching experience even better than it already is. clayton has a lot of them. they're in our studio. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] how do you get your boce?
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54,999 more to go. going to be out there in times square. if you're around times square, come and get your free piece of pizza. >> and fans are encouraged to engage with us on twitter and using the hash ta tag #worldsgreatestpizza. >> take a look at the weather map, show you what's going on. i tell you what, if you're in the planins, tomorrow, minneapolis, you're close to 100. that is not football weather. enjoy it while you can. east front, cold front moving through. northeast, it will feel like football weather by tonight if you're watching some evening games, the sunday night game is going to be great. across the west, we have big-time rain again moving in across the four corners. especially arizona and utah today. through the next couple days, it's going to transition a
little more towards new mexico and colorado and big thunderstorms across the northern plains. some will be a little severe today. over the next four to five days, expect to see three to four inches of rain accumulating across areas of the southwest causing a little flooding unfortunately, but they need the rain. slice number one, guys. it's mine. the rest of it, you can go to times square and get yours. i'll bring you guys in some. >> be there in a minute. meanwhile, let's get to your headlines. the daughter of the veteran killed by a drunk driver says the suspect's video confession is sending the wrong message. >> my name is matthew cordall. on june 22nd, 2013, i hit and killed vincent kenzani. this video will act as my confession. >> you know this video if you watched our show yesterday. it is very powerful. the 22-year-old was already considered a suspect in the crash in ohio, but he had not been charged. she, the victim's daughter, believes he came clean so he would get a lighter sentence.
meanwhile, new details in the death of a new york teenager killed by a remote-control helicopter. experts say the teenager was probably attempting dangerous high-speed maneuvers like this one seen in this youtube video when a chopper had a small mechanical failure and spiraled out of control. 19-year-old roman perozic was struck in the neck while flying his helicopter in a brooklyn park earlier this week. take a look at this. a sticker on a truck makes it look as if there is a woman tied up in the back. police say they have gotten several 911 calls from drivers who thought this was real. the sticker's manufacturer says it was put on an employee's truck to find out just how realistic the decals are. and a world traveling rubber ducky is looking a little more chipper today. this is what the duck looked like on friday when it debuted in china. it's been touring the world, but apparently organizers had difficulty inflating it all the
way which made it look a little sad. now look. the duck has perked up. it will be on display in china until october. all right. those are your headlines. let's go over to the guys for football season. and get over here, too, ali. >> all right. >> oh, football season is upon us. and tailgating is great, but perhaps you'd rather watch the game from the comfort of your couch or throw a party in your living room. there's nothing wrong with that, of course. but why not take high tech to the next level as you do it? >> you're awfully comfy. >> yeah, tucker's already into the third gadget on my list. we'll get to that in a moment. but i'm going to show you great nfl gadgets for your kickoff for your living room. a lot of people thinking about updating their tv. let's start with that because sony has come out with their beautiful brand-new bravia television. you see the commercials with peyton manning. this is a gorgeou new television. it shows action really fast. you don't get any of the
blurring of action during great fast, high-paced scenes if you're watching nascar or nfl or baseball. and also, it's great for action movies as well. great television. but it also pairs well with their brand-new sound bar below it so you can get room-filling sound. >> is it expensive? >> the television is a little pricey, yes, but they have a whole range of them. the sound bar is also a little pricey. 1,200 bucks. but you don't have to pay for that $3,000 surround sound system. >> you're making money, basically. >> you're making money. if you're outfitting -- and you don't have to run cables all over the place. you plug it right into the television. cables running all over your living room. >> let's talk about tucker's favorite gadget. >> lay lazy . >> la-z-boy. >> it's the ultimate man gadget for the living room. i want one of these. >> how is that working, tucker?
>> it's unbelievable. is it massaging something? >> yeah, it is. i'm not going to get specific. >> if you're looking for a place to get a beer, it's built right into this thing. >> plus, it's leatherlike for sure. >> leatherlike. >> it's plush corinthian leather, i believe. >> if you can't sit and you're moving about and you need to take your experience with you, you can now with all kinds of apps. and specifically on the ipad, nfl mobile. it's a great app you can use to watch full games, have the nfl mobile experience using on your ipad. yahoo! sports also a great way to track your different games and your fantasy teams. using the nfl mobile app really great. they just updated this on the ipad. it's available in the apps store right now. >> okay. do you need me to model these? >> ali, this is big because a lot of times women don't really want to listen to the football game. >> right. >> while their husband's watching. >> what? the man needs some great wireless headphones. you can get these at brookstone. these are beats by dre.
and you can sit there and crochet. you can crochet all you want to. >> what? i can't hear you. >> exactly. there you go. those are from beats by dre. pick those up at brookstone. >> good. can we talk about food in >> yeah, let's talk about food. i love ordering food from the internet. the power of the internet. >> continue with the segment. >> nfl teams have great food from their hometowns. going to goldbelly.com, you can order your favorite food from your favorite nfl city. baltimore, harbor house crabs. they'll ship these to your house right out of maryland. if you're a new york giants fan, cheesesteaks here from campo's in philadelphia. they'll send them dry iced right to your door. so if you've got a big eagles game, you can watch it with your cheesesteak. vienna beef and sausage from chicago shipped right to your door. >> i love this stuff. >> this is the kind of stuff guys want as a gift. and finally, we've seen soda
stream. this is the newest tech in soda making in your own house. the pure fizz. you can make this in your own home. you can make soda right from the co2 canisters inside it. you don't have to spend $30 for your party. >> nice. >> and don't forget to watch the fox nfl pregame live from times square, 11:30 a.m. eastern time. >> if you have any questions about this gadget, you know it, i always tell you, i'll answer all of your questions on twitter @claytonmorris. >> and he means it. >> i've always wanted to have a mallet. before you break out the cinnamon rolls for breakfast, an important warning you need to know about. plus, remember this? >> you know who judges me? you know who judges me? you know who judges me? go over there with your rabbi. go visit your rabbi. that shows how much you know. >> wow! anthony wiener in another public scuffle. why is he always in the news? howard kurtz joins us to explore that and much more in his new show that debuts today right
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don't drive or use machinery until you know how lyrica affects you. those who have had a drug or alcohol problem may be more likely to misuse lyrica. ask your doctor about lyrica today. it's specific treatment for diabetic nerve pain. let's take a look at your health news this morning. before you make breakfast, there is a recall you need to know about. general mills pulling some of its pillsbury cinnamon rolls because the dough could contain small pieces of plastic. if you have this product in your kitchen, tasty as it looks, toss it out. and new research revealing that people do, in fact, have a so-called sixth sense. it's not the ability to see dead people. it's referred to as numerocity or number sense. the brain has a sort of map for perceiving numbers. alison? thanks so much. fox news debuting a brand-new show today called "media buzz." it covers a wide range of topics from politics to social media,
pop culture and sports. on the rundown for today is, of course, how pundits and the media are treating the summing of syria. with us now is the host, howard kurtz, and fox news contributor lauren ashburn. great to see you guys. >> hey, ali. >> you, too. >> so we're excited for your new show. give us a little taste of how it's going to work. let's start with syria. howard, how have you seen the media covering this run-up to syria? >> it's remarkable, ali, in that you have conservative commentators, no surprise they would be beating up on president obama over his handling or mishandling of the syria situation. but all the liberal pundits including the gang over at msnbc, they are more against the war than they are trying to support their guy, president obama. isn't that right? >> nobody wants this war. public opinion is down 36% of people support it, which is the lowest number of any war. iraq, kosovo, balkans. >> is that reflecting on the coverage? >> sure. of course it is. reporters, opinion makers.
you know, it's really no surprise that conservatives don't support the war and don't support president obama. to watch msnbc, try to figure out their narrative when, you know, historically they have been left-leaning and supporting of president obama and now this is just throwing everything topsy-turvy. >> look, i mean, msnbc, most of the commentators have searched as a cheerleading squad for barack obama. so they're not bashing the president, but they are saying this is a mistake. don't do it. it's the wrong war. the wrong time. chris matthews, ed schultz, not on board with the intervention. i have to say some of these conservative commentators, if this were george w. bush trying to elicit support for a strike in syria, i think some of them might be going with the commander in chief. >> mm-hmm. let's move on to a favorite topic of the media, anthony wiener, no longer the
front-runner of the mayoral race in new york city. however, he probably gets the lion's share of press coverage. lauren, what do you think is going on here? >> well, i think sex sells. he was involved in a big scandal and newspapers sell based on scandals like this. and ratings go higher when you have a scandal involving a politician. even though this politician is fifth in the race. we still cover him because people are interested in what this guy, this guy -- crazy guy is going to do next. >> howard, what do you think? is it overkill? is the media covering him too much, or is this ratings gold? >> well, both. i'll agree with you on both points. i mean, i understand sexting and the whole steamy thing that unraveled there being catnip for the media, but this latest incident which got play into it when he got into it with a heckler who criticized him for being married to an arab. it has nothing to do with sex. what it did was it made weiner a
celebrity. the two other three mayoral candidates primary next tuesday who might become the leader of the nation's largest city, bill de blasio, christine quinn, they're getting virtually no attention because it's all weiner all the time. >> we'll show you a little clip so everyone knows what we're talking about. cue up the weiner clip. >> you know what judges me? you know who judges me? go visit with your rabbi. know. >> he really always delivers. you've got to give it to him with that. but let's talk about something else that i know you guys have debated, and that is this video. it's pretty nerve-racking. i mean, white-knuckle video of a guy speeding through manhattan streets. it's compelling, of course. lauren, do you think that networks such as ours should be showing this? somebody driving so recklessly? >> no. cut it. i think that it encourages copycats. this is always what happens in the media. if you have a bridge jumper, then you have a copycat after
that. if you've shown the bridge jumper video. we don't cover suicides for a reason. we don't want to encourage copycats. i know this is great for ratings. when i was in local news, we would chase every fire, every storm, double, triple homicide because that's what people want to hear. >> you say cut it, but it is news. it is undeniably news that a 24-year-old kid films himself going racing around at 100 miles an hour around manhattan, gets arrested. i don't think it should be shown every ten minutes, but at the same time, it seems to me that, you know, if we don't show it, people are just going to go on the internet and see it on youtube. i don't think we can pretend it didn't happen. >> howard kurtz and lauren ashburn, we look forward to watching "media buzz" debuting at 11:00 a.m. today on fox news. great to see you. meanwhile, she may be the first baby to survive a deadly condition, but this little girl is a miracle. her parent parents, a washingto
well, at a time when so much sad is going on in the world this, is a wonderful story. she is the miracle baby that beat the odds despite a potentially fatal condition. the baby of the congresswoman and her husband may be the first baby to survive the otherwise terminal condition known as potter syndrome. five months into her pregnancy, they got the devastating news that the child had this illness. never give up hope. that was their motto, and they found a doctor willing to try an experimental treatment. it worked.
abigail is good, and we're joined by the first time by her parents, jamie and dan. thank you so much for joining us. this is an amazing and wonderful story. how did you feel when you first got this news, and did you know you had options? jamie? >> well, we didn't know we had options. in fact, we were told no options. zero chance. it's 100% fatal. when i was given -- we were both sitting there, went to get the 20-week ultrasound and find out the gender, and we found out that our baby had what they told us is zero percent chance of survival. it's devastating. it's english. i mean, there's no -- there are no words to describe that feeling. >> it's almost -- it's almost unimaginable. so what was your conversation like with each other at that point? >> you know, we were in shock immediately, and it probably took a day for that to wear off. but literally, the doctor said there is nothing you can do.
and being born without -- or not having kidneys from the very beginning is always fatal. so it took a few days, and then we were grateful that a parent who had been in a similar situation reached out to us and connected us with a doctor who is willing to try something that was far from proven. it was maybe experimental is the right word. but it gave us a little bit of hope. and here we are told. >> wow. how is she doing, abigail? >> she is doing wonderful. she's healthy. she's still a preemie. she's still not due for another month. but she had other plans about when she was going to come. she's doing really well. we get to play with her, hold her. she sits up now. she's doing everything that a preemie her age should be doing, and she's excelling, and we're very, very grateful. we know we're lucky. we know we're fortunate. we want other parents to know, you know, they're advocates, they do amazing jobs for their kids. if you don't get the physician or care group that maybe is willing to look at things the
way you want to look at them, keep going. keep asking. keep knocking. because i think it can -- it can yield positive results. >> so this is the greatest story to come out of congress in a long time. jamie, how are your colleagues responding to you? >> that's hilarious. yes, they have been amazing. it is -- it is -- it really humanized everybody in my eyes. i can't tell you how many people from both sides of the aisle would pull up alongside me, during votings, say they would pray for me, share personal stories, and would ask in all sincerity what they could do. they've been amazing. >> wow. >> it's great to see this side of members of congress. >> that's just wonderful. >> they're people, too. >> we're raising a toast of decaf to you here on the set. thank you both for joining us. >> hear, hear. >> congratulations. >> thank you. next hour, jeff dunham, a
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good morning again, everyone. today is sunday, september 8th. i'm alisyn camerota. thank you for joining us. we begin with a fox news alert, because selling war, the u.s. senate releasing gruesome videos showing the atrocities in syria. all of this as the president embarks on a media blitz to push his plan for attack. will the public buy it? and talk about the living dead. the government says he's six feet under. they even issued a death certificate for him. but there's one problem. it turns out he's alive. how'd that happen? we'll tell you. and in a world where sex sells, one beer company buckle that trend, and their beer ad has taken the world by storm. wait until you see how the ad ends. it is fantastic. fox & friends, hour four, starts right now. ♪ good morning again, everyone. thank you so much for joining us. >> good morning. >> very tense weekend as
everyone waits to see what happens this week with congress and the president and the public. >> we start now with the fox news alert. moments ago, secretary of state john kerry in paris speaking about the crisis in syria. this as top members of the obama administration fan out across the nation's capital to make their pitch to the congress and to the american people. tomorrow, the president has six one-on-one interviews planned with the network anchors. this is prior to a prime-time address on tuesday. is it all too little, too late, or will it work? peter doocy with the latest. >> reporter: the latest is that the white house has now officially started their effort to drum up public support for a strike on syria. step one started just moments ago. the white house chief of staff, dennis mcdonough, is appearing on all of the sunday shows. step two comes tomorrow night when mcdonough's boss, president obama, will sit down for interviews with anchors from c abc, nbc, cbs, cnn, pbs, and
fox. step three, tuesday night, a presidential address to the nation where president obama can make his case the way he wants to without having his presentation interrupted by questions from journalists, and there's a reason this is all happening right now. congress comes back from summer recess this week. and if a vote on a resolution to authorize the use of force against the assad regime was held today, it would likely fail in the house. the latest tally by the "washington post" has 226 "no" or leaning "no" votes on a resolution to authorize force. that's higher than the magic number of 217. meanwhile, overseas, secretary of state john kerry is trying to convince our allies right now that the military option against assad are simply the first part of the solution. >> the united states and the arab league have long agreed that with respect to syria, which we did discuss today, the
end of this civil war is going to require a political solution. we have repeated -- and i repeat every time i stand up to talk about it -- there is no military solution. >> reporter: the administration is working behind the scenes, as well. president obama has been making calls trying to move some votes into his column. and tonight, vice president biden is going to host a group of republican senators for dinner, but many democrats have issues with military action in syria, as well. so to find out the true impact of the white house's public and private push for support, we're going to have to wait until the resolution is debated in congress this week. back to you. >> thanks a lot, peter. >> we've heard the drumbeats before, haven't we? and now, has peter is alluding to, the white house having to try to sell the senate on the verification of the new videos that have emerged. these 13 videos that the cia has now authenticated as real, what
they say happened in these videos -- sarin gas was used. and this is the aftermath in these videos. we're not going to show you the videos, because they are horrifying, and just take our word for it. if you need to see them, want to look be at them on the internet, they are available. we won't show them to you, because they are horrifying. some of the details you were talking about earlier. >> yeah, they purport to show the aftermath of children and women and men suffering this chemical weapons attack outside of syria. the victims are described as having glazed eyes. in one case, a man is foaming at the mouth. they are squirming. they are convulsing. young boys and girls are having difficulty breathing. the point of all of this is -- i mean, the white house believes, does the senate and congress know what they're dealing with? they can make an educated decision if they want to retaliate against horrors like this, or if they choose not to, or choose not to get involved in syria. it's best to do it with eyes wide open. i know, tucker, you have said
this is sort of unabashed attempt to just play to the emotions of people -- and it is -- but it's good to know exactly what -- >> no, it is. and also in the rest of the world. if you're interested, you can go online and find videos of the horrors unfolding in congo, zimbabwe, read about children being executed in north korea. my complaint is not that this isn't real. they clearly are real. we don't know what they mean. we don't know if assad ordered the gas attacks. just saying we don't know that. there's evidence that he didn't. the point i'm making is this is a propaganda pitch aimed directly at the brainstem, not the cerebral cortex. this is aimed right at our emotions, when right now we need a logical justification for war. how will attacking syria help the u.s. national interests, or not? >> and further, a logical justification for how we exit this war. >> exactly. >> the exit strategy, having some sort of logical strategy. what is our end goal? we don't know what the goal is, because as the obama administration has said, it's
not to end the assad regime. then, what is it? is it to stop chemical weapons from being acrossed bridges and infrastructure? where was that idea and attack before they made it into the chemical plants, when it was coming across the border into syria? why now? >> some of our heroes are weighing in on what they think and whether or not we should intervene in syria, including general david petraeus. he believes that the mission has been stated, and he says that he does support it. here's his statement. "i strongly support congressional approval of president obama's request for authority to undertake military action against the syrian regime ofr al assad. military action against the , he believes, not justct, to deter future use of chemical weapons, but also to ensure that iran and north korea and other would-be aggressors never underestimate the united states' resolve to take necessary military action when other tools prove insufficient. there he spells out what you've heard the president allude to,
which is you need to send a message, or north korea and iran think that they have, you know, immunity and can do whatever they want with chemical weapons. >> right. once we blow up some warehouses in syria, both iran and north '. and here other commentary from other members of the nation's military and military families, the medal of honor recipient, meyer and boykin, on their opposition to this potential military strike. listen. >> it's an international issue. it's not just a u.s. issue. where's the international community helping with this? we don't need to be the ones fronting the bill. we need to worry about our own economy. it's like we're asking russia and china to take care of the mexican border. it doesn't make sense. >> i think this is foolish. i think this is about preserving the credibility of the president who got off his teleprompter, made a foolish statement when he drew a red line, and i think that the military is now being
forced into supporting this thing, which i think they have a visceral opposition to it. >> you know, the thing that strikes me, is that what is okay? so you're drawing this red line. you're saying to the international community that 1,500 people killed in a gas attack. that is where we draw the line. >> chemical weapons is where we -- >> chemical weapons, that's where we draw the line. but the hundreds of thousands of people -- over 100,000 people have been killed in the syrian civil war. why was this the straw that broke the camel's back for the obama administration? and in north korea, it's okay if you kill people normally. if you're using chemical weapons, that's where we draw the line. >> it's a muddy bemessage, but begs the question, what we're hearing from military leaders, will it hold sway with our congress? does hearing from him make you think differently about it? that's what will happen over the next 72 hours. >> meanwhile, russia and china
both sending warships to the eastern mediterranean, perhaps encouraged by the hand wringing and weakness by the administration. >> and putin saying the videos the cia authenticated, we don't believe -- >> it's one thing to show the videos are real. they show people dying. i'm also willing to believe that, but i'm very well aware the consensus in washington, among democrats, too, that saddam had stockpiles of weapon of mass destruction. everybody thought that. everybody. and they were wrong. >> we have learned painful lessons here. meanwhile, let's get to the other top stories this morning, because new overnight, a powerful explosion rocked the capital of afghanistan. taliban militants detonated a car bomb next to an intelligence office in kabul, and then tried to attack it on foot. at least four afghan soldiers were killed. this as news comes of a nato air strike in the kunar province, a taliban stronghold. nato says ten enemy forces were
killed, but afghan police claim many of the people were actually women and children. nato says there are no reports of civilian deaths. and there are extreme security measures being put in place for a popular music festival in boston because of concerns about the party drug molly. the concertgoers attending boston calling this weekend now getting pat-downs. they also cannot bring in backpacks or purses. instead, they have to put their belongings in a clear plastic bag. in the past week, four people have died because of molly overdoses. and is the price of a stamp going up again? the troubled u.s. postal service expected to ask the regulatory commission this fall to let it hike prices to help deal with its massive financial problems. it's seeking as much as a three-cent increase, from 46 to 49 cents. if approved, the new increase would go into effect in january. all right. those are your headlines. >> they are. well, that's not all. rick is standing by to tell us the rest of the news.
>> that's not all you get with this juicer. >> right. >> but wait, there's more. there's a set of knives at the end of this. you guys will show them as soon as we're done. looking at the weather maps to see what's going on. east coast, you're looking pretty good. the summer that never happened across the southeast, well, now that it's september, it's finally happening. temps very warm today across the southeast. in fact, kind of hot, certainly, for september. out across the west, this is where the rain is. and take a look at this video out of utah. it's from the alpine area that is kind of right between salt lake city and provo, right up around the wasatch area, and about .75 of rain fell in a 15-minute period of time. a year ago, they had a fire, the quail fire, and it stripped the vegetation from the land. and when it rains, they end up with the incredible floods and mudslides. so you see all of this, it looks like volcanic ash, and just because of the fire running through the area. a lot of people had to flee.
they've been evacuated. but they are back in now. there's more rain in the area for the next couple of days. very heavy rain will fall across utah and again arizona, as well as in towards the far northern rockies. we'll be seeing flash flooding potentially across actually the high plains, in towards montana, wyoming, north and south dakota, get ready for that. some of the weather will be severe with hail and very strong winds. all right, guys, back to you inside with your ginsu knives. >> it's only the second set that's for free. >> thank you. jeff denham, a congressman and air force veteran. hear why he don't support action in syria. and using sex to sell. one beer company tends to buck the trend by making a beer ad that's taking the web by storm. we've all been misty watching this. wait until you see it. of getting something "new."
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[ male announcer ] ask your doctor if chantix is right for you. what we're not talking about is an open-ended intervention. this would not be another iraq or afghanistan. there would be no american boots on the ground. i know that the american people are weary after a decade of war. even as the war in iraq has ended and the war in afghanistan is winding down. that's why we're not putting our troops in the middle of somebody else's war. >> that was president obama, of course, making his push for a military strike in syria. it's just the beginning of a massive media blitz that will start in earnest tomorrow. still with little support from the international allies and the american public. does the lack of support for the administration reflect a lack of trust? we're joined now by california congressman and air force veteran who served in desert storm, jeff denham. congressman, thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> we're hearing reports that somewhere, 223, 224 congressmen are against this resolution,
which means it can't pass. is it dead in the water as of right now, do you think? >> i think it's going to be hard for either party to support this in the house. i've talked to colleagues on both sides of the aisle. and both have concerns. you know, the biggest issue is what american interests were at stake here? what has been attacked from an american perspective? and what does the united states have to gain by getting involved in another war, attacking another country that has not attacked us? >> so the president is doing six network interviews on this question tomorrow. his aides are all over -- all over capitol hill and will be all this week. he's addressing the country live on tuesday. what could he say? what are you waiting to hear from president obama that would change your mind on this vote? >> i'm not. you know, i came back to hear the briefing from not only the administration but from the top officials from the military. i had some very simple questions. and i was a lean no before. i'm a strong no before. and i expect many other of my
colleagues to move closer to a no position than a yes position. >> so the administration is sending around these videos of people writhing in agony and dying in syria from a gas attack, they say was planned by the assad regime. have you seen the video? and if so, do you think that would change your mind? >> i've seen some of the videos. you know, there are a number of them that have been up on youtube. i don't dispute that this horrific attack happened. in fact, there have been several different chemical attacks. nobody's been able to prove that it was actually the assad regime that has done this. so that's certainly a concern. but the biggest concern for me is what american interests have been attacked? >> yes. >> this is horrific. it's nothing that the international community should be aligned on and building a coalition of allies to be able to address it. but is this something that the american public should go in and launch a military assault or an attack on? >> so the president, i would think, would have to answer that question at some point. i mean, he's going to sit through, as i said, all of the different interviews tomorrow.
what do you think his best answer would be if asked what interest is in peril. >> i think this is a credibility issue. just as other leaders have made it a credibility issue, this is certainly -- it goes to the president's credibility. he got out there early on the issue. you know, i think it's something he's going to have to prove to the american public what the american interest is in this case. i think that's very difficult for him to do. >> so your view is, because he said there was a red line, a red line he totally made up on his own, ad-libbed, he has to follow through on it? you think that's the rationale? >> yes. but this has happened several times now. i think five different instances where chemical warfare has been used. >> interesting. congressman jeff denham from washington. thanks a lot for joining us this morning. i know you have a lot going on. >> my pleasure. good to talk to you again. >> thanks. one of the largest companies in the world is now telling its long time employees to kiss their benefits good-bye. they're saying obamacare is to blame for that. plus, retailers ditching the boys and girls section in the
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all right. some quick headlines for you. a conservative has won a major election in australia for the first time in six years. prime minister-elect tony abbott's conservative coalition won a crushing victory over the labor party. abbott says his first plans are to scrap a tax on carbon polluters and stop asylum seekers from entering the country. you might want to stock up on blueberries and ditch the fruit juice. a new study finds people who ate
five servings of blueberries a week had a 26% lower risk of contracting -- contracting type 2 diabetes. but fruit juice actually raises the risk of developing diabetes. ali? >> i love blueberries, thank you. sorry, barbie. toy stores in the u.k. will no longer be separating the girls' section from the boys' section. it's all thanks to pressure from a group claiming gender stereotypes are harmful to a child's development. here to debate this is sabrina schafer and rebecca hanes, blogger, associate professor of media studies at salem state university. ladies, thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> okay, sabrina, i know you are against the idea that these toys will now be commingled. there won't be any segregation of the aisles anymore. but why, sabrina, why little boys and little girls into certain stereotypes? why not let them choose whatever toy they want off the store shelves? >> well, i think little boys and
girls will choose what they want to play with. but i don't think companies like hasbro, for instance, are trying to stem the tide of gender equality. they realize that transformers sell better with boys and easy-bake ovens sell better with girls. there's nothing wrong with recognizing that boys and girls are different, we have different presences and aptitudes. it doesn't mean we want go on to do -- girls can't go on to do anything that boys can do. they like to play differently, and that's okay. >> rebecca, why not let children just gravitate to whatever toys they choose? >> well, you know, it's interesting. organizations like let toys be toys in the u.k. and brave girls want here in the u.s. are hearing from parents that their kids are interested in toys that would cross the gender aisle, but they're embarrassed or ashamed to ask for it. that's not right. we want kids to have access to any toy that sparks their interests. >> you know, as you're speaking, we're showing the advertisements, sort of new-fangled advertisements where
toys "r" us -- of course, this is just in europe. it hasn't made it here yet. they're showing boys playing with dolls, girls can play with guns. boys can play -- look, dressup and do hair, things like that. sabri sabrina, does that make you uncomfortable? >> it doesn't make me uncomfortable. look, you can give a boy a doll. it doesn't mean he will play with it. i have two daughters and a son. i recognize my girls are not as interested in basketball as my son is. he's not as interested in princesses as my daughter is. and i think to try to deny them who they are is really -- is sort of misguided. we need to -- sort of the best thing to do as parents is let our children be who they are and not be ashamed of their gender. if boys want to play with guns and girls want to play ballet, i think that's a good thing. we should encourage them to sort of embrace the gender that they've been given. >> rebecca, talk about that. aren't some stereotypes true? isn't it true most girls are gravitate to a doll over a truck? >> oh, sure. it absolutely is. but the thing to remember is
there are many differences among girls as a group and among boys as a group. and so, it's important to recognize that, yes, some girls love playing princess, and that's terrific. but some girls want the chemistry set, and they shouldn't feel like it's just for boys. if we don't say, hey, these are jobs for men and these are jobs for women, why would we say these are toys for boys and toys for girls, when toys are really kids' work? >> you guys have made excellent points in a very thoughtful way. this is a fantastic learning segment here, ladies. sabrina schafer, rebecca hanes, thank you so much for pointing out the different angles. >> thank you for having us. >> we'd love to hear from you. you can find me on twitter @alisyn camerota. as far as the new york city is concerned, this resident has been for four years. only problem, he's still alive. the legal fallout next. and it's the first nfl sunday of the year. up next, we have tailgating tips for girls. everything for ladies, you should know, to kick off the
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your shot of the morning. a drag race turns into an air show when the car takes off and nearly flies off the track. apparently the announcer enjoyed it. >> was it supposed to do that? >> where we're going we don't need roads. >> i think car designers need a lesson in aerodynamics. i think a car is supposed to come closer to the ground the faster it goes. >> where's dave? you had a car like that? >> a rambler. >> a rambler? unsafe at any speed! well, we were telling you yesterday about this new -- it's been a few years old now, but more and more companies are doing prank for advertising, and here's what lg did, to show how amazing their tvs are, and the tvs look so real, it's like a window where the world is ending, like a comet striking, and they run away. >> the poor prospective employee who thinks she's in a job
interview thinks it's armageddon. >> right. >> so that's one effective ad possibly. but what do you think is more effective? the prank for tizing or the ads that pull at your heartstrings? and we have great example of that right now. let's watch. ♪ >> dedication. loyalty. >> next week, buddy! >> friendship. the choices we make reveal the true nature of our character. >> hmm. >> this ad didn't just pluck my hea heartstrings, it was amazing. each time i'm at the mercy of guinness beer.
i don't even drink, and i feel like buying a 12-pack. >> they don't mention the name of the beer. you see it being poured but no mention of guinness in the ad. no one says, by the way, when you're with your friends, drink a guinness. like that's the drink you'll have. >> i don't want to be susceptible to advertising and to be helpless to its siren call. >> it's more effective. >> i was having a visceral experience. as this ad is playing, i feel goosebumps. i'm not even trying. it's just happening. >> it's really one of the most beautiful feats of advertising i've ever seen. it says everything good about people and america and friendship. aw -- it's emotionally overwhelming. at least it is for me. >> would you be more likely to enjoy a gin, or will you say, the tv ad that showed how realistic life is, the tv -- >> this is not appealing to my brain, the relative effectiveness. this is the part that just makes
me cry. >> we know we want a guinness. >> the emotional side, in your tears, you're, like, i need a guinness. >> i'm drowning it in a guinness. >> friends at "fox news" and you can weigh in like sandy from michigan. i don't drink. the commercial was so great. i'll raise a root beer in salute. >> katherine in florida says great commercial. it takes a real man to show emotion, and i'm sure there are other men who would do the same as these guy disfor a friend. i wish we could see more of the heartwarming demonstrations. >> i think there are men who would do this, and i'd love to interview them. if you know anybody who's done anything like this, please tell us. we'll have them on immediately. >> alcohol is the point, says daniel. how do you think mom and dad feel about a guinness-impaired driver. that may be right on some abstract level but can you watch this and not feel the pull of it? >> let us know what you think. friendsatfoxnews.com.
rick, were you tearing up out there? >> there's no way you can't. and it serves such a great thing, there are other ways to do advertising. stuff that can be positive and it didn't make you want to drink a guinness, but be a better person. that's the more important part, don't you think? >> i agree. >> exactly. >> eloquent. >> all right. well, thank you. you know what? it's time for your weather. we have a big dunkin' donuts fan here, because it's boston. you've been planning what you're going to say for, like u.k. the last five minutes. have you figured it out? >> not yet, no. >> your time has come. you have to -- >> no, no, no. >> you want to say hi to your mom. >> i want to say hi to my mother, mary, from revere. >> mary kim from revere in boston. there you go. now, we have to talk about your forecast in boston. >> arkansas. >> looking at the weather maps. we'll do a forecast for arkansas, as well. look at the forecast. the time, 9:00 a.m. is where you are. picture city, picture temperature, some clouds and some rain. this is what it will look like throughout the day. we'll see the front move thro h through. not a big washout for anybody. a shower from time to time. and behind that front, much
colder air moves in. tomorrow is definitely going to feel like fall across the northeast. everybody just into the 60s and low 70s. down to the southeast, however, it's full-on summer. temps into the 80s all day long. 90s across parts of texas and oklahoma. for the most part, on showers across south texas. into the northern plains, we're going to see severe weather later on in the day across parts of south dakota and north dakota. temps remaining hot. finally, out across the west, rain. it's all rain across arizona and utah. temps, though, remaining pretty nice, actually. guys, back to you inside. >> thank you, rick. put your folder down. get your glasses off. >> i like that, here i am again. rick can never get away. here are your headlines, telling you what's happening. one of the nation's wounded warriors kicked off the plane because of his service dog. watch this exchange. >> because of my service to this country in vietnam, i'm 100% disabled.
and i have a service dog because of it. and everybody else has to obey the ada laws except for this airline. >> that man was apparent when the crew members said he had to sit on the floor and not in a seat. he was booked on another flight for the following day. well, ibm is planning to take 110,000 retirees off of the company health plan because it cannot afford to keep them, they say, under obamacare. one of the world's largest companies says it will instead give them a payment to buy coverage on the health insurance exchange program. the move will affect all ibm retirees once they become eligible for medicare. he's a dead man suing. new york city resident juan antonio aries says he's not the juan that died back in march 2009 and has no idea why his social security number, full name, date of birth were put on
a death certificate. he was made aware of this in 2010 when his medicaid benefits were cut off. two previous lawsuits were dismissed, but he sued again last month, and a lawyer says he only has to present proof of his identity to win. >> that's a good excuse, though. can you come over to this party? i can't, i'm dead. >> and it's just a wonderful example of government at work. prove you're alive. >> "60 minutes" did a whole piece on people fighting this ridiculous system to prove that they were alive, and they actually didn't -- >> i am alive! let's check in with rick now, because it is nfl sunday. the first nfl sunday of the year, rick. >> can you believe it? it's time to kick off tailgating season in style. here with some of the tips for ruling the parking lot is lifestyle and entertaining expert lemore. kicks off at 11:30 on your local fox station and live from times square today. if you're doing your own tailgating, how do you do it? there's an incredible truck over there with an incredible
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♪ well, they're topping the billboard classical music 578 charts for three weakness a row. they've never been on tour. it's the dominican republic sisters of mary. >> joining us now with their debut album, "moderate euchariste." sister joseph andrew and peter thomas. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> was that your first music video? >> it's true, yes. >> yeah. >> beautiful. why do you guys want to make an album? >> we wanted to, as dominicans, we're teachering and preachers. god is blessing us with so many vocations, so many young women. you just can't get everywhere. in this way, we can get into people's homes and cars and their lives and bring god to them. >> the average age in your
community, i was just hearing, 29 years old, which is remarkable and obviously counter to the trend. you're doing something right. you recorded this in three days? >> that's right. >> how? >> you know, singing is part of our life. we sing together in prayer for, five times every day. so this wasn't something we set out to do. but the opportunity presented itself. and it's just a natural overflow of what we're already doing as our life of prayer. so the opportunity then just take that and share that with people, what it already is for us is a beautiful one. >> you enjoy senging together? >> absolutely. >> oh, yes, singing in community is the best. >> music is so essential to the human soul. you know? so many times you can't think of words, but you can sing. and it just lifts your spirit. you know, in a very confusing and difficult society and culture. it's just so freeing and beautiful -- >> it is so powerful. >> uplifting. >> you released this album august 13th. it has been climbing up the charts. >> god is good. >> how do you explain the great success? >> i think people really do want god, you know? so they're, like, how can i in
my own comfortable environment tune in to god? and music like this just calms us. and it enables god to speak -- enables us to listen to them. and i just think we need more and more of this, because the world is so demanding and so high-stressed. yeah, it's just the culture we live in today. but people are seeking for something like this. >> well, let's just listen to it for a second so our viewers can know what we're saying. ♪ ♪ boy. the acoustics in your chapel are great. >> aren't they? >> yes. is that where you meet every day to -- >> yes. >> -- sing for prayer? >> several times a day, yes, we
do. >> it's so beautiful. do you have any fear that listening to this album will substitute for people going to church? >> i don't think so. like sister was saying, it's that draw to god. you encounter god when you encounter beauty. if anything, this will draw people, i hope, deeper into that encounter. because music moves you to make a response. and that response is to have that deeper encounter with god. >> you encounter god when you encounter beauty. boy. that's just a wonderful message. i love that. >> it is. >> two of the nicest people i met in a long time. >> our pleasure. >> thank you so much for sharing your music with us. and best of luck and congratulations on the success of the album. >> thank you. >> thank you. coming up, less than two hours away from the first nfl sunday of the season here on fox. and even with all of the offseason drama, one football legend says it is still america's game. fran tarkenton joins us here next. of getting something "new."
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fran, great to see you this morning. >> good morning. you're right. this is america's game. and every red-blooded american is so excited that today has arrived. we've waited for this day, opening day is magical. and we're going to have 19 hours, i've read, of pregame television today. and it's going to be pretty exciting. >> so is it okay to be celebrating right now in the nfl? of course, we know the offseason and all of the stories of concussion controversy and the big settlement payout, of course, to nfl families and so forth. so will we be walking away from this? is it be swept under the rug, or has the nfl simply moved on? what do you make of it? we need to protect your players. i think that's all good. it gets a lot of publicity. i think they're doing the right
things. they made the settlement with the veteran players and the people that need that help. i think they'll continue to have safeguards going forward. i think all that is a good thing. nfl is a target. it's the biggest business in the world right now. >> i'm glad you brought that up. i was thinking about the nhl this morning and thinking about some of the terrible concussion stories. a multipart story in the "new york times" about one of the great nhl hockey players doesn't seem to get a lot of attention. even in the nba. mayjor problems in the nba. >> nfl is the biggest sport combined. 52 years ago the first game the vikings ever played fwens t eed chicago bears. we were 28 point underdogs. first time the vikings have ever played a game, playing the oldest team in football, chicago bears. we beat them 38-13. that's why you don't know.
that's the glory and the magic of the nfl. >> why is this sport america's sport? baseball, of course, america's pastime in baseball. why is this singularly american? >> outside of canada, this sport is not played. it's fast. it's high scoring. it's violent. it kind of goes back to the roman gladiator days. we like to see this type of fast, tough action. television covers it perfectly. it's unpredictable. it gets better every year. even the women are coming in and being great fans. my daughters are as great of fans as my son is. >> england, you can keep cricket. fox nfl sunday pregame starts at 11:30 a.m. on fox. check your local listings. the great fran tarkenton. thanks for being here this morning. enjoy the big kickoff day. >> my pleasure. >> thanks, fran. more "fox & friends" three minutes away. too soft. too tasty.
thajs so mucnks so much for us today. >> meanwhile, one of the more important things is is going to be the cow tipping we started earlier in the show. join us for the after the show show. foxandfriends.com. >> there's a website somewhere. we start this hour with a fox news alert. it is crunch time for the white house as it tries to rally all the support it can for a military attack against syria over the alleged chemical attack. the high stakes lobbying campaign will culminate on tuesday when there is an announcement that the president will address the american people from the white house before a critical vote is scheduled in the senate. and we welcome you this morning to america's news headquarters. i'm jamie colby. so great to have you with us. >> good morning, jamie. good morning, everyone. i'm eric shawn. president obama faces a critical test this week of his strength this week and of his policy calling for military