tv FOX and Friends Sunday FOX News February 23, 2014 3:00am-7:01am PST
hello and good morning. it is sunday, the 23rd of february, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. a deadly incident at a new york shopping mall takes the life of one man, injuries more than two dozen. and the silent killer, a poisonous gas. why authorities are launching an investigation into what caused the fatal incident. the latest on what they know, straight ahead. and a woman stricken with cancer shares her obamacare nightmare in this ad. >> my insurance was canceled because of obamacare. now the out-of-pocket cares are so high it's unaffordable. if i do not receive my
medication, i will die. >> now democrats launching a target attack on this cancer victim attempting to discredit her story. hey cancer, lady, stop your whining, they say! she's not the only one they are going after. and a substitute teacher shows up to drunk she couldn't even stand up street or teach elementary kids. watch. >> so you drank to come be a sub? >> how a group of teachers were able to intervene and stop her. "fox and friends" begins right now. goodness. >> i had a teacher in middle school who would fall asleep all the time. she would fall asleep and the students would be so excited. >> i had a teacher just like that. >> and you turned out fine! what matters if your parents care? it's all about the school.
good morning. "fox and friends" with a fox alert. in ukraine this morning, the power struggle continues be the president and the parliament. we have big breaking news just moments ago, we'll go to peter doocey live in washington. >> reporter: just a few minutes ago the parliament in ukraine voted to give presidential powers to the parliament speaker. viktor yanukovych left town and nobody knows where he is, but protesters ascended on the estate where he was living, look at it right there. it is not clear how far inside the house anybody was able to get, but there are a lot of photos online of every day folks and protesters playing around with the president's boat and on his private golf course. as for what happens next, the white house is saying this, quote, going forward we will work with our allies, with russia, and with appropriate european and international
organizations to support a strong, prosperous, unified and democratic ukraine. parliament also voted in ukraine to relief the top opposition leader from prison after several years locked up. now the diplomats are paying very close attention to how these new developments play with protesters on the street. >> even with reduced powers, he would have significant authority, but the important but is that the prime minister under that arrangement would be his co-equal and not dependent upon the president at all. which is why the compromise was not a bad thing, but the protesters in the streets have been radicalized by the police and for them, yanukovych has blood on his hands and can't stay. >> secretary kerry said he talked to lavror and they agreed. >> thank you, peter. we have other headlines this
sunday morning. a saturday incident at a new york mall turning deadly after a massive carbon monoxide leak. the 55-year-old restaurant manager is dead. two dozen others hospitalized, simply overcome. >> ultimately 28 people were taken to area hospitals. four ambulance personnel, three police officers and 21 other individuals who the majority we believe to be employees of legal seafood. >> police say their investigation is focusing on the restaurant heating equipment. and also new overnight, the taliban abruptly halting talks. the united states hoped this would result in the return of army sergeant bowe bergdahl. this was in exchange for five prisoners held at guantanamo bay. bergdahl has been missing since
2009. and a tragic ending for a missing american student studying abroad in italy. george derkin was found dead in a railroad tunnel in rome. he was struck by a train. the 22-year-old economics major was last seen thursday morning at a bar popular with american students. friends were with him at the bar and say he stayed behind after they left. breaking details on the capture of the world's most wanted drug kingpin joaquin guzman. after 13 years on the run, guzman started to ditch his mexican mountain hideout for resort city. that's when authorities started closing in. he was captured inside a seaside condo. guzman's drug operation spanned several continents and he's included in "forbes" most powerful people since 2009. his estimated fortune is more than a billion dollars. those are your headlines.
>> they found two rocket launchers on him when captured and 37 long guns. and he had 43 armored vehicles that they found. >> all in his seaside condo. >> that's right. they thought it was going to end like al pacino in "scar face." we have rick reichmuth down there in florida for the daytona 500. >> i think they are getting ready for the luke bryant concert because he's the guy performing here later today. although that's not luke brooya. but now i can not hear myself. looking at temperatures across the country, things are not looking that bad. 2 degrees in minneapolis. the cold air is there and coming back. monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, the cold air slowly progresses from the northern plains all the way to the east
coast. and along with it, eventually, more chances of snow across the northeast. today things are looking fine. there's a little bit of snow hovering around parts of the ohio valley and a little bit stretched down into the central plains as well. nothing to cause big problems. the west coast is looking fine as well. this is kind of the nice weekend, the one little break everybody's getting from the rough weather, and then that changes again this week. down across the southeast, we're looking at temperatures pretty nice, 85 in orlando. the warm air is here. this is the future radar here. take a look at the pretty heavy showers to the north of daytona today that at some point during the race we'll get through the area. so we may see a couple delays, but overall the race is going to get off, which is great news. coming up today, larry mcreynolds is one of the big sports fox nascar announcers, and he'll break down the race for us. and the former champion, ryan newman, we have chris evans, the big hollywood actor, and we have a guy who was able to fly with
the blue angels yesterday, he is a double amputee, and he and the blue angel who flew him are going to be here as well. >> awesome. that's a great show, captain america and all that coming up. meanwhile this morning in michigan, democrats are fired up over a new advertisement that has hit the airwaves there which shows a cancer patient talking about losing her plan with obamacare and how it almost cost her her life. watch this and we'll talk about it. >> my insurance was canceled because of pa oh obamacare. now the out-of-pocket costs are so high it's unaffordable. if i do not receive my medication, i will die. i believed the president. i believed i could keep my insurance policy plan. i feel lied to. it's heartbreaking for me. congressman peters, your decision to vote for obamacare jeopardized my health. >> so congressman peters is going for carl levins senate
seat, but he's also calling her a liar for what she says when really the big lie is that if you like your plan, you can keep your plan. if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. she hasn't been able to do that. and not only is she having to deal with cancer, now she's also dealing with people calling her a liar. >> and peters' lawyer is calling her a liar and says she shouldn't be allowed to say these things in public. he's attempting to use the power of the federal government to crush her and her first amendment right to express herself. his lawyer sent this let tore a tv station that was considering running the ad, quote, we write regarding an advertisement with questionable claims sponsored by americans for prosperity that may be airing on your station. you have an obligation to, quote, protect the public from false, misleading or deceptive advertising, failure to prevent the airing of the false and misleading advertising maybe probative of an under lying abdication of licensee
responsibility, that can be cause for the loss of a station's license. in other words, do what we say or we'll put you out of business. >> the thing is, she really isn't lying, she just is a short political ad. she didn't say everything. she didn't lose her plan. she was able to find a comparable plan where the premiums are actually lower, however, her out-of-pocket expenses for individual treatments and procedures, she is going to be having to deal with, and she's not sure what the numbers are going to be, so she says it is not only the headache of finding a new plan but also the uncertainty of not knowing how much my expenses are going to be each month. >> she was on "the kelly file" saying she's not better off as a result of this entire situation. she was forced to switch plans as a result of this. listen to what she said on "megan kelly show." >> i am not better off. i found a plan based on my specialist. i credit my being here to my specialist and to my
chemotherapy and to god. and it was very important to me that i keep my doctor. so i found a plan that my doctor accepted. as far as saving any money, i don't see this as saving any money. i do have something to worry about, megan. the $6,000 is a lot of money. when i had a health care plan that i could budget for and i had a stable amount, it suited me better. i do not care for not knowing what my expenses will be month to month. >> oh, but democrats say stop your wiping, cancer lady! obamacare's progress, you should like it. if you don't, be quiet. if you won't, we'll force you. you wonder why bad incumbents keep getting elected, why do incumbents have an amazing election rate? because they get to do things like gary peters is trying to do, use the power of the federal governmentdescent.
>> and threaten television stations, we're going to take away your license. we have a whistleblower from the fcc on the show today, he blew the whistle on the snooping on newsroom story that came out this past week. we should ask him about this very issue, can zmarts randomly call up a television station and threaten to take away their license? >> and they do all the time to put the fear of god in some stations. if a congressman called fox and said, do our bidding and we'll hurt you, of course we would ignore them, but this is a local tv station. local tv stations matter in statewide races, this guy is running for senate. you think it is not intimidating to get a letter from your congressman? of course it is. >> they don't make a lot of money and rely on the political ads to keep their revenue going. >> we certainly should say he was one of five bosses at the fcc who decided to come forward and actually had an issue with this. so he is a good one to talk about with that. so weigh in on everything we're talking about this morning on facebook and twitter. coming up, democrats hate the
super pacs, right? >> reform the whole political system to reduce the role of money. >> overturn the very bad and the very radical decision in citizens united. >> well, guess what? now they've had a sudden change of heart. turns out they need them, but can they have it both ways? and can't sleep, is it really safe to take sleeping pills? not always. because there could be a serious problem that's being hidden behind that, a deadly problem. what you need to know is coming up, next. time to take care of business with century link's global broadband network and cloud infrastructure. we constantly evolve to meet your needs every day of the week.
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>> millionaires and billionaires bankrolling whoever they want, however they want. citizens united contributed to some of the problems we're having in washington right now. >> you just saw it, top democrats railing against the citizens united decision. that's the decision to allow super-pacs to raise unlimited funds for political candidates, but now democrats, some of the very ones you watched attack the citizens united decision, are cashing in on super-pacs. can they have it both ways? here for that debate, contributing editor and writer, jim pinkerton, and fox news contributor and bureau chief of talk radio news service, ellen rattner. good morning to you both. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> jim, whatever happened to campaign finance reform? i thought liberals were for it, but no. >> they were for it, tucker, until they decided they were against billionaires funding campaigns until "the washington
post" said there's a big article about al gore joining other billionaires all from san francisco who are plotting, that's a fair word for it, to at least spend $100 million this year to elect green climate change activist who is think it is more important to save the penguins in 100 years from warm water than to keep americans employed in the heartland. it's a staggering situation here, not just hypocrisy, but a plot against middle america. >> ellen, take a look at this, we'll put on the screen the top five super-pacs of 2014. you'll notice something about them, they are liberal. four out of five of the top super pacs are democratic super pacs, does this surprise you? >> it doesn't, actually, and it doesn't surprise me because i remember during the olden days when dede myers, this is an old issue, came up when she was white house press secretary and said, we are not going to unilaterally disarm.
meaning that they believe in campaign finance reform, but unless you have a government system where people, where federal elections are actually paid for, there is no option. >> sorry, i have to know, we have that system and president obama was the first candidate in american history to forego government funding, pop the caps, and raise almost a billion dollars in 2008. >> i understand that. >> so he wrecked the system! >> well, that was for the presidential, i'm talking about congressional and -- listen, i don't disagree, i disagreed with him when he did that, however i'm telling you that right now democrats don't have any choice. and in terms of al gore, first of all, jim knows how much i like penguins, but beside that, the fact is is that there's got to be a way that the greens get their voice heard. and you don't get your voice heard unless you have money in this country. >> shouldn't we just stop pretending and obey the first amendment and let people who want to participate in politics do so, disclose who they are,
and get rid of these? >> a guy who travels across the country spent $8 million to defeat the republican candidate in virginia last year. obviously he believes in not only the first amendment but is proud of what he's doing. i think that's important for republicans to say, we agree with you, everybody should know you have a green agenda of shutting down co2 and shutting down the economy as part of your elitist liberal vision. and we won't stop you from riding around in limousines but everyone else should take the bike. let's use the first amendment including this program to let everyone know what the choices are in 2014. >> walking and a bike, jim pinkerton, ellen ratner, thank you. this woman says she was protecting herself and now is firing back. and a sub shows up to school so plowed she couldn't even stand up and didn't even bother denying it.
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good morning, and thank you for spending your sunday with us. a small plane goes down in western georgia killing all three people on board. witnesses say it looked like the pilot was trying to avoid a mid-air collision with a glider when it went down. the faa and the national transportation safety board are investigating. a sad day of fans for "the sound of music." maria von trapp has passed away.
her family moved to the use after fleeing austria. their story inspired the musical and film starring julie andrews. maria von trapp was 99 years old. clayton, over to you. i'm going to keep this intro nice and short and to the point. why? because the next guest argues being brief is the way to get your point across more effectively. joseph is here with us this morning with the book called "brief." my wife says, it's not that i don't want to listen to you, but get to the point quickly. so we can learn a lot from your message in this book. >> people don't have the time or the patience to sort of wait around for you to get to the point. they are really getting -- i think, overwhelmed by the amount of information out there and are
impatient. >> so how does the military come into this? you obviously have worked with the military for a long time and studied this, how does the military component come into this? >> i talked to a general at the pentagon, and we were talking about brevity and i was told they weren't taught how to be brief, but they do briefings all the time. i realized they have vie at the information to communicate but it takes them a long time, death by powerpoint, and the military has an enormous amount of room to gain or ways to improve. and they see brevity as the key advance to teach people. >> some of the key takeaways you put together for us, number one, be aware. >> the first thing is, you have to be aware your audience is drawing in information. so attention spans are dropping like a rock. a decade ago people could pay attention for 12 seconds. now it's 8. >> 8 seconds. >> 8 seconds. a relative term, the goldfish attention span is about 9, so i'm told. so it's bad, right? people have to be aware that the people want to pay attention but just can't because there's so much information competing for
their attention. >> you have to be able to standout. number two on the list, be disciplined, how? >> you have to be disciplined to take time to prepare, that's a famous quote by mark twain. i would have written you a shorter letter if i had more time. so people need to prepare to trim up all the excess information that doesn't belong to deliver the point that people absolutely need to get. >> and number three on your list, be decisive. >> so when you think about communicating clearly and concisely, i mean, full disclosure, there's a time and a place for long conversation, but you need to know when and where to be brief. so when sending an e-mail, going to a meeting, you're interviewing, you're sharing bad news with somebody, you're giving a perception, those are moments when you need to get to the point. >> an age of when you tell companies you need to tell a story, it's about storytelling these days, how do we, when we take social media out of the equation, how do we tell a company to tell a story within a short attention span? >> well, first of all, people love stories.
when you tell someone in a business text a story, there's an immediate sense of relief, they think, i get to hear a story. that gives people more time. less is more, if you give people less, they want more. so storytelling is a very powerful tool that executives can use to hold people's attentions for longer spans of time. >> people should read this book, small businesses especially, to learn how to craft their message across social media and large media in general to get new customers. jim mccormack is the author of "brief." thank you for joining us this morning, joe. >> thank you. the pressure drops and the oxygen masks come down and they tell you to brace for impact. what happens next on this flight straight from the people on board. and it is racing day, we are hours away from daytona 500. we are live with larry mcreynolds with his predictions for today's race, those are next. ♪ plcount on sunsweet prune juice to stay fit on the inside?
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well, it's time for your shot of the morning. all eyes on president obama and first lady michelle obama at this month's state dinner at the white house. the white house tweeted this picture of the couple, but some eyes noticed a third person in the shot. look carefully, you see a portrait of ronald reagan. some pointed out that the 40th. photobombed the picture. one person wrote, nice reagan
photobomb. another person tweeted, gipper photo boom. i'm not sure what a photo bomb is, anna kooiman. >> that's if somebody is behind us and waving, hey, mom, or you're taking a picture like this and think it is great, you're smiling and somebody is going behind you. >> it's the distracting person in the photo behind you. >> it's the equivalent of the rabbit ears. >> but they do it on purpose. >> reagan didn't do it on purpose. >> no. we'll talk about harvard this morning because a liberal student there sandra cullen is raising the eyebrows of a number of individuals this morning. she had written a piece around the idea that we should get rid of academic freedom in favor of academic justice. she is sick and tired there at harvard of dealing with research that comes out, which may counter act her own viewpoints of life. she can't stand when academic research comes out that doesn't support her liberal ideology.
>> she's a senior there. and the title of this piece is "the doctrine of academic freedom." let's give up on academic freedom in favor of justice. she's a woman studying gender and equality. here's what she says, sexism and heterosexism, why should we put up with research that counters our goal simply in the name of academic freedom? instead, i would like to propose a more rigorous standard, one of academics justice when an academic community observes research promoting or justifies oppression, it should ensure that this research does not continue. >> in other words, the truth when it is inconvenient should be squelched. there's a name for this, it's called fascism. after four years in harvard, you conclude, or she has, that the truth when inconvenient, aught to be suppressed. if she had absolute power, how
many people would die? many. >> what's interesting is one of the pieces she talks about specifically with research that came out from one professor around rape and how this professor said they should be more modest and that would stop rape because women need to be more modest. she took umbridge with that, that many people would, that it is a woman's fault to be raped. and she said students should rally to make sure this professor never gets publicized at the university again. that's what the university system does -- >> so women who wear sexy lingerie or a short skirt deserve to have sex stolen from this. doesn't make sense. but i will say one thing, the way she opens this piece is about harvard's professor back in 1972 who wrote a piece called "i.q." and he said it was based
on hereditary and is based on race, and there's backlash, and should be, but this is ridiculously extreme to get rid of academic freedom and justice. >> this is what fascism looks like. the point of the university of free inquiry is to get to what is true, not to what makes you feel good or what is expedient or useful politically in the moment but to what is absolutely true based on the scientific process. that's the whole point! so she's basically, not just attacking things she doesn't like politically, she's attacking the very notion of a liberal education. it's scary. >> right, the flee flow of idea, you can rally and say you disagree, but then to make sure the professor is never published again by the university press, this academic research has been squelched. >> but the whole point of tenure at college is professors can say things unpopular but are true. this is a safe place for them to do it. she's basically saying, a lot of
people on the left feel this way. >> let us know. friends, go to our fox news page, ffweekend over there. here are stories making headlines, some terrifying moments on board a plane to salt lake city. the plane was only in the air 15 minutes and the severe pressure issue caused the oxygen masks to drop. >> there was no warning, they just dropped. >> lots of prayers, thinking, what should we have told our kids before we left. >> taking a train or a boat or walking or something. i'm not going to be up in the air, i can tell you that much. >> well, the plane turned around and landed safely back in san diego. no one was seriously injured. that plane has been removed from service. let's talk about some technology this morning in apple's security flaw. it is as bad as you can imagine. experts say the software flaw putting everyone who owns one of their devices at risk of being hacked. it was a simple flaw, too, i
don't know how this got past their developers. including a half million households could be affected by this. the company is urging users so update their software on their devices immediately. it's simple, go to the settings men you, tap the software update, boom, it is there. the flaw could allow hackers to intercept e-mail and other encrypted information. apple will issue a separate software update if you have a laptop or an imac, a desktop computer, totally different. they will release new software for that separately. so users shouldn't use any personal access of information over public unsecure wi-fi service, like a coffeeshop, if there's no password. a manager fired for carrying a legal concealed weapon to work is now firing back. yvette is suing the bank over her dismissal. ross said she felt safer carrying her gun to work.
she has a license to carry a concealed weapon. they say employees carrying weapons on company property violates company rules. all right. here's one for you, a substitute teacher in oklahoma is facing charges after the school says she showed up to teach drunk. school administrators called police saying 43-year-old michelle childress could barely stand up. >> i drank a little bit before i came. >> so you drank and came here to sub? >> well, teachers distracted her in the parking lot until police arrived. police say her blood alcohol level was three types over the legal limit. and that's your news headlines. >> facing charges, what could be worse than the embarrassment she's facing from that video? >> and she still has the party hairdo from the night before. gentlemen, start your engines. rick is down in daytona getting ready for the big race today.
hey, rick. >> drivers, start your engines. we have danica in the mix, not just gentlemen, so that's all been changed. larry mcreynolds can speak to that. you are one of the best nascar analysts out there working for fox sports. thank you for getting up this morning. big race this year, there are all these storylines going on, what's your biggest story line today? of the 3 number. we lost dale eastern harnhardt . now they are bringing back 3 with austin dillard, and by the way, he's on the pole. he'll bring that to the green today. >> we talked to him yesterday, do you think he has a chance to win it? there are there have been youngsters who have won this, do you think he has a chance? >> we had jimmie johnson last year, but it can produce
surprise winners. jamie mcmurray back in 2010. the way the restricter race works for 500 miles, if you just keep yourself in position, if your car cranks when they say gentlemen and ladies start your engines, you can win this thing. >> when i first came to daytona 500, it's been eight years ago, i immediately fell in love with the sport. a lot of people don't get it. it is not like football, baseball and basketball that you grow up with, to those who say it is just a bunch of cars driving fast around the track, how do you say to them to understand how dynamic this sport is? >> they are driving for 500 miles. that's the distance from daytona to charlotte where most of the drivers call home. and think about it, that's like going from daytona to charlotte and doing it, oh, by the way, right at 200 miles per hour, and as a pack for 500 miles. so i would say it takes a very special talent. and it's a lot about the
machine, but it's a lot about talent these race car drivers have, because a lot of people think they could do it, but it's a very special talent that very few people have. >> a lot of talent to focus with people just inches away from you focused for that long. larry, thank you for getting up with us this morning. have a good time today. >> it was my pleasure. >> back to you inside. >> thank you, rick. this olympic gold medalist is happily married with a 2-year-old daughter, so why did nbc label his lifestyle alternative? father john is here to weigh in. and more americans are using sleeping pills to get to bed. up next, those pills could have real dangers associated with them. we'll tell you what they are. ♪
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lifestyle? >> nbc deems david wise and his family have an alternative lifestyle that leads to olympic gold. >> are we really at the point in america where being a father and husband is unconventional? joining me is fox news religion contributor, father john. thank you for being here. is the fact that he has a 2-year-old at home and is taking care of his son, a novel idea, or is it that he talks about god and skiing for something larger than himself? >> i think it was honestly a refreshing response or comment from this nbc tweet and this accompanying article they thought this was alternative, right? it is a little alternative compared to most of his colleagues, his freestyle skiing, and snowboarding colleagues, yes, but it's also and more importantly very
refreshing that this young guy is doing what a lot of people, in the midwest and other parts of the country, are doing and saying that's very good thing. the fact when he comes off the mountain and he says, i love you and says his daughter's name. and then he says, i can't wait to get home to his wife and to his daughter. that's refreshing. and i love it. but what's kind of strange is that lots of people are doing this. lots of people are doing this. >> so what does that say about our society then, the degradation of our society when it's alternative to have a mom and a kid and out partying until 4:00 in the morning. >> a lot of people are seeking the perpetual party. the 23-year-old guys doing the double cork and all the rest, but the fact that he's going against the stream, i would say, he's swimming against stream and being counter-cultural. among those that we're seeing on tv. i find it to be totally
refreshing and it's a big difference to his colleagues and friends. >> i believe in young marriage, absolutely, but the people who wrote this, let's be honest, they think it's freakish. >> it is. the fact that it is different than the people he's hanging out with. that this david wise is skiing with. most of those who are working in media companies like nbc who are doing these tweets, they say the youngest members of the news team are doing the social media. and i think they are saying, gosh, this is different, but it's wonderful that david wise is willing to stand up and say what he believes in and say, these are my priorities. he even said a lot of the pressure is taken off me on the mountain because i'm not living just for this, i'm living for my wife and for my family. how wonderful. >> father, you'll be preaching later this morning. >> in english and spanish, that's right. >> thank you, father. >> thanks, guys. coming up on the show, the
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the rise with many turning to sleeping pills to get a full night's rest. but what are the dangers of those medications and could you be putting yourself at risk? joining us is emergency tech anna jolbert. >> thank you for having me. >> what's the reason, we can't stop playing with our phone or what? >> a lot of us have our significant other on one side and the phone on the other. you're going to sleep, your phone is vibrating and you're getting e-mails, it makes it hard to sleep when you need to. and we are active and need to get moving. a lot of us have tired minds but don't have tired bodies when we get to bed. so we are just not preparing ourselves well for sleep at night. >> so a lot of people are turning to sleeping pills. and there are some side effects, though, that aren't good. we'll talk about that, sleepwalking and sleep driving even. wow. morning after drowsiness and long-term health consequences.
what are some of those? >> there are a lot of medical conditions that cause you to sleep poorly. if you have an overactive thyroid, it can prevent you from getting good sleep. if you have sleep apnea, that causes pauses in your breathing during sleep. these medical conditions are dangerous and can lead to strokes, high , so you need to get to the baseline issue of why you are not sleeping well. for some it is poor habit and for others it could be a medical problem. >> you want to go to the doctor, but try regulating your body clock, cognitive behavioral therapy and avoiding long-term medication use. for people who are overnight nurses, like you have to do sometimes, or me, i wake up in the middle of the night for this show, drivers, truck drivers, what do they do if they can't regulate their body clock? >> i think getting sleep habits in place, sleep in a dark, cool room. get blackout curtains to help. and prepare your body. if you sleep odd hours, get a
habit that you do before bed. maybe you read a book, turn off the lights and then fall asleep. maybe you take a shower and then get in bed. just have a good habit that you can get into. >> it's nice to have these healthy alternatives, but the problem is it's a lot easier to just pop a pill than to try to do all this. what are some of the other issues with sleeping pills? >> well, like you talked about the side effects, a lot of times people don't realize what they are doing on these pills. they may drive and not realize that the blood concentrations can remain elevated into the morning, so you drive when still drowsy or under the effects of the medicines. some people are on multiple medications, anti-depressants and pain pills are also sedating and they are commonly prescribed medications. if you take sleeping pills, you get oversedated and can lead to an overdose situation. that i see in my practice. >> what about getting addicted and not falling asleep without them? >> exactly. if you take them too long, it
begins to become a habit. so it is much harder to get off of them. i say to use them sparingly and temporarily. if you need them to get over the jet lag or the night shift to the day shift, it could be okay, but don't take them every night. talk to your doctor about other options. and see a therapist or special sleep therapist to help you keep a sleep diary and evaluate why you are not sleeping well. >> there are alternatives out there. >> there certainly are. >> erin, thank you for your time. 56 minutes after the hour. coming up on "fox and friends, new common core standards being adopted in 45 states. and confusing the heck out of parents. coming up, we talk to an education expert who says common core is a good thing and needs to be better explained. he's here to explain that for us. and baby selfies, there's an app for that. would you let your kid play with this? ♪
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>> i'm reading my bible, get your bible and show them that you're reading your bible. i catch you on facebook and i'm beating the hell out of her. >> did that mom go too far? or is it just right? "fox and friends" hour two starts right now. >> it's like having to write something 100 times on the chalkboard or the parent putting a sign out -- >> but how many times do you say this on facebook? >> my 20-month-old, if she drops more food on the floor, i'm going to threaten her. welcome to "fox and friends" this sunday morning. so nice to see you all. >> nice to see you, tucker. >> wake the kids up, get grandma out of bed, because captain america will be on our show this morning. captain america. >> wake your wife up, we want to see muscles?
>> that's right. chris evans, the star of the new movie "ajevengers" will be here. >> no woman has watched that movie. >> my wife has. we want to tell you about other stories this morning. saturday night at a new york mall turns deadly after a massive carbon monoxide leak. a 55-year-old restaurant manager dead. two dozen others hospitalized, simply overcome. witnesses called 911 when people started fapting, not even knowing the cause. >> as soon as they started taking everyone out, they didn't give us a reason for it, they just started telling everybody to get out. >> it was hard, i mean, the day was normal, they were fine and all of a sudden it went downhill. >> police say their investigation is focusing on the restaurant's heating equipment. and new overnight, the taliban abruptly halting talks
the united states hoped to return captain army sergeant bowe bergdahl. a possible deal was going to happen in exchange for five prisoners held at guantanamo bay. he's been held since going missing from an american base in afghanistan in 2009. brand new details on the capture of the world's most wanted drug kingpin joaquin guzman. after 13 years on the run, guzman recently started to ditch his mexican mountain hideout for a resort city. that's when authorities started closing in. he was captured inside a seaside condo. guzman's drug operation spanned several continents and he's been included in "forbes" most powerful people list since 2009. his estimated fortune worth more than a billion dollars. here we go, guys, babies learning the art of taking selfies. there's an app for that created by a pittsburgh, pennsylvania, developer. the app keeps a baby's attention
with colorful graphics or loud noises and automatically snaps the picture. but it will cost you, 99 cents. that will get you in the wallet there. what do you think? >> i don't know. >> get them self-absorbed really young. >> there's a lot going on around the world this morning. we begin with a fox news alert. ukraine is in disarray with the power struggle continuing between the president who may have been exiled from the country and parliament. there are big developments in the last hour. we have peter doocy live in washington with the very latest. >> reporter: tucker, just in the last few hours, parliament and ukraine voted to strip president viktor yanukovych of his power and give his authority to the parliament speaker who happens to be aligned with the top opposition leader, yulia tymoshenko released from prison this week and back in kiev. but the president yanukovych
says these are illegal because he has not signed them into law, but no one knows where he is because he split in kiev when things became unstable. >> it was clear that yanukovych could not restore order in kiev. because he had overseen the government that used snipers against its own citizens, he knew his situation was intenable, so he left for a place he thought would be secure in the east. >> reporter: a plane carrying president yanukovych was grounded trying to take off from an airport in eastern ukraine, so he could still be in ukraine, but nobody knows where he is, except he's definitely not at his house because protesters descended on the red dense playing with his boats and taking practice swings on a private golf course. the white house is saying now, quote, going forward we will work with our allies, with russia, and with appropriate european and international
organizations to support a strong, prosperous, unified and democratic ukraine. we are hearing reports today that protesters upset with president yanukovych are setting up new tents in kiev, the bloody battles with authorities have not scared them away just yet. back to you. >> thank you, peter, for that story. appreciate it. we'll talk about what the president is doing this weekend. and that is doubling down on the minimum wage hike. the executive order the president has threatened to do if congress doesn't get in line to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour. he says it's not going to hurt american jobs and won't be a big problem for americans losing their jobs, but in fact it will rise a number of americans out of poverty. >> right. so we want to take a listen to what president obama had to say about this. let's take a listen. >> right now there's a bill before congress that would boost america's minimum wage to $10.10 an hour. it is easy to remember, $10.10. that bill would lift wages for
more than 16 million americans without requiring a single dollar in new taxes or spending. hard-working americans deserve better than no. let's tell congress to say yes, pass that bill. give america a raise. because here in america no one who works hard should have to live in poverty. and everyone who works hard should have a chance to get ahead. >> taking a page from herman cane's marketing plan, 999 plan. >> i have to say unlike a lot of conservatives, i have mixed feelings about the minimum wage. we have wage stagnation that is totally real and provable. on the other hand, hiking the minimum wage, 10 bucks, it will cost jobs. maybe you think it is worth it, but it will cost jobs. and the white house is completely unconcerned about this. they explained a few weeks ago lost jobs are the opportunity for the rest of us to discover the inner child in us, becoming photographers, spending more time in the park, whatever. they don't care about
unemployment. it's weird. >> they pointed to the clinton years where there were jobs lost as a result of the minimum wage increase and said it was a minute mall amount of jobs lost. and are pointing to the cbo report to affect .30% of the workforce. 500 people out of a job, that's a small price to pay for listing up 900,000 people above the poverty line. >> if you really care about american wage stagnation, and i do, i think it's a huge problem, then you are not for radically increasing the number of foreign workers we bring to the country because that depresses wages, like duh, that's econ 101. they don't care about keeping wages high and they don't care about keeping americans employed. what's the point of all this? ? >> a company like yac came forward to say we are going to raise wages to be more productive and less turnover with happier employees, but think about -- there's no way on earth that jobs would not be
cut. and what about the people, for example, who have to go to fast food restaurants all the time, and that's all that they can afford when they eat out. and they are the ones eating these hamburgers and the prices of those will have to go up as well to see the employees paid more than the cost of everything you're eating. that will go up as well. >> maybe it's worth it, but don't lie to us saying it's not a cost. treat us like adult. we raise the wages but things are going to cost more. maybe we think it is worth it, but don't say, it is totally free. this is magic economics where money is made from nothing. no cost! >> is there a happy medium to your point, is there's a tradeoff that works out that isn't as dramatic? >> maybe there is, but we are getting it from the white house. they are treating us like morons and children telling us there's no cost. >> douglas ekin talked about
this very issue yesterday. listen. >> the idea that if you raise the minimum wage and make it more costly to employ somebody, no one loses their job and there's no decrease in hiring, that's just nonsense. the best thing that could happen is hero. minimum wage doesn't solve poverty. if you look at the money transferred, only 19% goes to people who are poor. so this is politics trumping good policy. >> right. referring to 900,000, which would be elevated out of poverty according to the cbo, but other analysts say it would infuse money into the economy and lift all boats. >> what about $100 then? as long as the federal government is entirely in control of the economy, as long as we are pretending that, why not just make everyone rich? >> that will eradicate poverty and businesses won't have to cut jobs as a result of that. let us know what you think,
friends of fox news. and rick reichmuth is down in daytona, what are you working on for us now? >> reporter: this is the first time this has ever been done. we are going to go live from the pace car. we have brett here, a former nascar driver, you did this for how long? >> 17 years. >> reporter: we are in a chevy, i can tell. >> this is actually the car what that will pace the field for the daytona 500. >> reporter: and you are the pace driver, right? >> yes, i am. >> reporter: so you know what you're doing. he says we'll get up to about -- >> well, we'll find out what we'll get up. to we'll leave that to the drive. >> reporter: you don't know. all right, what kind of a bank is this? >> turn one going into the 31-degree banking at daytona. the racetrack is 42 feet wide. it looks much wider on tv than in person. when you put three cars around
here side by side, it gets really tight. there's 125. coming up in turn two, it's down to the 3700-foot back straightaway. there's 130. >> i have no idea how these guys do this. >> 135, 150. you can feel the g-force pushing you down. >> reporter: incredible! this is amazing. >> coming into turn four -- >> reporter: all right. >> i didn't know you wanted to stop. >> reporter: i didn't really, but i think we might be out of time. is anybody still there? >> i was expecting more squealing, rick. >> reporter: there you go. i can't hear anybody back in new york. >> i was worried he was going to be screaming.
i probably would have, too. >> he was going 140 miles an hour, right? >> it went up higher than that. >> they were going so fast that our signal couldn't keep up with the car. >> that's what that was. >> they were going faster than the speed of television. >> i just went to the daytona 500 a couple years ago, and you couldn't really tell, you are hugging that wall like this. it's so scary. >> the slightest inch of a movement. unbelievable. thank you, rick. we'll check back with him and see his condition in a few minutes. keystone pipeline could create thousands of jobs, but why is the president dragging his feet on approving it? the former ceo of shell says it's a no-brainer and is joining us next. and the shocking "dancing with the stars" elimination. someone from the show just got fired and they are not happy about it. ♪ [ male announcer ] v8 v-fusion plus energy.
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♪ good morning. hope you are doing well. 17 minutes after the hour now, i'm anna kooiman. the keystone pipeline locked in legal limbo. the project faces months of delays after a nebraska judge struck down a state law that allowed governor dave heineman to approve a new route. this decision could significantly delay that $5.3 billion project. our next guest is calling out for the president for not approving the pipe line yet saying it is simply a no-brainer. joining us is the former shell ceo and the current ceo of citizen for affordable energy, john hoff meister, good morning to you, john, thank you for being with us. >> good morning, anna rpg, thank you. >> the governor approved the route to avoid the
environmentally sensitive areas, so how frustrated are you that this is going to be delayed when it looks like things were going a little bit smoother finally? >> well, i think the legal maneuver is really a distraction rather than a true obstacle because if the legislature passed one law, the legislature could pass another law. and when you're in the energy business, you are accustomed to district judges who are really being, you know, tried to do their jobs, getting in the way of certain progress. and what you do is go through the legal position, legal maneuvering, and eventually you find a way forward. i think that will be the case here from a legal standpoint. >> well, and from a political standpoint, has this become simply a political issue with president obama trying to appease his financial supporters and environmental friends? >> well, i'm completely of that view that were it not for the billionaire financeers of the
presidential campaign and many in the democratic caucus, i think this would have been approved a long time ago. let's keep in mind, this is about a thousand miles in pipe that adds to the 200,000 lengths of pipe that -- miles of length of pipe that already sit out there. and in the taaquifer, there are those who don't want to say it, but whout hydrocarbons, this economy comes to a screeching halt. >> so you say it's a no-brainer that it will create jobs. the state department says over a one the two-year period, 42,100 jobs would be supported and $2 billion in workers' earnings. how long can the numbers be ignored and pushed to the snide. >> well, i think as long as the financeers are making a big stink out of it. and they are holding back the
nation for their own peculiar interests. they are entitled to do that, but the president doesn't have to listen to them. the president should be listening to the people born and yet unborn who will need this pipeline 10, 20, 30, 40 years into the future. we're not going to give up on oil in this country. in anyone's lifetime currently alive, and there are fine generations that need oil as well. >> john, thank you so much for your time, former ceo of shell there. thank you. >> thank you. 20 minutes after the hour. coming up on "fox and friends weekend," the fcc pulling back on plans to police america's newsroom. why the reversal happened and how did the study even get the go-ahead in the very first place? the man who blew the whistle on the whole thing is joining us live. and parents listen up, it's the education overhaul that has all of you scratching your head this morning. we're talking about common core. parents are confused but our next guest says it's a good
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it's the education overhaul that has parents scratching their heads and some upset. the new common core standards being adopted that many parents and teachers fear is a way of nationalizing the curriculum. >> 45 states have adopted it, but what are the arguments in support of common core? and what are the real motivations behind this implementation? here to weigh in is mike kelly,
he's going to educate us on this this morning. there's outrage on the right and now members of the left. the democratic party coming forward. >> amazing we must be doing something well to tick off both sides. i think the anger is misplaced. and i just watched your segment yesterday, and i think i'm sympathetic with the mom from arizona who has the first grader there who says clearly i know you're going to run through quotes to do that, but there's some frustration and there's a lot of misinformation and lack of information, so hopefully we can help. >> people watching yesterday's show, here's the sound byte with lindsey boxgate that was on yesterday. >> the answer is right. she added the numbers correctly, so when she comes home with this, i don't understand why it's wrong. so in add tense, i don't understand what that means. >> the math standards are confusing is her compliant. >> it's great.
lindsey is a first grade mom. and she is interested in helping her daughter do her homework. and what we need is people like that. and she didn't getting the information from her teachers. now, you had some misinformation on your intro where you said it's a series of tests. actually what common core is a state-led initiative which is a series of standards. and so i think what everybody can agree on is the status quo in the education system is unacceptable. we are currently spending number one for people in the world. and our results are out of the oecd of countries, we are 20th in 27th in results. here in new york city, 25% of our high school students are graduating college already. so what common core represents is a state-led initiative started by the national government association and by the school education commission around the state to put in place standards to up our game. and these are standards, but not tests. tests are still being
formulated. so, for instance, with miss boxgate, this is the standard. it's a half a column, half and page. and the people that are in arizona that are helping implement this now should be informing her about this. now, her problem was that she had, let's say, these three examples where her kid got the right answer, but there were questions about ten sticks and one stick, so when you looked the first grade things, we have standards in operations and algebraic thinking, so with 6-year-old kids, you get them very familiar with addition and subtraction up to the number 20. once you go beyond that integer, let me turn quickly and say to you, 34 plus 23, what is it? >> 34 plus 27, it is 57. >> so i bet what you did right there is you said, 34 plus 3 is 37 and then 20 is to get 57. >> something like that.
>> that's a basic calculation. she should have been talking with her teacher, she wants to, why is the teacher implementing this not communicating? >> you're saying the problem is with the teaching. >> the problem is with the implementation of these standards is really very flexible. it is not monolithic or a national standard. but the assessment and the tests won't be completed until the end of 2014 and 2015. so everybody is doing different things to try to meet the standards now. the woman who you spoke to in january, she went to the school board for the fourth grader, and why isn't the school board or the teacher in arizona with miss boxey communicating more effectively to have these students in algebraic thinking is really strong. >> we'll get a lot of mail on this segment. i hope you'll come back. >> what we can do is set up an e-mail and they can mail me and i'll respond to them. >> let's do this right now, if you wouldn't mind, go to our
green room, we'll set up on facebook a facebook question right now, questions about common core. would you stick around for an hour and answer them? >> absolutely. >> okay. we'll have a lot of questions. thank you. >> fire away and ask your questions. thank you so much. we appreciate you coming. >> i appreciate coming in. next on the rundown, she caught her daughter bullying on facebook. this is what happened next. >> i'm reading my bible, get your bible and show them that you're reading your bible. if i catch you on facebook, i'm beating the hell out of her. >> did that mom go too far? we'll report, you decide. and this pro-second amendment t-shirt just got a guy thrown out of a polling place. do you think that's fair? we'll talk about it. ♪ [ male announcer ] marie callender's knows all white meat chicken was made to be blanketed in golden breadcrumbs. with whipped mashed potatoes,
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instead of going behind closed doors? that's exactly what a mom did, scolding her 12-year-old daughter who used facebook to plan a school fight. because she went there to scold her daughter on facebook. >> she was -- this daughter is 12 years old and was told to stay off of facebook. and she had been created bogus facebook pages and was talking to a guy plodding to start this fight and her mother was upset about it. and the place that she decided to punish her daughter as a way she decided to do it was to publicly shame her on facebook right there. let's look at the video. >> tell them that you can't be on facebook. >> i can't be on facebook. >> i didn't is a boyfriend. >> i can't have a boyfriend. >> get your bible and show them that you're reading your bible. if i catch her on facebook, i'm beating the hell out of her. >> i wonder why her daughter is looking for refuge in social media? >> that was lorain walls, by the
way. is there better way to parent, perhaps? >> i think better than saying, quote, beating the hell out of your kid and saying it on facebook, i think there may be. >> i'm conventional. there are ways to punish your kids that are conventional that work. i had a friend's mother wash my mouth out with soap. she was a friend's mom, but i talked about the myth of the green m&ms and it was very inappropriate to say as a seventh grader, so she washed my mouth out with soap. and i remember it. and i didn't say it again. i won't even say it today. >> but what do your parents think of another parent say about putting soap in your mouth? >> well, i didn't tell my parents. >> this is a tragedy. that's crazy. no? >> i'm no liberal, but threatening to beat the hell out
of your child on facebook is like deranged behavior. >> and whoever was filming it was complacent, was that the father there? >> i don't think there was a father there. >> i'm going to photograph this whole thing and stand in front of the television and post this on facebook. it was a team effort to shame her. >> i'm going to beat the tar out of you, now get out your bible. >> yeah, that's in the bible. let us know what you think, firstname.lastname@example.org. some other stories making headlines at this hour this sunday morning, terrifying moments on board a flight from california to salt lake city. the passengers were on the plane a few minutes when the oxygen masks dropped. >> there was no warning, they just dropped. >> all of a sudden everyone's ears started popping and they started handing out gum and water to get -- help with the pressurization on the eardrums. >> the plane turned around and landed safely in san diego. no one was seriously injured.
that plane has been removed from service. a texas man is turning away from the voting booth because of his pro-gun t-shirt. chris driscoll is a supporter of the second amendment, but when he showed up to vote, he was turned to turn the shirt inside-out or leave. this inhibits campaigning within 100 feet of a polling place. and his shirt fit the bill. and the season has not start, but someone already got booted off abc's "dancing with the stars." brooke burke-charvet won't be returning. she's had the job since 2008. in a statement to e. news she said, i've seen my fair share of shocking eliminations in the ballroom but this one takes the cake. it's unclear why she was let go. those are your news headlines. the kickoff to the nascar
season is going on in daytona, florida, with rick reichmuth. the last time we talked to him he was going fast on the track. >> congratulations, rick. >> reporter: i feel fine. one of the cool things about nascar, you come and they have the trophy right here. and future trophy winners, do you think you will hold that one of these years? you can move now. you can move now. all right, nice. we made them hold that pose for a minute so far. i have ryan newman here, a former champion in 2008, can you do it again? >> i think we have a good car with chevrolet. we qualified well and just were shuffled out, but this is our race. the 150 was the matter of feeling the car out. there were guys willing to risk more than we were, now it's time to risk more than everybody else. >> reporter: you really do start talking once the camera comes on. we have been sitting here for ten minutes and he was really busting my chops acting like you
weren't going to talk. yeah. >> i was saving it for you. >> reporter: that was nicely done. so, you have an organization, well, first of all, i want to talk about you live in north carolina, and you couldn't get down here right away because of the big snowstorm that happened. you actually went out to plow the airport? >> i helped unstick the snowplow and we actually just drove up and down the runway, 5,000 foot or whatever it is, and broke the slush and snow and ice up. and it was quite a cluster. but nevertheless, we got down here a little bit late, but we did get down here. >> reporter: that's determination. you have a ranch, tell me about this. >> rescue ranches are an education center as of right now for kids and animals. we have 172 acres in north carolina. go to rescueranch.com to learn more about it, but ultimately it's about educating kids and animals and hopefully the kids go home to educate their parents. how to feed them, treat them,
care for them, everything. not just dogs and cats, from snakes to iguanas and rabbits, you name it, there's a bit of everything. >> reporter: that's awesome. i'll tweet that out as well. >> better than your first tweet. >> reporter: just tweeted out something about him as well. take a look at that. best of luck, ryan. i interviewed him the year he won. i told him that was good luck. guys? >> oh! thank you, rick. coming up on the show, are schools pushing adhd drugs on kids to raise their test scores? it's an explosive new claim. and the author behind it is here to tell us about it. and the fcc is pulling back some of its plans to please america's newsroom, why the reversal happened? the question is, why did the study go forward in the first place? the man who blew the whistle on this whole thing is joining us, coming up. ♪
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start your business today with legalzoom. time for some headlines. it was a blend of past, present and future at the vatican. retired pope benedict xvi joining pope francis at the ceremony anointing 19 new cardinals. it was the very first time the two appeared in a public ceremony since benedict retired a year ago. well, charles manson is getting his face on a posage stamp. the legendary actor is part of the legends in hollywood stamp series. that series includes judy garland and john wayne. the stamps will look like this and issued some time this year, so stay tuned. after a national outcry, the fcc is pulling a plan to replace government monitors inside
newsrooms across the country, that's until a new study design is finalized. the firm hired to do the study, social solutions international, has a background that largely focuses on public health, not the media. so how did this plan get close to reality in the first place? we'll ask the fcc chairman who first put this story out there, nice the see you this morning, sir. >> great to be with you. >> i think we are all scratching our head as we are wondering how this got close to being implemented in the first place, and you had to come out to blow the whistle on this thing. how did this fast five fcc chairmen? >> the issue was started under a previous fcc chairman. i and the other commissioners were not asked to vote on it or get input into it. part of the reason is under the fcc rules, commissioners don't get the vote on entering into contracts or designing studies. >> so that's as simple as that. now we learn that it may actually come back in some new former fashion, that this is
being put on hold, that doesn't sound terribly comforting to certainly owners of newsrooms and media organizations across the country. what can you tell us what might happen if it does come back? >> so, part of the reason why i was supportive of the study getting suspended is that the fcc made clear that neither this study nor future study would involve asking anyone, media owners, news directors or journalists about the news philosophy or anything to do with editorial judgment. just like a baseball game when it is suspended or canceled, the study could go forward and it is important for all of us to be vigilant to make sure if there's another study, it doesn't intrude or the core constitutional freedoms. >> what was this study attempting to do in the first place? >> the study was called the critical information needs study. and essentially the agency was going to hire a researcher to find eight critical information needs categories and figure out how different broadcasters and in some cases newspapers were
covering the eight critical information needs, things like economic opportunities and the environment. well, just the notion of the government has a role in deciding what the critical information is and what people in america need is, that's peril from the get-go. and the way they were going to do the study was also intrusive. they were going to ask news reporters, how do you decide to cover certain stories and have you been told by management not to cover something? what if your station is perceived biased? questions like that don't have a place in the newsroom when hired bay researchering from the government. >> we hold the freedom of the press to a very high standard, but qulen you look at the free press index, the united states doesn't fare that well. we are ranked 46th in the world. number one is finland. how does that sit with you? >> well, i certainly think that one of the thing that is has made this country great and i would argue unique over the last several hundred years is that we do have a first amendment that protects on paper the freedom of
the press. and that protection is going to be vibrant only so long as americans make their voices heard on behalf of it. and that's one of the heartening things about this dialogue that americans across the country and from across the ideological spectrum have written and said we don't want the government in the newsroom. that bodes well for ranking in the future. >> are we going to see an fcc of the future that comes into newsrooms and tells that media organization who to hire, what content to put on the air? are we close to that happening? >> i certainly hope not and think the announcement on friday that the fcc wouldn't be doing a study that involved anything like that is a good sign, but again, we have to remain vigilant with a study in the future. >> and the study happens quietly that we may not know about and we may not have a whistleblower to bring it to us, thank you for being here. coming up --
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well, one doctor is now making the shocking claim that it could be, in part, because of changes in educational policy. could schools be overdiagnosing students to arrive at better test scores? joining me is co-author of the adhd professor at u.c. berkeley, dr. shep ler, thank you for coming on this morning. >> good morning. >> so basic will i tl basicallye incredible rise is one in five boys is getting the adhd diagnosis. is that real? or is there another reason for the diagnoses? >> adhd is a real thing, no doubt, but there's no blood test. there is no x-ray. and so measuring it has a degree of judgment. the data you're describing is data from cdc where they surveyed 100,000 families with
random phone dial and asked if their child had ever been diagnosed with adhd. and that's the reported numbers that we discussed in our book. and that's why we called the book "the adhd explosion." >> it's remarkable. so you describe the role that schools play, that education policy plays in this increase in adhd, how does that work? >> well, doctor hensha and i in trying to understand the rates of increase and the explosion, you talked about looking to a number of different reasons why this might happen. and the one that jumped out in explaining most of the challenge and the variations, though there are other factors as well, was education policy. and in the 1990s we found that the schools in the united states change their philosophy and move
more to rewarding school budgets and teachers and principals for performance in the school with graduation rates, test rates, and so the real push for p performance -- when george w. bush started the no child behind policy, this also pushed other states in academic performance. >> so you are saying this is an unintended consequence, schools needed obedient children, so give the kids drugs and they obey at higher drug test scores, is that what you are saying? >> not exactly obedient children, but it gives the child improperly diagnosed and if the child has adhkd, they can get the medication he or she may need and behavioral therapy. we'll do better in school in
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hello and good morning. it is sunday, the 23rd of february, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. we start with a fox news alert. ukraine spiraling out of control. the president says there will be consequences, but remember his redline, whatever happened there? and words from the campaign trail coming back to haunt the president. >> the biggest problem that we're facing right now has to do with george bush trying to bring more and more power into the executive branch and not go through congress at all. >> yes. troubling when presidents do that. turns out that wasn't the only self-imposed rule the white house has broken. it's a long list. and we have it. and that instant connection between a father and his new baby. >> it's a girl. >> she's the most beautiful baby. >> well, turns out not every day feels that way at first. one father pulling back the curtain on fatherhood.
"fox and friends" hour three starts right now. various astute observation by our floor director dave this morning, that steve martin in "father of the bride," that was the grandfather. >> "father of the bride 2." i made it when he misrepresent movie plots. >> this father really ek quos what a lot of new fathers feel. my wife has disappeared, just a foot of her in the bathtub. >> this is the book that tells how every father feels. you are thrust into it. women have that sort of biological connection. men, you have to suddenly -- >> who is this alien? >> we are trying to figure this out. when i first held my daughter for the first time, i didn't want to break her. >> those who think jender is an
artificial construct and the interfaces are interchangeable -- you will learn fathers are not quite as skilled with newborns as moms are. >> that's not an excuse to change a dirty diaper. >> men are not as good as it. >> we need to learn. we'll talk to the author a little later. we have stories making headlines to get to at this hour. we start with a fox news alerd with breaking news out of ukraine. parliament voted to scrip viktor yanukovych of his power and give it to the prime minister. but nobody knows where he is. he fled kiev when things became too unstable. protesters have taken over the president's mansion playing with his boats and taking practice swings on his private golf course. some now fear the country may be split into two with one side aligning with the european union and the other with russia. a saturday night at a new
york mall turns deadly after a massive carbon monoxide leak. a 55-year-old restaurant manager is dead, two dozen others are hospitalized. simply overcome. witnesses called 911 when people were fainting not knowing the cause. >> as soon as they started taking everybody out, they didn't give us a reason for it, they just started telling everybody to get out. it was hard. it was like, i mean, the day was normal and the day was fine, and all of a sudden it just went downhill. >> police say their investigation is focusing on the restaurant's heating equipment. a tragic ending for a missing american student studying abroad in italy. john derkin was found dead inside a railroad tunnel in rome struck by a train. the 22-year-old economics major and football player was last seen at a bar with american students. friends who were with him that night say he stayed behind after they left that bar. brand new details on the
capture of the world's most wanted drug kingpin, joaquin guzman, after 13 years on the run, guzman started to ditch his mexican mountain hideout for resort cities. that's when authorities really started closing in. he was captured inside a seaside condo. guzman's drug operation spanned several continents and has been included in "forbes" most powerful people list since 2009 and his estimated fortune is more than a billion dollars. >> i love how the amount of guns they got with this guy yesterday, they had 97 large guns, the police grabbed, 36 handguns he had on him when they busted him, two grenade launchers and a rocket launcher. >> good grief. >> and he was with a lady friend at the time and unarmed. hypocrisy is the topic this morning, never in short supply in washington, but it seems especially prevalent news days. consider the issue of campaign finance reform. democratic party always talking about how money in politic is
the problem. we have a little montage of democrats explaining why super-pacs and citizens united, the ruling that made them possible, are bad. watch. >> citizens united reformed the whole political system to reduce the role of money. >> overturn the very bad and very radical decision in citizens united. >> millionaires and billionaires, bankrolling whoever they want, however they want. citizens united contributed to some of the problems we're having in washington right now. >> so the amount of money pouring into washington is a huge problem. democrats were staunchly opposed to the money the super-pacs have been raising in the last elections. but right now the amount of money the super pacs are donating to either party, democrats come out far ahead of republicans. look at this. >> yeah. this is a bit curious, isn't it? the senate majority pac, $3 million and $850,000.
>> four out of five of the super pacs. >> it is so much money, first of all. >> the answer from democrats, if you say, wait a second, if you are for campaign finance reform and for publicly funding campaigns, wasn't president obama the first presidential candidate not to take federal dollars from his campaign because he wanted to spend more private donations from the fat cats and lobbyists? he had to. he had to. that's immoral, but we have to, really? >> he's not the most transparent president. >> john kerry raised some funds that you'll be able to get. and john kerry ended up taking a standard to the hearings, correct? >> i have no problem with that. politicians can take the money as long as we are close to the time, but they are constantly wiping about the citizens united and are banning from the fruits of it. it is hypocrisy. >> and the president made a lot
of promises about rolling back executive power. he complained about that under president george w. bush not meeting with lobbyists in the white house and not opening the doors to let the lobbyists come in and drive policy. we'll tut together made on the campaign trail. here's the executive order one. take a look at this first. >> i take the constitution very seriously. the biggest problem we are facing right now has to deal with george bush trying to bring more power into the executive branch and not going through congress at all. that's what i intend to reverse when i'm president of the united states of america. >> i've got a pen and i've got a phone. and i could use that pen to sign executive orders and take executive actions and administrative action that is moved the ball forward. >> lobbyists not able to meet with his administration or being inside his administration.
former lobbyists are hired to be a part of it. remember this comment? >> when you leave, you will not be able to leave the administration for the remainder of my term in office. you will not be able to cash in on your service. that will not be allowed. >> uh-huh. lobbyists actually know a lot, so they have hired a ton, almost 400. this includes 136 current lobbyists, surprise, surprise. how about this? emergency and natural resources, this is president obama back in california on valentine's day. listen to this. >> we're going to have so make some decisions about how we conserve better, how we allocate water better, how we recycle water better, and how we cooperate more effectively. >> all right. so how about this, the president well-known for all his golf
outings, and how about this? he just visited california where we talked about conservation and climate change. he was playing at golf courses that use tons and tons of water, and he's there talking about drought. >> he flew on air force one when you should be riding your bus to work or a crowded metro car. the president is in the 747 creating the biggest plane. and he's surrounded by guys with automatic weapons. it's good for you but not for me. >> and people in california right now having to not wash dishes on a regular basis or do laundry, they can't wash their cars and are now to get all things figured out. >> the president is cruising
around from venue to venue, some billionaire's house to another billionaire's house, how much does it cost for an airplane ride? and rick reichmuth has the best assignment today getting ready for the super bowl of nascar. good morning to you, rick, how are you? >> reporter: good morning. you have no idea, this is such a great time and my favorite every year. we'll talk about the weather this evening. the cold air is coming back. we'll see a lot of temperatures by wednesday and thursday only in the single digits for a lot of people again. so just enjoy today. for most everybody, except the far northern plains, you are cold. and precipitationwise, looking good. a little snow across kansas, nebraska, missouri, but nothing to cause too many problems and out across the west. down in this area, temps will be
fine with chances of showers causing problems at the race later on, buff but overall that's great news. when you come to the daytona 500, one of the amazing things is going to the infield. there are all sorts of people who camp here in the infield of the track in all kinds of fashions. yesterday we went out to talk to a few of the people to she how they live it up. take a look. five? that much? >> la-z-boy is up here. we can't see much because the motorhomes are blocking our view. >> reporter: zach thomas has one of the most ingenious designs i have seen. >> this is one-of-a-kind. it runs off 12 volts. and we have the pool table. we have a loft inside with cathedral ceiling. ?
>> i know, right? >> this is all for my grandson. >> reporter: what are you doing here? >> taping these together. just want one beer, that's the goal. >> reporter: you kind of look like richard petty. >> that's good. i like looking like him. >> reporter: have you heard that before? >> yeah, a lot. >> danica patrick, she's going to be a driver. >> reporter: i'm impressed with the school bus. >> that's an old school bird right there. we have been doing this for years. >> the pilots here will also do a fly-over. tent city, guys, that's where the fun happens at night and during the day. the guy making the beer can,
stan, was trying to get to 40 in one day. i'm going to find him to see how he's doing this morning. i think he may regret a little bit of his choices. >> rick helped him with 20 of them. that's why. thanks, rick. >> thanks, rick. coming up, ukraine spiraling out of control. and the president says there will be consequences. but remember his redline? whatever happened there. can anyone take him seriously anymore? chris wallace is here, next. and check out this video, a sub shows up to school so drunk she couldn't stand up straight. she didn't bother denying the drinking, either. ♪ the end.
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we have been very clear to the outside regime, but also to other players on the ground that a redline for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilized. >> we expect the ukraine an government to show restraint, to not resort to violence in dealing with people, so there will be consequences if people step over the line. >> well, president obama promising consequences if lines are crossed in ukraine, the same promise he made over syria's chemical weapons. how should we handle this situation? should they butt out entirely? joining us is chris wallace,
good to have you here this morning. >> good to be with you guys. >> on one hand, russia is trying to keep a strangle-hold on the ukraine, putting enormous pressure to back out of the positions with the european union the last couple of years, should the united states be involved in this at all with the fear of retribution from russia? >> i don't think fear of retribution from russia should be an issue. in fact, what's become clear over the last 24 hours is how little influence that either russia or the united states, despite the president's rhetoric there, have had on the situation. it's really been determined by the people on the screen because the protesters at least at this point have taken over kiev. the parliament has voted yan yanukovych out of power and he's hiding in the western section of the country, and it appears people power has won, and that's a good thing.
>> how concerned are american authorities that russia may make the move against ukraine, you think? >> i'm sorry, say again? >> how concerned is the state department that russia may make some kind move against ukraine, not just economic move shutting off the pipeline, but sending soldiers, is there concern about that? >> i don't know honestly what they are thinking at the state department. honestly they would view that greatly. i think it is unlikely russia is about to invade kiev. now, one of the questions that is raised because of what happened in georgia, the country of georgia a few years ago, is might there be a move to flood off the eastern part of the country. the interesting part about ukraine, this is why it is such a central country in europe, the western part of the country is very much ethnically and politically western. the eastern part is ethnically and politically russian. and one of the questions would be, would they try to split off the eastern half of the country? but the idea of a hungary or she
can czechoslovakia being involved -- it is not just the people of ukraine, my guess is that the people of ukraine, particularly the western part of the country, think that both economically and democratically they have a lot more to gain by being linked to the west, by being linked to the european union, but being linked to the united states than they do by being linked to the creme lykre. having said that, we are seeing the limits of outside power, both the pressure and the incentives, $15 billion in bailout that putin was putting on ukraine and conversely the not-so effective efforts by the european union. and you heard the comment, don't step over the line by president
obama. it has been decided much more on the ground by the people of ukraine than by any outside forces or western authorities. >> you'll see much more on "fox news sunday." and chris' power player of the week. the cutest power player you have had. more "fox and friends" in two minutes. see you, chris. ♪ ♪ where you think you're gonna go ♪ ♪ when your time's all gone? male annocer ] live a full life. the new lexus ct hybrid with an epa estimated 42 mpg. the further you go, the more intesting it ge. lease the 2014 ct 200h for $299 a month for 27 months. see your lexus dealer. for $299 a month for 27 months. [ mala body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain
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we see in the movies the up substantiate connection between a father and his new baby. >> it's a girl. >> she's the most beautiful baby. >> in real life, do pianos play in the background when that happens? it may take more time to develop, though most dads wouldn't admit it publicly. one dad is and is sharing his
bumpy road to being a father called "the reluctant father." he's a great fphotographer and the book is filled with great photos. thank you for being here. we are supposed to play into the narrative, the moment we get the baby, the pianos play in the background, but for you it is a different story, and probably for most of us that are admitting it. >> i did find out when our baby was born, i was looking at this thing. i felt like it was a sea sponge or an ameba. and i was trying to figure out what to do with this thing. i sort of feel like you are programmed to react to specific events or big events in your life, the way you feel like you should react to certain events. the puppies and rainbows should be fantastic, but that didn't happen for me. >> and probably for many men, or all men, but the question is, should you admit it? >> well, that's a question i'm
fearing for my own safety. i think for me, i remember very clearly at the begin, right before lulu was born, i can mention my friend dan who just had a kid, and i said, how is it? and he said, it's completely miserable. and i asked michelle and she said, dan just loves the kid. and i thought -- >> dan is a wise man. >> yes, unlike me. and the more i spoke to people, the more it seemed like there was dishonesty. and i think it is sad we can't be straightforward with how we feel. pat and i were too candid in retrospect. >> it struck a chord with me. when we had our little girl, i didn't know how to react. i described to my wife, i don't want to hold her because i feel like i'm going to break her. but i didn't have the same emotional connection that my wife had. >> and obviously the bar was still open, so what are you doing here? >> get out. so my wife and i had this
biological connection, but for me it was much more difficult. it took a while to have that connection. >> everyone tells you it will take a while, but it is kind of like people telling you about war and then going to war. you don't know what it is like until it happens. so a new hypothetical is going to happen. it took me a year and a half until she became an essential to being, than she was this extraordinary magnificent being. the end of the book is where i fall in love with her and it is great, but it took me a long time to get there. >> it reminds you why mothers matter. >> well, yeah. they have the biological hormonal connection. i mean -- >> they are not interchangeable. >> right. but also they are being pumped full of hormones, so they can react to the crying in a different way than i would react to the crying. >> before i let you go, what has been the reaction, fallout from moms or dads writing you? >> oddly enough, i have got an lot of e-mails, and all of them have been from women all saying, they have all been fantastic and
positive, all saying, a lot of them saying they felt similarly or now they can have a dialogue with their husband about this. although a couple friends of my wife's have said to her they have been sorry she had to go through this with me. >> their husbands are just faking it. >> wise friends like that are bad. thank you so much. >> the book is called "the reluctant father." thank you so much. next on the rundown, a sub shows up to school so hammered she can't even stand. she didn't even bother denying she was drunk. watch this. >> what did you take? i can smell alcohol, but what else? >> no, that's it. i drank a little bit before i came. >> so you drank and then came up here to sub? >> we'll tell you what happened, next. and it is racing's biggest day. rick reichmuth is live with us from florida with the first double amputee to ever fly with the thunderbirds.
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once intense activity. a skier holds a rope attached to a horse and has to make it through a series of jumps and gates while racing for the best time. back in 1928 it was on the vernal of becoming an olympic event and now participants in the sport hope it makes its way to the games. you don't need to be a participant to hope that makes it to the games. i'm aggressively rooting for that. >> that would make it worth watching. >> oh, my gosh, i would go. >> i have seen the opposite of that in miami. a dog on a skateboard and a man with a leash running, pulling the dog. >> maybe that could be a sport, too. >> it could be. you could do it in your neighborhood. we have stories making headlines at this hour to share with you. terrifying moments on board a delta flight from san diego to salt lake city. the plane had only been in the air for 15 minutes when severe pressure issues caused the oxygen masks to drop. >> there was no warning, they just dropped. >> lots of prayers, thinking what should we have told our
kids before we left. >> taking a train or a boat or walking or something. i'm not going to be up in the air, i can tell you that much. >> well, the plane turned around and did land safely back in san diego. no one was seriously injured. and the plane has since been removed from service. a substitute teacher in oklahoma is facing charges after the school said she showed up to teach drunk. school administrators called police to say 43-year-old michelle childress could barely stand up. >> i drank a little bit before i came. >> so you drank and then came up here to sub? >> police say her blood alcohol level was three times over the legal limit. when police asked her if she thought drinking before teaching was a good idea, she said, she didn't think it was a bad idea. all right. a bank manager fired for carrying a legal concealed weapon to work is now firing back. yvette ross works at a wells
fargo in tampa, florida. she said she felt safer carrying her gun to work because of the threat of bank robberies. ross is licensed to carry a concealed weapon and says it is her constitutional right. the wells fargo spokesperson declined to comment on the web side that said employees carrying weapons on company property violates company rules. a british stuntman defies gravity running a 360-degree loop. the loop, check it out. the former gymnast clocked in a speed of 8.6 miles per hour. it took him several times and a couple bumps on the head before he got it down. the stunt was sponsored by in the game? it left jim boeheim angry. he left the court screaming.
he was ejected from the game. syracuse losing their second strait game, 66-60. and barry bonds is back in baseball. the home run king who knocked 762 home runs asterisk out of the park during his career will be working with the san francisco giants as a hitting instructor during spring training asterisk. bonds has been linked to performance-enhancing drugs and spent the last 15 seasons with the san francisco giants. they are hoping he can help the team who struggled at-bat last season. >> by links to performance-enhancing drugs, do you mean he was involved with? >> possibly. hours before the green flag drops in daytona at the national speedway marking the beginning of the daytona 500 -- >> there's rick mike mreichmutha few special guests. >> reporter: good morning. a great thing this year, you know, sequestration affected a lot of things in the country,
one of them was the thunderbirds who also fly over here at daytona. i'm joined by michael fisher, the event pilot, also blake leafer, michael, what is it like being back after sequestration to fly over and the weather at this point is looking good. are you excited for today? >> absolutely. we are excited the weather is looking really good today. sequestration canalled the 2013 season, so we are excited to get back out here in 2014 and take the stories of the airmen and take them to the public and reconnect the public to the military connection. it's exciting to be back on the road and to share the stories of the airmen with everybody. >> reporter: so many people love the thunderbirds, it is a cool thing, but you also do really cool stuff. yesterday you took blake who was born with a birth effect, you didn't have either of your legs, but you are now what has been called the american blade runner, you coined yourself a new title that you're going with, what was it like flying with michael yesterday?
>> it was truly amazing. he took off pretty fast, so i was scared. i about passed out on the takeoff, but once we got over the clouds, it was peaceful. me and mike up there, one with the world, and a truly amazing experience. it was indescribable. ly never forget this moment for the rest of my life. we got to about g5. i think we went up pretty high. we'll go with g5 on that one. >> reporter: you didn't pass out or lose your breakfast or lunch? >> or my legs, so we are doing well. >> reporter: you are an honorary race official today, what does that mean? >> it is truly an amazing experience. the fact that nascar does this, i want to thank mr. tim bailey, everybody, mr. france, everybody who is a part of this to let me be here. the day i was born, they said i would never walk, and now i'm here telling everybody it's okay to be disabled and to be different. i want you to go out there and give 110% and in your mind you
can do anything. >> reporter: not only do you think it is okay, you're training to be in the 2016 olympics. you're already a paraolympian. >> i want to be the first american double amputee to run in the paraolympics and the regular olympics. i want to prove that you can do anything. >> reporter: dylan, we talked to your brother yesterday, austin dylan, driving the number 3 car, big story here at daytona, yesterday you finished seventh in the nationwide. the fastest of the rookies, is that right? >> for sure. we were the top finisher yesterday and had a great race. the nationwide is quite exciting. we had guys banging off each other, but we started 23rd and got up to second and went back to 23rd and got back up to seventh. so we had a good day. and it's cool to be here with these guys. i got to fly with the
thunderbirds last week, so i am just happy to have them back here with us. >> reporter: and you also didn't pass out. >> i didn't pass out. i had a great flight. and we had an awesome time up in the sky. >> reporter: is there a club you belong to if you go through one of the flights and don't pass out or lose your meals? >> not a special club, but a job well done. >> reporter: awesome. congratulations, guys. best of luck to you. >> thank you so much, sir, i appreciate it. 2016, that's awesome. >> reporter: in a couple minutes, captain america, we'll talk to chris evans coming up. >> captain america will be on the show. thank you, rick. >> he's bouncing off the walls with excitement. we have to chain him to the chair. coming up here on the show, once they ran on the president's record. now democrats are running from it. so will that work? and why the sudden change of heart. and another apple product, not the kind you eat but the
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apple device, apple's security flaw is at bat. the software flaw puts everyone who owns one of their devices at risk of being hacked. the company is urging users to update the software. they send it out friday night, so go to your settings menu and click update. apple with issue a separate software update for the desktop and laptop computers to come in the next few days. quarter till the hour now, some senate democrats up for re-election this year are singing a different tune than they did back in 2008. >> ready to lead, ready to make this country work again. ready for barack obama and joe biden. >> coloradans are going to reelect me based on my record, not the president's record, but on my record and what i've done for colorado. >> the president's record too toxic to help democrats in the midterm election?
here is toys doiscuss is pollstr frank loudoun. >> by the way, if this was the 2016 olympics, the democrats would have the fastest 100-yard dash. >> they are looking for free tickets, then frank is the guy. >> i thought you would give me credit for that segway to the segment. >> let's talk about the sound byte we just played from the senator in support of the president, but now he's singing a different tune and isn't sure if he wants him to be in the state of colorado. so we have another one this morning, too. >> yeah. i'll show them whatever he wants to see, but i want to convince him and show him that this is not the right direction. i don't need him campaigning for me but i need to change some of his policies.
>> that's the senator from alaska. >> yes. and colorado is not such a bad state for the president. he didn't win it by a number of points, but alaska is different. and their state is like arkansas, west virginia, louisiana, where this president is truly toxic. so you have the senate democrats that have to walk this fine line. they don't want to upset the democratic base in the state, but they are losing swing voters hand over fist because the president is on obamacare on the economy and the debt ceiling. this president is out of touch with the mainstream of those states. and it is very hard for you in an off-year election, particularly in the sixth year, that's when the incumbent party tends to lose ght, ten seats. this president and the democratic party is nervous this could be just like what happened to ronald reagan in 1986 where the republicans could take charge. >> okay, we have another example back in 2008, democrat senator jean shaheen, called president
obama an amazeing man. listen to this. actually, we'll share it with you, i have heard from consumer who is have been left without access to the prider with whom they have built a long-standing relationship. so very different there. >> yes, but what she's doing is she's trying to massage it, so she doesn't want to come across as being critical to the president. this is another swing state, new hampshire. i'll give you the states so the audience can write it down, i'm looking at arkansas, louisiana, west virginia, alaska and north carolina as those states that can flip with an incumbent democratic senator because of the public's opposition. and other open seats like montana, but those are the states i'm looking at that have the greatest likelihood, if the president shows up, so tucker, here's what he's going to do. he's going to raise money in new york, l.a., san francisco, he's never going to show up in the state where is the money is going to be spent. and it will be up to the
republicans to remind people that this isn't just the policies of that senator, it is the senator's support for the president that is leaving us in the situation we are in. >> we are not looking for president obama to stop in little rock. >> i don't expect him to be in west virginia, although maybe he should go drink the water. >> maybe he should. frank, thank you for joining us. coming up on "fox and friends weekend," good news there are thousands of new jobs for the auto workers, but the bad news is you have to move to mexico. we'll explain. and parents, up next, captain america is live with a little rick reichmuth with actor chris evans joining us from daytona and the big race. stay tuned. ♪ [ cellphone dings ]
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time for some news by numbers. 580,000 jobs, that's how many u.s. auto jobs have gone to mixco since 2009. oh b next, 17.9 billion, that's how much simon cowell bachelor pad is selling for in beverly hills. the mansion is 12,000 square feet and sits on two acres of land. finally, 42 years is how long it took for a man's stolen volkswagen beetle to be found. it was in detroit and it's about to head overseas for restoration. >> thank you, anna.
this is a troubling story, but it's a metaphor for what's happening in higher education now. a fourth year student wrote a paper about academic freedom. and she said this. academic freedom ought to be abolished because it fosters racism and sexism. >> basically, she was tired of supporting university research that counteracted or contradicted her ideology, didn't stand up for women's rights or was in favor of oppression in some quarters. in fact, she specifically talked about research about women and race and how women, in fact, according to one professor, should be more modest in their approach because the reason women were being raped was because they were wearing articles of clothing that were inviting to men. she took umbrage with that. she doesn't want that professor
to ever publish anything at the university again. >> so while it may be offensive to women to hear somebody say something like that, just because you are a woman who wears sexy lingerie, that doesn't mean that you should be attacked by a man and all that, but that doesn't mean that you should not allow research like this to be on the campus or papers to -- >> the whole point of research is not to make people feel better about themselves. the whole point of research is to figure out what's truth. it's using scientific method to figure out the truth. here you have basically a species of fascism. you have a fourth year student. is this the culmination of four years at harvard? >> the writing was actually pretty good. >> okay. so she expressed scary totali totalitarian ideals fluidly. she's basically saying, if i don't agree with it, you
shouldn't be allowed to say it. >> and what she says is we should rally, get out there and demand and say this professor shouldn't be allowed to say that. but then to have him kicked out of the university altogether, the university is about a free flow of ideas and an exchange of debate. some of my college classes got into rigorous debate about these ideas. >> she's against debate. anybody who disagrees with her should be crushed. this is scary. >> let us know what you think about this. you can also read her entire piece online. 56 minutes after the hour. she caught her daughter bullying on facebook and this is what happened next. >> i'm reading my bible. get my bible and show them that you're reading your bible. if i catch you on facebook, i'm beating the hell out of her. >> so did she go too far? >> and what about these baby selfies? there's an app for that.
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good morning. it's sunday, the 23rd of february, 2014. i'm anna coyman. they call him the osama bin laden of the drug world. now, after more than a decade on the run, one of the world's most wanted men is behind bars. how did the feds bust him? like something straight out of a hollywood movie. file this one with how low can ug. a woman with cancer sharing her obamacare nightmare. >> my insurance was canceled because of obamacare. now the out of pocket costs were so high, it's unaffordable. if i do not receive my medication, i will die. >> now one member of congress trying to discredit her story. hey, lady with cancer, be quiet. she's not the only one they're going after. and she caught her daughter bullying on facebook, so this is what happened next.
her mom scolded her right back on facebook. >> i'm reading my basebaible. >> did that mom go too far? "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. a live look at daytona international speedway, daytona, florida, home of the daytona 500 later this afternoon. coming up in ten minutes here on "fox & friends," captain america himself, chris evans, will be here. he's the grand marshall of the big down there today. he's going to be talking about his new movie, "winter soldier." >> chris evans will be the one
cede gentlemen and lady -- >> no, now it's drivers start your engines. >> drivers start your engine. i guess it's lady in this one. we have news headlines in this one we want to get to on your sunday morning. in ukraine, the parliament has advocated to strip viktor yanukovych of all power. but yanukovych is saying that the votes are all illegal and no one even knows where he is at this hour. meantime, the opposition has taken over the president's mansion. some now fear the country may split in two with one side aligning with the european union and the other with russia. the restaurant at the center of a deadly carbon monoxide leak at a new york mall is closed as crews investigate the source of the leak. one manager was killed and more than two dozen other
hospitalized. overnight, the restaurant put out this tweet saying we are profoundly saddened to learn of the tragic death of our general manager, steve nelson. our thoughts and police officers are with his family. people in the mall called 911 when people started fainting, not even knowing the cause. >> they didn't give us a reason for it. they just started telling everybody to get out. >> police say they are investigating and they are focusing on the restaurant's heating equipment. the capture of the world's most wanted drug kingpin, known as the osama bin laden of drug trafficking. after 13 years on the run, guzman started to ditch his mexican hideout for resort cities and that's when authorities started closing in. he was captured inside a seaside condo. he had no time to reach for his staff of gunnes and grenades. guzman's drug operations spanned
seven continents. his estimated fortune, more than $11 billion. babies learning the art of taking selfies. and there's an app for that. created by a pennsylvania developer, the app keeps a baby's attention with colorful graphics and loud noises and it automatically snaps the picture. but if you want it, it will cost you 99 cents. getting self-absorbed at an early age. >> give them the ipad so they can take selfies. let's head up to the state of michigan this morning where democrats are fired up over a new television ad that is running featuring a woman by the name of julie boonstra. she is a leukemia patient who claims that obamacare has forced her to abandon the plan that she liked and wanted when she was going through chemotherapy, then was forced to get another plan as a result of it and the only reason she was able to get the care she need was because of a
specialist. listen. >> any insurance was canceled because of obamacare. now tout of pocket costs are so high, it's unaffordable. if i do not receive my medication, i will die. i believe in the president. i believed i could keep my health insurance plan. i feel lied to. it's heartbreaking for me. congressman peters, your decision to vote for obamacare jeopardized my health. >> well, you can imagine this ad caused a lot of furror on the left. so the left and as many fans in the media immediately went after ms. boonstra basically saying, hey, leukemia lady, stop whining, you're fine. obamacare is progress. you should know that. >> sure, you lost your plan, but that's a minor caveat. >> you're really better off>> w. some have come out and said look, maybe she's lying and what
they're saying is the ad maybe didn't give the full explanation of her story. here is a letter that represented the peters campaign sent to a tv station in an effort to have it yanked off the air because they claim it's false. you have an obligation to protect the public from false, misleading or deceptive advertising, maybe probative of an licensee responsibility that can call for the loss of a station's license. >> they stop getting in the way of our senate campaign, we'll just yank your license. >> so unleashing the lawyer to try and threaten these tv station fess they air this political ad here. but julie boonstra, she says this lie that he says that i'm saying is no lie at all. how about the lie that "the washington post" gave four pinnochios to, president obama, if you like your plan, you can
keep your plan. she was able to find a comparable plan, but there's still uncertainty in what her sxngzs are going to be every month and she had the headache of trying to go through and find a new plan. listen to her on the kelly file last night. >> i am not better off. i found a plan based on my specialist. i credit my being here to my specialist, my chemotherapy and my god. so i found a plan that my doctor accepted. as far as saving any money, i don't see this as saving any money. i do have something to worry about, megan. the $6,000 is a lot of money. when i had a health care plan that i could budget for and i had a stable amount, it suited me better. i do not care for not knowing what my expenses will be month to month. >> congressman peters makes the
point that she has no idea what she's talking about. he knows a lot more about her cancer treatments than she does. and if she pure cysts in telling lies about her own cancer treatment, he'll prevent tv stations from running her ad on the air. by the way, if you ever wonder why incumbents keep getting re-elected, some of them, like congressman peters -- >> this shows the hot water the democrats are in right now in an election -- for them right now. they're taking everything out of the woodwork. >> and it goes to show, we have the freedom index of the press, ranked 46th in the world right now, finland ranked number one. when you look at the obama administration wielding the power of the fcc to go into television stations and try to turn off the local media, yank licenses out of the hands of local television stations, it's appalling. >> well, the first time it doesn't protect political ads, what does it protect? >> right. >> i mean, what's the point of having a first amendment if you
don't have a right to express your political views on television? i cannot believe that congressman peters actually threatened a local tv station. >> it's sickening. >> it is sickening. and i hope he'll come on this show and explain himself. i can't imagine there's an explanation, but we'll give it a shot. it's an outrage. >> 46th in the world right now for freedom index of the press. coming up here on the press, rick rice is right now with a very special guest. captain america. hey, rick. >> hey, guys. yeah, chris evans, you're the grand marshall of this year's parade. do you have any idea how you got this gig? >> no, no idea. i get a phone call and i say sure. >> do you know what you do? >> i think so. i say drivers start your engines, right? >> now in the past james franco did this last year and he messed it up. is that what you're sticking up sfwhp. >> i hope i don't mess it up. you kind of -- it's just kind of daunt daunting on me how many people are going to be hearing
this. i hope i don't mess it up. >> they're empty now, but there will about about 200,000 people here and millions watching it. i heard about you and i thought, oh, the guy from rush. i feel like those helmsworth guys and this super hero status, what is that like? >> you know, we're all lucky. maybe me more so than them, but i'll take it. >> so your movie, captain america, the second one is coming out. tell me what that movie is about and why it's going to be awesome. >> sure. it's the next chapter in the marvel universe and it's about cap trying to adjust to his new position as a shield agent. it's tough with these model movies. you can't give too much away. i don't know. you'll just have to say see it. >> one of the anchors of our show in new york is an incredible comic book junky. will there be more after this
movie? >> yeah, i think so. marvel does a good job of locking you up in the long-term. hopefully if they do well, we'll be back for a third. >> a lot of anchors, actors go into the directing route. you just did your first one. is it going to be any good? >> i don't know if it's going to be good. i hope it's going to be good. it's tricky. no matter how much planning you think you've done and how prepared you think you are, there will always be unforeseen challenges. and i really enjoyed it. regardless of whether it's good or not, i loved the process. and i hope to do more of it. >> thank you very much for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> good luck today. >> thank you. >> don't mess up those good words. they matter. >> thank you. >> rick talking with captain america this morning. i'm totally bummed. >> i had a couple of questions for him. >> meanwhile, washington won't tackle entitlements or out of
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the situation appears to be unraveling in ukraine. is this obama administration doing enough to respond to this crisis? and what should we be doing? joining us now is congressman adam kinsinger. thanks for joining us this morning. >> good to be here. >> how exactly should the u.s. be responding? it's a murky situation unfolding even as we speak. what's our posture towards ukraine, do you think? >> i think obviously there's no discussion of any military
interaction or anything. but i think, you know, sanctions on travel, joining with the eu to ensure that the leadership that has been very impressive people are punished for that. but there's been some policy developments today. there's been an east-west struggle. it seems like the west has been slow to recognize is actually happening. the obama administration continues to try to grovel to vladimir putin to try to make him happy and putin is bringing the pieces of the soviet union back together. it appears the people are prevailing, although we're by no means done and out of the woods yet. it's important that we stand with the people of ukraine and the president stops stop making the -- on the one hand, the government this, but then on the other hand, the protesters, a middle ground mushiness. he needs to be very clear that ukraine should align themselves with the west and we'll be there for them. >> but russia supplies about 25%
of the natural gas supply. the economic ripples would hurt us, no? >> well, yeah. it could be hurtful. we have obviously very strong energy reserves here. i think it's important to mention that because we talk about the development of our own energy, potentially the exporting of natural gas. we can actually continue over the next decade or so as we develop this to be a counter to the russians using that kind of power. you have to look at that kind of power in hungary, too. they signed a civilian nuclear deal with the russians. the russians gave them a ton of money to do it and the russians are trying to slowly build that soviet union back together again. but this ukraine situation could be a huge blow to them and a very positive movement for freedom if it tns continues as it has over the last 24, 48 hours. >> so the white house announcing there will be no entitlement cut at all, won't reduce spending at all on entitlements, but it looks like the administration does want to cut pay for
military personnel. is this a correct priority in your view? >> absolutely not. this is sad. so we've gotten to pint somehow where it's easier to talk about cuts to the military and to those that are sacrificing every day. i'm a military pilot. i'll tell you, before we can have a grownup discussion about what the drivers of our debt are, we can talk about reforms for a younger person like myself. i'm 35 years old. if you had to make adjustments for me, that's fine, i'm happy to take adjustments to save them for current seniors and those nearing retirement. but what's happening is these cuts are going on the backs of the people on the third and fourth deployment. i think we can talk about retirements in the military and what's happening there for new people coming in, but we are unable, for some reason in washington, to have a grownup discussion with the american people about what's really happening. >> if you asked your average 35-year-old, would you take your retirement benefits two years later, 35 years from now, in
exchange for not cutting the pay to people who are defending your country? i think most people would bsay, of course. congressman, i'm sorry, we're out of time. i appreciate your coming on and adding that perspective as a military pilot. >> you bet. it was great being here. thanks and thanks for bringing attention to an important subject. >> thanks a lot. >> well, the fcc pulling back on planes to police america's news room to send monitors, anyway. they'll still be watching. why did this reversal happen and how did this study get the go ahead in the first place? the man who blew the whistle on this whole thing, an fcc commissioner speaking out to us. and the biggest night in hollywood one week away, so get your pen and paper as we break down the top five things you need to know before oscar night. the movies you may have missed. kevin mccarthy is here. watch this segment. he's that good. ♪ ho ho ho
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movies? oscar noois night is just one week away. who to turn to? of course -- >> >> kevin mccarthy, our favorite movie reviewer here to tell us what we need to see. kevin, welcome. >> tucker, you're like the best confidence booster on the planet, man. you always have the best introductions of all time. >> well, i mean it because i haven't watched a movie in about ten years, and i don't plan to, but i love watching you talk about movies. >> you've got the things we need to know. you can't watch them all. let's try to squeeze three in before oscar sunday. >> so you have nine nominations. the three you necessarily have to say are "american hustle" "12 years of slave" and "american hustle." gravity statistically should win. after the 65 years of the dga, 52 of those films have gone on to win best picture and fwrafty won the dga.
but right now, the current favorite is still 12 years a slave. but keep an eye out for american hustle. american husband the has harvey weinsateen. so keep an eye out for those three. those are the three you have to see before oscar night. >> let's talk about performances, some of the big name actors that did great things this year on the performance screen. >> "dallas buyers club" was a great film. but the performances them were better than the overall movie. matthew mcconaughey and jared letto i feel will take home actors. but mcconaughey, prior to all the other awards, sag, golden globes and critics choice was not the front-runner. but now mcconaughey won all three of those awards. i feel like he's going to win oscar night, but keep an eye out
for leonardo dicaprio. >> and cate blanchett in blue jasmine. you almost can't believe it's cate blanchett. >> and she's better than the movie, as well. she's favored. but keep an eye out. meryl streep has been nominated 19 times. she's nominated for august of sage county, but i think blanchette will take it even though i think sandra bullock deserves it. >> how many sometimes has she been nominated? >> 18 times. >> she's won three times. >> let's talk about the wolf of wall street. a great kids movie. >> it's a pixar film, right? it shocks everyone with its contest, but it shocked on everyone with the nomination. it figured it would get a best picture nomination, but dicaprio beat out tom hanks for captain
philips and robert redford. but the real story is jonah hill. he was only paid $60,000 for that role. he took a punch to the face by an actor named john barenthol in the movie, as well. on oscar night when you hear him name announced, remember i was paid 60 grand and dicaprio was paid $10 million. >> that's income inequality, kevin. >> right. >> and the best of the rest is your fifth on the movie here. >> there's a movie called "her" which i absolutely love. it's going to win original screenplay in my opinion. when joaquin philips shot this film, he shot them with an actress. when it was done, they said i want scarlett johansson in that film, snet. so all the shots are reacting to a different actress, not scarlett johansson. finally, "frozen" is about
to cross the $1 billion mark at the box office. this movie is going to be the number three highest grossing animated feature of all times behind despicable me 2 and "toy story 3." keep an eye out for all that oscar night. >> by the way, "frozen" comes out to buy this week. my kids cannot wait for it. >> so does "gravity." by the way, if you want to follow awl my oscar talk, toll me, @kevinmccarthytv. alfred hitchcock has never won an academy award for best director. >> thank you for reminding everyone of that. kevin, thanks. i'm going to tweet you later about "lego movie." >> i love "lego movie." everything is awesome. coming up later, she caught her daughter bullying on facebook and then this happened. >> i'm reading my bible. get your bible .show them that you're reading your bible. and if i catch you on facebook, i'm beating the hell out of her.
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whew! >> look at that. nail ago 50-yard field goal blindfolded with a spinning ball. plowman had one field goal attempt last soap, but after this video, that might be changing. could you guys do that? >> he was just hired by the chargers. >> here is the question. parents has changed in the digital aid. >> faes fair. >> did you just make a sports reference? >>. >> and he's opening up the technology segment and you're not on. >> parenting has changed in the daj tall age. is it ever a good idea to
humiliate your own children in a facebook video? >> like this woman did after her daughter was bullying children on facebook. her daughter was creating facebook accounts to go on and bully friends. she's a 12-year-old girl. so the mom decided to get her back, scolding her, bullying her on facebook by posting this video. watch. >> you can't be on facebook. >> i can't have a boyfriend. >> i can't have a boyfriend. >> i'm reading my bible. get your bible and show them that you're reading your bible. if i catch you on facebook, i'm beating the hell out of her. >> she threw her daughter off of facebook already because she is getting into trouble on there, creating bogus pages and she was about to get into a fight. she was planning a fight, she was talking to a boy. you heard she's not allowed to have a boyfriend. >> are you reading your bible? >> i'm reading my bible. >> i'm going to beat the tar out
of you. >> way to encourage children to learn. >> but sometimesen conventional parent canning work, right? >> so do you agree with the sandwich board parents that make their kids stand out on the corner with a sandwich board? >> i think if you're desire is to make the child hate you for life and grow up to become a mime or some other embarrassing life choice like that, yeah, i think it's not a bad plan. >> mime is not a bad choice. >> every mime has a parent like that. >> margaret writes in and says the mother has a right to discipline her own child. i think the mom is making a point, that the mom is in charge, not the child. >> really? because if your kid is making you act that unreasonable and crazy in public, the kid is in charge. >> mark from new york says the tween was arranging a physical fight on facebook, hence, the
reasoning of the mother. i support her. at least she's proactive. >> yeah. beating the hell out of your child is proactive. >> i would not discipline my child on facebook because i don't think it would be right for this to be presented to strangers. you're doing the exact same thing that you're criticizing your daughter for doing. >> and doing it for public. everyone loses their temple, but don't post it. >> i think they both seem to be crying out for attention. >> i wonder where her daughter got it from, by the way. other news stories making headlines, a tragic end for a search for missing college students in italy. derkin was last seen early thursday morning at a bar with american students. friends who were with him that night say he stayed behind after they had left that bar. mitt romney is teaming up with chris christie. the former presidential candidate will fund raise
alongside governor christie at an event in boston. the event will be focused on raising money for the governor's association. the two have remained close since the 2012 election when christie was a possible vice president nominee. a texas man has turned away from the voting booth because of his pro gun t-shirt. chris driscol is a staunch supporter of the amendment, but when he showed up to vote, he was told to turn that shirt inside out or leave. but the reason, there was a bill on the ballot for concealed carry. and there's no campaigning within 350 feet of the polling area. and the daytona 500 is today. >> hey, guys, yeah. so imagine where you were at 23 years old and if you had accomplished much in your life. i know i was barely figuring it
out and mostly drunk all the time at 23. now we've got a 23-year-old joey logano. you qualified for the chase last year. that's pretty impressive. >> yeah. it was a good year. we were looking for a championship, so eighth place is not good enough. i feel like i can two up there and is win the race, but it's 500 miles. he have to take our time, be patient and have that discipline to stay in line until the end. >> it's interesting you say eighth place was not good enough. >> i want to win. last year was my first year with roger penske. there was that learning curve we had to go through. after going through all that and having a solid season, that was good. but this year, the bar was
raised a lot. he said you were expecting a championship this year. so it's time to settle up the game a little bit. it starts today and we're ready for it. >> everybody respects you and thinks you have the talent for that. what's it like when you come out here? you look at all of this that's going on around you. what is that like? >> it's a lot. i remember my first race i started here at the daytona 500. being able to walk out on pit road, the cars lined up, being ready to go, this is our biggest race of the year here in nascar. when you do that for the first time, it kind of hits you. but now, you know, it's my sixth of seventh time i'm doing this. you kind of get in that rhythm. so you get in a rhythm and relax a little bit and learn to enjoy it. the more you relax, the better you can do your job. >> of course. well, i know, i think you just said it. you're 23rd and it's the sixth or seventh time you've done this. jo joey, thanks a lot.
have a safe ride. back to you. >> thanks, rick. the sec has dropped plans to put monitors in america's news room. the study continues, however. where was the mainstream media the all this? why weren't they outraged by the obama administration. shouldn't we be concerned? >> and have you heard this song? >> yes, it's so good. and they're here to perform.
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the fcc is pulling its plug to snoop in america's news room across the country, but that's not thanks to the work of the mainstream media. the story was ignored by the associated press and the "new york times." and all three of the major networks failed to report it on the nightly news cast and online, by the way.
so shouldn't the media be doing its job in protecting its own freedom? the host of media buzz analyses this on fox news channel. howard kurtz, i have to get your reaction just from learning about this story this week and then we'll dive into specific cases here. >> this is such an outrage, it's hard for me to fathom why the fcc thought it was a good idea to stick its nose into news rooms, but you look at the names in this piloted projects about wantsing to know about news philosophy and perceived bias. who in their right mind thinks it's a good idea for the government to be sitting in judgment about whether or not television coverage is fair? >> right. going into news rooms, telling them they need to cover more stories about diversity or they need to cover this particular story or that particular story just to get an idea of what news reporters and anchors are doing. but what struck me, though, beyond the fact that the "new york times" didn't cover it or the associated press was the
fact that the nightly news cast didn't cover it. the broadcast news cast whom the fcc directly affects, it could affect their licenses that owned and operated stations across the united states. did that strike you as odd? >> the nightly news cast doesn't get to a lot of stories. but it is odd and perhaps some of these news organizations, not just the forecast networks, i should say, view this as a conservative issue because most of the criticism here came from the right. that is exactly wrong. liberals should be just as outraged over this notion that the federal communications commission, which has this vast clout because they can yank station licenses is poking around and even despite the bureaucratic language in how networks do their job, how they gather the news, that's a throw back to the days when we had basically three networks and didn't have a million internet sites and a vibrant cable news business. so the ideal that this was not
fit to print, you know, is really puzzling given this is a big red siren for those of us who care about it. >> we spoke to the karm this morning who said we just have to be vigilant. so i said is this going to happen again? he couldn't assure me of it. we didn't know the answer to that. what do you have coming up on media buzz today? >> we're talking about the way that cable news has inflamed these rationally charged trials, like the george zimmerman trial and special guests fox's maria bartoromo. >> excited to see that. howard kurtz, always nice to see you here on "fox & friends." and check out media buzz today on the fox news channel at 11:00 a.m. >> thank you. coming up here on the show, parents, listen up. it's the education overhaul that has all of you scratching your
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>> earlier on the show we discussed the common core standards we set up. mike kelly stuck around for a couple of hours now. he has been answering some of them. 5,000 views and hundreds of questions. what was the general theme? >> generally speaking, we took over 500 questions and maybe over 100 answers. there is a lot of fashion out there because i think education is important, but a lot of misinformation. a lot of people are concerned about the homework assignments they are getting and i would say part of the implementation and these things are all over the lot. i encourage teachers and parents to get involved and standards
are set. we want to achieve them. homework is evolving and they are all over the lot. we look to achieve higher standards and parents and teachers are working to get there and make sure that the assignment is square with what the standards are meant to achieve. >> isn't that a key to education? when they are not, 245i tend not to. >> there is really a tremendous amount of passion and misinformation. >> we really appreciate you sticking around for us. >> we have taken over your morning. sorry about that. >> he missed church and all is okay? >> we go to the 8:00 mass and we will get to it later. >> we have a fun set here. >> thank you for sticking around. we appreciate it. >> logon for more of the daytona 500. fox and friends.com for the after the show. thanks, everyone. we will see you next saturday.
we begin a fox news alert. a deadly incident at a restaurant in a mall oeds new york city and a popular mall at that. the 55-year-old manager died after being overcome by carbon monoxide. two dozen were hospitalized, many in critical condition, now upgraded to stable. many started fainting, not knowing the cause. >> they started everyone out. they didn't give us a reason. they started telling everyone to get out. it was bizarre. the day was normal and