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hi friends. good morning, it's sunday the 1st of march 2015. it's the feedback. >> and the are presidential is rand paul. >> and the crowd cheering president paul. is he the real one to watch in 2016? and brand-new video shows the moment surrounding the assassination of a russian leader. and how this russian model is being blamed for his death. then it may have gone too
far mocking a father/daughter military commercial using isis, watch. >> looks like you're right. you be careful, okay? >> dad. >> is it funny or tasteless? crowd's laughing. are you? you decide. "fox and friends" begins right now. welcome to march, everybody. >> good morning. >> is it march already? >> it is march. >> high five. >> in like a lion, out like a lamb. first, we've got this fox news alert. >> let's get right to the fox news alert. venezuela accusing a man of
espionage. the state department is looking into it. >> dens continue to rise between the united states and venezuela. the president nick lags ma dura said the white house is planning to overthrow him and he is banning some from entering the country including marco rubio who spoke about it on fox news, watch. >> i >> i love the people of venezuela. i want that country to have freedoms. i want them to have human right. and to be banned by a leader like like nicholas maolas maduro. >> just as loud and -- >> and even less confident. >> all right. impasse over the weekend. and there was a straw poll as there always is. we'll tell you what happened. watch this. >> the winner of the c-pac 2015
presidential straw poll is rand paul. [ cheers and applause ] >> that's the third time, of course, that's the third in a row he's won the straw poll. does it really matter? i don't know. >> they showed what's interesting, scott walker, perhaps, coming in second place with 21% of the votes. ted cruz came in third. carson fourth. the list all the way down to the line to chris christie. >> and rand paul talking about getting in government out of the way to embrace the economy, you know creating jobs by lowering taxes. you know, the same talking points that you always hear from rand paul. >> he said this the constitutional conservative, our part has spoken to a loud and
clear voice today i'll don't do my part. i hope you join me in doing a better and border party. >> scott walker who didn't put much into it and still comes in second. i would say a third part of this would be jeb bush whose game there -- he got a lot of boos there in the beginning but turned the audience around as he got deeper in the issues including immigration and started getting applause. so rand paul not a surprise win. but i think the surprise there is that governor walker did well. and jeb bush coming in at number five. but still turning the crowd around. >> do the straw polls actually matter, until you follow closely, of course. >> i don't know romney won before he got the nomination. most straw poll are out in left field. i am surprised that rand paul won. everyone hates rand paul in
washington. they hate they hate him in both parties. >> but who are the people who vote there? >> they're the activists. 11,000 of them. people who care enough to show up in maryland for a three-day event. it doesn't mean you're going to win a bunch of primaries, but it does say something. i don't know 26 points pretty good. >> they've got them >> they've got them in there with their supporters. >> they call do. >> even for just the way it looks on vision and the way it sounds on television you warrant that applause for your team. >> i mean, look at these numbers. rand paul, 25.7. scott walker, ted cruz ben carson. all the way down to 8.3, jeb bush. marco rubio 3.7, chris christie, 2.8. what's the theme here? look, it tells you if there's one take-away it means the
grassroots are looking for grassroots candidates. >> what does this mean for rand paul and -- >> well, jeb bush has a lot of support in the fund-raising team. there's another side to it which is conservative act that visits and they want a different set of candidates. >> and the grassroots can put up the same amount of money that jeb bush can put up. on stories making headlines this sunday morning. brand-new video appears to show the moments surrounding the assassination of boris nemtsov. it is tough to see so look closely here at your screen. a russian television station claiming it show, nets sov and his girlfriend just before the shooting. they're then they're then blocked by a crowd. the next thing you see is presumably the gunman running and getting away in a passing car. russian investigators now claim nets sov's relationship with this 23-year-old model may have.
proed the shooting. at this hour, thousands are gathering in moscow for a memorial march. overnight, the tackiest place on earth catches fire. check out the flames before it's a small worldwide in disneyland. the fire sparked by the nightly fireworks shows no one was hurt. the attraction was not damage when friends and family gather for the funeral of leonard leonar leonard nimoy. richard shatner saying he is doing charity work and. he said i feel really awful, here i am doing charity work and one might have dearest friends is being buried. in less than an hour, the astronauts will go ahead with a space walk on the international
space walk. there was worry that the walk would be chance issed after the astronaut burke noticed consense dags wednesday. nasa said the astronaut was never in any danger. they are looking at the space station. >> if >> if you go around the space station, they charge you more. >> the theory is the city at this college in tennessee asi long way away from isis. this is a professor ex expressing. his man has spoken out about moscow not representing his faith. he said he said isis does not represent my faith it's they're actions
are in contradiction to my faith and i'm appalled what the they're doing in the name of my faith. and they have said this is an act of worship. that it somebody kills me god is going to reward them. >> and he's taken a position this is exactly what we need from muslim leaders around the world and the united states, in particular, when we're faced with the idea that it's not okay to call muslim extremism, muslim extremism. >> what's scary, every time one of these is issued, really going to come all the way from syria to memphisy we saw in netherlands, recently saw in holland, denmark, they can reach out to the west and they have and kill their critics. >> more, though, first, it's march. >> certainly >> certainly coming in like a lion. rain in parts of the cancelling 1,000 flights at the
airports yesterday. >> boston expecting another 3 to 6 inches of snow because they haven't gotten any this winter. and that could put them over the edge for the highest snow total in the city's history. there's on one man who can stop it, and he's right here. >> stop it? >> yes, please. >> i had a friend leaving for boston yesterday. she said it's having so many ripple effects on people's minds there. boston under a good day, you can barely get around with traffic. you put all that snow there on sidewalks, it's piling up everywhere. people are just starting to go crazy. there's there's lawlessness on the roads. roads have turned into a one-way street. people, of course, try to park there. we've got more snow coming. temperaturewise, it's cool in all parts of the south. it went up 10 degrees in chicago after being minus 8. here's were we have winter
storms watches and warnings through the mid-atlantic and the northeast. even around virginia, they have freezing rain that could make roads very, very slick throughout the day. this is the storm, we're starting to see more moisture coming across parts of the carolinas. but the snowy part is just north of the ohio river. it's going to make its way into philadelphia and new york probably by late morning and early afternoon. same goes for boston. it warms up a lot behind this. we're going to see much warmer air through the next batch of storms drewing through parts of the southwest. another rainy day there. >> that know is coming in later today? >> >> correct. >> thank you. coming up he's an illegal alien and a known gang member. how he's accused of murdering four people including a reality tv star. he's protected by president obama's amnesty policy. a senator wants answerses. and the roof collapses as a
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and was protected from deportation from the administration? >> i have information from a reliable source that needs me to believe that not only was he' a suspected gang member but you used the words, quote/unquote known gang member, why was he left in this country and obviously he's being held for the murder of these four people. so my request to the secretary of homeland security is i want to know why and what led to this. did had he did had he apply? was he a known gang member, et cetera? and i expect this information in backup documents from the secretary of homeland security. i gave a march 9th deadline. they surely ought to meet it. i think there's a bigger problem, though, tucker. and for a long period of time i and my staff have been noting within the department of homeland security, immigration division of it.
that there's been a great deal of peer pressure among adjudicators, to get to what we saw get to yes. in other words if you can't approve these people and they're denied, we're going to send it up the chain of command for approval. because we because we -- the message goes out then that we want these people not deported. >> yes. and virtually no one is deported. just a tiny number of people, relatively speaking who are deported, correct? >> early last year, there were 36,000 people that were put up for deportation, and then were released. and some of those had even committed murder. now, we have this example of hernandez being given deterred action and responsible for the murder of four people. the president himself if you remember, said a year before
doca was announced that he didn't have the constitutional authority to do it. here we have an amnesty issue that led to the murder of four people. >> is there any congress >> is there any congress review about this? >> sure, we can take away the president's authority. we're trying to do that now through an appropriation bill. we can pass a good immigration bill that secures the borders. and making sure that we have interior enforcement. >> so will -- you've demanded something. was this guy given a stay of deportation, they haven't responded yet. do you think they will? >> well, they better. you know, i'm chairman of the committee. before i before i was compharman of the committee, they all used the excuse that they didn't have to respond to an individual senator, only chairman. now, they don't like to give these answers out, so i wouldn't be surprised that they'll come up with some other reason that they can't give the information
out. but it's very embarrassing to them. so you can understand why they had might be reluctant to give out information that would further demonstrate that the president's unconstitutional action is leading to murder. >> i can certainly see that. we'll see. march 9th, is that the date? >> yes. >> we'll be following it. senator chuck grassley. thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> thank you. coming up, it was coming up, it was one of the most popular super bowl commercials but last night "saturday night live" remade it like this. >> looks like your ride, kid. [ laughter ] you be careful, okay. >> dad, it's just isis. >> hilarious? or too much or both? and if they smell pot, that's not enough to pull you over? does that make sense? debating next.
happy sunday. some quick headlines around the world now. three al qaeda militants are believed to be dead following a u.s.-led drone strike in yemen. and aprime minister benjamin netanyahu headed to washington, d.c. for his controversial address to congress. the number of democrats skipping out on his speech has ballooned to 34. that does include vice president joe biden. and brand-new footage of english school girls who came
home to join isis. they show the girls walking through before they were believed they were smuggled to southern syria. and what if police smell liquor on a driver's breath, does that mean they can go free. here are elliott feeley and matt ticer. nice to see both of you, matt, you're defending this position the cops if they smell weed, even sitting behind the wheel of a car, they don't have to pull them over or intervene, why not? >> look for years, a police concept has been to pull over a car full of young black men. the cop said he smells some kind of marijuana smell. they pulled everybody in the car out, they put him on the ground you shake a tree enough time, a
nut is going to fall out. you do that 100 times one time you find something 99 time, what you're doing is creating a whole group of people who are really angry at the police for being harassed by the police for no good reason. >> elliott. >> i completely disagree. look, when it comes to pot the nose knows. when i was a prosecutor, i oversaw the prosecution of literally thousands of low-level drug cases including marijuana cases. i can tell you every single time that an officer sees evidence based on smell and suspicion of pot and it was sent 0 to the lab, it came back to the for pot. what does that meaner the suspicion based on odor turned out to be a reasonable one. and that's a certainty because that's the prevailing cons stufgs standard. under the law when have you a reasonable suspicion of criminal activity, you're allowed to stop, to detain, to investigate further, okay? so, if in my experience the smell led to a reasonable
suspicion, then this -- this guideline contradicts that. >> matt, on that point, though, i mean, is there a double standard here which is if police officers smell, empty liquor bottles in the car and they smell alcohol, you're going to get locked under or handcuffed. if they smell pot, they give you the good to go? >> no the rules for d.c. on alcohol and marijuana, it's basically the same thing. if they pull you over and a cloud of smoke comes out, the rule is not to ignore that. and they do a breath liez to see if you're drunk. >> what if you're not driving. and you're sitting there and the car is smoking. >> in d.c. be the law is crystal clear, you're not allowed to smeek marijuana in public. it's just like alcohol. except you can legally buy and sell alcohol. with marijuana in d.c. you've
got to come to possess it somehow. they'll deal with that they'll deal with that later. >> elliott. >> that's the problem, it's still illegal in some circumstances. you can't smoke it out on the streets. how how do you detect it on the streets? you're saying you can't use the effect of smell but they can do it on what appearance? if you're going to leave some of these marijuana laws on the books, don't take away the ability of a cop to use their basic sense enforce the law on the books. >> to that point are, the cops say i didn't smell it i saw that the joint was small, smaller than a cigarette, so that's why i arrested the person. >> look that's fine. if a cop seeing somebody smoking air marijuana, they're breaking a law. that's that's illegal in d.c. it's illegal in colorado. just take you can't take a bottle of vodka and drink that. if you're in your house smoking marijuana here in d.c. that's now legal. if a cop smells you walking down
the street with marijuana, that's not a reason to think there's criminal sktivity. even if elliott is right that a cop's nose is right. which i think is wrong. if a cop smells it and does a search and doesn't find anything, in my mind there are way more of those than interactions with the police that turn into a criminal case. >> elliott, the final word. >> if you want to fully decriminalize like in colorado do that. >> that's exactly what we've done in d.c. >> it's legal in d.c. now. >> not fully. >> not federally. >> there's still a cloud of smoke hovering over this whole thing. elliott and matt nice to see you. >> have a >> have a great day. >> thank you. coming up on the show, it came out of nowhere. a state trooper runs for his
life as a tractor trailer plows right into his cruiser. even what is more incredible what you don't see here. he's only 12 years old but his message to the president is getting attention. >> here in america, we don't back down to terrorists. we fight them on their battleground and we annihilate them to the very end. >> facebook has shut him down. join us live for reaction.
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welcome back to "fox & friends." if you catch "saturday night live" last night you probably so the super bowl in one of the most talked about commercials that played during the super bowl. "saturday night live" took them to task and mocked one of the commercials. let's show you one of the original ones. that had dad kind of crying. take a look. >> being a dad is more than being a father. it's a choice. ♪ a choice to get hurt, rather than to hurt. ♪ to be bold when others are scared. ♪ a choice that says you'll be
there. to show them right from wrong. ♪ by your words and by your actions. being a dad is more than being a father. it's a commitment. one that will make a wonderful human being. who will make their own choices some day. >> that's so heartfelt right? >> i never saw that. >> for years, dads were just on television bumbling fools. finally in the super bowl show they show dad. i love this. >> well, you know very often "saturday night live" will take what's going on in pop culture. rip things from the headlines and put their little spin on things and make people laugh. well, this sketch didn't make a whole lot of people laugh. it made a whole lot of people mad. watch. >> hey dad -- >> yeah? >> thanks.
>> you got it kiddo. looks like your ride's here. [ laughter ] >> you be careful, okay? >> dad, it's just isis. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> take care of her. >> all right. wow. that's pretty heavy-duty isn't it? >> yeah. >> so it's hard to think of that. appalling, kind of funny. the question is should we be mocking isis? >> comics push the envelope every once in a while they're going to push it too far. and it's going to bust wide
open. every joke they tell isn't going to be a home run. you want to cry but you probably joke about it. >> when you're mocking a daughter fight for her country. and then the daughter is going off to fight for isis. >> you know people on social media not impressed by it all. twitter exploded last night. here's an example, "snl" just hit rock bottom with isis skit. >> and wow, i find nothing funny about that. isis "snl" skit, sorry. no laughing matter ever. >> and yeah, i love "snl," but it left a bad taste. >> remember the whole boston bombing and 9/11 jokes. and he was talking about the freedom tower. how it should be renamed the never go in there tower. >> you know i think kind of
like comedy that goes as far as it can i actually feel like shows like "snl" and comedy in general does stop short of the sacred cows on the left. i'd love to see them making fun of transgender bathrooms. you'll never, ever see that. why? it's a different line that most of us perceive. >> they do mock the obama administration. >> in an affectionate way. we mock him because we love him. i'd love to see it around climate change. that would be bold. >> i don't know. did they do anything with the inconvenient truth and al gore? >> no. >> what do you think? >> yeah, go to our facebook page. you can weigh you can weigh in. we'll put up that video again you can weigh in. tell us your thoughts funny or thought. some stories making headlines. jihadi john the british-had born executioner recently unmasked as
muhammad emwazi was a lovely boy according to one of his high school issues. the school said they're shocked and sickened by the news of their now infamous alum. and an ohio state trooper and a stranded driver are nearly run over by a semi truck. >> a trooper and the driver were walking back to the squad car to to wait for a tow truck. the trooper yells to get out of the way. and the two jumped out. the driver said the trooper's quick thinking saved his life. the semi driver. >>. and a roof collapses on the ice. officials say heavy snow on the rooftop was too much for
40-year-old building to handle and it buckled. >> i was looking back at the coaches to see if nerve waseveryone was out of the building. >> i freaked out. and a prom dream come true, a die-hard philadelphia eagles fan will go to the dance with her favorite player. emmanuel acho linebacker told hanna delmonty if she got 10000 retweets. and she did in a matter of hours. acho showed up to ask her. the dance is in may. and hanna shows up with an eagles green dress. >> those are your headlines.
>> rick lindsey? >> more snow coming to the east. nice to see you rick. >> yeah, more snow on the way. eventually coming back into the week. we'll take a look at the map. here is what it feels like, the windchill around there. you feel it around it's not like 90 degrees out there. but we've got very cool air across the northern plains and new england. and here's your actual air temperature. we're still cooler in we're still cooler in atlanta, 38 degrees. now, take a look at this here, we've got all kinds of winter weather. from the mountains to san diego where we're going to be seeing snow throughout the day. we have blizzard warnings across parts of southern california. then through texas, through the central plains. through the ohio valley. towards the northeast. and parts of the southeast into northeast georgia and into the carolinas. take a take a look at it. with ice storm warnings across that area. so a lot of states being affected by that storm.
we're seeing the icing across parts of north carolina. you'll see that building through virginia throughout the day. maybe a lot of icing towards d.c. and heavier part of the snow just to the south of chicago through indianapolis through columbus, ohio. throughout the day spreading into northeast. guys here we go. again, more snow, more cold on the first day of meteorological spring. >> ice skating rinks, roofs collapsing -- chaos out there. some people think the job of meteorologists is to predict the weather, i think it's to control the weather. secretary of state john kerry and new reports that isis has begun kidnapping and beheading christians. is the u.s. doing enough to protect christians in the middle east. father john weighs in next. and this is a mug shot of a mug shot. what's going on behind the camera. it's happening. today, more and more
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headlines for you a fox news alert. happening right now, supporters of russian opposition leader boris nemtsov are gathering after he was gunned outside a scare yesterday. the march was planned but cancelled after the assassination. an an oklahoma woman makes a funny face of being booked on champs of driving without insurance on a suspended license in tulsa. served two days in jail before being released. secretary of state john kerry declaring that the world has never been safer. >> we are actually living in a period of less daily threats to americans and people in the world than normally. >> but with isis kidnapping an estimated 200 christians and now reportedly starting to behead them can the world be safer?
>> joining us now is fox news religious contributor father john. >> good >> good morning. >> christians are under attack. and they believe there's a cleansing of christians going on. and why won't they do that to help? >> the statement by sec kerry there, you know may be objectivelile true in the middle of world war ii, with more danger to us, yes. but do we want our government to be taking us back to world war ii, world war i, you're say hey, it could be worse. no especially tucker, when, as you say, there are people right now being slaughtered precisely because they're christians. obviously, nuclear threat in the hands of shameless roo regimes like iran.
secondly isis on the prowl and taking over huge swaths of iraq, syria, libya. those are the types of thing that we want secretary kerry, the president speaking about saying that is unacceptable. >> how difficult is it for the religious leaders to square to de pulpit talking? can you call for boots on the ground? >> that's a great question. >>-k should religious leaders be doing that? thousands displaced by jihadists and hundreds kidnapped. >> would you want religious leaders to be speaking out against nazi germany? >> yes. >> of course. do you want religious leaders to be saying this is what should happen as far as boots on the ground? no. first of all i don't are that
technology of military strategy but should i stand up to the principle of innocent people being slaughteredy edslaughtered? yes. religious leaders do it in a quieter way. should we be quiet right now? this is a time for to us stand up and speak out very strongly. you know especially when our political leader some of them are not. >> these are things that isis is doing. all of the muslim extremist group, a lot of them talking. we talked about them had targeting the mall of america. you remember last year, they will executing people who said yes, i'm a christian. if theys stole s es extolled their
beliefs. on a sunday morning when christians are going to church what should they be thinking? >> well, it's overwhelming. christians saying what do i do. 200 christians captured and looking like they're going to be beheaded soon. what do we do about that? we have to praise, number one. number two, we have to speak up to the ability that we have to social media writing to the president, writing to congress saying enough is enough. our religious leaders have a responsibility to say we're not going to be quiet about it even from the pulpit. >> spanish, english italian. >> father, it's good to see you. >> thank you very much. the show is only 12 years. the message to the president is getting attention. >> here in america we don't back down to terrorists. we fight them them on our own battleground and we annihilate them to the very end. >> now, facebook has shut him
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down to terrorists. we fight them on our own battleground and we annihilate them to the very end. >> there was a viral video, 12-year-old t.c. pearson, a self-proclaimed conservative posted to his facebook beige. regarding comments that mayor gg rudy giuliani made about barack obama. >> we have him here. nice to see you. >> better dressed than we are. nice to see you. what made you roll out of bed as you were at the time when you heard that mayor rudy giuliani was being criticized. what made you get on facebook and post that video. to hear mayor giuliani being called a racist and bigot. racist -- it angered me. to be honest i feel like a lot of americans feel the same way.
to me, i had the urge to post this video. i rolled out of bed, i spoke to that camera and i posted the video. i think it was well received by many people who watched it. >> it certainly got a lot of attention. then your facebook page got shut down, what happened exactly? >> well, i went to the log-in on friday and it didn't allow me to login. i read about it i read about time and time again that they have shut down conservatives' accounts after they speak up. i thought if they're going to stifle freedom of speech and the first amendment, then it makes in honesty no sense when someone talks about it they shouldn't welcome, not taken away. >> 1.2 million people have viewed this. and they may not have otherwise have -- have the headlines about
facebook doing this to you. how do you handle that? >> well, i can the 1.2 million who viewed i think they viewed because i believe -- i was completely direct with that. i didn't sugarcoat anything. i was direct with the president. i was very -- i was very rationale when i made it. but i was very direct when i made his point about his love for america and how he decided to deal with isis. i would say that facebook, regardless of whether they disagree, or whatever that's not the point. i think the point is this, when a person decides to speak up their had voice shouldn't be hindered because of someone disagreeing. >> did >> did google take it down too? >> it is still up. >> google kept it up, facebook didn't. your parents are democrats. how did you fall so far from the tree? >> i think it's a >> i think it's a matter of finding my own way politically. to me i wanted to find may own
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hi everyone. good morning and welcome to march. it's sunday, march 1st. i'm anna kooiman. brand-new video showing the anasization of a russian opposition leader. in the shadow of the kremlin. the unusual plot twist, how this model plays into it all. and it's c pac. >> and the c-pac 2016 candidate is rand paul. >> wow, president paul we'll tell hue won and what it means. and it was one of the most
popular super bowl commercials but last night's "saturday night live" remade it. take a look. >> dad, it's just isis. >> take care of her. >> "saturday night live" finally go too far? "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. well good morning. it's march 1st. you made it through february. congratulations. >> first day in a meteorological change but 2 doesn't feel like that. >> with another storm heading to >> with another storm heading to the northeast. it's warm down in florida where the cpac straw poll unfolded. after a few days at cpac. they always do the straw poll where about 11,000 fete togetherget together and vote. and vote.
>> winner of the cpac 2015 presidential straw poll is rand paul! >> so, here it is. keep in mind, the candidates raising the most money are not necessarily the ones doing well in the straw poll. paul 26%. scott walker, 21%. ted cruz at 11.5%. carson 11%. and jeb bub at 8.3%. and here's rand paul though, on winning the straw poll. he said this the constitutional conservatives of our party have spoken in a loud and clear voice today. i plan on doing my part, and i hope you will join me as i continue to make the gop a bigger, better and bolder party. i guess there's obviously a huge
divide between the people who run and fund the republican party in washington. and the people who vote for republican candidates in the early primary stage. rand paul was is reviled in washington. definitely. he's really, truly, disliked by the establishment. but, according to these results he's doing pretty well among the voters. >> yeah, and jeb bush you're sixth on the list list. >> there may be a message here. candidates evolve over time. you know they look at what their voters want. they think through their position,thy hone them. >> there's a part in the primaries when conservative candidates are forced to be even more conservative to get the nod. then going through the general election it it make it tougher. >> it can be fun. jeb bush said willing to lose the primaries to win the general. we do we do have other stories making headlines on sunday.
another fox news alert. a u.s. pilot captured accusing him of espionage. the state department not confirming the claim but they had they are looking into it. venezuela's president nicolas maduro is convinced that the swhous whit white house is trying to overthrow him. and another fox news alert right now, thousands of people are gathering in moscow to rememberder boris nemtsov after his assassination outside the kremlin. brand-new video surfaceing appearing to show the shooting. it shows the leader and his girlfriend walking across the bridge. the next the next person sigh, presumably, the gunman running away and getting in a car.
and it's now about the relationship between nemtsov's relationship with the 23-year-old model that may have prompted the shooting. and check out the flames coming from behind the trees behind it's a small world ride in disneyland. no one was hurt. and the attraction was not damaged fireworks were also responsible for an attraction in disney world last year as disney once again raises their ticket prices. when friends and family gather for leonard nimoy's funeral one man will not be in attendance. co-star william shatner said he'll be missing the funeral because he committed to a function. he said i feel really awful here i am doing charity work and one of my dearest friends is being buried. >> and another one not attending the funeral astronaut burke
sending out this tribute. >> that's a quick funeral for hollywood. usually, it takes a while. while ice isis threats around the country a message from an air force, the fleet is smaller than before. from deborah james everybody wants more air force. all of this is happening at precisely the time when we have reduced end strength to the point of actually making us the smallest air force that we've ever been. and we're under strain and something's got to give. we've seen the recent shift to unmanned drones and fewer piloted aircraft. >> yeah. and you want to make sure we can reassure our allies should something come up and they need
our help, and we need our own help you want them to know our capabilities as well and have them fear us and shake in their boots so they don't act. >> there's a ton of waste in the government and pentagon. let's not forget protecting the government is not the function of government it is the core function of government. it's not to provide health care or make people happy to get them to lose weight. those are the benefits. the whole point is to protect america. and if you're failing at that, you're failing. that's the only measure. >> you're saying that's more important than the food pyramid. >> i'm thinking it's even more important than forcing cvs to stop selling cigarettes. we have a head line out of tennessee when you have death threats being thrown add a tennessee muslim college professor who getting up in college and speaks about his
faith, talks about that isis does not represent his faith. he also speaks at his mosque about the very same thing. >> the rhodes college professor said isis does not represent my faith, their actions do not represent my faith. and i'm appalled at what they are doing in the name of my faith. and they have and they have said this is an act of worship that if somebody kills me god is going to reward them. we encourage people to stand up and speak out. call it what it is, something our president is unable to do. but then you have this happening. >> the president is unable to do it because the white house sees this officially as a secular problem. a crime. a crime. isis, they're criminals. >> no they're not, they're religious fanatics. we can't join that war because
we see it as a secular problem. >> meanwhile did you watch "saturday night live" last night? many of you maybe stayed up until midnight to watch it. maybe you saw the super bowl commercial. let's show you the original commercial and see how you respond to "saturday night live." watch this. >> being a dad is more than being a father. ♪ it's a it's a choice. ♪ a choice to get hurt rather than to hurt. ♪ to be bold when others are scared. ♪ a choice that says is you'll be there. to show right from wrong. ♪ by your words and by your actions. being a dad is more than being a
father. it's a it's a commitment. one that will make a wonderful human being. who will make their own choices some day. >> hey, dad? >> yeah? >> thanks. >> you got it kiddo. looks like your ride's here. [ laughter ] you be careful okay? >> dad. it's just isis. [ laughter ] >> take care of her. >> that's every dad's worst fear, i guess.
do you think that "snl" went too far comments weighing in. barbara on facebook writes i think this video was horrendous. it shows here not taking isis seriously. and then that was freaking hysterically funny. >> then isis is no joke and "snl" has just showed the world why i have not watched them in years and never will again. >> and going over and joined basically the middle ages for sudden death and horrible life that they're living in syria right now. why would they do that? this is another reminder. is this a religious conflict. people knowing by religious conflict, by faith. it's not like anything we do. it's totally different.
>> it brings attention to a top take we concern certainly ignore. comics will say this is just art. are they hiding behind the fact that their comedy is art? or helping to us deal with a topic that nobody wants to touch like ageism, or sexism or racism. do you have that? >> some of the best comedy are things we're scared to touch. we have a long history of comedians to not. >> i would never stop talking about racism. >> well, was it funny or go over the line? go ahead and comment. more snow coming across parts of the northeast and boston, you need five more inches to do your all-time snowiest season. we'll be right around this by the time of monday north. can't say five for sure but i'm sure we'll get that through march.
this is a storm and have significant icing going on across the carolinas. 911 reports there are calls coming in on the roads in north carolina. be careful if you're driving on the road that threat has spread to virginia as well. snow to the north of us 1 to 3 inches there. a bigger storm in parts of the northwest, rain and mountains who desperately need it, they're going to get it. >> that's great news. they got winter just in time for 123ri7k. >> just in >> just in time. coming coming up, how do you deal with an american guilty of supporting isis. don't send them to prison. send them to community service that smocking story is up next. and world war ii veteran and his trusty side kick proves that you're never too old for a picture. ♪ ♪ you get sick you can't breathe through your nose...
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fox news alert this sunday morning. happening right now, astronauts are conducting a space walk outside the international space station. they're rigging the space capsule for an ice taxi. tucker. >> thanks, anna. so he pled guilty to attempting to provide materiel support to isis. he was at the minneapolis airport when he was intercepted trying to get to syria to fight on behalf of isis. he's reportedly staying at a
halfway house. in hopes of making him into a basketball coach and team mentor. the retired special fbi agent joins us now. thanks for joining us. this guy was apprehended in the wake of fighting for isis. now is being trained by the state using taxpayer dollars to become a teen mentor. is this real? >> apparently, it's real. i don't know if it's the best idea. i can understand wanting to take somebody and redeem them. this is an 18-year-old kid that needs to be deprogrammed. not just leading in the right path to become a basketball coach. literally, he's part of -- even though he's on the fringes. he's part of an islamic death cult. he needs to be deprogrammed from the ultimate reality that they put into this brain. >> also basketball coach and teen mentor. does no one have a real job anymore? how about an hvac repairman.
why should taxpayers pay for this. why should someone be rewarded for trying to join isis. it's perverse. >> yes, it is perverse tucker. i don't understand that people behind this concept are living in an alternate reality much like this kid was. the fact is that he was programmed by radical islamists to believe this totally ridiculous concept of what america is. and what islamic radicalism is and that that's the better way of living. and this kid doesn't deserve to be promoted in any way. he should be -- first of all, i'm hoping that this deal includes some kind of extensive cooperation with law enforcement. and that this individual is being forcedby the fbi and local law enforcement cooperate completely and help them figure out this recruitment process so they can prevent other people from being started. not only that, but he should be learning, as you said, some
protect proindication. >> i think he should be proindication. >> i think he should be around adults and need adults and need supervisor from individuals with law enforcement community to not only make sure he stays on the straight and narrow path and understanding what he did was terribly wrong. and that the individuals recruiting him need to be stopped and that he could be a good cog in that machine. >> tim clemente, great to see you this morning. thanks for coming on. >> thanks tucker. coming up there were serious concern that's department of homeland security would shut down on friday. it didn't happen. if you thought democrats were using the threat to raise money. we'll show you the e-mail. the battle reignited on the lacrosse field. hear the story of two remarkable heroes when they join us live next.
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let's get up and get moving. time for your "news by the numbers." $200,000. that's how much money democrats reportedly tried to race in response to the dhs shutdown that never happened. the dcc apologize for the error. next, two a mysterious light was spotted on a dwarf planet in the scholar system. nasa can't explain the bright spots. but they could indicate volcanic origins. and finally 50 states going on now. weather where the snow has fallen in every single state this week. and yes do you believe this
that included hawaii. even is going to snow there in the mountains. clayton, over to you. >> thanks so much, anna. 2011, a marine platoon was patrolling in and da hard employeed. they were reunited on the lacrosse field. nice to see you guys. >> good morning. >> i'm glad you we brought you this freezing cold weather. take me back to 2011 and what unfolded on june 28th? >> well, pretty much, we were doing an operation. we had pretty much through our compound had you know had checked for ieds, things like that. some of the marines were on the
outside got ambushed. so, like we're supposed to be taking immediate action. some of the marines went to the rooftops. next thing i know i was flying up in the air. >> wow. and of course, a photographer and -- marine combat photographer at the time, how did you see it from your perspective? >> i mean, we had been attached to the unit full time. from my perspective, i tried to look at it as a photographer's perspective and tried to document what these guys do. and i actually ended up taking a photo -- two seconds before the blast had knocked me into the wall. and i didn't realize that i had taken that photo. from my perspective. it was pretty amazing how marines from different groups just came together to do something very -- >> you're out there separated from that experience. you're part of that. you're part of that group. describe for us for people who have never been in that
situation, that bond you that guys created when you're on the battlefield right there? >> well, i would say, you know it was like being with marines, especially after you've train -- we train with each other, forever. you you know get into each other's personal lives, stuff like that, even like that chris and i had only met and known each other for like 12 hours at the time. >> did you think you'd ever see each other again? >> we put him on the helicopter, we kind of just -- i mean, guys i didn't even know we just sat down, were like, i don't know if we're ever going to see him again. >> how does lacrosse fit into this, you become reunited over lacrosse. you hadn't seen each
you hadn't seen each other for years. how did you come together on the lacrosse field? >> it was an experience, the university was given a chance to play in the game. i came to the coach and said i have a story i have to tell. saint leo university made it all happen. >> so what's it like being able to get throughout and being among the guys and play the sport and seeing that connection with combat? >> personally i never played lacrosse, i played football basketball. watching them play their camaraderie, it's a good feeling. >> what's next for you >> what's next for you guys? >> well, we'll >> well, we'll have to stay in touch like we did. >> not going to let another four years go by? >> no no, this was a good experience for both of us i think. i think it touched a lot of lives around us.
so, this really caught fire in a lot of people, i think. >> well we honor your service and sacrifice for this country, gentlemen. thank yo thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you. thank you very much. >> coming up here terrifying moment the roof an ice rink collapsing as a youth hockey team is practicing inside. and he's only 12 years old, and his message to the president getting a lot of attention. watch this. >> here in america, we don't back down to terrorists we fight them on our own battleground and we annihilate them to the very end. >> facebook has shut him down. we're going to hear his reaction to that coming up. it's happening. today, more and more people with type 2 diabetes are learning about long-acting levemir® an injectable insulin that can give you blood sugar control for up to 24 hours.
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side the entire time running next to him. >> and he's cracking a big smile as he reach the bottom. >> what a great way to exercise. people are on roller blades or skateboards. >> dogs never leave your side. that's why i love them. >> by the way, i love the name claude. we we need to bring back some of these old names for babies. did you see c.j., we had him early on on the show. he's 12 years old. the most articulate 27-year-old you'll ever meet, he was furious the way rudy giuliani was being reflected. >> -- mayor rudy giuliani for his comments about barack obama. you don't really love america if you really do love america, you would call isis what it really
is, an assault on christianity and a downright hate for american values. here in america, we don't back down to terrorists. we fight them on our own battleground and we annihilate them to the very end. >> certainly making waves nap video had 1.2 views on youtube. facebook has apparently locked the account because of suspicious activity. he wassen 0 the program earlier. here's what c.j. has to say about all of that defending his comments. >> i was direct with the president. i was i was very rational when i made it. but i was very direct about his love for america and how he decided to deal with isis. i would say facebook with all of this, if they disagree or whatever, that's not the point. but i think the point is this when a person decides to speak up their voice shouldn't be hindered because of someone days agreeing. >> did facebook really shut down
his account for political view? i think this kid was very real. >> what's wild about this though this particular 12-year-old, our producer told us, his parents are both democrats. he's he's conservative. >> i love seeing that 12-year-old having the courage to say what many of us would like to. c.j. you are great. >> and the tweets, bill teague says a new cabinet department should be created for young mr. pearson. >> he say phenom. jihadi john the executioner
recently unmasked as muhammad emwazi was a lovely boy according to one of his teachers but did say he had had issues and underwent therapy for them. the school said they're sickened by the news of their alum. and police near cleveland said the girl got away after aman held a gun to her head. people on the street called for help. >> this girl just jumped out of a car, like, like literally jumped out. they were talking about killing her. >> police say they didn't say the suspects well and only knew their street names. the rooftop of a massachusetts ice skating rink collapsed and on to the ice. officials say it was too much for the roof to handle. and it buckled.
>> i was looking back for the coaches to see if everyone was out of the building. >> i didn't know what was happening. >> amazingly, everybody made it out okay. before shooting off that after work e-mail think about the toll it takes on your co-workers. e-mail after work have an effect on employees' health and private life. researchers suggest not checking work from home to reject anxiety and heart problems. >> we should set up a standard. check e-mail once a day at a specific time. what do you think about that? >> 3:00 in the morning on saturday night. any hour. they expect you to respond. >> but they're wide awake, which is odd. employees. 3:00 in the morning. well march is certainly coming in like a lion. freezing rain in parts of the south.
in dallas-ft. worth airport flights cancelled. >> and that same nasty storm in northeast boston. expected 3 to 6 inches of snow overnight. putting them over the edge for the highest snow total in history. genuine weather drama what's going on out there. >> hey guys not just dallas and the northeast but places in between seem to be forgotten about. areas into missouri, indiana, along the ohio river valley, and temperaturewise, here's the forecast for the day, though, we're going to see the snow spread throughout ohio, a lot of pennsylvania into new york and much at least southern parts of new england including boston we could be seeing 3 to 6 inches of snow. and that could put and that could put you over that record. we need just over five to break your snowiest season. towards the new york city area right around noon as well. down to the southeast, it's warmer. we we have the big snow in alabama
mississippi and georgia. this time it's a warmer storm and we're going to be seeing rain. to start off, we have ice in the carolinas be very careful. into the northern plains, i said cool temperatures are cold but compared to where you were yesterday and where you've been 24 in fargo, it's going to be feeling pretty nice. we'll see that snow south of chicago is good news. out across the west, there's a big upper level disturbance. and that's pushing much of the clouds in much of the country. we'll see snow in the higher elevations. and the four corners remaining spotty showers and spot? snow showers. isn't snow fall totals to the tuesday area. an additional three feet. that is great news. a lot of the ski areas have had a rough go of it. especially in the lake tahoe area where the ski resorts have had a rough time. this would be a good monday to call off sick for work and go
skiing. boston's going to break the record? >> i'm sure they'll break the record by the time they're done with it. this storm is going to be really close. i think we will probably not get to 5 1/2 inches with this storm but by the week passes, we'll get it. >> wow. >> that explains why john adams used to drink alcohol first thing in the morning. >> that would explain it. >> also bad water. potential presidential candidate elizabeth warner sent shock waves with two words -- i'm in. and secretary of state john kerry said america is safer from terrorism ever before. did america buy? we'll show you next. ♪
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welcome back. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu heading to washington for his controversial address to congress. the number of democrats skipping out on his speech has ballooned to 34. that includes vice president joe biden. massachusetts senator elizabeth warren says i'm in. but the not what you think. democrats sending e-mail to supporters in the subject line some thought she's announcing the 201416 presidential run. the e-mail is about the fight to reclaim the u.s. senate from republicans. not as exciting, tucker. well, from the secretary of veterans affairs to the secretary of state, heavy hitters are making headlines recently. what does what does the public think of them? we have a way to find out.
brand-new dial results. great to see you. >> good to see you. >> i love the dial. people, as i understand it respond to a physical dial and they respond to it. you can tell theed me reaction. the first is from former virginia governor bob mcdonnell i believe convicted of corruption charges. he apologized recently. watch this. >> in an attempt to connect with that veteran to make him feel comfortable, i incorrectly stated that i, too, had been in special force. that was wrong. and i have no excuse. i have great respect for those who have served our nation in special forces. they and all veterans deserve a department of veterans affairs that provides them the care and benefits that they have earned. >> if we had a dial i'd get an
"f." i screwed that up completely. he as we saw on the tape apologized. how did people respond to that. >> you know, the folks gave him a "c" minus. i thought would be an absolute "f." the thing is they the thing is they gave him a little credit. saying, look i respect the folks. he acknowledged that he was wrong but a lot of people thought he was apologizing because he had to. >> people respect that don't you say? >> i would say. >> veterans not the former governor. scott walker said during a speech, he'd be a fighter for the people if elected president. >> my point is it wasn't about wealth fortune or fame. it was ultimately by this belief
if you worked hard and played by the rules you could be or do anything you want. sadly because of what we see coming out of washington there's too many fellow americans who believe that dream is somehow out of reach. that is why i explore the possibility of running for president. i think they need a i think they need a fighter. they need a fight for hard-working taxpayers. not through government but by getting government out of the way, particularly in washington. >> how did people respond? >> well, you know i think the thing that people understand about this people saying they need a fighter. and yet, had was totally monotonous. he had had no passion. he had no conviction. he's doing well in the polls. what people want to see, if he's going to be a fighter, like act like one. they said this was inconsistent overall. they gave him a they gave him a grade of a "c." what they said was, i want to hear more of a fighter. >> interesting. >> he's been much better known.
>> yeah. secretary of state john kerry controversial and recently said the world is safer than it's ever been. watch this. >> our citizens, our world today is actually despite isil despite the visible killings that you see. and how horrific they are. we are actually living in a period of less daily threats to americans and to people in the world than normally. less deaths. less violent deaths today, than through the last century. >> i think he's comparing to to world war ii. that's what they explained later. how did people respond to that? >> people gave him an "f." they say, i don't care that they say that. the bottom line is we're afraid right now. people are afraid. people want to know they're going to be protected and this
made nobody feel safer. >> the point is they gave an "f." >> absolutely. >> interesting. it's so cool to see that instantaneous perspective. thanks. remember remember when the head of the irs said this -- >> advised, quote, unfortunately, the news is not good. the sectors on the hard drive were bad when made your data unrecoverable. >> i >> it turns out that wasn't true at all. what about the conservative groups targeted by the irs, what do they say? we'll tell you. do you spend a lot of time posting on facebook and twitter? wouldn't it be nice if you got paid for that. there's nothing more romantic than a spontaneous moment. so why pause to take a pill?
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good morning friends, social media sites like facebook and twitter make money every time you post a selfie or share something with your friends. now, a new site is promising to pay you. how can you earn money off the social media? joining us is curt the cyberguy. >> i thought, maybe it will work, maybe it won't. but it definitely has. we're talking about a social network rivaling facebook. and growing leaps and bounds. 2 million people have signed the difference is, it started as an idea to help artists. remember taylor swift had her music on spotify and she pulled it off. why did she pull it off? because you really don't earn that much money.
this guy creates a website tsu, named an a japanese aesthetic. it's like facebook. it allows updates. every day people are logging on and they update their profile. >> people just like you and me are making money off of this. >> here's the big deal. when the site sells advertising on it or transactional revenue. you don't have to do anything. you're just updating pictures to your friends they're going to pass 90% of every dollar back to you. awe the friends that irritate me that update too much on facebook. i think i envy them because they're going to move over to tsu. there's a gal there's a gal who is 26 years old. and this lullaby has caught on. >> kimberly henderson mother of four earned over $600 and received a record deal. >> she got a recording deal.
have you heard this lullaby. ♪ how will i noknow ♪ ♪ that's how i know ♪ >> it just took off and she's earning money off of that. >> there was another guy who is actually homeless. his name is kevin hinkle. he's previously homeless. he turns his page into a life-coaching page and just in a matter of short time has earned $950. so we're talking about people who are everyday people now can join this kind of social network. i think what we're going to see here, facebook and twitter and the rest. if it's successful in a huge, huge way are going to have to start sharing revenue. >> go to tsu if you want to make money off of your website.
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hitting the track for america today. she joins us live. with how nascar is racing to honor our bravest families of fallen heroes. the quick trip 500. danica patrick. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ hey, everybody. it's a meteorological spring. >> we made it through february. >> if you're watching us you made it. you made it through march 1st. we're happy to be here. we have the results from cpac. the straw poll. cpac is conservative activists in washington. they vote on who they want to be president. four years ago repeating the cycle, mitt romney won the cpac poll. this year it this year it is, drum roll,
please -- >> the winner of the 2015 cpac presidential straw poll is rand paul! >> of course, when you win the straw poll you automatically become the president of the united states. >> ah -- >> you got the football. >> this is the third time that senator rand paul has taken the number one spot. let's take a look at the leaderboard here. rand paul with 25.7%. scott walker 21.4%. ted cruz 11.5%. ben carson, 11.4%. and jeb bush 8.3%. >> and the constitutional conservatives have spoken. i hope will you join me as i continue to make the gop a big
better bolder party. what does this mean? >> it's a senatenapshot. you take a look at the winners with the exception of scott walk here came in second, it really is the inverse of the fundraising race under way. so jeb bush got 8% in the straw poll he will definitely turn heads with his fund-raising numbers at the end of this quarter. he's supported a lot he's supported a lot of members in the republican establishment. it's just one measure, and there are many out there, it does kind of suggest that rand paul has a lot more support among the grassroots than among the establishment in d.c. they hate him. >> with the -- we have larry about is sabbato coming up he's going to give his predictions. >> chris christie was in last
place with -- tenth place with 2.8%. rand paul at the top. >> so what do the people say, we don't care this is irrelevant. and also we don't want to get pushed into a place ideologically where it makes it impossible for us to win in the general election. >> peggy noonan writing in heir column this week she said, mr. bush there are other candidates. you are not inevitable. >> and right now, i want to get to some other stories making headlines. venezuela's president claiming to have captured a u.s. pilot ago accusing him of espionage and trying to stage a coup. the state department says they're looking into it. venezuela's president nicolas maduro is convinced that the white house is trying to overthrow him, and spoke about marco rubio.
>> i love the people of venezuela. i want i want that country to have freedom and to have human rights to be banned by a leader like nicolas maduro is a badge of honor we're going to continue to speak out against what he's doing. and another fox news alert a live look in moscow. thousands gathering to honor opposition leader boris nemtsov a sass natured. and then you see them walking across a bridge. blocked by smoke. and you see presumably the gunman is running away and getting in a passing car. the russian government saying nemtsov's relationship with the model somehow prompted the shooting. and overnight, catching
fire, check out the trees behind it's a small world ride in disneyland. no one was no one was hurt. fireworks are responsible for a fire in disney world last year. this comes as disney once again raises their ticket prices. when friends and family gather for leonard nimoy's funeral one man will not be attendance. co-star william shatner said he will be missing the funeral of his friend because he admitted to a red cross function. he said i feel awful here i am doing charity work and one of my dearest friends is being buried. well, last year, an 18-year-old from minnesota -- his name was abdullah muhammad musef was apprehended on his way to the airport on his way to go fight for syria. he was attempting to get out of the country to fight for isis. that penalty could have netted him 15 years in prison.
but his lawyer stepped in and it looks like he might not have that same penalty after all. instead, he's apparently being trained as a basketball coach and i'm quoting now, a teen meanter. because what person better to mentor your troubled teenager than someone wanting to join isis. >> somehow >> somehow becoming a basketball coach for innocent american children really a good way to try to rehabilitate people? tim clemente a retired fbi and counteraffairs and tactical informations officer was on the program earlier said i don't think so. >> people behind this concept are living in an alternate reality much like this kid was. the fact is he was programmed by radical islamists to believe this totally ridiculous concept of what america is and what islamic radicalism is. and that that's the better way of living. and this kid doesn't deserve to
be promoted in any way. i mean he should be -- first of all, i'm hoping that this deal include something kind of extensive cooperation with law enforcement. and that this individual is being forced by the fbi and by local law enforcement to cooperate completely and help them figure out this recruitment process. >> why >> why minneapolis -- the government has relocated hundreds of thousands of muslim refugees in this country. large numbers of them are not integrated at all into america's policies. >> how often does this happen? lawyers actually argue the technicality. we say, we say, we can't put them away for 15 years because isis itself is only classified as a terrorist organization 12 days before he decided to join them. so on that technicality we really can't label him a terrorist. he's been serving some time at a halfway house.
look, i'm all for second chances. we've spoken to we've spoken to islamic extremists on the show who have been guests on a show who have spoken out against radical islam. i hate to be so cynical -- >> you sound kind of wound up. you can move to d.c. where you can now have up to two ounces of marijuana. the magic herb that making everything better. in washington, d.c. not only is marijuana legal, but police have now been instructed not to pull over drivers who reek of weed. >> like, if you have a cheech and chong van going by and smoke billowing out of it -- they're not allowed to get pulled over? >> no. gets a pass. we had a debate earlier on the show with two different attorneys, listen to their case. >> for year, the police concept has been to pull over a car full
of young black men. the cop said we smellmarijuana smoke. they they pulled everybody out in the car, put them on the ground. you do that 100 times, one time you find something. 99 times you're creating a whole group who are angry with police. >> every single time to the best my recollection that an officer suspects it it came back positive for pot. what does that mean? it means the suspicion based on odor turned out to be a reasonable one. >> i love the rationale. you can't pull people because it makes the entire community angry. what about drunk what about drunk driving? how about shop lifting. you don't want to enforce the laws, people get mad when you do. >> yeah. >> is that demeanted or that sew. >> -- no that's washington, d.c. boston expecting up to 6
inches of snow tonight. that could be the highest winter snow total in history. >> ricky is here to explain it. >> i think i lot of people would like to get to that record, we've gone through all of this, you might as well. don't you think? i don't know if the storm is the one to do it. it's going to get very close. temperaturewise, a big warmup. you're at 17 degrees that chicago. 26 degrees warmer than you were yesterday at this time which is very hard to believe. the cold air is still here. that's the dividing line. you've got the rain and snow spreading throughout boston. i think boston 3 to 4 inches maybe a little more likely just to the south of town. new york city getting 1 to 3, guys. we have more we have more snow and winter to deal with. we're going to see some warmups over the next couple of weeks where we have a day or two almost to 50 degrees and then a cooldown. that 50 degrees for today is going to feel really nice. >> so what you're saying we'll get flooding with all the snow?
>> that is something we're going to watch over the next few weeks because that whole eastern massachusetts and maine area that has that snow is going to go somewhere. >> yeah. 12 minutes after the hour. prepare for war. kim jong-un issuing a new threat. and the next guests say they were targeted by the agency and the fight for justice is just inside it. . that's ahead.
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-- advised, quote unfortunately the news is not good. the sectors on the hard drive were bad which made your data unrecoverable. i'm i'm very sorry, everyone involved tries their best. unquote. >> >> really that was irs commissioner john koskinen testifying on the missing e-mails. >> now, we know they didn't try their best, 32000 have been found. including this one that says no one will ever believe that both your hard drive and mine crashed within a week of each other. live is strange. >> joining us jordan represents groups believe they've been targeted bit irs. good morning. >> good morning. >> you believe this san effort to deceive and delay? >> that's right.
what we've seen from congressthe irs is trying to stop congress and the people they've done this with civil cases and with the fbi a allowing some clients to meet with them. after discover they go were working with the irs. again, to us the whole idea of the e-mail is unbelievable. it's not that life is so strange. it's that this is reality. no one followed up to recover the e-mails now we know it took a couple weeks to do so. >> the testimony shows me, jordan, can we trust them to do their own investigation into the matter. do you buy that? >> absolutely not. that's why we stopped cooperating with the fbi. the department of justice. this involved the ftc, doj, it goes pretty high up. so when you put all of those agencies together, this is when a special council is
appropriate. when the deputy of inspector general told the house oversight committee that they're looking at potential criminal wrongdoing not just with what learner did, but also, remember, you had the commissioner go before this committee last may, and say we can't get these e-mails. what the inspector general said, they never asked for them. once we asked it took two weeks. >> if you watch other channels over fox you won't see this covered at least the way we are. we've been hitting it hard. and we get told -- criticized for doing it. hey, you're beating a dead horse. i imagine your 39 clients don't think we're beating a dead horse? >> no they don't. i think most americans understand, like the irs, generally are not in tax issues. you have to basically trust when you get a bill or audited that it's done in a fair way. and what these groups have done. we know what is inappropriate, we believe is illegal and
unconstitutional. what we've been what we've been trying to do is get justice for our school. most of us now, down to a handful knocked out of approval after a lengthy five-year delay some of them. so we're getting that kind of justice, but the people have not been held accountable. that's something that the government has to do. and prosecutors do. even the inspector general can investigate criminal activity. he can't actually file a case. it's got to be the doj. >> we should rest easy that all of those people lost their jobs ss and retired as a result of this, jordan. >> yeah, right. and now they're pensions are 130,000. >> good to >> good to see you. joining us here, chris wallace live from wall with the president's preemptive strike next. and danica patrick is hitting the track for america today. she joins us live from nascar as racing to honor the families of
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here's what's going on this morning. a fox news alert. a live look at moscow as thousands of demonstrators tyke the streets marches in memory of opposition leader boris nemtsov. he was murdered on a bridge. and kim jong-un is reportedly telling his army quote, to tear to pieces the stars and stripes. the north korean dictator allegedly furious about a joint military drill between the u.s. and south korea telling his
troops to prepare for war. and right now israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has just left israel on his way to d.c. for his controversial address to congress. >> but now, just two days before the meeting the white house is stepping up its criticism, claiming that netanyahu doesn't even have a better alternative for stopping iran's nuclear program. >> the host of fox news sunday host chris wallace. good morning. we're reading all the pieces everywhere about how this speech is changing fundamentally the relationship between the united states and israel. do you think that's true? >> i would say the rhetoric is about as bad as i've ever heard when you have the national security adviser susan rice go on tv talking about the way this is playing out. there's two aspects and iran. for the speech, susan rice
saying this is tearing at the fabric of the u.s. and the strongest ally in the middle east. that's pretty strong. >> and the folks missing from the meeting chris four senate democrats and 30 congressional democrats have been the most vocal about it. and on the conservative side too, some have thought that this crosses the line? >> well, look, on a protocol level, it seems to me, it is troubling. for instance when this was announced, it was announced on a wednesday. the day the day before the israeli prime minister ron zurmer had met with secretary of state john kerry never announced that they were going to announce this deal the next day. understandably the white house is upset about this. the real significance, it seems to me, is the deal. what's going on with iran. and why netanyahu is here is
basically to say that the u.s. is negotiating a bad deal with iran. and that's why you see the white house coming out because i think so they think they're pretty close to a deal. they obviously thing it's benefit than netanyahu does. one the ways to fight back, look, netanyahu, what's his alternative? or is it just simply he should go to war with iran? and that's the debate to be having in days and weeks, will we make a deal. >> let's switch gears and talk about cpac. you got the number two who took the spot scott walker. >> i guess we have to say he's the hot property in the presidential field right now. not to say rand paul doesn't deserve kudos for winning. but it's his third year in a row and that's a group favorable to him. scott scott walker basically came from the back of the field. he came in on cpac leading the polls in double digits and leading in the polls nationally.
i think you could say he and jeb bush and maybe he is the front-runner for the republican nomination at the coolishly early stage of the game. we're going to talk about his surprising rise in the polls about some controversies that he's been in. and also about his record in wisconsin, which is very interesting. some great strengths. a few potential problems for him. we'll talk about we'll talk about it all on "fox news sunday." >> check your local listings. thanks a lot. see you chris. >> bye guys. coming up on "fox & friends," he executed americans in cold blood but now one of jihadi john's former teachers is speaking out. what she says about his had were noal past. and danica patrick. on the track, fallen heroes today. danica is going to join us live from atlanta. former f-16 fighter pilot major dan rooney with the qwik trip
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giving over 700 educational scholarships to the children of those killed. >> joining us major dan rooney and nascar driver danica patrick. nice to see both of you this morning. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> tell us how great it to expect this today and danica sitting next toy lucky man? >> obviously i'm a huge fan. >> it would be my honor. >> yes, it's unprecedented to have a nonprofit as the title sponsor thanks to our friends at qwik trip and coca-cola. it will be amazing to share our stories with millions of nascar fans that you can argue are the most patriotic in the world. i love the american flag drink a beer and read the bible.
>> and danica, why did you join this? >> as you said, nascar is a huge supporter of our military. i have been a patriot for a long time. i moved to england when i was 16 years old. i moved there for three years for racing. and i didn't realize how much i love americans when i came back. i loved it so much. i love the culture. i loved so much that i put a tattoo of the american flag on my body. >> can we see that? >> no sir, because i'm a lady and because it's really cold out. but it's an honor to be here. and i think when you do things like in the general public, we watch "american sniper." you know the credits roll and there's no music. which i think was a powerful thing. and it just makes me think and reflect just why we're here. and how we're here. and how we get to do things like
that we do and the people that make that happen. >> amen. and you and i ran the new york city marathon together and raised a bunch of money. for those of you who don't know the mission of folds of honor. tell us the story. >> the mission is simple. leave no family behind. we provide scholarships for spouses and or children who are had someone killed. during the 13th lap, all the fans 100,000 strong here at atlanta will get a folded american flag. during that 13th lap we're asking all the fans to hold that flag up. fox will be do a great job explaining why the number 13, there are 13 folds that bring the american flag to the triangled shape and signal the essence what fold, of honor is all about, one nation under god, indivisible and justice for
all. >> and it >> and it happens during the 13th lap, is that right? >> yeah, the 13th lap, clayton. also, the unique thing, too when danica bringing home this trophy, the pilots doing the fly-by, the folds of honor recipients are going to hand that trophy over. we hope it becomes a moment of refer reve reverence where you realize that. >> do you get >> do you get a folded american flag, too? >> i do. >> that's phenomenal. i actually don't have an american flag at home. i have a painted american lag, it's on a pallet of wood. i actually don't have a material one. that will be an honor to get. >> are you ready danica? what's your protocol, how do you prepare? >> well, it's very normal.
but today i'm with you guys. i do a normal routine i take the dog out have a cup of coffee, make breakfast. have a second cup of coffee. i usually don't do that until i get to the bus. and hopefully, we'll put on a good show for you guys. >> okay. we'll be watching the fold of honor qwik trip sprint cup 500 series live today 1:00 p.m. right here on fox. not here on fox but fox broadcast channel. you can donate at folds of honor.org. guys, great to see you. >> good morning. thank you. other stories making headlines. jihadi john recently unmasked as mohammed emwazi was a lovely boy according to one of his
teachers. but he also admit he is did have serious issues and underwent therapies for. the school is sickened by the news of their alum. an ohio state trooper and a driver are nearly run over by a semi truck. the trooper and driver were walking back to the squad car to wait for a tow truck when the semi came barreling toward them. the trooper yelled to get out of the way. the two jumped over the guard rail. the driver the driver said the trooper's quick thinking saved his life. the semi drive was issued a citation. a 50-minute trip turns into a nine-hour deal. from oklahoma city first delayed because of snow then as the plane was about to take off, a mechanical issue stalled things again. >> every time they'd say 15 more
minutes people would start laughing. oh, we heard that before. we want to go home. there was a lot of going back !v>½uj)h!etween people. >> angry passengers even raided the liquor fridge because the plane was held at the gate and not the tarmac. no rules were violated. i bet they were hungry and angry all at the same time. and a recent shot at a pistons game was not made by a player. the pistons dancer sinking an amazing shot without even looking. >> the crowd going wild. >> you can do that. >> oh, yeah. >> good, yea! >> that woke me up.
>> >> and now for the basketball. it's better outside but we got snow coming across parts of the northeast. take a look at the maps to see what's going on right now. temperaturewise, across the northern plains look at this it feels balmy in minneapolis, 16, 17 in chicago. also brutal cold. same for iowa you were at minus 24 in waterloo. today, now 40 degrees warmer than pap because the wind is colder up there, minus 14. obviously still cold. in the northeast we'll put this in motion, we'll see the snow move in for places like new york, up towards boston and south of it mixing in with rain and freezing rain. in the southeast, the rain will continue throughout the date today, kind of a cloudy and gloomy day. temperatures colder as well. be prepared for that. across the northern plains temps better than yesterday. we'll clear things out. we'll see snow across southern illinois and indiana.
finally out across areas of the west, we'll see rain and mountain snow in the fourth corners in central and southern california. the pacific northwest you're looking pretty good. >> all right guys. >> you're looking pretty good.+a >> here's a question, would you land here? a runway on a frozen lake. pretty cool. and rand paul takes the cpac straw poll for a third year in a row. who didn't win who didn't win that matters most for 2016? and roy sabato has it the predictions straight on in the crystal ball. ♪ sargento people are real cheese people proud people, passionate people. three generations of people spanning over 60 years. they don't believe in fake or phony, artificial this or superficial that. they know that in a world of over-processed there's no substitute for a piece
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base is located on a frozen lake in new hampshire. it is the only ice runway outside of alaska approved by the faa. and it's only open when the ice is strong enough. and it's a case of "gone girl." gone wrong. gone wrong. arizona police say jennifer alvarez staged her own abduction all so she could get out of planning her boyfriend's birthday party. at least that's one of the stories. alvarez is facing charges for telling police three different stories about her own disappearance. well, kentucky senator rand paul spent his time at cpac rallying the crowd saying it's time for a new way of thinking. >> i was born into the america that believes in opportunities that my trips to ferguson detroit, atlanta and chicago have resealed what i consider to be an undercurrent of unease in
our country. liberal policies have failed our inner cities. it's time for a new way. a way predicated on opportunity and freedom. >> and it worked. once again, rand paul won the cpac straw poll for the third year in a row. he had beat other presidential hopefuls including jeb bush who same in fifth. and joining us sour old friend larry sabato. g to see you. >> thank you. >> a way of thinking about it for rand paul that the other candidates ought to think about do you think? >> well you know says that libertarian group. it's also fairly youth-oriented which is good for the republican party. they need to do more for young people to bring them into the fold. and and the audience who participate in the straw poll are often
disproportionately strung. look, rand paul and ron paul what won five of the last six straw polls. only mitt romney interrupted the flow in 2012. so the fact that rand paul won the straw poll is about as surprising as having all of that snow in february. >> scott walker came in second, six or seven points behind rand paul. but way ahead of the other more institutional candidates. here's part of what he said. >> we have a president a president who draws lines in the sand and failing to act. a president who calls isis the jv club. who called yemen a success. and who calls iran a country we can do business. when we need a leader in america who stands up and realizes that radical islamic terrorism say threat to our way of life and to all freedom-loving people around the world. >> so people pay attention to
scott walker a long time. he's pretty new to the national stage and he's surging, is this real, do you think? >> well, it's certainly real. i think scott walker's showing in the straw poll was really the headline. that was the most interesting thing. where he could come as close as he did to rand paul. he was so far out in front of all of the other candidates. really to endure, tucker, it is really from today, 11 months 11 long months, day in day out. the twilight struggle. and things happen every day. it's hard to sustain your momentum for 11 months. but i have to say, walker is well positioned to do so far better than most of the other candidates. >> so we're going to get the first quarter fund-raising results at the end of this month. that will be a big news story. how significant are those numbers, do you think? >> well, look, they matter in the sense that you want to know that a candidate is raising
enough to sustain momentum as he has it. to hire good staff in the key states. but, you know the money often flows in the direction of the polling members. in flows in the direction of some of these straw polls like cpac. so i think it so i think it matters. but money is not the only determinant. and i think jeb bush and his people may discover that in the long run. >> advice to keep that in mind. >> yeah. >> larry sabato thanks for joining us this morning. >> thanks tucker. fox news alert. right now, thousands are gathering in moscow at this moment to show outrage over the assassination and murder in public of the russian opposition leader. is vladimir putin behind is vladimir putin behind and is and is president obama's approach to russia helping putin to feel invincible in his own country. and will smith returns to the big screen in a movie called "focus." should you go see can?
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wolf box office this week. >> i love the trailer, that means it's a great movie, right? >> not always tucker. clayton, i love how you say margot robbie. she's incredible in the film. this film basically deals with will smith as a seasoned con man. he has he has a motto, no room for heart in the con game. steps into his life and throws everything off. the chemistry is great. the biggest problem, the ending the last five minutes of the movie completely threw me off. it really dropped my rating down. i went down to 3 out of 5 because of the ending. i will say the directors do a good job of conning the audience. you're kind of picking up on clues. it's like a big magic trick. movie "focus." >> mar got robbie isn't just a
pretty face in a hot body you saw her in "wolf on wall street." she's australian, you don't hear her accent at all. >> which is harder the thick brooklyn accent but this accent. check this out. >> mccarthy in the building. >> i have my original men in black 97. >> wow. this's genius. >> the focus accent is actually harder because the brooklyn accent so strong. it's easier to do a strong accent because it's so detached from your own accent. you hear it when you slip out. with the standard american accent it's, you know a little bit more subtle. harder. i have been in america for a couple of years now, when you're surrounded by an american crew and stuff it's easy. >> real quick, i'm geeking out beyond belief.
i just sat down with one of the biggest legends yesterday al pacino. say say hello to my little friend. he plays a singer. i wanted to ask him what that line would sound like if he were to sing that line, check that out. >> you're strike to get me to sing it. ♪ say hello to my little friend ♪ >> it's a nightclub and i'm singing in a piano bar. ♪ say hello to my little friend ♪ >> that's all i needed in my life. i'm done for my year. >> you said, al sang to me i can die now. >> i was geeking out beyond belief. he he's sitting there, that was there one of my highlights of my life that moment. >> kevin, all right, enjoy some
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hello, good morning, friends. it's sunday, march 1st, 2015. call it a three-peat at cpac. >> the cpac 2015 presidential straw poll is -- rand paul! >> and then you hear the crowd start cheering, president paul. but the rest of the polling also tells an interesting story, we've got the numbers, next. and president obama's relying almost entirely on air power to fight isis, wait a second, the secretary of the air force says our fleet is smaller and weaker than it's ever been since 1947. what does that mean for the fight against terror? one of the most popular super bowl commercials of the big night but last night snl remade it like this with a twist. >> dad it's just isis. >> take care of her.
>> death to america. >> did snl finally go too far? your e-mails pouring in on this one. fox and friends hour four starts right now. fourth hour here on march 1st. we survived february. >> barely. >> the beginning of the meetle logical spring and the presidential campaign, it is in progress, in earnest, we know this because cpac just wrapped up its meeting in washington four-day meeting 11,000 people there yesterday, they voted in the straw poll, and the winner for the third year in a row was rand paul of kentucky. watch. >> the winner of the cpac 2015 presidential straw poll is -- rand paul!
>> let's take a look at how the rest of the field played out. rand paul taking 25.7 pkts. scott walker the 1.4. jeb bush at 8.3%. >> rand paul was asked what he thought about the big victory. he said this -- the constitutional conservatives of our party have spoken in a loud and clear voice today. critics say, when these people win these big events, lots of time they're busing in their supporters to vote. it's not exactly the way we would vote during the general election. >> right. it's not. it's a straw poll. it's not binding. he doesn't get to president because he won. what you're hearing in washington, say, it's just young people who voted. on the other hand, probably want to win young people, you know,
people vote a certain way in a presidential election, they tend to vote that for decades to come. >> lot >> lot of young people voted for his dad. >> what does this say for scott walker coming in second? >> kind of a big deal keep in mind, scott walker was pretty much unknown to many americans three months ago and now he's vmp at the top of the pack, in the presidential primaries. there he is, right there scott walker of wisconsin. >> i don't know what's going to happen, one thing, in 2007, the summer of 2007 john mccain was a joke a complete joke, people mocked him. his staff quit. he was flying coach on southwest. and then he got the nomination, so i'm not endorsing anybody i'm merely saying these things tend to change quickly. >> mitt romney won four year
ago. in fox news in fox news alert, a live look as thousands upon thousands of demonstrators filled the streets of moscow marching in opposition of boris nemtsov. he was assassinated outside of the kremlin. new video showing nemtsov and his girlfriend walking across the bridge just moments before the shooting. a person presumably the gunman getting away in a passing car if you look closely. they claim his relationship with 23-year-old model may have prompted the shooting somehow. making moves against the united states, he claims to have captured an american pilot accusing him of espionage the state department not confirming the claim but they're looking into it. he's now banning some u.s. officials from entering the country.
including marco rubio. >> i love the people of venezuela, i want that country to have freedom and human rights. we're going to continue to speak out against his abuses and what he's ees's to this country that deserves better. and overnight the happiest place on earth catches fire, check out the flames coming from a tree in the it's a small world ride, sparked by the nightly fireworks show. fireworks also responsible for a fire at disney world last year. disney, once again raises their tickets prices. you workaholics think about the toll it takes on your fellow co-workers. some call it a some call it a new night shift,
researchers say checking e-mail at home can lead to anxiety and even heart problems. >> i totally believe it. >> stop wining. >> e-mails are killing people, tucker. >> we work so hard in america. >> take another shift at the steel plant then you can whine. >> e-mail is killing people. >> then you're never away from work tucker. >> that's true. but what else is there to do in life? life is life is work. >> you love your work. >> come on there are stuff. work is great. but so is free time. how about shoveling snow? in boston, 102 inches in a year. the two most reliable computer models we look at, showing three maybe four inches of snow, you might get there but just below
breaking that record. all right, winter storm warnings into southern california, across the mountains of colorado. very windy day. strip of pink where the snow is falling. also some also some freezing rain going on here across the carolinas. lots of accidents stay off if you can. snow sometimes heavy at times. new york city, 1 to 3. boston, maybe up to 4 to 5. across the west, the next storm we're going to watch california, they need the rain and they need the snow. this is kind of our last chance to get some. which is good. >> our last chance to get some. as the threat of isis continues to grow around the world and the need for air strikes all we have been talking about, air strikes, no boots on the ground, we got to stop isis
this way. the secretary of the air force has come before congress to tell them something troubling about the state of our air force. >> the air force secretary said this to congress everybody wants more air force all of this is happening at precisely the time we have reduced strength. >> so the debate within the military, what do future wars look like? will they be small isolated regional wars? but it doesn't matter the bottom line is the united states has to present a credible force that intimates its enemies from acting aggressively. and protecting america that's the baseline duty of government. if you can't do that what's the
point. >> and reassures our allies that we can help them if they need them. >> we also know that the budget deficit is -- particularly these ordering of aircraft that never get used and sit dusty under tarps because they're never used. air force is asking for regular pilots to switch to start flying drones because we need them. those drone pilots off the record quietly saying, look, we're fighting at surge capacity right now, 24 hours mission with drones. we don't have the staff to do it. >> do you really >> do you really get the sense that the white house is staying up late at night worrying about this? is the president more exercised about this or ferguson? just by watching our public statements. >> no, you're totally right.
talking to the jones about the future wars are they actually listening to them? >> one thing ha has a lot of folks fired up on social media is something that saturday night live did playing an off a commercial that really warmed lots of americans during the super bowl. >> being a dad is more than being a father. it's a choice. a choice to get hurt, rather than to hurt. to be bold. when others are scared. a choice that says you'll be there. show them right from wrong. by your words and by your actions.
being a dad is more than being a father. it's a commitment, one that will make a wonderful human being. who will make their own choices someday. >> hey, dad -- >> yeah? >> thanks. >> it looks like your ride's here. >> you be careful, okay? >> dad, it's just isis. >> take care of her. >> death to america. >> we have had a lot of you
tweeting us, yeah, isis is off-limits no questions asked, saturday night live has certainly weren't too >> i got to say that sketch is no more surreal than isis itself. the middle ages has broken out in the middle east. your tweeting up a storm about this. monica has strong feelings, she writes bad taste and disrespectful. we have american parents whose children were beheaded by these monsters. >> mike >> mike on facebook. lighten up people, anybody who joins isis should be made fun of. this comes on the heels not too long ago chris rock was talking about 9/11 and the boston bombing and talking about the freedom tower should be turned into a tower by the name
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after his brutal murder outside the kremlin the other day. russian television stations show him and his ukrainian girlfriend which they say prompted the killing the person presumably the gunman running away and getting into a passenger car, could this incident change relations between russia and the u.s., should it? joining us is ralph peters. this is such a brazen act, it's hard i think for the american mind to take it all in that president putin might have just assassinated one of his crittle ix right in the middle of moscow, what does this mean. >> first of all this could not have happened if putin had not personally persianonally ordered the assassination of nemtsov. they're floating ideas maybe
his 23-year-old girlfriend set him up for the mob, or maybe it was islamic terrorists or they sacrificed one of their own to stret streten their cause. they know the limits. they know it. this happened because putin wanted it to happen and you know it's -- tucker it's very, very important. this event is critical, it marks a transition in russia russian journalists have been murdered more but never someone who was previously a deputy prime minister, it marks a transition as putin to the methods of stallin. >> the protoe type for this, way back in 1934 he ordered the murder of a rising rival, he
turned it around and blamed it on the opposition who backed care kov, what can we expect in russia right now? purges are coming. to the opposition is going to be a very, very dark period for the russians. >> stalin never admitted being behind that plot. putin has moved to a total tearian. leader. why is that bad for the united states? >> it's >> it's bad for the united states for very practical reasons, one, he's still has a huge nuclear arsenal, he has previously einvaded countries. the west has done nothing meaningful to stop him. he has now threatening the baltics. if we interfere with ukraine
he's going to go with estonia. he's out of control. the longer you wait u the higher the bill. we won't give defensive arms to ukraine, it's the russian people's tragedy not just ours that the united states is led by such a weakling and coward today. >> yes thanks a lot for your clarity. appreciate it. coming up -- look at this, a kid forced to eat by himself his crime being late to school for one minute. you'll have to see this video, our favorite story of the day, world war ii veteran and his trusty side kick never too old for adventure, as he proves here.
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we told you about this outrageous story yesterday. first-grader was a minute late to school and made to sit behind this cardboard divider from the other students at lunchroom is this punishment just fine or way over the line? tom, a psycho therapist and a school counselor thinks it okay. tom, i want to start with you. was this meant to teach this child a lesson or meant to shame this student. >> first of all i don't think it's okay. i don't think a school should be
doing this behind a partition. part of the story is the fact that the parent and the grandmother took a photo of this and placed it over on facebook, it's content all over the world. i feel bad for this kid. he should not be isolated first of all, now with millions of people the problem is more compounded and even worse. >> that's a great point. a couple of things we can unpack here, this kid was forced to sit there, it looks like shaming to me. he's not the one driving the consider to get to school. >> clayton this gets to the core of the problem of education in this country, way too many people who are working with children who are not compassionate and don't understand them. this is all about shaming or shaping or modifying their behavior. a 6-year-old is not responsible for getting to school on time because they can't a parent has
to be held accountable for that. for that kid sitting in the kaf tear ya by himself, the bigger issue is, the mom and the grandmother decided to posta picture on facebook which could lead to cyberbullying. >> we don't want to blanket this and blame the educational system for this. they're claiming they weren't trying to isolate him, it's more for him to make up school work. the photo shows differently. >> the psychology of children he was in first grade, he was sitting there crying the whole time. >> real quick, he was crying. another thing i read, he was crying at home as well after his fifth or sixth late. he was telling his mom, please
get me to school on time. we can't blame everything on the school all the time. >> dr. williams. >> it's not about holding the parent accountable. it was about the 6-year-old sitting there. if you want to change behavior it's about approaching from a positive aspect not a negative aspect. this was just a very very horrible thing and a poor decision. >> this blanket policy and you know with a first grader putting it up there. here's what the school said, the parents' concerns were politely discussed and the issues were re resolved. great to see both of you. >> thanks, guys. coming up on one end of the line, 911 on the other end, pure terror. listen. listen. >> this girl just jumped out of a car like like literally
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welcome back. here's a story that you may have seen if you have been watching the show this morning 12-year-old's conservative from georgia posts a rant on his facebook page about mayor giuliani defending him this boy is 12 years old, both his parents are democrats. he's not. he's a wildly articulate conservative. >> >> he was getting in bed and he saw that mayor giuliani was being attacked on social media, calling him racist, may the mayor came out and he said that president obama didn't spend enough time talking about his love of america. he's always apologizing for america's flaws sflaws.
take a listen to this. >> today i want to just applaud mayor giuliani for his comments about president barack obama. you don't love america. if you really did love america you would call isis what it really is an assault on christianity and a down right hate for the american values our country holds. here in america we don't back down to terrorists. we fight them on their own battle ground and we annihilate them until the very end. >> he posted this video on youtube, his facebook page, on youtube, he end td up getting $1.2 million pages. his facebook page was locked because of suspicious activity. >> i was direct with the president, i was very -- i was very rational when i made it i was very direct when i mads my points about his love for
america. i would say i would say facebook, regardless or not they disagree or whatever, that's not the point i think the point is this when a person decides to speak up, their voice shouldn't be hindered because of someone disagreeing. >> we had viewers' comments on this. this is the this is the right of every american to stand up, speak up and be counted and we must all agree and disagree. >> charles on twitter says here's the hope for america! we can only pray there are many more just like him, what a fine testament to his parents. >> ronnie writes -- >> let us know your thoughts. but first, some other headlines makes news this morning we're talking a jihadi john, recently unmasked as mohammed
emwazi and someone calling him a "lovely boy." but did have some anger issues. the school says they're shock and sickened by the news of their now infamous alum. police near cleveland said the 19-year-old girl got away from the gunman. >> this girl just jumped out of a car like, like literally jumped out of a car. >> police chased the car, but lost it. the woman says she did not know the suspects well. a youth hockey team sent running for their lives when the roof of their mmt massachusetts ice skating rink collapses on the ice. heavy snow was too much for the 40-year-old building to handle and it just buckled. >> i was looking back at the coaches to see if everyone was
actually out of the building i didn't know what was happening so i was kind of freaked out. >> amazingly everyone inside did make it outside. how adorable is this? world war ii veteran and his sidekick take a sled ride down the hill. getting the idea while watching his great-grandchildren having all of the fun, he decided to take part of it, too. he said that he was cracking a smile once he reached the bottom. >> what would we do without gopro? let's get outside to rick standing by in the frigid cold. >> that dog didn't remember what he was doing from the start of the trip. it was more than two minutes. he completely forgot what he was doing. >> it's impressive that you
remembered that study from a day ago. let's take aing loo let's take aing loo at the weather maps. so that purple color is that frigid arctic air and the blue is just cold. that's where we are today. take a look at tuesday it comes back to the northern plains some highs in the single digits. wednesday around the great lakes, thursday again in towards the northeast. so we're not done just yet. warmer bouts of warmer air coming in. here's today's forecast. snow moving in across much of the northeast. down in the southeast, scatter shodders. florida seeing a few showers. one little bright spot temperaturewise. bright spot in the bright spot in the northern plains. the temperatures are cool, compare to where you have been that's going to feel pretty nice. some spots in arizona could be
seeing about four inches of precipitation. all right, guys back to you inside. >> thanks, rick. last hour we told you how nascar is partnering with the folds of honor in today's sprint cup series. they'll honor our fallen and wounded heroes. >> in addition 13 military families will share their stories about how the foundation has helped them. >> among them will be ginger, her husband was the first f-16 pilot lost in operation iraqi freedom and her five children have received folds of honor scholarships. she joins us along with dan rooney. we're loving the camo. >> good morning. >> what a great, great day to be an american. >> major dan, what's the big deal about today? this is huge for folds of honor.
>> it's so cool this morning, just 43 airmen enlist in the air force out here committed to defend our country. we're going to serve up god and country later on fox with no apologies. >> >> ginger, how did you get involved with folds of honor, tell us i always tell dan that i love that we're friends but i hate how we met. we met when my husband's plane crashed in 2006. he was an f-16 fighter pilot. he went down saving the lives of 20 soldiers and just west of baghdad at the end of 2006. we lost our future that day. five little children 9 and under. we were waiting for daddy to come home and he never did.
>> how important has folds of honor been for you and your family? >> >> folds of honor is the thank you note that i feel the american people major rooney, have given to my family for the sacrifice of what we lost i speak with a lot of widows since it's been eight years since he died and we all feel the same way that we kind of lose your identity as military wife and it's all about her military husband and we all feel like our futures went down when they went down, so folds of honor has not only provided the financial means for my children go to a private christian college preparatory to go to college. so >> all right, major dan, i see a very, brand-new shiny and new
trophy there behind you with the folds of honor logo on it, what's significant about this. >> the first time we did this race, we designed a race, on this trophy it's about fueling their dreams between quick trip and folds of honor. it shoots 100 rounds a second. perched on top of the folded american flag. that's why we're here, ginger and nearly 8,000 resip yebts that folds of honor has across this great nation. on the back you can't see there's scripture, which is john 15:13 which is no greater sacrifice, it symbolizes that camaraderie and that commitment in the military. timely, when you look at the wings and they symbolize about how we rise up, when we do the right thing together.
it's about ensuring we leave no military family behind on the field of battle. at the end of the day, it has a gun, an american flag and scripture and that's what this day is all about. >> yes. >> ginger, it's about family, too, are your kids there with you? >> yeah, i brought them all out. we represent six of them. >> with all of the camo it's really hard to see you guys. >> you're blending in. >> what a beautiful family thank you, dan. ginger, thank you. >> you can watch the sprint cup series live at 1:00 p.m. eastern on the fox broadcast channels in your local area and to do nate to the folds of honor check them out at foldsofhonor.org. coming up next -- if you got
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have health insurance in 2014 either for the entire year or part of the year you'll have to pay back subsidies. up to $95,000 for a family of four. i mean these are numbers that nobody was expecting. . >> $95,000? >> they thought that they were not including this when they filed their taxes. now, they have to realize they unsdz estimated their income. this is more expensive than we thought for the legislation. >> who has $95,000. >> and the refunds are dropping significantly. 3500 the average they're dropping down to 2700. people depend on that money. people waiting until tax time to make that purchase on a house for the first time, or an automobile purchase. >> on top of that, it's a lot more expensive than they thought. someone the other day said he
was paying for his family $200 now he's up to $700 a month for the health care legislation the cost are involve ready higher than people thought. >> your out of luck. >> one of the big issues here the last time we spoke about this people who hoard cash, when you don't know how much it's going to cost you for your health care and taxes. this is one of those unintended consequences of the coming out of this administration. you you hoard cash, you don't spend it and we don't see economic growth. john williams is coming up. at the top of the show, we'll talk with senator richard shelby he was questioning janet yellen last week, we'll talk about isis the latest coming out of the terrorist group and what they're going to do to get through this deadline for the department of homeland security
they got a week, what will they be able to do this week? and former cia operative william hurd, the whole idea around jihadi john. what does the outing of this man mean? >> scary. >> he was described as a lovely boy when he was young. >> it's outrageous. >> don't forget to watch maria. >> her show starts ten minutes from now on the fox news channel. coming up here, has your dog ever pulled something like this? >> chase marley under coffee table. >> mine has. >> mine has.fg& >> don't bother scolding him, dogs forget about instantly. what do you do? joey the dog is here to teach you some puppy parenting skills, next.
joey. >> >> he got dressed up for us today. >> it was awesome to see joey. he was gravely injured and abused and you nursed him back to health. he made it for sure. this study we've been talking about it for two days says that dogs have very short term memories. you're saying it's a little more nuanced than that. >> i think an important take away from the article is that dogs -- they're saying humans remember everything that is trivial and we remember everything that is arbitrary and dogs just don't because they don't have to. >> they remember the meaningful things that pertain to their survival. and the rest isn't important they're not going to remember it. >> here is my question. sometimes i'll come home i have a yellow lab baxter. every once awhile he'll dig in the trash or do something bad. when i'll come home he'll be hiding around the corner and his tail is between the legs and everything. i want to punish him and get mad.
if she's forgotten, is it wrong to punish him? >> it is. lots of trainers will tell you that. if it's been a few minutes, they're not always going to relate. >> but it doesn't appear he's forgetting. he looks guilty he looks guilty as charged. >> a lot of times they won't. sometimes it's also your posture, your energy you're walking into the room he's feeding off of. he's seeing that energy right away. >> how do you train a dog? dogs are amazingly trainable of course. give us a tip how to make your dog better. >> consistency and be on it. for example, potty training, if your dog is having accidents in the house you're giving them too much freedom. they don't know what to do with it yet. crate training is -- i'm a big proponent of crate training for housebreaking pets. and being on it. if they're going to the bathroom you have to tell them it's wrong and show them using a command
[ cheers and applause ] >> yeah! good morning. congress kicks the can. hi, everybody. welcome to sunday morning futures. lawmakers now have until friday to do what they could do not do for months and that to reach a long-term agreement on funding the department of homeland security. can they get it together? senator richard shelby is on deck. nabbing potential jihady john in the u.s. we'll talk with a former cia operative operative. operative. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu on the way to the u.s. he'll speak with
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