he sits next to them and makes a move and embarrasses them. can you see him on my show, varney and company at 9:20 easte eastern, first thing tomorrow morning on the fox business network. 9:20, everyone. "the five" is next. hello. i'm here with andrea, bob, and greg. it's 5:00 in new york city, and this is "the five." >> we are 8 days from christmas and the world is a wash in christmas cheer and christmas lights illuminating children of all ages, bob. but here at home atheists and the politically correct are trying to ruin christmas for the kids. two examples, first up a tradition around for 50 years, nor add has tracked santa's sleigh and kids ask track the path of santa's sleigh and leave it to a grinchy group to
campaign for a commercial free childhood said that since fighter jets are he is courting santa's sleigh that it is providing violence. now i literally brought my first dog's down the stairs and he went and tracked santa's sleigh. >> if people don't like christmas decorations, put your own up. if you are jewish, do that, the muslims, you do that. and then i think the whole idea is just -- it just infringes on my rights to celebrate a very important day to me. so i think they are all a bunch of grinches and they should go away. >> and that video we are showing right there, that is the norad void. so what, the jet fighters are escorting santa. injure comments on this. >> i wonder if the parents
complaining about this, that they don't want fighter jets around santa's sleigh, what video games do they think their kids are playing, because the video games have fighter jets and more involved and also norad is an amazing place. every year they do it just right and never lose track. >> campaign for a commercial free childhood. >> i think kids should be bombarded with commercials constantly. but this is not about christmas, this is about the military. i would not be surprised if this group is academically decapitated. the fact is, if there was no military, there would be no christmas or if there was, we would be the reindeer and pulling a nazi sleigh. the multi-has done more for kids than pampers and pacifiers so they should be a part of christmas as much as possible. >> and so are the pampers and others are pests too.
>> i'll use them on occasion. >> every time we do one of these stories, it is some group against the military or kids. two things, if you could just give yourself a break around the holidays, can you just leave kids and the military alone. just those two groups. i looked up this campaign for a commercial-free childhood, they are also the fun police that when they are not busy stop trying to get santa here safely, they are trying to get rid of the happy meal and the toys in the happy meal. so they are against toys also. and the bouncy chairs for infants that millions of person -- parents have. >> i have one in my office. >> greg, they want to take your bouncy chair away because it is too much fun. >> they'll have to pry it from my cold bouncy hands. >> how else do they think santa gets here safely. he needs some fighter jets. >> every christmas we show
pictures of servicemen and women who are overseas who are sending christmas to their kids back home. and i think the idea of attacking this -- and you are exactly right, those jet fighters and video games shoot down more people, these people are getting santa claus here safely. >> and check out the hunter home where christmas lights burn bright and cheery and now listen to a letter that the neighbors wrote to the people with the decorations. listen. >> not everybody in the neighborhood is christian and many people do not wish to see such a flag rant display of your beliefs. you are free to celebrate as you please and free to have bad taste but please have the good sense to do these things in the privacy of your own home, sincerely your neighbors. >> if you are sincere about something like that, you shouldn't have to read it from a letter, you should say it from your heart. >> they didn't want to do that.
an anonymous letters from the neighbors. can i confess, i wrote that letter so we would have a topic at fox news. in fact i've been behind the war on christmas for the last four years. i think generating -- i've been generating all of these stories from my underground banker. it is all a mirage. and i'll save bob for last. >> maybe they just like lights. let them decorate. if you don't like it, don't look at it. or move. if you don't like it. >> did we mix bob's house in there? >> do you get complaints? >> get complaints about people driving by the house. but that is about traffic. she said this is not in good taste. >> it was the neighbors anonymously sending the letter. >> the letter was not in good taste. but they say if you don't like it, keep it in your own home.
they are. it is their property. in this world, want to have a few lights, in this depressing world, you are in a dark world and i've been there, it is an ugly place. >> you take your plug and you plug into the neighbors lights. >> and eric, that line about good taste, that told me the people are elitist snobs, judging someone that is over the top about christmas. they are the people that probably work at the university. >> it is about a leisure culture that has allowed people the time to gripe about things, in the 1950s, you just got out of a war and you wouldn't explain about this -- complain about this. it is the military that allows the freedom to complain about this stuff. we have a very great country that allows us to whine about stuff. >> if they did that to me, i have a lot of extra christmas decorations i would go down and decorate it sat about 3:00 in
the morning. just to let it see what it is like to have a few lights going on. >> how about in the same p.c. spirit, yesterday we showed you the drunken santas fighting in the street and now this is from philly. it is not brand new video but nonetheless, watch this. >> [ bleep ]. >> christmas musics makes it great. >> so, by the way, the two ladies were fighting for a spot closer to the christmas tree lights. >> why? i'm a pennsylvania girl, why do you keep doing that. you keep fulfilling that stair row type we're just a violent meat heads that can't get along during the holidays. >> it is true. but there are a lot of meat heads out there, but it is one thing to fight at football games but to get in the front line for a santa thing, what do -- are
these people thinking about. where is the good cheer about christmas? greg, he is a grinch and been that way all of his life, but for most people, people enjoy the season. >> wait a minute. but why is this season any different? why are we saying it is the christmas season we shouldn't be fighting? no, you should be fighting all of the time. >> that is every day in philly. >> exactly. no matter what it is, if it is the eagles, the fliers, these are the same people just with santa claus hats on. >> it proves that america is overtired. by the end of year you are running out of steam and you want to have a good time and get all of the gifts and you go ton lose your head because you are exhausted. i think you should just lie on the floor and cry myself to sleep. and you know what, it works. thank you wi-fi people. >> we'll talk about that later. now for the hope. an anonymous patron is leaving
huge tips for waiters, waitresses across the country. in portland, tips for jesus left a $5,000 tip on a $576 bar tide. in ann arbor, michigan, from tips for jus and in fairfield, in a college town known for cheap bar, $5,000 on a $112 tab and all documented on instagram under the handle tips for jesus. >> jesus has to be totally psyched because if there is a jesus at every restaurant, he should demand that money. >> no, that was eric traveling to all of those plays. >> i think this is the greatest idea ever. say you've been left money or want to leave money, this is the best idea i've ever heard. go out and have a great dinner and then spread some of your wealth around. this is a fantastic idea, i love this. rather than having the government tell me what to do with it.
dana? >> i would love to have enough money to do something like that. that would be amazing. >> are you living day-to-day, dana? real tough on this talk -- show money. >> yes. it is so hard. but i was going to say, a few weeks ago robert right is complaining about philanthropy in america and some people give to the arts and sciences rather than to homeless people and should there be some sort of -- better morales, this is his point, not mine, that he was making and i think there are different ways to give and tips for jesus is -- >> and there are a lot of charities that give maybe 10 cents to 15 cents on the dollar get given to the people in need. but bartenders and waitress and waitresses are people in need. this is great. >> greg, that was a terrible thing to say. i lot of people in park west leave a tip for a check like
that. >> these tips are from jesus. he never made it into my parents' restaurant. >> what if you are the other waiter and it doesn't happen for you. >> that is a good point. >> if you are the busboy that is great, there is a tip share. >> but what if they don't. >> then they get to take it home themselves. >> on instagram there are waiters and waitresses sending their address saying come to me too. >> and instead -- if there are tips for mohammed, this is ridiculous. >> i wonder if they are tithing the big tip. >> they have to tithe to the government. >> do we have time for the last one? let's do it. too school for school. rasmussen reports 75% of adults believe it is cool in school, even in public school. your thoughts.
>> why isn't it. we do these stories of people that getting so angry during the holiday season, i don't see what the problem is. we are free and tolerant and supposed to be into tradition. anyone against christmas in schools, it goes back to the fun police or you are from philadelphia because you are fighting over the andrea bocelli song. >> i saw a christmas pageant every year and if you want to have a pageant for another religion, have one. >> i'm not surprised at the number but i thought it would be just as many that would say learn about hanukkah too. or squaunza. >> christmas to me is depressing and it reflects the consequence of aging. as you spend more time on the planet, it keeps coming faster. and for kids it seems like it takes forever to get there but for an adult it is always around the corner reminding you, you are going to die. >> but the baby jesus comes and says you are going to live. >> greg, did you ever have a
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♪ all right. a bipartisan budget bill cleared a major hurdle in the senate today and as early as tonight it could be voted on. another shutdown would be averted, that is the goal of the bill. but there is plenty of stuff you will be paying for than lawmakers could have one. tom coburns waste is out and here are the highlights. $124,000 for nasa to develop a pizza to be printed in 3-d. $390 for nasa to teach kids about global warming. $325,000 on a study that bob
could have told you, that wives would mind marriage much more satisfied if they could calm down faster during sargs with their -- during arguments with their husband and $319 million botched on the healthcare.gov website. it comes out on the same day they get a budget deal. bob, it is a long way from the defense department $700 toilet or are things better or just as bad as ever? >> they are probably as bad as ever, but of course we listed these things that grab our viewer as tension and -- viewers attention, of course obamacare had to be in there, but defense budget after defense budget for systems that nobody wants. the defense department is always the largest number in this issue. >> but healthcare.gov is -- >> i'm not sure about the last
part. >> let's not argue the numbers. but eric, $300 million for a website that does not work, do you think we'll ever know how much it costs for the fixes they are trying to make to the website? >> i'll bet you it is ten-fold. i bet you it gets into the -- >> like a billion. >> absolutely. the samt of hours they are spending and if you know anything about i.t. and how much it costs, this could be multiples or ten times what the $300 million was. it was what we paid the french-canadian contractors. coburns out wliens the -- outlines the $300 million, but if you cut that out, you would still spent 99.92% of what you are spending any way. it is really a drop in the bucket. we could probably find $300 billion if we really tried.
>> do you think that washington is ignoring the easy stuff, greg or is it hard to do the harder stuff. even in this budget that will pass tonight, they are dealing with military retirees people who did not serve a full 20 years but are on gates for a pension. >> i'm trying to set up a question for you. >> i want to get to the point. all pizza is 3-d. >> but you don't make it on a printer, you make it on an oven. >> that is a printer. oven is a printer. you take the ingredients and put it in there and it makes a pizza. these are fun but it is pointless if there are no consequences. it is like yelling at your spoiled brat as a kid to stop spending but you never cut up the credit cards. obamacare is permanent and this big thing that -- it is a lesson to everybody about intrusive government that four decades of liberty tearanism could ever get
rid of. if people learn anything from this year, it is that big government sucks. >> andrea, do you think the congressmen feel there are no consequences for these kind of things. >> they feel them when they are in a re-election campaign and they sponsored the bridge to nowhere and then they feel the heat. but then they escape the heat. but harry reid changes the senate rules to make it easier than ever for any senator to slip this kind of thing in. and a thousand for pole dancing in austin, you didn't mention this one. it seems like we are making this up, but we aren't. >> studying the art of pole dancing. >> it is an art. >> but when we debating the sequester, we were debating benefits for military members and i think that makes people the angriest, these contentious fights are over military fights but they have no problem wasting money on things like 3-d pietz.
>> greg is picking on big government and i know it is part of his mantra and he does it every day. but do you not want to pay national debt and defense, social security, kplar, how about border security or the people that do air traffic control. >> it is about choices. >> but you are down to a small percentage of the government. >> i would rather expand on the benefits than illegal immigrants getting tax credits. >> but such a small part of this. >> but i'm looking at the numbers here, social security, $781 billion, department of health and human services, $860. there has to be fat and fraud to cut in there. defense is third. >> so -- i'm sure there is -- >> should we start at social security and medicare. >> what i'm saying is the amount of money that you are talking about cutting here that could be about 15% of the budget and i
think i could agree with that and find that, but some of the rest of the things you keep saying offhand, we don't need big government, but you do need big government or you're going to give up on the big programs. >> we agree on keeping social security and health care for seniors but no one has the courage to tackle it and every time republicans to do to save it and not get rid of it, they get ripped is a part by democrats. >> and when simpson bowls came together for the suggestion of the budget, they worked for a year on it, it was a good compromise and prize obama said we are not going anywhere on it. >> that was one of the great lost opportunities of the year. >> if i'm not mistaken, president obama asked for the simpson-boles commission. obama didn't like what he found and they get rid of it. >> maybe one day we'll find out what kind of words were used by simpson-boles when they heard that. >> i could never stop talking
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it is not often you see the media sanitize a killers beliefs, generally they obsess it. when a post editor was asked about the missing word, she said we decided not to have another student label the shooter. a label the writer probably didn't understand. inspired by the coverage of previous massacres, potential killers fantasize about their own outcomes. media can make murder contagious. but i'm not sure that is why socialist got cut. would it be different if it was tea party. remember gabrielle giffords sand the -- and the cross hair or the boston bombing happening on tax day. reporters edit to fit a narrative they wish to believe, one that may be wrong but comforting. so forgive me if i'm cynical, they have their targets and socialists aren't as desirable
as others. and should they have left it in? >> i think it is pretty unprofessional to edit a direct quote. i also think if they didn't want to do a story to focus on the details of a shooter, they shouldn't have done a story about what his classmates said about his politics and then they wouldn't have this problem. it seems straightforward. and plus you have other outlets, the wall street journal, cbs, who confirmed that numerous students said he was a socialist. but, greg, we have seen this before. there were reports that the skak shooter was a devil worshipper. and they left that out. and reports in virginia tech that the killer was, quote, sedated by two people who had a gun and didn't tell us how. so if it fits their narrative, great. even if it doesn't make any sense or verified. this case was the opposite and now they look pretty -- i think -- foolish. >> bob, do you think it would be
better to just blanket show restraint in reporting these stories to prevent copycats because the more attention you give to the suspect, the more likely you create a repeat? >> i think what you said about that, but this guy never described himself as a socialist, he described himself as a kazzian. they probably didn't know what socialist meant, as most people around don't know what it means. but the fact is why should a paper take two kids in a class and decide this is what the guy is. >> agree with you. but i would like to see that done uniformly. if they had called him a tea party, i wonder if they would. >> no, i could have sworn i saw somewhere where he did call himself a socialist. but maybe i'm wrong. >> a communist, it was. >> well i believe socialist. but to make a long story short, the media goes the other way. you mentioned tea party, wasn't it brian ross that googled the
aurora, colorado teen, had the wrong game and the wrong guy and went to the air with this guy being a tea partier and when it fit the narrative he put it out on the tv and it was wrong and he retracted. but this wasn't them reporting or investigating, they were just reporting what somebody else had already said and they blew it and editorialize there. >> and we had this discussion earlier, dana, there is suicide contagion, the more you report it, the more it occurs to law enforcement made a deal with the media to seize the romantic language about suicide and move it off the front pages. do you think that works here or do you need to have that information out there perhaps to make linkage and find out -- something that might help. >> i understand not romancing it. i don't understand whitewashing it. they did the story saying what the students said. very strange to edit somebody's
quote. the student said what the student said. if the denver post decides the strund was wrong, they can -- decides the student was wrong, they can add a sentence, we think the student was wrong or whatever it might be. but i do think it is important to find out what everybody knows because if you are in law enforcement or a teacher or a parent, wouldn't you want to know what sort of code words or language is being used so you can try to prevent it in the future. so now we have a young woman fighting for her life. >> clair davis. >> and they are whitewashing it in the hometown paper. and i do not believe that the denver post would have said he's a very opinionated right-wing extremist. they wouldn't have edited out right wing extremist. >> why are you saying whitewashing, because a couple of students decided to name him. >> this makes it so angry when i hear they are just a bunch of kids, but when they are 15 they can get plan b.
they are 18 so they can stay on their parents' health care, but they can't get other things. and they used the word chancian -- chancy and. >> somebody is doing something right at the high school. >> i didn't come across that word until i was 44. but clair davis is still in a coma and in critical condition and that is the real downer here and we hope she gets out of it alive. ahead on the five, a disturbing now report on the muslim assault on christians in egypt. the 60 minutes investigation you want to know about. ♪ [ chicken caws ] [ male announcer ] when your favorite food starts a fight, fight back fast with tums. eartburn relief that neutralizes acid on contact and goes to work in seconds. ♪ tum, tum tum tum tums!
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♪ well the muslim oppression of the christians in egypt is nothing new. some people hope the recent revolution would improve things but it didn't. in fact, the opposite has been true. islamist are increasing assaults on christians and churches. here is the witness telling 60 minutes about one of the attacks. >> they looted everything, from chairs to pews, they stole anything that could be carried. what they couldn't carry they destroyed. >> how did they set the church on fire? they set the whole place on fire with molotov cocktails and gasoline. >> and on the way out, the attackers left behind a calling card, grief eaty saying -- graffiti, saying they are islamic. >> now we see this getting worse. that is just one attack. they have been attacked since
the muslim brotherhood has fallen from power and the egyptian government declared them a terror organization. maybe it is time we do too. >> i'm questioning this whole religion of peace. it is only peaceful if you are part of that religion. and the question i have to ask is what are you scared of? if your religion is so awesome, why are you threatened by other beliefs? it makes me think they are incrediblyin secure about their own beliefs or they wouldn't be murdering people. they are cowards. >> dana, president obama has had many opportunities to address the coptic christians and the situation in egypt when he addressed the nation recently about syria, but he's done the opposite. so when he gave his big cairo speech, he allowed the muslim brotherhood to be right there in the first or second row and they were not supposed to be there. our government has sent the expensive tanks over to egypt when the brotherhood was in power and this administration has remained quiet, in fact
going out of their way to say they are moderate. >> well unfortunately, i don't think it is just the problem for this administration, it is going back decades that coptic christians have been fleeing egypt. but they do make up 10% of the population in egypt and that is not an insignificant amount of the population. they only have two people in the senior government, if you can -- they are trying to put together a government. and i would hope that behind the scenes the obama administration, through the state department, is trying to help make that better. i do wonder about two things, america can't be the world's policeman, i understand that. but who will be? and who will stick up for the women and children? there are increasing reports about abductions of women and younger coptic girls who are sexually exploited and forced to convert and someone needs to stand in to protect them. i don't know if he can rely on the government to do that. >> that is the real war on women that they don't talk about. eric, virtually every terrorist has passed through some sort of
muslim brotherhood indoctrination, we have al qaeda from the muslim brotherhood, that is where they originated, mohammed atta was a member of the brotherhood, why does this administration protect the muslim brotherhood. >> i'm not sure. and i don't want to go there. i don't think it matters. here is what matters. coptic christians have been pursecuted and demonstrated against for decades. it is still going on. what you have to ask, we've done stories like this before and we say where the muslim community and the outrage but the bottom line is it is great that 60 minutes puts this up and it is great that we are talking about it and america needs to understand what is going on over there and maybe at some point moderate muslims, if they are out there, if you are out there, you step up and say stop. it is not happening to muslims in america, it shouldn't happen to christians in other countries that we recognize as democracy. >> what do you think, bob?
>> i think it is one of the more outrageous disgraceful disgusting displays of christi n christianity for years. the coptics were there before the muslims were there. in fact they called egypt copt. and it is not just churches. they are doing this to businesses, schools, people on the streets and on top of the military saying we're going to defend the coptics. and what happens now? the courts have made decisions where they took some coptics where a muslim was killed and they give them life sentences and five muslims were killed and they didn't do anything. it's and anti-christian and perpetrated by the muslims and radical muslims and the egypt judiciary are stand -- are cowards. they are afraid to stand up. and eric is right, we don't do that here and some people may think they should to do here but you ought to stop doing it. you are tired of it.
use your sense. they were there before you were. >> should we declare them a terrorist organization? >> egyptians? anybody who participates in that, like mohammed said, put their head on a blocking chop. i had more to say but i ran out of time. >> egypt considers them a terror organization so why don't we. >> well america did cut a coptic christian in bars, they put the man that made that anti-muslim movie into jail too. do you want to know why the lotter is getting so -- lottery is getting so big? it is not an accident. we'll tell you why when we come back. ♪ [ female announcer ] to bake.
billion by christmas if no one wins tonight. there is a discussion about how this hurts poor people than other people. there is a doctor that -- this is a doctor explaining why it is such a good thing. >> the proceeds go to necessary programs that states have that otherwise they would be having taxes for. it is like willie wonka and the chocolate factory and the magic of that when you were a child. the imagination that anybody, rich or poor, any corner of the earth, if you have the winning ticket, it is you. >> and eric, what is the chance of you getting the winning ticket. >> 1 in 175 million, they upped the odds. but if you want to debate the merits of lottery, there aren't very many. you put a dollar in, the state takes at best # 50% and half of the other winnings go back to you. it is a losing proposition -- it is basically a tax or you could have some fun and say if i won, would you do this with it and i
would tithe and give you guys some money. >> that is good. because i've been kind of hurting. >> that upper west side thing. >> but i was never allowed to gamble, so i don't know. >> gee, that is not too bright. >> i never think i would win so, don't buy a ticket. but i should tonight. >> greg, do you buy tickets? >> no. it is a flaw in thinking. it could be me that wins, and yes, you could also be murdered. if you wish to beat the odds to win lotto, be aware that the odds of being murdered and hit by lightning are higher. so you do not want to root for life's randomness because it is deadlier than helpful. if you sit here and go i hope i win the lottery, you're more likely to get run over by a bus and not root for life's randomness because it is against you, life's randomness is evil and deadly.
>> well close down the whole lottery system. but what would you do if you won all of the money. >> i think life's randomness is what allowed five people to sit around on a talk show. we are pretty lucky when you think about all of the people in america. >> and there is a plane out there somewhere that just went imbalance. >> and lightning is going to hit you. >> randomness is not a good thing. >> i'll play when it is not a big win. i'll see the little $12 million and i says that when i will play. >> all four of us here. >> except for dana. >> we know we are lucky. i have a hunch winning the lottery would be worse than anything. >> oh, no, i would never see you people again. i would be in south carolina so fast. >> as you well know -- >> are you kidding, you wouldn't be on the five? >> you would get up in the middle of the show. you wouldn't even look back.
you won't look back. >> she would get someplace there is new wi-fi and would stay. i am a gambler, i think i have a chance at the horse track and pocker, i play kino. >> kino is fun. >> but this is the first time i bought a lottery ticket. >> would you still work if you won. >> oh, sure. >> i would work from my screened-in porch. >> people who do win the lottery, their lives go to hell. nobody has a good life. >> you are so negative. that is so not true. >> i have to read it. >> one more thing is up next and i hope greg wins the lotto. and now my journey across the country has brought me to the lovely city of boston. cheers. and seeing as it's such a historic city, i'm sure they'll appreciate that geico's been saving people money for over 75 years.
you are not speaking about it because you are islamistic. >> i don't know how i segway from that. but the last year rush was inducted into the rock 'n' roll hall of fame finally and this year other favorites have been inducted, including hall and oates. they were inducted into the rock 'n' roll hall of fame. and this is a shocker -- kiss. it took this long for them and linda rond stat is another one. nirvana. and peter gabriel. >> i thought you were going to say rush limbaugh. >> no, the band rush. >> oh, dana, very good. >> so much for rock 'n' roll. >> d., you are up. >> i saw this cool thing this morning in bbc news. there is a guy named simon beck who is making geometric art. he does this by his skis. he used to orient maps. that was his passion.
but if you are up on a chair lift and you are going to go skiing, you can see the amazing things he does all by himself and he maps them out and does the skiing. his feet are in a bad way, but if he keeps often the front of his feet he can do this snow art. so go to our website and you can see more. >> you could see that on vacation? >> i don't get vacation. i'm up. if you saw us the other day, we picked our secret santas. i can't say who my secret santa is, but i want suggestions. but hit me up on facebook and twitter. let me know for some people on the five. it could be andrea, bob, kimberly, dana. >> is it me? >> it could be. i had a couple of years ago. >> and i got my wine six months later. >> you did get it.
>> and i was going to talk about how vitamins are awaste of time, because -- a waste of time. don't take them. it is expensive urine. but the fact that we were talking about the lottery ear earli earlier. a guy -- an 84-year-old grand forge won a howard stern contest sand he choked to death hours before the date on a steak in hurrahs. >> it proves your theory from the b. block or c. block. >> yeah, life -- >> you know about the vitamins, you think they are a waste of time and you say they are like a urine. doesn't there a group that drinks urine? >> yes. >> there is? >> yeah, they are called democrats. >> that is funny. and republicans do the other. >> don't eat the yellow snow. >> don't forget, set your dvrs
to you never -- so you never miss a episode of the five. tomorrow the full hour of charles krauthammer. >> is there really people? president obama looks for high-tech help for his glitch-filled website while his poll numbers continue to crash. that plus democratic senator joe manchin joins our senate seat. this is special report. good evening. i'm bret baier. president obama is bringing in a high tech executive with experience to fix his massively flawed health care website. but rebooting his administration's badly damaged reputation might need more long-term help. we have fox team coverage tonight. jim angle in the bureau with growing outrage over the pro