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Octane Fitness, exclusive elliptical designers and creator of the newest category of fitness, the seated elliptical category showcased on Fox and Friends. The seated elliptical, known as the xRide, provides an amazing total body workout while combining strength and cardio benefits in one compact machine.
11 Mar 2009
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Eric Yaverbaum, President of Ericho Communications on FOX and Friends with host Gretchen Carlson discussing government spending.
11 Jul 2009
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CEO of *******behindtheburner****, Divya Gugnani, shows the cast of Fox and Friends how to make a delicious, patriotic cocktail for your next American holiday.
10 Sep 2009
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*******watchdogonwallstreet**** Chris Markowski the "Watchdog on Wall Street" joins the panel on FOX and Friends to discuss the GOP debate
15 Oct 2011
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Ron Paul will be the next president. *******freesignup.tv
22 Dec 2007
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Sally discusses tips for the first family now that the First Granny has moved into the Whitehouse!
4 Feb 2009
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*******watchdogonwallstreet****‬ Christopher Markowski has carried the titles of author, investment banker, equity analyst, muckraker, all around trouble-maker, and most importantly consumer advocate. He is the founder of the financial planning firm Markowski Investments, an institution that provides the highest level of financial planning to all people regardless of their net-worth.
24 Mar 2011
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*******watchdogonwallstreet****‬ Christopher Markowski has carried the titles of author, investment banker, equity analyst, muckraker, all around trouble-maker, and most importantly consumer advocate. He is the founder of the financial planning firm Markowski Investments, an institution that provides the highest level of financial planning to all people regardless of their net-worth.
24 Mar 2011
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*******carolmswain**** Carol Swain joins the Great American Panel with Sean Hannity talking about the death of Qaddafi and what it means for the country of Libya.
25 Oct 2011
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Preview Donald Trump
2 Mar 2017
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"FOX and Friends" co-host Steve Doocy talks about his book, "Tales From the Dad Side," and being a father (interview aired on The 700 Club). Keywords: the700club, The 700 Club, CBN News, CBN, Christian Broadcasting Network, 700 Club Web site: *******www.cbn**** Counseling Center: 1-800-759-0700
7 Jan 2009
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Jason Belmonte, the two-handed sensation from Australia shows New York how they do it down under. Jason was in New York for the Fox and Friends show on Saturday, March 28, 2009
2 Nov 2009
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Ariane talks about how to keep your job on FOX and Friends on Sunday, June 14, 2009.
16 Jun 2009
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*******www.DrRobynSilverman**** Dr Robyn Silverman, Body Image Expert, Child and Teen Development Specialist, creator of the Powerful Words Character Development System and author of "Good Girls Dont Get Fat" appears live on the Tyra Banks Show, Dr Drew Live, Fox and Friends, Fox News, LXTV and others. For more information or to book Dr Robyn Silverman for a speaking or media engagement, please contact her at *******www.DrRobynSilverman****
31 Mar 2010
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Vanna only got to touch ONE letter – in a Wheel of Fortune shocker. A seven word, 27-letter puzzle. And one very lucky contestant. Here’s a look courtesy of The Post-Ledger and Sony. BURKE: “L.” SAJAK: “Uh, one ‘L.’” BURKE: “Can I solve? “ (Audience laughter) SAJAK: “Okay.” BURKE: “It is a prize puzzle.” SAJAK: “Yeah.” BURKE: “I’ve got a good feeling about this.” SAJAK: “That’s right.” ABC’s morning anchors couldn’t believe her luck – but still weren’t as surprised as the king of the big wheel. FEMALE ANCHOR: “They say you can see Sajak was just completely stunned. He actually said, ‘Wait a minute. Let me get over this,’ because he didn’t know how to respond to her.” MALE ANCHOR: “Yeah, that’s impressive. Maybe practice mixed with luck. Maybe a little bit of both. Congratulations.” Caitlin Burke is a lifelong Wheel watcher – and applied for the show dozens of times. To hear her describe it to New Jersey’s Star Ledger, she’s been practicing for this all her life. “One day in high school classmates took turns talking about their goals. ‘Someone would say, ‘I want to be a vet,’… ‘I said, ‘I want to go on Wheel of Fortune.’" Burke got a Caribbean trip for solving the puzzle. But Fox News’ Dana Perino isn’t particularly impressed – or clear on the game’s rules. PERINO: “But she only won $900. How’s that possible?” DOOCY: “She obviously got the prize.” PERINO: “So if you solve the puzzle, you don’t get the—oh, okay, I get it. I haven’t watched it in a long time.” DOOCY: “If you solve it, you get whatever’s on the table.” KILMEADE: “And you always get the home game.” PERINO: “And she gets to be on Fox and Friends.” And while everyone else is cheering for Burke, MSNBC’s Morning Joe team thinks it’s wheely suspicious. GEIST: “Come on (no way!)…we’ve got a Quiz Show scandal on our hands. I want a full congressional investigation.” SCARBOROUGH: “Come on!” BRZEZINSKI: “That does not happen.” SCARBOROUGH: “That’s a scene from Groundhog Day.” BRZEZINSKI: “Willy, don’t trick us. This is silly.” Finally, we should point out one contestant went before Burke – guessing the letter “R,” but it wasn’t there. Gawker says this means she had two letters – but who cares? “OK, so *technically* Caitlin knew that there was no ‘R’ included (in addition to the one ‘L’ that was shown), too, but still... that was pretty damn impressive, no?’ So what do you think? Lucky break? Or was this too lucky?
11 Nov 2010
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BY ALYSSA CARTEE You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy Voice: "Representative Battles? Representative Battles?" Bosma: "Representative Battles is absent" Voice: "Representative Bauer? Representative Bauer?" Bosma: "Representative Bauer is apparently absent." Indiana House Democrats fled the state this week -- Wisconsin-style -- in order to delay a vote on an anti-union bill. Sound familiar? 37 Democrats kept the House from meeting quorum to conduct business. Those Democrats say they won’t be coming back until they receive a commitment from Governor Mitch Daniels and House Speaker Brian Bosma that the “right-to-work” bill will be dropped for good. The bill would allow workers to collect union-won wages and benefits without paying union dues. (Video: Indy Star) Indiana follows Wisconsin’s example. A commentator on Fox and Friends suggests Wisconsin used rank and file tactics to disband unions. “The story of Wisconsin, is the fact that collective bargaining is working. The governor achieved all the concessions he sought, pertain to go give back, salary cuts.” So, is this a sign of more to come? A blogger for the National Review says the new trend of lawmakers leaving a state to avoid a vote could indicate the “talked about national government shut down” may not be far off. “...Democrats in (now) two states have actually shut down their governments — and not due to a legitimate legislative impasse, but by the illegitimate tactic of fleeing the state to avoid being compelled to do their jobs? … how bad can shutting down the government be?” The Atlantic Wire says it is possible similar tactical moves could happen across the country. “...the rest of the Midwest might have to get used to the idea of obstructionism served "Wisconsin style." With such heated debates, there has to be a bad guy, right? Not necessarily. Seattle Post-Intelligencer suggests, while Wisconsin blames the Democrats, an historic Republican once made the same move. “Unlike GOP Gov. Scott Walker in Wisconsin, (Indiana Governor Mitch) Daniels did not demonize Democrats for departing the House. (The man who would be Republicans’ first president, Abraham Lincoln, deliberately absented himself from the Illinois Legislature in 1840 to slow down passage of legislation he did not like.) Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy will start similar union discusssions in his state and feels the media is blaming unions. Which led to a spirited discussion on MSNBC’s Mornin’ Joe. Gov. Dannel Malloy (CT) : "I heard some of this give-and-take you guys engaged in before you came to me. You were demonizing the unions. And you were saying that politicians." Joe Scarborough: "No, I'm not." Malloy: "That politicians gave in. We're not talking about disbanding the legislature here. We're talking about disbanding unions. Is that fair?" Scarborough: "I don't know who you thought was demonizing unions?" Mika Brzezinski: "I think that was happening." Scarborough: "Who was doing that?" Brzezinski: "We were focusing so much on exactly what is wrong with parts of the union system, benefits some get and it got so specific-" In addition to Wisconsin, Indiana and Connecticut, Ohio’s state government is facing large protests against an anti-union bill. The Governor of New Jersey says he’s looking for a similar solution to his state’s budget problems. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Feb 2011
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