When Persian Gulf War veteran Jim Knotts was presented with the opportunity to get involved with the organization known as Operation Homefront, it didn't take him long to decide to sign on. Now, Knotts is Homefront's CEO, and when he stopped by Fox and Friends on Friday - Flag Day - he shared his team's mission with Brian Kilmeade. At his side was a soldier who says he owes Operation Homefront a debt of gratitude for what they've done to help him and his family.
On this morning's Fox and Friends, Brian Kilmeade got a much-coveted look at what really goes on behind the scenes at the NYPD Command Center in Manhattan. And he got the tour from no other than the police commissioner himself, Ray Kelly.
The Obama administration is looking to fine tech companies unless they make eavesdropping on Americans easier.
According to Judge Napolitano, the Obama administration is asking to have the ability to request information on emails and phone calls despite the fact that that they may not have the time or evidence to get a search warrant. “If the internet provider said no, go get a search warrant, they wanted to be able to fine that provider,” Napolitano explained.
A man in southern California devised and implemented a petition, asking people to agree to sign away their Constitutional rights. But that's not the scariest part. Most shocking is how many people he got to sign it!
Media critic Mark Dice explained on Fox and Friends that he came up with the idea as a social experiment, wanting to see whether people would actually agree to the government limiting their First and Second Amendment rights.
Tonight’s premiere of the Travel Channel’s docu-style series ‘Burger Land’ promises to be juicy, to say the least (we’ve got even more jokes where that one came from, folks). This season, host George Motz criss-crosses the U.S. in search of the nation’s best burger, each episode anchoring himself in one American city digging up the best it has to offer.