Aug. 1, 2005
I filled in for John Gibson on “The Big Story” Friday night. It was a blast. I love having the time to do extended interviews on the hot topics of the day.
I thought correspondent Jonathan Hunt was particularly good, talking about the terror arrests in London, and the public reaction. He's a Brit, and brought terrific insight to the set.
The Judge was also great, as always, discussing how far the law allows investigators to go in trying to infiltrate mosques to search for terror suspects overseas and here at home, and on how far police can go in racial profiling.
This week, I'll have a really cool exclusive story...I can't give it away, but I will say this: it could change the look of breakfast for millions of people FOREVER!
This is the first time that I saw you substituting on John Gibson's "Big Story", great job. You write very well. Very talented.
An Avid FOX News Fan,
You were terrific as the host today! You had enthusiasm and wonderful rapport with your guests. This was the first time we have seen you host a show. You were a success! Keep doing such good work!
Jim and Judy
You put flutters in my stomach and tears in my eyes with your short, but very descriptive words of the Discovery liftoff. Thank you for taking me back to when I was young. I was right there with you and I miss the excitement we used to feel with the countdown and liftoff.
Leslie in Austin, Texas
Chills and bumps. Heart flutters and big smiles. That was awesome! Great coverage!. Did it make you wish you had been an astronaut instead of a news reporter? Glad everything went well for you all and thanks for the blog this morning...always interesting and informative. Now we can worry about getting them, and you, back down.
Rockbridge Baths, VA
We enjoy your work and commentary. Thank you for all your efforts and keep your feet clean, ok?
— Mary Kay
I also had my bare feet wanded, but I had set off the scanner. I have a pin in my foot and the TSA guy went crazy trying to figure out why his detector kept going off. He used two devices!! When I told him that I had metal in my foot, he brought over his fellow TSA types to show them. It was funny!! So I guess there could be some method to their madness.
I once saw a airport screener wand some Boy Scouts who were in uniform with their badges. After that came a ancient old lady barely walking, and he wanded her. When it was my turn I told the man if we have to wand Boy Scouts and little old ladies we have lost already.