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CSPAN
May 24, 2014 9:57pm EDT
of only the u.s. could love in that we're an intellectual property generating a company. china's a giant economy. they produce -- why can't they just define their national security objectives as including the economic health of their companies. i mean, is the distinction that we're drawing really a stable one and that we'll be able to sustain in an international argument over what's legitimate and what's illegitimate in the rem of economic espionage? >> well, it's a good question. let's think about it the other way around for a second because whether or not we bring prosecutions and follow the evidence where it's a choice no matter what. and what we're seeing is we're seeing victim companies, private entities inside the united states, indictment details. they might design a pipe and put a lot of research in designing the pipes. and then the -- there's a question over whether you buy what they have built with their hard work and innovation or steal it. and when we come across a case of somebody stealing it by hacking into somebody's system without permission and taking the design th
CBS
May 13, 2012 11:30am EDT
from enemies, like china, will rain on any of our targets. >> and we have to resupply our defenses with those missiles using lines of supply that stretch back to the united states which may be under attack. >> what are the developments over the past couple of years that really have put some of the capabilities within reach? >> putting money into chemical laser technologies which was powering the airborne laser that you mentioned and frankly the airborne laser was a very unwielding weapon operationally. you have to stand close to an enemy, within range of the missiles to shoot them down. >> and it had the chemical iodine laser which was -- >> correct. corrosive and toxic chemicals. but now there are solid state lasers, using thin disks like a microscope slide that will generate powerful beams of laser light that could interdict uav's unmanned air vehicles, cruise missiles and swarming boats, the kinds of threats we see in the persian gulf today. >> what are some of the more direct specific applications and the specific systems that we're likely to see and what time frame are we talk
CSPAN
Nov 27, 2011 6:00am EST
part of our future and if we don't get on that, china will run right past us, every country. >> i think everyone has covered it very well. i would follow up on the entrepreneurial point because i think there will be a rise of smaller news entities, literary entities. the technology enables people to reach a large audience, an international audience very quickly and easily if they find the right niche. something like the ipad which has already had a large impact on how people absorb news information is only two years old. it is really at the beginning of these sorts of things. a lot of small start-ups will start but it is not like "the new york times" will quit printing or shut down. they are on top of things. they know the impact of technology. they coopt things they see and smaller organizations. i think you will see this mix of the rise of new organizations. it is moving a lot faster but i think it is exciting because it enables smaller organizations to do quality work and find an audience. there might be a little bit of a return of the professional writer in the sense that it i
CSPAN
Dec 14, 2013 11:00pm EST
with china lead to timetable for the bilateral treaty talks? >> it is an upcoming meeting we have next week. thes between the u.s. and u.s. trade. we have a very robust agenda. the bilateral trade agreement is on that agenda. push manyking to different issues forward. >> what is the biggest thing that you hope the joint commission will, was? -- will accomplish? >> we have many issues back and forth. it is a negotiation. i am not going to pick one thing that we will try to get done. >> when will you be nominating someone is permanent rector of the u.s. patent and trademark office? >> very soon. >> i do not nominate, the president nominates. sure.ot let me just say, we are in the process with the white house. i am hoping very shortly. >> have you recommended someone? >> we are in that process. >> [inaudible] >> good morning. i want to follow-up on the question before to clarify, the question of the chicago homecoming came up. the talk about the president and your answer was in the very short-term calculus. what do you see in the long-term future if there is a homecoming? agree with
CSPAN
Aug 30, 2015 2:01pm EDT
don't want money. they are worth billions of dollars. but when i say carl icahn, handle china. we are going to make a great deal. because that's what happens. we are going to take back our trade. if you look at china, if you -- i was in los angeles -- i saw the biggest cars i've ever seen with pouring out, one after another, made in japan. it doesn't help us. where does it help us mark we sell them beef. -- dohey don't want it you ever see what's going on? it goes over there and it's perishable, so by the time it gets over there, they turn around and we don't want it and they have cars coming from these pourve ships and they just off the ships. how stupid are we? i leave in free trade. but i have to be fair trade. when you look at japan, they taken money up here and we give them money down here. we give nothing -- it's peanuts. balance it out, fellas. you have to balance it. greatnd of mine is a manufacturer. -- it's probably the greatest theft in the united states. they've taken our money, they've taken our jobs, they have taken so much, and they are creating a bubble and we are
CSPAN
Dec 6, 2014 5:00pm EST
. dave, you were asking earlier about china. i do not take potential competition from china lightly, but i am absolutely confident we've got better cars than china does. and i'd much rather have our problems than china's problems. that i'm confident about. on the other hand, the one thing i will say is that if they need to build some stuff, they can build it. and over time, that wears away our advantage competitively. it's embarrassing -- you drive down the roads, and you look at what they're able to do. the place that we stayed at for the apec summit was this lavish conference center, and it probably put most of the conference centers here to shame. they built it in a year. now, you've got an authoritarian government that isn't necessarily accountable. i understand we're not going to do that. but if they're able to build their ports, their airports, their smart grid, their air traffic control systems, their broadband systems with that rapidity and they're highly superior to ours -- over time, that's going to be a problem for us. so, fred, i guess the answer is, i'm going to talk to
CSPAN
Dec 14, 2013 9:00pm EST
vice of china. the vice president of china. [speaking chinese] >> dear members of the mandela family, your excellency president zuma, it is an honor to be here. [speaking chinese] we have traveled from different parts of the world together together today to honor nelson mandela the founding president of a new south africa. in the name of the chinese government we wish to express deep condolences and pay high tribute to this great figure born on this continent. he has a smile that we remember fondly. >> translator: mr. mandela was the extraordinary founding four of the new south africa, with decades of strenuous efforts he led the people of south africa to victory in the fight against apartheid, making historic contributions to the first of the rainbow nation and laying the foundation for the long-term growth of his country. [speaking in foreign language] >> translator: mr. mandela was the pride of the african people. he had strived for the liberation of african nation, championes the dignity of the african people, and moved forward africa's cooperation with the world. he dedicated hi
CSPAN
Mar 12, 2016 4:42pm EST
products in the united states. not in china. when the carrier air conditioner says they are leaving the united states, 1400 people because they ,re going to build in mexico and nabisco is leaving chicago because they are one to build in mexico, not going to happen with me. we are going to keep our businesses here. [crowd cheers] mr. trump: let me talk about your governor. do you mind? i want to tell you. it's a boring subject but we will talk about him anyway. he was the managing director of lehman brothers, one of the great catastrophes in the history of this world. almost brought down the world. -- john kasich was a managing director. he was there with the people making these horrible decisions. he voted for nafta and you forgot. ooing] b mr. trump: nafta has destroyed new england. you have fought for years and years. you will never recover completely from it. we are bringing those businesses back. so, putting the vote in my opinion, anyone who puts their hand up for nafta, it wiped out states. it wiped out new england. it has taken years and years. you look at those factories. th
CSPAN
Jun 5, 2016 7:29pm EDT
, by coming down hard on currency that china has debased and manipulated for years, and what she's doing on rules of origin and what that means for the american auto industry. i trust her because i know what she will do, fight for american jobs with a different trade policy,a different tax and a different manufacturing policy. [applause] sen. brown: so it is my honor to on monday-- afternoon, i usually think i will go off to washington. tomorrow, i'm going to the board of elections and i'm going to cast my vote for the next president, america's first female commander-in-chief, hillary rodham clinton. [applause] >> it's a decision day for the supreme court tomorrow. yesterday, we got an update on how the court has been working since justice antonin scalia died. this is about 10 minutes. >> joining us now is adam, the supreme court correspondent for "the new york times" and he is here to talk about how the court has been operating since the vacancy created by the death created by the death of justice antonin scalia. tell us how the eight-member court is working so far. >> it seems li
CSPAN
Oct 14, 2012 6:00am EDT
it's in haiti, or in china, or in any other place; wherever the seeds of freedom are sprouting. needn't impose it but we to nourish it. and that's the kind of thing that i would do as president. follow those three commitments into the future. >> o.k., we have a question up there. >> yes, you've talked a lot tonight about creating jobs, but we have an awful lot of high school graduates who don't know how to read a ruler, who cannot fill out an application for a job. how can we create high-paying jobs with the education system we have, and what would you do to change it? >> who would like to begin? the education president? >> go ahead, yeah, go ahead. >> i'd be delighted to. because you can't do it the old way. you can't do it with the school bureaucracy controlling everything. newthat's why we have a program that i hope people have heard about. it's being worked now in 1,700 communities -- bypassed congress on this one, ross -- 1,700 communities across the country. it's called america 2000. and it literally says to the communities: reinvent the schools. not just the bricks and m
CSPAN
Jun 2, 2013 6:00am EDT
and china and singapore and south korea. good jobs are going to go where the most knowledged workers are. and as a country, we can keep those good jobs here or fight to bring more here, or we can see those jobs migrate other plays. for me, this is about so much more than education. we're really fighting for our country's future. we're fighting to keep great middle-class jobs here, and if we don't do that, other countries are going to outcompete us and outinnovate us. if you look at the international metrics and data, we're 12th in the world in college graduation rates, usually some 25th to 30th in terms of math. we have to get better faster than ever before to go in the opposite direction. it's self-destructive for the country. >> how do you see the common core standards fitting into your plan to reimagine high school? >> having higher standards, internationally benchmarked college and career-ready standards, that is a huge step in the right direction. the goal here, andrea, is not common. the goal is high. and many states under no child left behind dummy down standards, reduce them
CSPAN
Sep 25, 2011 6:00am EDT
would get it? we would be strengthen the economies of other countries like china, india, and brazil while america's economy grows weaker. american businesses need pro-growth policies that would end the uncertainty and kick-start hiring investment. american workers need policies that will get them off the sidelines and back on the job. the american economy needs a time-out from excessive and costly regulations. in sports, a time-out gives athletes a chance to catch their breath and make better decisions. american workers and businesses are the athletes in a global competition that we must win. we need a time-out from excessive regulation so that america can get back to work. ♪ >> president obama spoke at the closing ceremony and awards dinner at the congressional black caucus foundation. he talked-a-the efforts of his administration to help those in need and urged congress to pass his jobs plan. this 30-minute event was held in the nation's capital. >> hello, c.b.c.! thank you so much. thank you. [applause] please, everybody have a seat. it is wonderful to be with all of you tonigh
CSPAN
Jun 28, 2014 11:00pm EDT
solution will be found to end the current most serious conflict with the people's republic of china that is going on. of antiracism, internationalism was raised high in solidarity with south africa's fight for freedom. [applause] when we hailed the founding of democraticiracist republic of south africa, we continue to raise the banner in solidarity with the new pro-socialist venezuela and all the new elected progressive governments in latin america. [applause] iraqood with the people of against u.s. invasion and occupation. continued struggle for lasting peace and self-determination. usa foreverf the cp will waive against u.s. imperialism and solidarity with the oppressed and exploited in the world. [applause] it is against austerity which is being spread by the most powerful economic forces around the world. we are for labor and people fighting back all over the world. we stand with the people of iran against the threats of war coming mainly from our culture right but not only from them. also from the israeli ruling circles. we will high our banner to stand with the people of central an
CSPAN
Jun 9, 2012 2:00pm EDT
lot of things including some of the thing that is -- things opened with china. and it could talk about an end game in which weapons were prohibited in a binding international relationship but with no uncertainty. instead of relationships which include much more transparency i hope designed and carried out by the iaea a set of relationships in which we finally a gradual it is easy because we have our mindsets very close. it is difficult because normally, we leave nothing for you to discuss. i would like to thank the arms control association for managing this. i would like to touch on the subject to be helpful for face- saving issue for nuclear issue. defense issue is to emphasize the case. i think it is too much politicized. the second issue is what they raised about their rights on the mpt. many other countries have rights. the right is there. the argument is emphasizing, maintaining that responsibilities come first and then writes. iran maintains the right to enrich, and the responsibility comes after. in one step, they can agree on a simultaneous approach. the people respect th
CSPAN
Apr 5, 2014 3:07pm EDT
and people are the slowdown in china. urope seems to be recovering from a much deeper hole than we ever got into. strepbts in ns in the economy. consumer spending has been up.ing but we'll see. to be been a tendency very positive at the beginning of the year and then those xpectations get kind of torn apart by year end. we'll see if this is the year out. we finally break >> our guest with us until 8:30 ur first call froms steve who is from east chicago, indiana. morning. caller: good morning c-span. about to ask a question as far as jobs in our city in east chicago. small town and not many as far as s area and the unemployment, i want to ask to the gentlemen does think republicans will think this time loyment around? i really do think that they extent the unemployment in the and especially east chicago area. it's very hard. jobs.listen for it's like 1,000 people looking for 20 jobs that might be out there. hard. s kind of >> whether a kind of jobs would you be looking for? something hike i look for inustrial job, security, put for labor. it's just hard because so many people are lo
CSPAN
Feb 23, 2015 2:00am EST
discovered was the method hong kong would be forced to adopt for electing the governor. china had promised in 2007 that the chief executive by 2017 would be popularly elected, but the china's people congress laid out the procedure and as the procedure described, the ultimate aim is the selection of the chief executive by universal suffrage upon nomination by a broadly represented nominating committee in accordance with democratic procedures. a nominating committee. a committee composed of 1200 citizens, which means about .0 24% of hong kong. what the chinese were describing was this two-stage process -- there is an election where all the citizens and on -- in hong kong would have the right to vote, but there's a nomination process where the select 1200 would have to vote. and you have to do well in the nomination process to be able to run in the election. a two-stage process with a filter in the middle between the two stages and that is what triggered the strike in hong kong because the view was the filter was biased. as protesters describe the 1200 being dominated by pro-beijing
CSPAN
Aug 12, 2012 6:30pm EDT
people cheat like china has, there will be consequences. number four, we are going to do something that paul has been wanting to do for years. when we have republicans in house and senate and the white house, we will cut federal spending and get america on track to the balanced budget. we are going to champion small business. we will help them grow and thrive. i cannot believe that the other day when i saw that quote of the president in virginia appeared at cannot believe he said that. if you have a business, you did not build it. someone else did that. then he said it is not fair. you took me out of context. go on youtube. read the context. you will find the context is worse than the quote. he said there are lots of smart people. he may think it is because you're working hard but a lot of people work hard. i cannot figure out where he was going. in this country we celebrate people who reach, a dream aspire, and cheese. that is the nature of how america works. when the guy or gal from the factory in says i took the class at the community college and i got some more skills, we celeb
CSPAN
Dec 15, 2013 1:00am EST
call upon our next speaker who is the vice president of china. >> dear members of the mandela family, your excellency lead tprerleaders from around the world, ladies and gentlemen and dear friends. [speaking in chinese] we have travelled from different parts of the world together here today to mourn the passing of nelson mandela, the founding president of the new south africa. here on behalf of the people's republic of china and the chinese government and people, i wish to express deep condolences and pay high tribute to this figure born on the african continent whose bright smile we remember fondly. [speaking in chinese] mr. mandela was the founding father of the new south africa with decades of strenuous efforts he led the people of south africa to victory with the fight against apartheid and laying a solid foundation for the long term growth of his country. [speaking in chinese] mr. mandela was the pride of the african people for all his life he had strived for the liberation of african nations, championed the dignity of the african people and endeavor for the unity of africa's co
CSPAN
Mar 21, 2015 11:00pm EDT
. what is your view on google withdrawing from china? more specifically, to provide limited but still superior service to 1.4 billion people compared to no service at all. gabriel: that was definitely the most challenging chapter of my time at google without a doubt. you know, it was a source of real soul-searching at the company. first, let me tell you where we stand on this at twitter and i can try to shed some light on how that went for us at google. twitter is currently blocked in china. as much as we would love for people in china to be able to freely access twitter, they cannot. what we said is that we are unwilling to make the kinds of sacrifices that we believe we would need to make in order to be unblocked there. perhaps there is a world in which twitter can be unblocked but it would require sacrifices that were just not prepared to commit to because of our values. in the case of google, i would say it was similar. the difference was for us at the time to continue to operating there, it was requiring levels of sacrifice that we were unwilling to continue to sign up for. you c
CSPAN
Oct 10, 2015 11:19pm EDT
quiet. telling china you to straighten out your human rights violations. going down to cuba, we will have relations with you, but your human rights violations -- as if you don't have no problem in america. we are trying to show the world, these are problems here. these problems demand resolution. america don't have the heart to do it. thomas jefferson gave some brilliant remarks about freedom. and trembling for america when he reflected that god is just and his justice would not sleep forever. and then, thomas jefferson with his others fashioned the seal of this nation. at first, the seal reflected the wrath of god. in a light from above. and fell on me below. that the wrath of god would come down on america is america would not free the slaves. -- if america will not free the slaves. he knew it should be done. so, thomas jefferson said we need to let the slaves go. we need to give them a good sendoff. we need to give them land, we need to give them machinery. we need to give them seeds to plant crops. we need to teach them the science of where fair -- warfare that they would be able
CSPAN
Nov 1, 2015 5:00am EST
program of shippers. things like, china, where a lot of containers come from, if you have shippers that you work with all the time that are credible, you can certify those containers? >> there is the customs trade partnership against terrorism where we work with importers and vessels, manufacturers, truckers, they adopt higher security protocols. as part of that, we validate that they have implemented but they said they would. we will treat them as lower risk than an unknown company. >> if someone can segregate -- >> that is the intention. a higher risk from unknowns, yes or. -- yes, sir. >> i guess, from the admiral, are intercepted, how often is that used? when you find something, do you shut it down, does it open later? >> transnational criminal organizations are very resilient. they react when we are successful. they will move the geography of their smuggling, that will sometimes change the conveyance and the timing to try to thwart us. we combat that primarily with intelligence and intelligence-based operation so we can have their with limited offshore assets in the right place at
CSPAN
Oct 26, 2014 2:30am EDT
to as chinese shots. he had a number of those. in 1933, he moved back to china. most of that was all that i knew until about two years ago. when i retire from nbc universal i figure out what i would do is fulfill a promise i'd make myself because my mother was always so sad. she had an air of melancholy around here my whole life. what i knew was that this was because she had been ripped away from her father, never saw him again, wrote in a family in jamaica that devalued her for being of mixed race. i know that i am african american, jamaican american, par chinese-american. what i can tell you, make no mistake about it, i know i am a black woman. [applause] that is not the end of the story. for many of us, it's a lot more that goes into who we are and how we are then we see on the surface. i would like clip to show. when i retired in 2012, i was very fortunate that my oldest brother, here's the weird genius kid, and maybe a dozen years ago, he started trading company. taught computers how to trade financials on global markets at about three years, the company was capitalized at $5 bi
CSPAN
Aug 30, 2015 2:00pm EDT
the labor force. it is hard to believe. we have 50 million people in poverty. china is taking our money. japan is taking our money. you just lost a big car plants to mexico in tennessee. frontpage, "wall street journal" -- i love this guy. guy.e this he's just holding this sign up. look at him. i know he's voting for. this is a movement. movement -- i don't want it to be about me. this is about common than, this is about doing the right thing. the things that came out in the poll that was really amazing -- in iowa, we are leading day -- those are great people. we had such an amazing evening. it was a happening. we just left alabama, which was unbelievable. 31,000 people in a stadium and it was supposed to for -- it was pour.ed to the polls just came out in alabama -- leading big in alabama, leading big in iowa. in new tremendously big hampshire, leading really big in new hampshire. leading big in florida. we have aovernor -- low energy governor and we have a senator, and we are leading big in florida. how do you do that? you have a senator who is sitting and -- i love florida and
CSPAN
Aug 11, 2013 6:30pm EDT
trade if you look what is going on in the manipulation of other currencies especially china. if you haves ok really smart leadership. when your leadership is not up to par thomas when it is not smart, sometimes your leadership is incompetent, free trade is really had for us. we are in the wrong end. when i look at what is going on with this country, when i look word youillion, the did not hear 10 years ago, it did not exist. that is all you hear. $17 trillion in debt. you look at deficits that are record-setting. they are not going to get better. the market is false. about two years ago am i said i was going to invest in the stock market. the market had to go up because the federal reserve. i said the market has to go up. it giving you free money. that is a false economy. i better not speak too much about it. it is a false economy. it is not real. when you look at unemployment 7.4, 7.4%, it is probably anywhere to 15%-17%. it is incredible. [applause] the other day, the numbers came out. they were not good. lots of bad things were happening. the only good thing that happened was 7.5
CSPAN
Jun 28, 2014 11:00am EDT
the other threats we face. china has been very, very aggressive at militarization in space. and they are very aggressive about investment in technology, certainly to try to mute the strength of our u.s. naval forces around the world. and then, one those things happen, you watch what their aggressiveness in the south china sea. and that is clearly something that is concerning and i think it's a growing tension. i still believe that between vietnam and japan, there will be some maritime skirmish within the next 24 months, and i don't think it will be huge, but i do think there will be a maritime skirmish between either vietnam or japan with china in their pursuit to push out their boundaries in the south china sea. that's significant, about 40% of the world's trade goes through the south china sea. we have been, as the u.s. navy, we have been there since we've been a country. so when china starts telling us that the u.s. navy can't be in the south china sea, that's a huge, significant strategic threat to the united states and certainly our economic prowess in the world. clearly russia
CSPAN
Jan 15, 2012 10:30am EST
recession. there will be leadership transitions and elections in taiwan, china, north korea, and in case you have not noticed, there is an election here in united states. we are seeing continued turmoil and violence in the middle east and saber-rattling from iran. what happens to our economy if we have to pay $100 or more over the long term for crude oil? here at home, government policies and conflicts among our political leaders have added to these uncertainties, undermining business and consumer confidence and slowing the economy down. the federal government is expanding its powers, its costs, and its debt at a record pace. we have made virtually no progress in reforming entitlement programs which could eat the federal budget and our economy alive. and in a new survey of small businesses, more than 80% of them are very concerned about the prospect of new regulations, new mandates and higher taxes, and these concerns could put the brakes on their investment and their hiring. for all of these reasons, the chamber is putting forward an american jobs and growth agenda, with specific ideas
CSPAN
Mar 13, 2016 2:30pm EDT
unity back. i will bring jobs back from china, from japan. i will bring our jobs back from mexico. i will bring jobs back to this country. you won't even believe it. we are going to start winning again. just a couple of things. second amendment, we are going to fight and not give it up. [cheering] trade deals, we are going to make some of the trade -- best trade dealers ever made. they need us more than we need them. they all say he can't be a true conservative. i'm the most conservative person in the world on the military, on the events -- they say he's not a free trader. i remember jeb bush -- he's not a conservative. and he is very low energy. he was not a nice person. guy.as not a nice he should have been but he wasn't. we are going to be so strong on trade. so-called conservatives, the people who don't know what is happening -- are you ok? it's easy over there, they can just put him out on the runway. free trader. but it has to be smart trade. china, we have a trade deficit with china over $500 billion. we can't have that. 500 billion and then they say he going to start a trade
CSPAN
Sep 29, 2012 2:00pm EDT
their plant is being moved to china. here are all of these workers who are going to be out of work, waswhen they learned it owned by bain capital, which was founded by mitt romney, they thought, there is a human face. maybe we can appeal to him. they have called on mitt romney to come. they have all kinds of signs like, "may be mitt romney does have a jobs plan -- for china." is in kamen has been going on for two weeks now. we -- this encampment has been going on for two weeks now. we talk to the mayor about supporting this in camden. the mayor said we would like both presidential candidates to come here and have a debate. this is the site of the lincoln- douglas debates in 1888. why don't they come here and talk about what is happening to the jobs in this country? how can it romney talk about jobs in this country when his company, bain capital, which he founded, has ties to, and can influence today, will send 150 jobs to china right now. most of them will lose their jobs november 5th. they will get on the unemployment line and vote at just about the same time. >> tell us about you
CSPAN
Dec 20, 2014 7:00pm EST
serious , serious trouble. we just broke $18 trillion in debt, largely in part to places like china and others. we are in serious trouble, so i am considering it very strongly. quite so when do you think you -- >> so when do you think you might make a decision? >> sometime after the beginning of the year, sometime in march, april, or may. >> so you wouldn't start below the top job, governor or something, just to get a little experience? [laughter] >> well, you know, i've dealt in politics all my life. all my life i've been in politics, usually as a supporter on the other side. and is supported a lot of different people, people i think will be good. i'm a republican, but i will support people that i think will be good. frankly, i just think we need something very good, very fast or we're going to be in very big trouble as a country. and a lot of it is common sense. for instance, the torture report. do we have to announce the torture report? which, by the way, costs $40 million. i'm trying to understand how it cost $40 million. they paid these guys $40 million. they paid $80 million t
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Nov 17, 2013 7:00pm EST
tour of the house in 1968 that was filled where she featured the china. very colorful. at spent a lot of time here the ranch. it was important because it provided rest from all of the turmoil of washington. where they can come home and recharge their batteries and make the connection back to the land in this place they valued so much. >> first lady lady bird johnson on c-span and c-span 3 and c- span radio and c-spine.org. -- c-span.org. -- was theounder of the founder of> magazine gloria steinem will speak at the national press club. remarkswatch her beginning at 1:00 on c-span three. quiz this morning all washington journal we talked about the life and legacy of john f. kennedy i had of the 50th anniversary of his assassination. there's a head of the 50th anniversary of his assassination. of the 50th anniversary of his assassination. this is 35 minutes. >> "washington journal" continues. host: we want to welcome the chairman of the john f. kennedy library foundation, ken feinburg. we will be focusing on what happened 50 years ago. this was the bulletin from upi as reprinted from
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Nov 25, 2012 10:30am EST
everything. it improved the work product. the competition, people would buy japanese or china, the consumers will be educating consumers. we have seen examples in these places where you have a robust choice program, a robust pressure, it just starts change. one superintendent, who i will not call the name out, said to me, you keep pushing this thing because it helps me light a fire under my folks. thank you. >> kevin, thank you so much for being here. i gave your book to my 12-year- old niece, who was in cash plus school. -- in catholic school. after reading the book, she said, i want to go to public school because i want to meet those kids. [laughter] changing gears to chicago. you have 350,000 kids there. 40% of those kids are not graduating. there is significant poverty. where do you see that conflict ending? they are looking for teacher evaluations, pay raises, to end tenure, longer school days. yet parents who are not engaged in the process and so the kids are at the whims of adult interest. >> i think the mayor is right. he is right not for the reasons a lot of people say he
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Nov 26, 2016 5:23pm EST
and years, even as china and vietnam embraced free markets. castro embraced his beliefs and went on to rule for another decade and a half. along the way he became a the latin american left, mentoring a new generation of leaders. hugo chavez of venezuela and rafael of ecuador. world leaderird prompted so much u.s. hostility for so long. castro brought the planet to the brink of nuclear war in 1962, sent tens of thousands of troops to aid leftist governments in africa and nurtured guerrilla movements that fought u.s. backed governments across latin america. here is jane on our democrats line in toronto, ohio. sorry jane. jane in ohio, go ahead. cuba, my husband was from but he was put in jail because he would not go into the military. along with his two brothers, e over in 1980 on embargo. there were upset because of the incumbent over the embargo. he said there were guys thrown off the boats into the water. that, cuba isd good, but castro was not good for anything and neither is his brother, he is worse. in fall church, virginia. independent line. guest: good morning to you. idelst w
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Sep 25, 2011 6:30pm EDT
, bridges, highways and schools. i don't want the best airports and railroads being built in china. i want them here in the united states of america. [applause] there is work to be done. we have workers ready to do it. we have to tell congress to pass these jobs bills -- this job bill now. in places like south america -- places like south korea, they cannot hire teachers fast enough. they call the nation builders. they know it's the key to competing in a global economy. here, we are laying off teachers in droves. it's unfair to kids, it undermines their future, and if we pass this jobs bill, thousands of teachers and every state will be back in the classroom where they belong. that is why we have to tell congress to pass this jobs bill. [applause] if we pass this bill, -- if we pass this bill, companies will get tax breaks for hiring american veterans. we ask these men and women to spend -- to suspend their careers and risk their lives to protect this country. they should not have to beg for a job when they come home. [applause] the jobs that will cut taxes for virtually every worker in am
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Apr 26, 2015 3:00am EDT
caution is now doing things his own way. he's trying to deal with china. we will see how far he can take it. ♪ i don't care i don't care i don't care i don't care ♪ ♪ [laughter] [applause] pres. obama: good evening. welcome to the white house correspondents' dinner, a night when washington celebrates itself. [laughter] somebody has to do it. [laughter] and welcome to the fourth quarter of my presidency. [laughter] it's true, i -- [laughter] that was michelle cheering. [applause] [laughter] the fact is i feel more loose and relaxed than ever. those joe biden shoulder massages are like magic. [laughter] you should try one. oh, you have. [laughter] i am determined to make the most of every moment i have left. after the midterm elections, my advisors ask me, mr. president do you have a bucket list? i said well, i have something that rhymes with bucket list. [laughter] [applause] take executive action on immigration? bucket. [laughter] regulations? bucket. it is the right thing to do. [laughter] and my new attitude is paying off. look at my cuba policy, the castro brothers are here
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Feb 17, 2013 10:30am EST
. ford is bringing jobs back from mexico. after locating plants in other countries like china, intel is opening its most advanced plant right here at home. and this year, apple will start making macs in america again. there are things we can do, right now, to accelerate this trend. last year, we created our first manufacturing innovation institute in youngstown, ohio. a once-shuttered warehouse is now a state-of-the art lab where new workers are mastering the 3d printing that has the potential to revolutionize the way we make almost everything. there's no reason this can't happen in other towns. so tonight, i'm announcing the launch of three more of these manufacturing hubs, where businesses will partner with the departments of defense and energy to turn regions left behind by globalization into global centers of high-tech jobs. and i ask this congress to help create a network of fifteen of these hubs and guarantee that the next revolution in manufacturing is made in america. we can get that done. [applause] if we want to make the best products, we also have to invest in the best ide
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Feb 18, 2012 10:00am EST
to build on the u.s.-china relationship, but also an opportunity to return the extraordinary hospitality that vice president xi showed vice president biden during his recent visit to china. as i indicated during my recent visit to apec and the east asia summit, the united states is a pacific nation. and we are very interested and very focused on continuing to strengthen our relationships to enhance our trade and our commerce, and make sure that we are a strong and effective partner with the asia pacific region. and obviously, in order to do that, it is absolutely vital that we have a strong relationship with china. over the last three years i've had a great opportunity to develop a strong working relationship with president hu. and we have continually tried to move forward on the basis of recognizing that a cooperative relationship based on mutual interest and mutual respect is not only in the interests of the united states and china, but is also in the interest of the region and in the interest of the united states -- in the interest of the world. on the basis of that unders
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Jun 12, 2016 12:30pm EDT
members of the un security council. united states, britain, france, russia, china and germany. host: a lot of questions if we can trust the running your later. what is the answer? guest: so far so good. they have carried out all their obligations under the nuclear deal. i think the problem and the confusion comes from the fact that there are other issues we disagree with the iranians about. the opponents are focused on those areas and you give about the actual nuclear aspect. host: this is from washington post.com. for the inspectors, they are pretty well stretched. who is involved in the inspection and how do we quantify that iran is living up to its agreement? unprecedented verification and monitoring mechanisms. we have the international atomic energy agency. it is the one responsible for the monitoring. the united states contribute over $200 million a year to this organization. they have people on the ground 24/7 monitoring all of iran's declared nuclear facilities. uranium mines, centrifuge factories, the sites where uranium enrichment is still continuing. it is a lot of work. thi
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Jul 31, 2016 12:30pm EDT
supported china's entrance into the world trade organization. another one of her husband's
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Mar 17, 2014 2:00am EDT
with china. to solve both their air pollution problem and their carbon emission problem. china is now contemplating and making plans for a massive coal gasification operation. hundreds of times bigger, copied some degree on the coal gasification plan on the midwest that jimmy carter started, but on a massive scale. we can't -- if that happens, it will be very difficult if not impossible for our children to control climate change. we need to work with them. and work with them on clean energies, including nuclear power. where we still have the best capabilities. with our university system and our free enterprise system, we should work with them and help them get clean energy, because it's in our benefit as well as theirs. >> thank you. ms. harper. >> chairman menendez and ranking member corker and all the members of the committee, thank you for the opportunity to testify today. my 2040 global energy command will grow by over 50%, by 90% will be in the developing world and we'll be well on our way to adding two billion people to this planet. china, india, after carks and the middle e
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Mar 12, 2016 7:00pm EST
countries around the world, like india, china face, we can make a tremendous impact. we have to if we are going to keep warming. more do that we need to be collaborative with our neighbors. and re-engaging in a positive way with our partners, making sure irritants like the mexican visa requirement is done away with, coordinating, collaborating, looking at the integration of our supply chain in a positive way instead of a negative. i think there is tremendous work to be done and i'm looking forward to bringing together all to canada this summer for our north american leaders summit to engage in these issues. >> gracias. prime minister trudeau: de nada. >> i am glad to see so many punjabis in your cabinet. prime minister trudeau: i have more in my cabinet than modi does. >> there was a similar question thathe is being criticized he is the rise of the conservative outliners, especially donald trump. he is being blamed it was his policies that have done that. what are your plans to stem a conservative -- another trump in canada? prime minister trudeau: we had an election in the fall that feat
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Jan 5, 2014 5:00am EST
can't worry if i'm mebody in china worried about somebody in the suburb and i live in dallas. don't disagree. we have to have an open mind. if we don't have a child reading grade we know when they are in eighth and ninth they will drop out and then they will other criminal activities and probably be in the department of corrections. learned with the civil rights movement when the barriers were torn down is that have capital, access to capital, entrepreneurship. access to credit. to broaden our perspective to look at pportunities to empower wealth building within the african-american and latino communities. >> i agree. build workers if you don't have a high school diploma. >> i agree. i was in prison for 4 1/2 years. first of all i want to thank you a chance to look at you for four years on cnn. >> they have tv 1 in the prison, ok. legislator.rmer i'm glad i went to prison because i got a chance to meet the brothers. a lot of folks thinking crack cocaine babies and lah, blah, blah da-da-da. i had a chance to do some research and found out who do it to us and it really hurt me because
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Oct 25, 2014 3:40pm EDT
sports so if there is one primary message for today, it is this, like china and russia spend billions of dollars on their athletic programs and our government has chosen not to, which by the way we have chosen to fully support. it does not compromise our position at the top of the board. the so-called non-revenue program are beginning to had 59 ar, 1981 we gymnastics programs, today there are 16. women gymnastics programs have dropped from 99 to 62 over the same timeframe. today we have 77 wrestling programs down from 146, 35 years ago, and that list goes on. about this, knows said no director has ever been fired for terminating an olympic programme. the call to action today from the olympic and paralympic family is urgent. it goes beyond eligibility roles. i think about gwen jorgen see, is the number one ranked female athlete in the world. she ran for the badgers and earned her master's degree in accounting. she went to work for a big accounting firm. glen was well on her way to using the education as a student athlete to become a professional but she discovered the sport of triathlo
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Nov 26, 2012 2:00am EST
discussion on china posture economic political and military power. then african american photojournalist show their work and discuss their careers. >> to listen to mayor bloomberg who said the damage was unprecedented, maybe the worst storm the city has faced. the storm surge was 14 feet. governor christie said the damage to new jersey was unthinkable. we had fires, hurricane force winds, massive flooding, snow -- look back at the flooding to the subway systems, the shutdown of the stock exchanges, you get the sense of the massive scale and scope of this storm. i have read dozens of stories about how for many consumers their only link to information or to people was through their smartphone, social media and their smartphone. it obviously had an impact -- i think the networks performed really well. >> my assessment here is some networks did well, some networks did less well. but we really do not have solid information because there are no reporting requirements on these networks, no standards by which to measure their performance, and it is entirely voluntary whether they
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Feb 23, 2014 12:15pm EST
is getting eaten by other countries. it is now china, south korea, germany, the european union. america is now fifth. they are investing in other nations. yoummend the great work have done, mr. secretary. i want you to know that virginia will put in a very imperative proposal for the next round of race to the top. this is important for all of us. i want you to know that virginia is all in. this is so important for growing and diversifying our economy. i am also a big leader when it comes to community colleges. i'm the first virginia governor to have visited them all. but i know if i am going to convince a business to come to virginia, you understand you have to convince that ceo that you will have a workforce before you are going to invest millions of dollars in a manufacturing facility. it comes back to education and starting pre-k, making sure that we are doing but we have to do at technical schools, community colleges, and higher education. forward toi look working with you. >> as a parent, either forward to working with you in virginia. >> thank you, governor beshear. thank
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Nov 18, 2012 10:30am EST
, russia, china, all the countries that have interest in afghanistan. their calculus would be affected by our signing a bilateral agreement. >> so i think it is a very important answer. i have the same feeling. i think islamabad is the first capital that would be affected by the bilateral agreement. tying some elements of the pakistani government to terrorist groups. they are hedging their bets for what happens the day after we leave. if we're not leaving presumably, they lose that argument. but, you know, there is -- every situation is different. i can't help but relate this to iraq. nobody wanted our discussions with the iraqi government for a presence in iraq after our troops left to fail more than iran did. and in fact, they were working on that. the fact that it did fail and we have no continuing presence in iraq i think is part of the reason why iran's influences spread there and so incidentally has al qaeda re- emerged again. i think those are warnings to us about how important it is to do exactly what you have called for, which is to have a good -- much smaller but a real ameri
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Aug 14, 2011 10:30am EDT
financial climate, and u.s. economic relationships. china he spoke at his alma maters dartmouth college in new hampshire. the forum begins with a question posed by his former dartmouth classmates, former labor secretary robert reich. this hourlong form is moderated by the former u.s. senator judd gregg. [applause] >> the first question to each speaker comes in the previous secretary. last week we welcome robert rice to have the following questions ch.-- robert reischau >> you get to pose a question to our next speaker and the next speaker -- maybe this is a site with your next question -- but our next speaker is your dartmouth classmate and former treasury secretary henry paulson when. is sitting in that chair, what would you like him to answer? [laughter] >> i have two related questions. why in the wall street bailout did you got condition those funds on wall street doing several things it needed to do, the delay with regard to mortgage mitigation and making money available to main street through small regional banks? also, putting some constraints on lobbying by wall street firms, par
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Sep 20, 2015 11:00am EDT
be our strength as americans. yeah. just turn back to china for a second, the, you know, there are a lot of issues we have to sort out. i do mentioned a couple -- security, their feelings about tpp, their own economy, their inward turn in the name of thating consumer economies has some protectionist elements we don't like. i think, though many in this room would like to see some kind of positive outcome from the summit. that underlines our mutual benefit if we can figure out some of these things. and find a way for the world's two biggest economies to see a path forward, as well as all the issues we've got. do you have a comment on the tone you are going to try to set with the president? and roles that we can play in ourorting both the managing relationship, as well as finding a future for it? president obama: my tone has been pretty consistent. it doesn't jump up and down depending on where the polls are. china should be and will continue to be an economic competitor. to make sure that reachingow -- we are an understanding with them about our presence as a pacific power. that it i
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Dec 21, 2013 11:00pm EST
, countries where facebook is the most popular. china is a big green because that is baidu, a big internet company. except for china, cause extent, iran, and russia, all of the other countries, the most dominant web services are american. now, you combine that information with what we are now learning about the nsa and the effect it has had and it's relatively unfettered access to information on communications happening on these websites -- arguably there are some controls over how they can access and what they can do with the information of american citizens and u.s. persons -- there is virtually no meaningful control over what they do and how they collect information of non-us persons. if you are not a u.s. person, and you are looking at this map, and you are thinking about this map in the context of what we have learned from edward snowden, you might be mad. you might feel that there is a power imbalance going on here. a lot of governments are pretty mad. this is the president of brazil. she recently spoke at the united nations. she accused the united states of breaching international l
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700 factories or 7000. lost 70 thousand factories since china entered the world trade organization. another bill and hillary back to deal. we are living through the greatest job theft in our history of the world. all because our politicians are haver incompetent or they gotten so much campaign contributions or other things. we are getting wiped out. you go to michigan, you go to new england, you look to areas around here, it is a one lane highway into new mexico, no way out. jobs, they get the money, they get the plans. that's what he does, that's all he wants to do. it is unbelievable. mexico it is the seventh wonder of the world. things, folks.ge our administration will stop the horrible transpacific partnership. wewill renegotiate nafta and will stand up to china's currency manipulation. relationships with china, but what they do to our country is unbelievable. think of this, we have a trade deficit with china. almost $500 billion per year. they come in, they take our jobs, they make a fortune, and we go them 1.5 trillion today. i have made a lot of money with china. the biggest
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