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CSPAN
Nov 27, 2015 3:05am EST
cause george stout wrote about. preservation of our shared heritage. dare to dream big because today's celebration is the culmination of nine years of service. thanks to the dedicated work of several authors, researchers, and an attorney in our audience in the advocacy of the foundation for the preservation of art, the achievements of these heroes of civilization are now widely known. we live in hope that the sacrifices of the monuments men and the dedication of all of those who served in the fine arts and archives section will not reside in our memory. rather, they will live in our hearts to inspire us to protect and preserve things of knowledge and beauty that we have inherited. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, the united states army band and army voices. ♪ ♪ n every seeing you i lovely summer's day. in everything that is light and gay. i will always think of you that way. i find you in the morning time. be looking at the moon. singing be ♪ [applause] treet sit under the apple with anyone else but me. ♪ lover's go walking down me. with anyone else but till i come m
CSPAN
Nov 26, 2015 7:00pm EST
1988, i was working for george h w bush when he was running for president. his pollster was a really talented, professional, sober person. he was telling me -- we were in his office. we had been there to talk about something, and the conversation alighted in two recent polling he had done. he told me a bunch of interesting, offkilter stuff that for some reason i will never forget, such as -- i asked him, what countries do americans really like and not like. i was just curious. and he said americans still don't like the japanese, but they like the germans. go figure. but that's a degree in. he told me about his polling on bush and mike to caucus, and he said women are going more democratic -- mike dukakis, and he said that women are going more democratic and men are going more republican. that was something that was sort of cliche by then. and i said why it that? why do women vote for democratic and men more republican? and he said we don't know. then he said he thought it had something to do with the price of things, shopping. women are concrete. they are in the stores. they a
CSPAN
Nov 26, 2015 10:35pm EST
of dissatisfaction with president george w. bush's policies. the out of control spending, the growth in the size and scope of government, and the counterproductive wars. the seminar the koch family started was a gathering of like minded individuals who were and are worried about the country, the trajectory of the country, and it wasn't a partisan gathering either. it was about ideas. it's less about republicans vs. democrats than about working to promote policies that will help people improve their lives. if you saw charles koch's interview recently with anthony mason on cbs a few weeks back, you may remember him saying the democrats are taking us over the financial cliff and toward a two-tiered society at a hundred miles an hour and republicans are doing it at 70 miles an hour. mr. koch's political involvement had less to do in fact nothing to do with really maintaining republican party supremacy. for example, and more so with electing those individuals more aligned with policies that will help people improve their lives whether republicans or democrats or whatever. charles k
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