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Aug 11, 2017 9:02pm EDT
believe in the george washington and eisenhower view of the of world that public service should believe they are here as public servants because that is where you were shipped cadres your kids and right now we have a political class for people are desperate to get to this and there are a bunch of people that are very attentive. they want to be sure they have a feathered nest. i'll think term limits are a panacea but it is those revolving door policies we should have. fund-raising is one of the life bloods of their own incumbency and it is troubling that they spend so much time fund-raising and some feel they are bought off for a certain way but that they raise money from the sectors and doing it in a way that limits the creativity with the things that need to be rethought which millenials don't get because they think there will be at that firm but the average duration in a firm in the '70s was over two decades to day it is about four years. people are going through disruption of benefits every time they change jobs. but getting portability around pension we went from defined benefit to
CSPAN
Jun 4, 2017 9:00pm EDT
the short termism?. >> i do. first of all, i do believe in the george washington tone -- george washington and eisenhower view of the world that public service but they want to get back home because that is where you innovative but right now we have a political class people are desperate to get to the new imperial rome tuesday for their whole lives in very attentive to read a go of their loss they want to stay forever then they went to be sure they have a place to land so i don't think term limits are a panacea but i do believe strongly that is part of the revolving door policy we should have fund-raising is one of the lifeblood of the pursuit of their own incumbency and hugely troubling that they spend so much of their time fund-raising. some public believes that means they're in a the quivered perot'' -- pro quo it's not that but they'll line with what they already believe in a way that limits their creativity to have a conversation so one basic example millenials don't expect to stay at the same job herbalife in the mid-1970s it was two and a half decades to day average durat
CSPAN
Jun 3, 2017 10:00pm EDT
the things that he did with george clooney and others you will see other people in hollywood and if i can communicate i am not sure all of that will play out that that will cause people to rethink. >> get a policy level?. >> talk about the challenges that we face i think most are well aware they have to be retrained at 40 and 50 and the open your a crisis is a true crisis of what is happening in hopelessness. there is a different kind of supply-side but if people lose their job today then they don't get employed again. the then we have to recognize the future to reorient the way to think about the choices of more education and differential experiences that there will be a process to load people up with more education. we need a generation of lifelong learners the cyber will transfer that nature of warfare with the military targets in civilian targets we are not already for what comes next and people believe america is always prepared but i think the resilience we can demonstrate if we put our mind to the cast to plan for the future of cyber. >> going back to political disruption so th
CSPAN
Jun 11, 2017 9:59am EDT
is open eyes for oprah and george clooney and mark cuban, the rock. i think you got a whole bunch of people who have a giant u rating in hollywood picking why do i have to wait on these two parties? if i can communicate over and around the media in these political parties, i'm going to consider doing it. i'm not sure all that will play out great but the reality tv campaign and reality tv presidency will cause us to rethink a lot of assumptions. policy level ii of the most fundamental challenges we face , we are getting too little mind share. i think that most tenants and twentysomethings are well aware that they're going to have to be trained when their 40 and 45.huge part of the opioid crisis which is a true tragic epidemic in our life is partly a phenomenal of what's happening in midcareer hopelessness. you have a whole bunch of things happening, many contributing factors. there's a different supply side to the opioid drug chain but one of the things that's happening is people lose their job today at 45 or 50 or 55, by and large they don't get employed again. in jd vance's book
CSPAN
Aug 12, 2017 1:11am EDT
or rarer george spee and and one of the things that caused me to lose sleep regularly was student culture. i am one of five was never been a politician before but this book originated my mind as they worry. >> keeping this story well you were president that was only half decorated christmas tree that was the reason why you explore the topic more deeply? to makkah perpetual adolescence. the concept is only 2,000 years old. but i realized reading and thinking and sociology i had all these midinettes that crystallized. we have lot of special character and those that were to the athletic department or fund-raising some to be the best of the best we have a big athletic read and and they were decorating the facilities for a holiday there is a 20-foot christmas tree assembled in the atrium. the kids were summoned to decorate the tree. those were good kids but the only decorated the bottom eight fit and then walked away the vice president said why is it done? we used all the decorations on the bottom half didn't know how to get higher. maintenance refused to bring you a ladder? they just
CSPAN
Jul 4, 2017 12:15am EDT
: there's a couple things i want to person there. i do believe in the george washington, tony, eisenhower view of the world that public servants should believe that they are here as public servants they want to get back home because that's where you work and worship and raise your kids and where you intimate. right now we have a political class where people are desperate to get to this new, imperial rome as a place to stay for their whole lives and a bunch of people who are attentive to where they might go if they lost. first, they don't want to lose. they want to stay forever and if they lose they want to make sure they have a feathered nest at whatever lobbying shop they will land at. that wasn't the founder's vision. i don't think term limits are a panacea but i believe in term limits as a strongly as the anti- revolving door policies which have i think fundraising is one of the life blood of people's own pursuit of their own income seat. i think it's usually troubling to politicians so much time fundraising. now, some of the public believes that fundraising means a whole b
CSPAN
Jul 7, 2017 11:03pm EDT
let me say i do believe in the sort of george washingtonian and eisenhower view of the war that public servants should believe that they are here as public servants but they want to get back home because that is where you work and worship and raise your kids. primarily the political class with people desperate to get to this new imperial rome is a place to stay for their lives and their effect of it was very attentive to what he want to be. if they lose they want they should have a feathered nest that whatever shop they will end up. and that was not the founder's vision. so i don't think term limits our panacea but i do believe in term limits. i think fundraising is one of the lifeblood of peoples on percent of their own incumbency. i think it is hugely troubling the politician spent so much of the time fundraising. some of the publicly set fundraising is a whole bunch of politicians start in this corporal way far off to go to some extent really that. if the people raise money from the sectors that align with the things that they already believe. and they do in a way that limits
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