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CSPAN
Jul 10, 2016 7:45am EDT
fly that that pack, just like george clooney did. [laughter] [applause] >> let's get to this young man and then we are going to end. i'm a for kids. i'm a mom. >> what advice would you give a 10-year-old who wants to go to. mars? [applause] >> did you hear that? what advice would you give a 10-year-old who once to go to mars? >> a doctorate degree at age 25, joined the astronaut corps and then they will send you to the moon, where you will assemble things on the moon that will make the moon base. you'll assembled vans. and then you will go land the moon for a while and then you'll come back. will training. that is where you go to deal put together a base that looks justo like the one. >> i know that sounds old, but he was so common as though appropriate. we have a spacecraft that will cycle, swing by the earth, and pick up two or three commanders and tran -- -- >> what does that look like? >> you will have one just like it in low earth orbit. you'll assembled things and then we will build the master one that takes people. that is why my program is called cycling pathways to mars. >
CSPAN
Jun 26, 2016 2:30pm EDT
. the last photos i'll quickly mention before wrapping up and having a q&a is i went to the george w. bush presidential museum and library. i did not know what i would see there, and i, again -- hopefully as an honest, trustworthy guy -- just walk you through how a president memorializes or remembers his own role as commander in chief. topaz, the japanese-american internment camp as a photo. i went there after i left fallujah. why? i needed a big, long road trip. but i also think, unfortunately, the subject of how fear in a time of war sometimes brings out the worst aspect of the american character, and i think today that's particularly relevant. and then finally, ground zero in new york city. i once with lived in new york city for four years, and as a former new yorker, i felt like i owned a little bit of that story. and i always believed this book needed to end in new york. start in america, end in america, and the wars in between. so jason bressler is a great marine and fireman who was a great friend in the wars, and he and i are looking for closure we'll never get, but we went to
CSPAN
Aug 24, 2016 11:56pm EDT
the edge george w. bush presidential library and how a president memorializes his own commander in chief. i went there after i left but with that subject in the time of war brings out the worst of the american character. and then ground zero. i feel like little bit of that story. start and end in america. as a great read but then we looked at the 9/11 boreal together allow me to put things into perspective. i opted not to read part of my book because he did great job to talk about playbook that he began lossy angeles was incredible to go through the audio. i was a very good hands what words to you associate with the united states collects raise your hand. >> freedom. >> i heard that. powerful. any thing you associate with the united states. >> naive. forster. >> unsuccessful. >> now what about words friday iraqis or the japanese people associate with us? >> crusader. >> at what they associate non americans with us. anyone else? >> leader. >> leader? to go back and forth no right or wrong god's i heard good words about drones and freedom bob and i heard of the grape -- abu ghraib i
CSPAN
Aug 24, 2016 8:00pm EDT
partnered with and still partnering with. the last photos, i'll mention, is i went to the george w. bush library, and i did not know what i would see there. hopefully, as a guy i walked you through how a president remembers his own role as commander-in-chief. topaz, the camp is a photo i went there. why? i needed a big long road trip and the subject who have fear brings out the worst aspect of the american character. and today that's relevant. finally, ground spiro in new york city. i once lived in new york city for four years, and i felt like i owned a little bit of that story. i believe this booked intoed to end in new york. start in america, and end in america. so, jason is a great marine, and he and i, we're looking for closure that no one will ever get and we went to the nine 11 memorial together. and so, i have opted not to read part of my book, mirror test, and 22 hours, of me, if you want me. the team in l.a. were incredible working me through the audio. i was in very good hands. but i'll end with that, those questions i had. what words do you associate with the united stat
CSPAN
Jun 25, 2016 11:00pm EDT
went to the george w. bush presidential museum and library. i did not know what i would see there, and i again, hopefully as an honest, trustworthy guide just wanted to how a president immortalizes or remembers his own role as commander-in-chief. the japanese-american internment camp, i'm with her after let fallujah. why? i needed a big long road trip but i also think unfortunately the subject of how fear in a time of war sometimes brings out the worst aspect of the american character editing today that's particularly relevant. and then finally ground zero in new york city. i once lived in new york city for four years, and as a former new yorker i felt like i owned a little bit of that story. and i believe this book needed to end in new york. start in america, inc. in america, and the worst in between. so jason is a great marine and five it was different in both wars, india not i think we're looking for closure that we will never get in these wars but we went to the 9/1 nine 9/11 memorl together. if there's one part of my book that allowed me to put things in perspective i think i
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