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CSPAN
Sep 14, 2015 12:00am EDT
, c-span interviews with republican presidential candidates george for tacky and rick santorum. >> british prime minister david cameron talked about the u.k. role in the syrian refugee crisis, northern ireland, and combating isis. us of remembers paid tribute to queen elizabeth the second on being -- several members pay tribute to queen elizabeth the second being the longest-serving monarch. >> number one, ion to make duties in this house i shall have further such meetings later today. >> julia knight. >> thank you, mr. speaker. i would like to echo the sentiments in relation to her majesty the queen. will the prime minister join me in congratulating parents of the newly announced alternative revision academy providing vital places for those in complex behavior means that nobody also agree with me those who ascribe free schools would deny parents choice in children opportunity. [shouting] >> my friend is right. the movement is bringing but we need in this country which is more good enough dinning school places. over 250 such schools in existence and we want to see 500 set up ov
CSPAN
Nov 8, 2015 9:00pm EST
in a presidential election went to george h.w. bush in 1988 , nearly equaled by barack obama in 2008. rounded off to 53%. had elections where the easiest way to predict which party is going to carry the states electoral votes is to look at the last map. switchedy three states between parties from 2000. only two states switched between parties between 2008 and 2012. 2008,etween 2004 and which was the biggest swing, partisan swing, you get nine states out of 50 changing parties. we see the same thing in-house elections. popular vote for house of representatives, in nine of the 1994ection starting with when i think i was the first one to write there was a serious chance the republicans would win the house, the article appeared in july of the election year. almost nobody had any idea this was going to happen. we have had static numbers. republicans winning between 48-52%. democrats 42-44%, nearly overlapping numbers. you have two exceptions. 2006 and 2008 when george w. bush's numbers plummet. and then you have democrats republicans in%, the mid to low 40's. in 2010, we swung back to the
CSPAN
Nov 9, 2015 12:00am EST
percentage since 1984 in a presidential election went to george h.w. bush in 1988, barely equaled by barack obama and 2008. that was rounded off to 53%. where thead elections easiest way to predict which party would carry the electoral votes was to look at the last map. in 2004, only three states switched between parties from 2000. between states switched 2008 and 2012. and even between 2004 and 2008, which was the biggest artisan swing, you get to nine states out of 50 changing parties. we see the same thing and house elections. the popular vote in nine of the 11 elections, starting with 1994, a period when i think i was the first to write that there was a chance the republicans would win the house. almost nobody had any idea this would happen. static numbers. the numbers are nearly overlapping. 2006 and 2008 are the exceptions. numbers dropped. this has been accompanied by increased straight ticket voting. "book was produced called the ticket splitter." that was then, this is now. 26 of thee only had congressional districts voting for president and one party and congressman in anot
CSPAN
Oct 26, 2015 12:39am EDT
never held elected office. i reminded george stephanopoulos this morning, i was on his show the day that i announced. during the august 6 rate i was not even on the main stage. in september. i had to fight my way onto the stage and shannon helped me with that tremendously as did all of you. in the debate next week, i am number four bang. i am feeling pretty good. we have come a long way. is, i am still introducing myself to the american people. it is still true that during that debate, 40% of republican voters don't know who i am and still don't know that i am running for president. so allow me to take a moment to introduce myself to you. when i was a little girl, i was in church on a sunday morning, my mother was my sunday school teacher that year. she looked at me and said to my sunday school class, what you are is god's gift to you, what you make of yourself is your gift to god. those words have stayed with me all my life, perhaps because of that little girl or a young woman, i do not feel gifted and her words were a promise that i had gifts and a challenge to find and use those gifts
CSPAN
Aug 23, 2015 9:00pm EDT
information. 28 pages long, and it was about who funded the attack. now, george bush said himself that money is the lifeblood of terrorist organizations. without the money, this could not have happened. those men were fed, closed, senatorsnd half of the wrote an open letter, calling for the declassification of it, and it is right here, and it says that saudi arabia paid the money for those men to attack and a lot of men and women have died in the war on terror. we are now ready to send more of our young men and women into the battlefield next to saudi arabia, and no one has investigated if they are the ones that were responsible. the nine 11 victims have a lawsuit against saudi arabia. they have asked to have it dismissed. they need this information urgently. this is not old news. would you join with us in advocating for those victims of that horrible day and all of the people who have died since then and call for the immediate declassification of that chapter ? and i give you that letter. those senators said there was nothing in it that would upset our national security. nothing was dangero
CSPAN
Sep 13, 2015 9:00pm EDT
commons. then, c-span interviews george pataki and rick santorum. david cameron answered questions from members in his first question time since the august break. he talks about the syrian refugee crisis, northern ireland, and combating isis. several members pay tribute to queen elizabeth ii. >> order. questions to the prime minister. >> this morning, i had meetings in addition to my duties in this house. knight.n will the prime minister join me in congratulating parents of provisionalternative academy, providing vital places for those with complex behavioral means. will he also agree that the offices that would scrap free schools would deny parents choice in children opportunity? prime minister cameron: my honorable friend is right. the preschool's movement is bringing what we need in this country, more good and outstanding schools. we have over 250 such schools in existence. he wanted see 500 set up during this parliament. what we have seen as one quarter of classes are outstanding. instead of the education spokesman speaking out today, he should praise the fact that a quarter ar
CSPAN
Oct 11, 2015 9:00pm EDT
, i know we will not have on the side the british people, we have our chancellor, george osborne. [applause] me mostnow what makes angry? it is not just our arguments are wrong. these deficit deniers who go hurting theg we are poor. hang on a second. what gets hurt when governments ratesontrol and interest go through the roof. who gets hurt when you waste money on debt interest and you the nhs?ut who gets hurt when taxes go up firinginesses start rather than hiring? not the rich. it is poor people. working people. people labor claimed before. let's just remember labor ideas poor, they hurt the poor. that's right, labor. people not for working but for hurting people. you don't want to lecture about government and ask labor. if you want something done about conservatives, the s. [applause] thank you. there's another argument. we also need to win. there are some people who toerstand the deficit needs come down, but they don't get why we need a surplus. why we do.ou i don't stand here like a former prime minister did and say i've abolished boom and bust. remember him? we can't just b
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