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Al Jazeera
Mar 11, 2014 10:00pm EDT
it. so the way the defense team worked, there was a team up in scotland, which george thompson was part of, and they were trying to pick holes in the prosecution case, and there were plenty of holes, while jessica, down in london, mounted an investigation into who really did it. >> what did she find that is new. >> well, what she found, i have to be very careful because it's very confidential. but she was able to trace two sources who live in a mediterranean country, one of whom went to a meeting, which took place in malt a. and the meeting was a coordinating meeting between various radical groups. hezbollah was one of them. and the popular front for the liberation of palestine, syria and iran, and there may have been one or two others too. now, this person described the meeting, which is essentially these groups trying to -- they wanted to coordinate better and share resources better. >> this was a group that got together terrorist groups, and some of these were strange bed fellows, and you have people working together that wouldn't seem to normally be people that work together. >
Al Jazeera
Sep 10, 2014 10:00pm EDT
guest tonight, former u.s. senator george mitchell with antonio mora. i'm john siegenthaler, i'll see you tonight. >> president obama makes his case to the american people to destroy the islamic state group. >>> also a former islamic extremist, talks about living under a constant death threat. hello i'm antonio mora, welcome to "consider this," those and other stories straight ahead. >> america will lead a broad coalition to roll back this terrorist threat. >> it is time for united states military to go on offense against the islamic state group. >> i will not hesitate to take action against i.s.i.l. in syria as well as iraq. >> 61% of americans say acting against the islamic state is against the american interest. >> you have muslim against muslim. >> dangerous terrorists in the world. >> as you send us your bombs wile wee will send you ours. >> i will end up being crucified. >> signs of hope in a fragile ceasefire. >> 70% of troops have moved from eastern ukraine. >> what would happen if the internet were divided into two lanes of web traffic one faster than the other? >> new co
Al Jazeera
Nov 27, 2013 9:00am EST
. and george clooney sounds off on electric cars. hello, i'm antonio mora, welcome to "consider this." does raising minimum wage boost some workers earnings while stopping others from finding a job. joining me now from pal low altoe, california is ron unz, a former candidate for governor of california. he submitted a proposal for a ballot initiative to raise the minimum raise to the secretary of state in california on tuesday. thank you for joining us. you are pushing to raise to $10 an hour by 2014. you have been arguing for this for a couple of years now, but it is not the conservative position. >> i think it should be. if workers are paid a sufficiently good wage by their employers, they won't need to receive social benefits from their employers. >> why do we need a ballot initiative. jerry brown has signed into law a couple of minimum wage raises. why do we need to go higher? >> well, i was very glad to see those steps taken, but i don't think the increase is large enough. in other words there have been studies done showing the cost of living in california counting housing is 30%
Al Jazeera
Apr 21, 2014 10:00pm EDT
democrat today. no one said he would be a difficult partner. we contribute to the problems both george w. bush and the barack obama administrations there was a pattern of overconfident, intsangs and clumsiness, leading -- inattention and clumsiness, with vladimir putin leading to thinking he was surrounded by the west, not respected. it was not the greatest 14 year stretch of american pollics. >> what about the overconfidence and the expansion of n.a.t.o. nations wanted to be part of n.a.t.o. are you talking about former soviet republics - they wanted to be part of n.a.t.o. and have application, because they were worried about what was left of the russian power. >> a pattern too, a sense from the american side, jacob busch, and president obama -- george w. bush, and president obama, that we could get along with russia. a key thing is russia's neighbours. we believed, and politically every american president has to export n.a.t.o. expansion. they can't say the majority of polls want to join n.a.t.o., but you have to stay under russia's control. there's a political rally, were there had to
Al Jazeera
Jan 14, 2014 10:00pm EST
addressed the georg g&a -- george washington bridge scandal head on. >> mistakes were clearly made, and as a result we let down the people we're entrusted to serve, and without a doubt we will cooperate with all appropriate inquiries to ensure this breach of trust does not happen again. but i also want to assure the people of new jersey today that what has occurred does not define us or our state. >> and joining me now to discuss what is next for governor christie and what he means by appropriate inquiries is the man who launched the initial investigation into the lanes on the bridge, he shares a new committee that focuses exclusively on the investigation on the bridge closure. and we have the man who has just written on the christie administration controversy in the ad scandal. bob i want to start with you. he got a surprising amount of applause. how did he do? >> he did start with it right away. he did use a passive voice. we heard a lot of the passive voice last week. you hear that a lot from the professional athletes who apologize for misdeeds speaking in the third person. he did say he
Al Jazeera
Nov 9, 2014 12:00am EST
what they talked about looked like a g.o.p. wishlist. tax reform, tort reform. things that george bush made progress on. is there a risk in promising action and not delivering? >> not at all. i think that it was very good of both of the the speaker and leader - soon to be leader, to map out what americans can expect in the coming months. i think another story that came ute today was in "the washington post," and it detailed a little bit of the relationship between the white house, and harry reid, and the senators. the position that harry reid put the wows in and vice versa, and a little in sight into why the senate was not productive at all. we saw an obstruction in road block there. it's good of senator mcconnell and speaker john boehner to say that it is not happening with the new arrangements in january. >> i want to get to that in a minute. and let's listen to mitch mcconnell and how he sounded conciliatory on wednesday. >> if i had the ability, obviously i would get rid of it. obviously it's true, he's still there. so we'll discuss how to go forward on this issue when we get
Al Jazeera
Sep 11, 2014 1:00am EDT
, d.c. is former senate majority leader george mitchell who served at president obama's special envoy for middle east peace from 2009 to 2011, he received the medal of freedom for his part in the irish peace process. you. thank you for joining us on this nightly. this was a critical speech for president after weeks of criticism for saying he didn't have a strategy for combating these islamic state terrorists. was he unambiguous enough? he didn't use the word war, he effort. >> that's right . he did make that distinction and i think it's an appropriate one. i think we have to be careful not to assume that american military power alone can deal with i.s.i.s, or the many other issues in the region. i think a critical element which the president referred to is a government in iraq, and eventually, hopefully, one in syria, that is representative of all the people and is not seen as partisan or sectarian as the prevent iraqi government has been seen. it's not a coincidence that where i.s.i.s. has succeed is in areas that of sunni dominated and where the places have been disaffected not givi
Al Jazeera
Jun 30, 2014 10:00am EDT
-schneider, a professor at george maich university. every president since george washington used the recess power to make appointments, thursday's ruling is described as a blow to the president's power. is it? >> it is in one sense. it depends on basically the balance of power - who controls the white house, and who controls the senate, and whether they are the same party, this is a decision written by justice steven briar who, was a lawyer with the senate before becoming a judge. he, in the opinion, gave the president some fairly broad powers to make recess appointments. basically the president can do it if there's a vacancy that needs to be filled, and the recess is long enough. the caveat is that the senate can effectively start the clock over on the length of a recess, by sending someone this every couple of days to gavel the senate into a session, and closing a few minutes later without doing any work. now it doesn't have a lot of significance in the sense that the president is a democrat, and they control the senate. this could be a different story as soon as november if, as ex
Al Jazeera
Mar 22, 2014 1:00am EDT
should be. >> now george do you agree with the ambassador? we've seen these sanction he against individuals tied to putin's circle and to a russian bank as well. do you think the sanction he are going to have any significant effect on russian? >> i think the current sanctions are not strong enough and i don't think they'll have sufficient influence on putin's rubrubric, yes, the problem here crimea will be much more costly for the russian government to sustain in the long term but i think right now we need the focus on the message that is world. there are two dangerous things and two dangerous precedents that were set by putin's actions. one he used military force to change the borders of europe. he's used his military and the gun to seize the territory and land of one of his neighbors. and the second dangerous thing is he used a very dangerous precedent and logic to excuse this. he said he went in there to protect ethnic russians. there are millions of ethnic russians living outside the border. to use that is nearly not only scaring his neighbors not only in central europe but
Al Jazeera
Oct 29, 2014 10:00am EDT
. >> we are joined by a senior fellow and resident scholar. a professor at george mason university. >> in new york, republican strategist, advisor for governor george pataki, and partner are mercury llc, a public strategy firm. good to have you both with us. bill, you i don't that republicans are trying to put all the problems, illegal immigration, and the ebola virus into an anti-obama package. >> that's correct. that's what they were trying to do. adds to the effect. they are trying to raise questions of competence about the administration. they cite a lot of things. there has been a collapse of confidence not just in the white house, but the center for disease control. the obama rollout, secret service, border control, there was a crisis this summer. all the questions raised about the president's ability to manage the government. they are really paying on people's insecurity that the them. >> it's not just republicans, it's democrats. we played an ad from georgia, a crucial battle out of michelle nunn, and she distances herself from the president, security, and ebola. so jared b
Al Jazeera
Nov 6, 2014 10:00pm EST
nuclear arms deal >>> joining us is corporal james, serving as national security advisor under george w bush, a fellow at the washington institute. ambassador, always good to have you on the show. president obama repeatedly said he had the authority to fight i.s.i.l., but said he wants to go to congress, because it's beneficial to the country to update the authority from 2001. why do you think he is going back to congress after saying for so long that he didn't need to? >> there's several interpretations of this. one is he's been uncomfortable with the 2001 authorisation, even though he has used it because he had no other authority back in the june, july august time frame. over a year ago he expressed the desire to replace it with an updated one. the other reason is he's looking for ways to cooperate with congress. my fear is, given his reluctance to engage, we see it to some degree in the fight against i.s.i.l. this will be seen as an effort like the september 2013 chemical weapons issue of passing this on to the congress, and if the congress doesn't act, what do we do? >> you reacte
Al Jazeera
Jan 22, 2014 1:00am EST
department and the white house counsel's office for president reagan and george h.w. bush and joined by simon lazarus senior counsel who served on the white house domestic policy staff for president jimmie carter. it's good to have you on the show. david, i want to start with you. president obama says he can move the ball forward with executive actions and orders. should he? >> no. he should not. and this is independent of whatever you think about the policy merits of his specific proposals. let me be clear. there are a number of things the president can do utilizing his own inherent constitutional authority, particularly the case in foreign affairs and national security. you can do some -- he can do some things on his own on domestic policy. one thing he cannot do. he cannot fundamentally rewrite or suspend duly enacted statutes. >> violates his constitutional duty to execute the laws faithfully. >> destroys separation of powers by emasclathing congress, by giving the president too much power. this president has been doing it with unprecedented frequency and, also, quite braz
Al Jazeera
Jun 27, 2014 10:00am EDT
washington is bill sh-schneider, an al jazeera contributor, senior fellow and professor at george mason university. amy, every president since george washington used the recess power to make appointments. thursday's ruling is described has a blow to the president's power. is it. >> it is in one sense, and it will depend on basically the balance of power, who controls the white house, and who controls the senate, and whether they are the same party. it was a decision by justice steven brier, a lawyer for the senate, before he became a judge. in the opinion he gave the president fairly interoed powers to make recess appointments. basically the president can do it if there's a vacancy that needs to get filled, and the recess is long enough. the caveat was that the senate can start the clock over on the length of a recess by sending someone in every couple of days to gabble the senate into a session and then closing in a few minutes later without doing any work. so if right now it doesn't have a lot of significance in the sense that the president is a department, the democrats control
Al Jazeera
Jan 25, 2014 1:00am EST
from the government. >> right. she said this white house is harder than george w. bushes. that administration in the buildup to the iraq war. >> i was not surprised by this answer. she said she did feel misled but she's not sure whether the bush administration purposefully misled her and all of us as this -- as this war continued. but one of the things that really surprised me about what she said was she talked about how there were a number of seriously flawed stories that were produced by the new york times during that time. i never heard her say that before. but you know i mean when you look back there are a number of stories where journalists felt they were misled during the iraq war and i believe she considers it one of the dark times. >> one of the more interesting answers she had was when you asked her if the times deserved to be called a liberal newspaper. let's listen to that. >> i think the new york times represents a kind of cosmopolitan look to the world and to this country and this city that may strike some readers aas liberal because we have paid a lot of attention
Al Jazeera
Oct 29, 2013 1:00am EDT
justin imash and groups financed on one side by george soros and the other side by the koch brothers that were there. so how do you see this issue? liberal person was attacking me because they were an obamabot and indented to obama and wanted to defend anything and everything obama did. but i know for sure, obviously, as george bush had been doing this, democrats would have been all over it. i think in america, we are in this reallinique situation where a lot of t he people who would ordinarily be angry about this are too busy drinking the kool-aid from the obama fountain to look at it rationally. >> talking about the obama administration, a senior administration official told the "new york times," a quote, it's not that the nsa or the intelligence community were going rogue or operating out of bounds. is that the issue here that other countries spy on the u.s. to the degree their technology allows? and isn't that, in fact, what the nsa did? they just simply did business as usual? >> they are going rogue and out of bounds because they are violating section 215 of the patriot
Al Jazeera
Jan 15, 2014 9:00am EST
you for joining us. and we turn now to governor chris christie, who it addressed the george washington bridge scandal head on at his new jersey state of the state speech. >> mistakes remember made, and as a result, we let down the people we were entrusted to serve. and were out a doubt, we'll make sure that this doesn't happen again. but i also want to assure the people of new jersey today that what has occurred does not define us or our state. >> joining me now to discuss what's next for governor christie and what he means by appropriate inquiries, he was in charge of the lane close on the bridge, and he chairs a motor motive for the closure, and job jordan, the state department, he covers the christie administration, and he has just written on the christie administration's involvement on the super storm. and bob, great to have you with us. i'm going to start with you, and christie hit it head on, and he got a surprising amount of applause. how did he do? >> well, he did start with it right away. and he did use a passionate voice. we heard professional athletes speaking in
Al Jazeera
Jun 5, 2014 1:00am EDT
sometimes sometimes they don't >> no one is listening to us... george is innocent... >> the system with joe burlinger only on al jazeera america how does special forces pull off the mission to get boarl boarl bowe bergdahl out of taliban hands? reports of a meth epidemic in america wrong? hello, i'm antonio mora, welcome to "consider this." here's more on what's ahead. >> new video of bowe bergdahl's handover. >> the two enemy force he meet face to face, exchange handshakes. >> the exchange took less than a minute. >> and he is whisked away. >> new fallout from obama administration's rules for climate change. cut carbon emissions from coal fired power plants by 30%. >> here is your meth, don't forget your meth face. >> crystal meth is made with things that will destroy you. >> how devastating is chris contaminatcrystalplet? >> the face meth? >> ufers blackhawk helicopter swept down to pick him up as part of a prisoner exchange. the sole american pow in the afghanistan war, questions mount regarding his conduct in the war and the high price paid for his release. five taliban leaders
Al Jazeera
Jun 10, 2014 1:00am EDT
could boost new jersey's governor's chris christie by putting distance between him and the george washington bridge lane-closing scandal. i'm joined by a senior advisor for george pataki and a partner with public strategy firm mercury, and michael sure, political contributor. neither chris christie nor clinton said whether they'd run, no surprise there. mrs. clinton's book is called hard choices and she was talking to an audience in denver. she asked the awed yebs to join her in making -- audience to join her in making a run. is this a book title or early campaign people. >> an early campaign theme. for once i wish a politician would say what it is, this is a roll out of ideas, get some feedback. there's no question in anybody's mind. 315 million americans know she's running for president of the united states. if i had the numbers she had, i would run for president of the united states. talking about the numbers, the poll has her dominating the poll, seven out of 10 democrats favour her as a candidate. 12% backed viaeden, and -- vice president joe biden, and elizabeth warren has s
Al Jazeera
Jun 8, 2014 12:00am EDT
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Al Jazeera
Dec 17, 2014 1:00am EST
only in terms of the candidate's appeal. george w. bush is an example. it's a diversified state. culturally and demographically and economically. it's an important state in the south-east kind of quadrant. there's a lot of interesting things happening when you come from florida. jed bush can use those to his advantage. regardless of that, you'll see and hear a lot about susanna martinez, the governor of new mexico. ted cruz, his second, george pae bush, land commissioner in texas that can help to mobilize, with his uncle george w. bush texas, which is a red state. a lot of interesting dynamics. ethnicity and spanish and latino vote will be front and center. >> what about the democrats and the reaction to bush running, given he was a popular governor in a state where if the republicans don't win, they election. >> he was a popular governor. calling him a centerist government is something that people have to be cautious about it. his record will come out probably as being something more conservative. compared to some running it is centerist. it's not typically centerist. what it i
Al Jazeera
Sep 17, 2014 10:00pm EDT
power but put together are a global full court press against us. >> george bush had a fairly good relationship with vladimir putin, he certainly was not passive. so what should president obama be doing that he's not doing in order to diminish this challenge from russia and china? >> i wouldn't say you're right about president bush having a good relationship with vladimir putin. he thought he did. using the bases in central asia which we needed to supply afghanistan as a way of luring us in making us spend a lot of money and pulling them out from under us, that was a huge problem for us. but what you're asking what should president obama do, we have an entire chapter on that. but in the first place we should be arming the ukrainians. we should be putting missiles where we said we would, antinuclear missiles in poland and lithuania and the baltic countries. we should make sure that these countries enter nato very quickly and then start being very clear about where the red lines are and backing up the red lines. >> because you said that not only has president obama systematically wea
Al Jazeera
Nov 14, 2013 1:00am EST
of relief supplies and uss "george washington" is due this thursday. >> he was one of the federal bureau of investigation's 10 most wanted fugitives, whitey bulger faces assistancisentenci thursday and could face a life in prison. those are the headlines. we will ask the leaders of the reform movement, luis geterez. why are atlanta area taxpayers footing the bill for a braves stadium when the park is one of the nicest in the majors. we begin with dismal enrollment numbers for obamacare. only one 06 ,000 /*,185 people signed up in october. only a quarter of those did it on the disastrous federal website, way below the white house prediction of half a million. the bigger blow for the president may be the defection of democrats who have tirelessly supported him throughout healthcare reform. many are calling for the president to honor his promise that people would keep their healthcare. democratic senator mary landrieu is leading the charge. >> let's fix it. let's, you know, mend it. let's not start over again. let's roll up our sleeves and get to work and work together to do that. >>
Al Jazeera
Jun 7, 2014 9:00pm EDT
climate change. republicans need to open their eyes. george is innocent... >> the system with joe burlinger only on al jazeera america >> now inroducing, the new al jazeea america mobile news app. get our exclusive in depth, reporting when you want it. a global perspective wherever you are. the major headlines in context. mashable says... you'll never miss the latest news >> they will continue looking for suvivors... >> the potential for energy production is huge... >> no noise, no clutter, just real reporting. the new al jazeera america mobile app, available for your apple and android mobile device. download it now >>> the so-called war op coal has -- on coal has taken place. some democrats joined republicans including mitch mcconnell saying that proposals are a disaster. >> this is the single worst blow to kentucky's economy in modern times. nothing else each comes close to what this regulation will do to our state and its ability to compete. >>> as midterm elections and the 2016 presidential race looms large, a former republican administration of the environmental protection se
Al Jazeera
Jan 13, 2014 10:00pm EST
christie's troubles go beyond the george washington bridge traffic meltdown. an audit has been ordered into a $25 million marketing campaign that ran. more than $4.5 million of those funds went to ads to boost tourism, ads that featured chris christie. >> we are stronger. open for everyone. >> the jersey shore is open. >> the word is spreading. >> meanwhile, bill and hillary clinton are facing questions about a compiling of a list of what leading democrats were naughty or nice to the clinton, and president obama is fending questions about the critical memoir penned by former secretary of defense robert gates. >> robert gates was an outstanding secretary of defense, a good friend of mine and i'll always be grateful for his service >> i'm joined by bill schneider, professor at george mason university. and scholar at third way, an al jazeera contributor. and michael shure from los angeles, and from washington d.c., new york "daily news" washington bureau chief james warren. i'll start with you. the stories in new jersey have been around. a new jersey paper said the christy demonstration -- adm
Al Jazeera
Nov 6, 2013 1:00am EST
joined which jeff warren, and bill snyder, professor at george washington university. they're both in our washington, d.c. studios, and here in studio with me is tom doherty, former senior adviser to george pataki. bill, let's start with you. chris christie, a big win. but when you look at the exit polls in a hypothetical match up to hillary clinton he would lose in his own state. >> it tells us that new jersey is still a blue state, and hillary clinton is still a very popular figure there. look, christie won, he was expected to win. he got a third of the democratic vote. that's what republicans can only dream of, a third of the democratic vote. republicans cuccinelli should have won virginia, why? because obama is very unoh popular in virginia. his popularity dropped by a large number percentage of the vote from 2009 to today. in that situation with obama still unpopular in virginia it should have been an easy republican win. it wasn't because the tea party which is what cuccinelli is closely associated with just doesn't sell in a swing state like virginia. >> let's focus on christie
Al Jazeera
Nov 27, 2013 10:00pm EST
a lot of people like him but it seems like you like him. >> losing the 2004 race to george w. bush makes him a more private person. but he can show his passion for foreign affairs, his fluency in french, i think kerry has changed. one diplomat said, every secretary of state has an enormous ego. >> you don't get there without it. >> that's part of the package when you're dealing with this level of a leader. time will tell about kerry's performance. >> it's a great read. david, great to have you with us. happy holidays. >> thank you very much. >> let's check in with hermella. >> antonio, the day after thanks thanksgiving, thousands of people are going to protest low wages. black friday protest to be the biggest yet. last year the median wage in the united states was about $27,000 the lowest since 1998. though it's not the only one walmart is the biggest target of these protests. activists say most of them will be taking place across walmarts across the country. >>> lynn tweeted, i hope it works. these people deserve to get better pay and benefits. they are not endentured stlaifs. dav
Al Jazeera
Jan 10, 2014 1:00am EST
about a political revenge scandal involving a top aide. the staffer ordered lane closures on the george washington bridge causing gridlock. chris christie denied involvement. >> u.s. missionary kenneth bae's family accepted an apology from dennis rodman. he had insinuated during an interview that kenneth bae was at fault for his imprisonment in north korea. >> a cold blast may have bost the u.s. economy $5 billion, because thousands were forced to stay home instead of work. it's about a seventh of a day's production for the entire county. those are the headlines. "consider this" is next on al jazeera america. i'm thomas drayton in new york. a bully and denies knowing about his aide's wrongdoing. will it work? >>> dennis rodman says he is sorry for blaming an american held cap tiff in north korea. >>> also uncovering the shocking role women played in the holocaust. >>> and duz the "the wolf of wall street" depict or glamourize greed gone wild. hello, i'm antonio mora. welcome to "consider this." ♪ >>> we begin with chris christie, the new jersey governor and likely presidential candida
Al Jazeera
Jan 14, 2014 9:00am EST
, new jersey governor chris christie's troubles now go beyond the george washington bridge traffic meltdown. a federal audit has been ordered into a $25 million marketing campaign that ran during his reelection campaign. more than $4.5 million of those funds went to ad to say boost tourism on the jersey shore as the featured chris christie. >> we're stronger than the storm and open for everyone. >> the jersey shore is open. >> the word is spreading. >> because we're stronger than the storm. >> meanwhile, bill and hillary clinton face questions about a compiling of a list of what leading democrats were naughty or nice to the clintons. president obama is spending off questions about the critical memoir penned by his former secretary of defense, robert gates. >> secretary gates was an outstanding secretary of defense, a good friend of mine, and i'll always be grateful for his service. >> for more, i'm joined from los angeles by bill schneider professor at george mason university and distinguished fellow and resident scholar at third way, also an aljazeera english contributor, also fro
Al Jazeera
Oct 28, 2013 10:00pm EDT
, a democrat and a michigan congressman justin imash and groups financed on one side by george soros and the other side by the koch brothers that were there. so how do you see this issue? how has it become such a bi-partisan issue? because it also has become -- it's interesting. there is bi-partisan -- by partnership on both sides. some people? >> exactly. i think on this particular issue back when warrantless wiretapping was revealed in 2006, we saw the same kind of strange bed fellows fphenom mon here, i think there are a lot of liberal progressives who say we want our privacy. certainly, we have no problem making that argument with regard to something like abortion. yet, i was on a t.v. show the other day where the conservative person was on my side and the liberal person was attacking me because they were an obamabot and indented to obama and wanted to defend anything and everything obama did. but i know for sure, obviously, as george bush had been doing this, democrats would have been all over it. i think in america, we are in this reallinique situation where a lot of the people
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