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Mar 16, 2013 10:00am EDT
. they have freedom of worship in china. what is freedom of worship? in my books, i talk about a with a man who was one of those fooled by hitler. he said something to hitler about how he cared about germany and the third reich and hiller cut him off and said, i built the third reich -- hitler cut him off and said, i built the third reich. you worry about your sermons. freedom of worship says, you can say what you like in your little religious building for an hour 2 on sundays. ,nce you leave that building you will about to the orthodoxy of the state. we will tell you what to sink about when life begins and what marriage is. if you do not like it, tough luck. they have that in china and had that in germany. the founding fathers said the opposite. face inside that church building must live on and flores outside the church building for the rest of the week. in fact, the founders believed that the success of the american experience -- experiment depends on precisely that. man is innocent and important book reminds us -- a man of the seine and import and book reminds us that freedom
CSPAN
Feb 11, 2012 8:00pm EST
lived in france. i have lived in china. i have travelled throughout africa, 23 countries, various other countries, and i have never heard of anything like the french dream or the chinese stream or the cuban dream. but they all know what the american dream is, and that is what we are fighting for. and as the national spokesperson for the tea party, the only black national spokesperson, which throws the left into a spin -- >> wait a second. lloyd marcus of the tea party express. >> lloyd is one of my friends and he is definitely black. he is probably blacker than i am. i defer. the occupied people are all over the map. they do not know what they stand for. we all have the same core values. all you white people, none of you are at the same color. there are no black people on the planet that are the same color. we're in hyphenated americans. that is what we stand for. jennifer. >> how do we hang the ugliness, the violence, how do we pin that to liberal politicians? >> let them use their own words and their own actions. nobody likes to argue more than me. i love to argue. i know we lov
CSPAN
Aug 1, 2017 7:27am EDT
. admitting china from wto government action, government has been a tremendous promoter of globalization in these policies, the intellectual classes which are disproportionately have been the biggest cheerleaders for the system because they are benefiting from it. you have to look at the globalization not just in building a global cities. lastly there has been a lot of help from any cities. washington is what washington is because of the vast expansion of federal government in every nook and cranny of american life. new york has benefited enormously from wall street bailouts and the last attitude toward prosecution or financial crime in the wake of the crash. silicon valley has accomplished what it accomplished in part because it has been given an exemption from ordinary businesses which every american industry has to comply. ordinary american businesses can't just come into your town and say whatever the regulations we stop operating or american businesses could not operate with demographics of employees, young, white, asian males like silicon valley has been able to get away with so th
CSPAN
Aug 1, 2017 12:19am EDT
. admitting china to the wto was government action government has been a tremendous promoter the of these policies these are disproportionately based and i have been the biggest cheerleader because they are benefiting. so we have to look at the role that globalization played. and lastly washington is because the vast expansion of that neck and cranny of american life to benefit enormously from the wall street bailout and a relaxed attitude in the wake of a the crash silicon valley has accomplished what it has because it has been given the exemption from what every other american industry has they just cannot come into your town like robert -- many businesses could not operate with those demographics of young white asian males like silicon valley. [laughter] so they just did not have to pay transactions ever some the benefited many of these cities and frankly that era of dominance over economic underperformance. [laughter] [applause] >> now i feel i have been out contrarian. [laughter] >> i am not sure what to say. i will make a couple of comments. the and then talk about one of the questi
CSPAN
Feb 24, 2017 12:03pm EST
south carolina the governor of iowa to be investor to china -- ambassador to china. in scott pruitt, the new administrator for the day. that's and scott pruitt, the new administrator for the epa. it's exciting to be talking about real policies that are going to advance individual freedom and states rights and our liberties as opposed to talking about the obama administration's continued overreach on those freedoms. we were working with scott pruitt on suing the federal government. we were suing the department of education, the department of labor and epa on several different counts. no, we can talk about commonsense policies. that pendulum had started putting back to start policies in place that will actually increase the prosperity of america. that's why it is so exciting to be here today. that's why we are focused on the states. how do we make the government work for the people? i talked to people all over the place. becauses are frustrated all too often, government doesn't work. they see it in the mounting federal debt, the overregulation mother thousands of pages of rules, agenc
CSPAN
Feb 9, 2014 2:22pm EST
enough on iran in terms of sanctions. i believe there are still -- russia and china and north korea are helping develop missile technology. i believe russian and chinese companies have helped them build infrastructure for their oil industry. we could have squeezed them in terms of sanctions and in terms of getting refined oil products of petroleum back in. i do not think we have ever been aggressive enough. the last thing in the world you want to do is send your youth to war. as a country, we are war weary. it does not mean if circumstances are justified in a case is made by the president of united states, that we have to act again, we will. for the time being, i do not think you will see it in the foreseeable future. we do not understand why we think we can negotiate ourselves through a satisfactory resolution, and expanded nuclear proliferation in iran, at the same time giving millions of dollars to fund terrorism globally. it makes no sense. host: a lot of talk and debate in terms of having a single building for homeland security right now. it encompasses how may buildings? guest: al
only when he announces he is opening relations with china that they leave altogether. media activists come out with a support foror their nixon. he sees it as one of the biggest moral failures for market policy in a half-century. in 1972, conservative media challenge to nixon in , nixon isican primary pivotal for them to figure out what the relationship between p t should be when it comes to presidential politics. >> budget cuts. thank you. fun and sent. -- front and center. >> given what you describe in the republican party, you can find similar conflicting schools analysis,somewhat conflicting schools within the should we tryty, to broaden this? not how is -- settling out within the parties, why not new parties forming around different groups. mentioned innot the constitution. best case was the third-party candidacy. maybe now the landscape is changing fundamentally. of discussiontime about the possibility of new parties. many people out there predicted the death of the gop within the past few weeks. those people have looked on a dime and suggested democratic party would y
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2015 3:29am EST
countries are north korea and the people's republic of china. there are three other countries that permit it after 20 weeks, so even if -- we certainly hope congress will pass this legislation, will still be among the seven most permissive nations in the world with respect to these laws. it's a mark of shame upon us. i like to think about all the times people a little left of center in political life ahave pointed to international standards and said, whether it's torture, whether it's capital punishment, whether it's a whole set of rights some of which we have contests over, we should adopt the international norm. well, when it comes to this issue, the united states is radically out of step with the international norm. and my final point about this, i think it's pretty straightforward, we never got to the national policy on abortion by an act of the american people. it was done by our courts, same way canada did it. and i think it's apparent from the 230 pro-life laws passed this policy never would have been adopted by the consent of the american people acting through the congress or thro
CSPAN
Feb 27, 2015 7:30am EST
seems to greater degrees with the government for example, of china than they are with the government of the united states. it is a peculiar moment in our history. whereas we would once have expected these companies to be very, very cooperative with our agencies, they are in fact resisting. and doing so to what end i don't think it's entirely clear to most of us, and i'd like to get your idea as to this conflict between private interests, and public. >> i don't like any more than anybody else if google or verizon or at&t shares my e-mail with you with the government ofa or the government of the united states. if i'm a google or at&t customer, they have a duty under our contractual relationship to respect my privacy. however, the fourth amendment only governs the government. it does not govern private entities. >> correct. >> and if google wants to disseminate my e-mails to lou dobbs or general hayden, they can do so and it's my obligation then to find another carrier. the problem is that the -- that the federal government of the united states, through general hayden's former colleagues h
it persist. and on korea, the other major nuclear proliferation threat, we need to educate china to eliminate the regime in north korea and to apply it's unique power to stop kim jong-un from nuclear terrorism around the world. on the broader subject of china itself, which will be the strategic issue for the united states in the 21st century, we need as soon as possible to say to china in no uncertain terms, you are to back off in the south china sea and back off in the east china sea. [ applause ] we should not tolerate china making a province out of the south china sea. we should not see them interfere in free navigation of international waters or pressuring our friends in the region and endangering the economies of key allies like south korea and japan and ta taiwan. we should make it clear that there will be no reunify occasion of taiwan is never going to happen. we talk about a one khchina policy. if you're henry kissinger you can handle constructive ambiguity. i think it's time for constructive clarity. we support the people of taiwan. we support their continued self governmen
from mexico and china and around the world and they get tax breaks over our american-made products. it doesn't stop there. we tax our made in america products around the world and our competitors don't so today our products lose here at home and they lose abroad. none of our foreign competitors taxes this way. they all what they call boarder just their taxes. on this map behind me, you can see all of our global competitors in blue. they all take their taxes off their products coming to america and they slap taxes on our products going into their country. in the red you see a few of us that don't do either that lose here and lose abroad. as you can tell it's america and a few sterling economies like cuba and north korea and iran. american workers are getting shaft, but not anymore. all products sold in america will be taxed equally at a low business rate regardless of where they're made. if you're american made product is sold around the world, we're no longer taxing them. you are going to be able to compete on a level playing field. if anyone knows how to compete and win, it's pres
symbol deeper than the south china sea. he doesn't say hello, military guy, hello sir. but hello freedom man. reagan a small moment with a big meaning. the moment a sailor wrote that and couldn't get out of his mind. that is what it meant to be an american in the 1980s. he stood for freedom. that is what it meant to be an american in the 1980s. freedom has many manifestations you will hear this freedom mantra but it can mean regulations. it is easier to open a business if you are not burdened by regulations. you need the freedom to open and start a business and in some countries you cannot because of the owner's regulations. taxes. high taxes rob you of freedom. if 50% of your income goes to taxes that is 50% less of your income. money you could use to do landscaping, to pay off a student loan, to day down a mortgage, to buy a new dish washer, to hire a plumber, to give the charity. the more that the government takes away in your taxes especially as you have an every growing government the more you lose of your personal freedom. freedom in american could be the freedom to educate
, by the way. china. [applause] china -- i. promise i wouldn't be competitive, but china is 25th and took it back to my central point, the entire top 10 societies in the world are free-market liberal democracies. it is because we have both of those values at once together in the country's symmetrically that we are still according to the fastest growing economy in the europe with all those record unemployment and fantastic achievements of the government. and it is a new dynamic government led by teresa may rookie not to just ensure the country's success is helped by this view, but felt by absolutely everybody. i think we should have no shame and championing those ideals and the symmetry around the world and its degree of duplication, the message of global britain could be that we stick out and the human rights as we do for free markets. when it's all said and done, i know this will not be absolutele unrewarding. i think that vote on june the 21st, i think i was a vote for economic and political freedom. [applause] and the last couple of months those kinds of meetings pointing out back
america and china. but if anyone thinks the battle on the economy is won, they need to think again. the battle has only just begun. we still need to find savings and produce more, still need to become more competitive, still need to make the most of our the northern powerhouse. and all at a time when our opponents have given up any sensible, reasonable, rational arguments on the economy. we live in a country where the main opposition party. let's not forget, the alternative government. believes in nationalizing industries without compensation, jacking up taxes to 60% of people's income, and printing money. there's an academic called richard murphy. he's the labour party's new economics guru, and the man behind their plan to print more money. he gave an interview a few weeks ago. he was very frank. he admitted that labour's plan would cause a "sterling crisis," but to be fair. he did add, and i quote, that it "would pass very quickly." well, that's alright then. his book is actually called the joy of tax. i've read it. it's got 64 positions. and they're all wrong. this is actually seriou
people to do that? china has voiced some concerns. the u.n. committee in 2010 had voiced some concerns. it is because we are irresponsible and the only way for us to get out of that is we have to know who our representatives are and the ones who are voting to keep raising that definitely, get them out of office. [cheers and applause] i have several other things to say, but my time has expired. >> [crowd] no! >> but one of the things that is so important for conservatives -- the ship is about to fall off the niagara falls and we are all about to be killed. and we have a bunch of people looking over the side of the ship, but there are barnacles. we have have to get the barnacles off. forget about the barnacles. we have got to get the ship turned around first. when we get through the primaries season, if your person has not won and you can call them whatever they want to call them, you can call them a rhino, a tea bagger, whatever you want -- vote for them. [cheers and applause] we need those people. we need them. also, we have got to get back to the same mentality that americans
midway which was patrolling the south china sea. crammed inside were refugees hoping to get to america. they sent a launch to bring them to ship safety. the ship safety. as they made their way through the seas, one spotted the sailor on deck and he stood up and called out to one of the refugees as he held out his hand he yelled hello american sailor freed a man. so imagine that at this moment he's more than just he is more t person coverage is the spokesperson for freedom. he's a spokesperson for american exceptionalism as ronald reagan was at that moment. you would get an assembly more profound and deeper than the south china sea. he doesn't look up and say hello military man, hello american sailor, hello freedom man. a small moment with a big meaning he couldn't get it out of his mind, and when i saw it neither could i cause that's what it meant to be an american in the 1980s. we stood again for freedom. that's what it meant to be an american again in the 1980s. now, freedom has so many manifestations and you will hear the concerns but in some ways i try to express this to my
a symbol here more profound and deeper than south china sea. and imagine that, he looks up -- he doesn't look up and say, hello, sailor, hello, navy guy, hello, military man, hello, sir. hello, american sailor are, hello, freedom man. freedom man. he's the freedom man. reagan, small moment with a big meaning, a moment the sailor who wrote it in a letter couldn't get out of his mind, and when i saw it, neither could i. because that's what it meant to be an more than in the 1980s. we stood again for freedom. for reagan, that's what it meant to be an american again in the 1980s. we stood again for freedom. now, freedom has many manifestations, and you'll often hear conservatives talk freedom, freedom, freedom, this freedom mantra. but some ways i try to express to my students, freedom can mean regulations. it's easier to open a business if you're not burdened by regulations. i mean, you need the freedom to be able to open p and start a business, and in some countries you can't because of all the onerous regulations. taxes, high taxes rob you of freedom. if you -- if 50%, if 50% of y
china here it there were these madmen attacking people with knives here it killed the three people, injured 130 more. the first thing i thought of was i wish that someone there had a gun. when they said there were a bunch of attackers, i thought and i hope they have a high cap magazine. you're going to need in a situation like that. of an armedlection response. i'm not making this up. this is what china recommended. what would your definite -- what would your deputy say to the -- to you? skin saturdayke a night live. peoplee zones get killed. the only person safe is the criminal perpetrator. you mentioned the key phrase "stop the threat." be therepolice cannot in real time, when the threat is happening, somebody has to be there to stop the threat. all the stuff about hiding under the desk, i'm not saying you shouldn't do that. you get to make the choice as to how you will defend yourself. someone should be there. someone has to be there to stop the threat. believe the armed services is what makes our citizenry -- citizens say. if it is a private as is and they want to put up a neon
korea and china. third, so under the conservative president that you finally got after eight years, u.s. and japan, we need to enforce our bonds and entrench the foundation of conservatism by working together. [ applause ] >> thank you. >> translator: so jcu is planning to host the first japan cpac in japan this fall. [ applause ] >> thank you. thank you. >> translator: you are all welcome to come to japan this fall. this is my strong wish that this event and the activities will help to make america great again and to bring the prosperity in japan and the whole world i'm doing all my best. >> god bless america. god bless japan. god bless the whole world. thank you! >> translator: thank you so much. thank you. who chairs the republican study committee. he talked about the importance of reaching out to new communities to spread conservative ideas. >> thank you very much, thank you. good afternoon. since it's after 12:00 now, i thank you to matt, certainly
means you have to tax from mexico in china and around the world and they get tax breaks over american-made products. we tax are made in america products and americans don't. but today we lose at home and loose abroad. another the foreign competitors tax this way. on this map behind me you can see our global competitors in blue, they take take their taxes off their products they slap taxes on the products going into their country. and read you'll see a few of us that don't to either. we lose here and this abroad. it's a america and a few other economies like cuba north korea and iran. american workers are getting the shaft. not not anymore. under our plan all products sold in america will be taxed equally at a low equal business rate and if you're american-made product is sold around the world we are no longer taxing it. you can compete on a level playing field. if anyone knows how to compete and win, it is president to donald trump. [applause] as he said yesterday, meeting with american manufacturers was gonna happen. the company's going to, come back and build their factories and mak
sailor was hard at work on the carrier midway which was patrolling the south china sea. they spied on the horizon a boat and crammed inside were refugees from china hoping to get to america. the midway sent a launch to bring them to the ship and safety as the refugees made their way through the sea one spied the sailor on deck and its needs that up and called out to one of the boat people looked up and called out to him as the sailor held out his hand to pull them up and yelled hello american sailor, hello freedom, hello american sailor and hello freedom man. so imagine at that moment he is more than just a boat person he's a spokesperson. he's a spokesperson for freedom. a spokesperson for american exceptionalism as ronald reagan was at that moment. you get a symbol here more profound into deeper than the south china sea. imagine he doesn't look up and say hello, sailor, hello military man, hello american sailor, hello freedom and. he is the freedom man. a small moment with a big meaning and he wrote it in a letter and couldn't get out of his mind and when i saw it, neither could i.
. >> secretary of state rex tillerson at the u.n. security briefing. >> we must all do our share. ofh china accounting for 90% north korean trade, china alone has economic leverage, and there role is particularly important. >> c-span programs are available on our homepage and by searching the video library. he once called for the removal of pluto as a planet. anday, may 7, author astrophysicist neil degrasse tyson will be our guest on "in-depth." our moon, as small as it was compared to earth, is five times the mass of pluto. -- plutole over here lovers were never told that, were you? [laughter] to the company of informed people regarding pluto. our live three-hour conversation, we will take your calls, tweets, and facebook questions for neil degrasse tyson. his most recent book is "astrophysics four people in a "astrophysics for people in a hurry." 3:00 live from noon to p.m. eastern may 7 on. "washington journal" continues. every opportunity we can to talk about the first amendment. floyd abrams' new book gives us the opportunity. the
american sailor was hard at work on the ship patrolling the south china sea. the crews spied a leaky boat and there were refugees inside hoping to get to america. they sent a launch to bring the ship in to safety. as they went through the choppy seas, one saw the sailor on deck and looked up to him as the sail sailor held out a hand and he yelled, hello american sailor, hello freedom man. imagine that. this boat person, at that moment, he is more than a boat person. he is the spokesperson for freedom. as reagan was at that moment. you have a symbol here that is more profound and deeper than the south china sea. he doesn't look up and say hello military man, or sir, but hello american sailor, hello freedom man. he is the freedom man. reagan, a small moment with a big meaning, a moment the sailor who wrote it in a letter couldn't get that out of his mind and i could not stop it. that is what it meant to be an american in the '80s: we stood for freedom. freedom has many manifestations and you will hear this freedom mantra but freedom can mean regulations. it is easier to open a business
exports to china doubling, our car industry booming, our aerospace expanding, our manufacturing growing, we're making britain proud again. car engines not imported from germany, but built down the road in wolverhampton. new oil rigs not made in china, but built on the tyne. record levels of employment, record numbers of apprenticeships, britain regaining its purpose, its pride and its confidence. we're at a moment where all the hard work is finally paying off, and the light is coming up after some long dark days. go back now and we'll lose all we've done, falling back into the shadows when we could be striding into the sun. that's the question next may. do you want to go back to square one -- or finish what we've begun? i don't claim to be a perfect leader. but i am your public servant, standing here, wanting to make our country so much better -- for your children and mine. i love this country, and i will do my duty by it. we've got the track record, the right team, ,to take this plan for our country and turn it into a plan for you. i think of the millions of people going out to work, w
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