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Dec 8, 2014 12:00am PST
didn't feel the tremor. the international monetary fund revealed that china's economy surpassed that of the united states and now china is now the world's largest economy. they reported on this story and it could should have caused demonstrations in our streets. we are losing our country and no one seems to notice. less than 15 years ago, the u.s. economy was three types the size of china. and americans since 1945 have grown used to having the number one economy and must have taken it for granted. get ready to the new ranking or get angry and we'll do something about it. our current president said running up the huge debt on children and dprand children was irresponsible and unpatriotic. if so, he is the least patriotic president in history. our debt topped the 18 trillion mark. that is more than double than it took the first 43 presidents to create. his solution. keep borrowing and then give out free cell phones and paying people additional money to not work. and he wants to ignore the constitutional process of law and open america's door to cheap labor and make its harder for
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Nov 15, 2014 5:00pm PST
? >> wow. that said it all. gary burns, thank you for joining us. china trying its darnedest to be a super power than the united states. our panel stays and you will, too. don't miss the next section of "huckabee"". we'll be right back. twhat do i do?. you need to catch the 4:10 huh? the equipment tracking system will get you to the loading dock. ♪ there should be a truck leaving now. i got it. now jump off the bridge. what? in 3...2...1... are you kidding me? go. right on time. right now, over 20,000 trains are running reliably. we call that predictable. thrillingly predictable. when diet and exercise aren't enough, adding crestor lowers bad cholesterol up to 55%. yeah! crestor is not for people with liver disease or women who are nursing, pregnant, or may become pregnant. tell your doctor all medicines you take. call your doctor if you have muscle pain or weakness, feel unusually tired, have loss of appetite, upper belly pain, dark urine, or yellowing of skin or eyes. these could be signs of serious side effects. are you down with crestor? ask your doctor about crestor. >> we are
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Jan 23, 2011 3:00am EST
china. >> in china they are playing part of the visit in movie theaters. >> on behalf of the american people. welcome to the united states. >> watch out, washington. >> they are together again. it's east meets west, rush hour 4. ♪ [ laughter ] >> mike: joining me for a serious take on the performance, casey mcfarland, political science professor at ok dental college, caroline hellmann and radio talk show host curtis leeway. >> we will talk about topics that are serious and give us a grade. first thing to talk about, the republicans are saying they will cut $2.5 trillion out of federal bending. talk about do you give them a grade of "a," "b," "c," "d," "f" on that? casey, i'll start with you. >> give them an "a." somebody is talking about cutting the budget that is so out of control. we are borrowing a trillion a year to pay for it. give them an "a." >> mike: casey says "a." curtis? >> a-plus if they went after the farm subsidiaries. dairy subsidiariesubsidiaries. we know they won't touch heartland. "c" for trying. >> mike: all right. caroline, from college, give them a grade. >> "d.
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Dec 7, 2014 5:00pm PST
. this week the international monetary funding has stir passed that of the united states and china is now the world's largest economy. we're losing our country, and no one seems to even notice. less than 15 years ago, the u.s. economy was three times the size of china. america is used to having the number one economy in the world and was just taking it for granted. our current president once said that running up a huge debt on the backs of our children and grandchildren was irresponsible and unpatriotic, if so e, he's officially now the least patriotic president in history. his solution, keep borrowing and then spend piles more money on everything from free cell phones to paying people additional money to not work. and if that weren't irrational enough, he wants to ignore the -- which will nak it even harder for an american family to stay say float, much les get ahead. all the while he thinks he ought to punish the productivity of workers and companies by justifying the largest corporate tax rates in the entire world. they're even higher than those of france. and they actually elected
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Dec 18, 2011 8:00pm PST
stroke back in 2008. he recovered making recent visits to china and rush shawl. joining us on the phone is fox news chief washington correspondent james rosen who is suspected to succeed kim jong-il. >> the third and youngest son kim jong unat one time he was educated at an english language school at switzerland. he was believed to be a noted fan of michael jordan and has some exposure to the western culture and english language. fox news has been following for 2 and a half years this succession process in north korea. we reported back in june of 2009 u.s. intelligence utilizing signal intelligence captured documents and other evidence of kim jong-il demanding that the military in north korea accept his youngest sons as hear leader distributing talking points emphasizing his military prowess and so forth. this has been a long time coming. this is make mow mistake about it an ethical helmet the idea that we should be -- kim jong-il should be gone vastly effects the world order and you can be sure that president obama and his national security team are in close contact with china. >> jame
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Jan 4, 2014 8:00pm PST
. from china's point of view, we're a threat. russia we're a threat. i still believe all the mistakes we've made there's been no country with more power and more ability to mess people up that we haven't done it. china doesn't like us. really, china doesn't like us. >> it's not just china. it's pakistan. they are arch enemies with india. they don't see india as the biggest threat. >> it's the pakistan thing that almost sold me to your side. >> i don't know about you but i find this be to be great news because it's like having a kenyan born interloper in office. they still fear us. >> they still fear us that we are the most loathsome and threatening. if they had a choice they would choose to live here. everybody wants our stuff, iphones, energy technology, u.s. stock market had a fantastic year, 30% up. china, which thinks we're such a threat, well they happen to own most of our treasuries. huge stash of bonds. i think that's telling. >> china owns 8% of u.s. debt. look it up. >> nobody on this side can challenge either one of them. we don't look stuff up. we sit around till t
FOX News
Apr 6, 2013 5:00pm PDT
government in china, the relatively new government in north korea, the most experienced government is the united states government that there could be, in fact, a miscalculation. that's the concern. >> and our own military has been hit by massive budget cuts the last few years, drawing down forces, but coming after two very intense wars in iraq and afghanistan. now the effects of the sequestration. what are we capable of militarily, whether positioning forces or actually doing something in the event that things could escalate there? >> sequestration will certainly takes its toll on the united states military in the latter part of this year and for years to come rather dram atically if it continues. in dealing with had crisis, we have first-class capability to deal with it. certainly we would move ground forces into the country to assist the 28,000 and the 600,000 man south korean military that is there and we have significant amount of air power and maritime superiority to deal with -- if there was a conflict. there's no doubt about it that the north korean leadership understands, if
FOX News
Mar 17, 2014 12:00am PDT
three incredibly important functions. if you are halfway over the atlantic or the south china sea where there's no primary coverage. >> what you are saying if a transponder is turned off there's no way to specifically identify this plane or the altitude of this plane. >> absolutely spot on. you can see the four digits here that provide the aircraft with a unique identification code. >> when those four digits are not there? >> those four digits disappear from the radar screen as to the altitudes. it is absolutely imperative especially where there is radar coverage. >> it is clear the transponder is invisible and reachable. >> what's important is from hijacked to sabotage to mechanical failure without the crews knowing about it. speaking on violence a-- if you internet it is something easily identifiable and eedz zee to turn off as well. there's an important piece here, when the aircraft go out and do trans-atlantic flights or south china sea flights whether areas of vast open there could be lots of aircraft crossing the china sea that a half an hour how toum guadalupe paw or beijin
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Feb 24, 2013 12:00am PST
chinese stealing the blueprints and take back to china and repurposing it and competing for the companies in the international company. a very large manufacturing company was hacked and they argue because of the theft, chinese theft took it back and copied their product and competing against them. 25,000 u.s. manufacturing jobs lost because of it >> why aren't we doing something more about it? this is huge. >> it is huge. >> wo've why don't we hear more about this, congressman? >> companyings are reluctant to talk about it ours was the first committee two years ago to come out and name as the number one espion age actor in the world . weep never saw anything like it in the history of the world by the way . companies are reluctant to come forward. i couldn't get someone to testify because of fear of retribution for doing business in china. we had an odd events that allowed companies to say i don't want to talk about it and it might hurt my stock prices and ability to raise capitol and we have pushed the envelope and pushed the envelope until now the report that you referenced sho
FOX News
Oct 23, 2011 8:00pm PDT
should be nicer. teave job's main point we were at a competitive disadvantage with china. we'll be at a competitive disadvantage with china as long as we have child labor laws and pensions. there is a moral imperative that is different from what china is bringing. >> mike: should we allow them to cothat and import their products without impugnity. >> you are talking about restrictive trade policy. in history free trade is a better way to democracy to capitalism than closed trade. >> mike: is it tree trade if it is not -- snorks no. >> mike: they are dumping products and taling intellectual property rights from american inquenitity. >> absolutely not. that conversation as ellie said not a surprise at all. but the bigger part of the segbook, let me help you with ads for the 2012 election. clearly a visionary who has been -- it is a devastating loss to the world and he thought president obama should be elected regardless of the challenges with business regulations that he wanted to have easied and the issues he brought up from china and he put ideas on the table for education. but bottom
FOX News
Mar 4, 2012 8:00pm PST
. we also want to test yourself against china and india. if we can design regulatory and tax policies that enable us to compete head to head with china and india there are studies for example that south carolina and alabama will both be cheaper than coastal china in the future. the u.s. is already less expensive in japan. we want to aggressively export to the countries and that requires a very different attitude. >> go ahead, secretary. >> we all understand how important the manufacturing stature is to our country and the number of jobs it provide. we also know the worldwide manufacturer has been on a decline. you think what we said about changing the tax policy and the trade policies would that really help to stimulate and reinvigorate the manufacturing sector? >> what i say is 100 percent in expense and new equipment. you wouldn't buy equipment and right it off in one year. i change the unemployment compensation so you have to take a business training program in north dakota right now they have 3 and a half percent unemployment but they have 16,000 jobs in the city they can't fill.
FOX News
Jan 2, 2011 11:00pm EST
america because we are building good roads in china because they are carrying out debt and making money off of us? >>neil: and they call the shots so if something erupts in north korea, we are caught in between. we do not want to get china ticked off not because we are ticked off at china but we know if we get them too annoyed they could pull their money out of our country. we are in defense and as you stated when you ran for budget in arkansas, and maybe you will do that again if the neil cavuto campaign falls through which i could live with because i have a cable gig, but what happens is, people say, well are i guess we are not the same america, i guess china is ruling the roost and we are owing to them. china owns a lot of our debt, yes, but they own that because we buy a lot of their stuff. we are on such defense and so anxious and worried and nervous and paranoid about ourselves we do not know which end is up and everyone in the world comes around and slaps us, and the ultimate thing in the last year is when the french finance minister started lecturing us on our budget. the
FOX News
Dec 9, 2012 12:00am PST
. the steel we sell is the same as the steel made in china or india. there is a big difference, though. in america the rates from much higher. how does the company like mine compete in a global environment where products from china and india and europe are crashing on our shores? >> they are dumping product by having government subsidies to chien needs products that are often then subsidized so they can put you guys out of business on the entire market. that's what a lot of americans don't understand. it's frustrating to me. >> there is probably an even more important point about the product that is that our own government is making it more difficult for us to compete. >> how are they doing that? >> president obama is making the rounds. he is going to help us out by increasing our taxes. the only way we can beat governor is by investing in equipment. if the wage rates are lower in china and steel costs the same electricity costs the same the only way i can make business is to have better gimeequipment ane only way to have better equipment is to continually investment the only w
FOX News
Dec 21, 2014 5:00pm PST
countries who have this kind of capability and countries like china and russia and iran are currently in thousands of u.s. companies and they're in our industrial control systems. when something like this the happens, by north korea against a companilike sony, it should get people's attention, because this is a sign of things to come. >> let's talk credibility a minute. north korea said we didn't have anything to do with that, we're going to help you find who did. i'm thinking maybe oj will join in the search too. because he's so good at looking for people who did things. while north koreans say they didn't have anything to do with it. the president has said, we're just going to have a proportional response. i'm wondering about the credibility of both the north koreas and the president on this, evaluate. do you think the north koreans are behind it? do you agree with the fbi colleagues of yours? and did the president have the right tone, the right answer for this? >> so on your first question, what the north koreans did this or not, the fbi, as well as other members of the intelligence c
FOX News
Dec 22, 2014 12:00am PST
decade now. there are dozens of countries that have this capability and countries like china, russia and iran are currently in thousands of u.s. companies in our industrial control systems. when something like this happens by north korea to a company like sony, it should get people's attention because this is a sign of things to come. >> north korea said we didn't have anything to do with that. we had help you find who did. i'm kind of thinking o.j. will join in the search too because he's so good at finding things. while north korea said they didn't have anything to do with it, the president said we will have a proportional response. i'm wondering of both the north koreans and the president on this. evaluate it. do you think the north koreans are behind it. do you agree with your fbi colleagues and did the president have the right tone behind this. >> on your first question of whether the north koreans did this or not, the fbi as well as other members of the intelligence community have done a thorough bevaluation, they've looked at a lot of different indicators. they've looked at forens
FOX News
Jan 16, 2012 12:00am PST
daughter sitting right there in front of you. her name is grace see may. she is from china. she was born in a country where life wasn't always abandvalue l. she was abandoned and left at a vegetable market. i thank her mother every day for giving her life. i have stipulations with rape and incest and health -- life of the mother. that is the conclusion that i have drawn after being looked at it, investigated it and thought through it very carefully. that's where i am that's where i always have been and i hope it's good enough for you. thank you. >> one more question from this section then we will take a break and come back. your name and your question for governor huntsman. >> good evening. my name is jack frose. the ultimate candidate for the highest of offices could face the possibility of a billion dollars worth of dirty tricks. do you anticipate in that respect, sir, the creation of an under current of religious prejudice, if so how do you plan on defending your faith and your beliefs? >> thank you, jack. i intend to defend who i am, my faith, my beliefs and my family by being w
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Jul 5, 2009 8:00pm EDT
begins. russia and china two countries influential in an area where north korea has taken advantage of u.s. sanctions by simply ignoring them. in 4th of july weekend a significant one because on america's independence day, as we all celebrated our independence, yesterday, not one, not two, but seven missiles fired off by north korea. this is a situation that's a delicate one for international peace talks between north korea and whether or not china will step in. russia, of course, a major player in this. russia and china recently came out and saying that they're very tired of pyongyang's actions and finally, possibly, maybe the united states can come up with some sort of resolution with russia, importantly on this trip and china to make it all stop. that's the question and a big, big mission for president obama as all eyes are on him. this is the president who obviously campaigned through his entire presidential campaign, urging, his supporters urging americans this president is going to do it differently. he's willing to sit down and talk to leaders of other kupts, specifically cou
FOX News
Jun 25, 2012 12:00am PDT
. kayleigh talked about american exceptionalism. we tack go china in relation to the united states in terms of their burgeoning middle class and growing economy. what i don't see is a real discussion about china's involvement in africa, where they've been making huge inroads investing billions to build the future of africa's infrastructure and many african militaries, legitimate and sometimes shadowy forces i'll say. i would like to say that i think more than anything the united states should focus on china, not in a whimsical sense but in a sense they are making serious geopolitical inroads into a large continent. >> mike: interesting perspective on the international front not all just economics for sure. peter? >> second row ethan. >> in 2008 i voted for obama under the belief he would change many of the policies from the bush administration like indefinite detentions at go -- at guantanamo bay i'm disappointed more than anything i'm disappointed in myself for being sony eve to believe that one man can affect such change. it is tough when so many elected officials from both sides can make
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Oct 30, 2011 5:00pm PDT
obama as an ambassador to china. if you read my book, "do the right thing" or hope to higher ground." you know that i believe that politics needs to be less horizontal, right shall left, democrat, republican, conservative, liberal. it ought to be more vertical. the question is, is it taking us up or down. are things getting better or are they getting worse. now, if my show or comments aren't caustic or combative or confrontational or critical enough for you, i'm sure you probably can find somebody on television who is mad all the time and you can watch them. but for me, america is too good a country to be wasted by a bad attitude. that's my opinion, and i welcome yours. even if it's for the bad attitude. you can contact me at mike and click on the fox news feedback session and sign up for my facebook page or follow me on twitter. well, on thursday, european leaders cut a deal to bail out debt riddled greece, how solvent is europe? my next guest warned that the u.s. is headed down the same road, daniel hannan is a british member of the european parliament who two years a
FOX News
Feb 3, 2014 12:00am PST
-shirts in china. because of the free market, globalization and new technology, a result is growing inequality. it has been viewed at least 13 million times. >> the poorest americans don't even register in it they are down to pocket change. the top two to 5% are actually off the chart. the income inequality has gotten worse and the reason is a ceo makes 400 times what the average worker makes. and what you are talking about, when it comes to corporations whether it's wal-mart or mcdonald's down the list, the top echelon of the corporate world makes it exceedingly larger amount of money than workers do. and microsoft made it a good wage. and you have been doing all the business with china all the time,. john: it is true that we have a big gap between rich and poor. those of us resist to squeeze this down apparently in england in 1990 and you were part of the british parliament. and margaret thatcher is responding to your argument. >> i agree with her and the point is that rather than having a big gap we should all be together. >> selects talk about this in terms of the very poor and
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May 15, 2010 8:00pm EDT
. >> who is going to lend us the money? >> right. china is already saying that. >> trillion debt, as far as the eye can see, every year. we have to borrow that money. don't you think the lenders will turn and and say -- >> chinese are lecturing us on the spending habit. >> not lending to us at the moment. >> before they seize fannie and freddie, paulson, the former treasury secretary wrote in his book and told congress the reason he did it russia, he says, advising china to dump fannie and freddie debt. in other words the bond yield started to fall apart and the government had the seize those two immediately. >> mike: we hear the president say the economy is on the rebound. are we doing better? >> the economy is expanding. that is true. there is some very limited new job creation, very limited. the deficit, the hangover of debt will slow us down. we're not recovering in a robust fashion like we should be from a se serious recession. far from it. it's slow recovery. >> the administration says we inherited a recession. every administration said it for two decades. joe biden has been in
FOX News
Oct 30, 2011 8:00pm PDT
yur teen countries and today when it's coming from china to india, it's calamitous and that's the proximate cause for the disaster in europe's economy today. piatter, let's talk about an area of heff heavy regulation to american businesses, obama care as it's instituted. what's it going to cost american businesses and will it have a detrimental affect. no one knows how many. the real problem is government and the reason that health care is so expensive in the first place is the same reason that college tuitions are so expensive. because the government gets in there and subsidizes it. before government was involved, health care was far less expensive and more accessible to more people. if we simply brought market forces back in the health care, we would have competition, if we can separate health insurance from employment, which is the consequence of our tax code, if people were shopping around, and not, you know, using health insurance as pre-paid medical, we would have much lower health care costs, but instead of taking a free market approach we're just going to get the governmen
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Oct 19, 2014 5:00pm PDT
happens in china and ir iran. but should americans just shut up when their freedom of religious is directly threatened. just when you thought that someone in government -- irs scandals and spying on reporters, clelting on e-mails and phone records, forcing pastors do speak on the slaughter of innocent children, we see a stunning example of reckless abuse of power. >> houston, we have a problem. >> yes, we have a problem and it's in houston. an niece parker, the openly lesbian mayor of houston passed -- preference to transgender people who claim who identify with the opposite jechbder. didn't want to send their -- eventually they collected enough signatures to put the measure up for a vote before the people. a heavy handed mayor and city attorney declared that there weren't enough valid signatures and citizecitizen -- s&p the -- starnes of fox broke this story and the storm came down. be surprised that pastor sermon material had been requested. it said offensive the five pastors use pulpits for politics, their sermons are fair game. instructions given on filling out anti-he
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Oct 20, 2012 5:00pm PDT
crucing in the south china sea. stepped up patrols part of the strategy. china tried to reclaim the resource rich islands there. they are disputed by vietnam and the fill feigns. i am harris faulkner, now back to huckabee. if you would like to comment on tonight's show go to fox >>> and president obama made an appearance in fren leterritory. he was a guest on the jon stewart show . he got away with a comment. we start the notable quotables with the president's response about sacrificing our values to insure national security. >>> there are trade offs. there are times when bad folks somewhere on the other side of the world and you have to make a call and it is not optimal. >>> that was the first time he used the term not optimal. >>> fast forward the discussion changes. it focuses the administration's response to the benghazi attacks. >>> i would say even you admit it was not the optimal reponce to the american people as far as us being on the same page. >>> this is what i will say. if four americans get killed it is not optimal and we will fix it >>> there were people who
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Aug 14, 2011 12:00am PDT
growing . move forward from that basis . governor as we talked about communist china is a threat to this generation's soviet union and refused to seed the 21st century to a communist dictator. >> mike: i will call you right on that issue and a lott of americans underestimate the way in which china manipulated our currence yeforeign policy and it is an important issue. you had a tough day today. you didn't come out in the top four or five. are you discouraged and if not. tell me where you go from here and how you build on our experience in the straw poll. >> first, it was too much respect for iowa ans to enter a month ago and expected to finish like where senator sanatorium or mr. gam. and build as you go. and in fairness. it is a and that is a warehouse foreman. and we are look figure you are available. >> mike: i like this gig better. thad mccotter thank you for coming to the straw poll and compete showing us here tonight and bringing your message to the audience. the only way you get heard is to come to forums like this and it is significant and note worthy it would be ease to say
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Mar 21, 2011 3:00am EDT
competition. china plans to build 60 nuclear plants. >> will that happen in china or is there counterweight that can stop it? >> harry reid will be over there sitting on their backs. no, i think they will do it, and let's hope they know what they are doing. you have to get your energy from somewhere. >> thank you all. >>> still ahead, the u.n finally votes to act against muammar qaddafi. muammar qaddafi. why did it take so long? and where was president obama? >>> at long last the u.n security council on thursday approved a resolution authorizing military intervention in libya. the vote and u.s. support for the measure came weeks after president obama first declared that libyan strong man muammar qaddafi must go. we are back. we have dan and kim and joining us is board member matt kaminski. is it too late, matt? >> they really cut it choose. troops are about a hundred kilometers and they waited until the absolute last minute. it wasn't in thanks to the u.s. it was the french that pushed us here. they made it harder to succeed. even a week ago we had a no-fly zone. if we had to
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May 15, 2011 3:00am EDT
always be good at nuclear. the a meltdown the china syndrome mass disaster will happen. >> sure. we have heard this for decades. if you are anti carbon dioxide you love darkness. the reality is today the world needs electricity and it needs a lot of it we have over a billion people living without electricity. it is growing dramatically 80 percent in the next 20-years. >> we have coal, oil, natural gas you could do it that way. >> perhaps, but i don't think we have enough of those resourc re if we did we have to deal with the externalitiesexternalities> warming is a problem. >> if it is a problem. you have the coal ash, you have mining deaths from coal mining. the thing that makes nuclear so compelling is incredible power density. you cannot approach anything n other energy course approaches nuclear when it comes to power density. here in new york indian point. >> a nuclear plant just north of here. >> two reactors produced 2100 mega watts of power f. you wanted to pro -- use wind turbines to produce that. >> your governor said we need to close indian point. >> he's the brother of th
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Jan 16, 2011 2:00am EST
, china doesn't have guns like the united states, and their crime level is low. yeah, it is china. they will lop your hands-off and cut your neck if you look at google. , -- >> yet they don't cut the tongues off the chickens. it makes no sense. >> i am enjoying this two-minute anthony-o-logue. >> i don't have much time, but john lot who is not an unbiased person, who points out the events in tucson, the damage is determined by the amount of time between the attack beginning and when another gun shows up. >> the sheriff. my friend, the sheriff. he really helped. >> this guy was bared from injoing the military as well as a community college. all i am saying, if you want your guns that's fine, but let's have some checks. there is a waiting ground. maybe you don't have a magazine with 31. maybe you have 10. they could have tackled him. >> have i no problem with limiting the magazine. you don't need 33 bullets. >> i will argue that point. >> please. >> i will because if you give them an inch, they will take a yard. no one takes their station neither re-- stationery and say, we're done. let's
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Jun 16, 2013 11:00pm EDT
americans told the south china morning post that he's neither a traitor nor a hero. he says he's just an american but that hasn't stopped the debate here at home. so is snowden a hero or a traitor? bill is a former official with more than 30 years in the agency. he became a whistle blower and re-signed in 2001 after the program he created for foreign intelligence gathering was turned inward on this country. >>> b steven yates is a former deputy assistant to vice president chaney and ceo of d.c. international advisory. he spent the first five years of his career at the national security agency. gentlemen. glad to have both of you here. >> thank you. >> bill, let me start with you. i don't think this is really so much about edward snowden as it is about the programs and their value to the country and whether or not they violate the constitutional rights of americans but i do want to ask, if your view, is edward snowden a good guy or a bad guy? >> well, i certainly think that what he has done in exposing these programs is a great public service. this kind of -- what i think of as unconst
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Nov 17, 2014 12:00am PST
. gary burns, thank you for joining us. china trying its darnedest to be a super power than the united states. our panel stays and you will, >> we are back. when we think of threats we think of terrorism, not enfour countries, but one country, china, has an impact on our way of life and your money. joining us it gordon. thank you for joining us. >> thank you, so much, governor. >> how does china threaten the american way of life? >> well, china, is stealing the jobs and predatory trade tractis and cyber threat and ballistic missiles to north korea and iowa ran and configuring the military to fight us. last october state media threatening to incinerate tens of millions of americans and threatened to kill people in chicago with radioactivity. on our part, we say china is a friend and there iss a mispatch of perceptions here. >> you list all of the threats from china, and your point will be? it is obvious theres a number of ways china is a direct threat to the security of the united states. i have frankly never trusted them. and a lot of americans think they are our economic salvation and
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Nov 16, 2014 2:00am PST
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