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May 22, 2016 7:30pm PDT
set of incremental shifts that it would happen in the united states and china and europe -- kevin: let's carry that thought forward. we say we're going to have incremental change. the president of the united states gloshtse a deal with china that from now until 2030, they get to emmitt their emissions while the u.s. decreases its. creating an advantage for china in what's supposed to be a global problem. fernando: thank you so much. kevin: my pleasure. fernando: we'll know more about donald trump's energy policy when he outlines his strategy a at major conference in bismarck, north dakota, next week. >> coming up, campaign leverage in the digital age. what this media crick says about fact -- critic says about fact checking the donald. and this young girl took her fight to integrated schools to the supreme court. why did the decision made 50 years ago just take hold inold mississippi town? then, is your r bernie sanders: i have a strong feeling that with your support we're going to take the entire west coast. fernando: from the moment senator bernie sanders announced his candidacy
Dec 6, 2015 11:30am EST
countries including china and india and australia, etc., have determined that its actually a manmade phenomenon. scientists that didn' to the meeting because they didn' t get the grants from the bureaucrats of those countries to attend the meeting. fernando: so you' re saying that 99% of the scientists are wrong, and 1% of the scientists are right? >> it' s not 1%. if you believe that only 1% of the scientists disagree with the co2 global warming theory, then you aren' t doing your job. it' s a much higher percentage than that. it is such a miniscule part of the atmosphere that it does not impact on the temperature of the planet except in a very miniscule way. fernando: clearly, the topic of climate change raises passionate feelings on all sides. it will be up to the negotiators in paris to finalize the deal as they continue through the week. >> coming up on "matter of fact," he doesn' t fit any stereotype. as a matter of fact, his job is to fight them in the most unusua jeb bush: here's the truth you will not hear from our president: we are at war with radical islamic terrorism. r i
Jan 2, 2016 6:30pm CST
, defeating isis and the taliban, but also in new challenges from china, russia, and global terrorism. and a surprising person to watch, president obama. in the last year of almost every administration, most presidencies wind down. congress and the country focus on the elections. meanwhile, the president's initiatives are politely ignored. yet this time, something is different. with big ideological splits among republicans and plenty of muscular executive action, the president has been able to advance his agenda in the last -- advance his agenda. look for at least some of that tweet me and use #matteroffact, >> coming fernando: since man was able to organize into warring tribes, we have been at war. today we look around the planet and see all kinds of conflicts, big and small. yet even in this advanced age of technology and promise, peace seems elusive and the world scarier every day. meanwhile, presidential candidates have tuned into voters' anxieties and supplied even more reasons to fear. but there's something more dangerous that gathers strength and threatens our republic. listen
Jul 23, 2016 9:30pm PDT
includes china and russia, so we have a real problem. now erdogan talked about, when he was first running for election, the democratic system, but if you go back to when he was mayor of istanbul back in the 1990's, he said democracy is like a street car, you ride it as far as you need and then you step off, and it looks like he just took a flying leap off that street car. fernando: wow. and another dynamic within this very complex picture is, supposedly, the closing in of the relationship between turkey and russia, which was highly damaged by the shoot down of russian fighter some months ago. is this putin trying to once again influence the middle east through another country that is an american ally? what's going on there? michael: you know, when the united states looks at diplomacy, oftentimes we look at diplomacy as how to get to yes, how to come to a win-win situation. when vladimir putin looks at diplomacy, it's a zero-sum game, and so i think his thought process is really quite simply, this is an opportunity to capitalize off the distress of the united states, because, remem
Mar 13, 2016 11:00am EDT
-- the nafta trade treaty -- 850,000 jobs lost. special trade status with china -- 3 million jobs lost. now the trans-pacific trade deal could cost america 448,000 more jobs. only one candidate for president has opposed every disastrous deal -- bernie sanders. while others supported unfair trade deals, bernie stood with american workers. he'll take on wall street and their trade deals because he doesn't take their money. for jobs. for us. bernie. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, mr. biden: ifmr. biden: ronald reagan were alive today seeking the nomination, he could no more get the nomination of the republican party than i could get the nomination. i am not joking. fernando: that was vice president joseph biden speaking at an event in dubai about the presidential race. as biden, and even some republicans, have pointed out, there' s a lot of talk about divisions erupting within the grand old party. i asked renowned scholar and head of the annenberg public policy center kathleen hall jamieson if the divisions will stand. dr. jamieson: the current systems has made it difficult for a new p
Jan 17, 2016 10:30am EST
job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest i'm hillary clinton and fernando: for months now, the political rise of donald trump has baffled washington pundits and party insiders. but regardless of what happens with his candidacy, the trump phenomenon has exposed a truth about the mood of voters. they' re angry. resident scholar norm ornstein at the non-partisan american that anger is especially deep among republicans. norm: trump has channeled into broader phenomenon. some of it has historical roots. it is an anger at the establishment, a belief among many republicans that their own leaders have sat back passively while barack obama has run roughshod over them, while at the same time, a passive and weak barack obama has been fleeced repeatedly, around the
Mar 6, 2016 11:30am EST
expensive china. she was always fiercely protective of her husband. after he was shot in 1981, she became obsessed with his safety. one former chief of staff revealing mrs. reagan consulted an as trolgs to plan the president's schedule and she even coached him on what to say to reporters. >> doing everything we can. >> as first lady she also campaigned against teen drug and alcohol abuse with the now famous slogan "just say no". >> all of us thank you and president reagan for helping us >> she later turned it to a cause many republicans disagreed with, stem cell research which could some day help others with alzheimer's. >> the republican party was not the center of her life, ronald reagan was and she saw an immediate potential application of stem cell research to the person she cared about most in all the world. >> her public perception has undergone a profound transformation over the years widely viewed in her final decade as a leading political light. she was endlessly courted by republican contenders constantly cited as a par gone of genuine conservative virtue. but what she will be m
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