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Jun 24, 2013 9:00pm PDT
congress didn't know about, but to go to china, to go to russia, to now seem to be organizing to go to cuba and ecuador. this is a guy who's in favor of free speech? you have to be kidding me. >> this is my issue. this is my issue, rudy, you hit the nail right on the head. this is -- let's come to what he's done since he did all this, in a moment. let's start first of all with his original action of linking the information in the first place. do you think there is a reasonable defense for putting into the public domain the material that he reasonably judiciously chose to put out there? >> there really season the a legal defense, there's an emotional defense. half the people that are tweeting are telling you, oh, he was revealing a secret that should be revealed. legally -- >> is there a public interest defense? >> you could try all that. if you could try on the law, he gets convicted in a second. he took an oath of office -- >> he's admitted that, he's admitted that he broke the law. so that's what i think -- i think there are two issues here with him, one is, he came out and said, loo
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Mar 24, 2014 9:00pm PDT
coordinated, it shows the difficulty and the breadth of we have this situation in china right now where you have family members heading toward the malaysian embassy, situations in kuala lumpur where they're preparing for this press conference, a conference in perth, australia. it involves so many different nationalities and personalities. >> the complexity is unbelievable. the thing about an accident investigation, i don't care how big or small it is, you never know what you did right, you only know what you did wrong. that's really a difficult position to be in. i really feel for these folks doing this investigation. i've never done an investigation that after the fact want second guessed and even myself second guessed. that's part of getting the experience to do it and i just feel for them right now. they're going through a lot. >> in terms of the investigation, there are representatives from the ntsb, from british authorities in kuala lumpur working with malaysian authorities. how does something like that get coordinated? >> what we do is we have an inspector in charge, whether that'
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Oct 10, 2013 9:00pm PDT
. it never changes. nobody does anything. when you look at china and countries the way they take advantage of this country. china gets their oil and come through the straights. to come through the straights we protect the straights. china gets most of the oil and europe, by the way, we get 10% of the oil and yet, we spend all the of money but why aren't people reimbursing us? why aren't people helping us or doing things? we cannot continue to spend the way we're spending and really to a large extent it's to the benefit of others. virtually every country that does business with us as a country takes advantage of the -- >> from a business point of view, though, china has been extremely smart with america, brought up more and more american debt. more than a third owned by the chinese f. there was to be a default on the debt ceiling, the first people that would get paid is chinese with the bonds otherwise the whole pack of cards comes down. the default increases rapidly. >> china is lecturing don't let this happen. can you believe this -- >> can you laugh at them saying that? >> i th
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Dec 11, 2013 6:00pm PST
students and accomplishments compared and china and singapore the u.s. down 26 and science. these are and an embarrassment. the education system that's so far behind. >> you have fin want and norway and and this country. the system is wrong and some -- maybe blame the students, do the students have it? i don't know. do they have it? it's embarrassing. we're so far down on the toe tom pool. we were one of the top. you look at these countries and they are way, way ahead of us. that's -- i'm a big education person. that's a really bad -- so were you by the way. that's a really bad sign for the future. >> the success going forward is based around education. >> so true. >> if you look what china is doing, they are steam rolling ahead 1.3 million people educate in a better and better way. it doesn't look good, does it, for america 30 years time. >> it's hard to believe and if you look what is happening with china, i've been talking about this for years. they are out smarting us in a business sense every step -- >> you have to admire it, don't you? you have to admire the chee niece. >> in this b
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Apr 11, 2013 9:00pm PDT
is, china is a key player. they have leverage over north korea. they provide food, energy resources, funds, investment, and they can do a lot more than they're doing. why they're not doing it, i think there are two reasons. one is they don't want an implosion there that would send thousands of north korean refugees into china. and then secondly, the strategic competition with the united states. why should they help us. they may want a little bit of a state of tension on the peninsula. >> right. general clark is certainly nodding there. you have 30,000 american troops up there. >> we're playing chinese checkers here. you know the game where you have a lot of marbles, it's not chess. you don't take the knight and jump to another square. you sort of move the marbles. the chinese long-term vision is that they're the dominant power in asia. they see no reason for the united states to be there and it makes them a little uncomfortable. they certainly don't want an implosion in the north that would bring a u.s. allied south korea up to their border. in the long term, they don't want the u.s
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Dec 9, 2013 6:00pm PST
. the other part, what they do overseas in china and iran and other places. the point is, two different parts of it. because there is no international law that deals with this, now, what some of the big companies, ibm, hewlitt packard, what they're finding is that their business has fallen off. the chinese can say you know what? your systemings are not secure, so the business is off 21/25%. >> there is a certain hypocrisy with these companies because they themselves are raiding our private information very aggressively for commercial reasons. >> well, i'm smiling but it is not funny, exactly, there is a certain amount of hypocrisy. on the one hand, they say look, i can register the brand of underwear and the size, and that is okay because that is in our best business. but on the other hand it hurts our business in china and other places, they can't have it both ways. but again, this will take a long time to sort out. one question is, are their businesses being hurt overseas by this, and in a lot of countries beyond china, how long will it last and what can they do to turn it around? my
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Apr 3, 2013 6:00pm PDT
work well for us. china didn't particularly like that action. i mean, really, if we thought they really were at the point where they were going to fire a missile at us and add some prospect of hitting the united states, obviously, you know, taking action in self defense is an international right. but i think part of what we're doing here is obviously a signal to north korea. if you pull a trigger, we're going to respond. but it's also making sure that we reassure south korea and japan. at the end of this, however it ends, we want to make sure that the security fundamentals that have protected us and our allies for decades, they continue. for example, if south korea wasn't sure about our willingness to protect them, they might say, well, if north korea is going to hold its nuclear weapons, we need some. if japan goes the same way, china has to recalculate. i think we're trying to make sure there is not a spiral that raises the floor so you have a kind of permanent escalation and a permanent and elevated state of risk. >> how important is china in all this? should china be doing more to g
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Dec 10, 2013 6:00pm PST
out of china tonight. a man jumped to his death from a mall balcony after fights with his girlfriend over her endless shoe buying. it seems like a remarkable tory, did this guy get sick and tired on hours of shopping and deliberately take his life? >> we hmay never know the full story but it hay be the pressures of holiday shopping contribute to the tragic and fatal decision last sunday to jump off the seven floor balcony. people over heard this man arguing with his girl friend about shopping expenses, before making the decision to make this fatal leap, and there has been a fair amount of chatter online here in china about this case. people lamenting materialism and pressures that may have helped drive this man to make this terrible decision. the sad irony, here, piers is that christmas isn't really traditionally a big holiday in china. it doesn't compare with the chinese new year but you wouldn't know it walking around the chinese cities because shopping malls and businesses have christmas trees up and merry christmas signs and lots of the music and the colors of christmas and the m
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Oct 31, 2013 12:00am PDT
outsourcing 90% of the jobs to china. >> uh-huh. >> it has a crisis of identity gone from being the great manufacturing power house of the world to something very different and not quite sure what it is. how do we get america back to work? >> i think the first thing you have to do is make sure you're looking at a complete narrative because while everything you've said from what i read is entirely true there are about 3.5 million jobs available. 10% of those jobs require four-year degree or better. that means about 90% of them require something else, training, they require skill, a willingness to get dirty, perhaps but mostly a willingness to learn a new and useful trade. that's always been for sale but kind of fallen out of the narrative. so get it back in the narrative i think is a critical thing to do because look, like the debate you were just having, it's crazy to suggest in my opinion, that one kind of education fits everybody. some of the best schools in fact country you've never heard of. they are modest, small and have placement rates, 0 and 85%. >> america's literacy and te
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Mar 19, 2014 9:00pm PDT
pieces of debris floating in the south china sea, there was no piece of the plane big enough to justify that. so a lot more credible stuff tonight that moves this into perhaps the single most important development since the plane was lost last friday. >> absolutely, 12:06 eastern time in the united states and we are receiving that significant developments in this story from australia, specifically the prime minister saying that they have found objects that they believe to be credible in the southern indian ocean off the coast of australia. my colleague, anderson cooper is here, as well. anderson, this is significant, you would not have the prime minister coming out if they didn't think it was an important development. >> there is no doubt bit. but we should caution we have been here before. you remember last week china put on the website what they said was debris from the crash. that turned out to be not the case. they backtracked on that within about 24 hours so we want to be very cautious what we know at this stage. and really what we know, you have been reporting on australia
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Apr 9, 2013 6:00pm PDT
resolution to this. the united states is relying a great deal on china. kerry will be there. >> can china do enough, do you think? >> apparently the u.s. says no, not enough yet. it has regretted publicly what north korea's doing. there's a huge move in the chinese public media and public sphere saying gosh, you know, really, is it worth us sticking to this wayward ally. but the chinese army is quite committed to it so the new leader of china, according to u.s. officials, has to be persuaded that it's in china's interest as well as the whole region's interest to bring north korea into line. >> final question for you. when you were on the north side, what is your experience of the north koreans by comparison to the south koreans? >> if i recall my detention, i thought north korea -- in the evening news, they start the evening news with a comment from their allies how great their leader is. it was very important for them to show saving face and then respect from other countries to its citizens. >> well, certainly a tense time. we shall see how it unfolds. thank you very much for coming toda
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Oct 15, 2013 9:00pm PDT
normal. the world has changed in the sense that you have china talking about deamericanizing. you have the european union, which i agree by no means a sobriety on questions of fiscal priority but they are there. the u.s. cannot continue to play this sort of role and expect to get away with it. >> they said this in 2011, too and there were real costs from the debt ceiling fight in 2011 but treasuries are the save haven investment. the dollar is still the world reserve. >> that will change. it will take time but those little changes are taking place. to answer your question, pierce, it's a slow burner. it's not going to be a massive thing overnight but everybody will start to notice the effects. people talk about the 1979 debt little bit of hiccup. interest rates nudged up a bit. some people paid higher on their mortgages for that. over time, it will have a corrosive effect. you cannot have this sort of dislocation in financial markets and not see an effect. >> christine, final word to you. what is your gut feeling about how bad this is going to be? >> i'm worried about the complacency a
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Apr 12, 2013 9:00pm PDT
a negotiation track. i think all of the action now falls to china, in the sense that china seems to be upset with what the north koreans have done. their third nuclear test, signed on to a chapter 7 resolution, and hopefully will enforce the sanctions that would put pressure on the north koreans to stop this sort of provocation and come back to the negotiation table to reimplement the agreements that were negotiated in 2005 and 2007. and then the other is, of course, south korea, as bob mentioned, you have a new south korean leader. she does want to improve relations with the north, but certainly not on the north's terms. she's quite experienced. the only south korean leader who has visited north korea. she's no novice when it comes to this. i think when she visits washington in the first week of may, many here will be very interested to hear what her plan is going forward on this problem. >> john, going back to the lifestyle of the north koreans, you know, a lot of poverty there, abject poverty. there is a belief that people are physically smaller, the further they are from pyongya
CNN
Jun 13, 2013 12:00am PDT
, the american government is tapping the computers and phones in hong kong and china. how does that help the american people? >> it may not -- >> to disclose that -- >> it may not help the american people. that doesn't mean it's not in the public interest for it to be revealed. should the government be secretly hacking if as what he claims is true into chinese computers? should the americans get all uptight about what the chinese are doing to their computers, if it turns out they are doing the same thing? >> we have a national security agency to do foreign intelligence in other countries. this is their job. in one respect it's not a huge surprise but to have someone from the inside confirm it, i think, you know, it's so far afield from his supposed concern about americans individual rights, which is very much a legitimate subject to discuss but to have someone like him breaking the law, which he clearly did, to bring that discussion to the floor is -- >> here is the -- here is the point i want to make about this which is i've been debating this for a few days. seems like the aspect
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Apr 16, 2013 9:00pm PDT
china because people have been looking up on that as an attack on america. 96 different nationalities running in the race. indeed, one of the three dead turned out to be chinese. >> we know a lot about those first few victims. the third victim, very few details at all. we have learned it is a chinese national, they are not releasing the name out of respect for the family. what we know is she was a student at boston university. steading math and statistics. at the graduate level. she went there with three france to the finish line to enjoy the spectacle of the finish of the boston marathon. right as this explosion happened. one of her friends was badly injured. we learned now she has come out and is able to speak and she is also a chinese national. the third was on hurt. there is an international dimension to the story. any terror attack targeting a public arena especially such a well-known worldwide spectacle like the boston marathon could target not just americans but internationally many people. certainly a shop in china and many people on social media expressing their anger and the
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May 29, 2013 12:00am PDT
. lot of stories about china and hacking at the moment. what should america be doing about that? >> we ought to obviously push back. i think the chinese have had something of a free ride in this area. american companies were reluctant to push back, afraid they would lose markets. they have to understand this can't go on. we can't continue to make profits and do business this way. so china has to understand that there will be economic sanctions or worse. the united states has ways of disrupting chinese military operations. so i think the day if you will of the chinese free ride is over. more broadly, there's also something going on here, the world has no rules for cyberspace. if you think about it, it's almost like nuclear weapons were 50, 60 years ago. a new technology comes on the scene, how do we manage it, how do we regulate it. it's one of the many areas where international relations is not even close to the technology. >> when history judges the last 50 years, can you point to any conflict that american military has been sent into that has been a great success or has it all just b
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Apr 16, 2013 3:00am EDT
markets today and yesterday was first quarter gdp data. that data showed that growth in china slowing to 7.7% in the first quarter compared to the last quarter of 2012. trading now at $99.67 a barrel. and another commodity is gold. and the price of gold is still below $100 an ounce even though it has hissen to about 13.75 an ounce. the boston bombings are not having a direct effect. the bigger issue of national security and uncertainty is something investors will certainly keep an eye on. >> they always do. thank you for that. live for us in hong kong. i don't make any decisions about who to hire without going to angie's list first. you'll find reviews on home repair to healthcare written by people just like you. with angie's list, i know who to call, and i know the results will be fantastic. angie's list -- reviews you can trust. ♪ beep beep what?a score alert ♪if you set your phone to vibrate ♪ ♪ then it might alert your button flies all the ♪ ♪ girls and the guys wanna keep that credit score ♪ ♪ high like a private jet free-credit-score-dot-com ♪ ♪ don't forget! na
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Mar 25, 2014 6:00pm PDT
of nearly 31,000 square miles. planes from china, japan, south korea, australia, the u.s. and new zealand are searching for any trace at all of flight 370. also a final partial ping from the plane eight minutes after the last complete transmission. what this clue could mean for the investigation. this all comes after furious families storm a malaysian embassy in beijing demanding answers. plus the landslide in washington state that killed at least 14 people. the death toll expected to rise. a news conference will take place in this hour. we'll bring that to you live. also to a woman who's praying for a miracle tonight as she waits for word on her husband of 43 years. but our big story of course remains flight 370. we're covering every angle with cnn's reporters all over the globe. kyung lah is in perth, australia. david mckenzie in beijing. kyung lah, those search planes are taking off tonight although it's this morning obviously in perth. kyung, clearly the weather conditions have improved enough for these planes to take off. how optimistic are they that given the small amount of
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Apr 4, 2013 9:00pm PDT
onus really on china rather than america to control what's going on? >> well, i think first of all, robin hit it exactly right. nobody fully understands what kim jong-un is thinking. nobody understands the whole nature of the regime. it's a very hidden, very secret and many ways very strange regime. i don't think the south koreans understand it. the japanese understand it or the chinese. all of us are standing around watching this guy who's dangerous. he's not likely to do anything and if i were betting i would bet he probably won't but it's a pretty high stakes bet. seoul, korea, capital of the country, the largest city, is within easy reach of his artillery pieces. he doesn't need a very long range to kill millions of south koreans or millions of japanese. nobody, by the way, ever notices that that same range covers a good part of china. so all of them have a good reason to be worried. i think the president, this may shock you, piers, but i think the president has actually been pretty close to correct in the way he's handled this. i think having the b-2s go there, making them vis
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Mar 4, 2014 9:00pm PST
, you will see china get much more aggressive in the south china sea. >> senator mccain, good to talk to you as always. thank you. >> thank you. >>> i want to turn to democrat chris murphy. we heard him on the senate floor today and one of john mccain's on the foreign relations committee. thank you, senator. you didn't get a chance to respond john mccain earlier on the senate floor but you can now. over to you. >> well, listen. this idea that invasion of ukraine is obama's fault is ridiculous. as i said on the floor, this is putin's ambition. i agree with senator mccain to re-establish the control over the near abroad and pursued that policy under republicans and democrats. invaded georgia under president bush and frankly president bush didn't do too much about it, certainly didn't consider the kind of economic sanctions that president obama is considering today. and this idea that obama is somehow weak in the world, simply because he talks to our adversaries is ridiculous, as well. the fact is we have a lot to work on with russia and so we have talked to them about afghanistan,
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Mar 27, 2014 6:00pm PDT
terrastar x radar satellites are being used. japan has satellites, china, thailand. it looks like the thai satellite image, what was shown today or acquired yesterday is of a lower resolution. not the same like the participate 5 meter digital glow imagery. it's all dependent on what is being tasked currently. but it feels like now that most of the satellite resources are being utilized. i had a conversation with digital globe earlier today. they are doing their best trying to track the debris down and provide as much information to the searching teams and the governments involved. >> okay. let me turn to bob bair. bob, you've been involved in many military and intelligence operations in your time. this was an american plane that had gone down, would there be more use of say military satellites? how would the process work if this was a u.s.-led operation? >> well, i don't think it's working any different. australia and the united states share everything. u.s. military satellites are looking at this area. we can be certain of that. the moment the images are available, they're sending them to
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Mar 21, 2014 6:00pm PDT
as we mentioned. ships from australia and china and malaysia and the u.k. but as we told you last night here, the first ship on the scene is that big one from norway. a massive cargo ship that rerouted. haakam svene, thanks for dialling us up again tonight. so how many times have you talked to the crew aboard that ship and how are they faring? >> well, thank you for having me. we're in more or less regular touch with the crew on board through the ship phoning company here in oslo. and what we have from them is that they will continue searching for their fourth day in the area for whatever the australian rescue coordination center would like them to search for. so they will stay on through saturday for as long as they are needed. >> right. how much sea have they covered so far, do you know? >> well, today the plan by the rescue center in australia is that the nnorwegian ship which cover an area approximately 90 miles long. now in this part of the indian ocean they're already working to cover that area. it's sort of a sector which is approximately 90 miles long. they'll move through
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Mar 19, 2014 6:00pm PDT
year in the mba program. then he went back to china. and then since then we have been in touch mainly through e-mails. so in fact i got an e-mail and so did the rest of my class from rory a week ago before this thing happened. and in that e-mail he wrote that he was going to head to malaysia to enjoy a week with his family before he was going to go back to a project in beijing. >> and i understand he wrote that he wanted to get out of the smog of beijing and relax with his beautiful wife and child and her parents. >> yeah. rui loved to travel. and he was also an aftervid photographer. he used to write about his travel experiences in his e-mails and also the latest cameras he was looking into. and the pictures he would send in the e-mails were just fantastic pictures. >> and what went through your mind, saleel, when you realized your friend was on flight 370? >> it's been initially it was the first couple of days it was about hey, we will find something about the plane. and looking at all the possible theories that have come out. for the last few days for me it's been mainly hop
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Jun 13, 2013 9:00pm PDT
are saying china learned more from this young man that -- you know, without a high school education that had access to everything you could possibly have access to. what kind of security is this? this is tremendous security breach. >> if you're not american, you look from the outside saying america is accusing the chinese of hacking computers for a long time now and snowden revealed and americans and the last three to four years. is that not in the public interest. >> china is having a field day because it's true over the last year we talk about them hacking and over the last couple days, they are talking about us hacking, we do far more than they have ever done and they are having and the bigger question is what is snowden giving. how much information is snowden giving them because it sounds like he has just about all the information we have in this country. >> absolutely. one other thing that leaked out is about a friend of yours and mine, murdoch. you're a billionaire that's been married three times and he's divorcing his third wife. are you surprised by that news? >> i was surpr
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Mar 28, 2014 9:00pm PDT
or the higher speed was at the early part of the flight over the south china sea and the straight of malacca. we still do not know the turn, we don't know if it wiggled around indonesia, we don't know anything really about that. and all we now know is that it didn't fly as far because of what happened at the beginning. >> let me ask you something, richard. as a result of this, can we assume at the very least going forward that no plane will ever be able to just disappear again like this? in other words, are the airlines all getting together and saying this is clearly ridiculous what has happened here. desperate for these families. it's made the airline and malaysia look incompetent and so on and so on. is it all going to change? >> yes. i can answer that. i will be at the annual meeting of airlines in june which is in dojar this year. i've spoken to airline ceos who privately say yeah, but the problem is, what do we put on the plane? what's the cost of streaming the data? what does iko require us? all these sort of issues. but there's no doubt in my mind, in five years' time you and
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Feb 19, 2014 6:00pm PST
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Sep 9, 2013 6:00pm PDT
that the diplomacy would work, that russian and china, nobody used weapons, he said no, the international community looked the other way, he used them again and again until he engaged in the worst way with the catastrophic weapons. every parent knows when you have children who misbehave, and you don't tell them they're misbehaving, where there is no punishment. they will continue to misbehave. it was bashar al-assad who set the terms, and where we are now. i hope we can use diplomacy on the use of force, but if it fails we can't live in a world where the chemical weapons are used in an ordinary world as weapons of war. >> and others such as john mccain want to see much more action. >> i am concerned about the resolution that the administration did sent to the house of representatives. i'm more in line with the resolution that passed in the senate, specifically no boots on the ground. and no deployment of combat forces. a swift and certain process that is contained and confined at one strategic objective. and that is the -- deterrence and degradation of syria's chemical weapo
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Oct 22, 2013 9:00pm PDT
to the superpower status. notably china. what should america be looking to do going forward? used to be this great manufacturing powerhouse. what is the future for america incorporated do you think? >> terrific. terrific. this country has worked for 237 years. every generation has lived better than the one before it. we've gone through great world wars, civil wars, depression, et cetera. we have not come close to the best of our system. best days lie ahead. i feel positive for my sons and grandsons. >> people are asking where should i invest? warren's the guy to ask. >> well, now you've asked. >> warren buffett, do you know how much you're worth? >> it's all going to philanthropy. every single share of berkshire hathaway. i've got everything i need. it can do a lot for other people, it does nothing for me. that's where it goes. >> if you have any spare, that you're just thinking, i'm your go-to guy. want to make that quite clear. it's been fascinating to talk to all three of you. congratulations on a terrific book "40 chances." we're coming back after the break with a piece of mus
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Nov 9, 2013 12:00am PST
and super power but there are rivals to the super powers known to be china. what should america look to be? it used to be a great manufacturing power house. what is the future for america incorporated do you think? >> terrific, terrific. this country has worked for 237 years every generation has lived better than the one before it. we've gone from civil wars, great world wars, depressions and everything else and america always moves ahead. we have not exhausted the potential or come close in our system. so our best days lie ahead. i feel terrific for my son and grandson. >> a lot of people tweeted me saying i've got $1,000 to spend, what should i invest in? warren is the guy to ask. >> well, you've asked. you got your job. >> that's why he's wort -- how much are you worth, warren buffet? do you know how much you're worth? >> you can multiply but it's all going to -- i don't need it. i've got everything i need. it can do a lot for other people. it does noting for me. >> the website is "40chances.com" and you can spend money for the foundation. >> and we have people get involved. if th
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Nov 4, 2013 6:00pm PST
somebody like china, for example. why is america so concerned about the bureaucracy? is it driven by fear of being sued, paranoia? >> well, i think you need to recognize that the civil service model is gone, it is crippling us. that all of these interest groups, lobbyists, are a net handicap. look at the f-35 fighter plane, which is hugely over cost to run, yet nobody is reforming it. nobody is looking at it seriously. and we're putting together at newt gingrich productions, a whole breakout, for a series of example examples that we think, for example, the budget conference that is meeting this week ought to look seriously at these new ideas and approaches. ought to recognize that we need to think our way out of the current problems, not just either cut things or raise taxes, but actually have new and better ways of doing things. >> i mean, the key thing for america is to somehow i guess work out what the new business model will be, both in terms of manufacturing, what type of thing it will produce, where it produces it. education, how it removes itself from the bottom of the ladder
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Oct 8, 2013 9:00pm EDT
afghanistan wars. >> let me remind everybody in america, most of the money, your debt, is owned by china. who came out today and said, wow, this is really worrying. america may not pay us back the money they owe us. >> that wasn't what they're really worried about. >> in "new york times" a brilliant piece about this whole thing. remember this. if the debt ceiling is not dealt with, the first people who will get paid are the chinese bond holders, right? the last people who will get paid will be the americans on social security. i mean, this is a farce, isn't it? >> well, yeah, and it's embarrassing. but i think we're not at a point yet where it's really impacting the willingness of people to buy our bonds. think we've been able to explain to the chinese and japanese that they will get paid that has us laughing at us but not panicking. that said, i am hopeful a four to six-week delay will be either a grand bargain or everybody will pretend it is. it's been so embarrassing for everybody in washington there will be motivation to get something. [ overlapping speakers ] >> what's really embarrassin
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Sep 24, 2013 12:00am PDT
want to go to bora bora.' man: 'i'd always like to go to china.' anncr: download the expedia app and your next trip could be on us. expedia, find yours. 1111 >>> i want to express personally my condolences to not only president kenyatta, who lost family members in the attack, but to the kenyan people. we stand with them against this terrible outrage, that this occurred. >> president obama today reacting to the terror attacks in kenya. he is in new york city right now preparing to address the u.n. general assembly tomorrow morning. kenya will certainly be on that agenda, as well as syria. let's put this into a big picture context. what is the link between what we saw happening in kenya, what you have seen happening in syria? you just got back from syria, is there a context on which this all comes together? >> you know, i do think that -- if you push me to make linkages, one can talk about a youth bowl, which tends to make countries unstable, the extra percentage of young men you have at a certain age creates a risk. certainly it is that way in somalia, and there are jihadi elements in
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Sep 21, 2013 9:00pm PDT
) and i just go? this is for real right? this is for real? i always said one day i'd go to china, just never thought it'd be today. anncr: we're giving away a trip every day. download the expedia app and your next trip could be on us. expedia, find yours. google, glossophobia,ophobia? or speech anxiety, is the fear of public speaking. ♪ this is preeminently the time to speak the truth frankly and boldly. this is no unsolvable problem if we face it wisely and courageously. let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is... fear itself. (clapping) ♪ >>> i'd say i feel clamps, but that could be the diarrhea. i don't understand this purging thing. the juice cleanses, right? just travel with this for a while. i'm feeling pretty good, but my crew clean as a whistle. you could pour mineral water through them and it would come out crystal clear. that's no fault of the fine cuisine here, by the way. i'm convinced it was the shiny ham at the hotel buffet. you'll warn them, you warn them, do they listen? i guess i'm at the point in my life where i can get off a plane -- i
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Mar 24, 2014 6:00pm PDT
rory's family in china is struggling, but it's such a difficult situation for all parties involved. so i think hopefully they're doing their best to communicate some of these things on a more personal basis face to face. and not through any other means. >> as you've been talking, we've been looking at pictures of that last holiday of the family in malaysia, one of the things that struck me today was the revelation that the airline had informed many of these relatives of the news that everyone was presumed lost and dead, by text message. did that strike you as an insensitive action? >> yeah, i mean that's shocking for me. in today's day and age, something like this happens. there's so much media coverage. and so many people who are suffering because of all these conflicting news, i would have thought this would have been a face to face communication. >> the theorys keep coming. many of them will turn out doubtless to be completely wrong. that just adds to the agony of all this. everyone like yourself who knows people that were on that flight? >> yeah, absolutely, i mean, this is --
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Sep 10, 2013 9:00pm PDT
the united kingdom and we'll work together in consultation with russia and china requiring assad to give up chemical weapons and ultimately destroy them under international control. we'll also give u.n. inspect tomorrows the opportunity to report their findings about what happened on august 21st and rally support who agree on the need for action. meanwhile, i've ordered our military to maintain their current posture, to keep the pressure on assad, and to be in a position to respond if diplomacy fails and i give thanks to the military and their families for incredible strength and sacrifices. my fellow americans, for nearly seven decades, the united states has been the anchor of global security. this is men doing more than forging international agreements, it has meant enforcing them. the burdens of leadership are often heavy, but the world is a better place because we have born them. and so to my friends on the right, i ask you to reconcile your commitment to america's military mite with the failure to act when a cause is so plainly just tonight my friends on the left, i ask you to
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Feb 20, 2014 6:00pm PST
companies like apple, for example, a big example, have got 90% of their workforce in china and other countries, not in america. >> sure. >> i don't see how that helps the american national interest even though they're making hundreds of millions and billions of dollars of profit. you could argue that walmart also has driven a lot of manufacturing out of america. they import a lot of stuff. that has damaged the american manufacturing industry. i guess that's why you've become this talisman for criticism. because you're the man of the people, apparently endorsing this conglomerate beast. >> sure. spin it that way. it's possible. and at a glance it's not wrong but it's not true, either. people find what they look for. you can look at "dirty jobs" and see a tribute to hard work and skilled labor. you can also look at "dirty jobs" and see a tribute to entrepreneurship and risk. it was both of those things. now, it's true, i'm a fan of both of those things. it's also true that right now today the country is engaged in this big dialogue where in employees and employers are pitted against ea
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Mar 18, 2014 9:00pm PDT
military perspective if we can eliminate this at all that the plane was shot down say in china. would be hugely embarrassing. obviously for that government to have to admit something like that. they've covered up past disasters. would the world know about an incident like this this much longer? >> bill, it would. that's what we call an i.r., infrared event. that would be picked up by satellite. it would be able to be immediately discerned if something like that took place. to the point that we've been talking about though, bill, i spent my life as an intel guy. and to better understand a situation you've got to vin tent to have intent and capabilities. right now as you indicated we've got a dearth of both. it's a big white board and we're trying to fill in the gaps. the capabilities gaps. what went wrong, what do we know, what are the very specifics? how can we linearly progress through this event. but woo don't know jack about intent. we haven't spent time on what i would call the human intelligence aspect. every place in the world i went i generally walked in there with a boat load of
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Oct 3, 2013 9:00pm PDT
? >> star jones, if you're china and own a third of america's debt you're rubbing your hands in glee. the economy is beginning to recover is now stalling and will suffer irreparable damage if they default on the debt ceiling. you put this together. this doesn't help america's national interest, never mind anything else. >> you don't want to signal to your creditors that you don't pay your bills. you also don't want to signal to creditors that you can't pay your bills because your boss isn't paying you and that the where we are. it's like the mother and father and family, we're always taught we don't air our dirty laundry outside of our house, we have outside of house and outside the borders and conveyed to the world we can't figure out how to get along and it's detrimental to women and children. this shutdown does hurt women and children from the poorest of the poor to the working women from the small business administration. i mean, it really impacts on the people that it could not impact -- >> let's take a short break. i'll have more dirty laundry aired after the break. star jones
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Mar 13, 2014 6:00pm PDT
from the malaysians that show the plane turning around. instead of heading to china, it's heading off the west coast of the malai peninsula. that was one of their first indications. now they have the correlating other satellite data. so they're beginning to put the clues together, beginning to put the pieces together. all of this leaving them now to turn their attention to the indian ocean. >> barbara starr, thank you very much indeed for that report. joining me now on the phone with more on the trail of the plane is "wall street journal" reporter john stroud. thank you for joining me. you just heard barbara starr's report there. clearly what seems to now be indisputable is the fact that these pings were heard suggesting the plane carried on flying for four to five hours after we had been led to believe in the first few days. what is now conjecture or what the u.s. authorities believe is that it landed in the indian ocean. but you have a different theory. tell me what that is. >> well, we were reporting just moments ago the malaysian airlines boeing 777 missing since late last friday
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Mar 21, 2013 9:00pm PDT
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Nov 6, 2013 6:00pm PST
created a market through subsides and mass produce them in china now. the cost has come down. the future on nuclear energy will not be the one off plants, manufacturing components, modeler reactors on assembly lines the way we manufacture jet aircrafts. they are super safe. that's the future. we got to start doing it. >> on sunday full climate and energy scientists released calling world leaders support development safe and nuclear power systems. renewables like wind and solar will certainly play roles in the future energy economy but those energy forces cannot scale fast enough to deliver cheap and energy power to the scale the economy requires. while -- there is no path to climate stabilization that doesn't include a substantial role for nuclear power. i sense there from a lot of experts, robert kennedy, there is inevidencebility about this. >> those are climate experts. those are not people building power plants and if you talk to people building power plants, particularly solar power plants or wind power plants, they will tell you a completely different story. going back to wh
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