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Mar 3, 2016 6:00pm PST
quote donald trump clotheing will no longer be made in china and mexico but be made here in the united states. on the issue of job creation, i find this interesting. the private sector creates jobs. the jobs of those of us in public service are to put in place policies that allow the economy to grow. that's the problem with the democratic party. they think government is what creates jobs. government does not create jobs. now, the way you create jobs is you make america the easiest and the best place in the world to start a business or to expand an existing business. if you gol on my website marco rubio.com you will see a real plan to fix our tanks. [bell. [to roll back and taxes. fix obamacare. not just lines around the united states. serious proposals. >> mr. trump i would like to you respond. you have 30 seconds to respond. as part of that could you respond to his specific assertion about trump collection shows which you say some of it is made in mexico. >> this little guy has lied so much. >> here we go. >> about my record. he has lied so much about my record. [crowd booing] >> sena
FOX Business
Nov 15, 2015 9:00pm EST
that china and allows us full expensing of investing. it would create an explosion of investment back into this country, creating higher-wage jobs some that's part of it. on the regulatory side i think we need to repeal every rule that barack obama has in terms of work in progress. everyone of them. [applause] and start over. for those that are already in existence, the regulation of the internet, we have to start over but we ought to do that. the clean power act, we ought to repeal that and start over on that. the waters of the united statese devastating for agriculture and many industry, we should repeal that we should repeal the rules because the economic costs of this far exceed the social benefit. if we're serious about being serious about high growth, then we have to recognize that small businesses right now, more of them are closing than are being set up. hillary clinton has said that barack obama's policies get an "a.." really? one in 10 people right now aren't working or, have given up all together as you said. that is not an a. one in seven people are living in poverty.
FOX Business
Nov 15, 2015 7:00pm EST
don't have jobs is because their jobs are in mexico, they're in china, indonesia. bring the jobs back and with the fair tax, you do that because you don't tax capital and labor, and bring a sense of equity to the opportunity so that people will not only make it easier to function, look at manufacturing jobs back, and here's the best part. we don't reduce the irs, we get rid of the irs. we completely eliminate them. because the government has no business knowing how much money we make and how we made it, it's none of their business, and that's why i believe that manufacturing is critical. if we can't feed ourselves, fuel ourselves and fight for ourselves, we can't be free, and by the way, fighting for ourselves means manufacturing our own weapons of self-defense. [ applause ] >> thank you, governor huckabee. moderator: senator santorum you are all highly critical of president obama's economic record. federal payrolls show rolls have expanded new jobs in office. all the jobs were recovered last year. in october the economy added jobs at the fastest rate since 2009. so what's wrong with
FOX Business
Dec 6, 2015 9:00pm EST
labors would be useful in their empire. as aso@é china, learned some of the brothers wouldn't make the trip. >> the base facilities hadn't been completed yet so the japaneseqÀujt)qq" toyjaq keep most valuable workers there. >> leaving 98 americn:z6 behin >> those skilled men were lefnt on wake island. >> we didn't know what to think. it was all -- bad.bc÷Ñ >> until january 1942, the pows were rounde4y0ñ up. this rare photograph shows civilians being aboarded the japanese ship. jack skags still has a copy of the regulations he and the2ú others wereln handed. >> these are the orders each prisoner received prior to being put on the japanese ship. and the first item, disobeying the following orders will be punished with immediate death. >> did they tell you where they take you?@lex >> no. my contract was up6,÷ that very day. >> we were very, very>4e cf1 o disappointed. >> we went over >> we went over to the ship and were met with a long line of japanese. >> and >> and to run the gauntlet is what it was.& >> you got beaten well. i got knocked down as well as the fellow next to me,
CSPAN
Sep 11, 2016 4:25pm EDT
affairs in china? bill clinton: i think our relationships with china are important, and i don't want to isolate china, but i think it is a mistake for us to do what this administration did when all those kids went out there carrying the statue of liberty in tiananmen square. mr. bush sent two people in secret to toast the chinese leaders and basically tell them not to worry about it. they rewarded him by opening negotiations with iran to transfer nuclear technology. that was their response to that sort of action. now that voices in the congress and throughout the country have insisted that we do something about china, look what has happened. china has finally agreed to stop sending us products made with prison labor. not because we coddled them, but because the administration was pushed into doing something about it. and recently, the chinese have announced they are going to lower some barriers to our products, which they ought to do since they have a $15 billion trade surplus with the united states under mr. bush. the second biggest surplus of all, second to japan. so i would be fir
FOX News
Oct 19, 2016 11:00pm PDT
china or forced women to bear children like they used to do in romania. i can tell you the government has no business in the decisions that women make with their families in accordance with their faith, with medical advice, and i will stand up for that right. >> all right. but just briefly, i want to move on. >> and honestly nobody has business doing what i just said, doing that as late as one or two or three or four days prior to birth. nobody has that right. >> let's move onto the subject of immigration. and there is almost no issue that separates the two of you more than the issue of immigration. actually, there are a lot of issues that separate the two of you. mr. trump, you want to build a wall. secretary clinton, you have offered no specific plan for how you want to secure our southern border. mr. trump, you are calling for major deportations. secretary clinton, you say that within your first 100 days as president you are going to offer a package that includes a pathway to citizenship. the question really is why are you right and your opponent wrong. mr. trump, did yo
FOX News
Aug 9, 2015 5:00pm PDT
have time either. this country is in big trouble. we don't win anymore. we lose to china, we lose to mexico both in trade and at the border. we lose to everybody. frankly what i say and oftentimes it's fun, kidding, we have a good time. what i say is what i say. and honestly, megyn, if you don't like it, i'm sorry. i've been very nice to you although i could probably not be based on the way you have treated me. but i wouldn't do that. but you know what? we, we need strength, we need energy, we need quickness and we need brain in this country to turn it around. that, i can tell you right now. [ applause ] >> senator cruz, your colleague, senator paul right there next to you, said a few months ago he agrees with you on a number of issues but he says you do nothing to grow the party. he says you feed red meat to the base but you don't reach out to minorities. you have a toxic relationship with gop leaders in congress who even called the republican senate leader mitch mcconnell a liar recently. [ applause ] how can you win in 2016 when you're such a divisive figure? >> chris, i believe t
CSPAN
Oct 9, 2016 3:52pm EDT
, that will save in the amount of money we're borrowing from china to send to saudi arabia. if we invest now in our young people and their ability to go to college, that will allow them to drive this economy into the 21st century. but what is absolutely true is that, once we get through this economic crisis and some of the specific proposals to get us out of this slump, that we're not going to be able to go back to our profligate ways. and we're going to have to embrace a culture and an ethic of responsibility, all of us, corporations, the federal government, and individuals out there who may be living beyond their means. schieffer: time's up. senator? mccain: well, thank you, bob. i just want to get back to this home ownership. during the depression era, we had a thing called the home ownership loan corporation. and they went out and bought up these mortgages. and people were able to stay in their homes, and eventually the values of those homes went up, and they actually made money. and, by the way, this was a proposal made by senator clinton not too long ago. so, obviously, if w
FOX News
Oct 9, 2016 11:00pm PDT
growth in this country. if china has a gdp of 7% it's like a national catastrophe. we are down 1% and that's like no growth. we are going lower in my opinion. a lot of it has to do with the fact that our taxes are so high, just about the highest in the world. i'm bringing them down to one of the lower in the world. and i think it is so important, one of the most important things we can do. she is raising everybody's taxes massively. >> you have two minutes. the question was what specific tax provisions would you change to ensure wealthiest americans pay fair share. >> everything you heard from donald is not true. he leaves in an alternative reality. and it is sort of amusing to hear somebody who hasn't paid federal income taxes in maybe 20 years talks about what he is going to do. his plan will give the wealthy and corporations the biggest tax cuts they have ever had, more than the bush tax cuts by at least a factor of two. donald always takes care of donald and people like donald. this would be a massive gift. indeed, the way that he talks about his tax cuts would end up raising taxe
CSPAN
Oct 16, 2016 7:07am EDT
about cyber attacks. china has tried it. russia is supposedly doing it. the united states does need to protect themselves from cyber attacks. but attacking another country i think is a little risky. i think we should just focus on security in america. how did they get in? let's stop it from happening again, let's put up some better firewalls. instead of just saying, we are going to get you, russia, we are going to attack you because you are making hillary clinton look bad. these arehe truth, if real, from her speeches, what is the problem? keep it real, hillary. out in the next debate and say, you know what i did? ,his is what wikileaks said take accountability, take ownership, take responsibility, and then tell us what she is going to do about it to improve the country if she wants to be president. host: thanks a much for the call. the next and final debate taking place on the campus of the university of nevada las vegas. our coverage getting underway at 7:30 eastern, 4:30 on the west coast. we will take you inside the debate hall 30 minutes before the moderator chris wallace asks
CSPAN
Oct 9, 2016 2:15pm EDT
-- china, north korea, south korea, russia, japan and the united states -- and undermine them by having bilateral talks. that's what president clinton did. he had bilateral talks with the north koreans. and guess what happened? he didn't honor the agreement. he was enriching uranium. that is a bad policy. of course, we're paying attention to these. it's a great question about iran. that's why in my speech to the congress i said: there's an "axis of evil," iraq, iran and north korea, and we're paying attention to it. and we're making prre mr. gibson: we're going to move on, mr. president, with a question for you. and it comes from daniel farley. mr. farley? farley: mr. president, since we continue to police the world, how do you intend to maintain our military presence without reinstituting a draft? mr. bush: yes, that's a great question. thanks. i hear there's rumors on the internets [sic] that we're going to have a draft. we're not going to have a draft, period. the all- volunteer army works. it works particularly when we pay our troops well. it works when we make sure they've g
CSPAN
Sep 18, 2016 10:00am EDT
jobs in the inner cities instead of doing diplomatic deals and shipping them to china where prison labor does the work. ms. simpson: mr. perot, everybody thought you won the first debate, because you were plain-speaking and you made it sound oh so simple: we'll just do it. what makes you think that you're going to be able to get the democrats and republicans together any better than these guys? mr. perot: if you asked me if i could fly a fighter plane or launch -- or be an astronaut, i can't. i spent my life creating jobs -- it's something i know how to do. and, very simply in the inner city they're starved. see, small business is the way to jump-start the inner city, not -- are you answering my question? you want jobs in the inner city? do you want jobs in the inner city, is that your question? ms. simpson: no, i want you to tell me how you're going to be able to get the republicans and democrats in congress --- mr. perot: oh, i'm sorry. to work together better than these two gentlemen. well, i've listened to both sides and if they would talk to one another instead of throwing roc
CSPAN
Oct 2, 2016 1:59am EDT
both of our candidates have very opposing views with russia and china and issues going on in syria. road,cer: voices from the on c-span. our look at past vice president of debates continues with 1988 campaign with 700 and cleo and lloyd bentsen in omaha, nebraska. senator dan quayle compared himself to jfk. this just over 1.5 hours. over 1.5 hours. >> good evening, i'm pleased to welcome you to this vice presidential debate. i am judy woodruff. my colleagues are john margolis of the chicago tribune. tom brokaw of nbc news. britt hume of abc news. the importance of the debate is underscored her to fax -- two facts. based on history since world war ii, there is almost a 50-50 chance that one of the two men here tonight will become the candidates are sintered dan quayle, the republican nominee. and senator lloyd bentsen, democratic nominee. [applause] judy: for the next 90 minutes, we will question the candidates following a format designed and agreed to by representatives from the campaigns. however, there are no restrictions on the campaigns that my colleagues and i may ask this eve
CSPAN
Oct 15, 2016 8:00pm EDT
american wars are very much in the same pattern as china, as lebanon, as iran, as cuba, in their early days. do you see any possibility that we are going to realize the change in warfare in our time, or react to it in those terms? mr. mondale: we absolutely must, which is why i responded to your first question the way i did. it's much more complex. you must understand the region, you must understand the politics in the area, you must provide a strong alternative, and you must show strength -- and all at the same time. that's why i object to the covert action in nicaragua. that's a classic example of a strategy that's embarrassed us, strengthened our opposition, and undermined the moral authority of our people and our country in the region. strength requires knowledge, command. we've seen in the nicaraguan example a policy that has actually hurt us, strengthened our opposition, and undermined the moral authority of our country in that region. ms. geyer: mr. president, in the last few months it has seemed more and more that your policies in central america were beginning to work. y
FOX News
Mar 3, 2016 6:00pm PST
free trade. and i believe in free trade, also. if you look at china and look at japan and mexico, both at the border by the way where they are killing us, both at the border and with trade, and every other country we do business with we are getting absolutely crushed on trade. and he said free trade, i say free trade, great, but not when they are beating us socc badly. with china we are going to lose $505 billion in terms of trades. you just can't do it. mexico, $58 billion. japan, probably about -- they don't know it yet about $109 billion. every country we lose money with. as far as i'm concerned, we have got to reduce, we have to redo our trade deals 100 percent. i have the greatest people in the world lined up to do it. [bell] >> we will will great trade deals. >> mr. trump, romney also talked about your position on race and the controversy over your failure to denounce david duke on sunday. you have repeatedly disavowed him since then. but i would like to go deeper than that what are your views on the ku klux klan and white supremacist? >> i totally disavow the ku klux klan. i tot
CSPAN
Nov 4, 2016 4:32am EDT
arm's control negotiations with the russians. we've opened relations with china. we've arranged the disengagement in the middle east, we've regained influence without deserting israel, now we've begun a process of peaceful change in africa. you've objected in this campaign to the style with which much of this was done and you've mentioned some other things that you think ought to have been done. but do you really have a quarrel with this republican record, would you not have done any of those things? >> well, i think this republican administration has been almost all style and spectacular and not substance. we've got a chance to actually talk about, first of all, leadership, the character of our country and a vision of the future. and every one of these instances, the ford administration has failed and i hope tonight, will have a chance to discuss a reason for those failures. our country is not strong any more. we're not respected any more. we can only be strong if we're strong at home. and when i become president, we'll not only be strong in those areas, but also in defense, a defe
CSPAN
Feb 14, 2016 4:00pm EST
can do it or not. i am going to use a social security. i'm going to bring jobs back from china and mexico and japan and every country throughout the world. vietnam, they are the new one. they are taking our base. we have had this discussion. we're going to make our economy strong again. i am lowering taxes. twoave $2.2 trillion off -- point $5 trillion offshore. i think we have more. the government has no idea as they have proven very well. you take a look. china bought the chicago stock exchange. china, a chinese company. a carrier is moving to mexico, air-conditioning company. nabisco and ford -- they are all moving out. we have an economy that last quarter -- [bell] gdp, did not grow, it was flat. we are dying. this country is dying and our workers are losing their jobs. on the only one who can take social security, believe me. but how would you actually do that? can i ask you, because -- tremendousyou have waste, fraud, and abuse. that we are taking care of. that we are taking care of. righte social security now, thousands and thousands of people who are over 106 years old. you
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2016 10:00am EDT
china and its concern about afghanistan for different reasons. the chinese with their special relationship with pakistan, where you have islam concerned, almost united in their concern about the soviets, where you have the soviet union, which is asrcommitted in afghanistan it is -- i do not believe your hypothesis. i do not think it will escalate. that is an option that the president should give very serious consideration to. you're not talking -- when you get in a situation of mind -- once you mind, no matter how many mines you put in insurance , rates skyrocket. for all intents and purposes commerce screeches to a halt. , i think it should be considered. it is for the president to make the determination. one thing i learned from my experience in foreign affairs is if there is a highly classified body of information that only a handful of people properly have access to. that is the president and his top people. if that decision is made by them, it would have my support. i do not believe the risk you cite is a risk to be concerned about. the risk will be internally in iran whe
CSPAN
Apr 1, 2016 9:00pm EDT
on this. in my judgment, the situation in pakistan, where you have both china concerned and us concerned about afghanistan for very different reasons, the chinese with their special relationship with pakistan where you had islam concern, almost united in their concern about the soviet, where you have a soviet union that is overcommitted in afghanistan as it is. i don't believe your hypothesis is correct, mr. smith. i don't believe the soviets would escalate. i believe that is an option that the president should give very serious consideration to. and you're not talking when you get into a situation of mining of having to cede it away. once you mine, doesn't matter how many mines you put in, insurance rates skyrocket and for all intents and purposes, commerce screeches to a halt. and i think it should be considered. i think it's for the president to make the determination. one thing i learned from my experience in foreign affairs is that there's a highly classified body of information that only a handful of people properly, in my judgment, have access to. that's the president an
FOX News
Mar 3, 2016 6:00pm PST
quote say free trade, great, but not when they are beating us socc badly. with china we are going to lose $505 billion in terms of trades. you just can't do it. mexico, $58 billion. japan, probably about -- they don't know it yet about
FOX Business
Nov 10, 2015 9:00pm EST
quote south china sea. they're becoming a very, very major force. so we have more than just russia, but as far as the ukraine is concerned and you could say syria, as far as syria, i like if putin wants to go in, and i got to know him very well because we were both on "60 minutes," we were stable
FOX Business
Nov 10, 2015 9:00pm EST
quote a horrible deal, a deal that is going to lead to nothing but trouble. it's a deal that was designed for china to come in, as they
CSPAN
Feb 7, 2016 3:00pm EST
. trump: we have tremendous -- it is just been sucked of the country by china. china does not have that much control over north korea. i have dealt with the chinese all of the time, ideal with them. have total,, they absolute control practically of north korea. they are sucking trillions of dollars out of our country. we are rebuilding china with the money they take out of our country. i get along with china and let china solve that problem. they can do it quickly and surgically. that is what we should do with north korea. [tone] martha: senator rubio? broadero: there is a play as well and i think it touched on what donald just mentioned. barack obama sees america as global power. this is a man who views this problemsho creates around the world. for example, this is one of the reasons why he betrayed israel, because he believed we created separation from israel and it will create problems in the islamic world. the same with the asian region. north korea should be back on that list of terrorist nations, as an example. and donald is absolutely right, china should have control over north k
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Oct 23, 2016 10:00am EDT
responsible for the loss of china to the communists? mr. nixon: well first of all, i don't agree with senator kennedy that cuba is lost and certainly china was lost when this administration came into power in 1953. as i look at cuba today, i believe that we are following the right course, a course which is difficult but a course which under the circumstance is the only proper one which will see that the cuban people get a chance to realize their aspirations of progress through freedom and that they get that with our cooperation with the other organi of the states in the organization of american states. now senator kennedy has made some very strong criticisms of my part or alleged part in what has happened in cuba. he points to the fact that i visited cuba while mr. batista was in power there. i can only point out that if we are going to judge the administrations in terms of our attitude toward dictators, we're glad to have a comparison with the previous administration. there were eleven dictators in south america and in central america when we came in, in 1953. today there are on
FOX News
Aug 6, 2015 10:00pm PDT
anymore. we lose to china. we lose to mexico, both in trade and at the border. we lose to everybody. and frankly, what i say and oftentimes it's fun, it's kidding, we have a good time. what i say is what i say. and honestly megyn, if you don't like it i'm sorry. i've been very nice to you, although i probably could not be based on the way you treated me but i wouldn't do that. but you know what? we -- we need strength. we need energy. we need quickness, and we need brain in this country to turn it around. that i can tell you right now. >> senator cruz your colleague senator paul right there next to you said a months ago he agrees with you on a number of issues but he says you do nothing to grow the party. he says you feed red meat to the base be you don't reach out the minorities. you have a toxic relationship with gop leaders in congress. you even call the republican senate leader mitch mcconnell a liar recently. how can you win in 2016 when you're such a distant figure? >> chris, i believe the american people are looking for someone to speak the truth. if you're looking for someon
CSPAN
Apr 2, 2016 9:00pm EDT
situation in and'san, both china concern about afghanistan for different reasons. the chinese with their special relationship with pakistan where , almost islam concerned united in their concern about with the soviet union is over -- overcommitted and afghanistan. i do not believe your thought process is correct. it will escalate. that is an option that the president should give very serious consideration to. about --ot talking once you mind, no matter how many, insurance rates skyrocket. a halt. screeches to i think it should be considered. it is for the president to make the determination. a highly classified body of information that on the a handful of people have access to. that is the president and his top people. if that decision is made, it would have my support. i do not believe there is a risk to be concerned about. the risk will be internally in iran when you are dealing with reckless people with no respect for international law. seizing our embassy. i would not worry about the .oviets in this context . [applause] >> what about the option of doing nothing at all? hasmost
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Oct 2, 2016 10:23pm EDT
china. the rest is unsurprising, relations between china and the soviet union in the early 1970's were dismal. what is impressive is the intensity and frequency with which that point is made. in the pdb's of the 1969 and 1970, the cleavage between the soviet union and china is not a defining feature of world politics. if that has important implications, right alongside the pdb's, neck since engagement with beijing may be less original than many historians render it. the famous china opening may be more a response to changes that were already underway in the international system than a revolutionary innovation that created new realities and changed the course of the cold war. in this case, then, the pdb's may dampen the luster of nixon's accomplishments, but in other cases they chasten and refrain his critics. here laos and cambodia are suggested cases. they are routinely described as neutral states into which richard nixon expanded the vietnam war. such assessments of pdb's suggest risk distorting the landscape of choice as decision-makers and countered it. in the cia's daily briefings
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Oct 2, 2016 12:35am EDT
of representatives. he's been embassador to the united nations, ambassador to china director of the central , intelligence agency, and now he's been vice president for four years. how does your three terms in the house of representatives stack up against experience like that? geraldine ferraro: well, let me first say that i wasn't born at the age of 43 when i entered congress. i did have a life before that as well. i was a prosecutor from a five years the district attorney's office in queens to county and i was a teacher. it is not only what is on your paper resume that makes you qualified to run for or to hold office. it's how you approach problems. and what your values are. i think if one is taking a look at my career they'll see that i , level with the people, that i approach problems analytically, that i am able to assess their -- various facts with reference to a problem, and i can make the hard decisions. i'm intrigued when i hear vice president bush talk about his support of the president's economic program and how everything is just going so beautifully. i too recall when vi
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Oct 3, 2016 8:32am EDT
representatives. been ambassador to the united nations ambassador to china, director of the central intelligence agency and and now has been vice president four years. how does your three terms of vice president stack up against experience like that. >> let me first say i wasn't born at age of 43 before i entered congress. i did have a life of that as well. i was prosecutor for five years in the district attorney's office in queens county and i was a teacher. not only what is on your paper resume' that makes you qualified to run for or to hold office. it's how you approach problems and what your values are. i think if one has taken a look at my career, they see i level with people. that i approach problems analytically. i'm able to assess various facts with reference to a problem, and i can make the hard decisions. i'm intrigued when i hear vice president bush talk about his support of the president's economic program and how everything is going so beautifully. i too recall when vice president bush was running in the primary against president reagan and he called the program, voodoo
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Oct 1, 2016 11:01pm EDT
states, we can export it. china is building one to three newcoal-fired plants burning dirty coal per week. it's polluting not only the atmosphere, but the west coast of the united states. weshould export the technology, by investing in clean coal technology. we should be creating jobs.john mccain has voted 20 times has voted 20 times against funding alternative energysources and thinks, i guess, the only answer is drill, drill, drill.drill we must, but it will take 10 years for one drop of oil to comeout of any of the wells that are going to begun to be drilled. in themeantime, we're all going to be in real trouble. ms. ifill: let me clear something up. senator mccain has saidthat he supports caps on carbon emissions. senator obama has said hesupports clean coal technology, which i don't believe you've alwayssupported. sen. biden: i have always supported it. that's a fact. ms. ifill: well, clear it up for us, both of you, and start withgovernor palin. gov. palin: yes, senator mccain does support this.the chant is "drill, baby drill," and that's what we hear allacross this country and
FOX Business
Nov 21, 2015 7:00pm EST
are in mexico, they're in china, indonesia. bring the jobs back and with the fair tax, you do that because you don't tax capital and labor, and bring a sense of equity to the opportunity so that people will not only make it easier to function, look at manufacturing jobs back, and here's the best part. we don't reduce the irs, we get rid of the irs. we completely eliminate them. because the government has no business knowing how much money we make and how we made it, it's none of their business, and that's why i believe that manufacturing is critical. if we can't feed ourselves, fuel ourselves and fight for ourselves, we can't be free, and by the way, fighting for ourselves means manufacturing our own weapons of self-defense. [ applause ] >> thank you, governor huckabee. moderator: senator santorum you are all highly critical of president obama's economic record. federal payrolls show rolls have expanded new jobs in office. all the jobs were recovered last year. in october the economy added jobs at the fastest rate since 2009. so what's wrong with the obama jobs record? >> the middl
FOX Business
Nov 21, 2015 9:00pm EST
cut the rates down. a corporate rate of 20% which puts us 5% above -- below of that china and allows us full expensing of investing. it would create an explosion of investment back into this country, creating higher-wage jobs some that's part of it. on the regulatory side i think we need to repeal every rule that barack obama has in terms of work in progress. everyone of them. [applause] and start over. for those that are already in existence, the regulation of the internet, we have to start over but we ought to do that. the clean power act, we ought to repeal that and start over on that. the waters of the united states act which is going to be devastating for agriculture and many industry, we should repeal that we should repeal the rules because the economic costs of this far exceed the social benefit. if we're serious about being serious about high growth, then we have to recognize that small businesses right now, more of them are closing than are being set up. hillary clinton has said that barack obama's policies get an "a.." really? one in 10 people right now aren't workin
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Dec 6, 2015 7:00pm EST
. >> japan needed a market for her new industrial space. she looked upon china as being that market, and she wantedit to basically start out a policy of expansion. >> in 1931 japan conquered manchuria, forcing its million people into slavery. the league of nations protested and ordered them to pull out. japan refused and made world headlines. >> at geneva japan was rebuked and withdrew from the league in this memorable scene. tokyo delegate masuoku announcing the withdrawal. >> japan, however, finds it impossible to accept the report adopted by the assembly. >> over the next seven years japan made land grabs of nearly 550,000 square miles. half the world away in washington japanese diplomats denied they were going to attack america, but on december 12th, 1937 the first salvo was fired. >> the first outbreak of hostilities between the japanese and the americans takes place in 1937 when the "uss panay, american gunboat, was attacked by japanese aircraft. >> two sailors were killed and 48 were injured. >> we protested. the japanese apologized. >> the attack was without semblance of jus
the bottom of the south china sea." thank you so much for talking to us. >> you're welcome. >> french president hollande has been on the phone all day long today speaking with other world leaders. >> including the german chancellor, king of morocco, u.k. prime minister, egyptian president and others. you say the paris attacks underscore the need for a new counter offensive. what do these world leaders need to do now? >> they need to look ahead. they need to really make sure they have the organizational capability and capacity to deal with this threat. we need to keep isis front and center. it is an act of war as president hollande indicated. we need to look at those abilities and capacities where we can help each other together to reduce risk against isis. we need to really, as we have the last ten years with al-qaeda, we need to deny, disrupt and defeat isis and it needs to have certain principles associated with counterterrorism as well as kinetic operation and military affairs. >> deny, disrupt and defeat. if these attacks in paris teach us anything, it is that we have f
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