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Sep 22, 2012 11:00pm EDT
help the middle class. trade has to work for america, that means crack down on cheaters like china and open new markets. next, got to balance the budget. we've got to cut the deficit. we've got to stop spending more money than we take in. and regulations and health care policies that help small business and put those in place, 12 million new jobs in four years. >> paul: the question is, will it work? let's ask wall street journal columnist and deputy editor dan henninger, james freeman and washington columnist kim strassel. so, kim, what do you think about this new strategy? and i guess maybe start with the question of what does it say about the campaign that they feel they need a new strategy or a new direction focus two weeks after-- three weeks after the republican convention? >> well, they have had this perfect form over the last couple of weeks, they saw their poll numbers going down, following the democratic convention. there was this flap over mr. romney and his comments about egypt and libya, and then, you know, now the latest thing that he said about the 47% out there. so, the
FOX News
Apr 27, 2014 12:00pm PDT
china and russia as they ratchet up the threats? welcome to "the journal editorial report." i'm paul gigot. the supreme court on tuesday upheld a 2006 michigan voter referendum banning racial preferences in admissions to its public university. preserving the status quo in that state and seven others that have ended affirmative action since 1996. the 6-2 decision produced five different opinions including a 58-page decent by justice soto mayor who compared michigan's reference dumb to jim crow laws in the south and writing that a majority of the michigan electorate changed the basic rules of the political process in that state in a matter that uniquely disadvantaged racial minorities. the political diary editor, jason riley, and senior editorial writer, collin leavy. colin, you wrote about this for us. the opinion was splintered with a lot of different points of view, what should be the main takeaway from the opinion? >> right, paul, the main takeaway is that the justices got to the right answer but they were most incredibilityal. they can ban those privileges without the constitution
FOX Business
Jul 9, 2017 8:00pm EDT
could you have written this week that you think relying on china to help is a fools errand. why? >> right. i think the premise of efforts to negotiate with and pressure north korea over the years have been grounded on the notion that you could change the behavior of the regime. adding pressure to china to increase their pressure on north korea to change (behavior falls to the same reason. the north koreans see a deliverable nuclear weapons capability as essential to regime survival. the ability to project power and quite frankly to sell or read that technology to countries like iran and even terrorist groups. >> right, but china is basically north korea's patron. i mean, if china weren't assisting in doing business and buying its minerals and buying at school and selling it you know goods and needs, north korea could not survive. so why not put pressure on china to say look, this is not your national interest here. you don't want a nuclear, north korea that is not helping you. >> china's economic connections north korea is unquestionably essential to the north regime survival. t
FOX News
Jan 22, 2011 2:00pm EST
china's dominance a myth? tim pawlenty, no secret he is considering a run for the white house. is he here to tell us why his eight years as minnesota governor make him a serious contender. >> welcome to the journal editorial report i'm paul gigot. this week president obama. the president is looking to boost his pro business bona fis. he brokered a bipartisan agreement on tax cuts and reached outside his inner circle for a new chief of staff with ties to the corporate world. this week he took to our editorial pages to declare the era of big regulation over. announcing a new executive order to root out rules that impede job creation and economic growth. so is this move to the middle for real? joining the this week wall street journalist. and opinion columnist john fund and washington columnist stossel. who is this president we are watching here. is this kevin klein and the movie dave taken over the white house? or is this the real obama just moving to the middle because he really believes it? >> i will tell you, paul, i think it's something pretty close to dave. [ laughter ] you know,
FOX News
Jan 22, 2011 11:00pm EST
president visits the united states. is china really dominant and what is behind our own inferiority complex. our panel weighs in, next. @/óxñç?ññmpñçgwóí=çg÷sg @/óxñç?ññmpñçgwóí=çg÷sg diabetes testing? it's all the same. nothing changes. then try this. freestyle lite® blood glucose test strip. sure, but it's not gonna-- [beep] wow. yep, that's the patented freestyle zipwik™ design. did it just-- [both] target the blood? yeah, drew it right in. the test starts fast. you need just a third the blood of one touch.® that is different. so freestyle lite test strips make testing... easy? easy. great. call or click-- we'll send you strips and a meter, free. free is good. freestyle lite test strips. call or click today. >> the chinese president concluded a four-day visit in the united states. china will be the world's dominant power and think that the u.s. will retain that mantel. (speaking chinese (republican >> p we're back >> we are joining the panel. the columnist. bret stevens . mary kissle. former editorial page editor of wall street asia. you follow
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Dec 11, 2016 12:00pm PST
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FOX News
May 5, 2012 11:00pm EDT
for release and guarantee of safe treatment but chen guangcheng said china threatened his family if he did not leave the embassy and the united states urged him to make a decision quickly and no he fears for his family's safety and want as asylum in america. he may get his wish with a visa to study not united states, what does this tell us about modern china and about obama's china policy? dramatic escape. he climbed over walls to escape house arrest, injured himself, is driven by heroic colleagues in the human rights community, 300 miles to beijing and stays in safe houses before they say he has to go to the embassy for safety. what does this episode toll us about china? >> during the cold war getting into the embassy gate would have been the happy ending but, now, it does not work out that way. what it tells us about china is contrary to the school of thought here is a country that is increasingly confident that it will be the second great power of the 21st century they are terrified of blind legal activistses living under house arrest in little villages. regimes that are afraid o
FOX News
May 27, 2012 12:00pm PDT
history. >> in the mid 19th century catholic missionaries were being persecuted in vietnam and in china and this issue was a part of what brought france into involvement in both vietnam and china. >> french colony of indochina includes cambodiaa, vietnam and laos. thousands migrated to asia in search of wealth. made second class citizens they resisted french occupation with violence. at the end of world war i, woodrow wilson envisioned a new world forum. founded at paris peace conference the league of nations was intended to be a new arena for people in countries to hash out their differences. this high minded concept appealed to one young man in particular. >> he showed up at the paris peace conference wanting better treatment for vietnam. he was basically said go away, that is for white people. >> he would become known to the world, ho chi minhn. >> born in did 1890 he grew up witnessing his father's frustration under french rule. he traveled to french as a ship's cook to see how the other half lived. he would dedicated his life to a single purpose, vietnamese independence. ho turned
FOX News
Feb 10, 2013 3:00pm EST
american news organizations china coverage. we're back with matt and brett joins the panel. how extensive is this china hacking of the united states companies? >> last year we had a visit of a u.s. lawmaker and there are two kinds of companies. there are companies that have been hacked by the chinese and those that don't know they have been hacked. so it's absolutely ubiquitous and google being hacked. "wall street journal" broke the story about british aerospace. >> paul: is this a nuisance or genuinely a threat to national security or the u.s. economy? >> it's a real threat to the economy because it allows the chinese to steal terrabytes of intellectual property and all of a sudden the china puts out fighters that look like our fighters or bullet trains that look like german or japanese trains. so it allows them not to put the huge investment in research and development. >> paul: why do they do this? there is a tell secrets to actually innovation and do it yourself? why else do they do it? >> to me, what is new here is the media companies. the chinese has been so focused on co
FOX News
Aug 5, 2012 12:00pm PDT
gold for the men. and chinese claim that they're just biased against china. and the showcase for individual achievement or nationalism. >> it's not quite the drama of the cold war when you had us against the soviet union, kind of good versus evil conflict, but you have some of that, when you compare our political system to china and they've evolved toward our economic system so maybe not the dramatic thing. >> what do you make over the controversy over the chinese swimmer's times? >> there's reason to be suspicious, but in all reports china engaged in doping in the 1990's was embarrassed by that and stopped doing it. credible reports say they know longer do that. some individuals may do it, but it's not a state sanctioned policy. >> right. >> paul: at least our colleague hugo described it very well and talked about the program which picks these men and women, and boys and girls at six or seven and then just puts them with the world's best trainers and so on. >> and that somehow is supposed to prove that the chinese system is better. i believe that the chinese government does this
FOX News
Mar 11, 2017 12:00pm PST
we have to remember that north korea has a formal military ally, china. last time there was a general war on the korean peninsula, china came in on north korea's side.and it could very well do so this time as well. china sees us as an adversary. >> will talk more about china in a moment but specifically on the nuclear stuff. they claim there missiles are going to be nuclear capable soon. do you believe them? >> yes. they already have three missiles that can probably get the lower 48 states. -- they have not been adequately tested but there based on proven technologies. within four years, maybe five they will be able to have a warhead to those long-range launchers. >> what about the antimissile capability that we have? can we shoot them down before they get here? >> we have interceptors in alaska and california. they are pretty rudimentary. everybody 56 percent failure rate under perfect conditions. so the answer is that probably north korea will be able to land a nude in the united states. if it chooses to do so. >> here is a big question, what do we do? were not going to wait until t
FOX News
Dec 8, 2013 12:00pm PST
students lagging. so just how worried should we be? and china flexes its military muscle as vice president joe biden visits the region. will the u.s. stand firm with japan as tensions rise? >> obviously the website, when it was first launched, wasn't in tip-top shape, to say the least. but we have been 24/7 going at it and now for the vast majority of users it's working. so i'm going to need you all to share the word about how the affordable care act really works, what its benefits are, what its protections are and, most importantly, how people can sign up. >> welcome to "the journal editorial report." that was president obama at the white house youth summit pitching the revamped whitehouse.gov website. they are touting this week's rising enrollment numbers and to sell it to a still skeptical public. is obama care on the road to recovery? let's ask joe rag go, deputy editor dan and kim. so joe, has obama care turned the corner here, as the white house says. >> they'd love to make you think that. what they did was they picked a -- they made a deliberate political decision to fix t
FOX News
Apr 26, 2014 11:00am PDT
russia and china ratchet up the threat? >>> welcome to "the journal editorial report," i'm paul gigot. the supreme court upheld a referendum banning racial preferences in admissions to the public university, preserving the status quo in that state and seven otherses that have ended affirmative action. the decision produced five different opinions, including a 58-page dissent by justice sonia sotomayor who compared michigan's referendum to jim crow laws in the south, calling it, quote, the last chapter of discrimination. and writing that a majority of the michigan electorate changed the basic rules of the political process in that state in a manner that uniquely disadvantaged racial minorities. for more, i'm joined by "wall street journal" columnist, dan henninger, jason reilly and colin levi. colin, you wrote about this for us. the opinion was really splintered. a lot of opinions, different points of view. what should our viewers -- what should be the main takeaway from the opinion? >> right. the main takeaway here is that the justices got to the right answer. but they got there by th
FOX News
Nov 26, 2016 12:00pm PST
, china, seeking domination and all having some success. cyberespionage and cyberattack is exploding from our adversaries inside our country. we don't seem capable of stopping it. what makes these challenges so serious, in my judgment, david, because we've had challenges before is that we are failing so miserably at it and as a result of it, you know, our friend have lost faith in us. they don't trust us. they don't think we're reliable and our adversaries are down right emboldped. what we need is strong leadership here. >> you mentioned islamic terrorism. that's a phrase president obama wasn't willing to say. at least now we have a president that wasn't able to say it. that's an improvement. isn't it? >> sit ever. we not only say it. we have to define it so the american people understand it. we have to explain it. we have to inform and educate so the marine people are conver sant with what this belief system is. they don't sister to breathe in the philosophy behind it. they should know what the speech is, how people dress that are a part of this. how people are acting. what their be
FOX News
Dec 12, 2009 2:00pm EST
nation's who are promising to do this. now, a lot here, people in america say that china and india are the culprits because they won't go along with what the europeans and the americans want. you see that that way? are these people to blame? >> well, it's very clear that everybody wants to help everybody else cut. the europeans have actually gone pretty far ahead and said we want to cut a lot. let's see if they actually deliver on that. but very clearly, everybody else is waiting for somebody else to come with the first commitment. china went out and promised they were going to cut their carbon intensity, how much carbon they emit per dollar introduced. cut that intensity by 40 to 45%, everybody loved that until you looked at the energy statistics from the international energy agency and their estimate is if china does nothing at all in 2020, their energy and their carbon intensity reduced by 40%. so, essentially, the chinese went out and said, we solemnly pledge to do nothing at all and the indians were even less-- >> the chinese can promise to do this because they're modernizing
FOX News
Jul 9, 2011 2:00pm EDT
-steemer. >> finally this week, the war against girls in china, india and numerous countries. there are now many more men than women. the result of systemic campaigns against baby girls. the document and gender imbalance in a controversial new book called unnatural selection. choosing boys over girls and the consequences of a world full of men. jonathan last, a senior writer at the weekly standard reviewed the book for the wall street journal and generated crows of his own and joins me now, jonathan, welcome, glad to have you here. >> good to be here, paul. >> paul: so you write that the normal ratio of baby boys to baby girls is 105-100 in normal biology, but in places like india ratio 112 and in china over 120 and even more in some villages. why is this happ >> well, it's all about sex selective abortion. in nature, the sex balance occurs between where between 104 and 106, boys per girl. and because typically boys do dangerous things as they grow up and don't live as long and mother nature adapted over time and need a few more boys than girls at birth. when you see big imbalances
FOX News
Nov 26, 2011 11:00am PST
strategy with china and massively increased the drone program. >> the drone program. but this is the issue where either the united states will remain a-- the preponderance presence in the middle east or forced out with mullahs with nuclear weapons. >> this debate, in terms of who was a serious command ner chief contender. among the top tier contenders, you saw substantial of discussion between mitt romney and john hutsman. he's not a top tier candidate, but they can speak substantive will foreign policy. when rick perry and herman cain got involved they were out of their depth quickly and that's why the debate was useful, i think. >> paul: let's have another clip here, this on immigration from newt gingrich responding to an attack by michele bachmann. >> i don't see any reason to punish somebody who came here at three years of age and wants to serve the united states of america and i specifically did not say we'd make 11 million people illegal. i do suggest if you go back to your district, and you find people who have been here 25 years and have two generations of family and have bee
FOX News
Jun 3, 2017 12:00pm PDT
quote following one of the best governors in american history. i'm proud to say that our new embassador to china, embassador terry branstad. iowa, thanks for sparing the man, he's going to represent iowa well. thank you all for being here, it's deeply humbling for me to be here today to stand before you and as vice president as the united states of america. [cheers and applause] you know, it's the greatest privilege of my life to serve as vice president to president donald trump. since day one of this administration, president trump has been fighting to make america safe again, to make america prosperous again and in his first 100 days president trump signed more legislation and executive orders rolling back red tape and excessive regulation than any president in mesh -- american history. [cheers and applause] >> this president has been reigning in big government, repealing senseless policies in washington, d.c. like the day he repealed the waters of the usa rule. [cheers and applause] >> he's been restoring access to foreign markets to american farmers and renewing optimism in america. presiden
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Feb 19, 2017 12:00pm PST
living under china's protection in macaw, so it's significant he was killed in a third country. he had made reform-minded statements, he was being protected by china as possibly someone who could come in and take over north korea as china's puppet sometime in the future. but, paul, it's important to understand north korea's regime rests on bloodlines. this is a very risky movie kim jong un to take out his half-brother -- paul: he previously killed his uncle who was potentially a threat -- >> that's right. and and it's, again, important to note that the uncle was close to china. so i think you're seeing a continuation of a theme here, and you're seeing a leader in by i don't pyongyang who perhaps is still consolidating his power even though he's been on the throne for years. paul: john, how do you read this in terms of the stability overall of the regime? >> well, i think it's extraordinary that they carried out this assassination in a foreign country. it's one thing to kill your uncle in north korea -- [laughter] so what? but i think it shows why the population of south korea e ove
FOX News
Apr 23, 2017 12:00pm PDT
you want to get the weapons you want. but also to engage china in a more aggressive way and say, look, we'll give you better deal on economic access to us and on trade, but you in return have to do something about north korea. is that a strategy that you favor? i mean, it's different than what the bush and obama administrations did. >> yeah. it's definitely different, andma it's definitely an improvement, but i don't think it's sufficient. china has, for 25 years, talked one way about nuclear weapons and acted a different way. it says it doesn't want north korea to have a deliverable nuclear weapons capability, but it's never exerted the pressure that it could. so getting china to say, yes, we'll to more is somethingng that bn tried in the past th hast worked. i think the problem here is that north korea will never voluntarily relinquish its nuclear weapons program, and that, in effect in their minds, it's equivalent to the regime itself. paul: right. >> so looking at the bigger picture, i think it's really th end of north korea that's required to get the end of their nuclear we
FOX Business
Aug 13, 2017 8:00pm EDT
make it clear to china and north korea, we are in a qualitatively situation and they need to understand that. your editorial in the journal at the end of last week i thought was right target. paul: i think there are people who think it's not a good idea going forward for the president of the united states, great global power to get into a tit for tat with kim jong un, north korean government, would you agree with that? >> i think we had ample sufficiency, i think what we need now is diplomacy from china. i think diplomacy with north korea is a waste of time. with china to make it clear, the seriousness of the military situation and also in my view to talk to the chinese about reunifying the peninsula which i think is the last diplomatic play open to us. paul: the message here is maybe more to china to demonstrate that the u.s. is serious this time. we mean it when we say they cannot -- north korea cannot develop an icbm with a nuclear weapon. is that the main target? >> well, i hope, i hope that's the message. i mean, i think we've got two different scenarios, one let's say a
FOX News
Nov 8, 2015 12:30pm PST
to be a deal between china and the u.s. on carbon. this week we learned that chinese coal use was actually 17% higher than reported in the official statistics to give you a sense of the scale. 17% in china is equal to 70% of all u.s. carbon emission. so this is actually a hit for the rule of law and political accountability which china lacks in the u.s. >> jason? >> this is a hit for jeanine hampton. the tea party republican who was elected lieutenant governor of kentucky. the conservativism equals racism. it's good news for the black electorate. this could help that. >> thanks, jason. thank you all. this is it for our show. we hope to see you right here next week. >>> hello, everyone. i'm arthel neville. welcome to "america's news headquarters." >> i'm eric shawn. coming up, a closer look at carly fiorina and the other republican candidates ahead of tuesday's debate. coming up, what to keep an eye on in the gop showdown. >>> and new questions about airport security. an investigator now saying that it looks more and more likely that it was a bomb that brought down that russian jet
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Feb 7, 2016 12:30pm PST
we do not have good systems right now to protect against it. we've got to work with china. everybody knows that. but china's trying to avoid political and economic collapse. this action pushes north korea closer to that. it pushes north korea closer to a war, which they obviously would lose and that system would collapse and china would bear the brunt of that burden. so those kind of negotiations have got to take place. and the other thing we've got to recognize is whatever north korea is doing with nuclear weapons and with missiles, they are collaborating with their closest ally, which is iran. so that also adds to the threat to the american people. >> absolutely. general keane, i appreciate your time. i appreciate your analysis. and thank you for sticking around so we could clarify that. it's always good to see you, sir. >> glad to help out. >> i appreciate it. thank you so much. >>> there's some serious bragging rights. super bowl 50 is just a few hours away. and the governors are going to be here live. both contested governors. >> they are betting on the super bowl. bi
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Dec 5, 2009 11:00pm EST
countries like india and china to commit themselves to some sort of a treaty that is going to severely damage their economy further. so, this is the main strike against it, but climate change is also, i mean, the climate-gate fiasco is also going to play into this, too. >> australia, you had the senate down there repudiates, rejects the cap and trade program and the u.s. senate walking away from cap and trade and putting it off and probably until at least 2011. is this the copenhagen crackup? >> i think it may be. india's foreign minister said this week, that country regarding china is not going to have set caps. if they're going to do this would want financing from the western world. both of those are show stoppers, there will never be any money transfers to india and china. >> i don't think that the proponents are going to give up. an awful lot of people have a stake now in caps on carbon and investment in alternative energy. >> absolutely, there's a whole green economy. there's 100 billion dollars worth of government investments going into this and they're going to fight. they're go
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Jul 12, 2015 12:30pm PDT
people like let us say the governments in china or russia and elsewhere to exploit. so part of the problem here is that the boundaries of the security state have grown so expansive they're now netting $21 million people. we can't exercise control over numbers that large. >> we should add social security numbers for all these people too. >> i would think every one of these people should be at least entitled to a new social security number. as well as access to know what the other -- what the hackers might have on them. so let's -- so if you were hacked say, you should have access to that total file. would you agree? >> oh, i think so, absolutely. you know the processing of that would just need to be a tremendous undertaking. and opm would not be able to do it. katherine archuleta was assuring people back as far as june that they were on top of this. obviously they were not. she's in charge of one of the most sensitive agencies in the government. what is her experience to run something like that? she was the national political director of barack obama's 2012 re-election campaign. she
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Apr 17, 2010 11:00pm EDT
>> paul: president hu of china was in town they were meeting to talk about iran in the backroom this was something they were discussing did they make any progress? >> the president has spoken about getting sanctions on iran within weeks. we've seen reporting, showing how sanctions get progressively weaker. the turks on the security council, not permanent voting members are saying they are not going to vote for sanctions. the chinese have been very leery the russians are going to complete a nuclear reactorç for iran later this summer that's what we need to be discussing. >> paul: where is some good news here? >> as matt was suggest -- president obama gives the impression ha he has discovered the nuclear proliferation problem. since bush one they've been working hard to de ize russia's uranium. it is about sanctions. idea we are going to bring the russians and chinese onboard. i think iran's position isç, as long as we have what effectively is protection from china and russia we don't have to worry. china imports 600,000 barrels of oil a day from tehran. they sell them eight b
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Jan 5, 2014 12:00pm PST
there. everyone around the world sees it. i think that in asia, china, some of the things china has been doing in the -- with its navy and challenging the u.s. and international waters, i think that this is partly a reflection not just of his enthusiasm to retreat but also the weakness of the u.s. economy. i mean, can you not be a world superpower with a second-rate economy. and china feels emboldened by looking at all the problems he has and the weekness he signal. >> i think in russia where have you the olympics coming up, several terrorist attacks. in general putin has seemed strong because he cracked down on the opposition and has a weakening economy. he is also trying to reassert himself in his neighborhood. you have the ongoing protests in ukraine to join europe instead of being pushed back into russia's arms. i think that the european story, forget about europe. settled. that's not settled yet. >> do you -- are you worried about terrorism at the olympics? do you think that they will be able to contain it around so muchy and the various sites? >> i think it is always a worry i
FOX Business
Apr 23, 2017 8:00pm EDT
-- the strategic patience is over. also, to engage china in a more aggressive way and say to china we will give you a better deal on economic access but you in return have to do something about north korea. is that a strategy that you favor. it's different than what the bush and obama administrations did. it's deftly an improvement. >> for 25 years china has talked one way about nuclear weapons and act in a different way. it says it doesn't want north korea to have a deliverable nuclear weapons capability but it's never exerted the pressure that it could. so getting china to say yes we will do more is something that has been tried in the past. i think the problem here is north korea well never voluntarily relinquish nuclear weapons program and in effect in their mind it's equivalent to the regime itself. so looking at the bigger picture i think it is really the end of north korea that is required to get the end of their nuclear weapons program and that means getting china on board for reunification. what president trump has done could be a step in that direction. he is not there yet.
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Dec 21, 2014 12:00pm PST
it's very dangerous deal. i think that the best way to think about this is it's analogous to china. if you do business in cuba, you have to be in partnership with a cuban. what you're going to be in the partnership is the cuban military or communist party. just as in china, the people's liberation army. who is going to get rich is the cuban military. the cuban military has relationships with the russians and chinese. i think we're reviving cuba as a military state. >> i would draw a distinction with china. he let private agriculture flourish and you could have your own private plots. they don't allow that in cuba yet. >> right. >> i'm wondering if anyone in the white house understands how cuba works. the president used the word isolation over and over again. cuba is not isolated. cuba has european, latin american, asian investors all over the island but still very poor. why? because cuba controls everything inside. the idea we're going to embrace cubans, we're not allowed to, all they're saying is you're going to drop the embargo and we are going to selectively decide who gets to d
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Jun 25, 2017 12:00pm PDT
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Aug 19, 2017 6:00pm EDT
actually on the far left side of politics. paul: that would be a strategic victory for china. one of the goal is to push out of asia and there's no military solution to north korea at the same time the president and his chief defense secretary, look, if you get this nuclear weapon can missiles that are going to hit up -- >> take military action. exactly. paul: it's on the table so undermining the message the president is trying to send to china, the seriousness of purpose in north korea okay, james, bannon's legacy, what does this mean? talk about did he accomplish good or ill? >> well, i think in terms of accomplishments, i would put on the plus side, i think he was encouraging in getting the president to get out of the paris climate deal. i think what -- it's breasting with bannon for a lot of conservatives, i think they might be liked his attitude more than all of his policies. the trade and immigration agenda is not exactly free market. >> he was 44% tax on your income, james. [laughter] paul: he was for increasing taxes. >> he was. >> i think it should give conservatives pause that
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Sep 7, 2013 11:00am PDT
the korean peninsula, the south china sea which is being disputed by china and japan or even iran, the idea of nuclear proliferation there, all these things will start to be enhanced. i think that is the risk we are running by defeating this resolution. >> james, 40 months to go on this presidency. it would be quite a signal to the world. what do you think? >> it would be great if we had another president. congress should vote no. they can't vote to give the president credibility just as they can't vote to give him humility or wisdom. i think as you look at it here, basically, he is asking a lot of people, given he hasn't defined the mission clearly, and ultimately it comes down to two possible outcomes and they are bad. >> what about the point dad made if congress denies him with this much time left in his presidency, you're going to send a signal to the world that it's open season. >> he's been sending those signals nonstop the past week. even the red line. there is an argument once the president of the united states draws a red line we ought to back him up. he basically said, i
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Nov 28, 2010 2:00am EST
this on thoughts-- >> the other countries. >> china, china in particular. >> russia with iran. and i think the united states should say, we're going to pursue a regime that includes very severe sanctions on north korea and if you don't do that, we are going to bomb that reactor. >> so, a quick military action on it. >> that reality, i think, has to exist or nothing will happen. >> that reality has to exist because the pre live ration from north korea not just states like iran, also quote nonstate actors and terrorist groups in a real one and the other reality, they have to make it the policy of the united states to see the reunion if ication of the korean peninsula, the dissolution of the north korean states and we have some advantages here. this north-- the north korean economy is under unprecedented strength. there are reports from numerous sources that they are at major shortageshich they need by commodities and they need to buy the-- >> so what you're saying, they're vulnerable. >> they're vulnerable. the undersecretary of the treasury has been systematically going after their so
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Feb 16, 2013 2:00pm EST
wasn't all about that, but it's about the future. he did a lot of outreach to china's catholics and traveled a lot for a pope of his age and started to tackle some of the more difficult scandals of the church such as the child abuse cases. >> paul: what should the church to be looking for when you look at the cardinals and the the next pope, mary? >> i hope they look for a pope that can reinvague rate the church where it's ailing, namely europe and the united states and if you look at the top ten catholic countries in the the world. brazil, the philippines, poland and eastern europe and kongo, whereas the united states our catholic population is about a quarter of the united states would be in decline if it weren't for immigrants. >> paul: in europe, the churches are essentially museums. they're empty except for the american tourists. so what-- do they need a pope, does the catholic church need a pope what might be done for catholicism in the west where it's declining or maybe get a pope who can address where it's active and growing, and play to that strength? >> i think the cardina
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Apr 7, 2013 12:00pm PDT
, we've tried this engagement and it doesn't work. china is the key. china has the most influence, north korea's biggest patron and it's always willing to protect north korea, do we see any signs of that changing? >> the not at the moment. it raises a questions of pro he-- proliferation. . >> paul: they had that umbrella. >> they're angry with the united states in failing in negotiations with north korea and they want the united states to bring tactical nuclear weapons back into south korea and are talking about the option of going nuclear. so i think this message should be conveyed to the chinese that that is weakening. >> paul: if they want-- if the chinese want a nuclear japan and a nuclear south korea, keep on the current course, that's what you're saying. >> they don't want that. >> paul: they don't want that. are we talking about-- think about this in the context of iran. are we talking about, we're on the verge of a nuclear breakout around the world potentially? >> i think it's a test of u.s. leadership, really. there comes a time after election where the president said we have to
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Sep 24, 2011 11:00pm EDT
china slowing down and his answer is increased taxes. it really, it defies political odds, i guess we're going to get to that, but on the economics, you don't see how this is a growth agenda and that's what we need. >> and i think because the tax cuts would only start in 2013, somehow that wouldn't affect the economy now. >> people would ignore the the future and assume they live for today and pay big tax bills later, but who is go to invest when they know the taxes are coming down the pipe. >> paul: milt freedman taught us that people invest on their expectations. >> permanent income. >> well, the mistake you two are making. >> only one of many. >> you're trying to have a conversation about economics and this is not academics, it's social policy. all right? this is a wealth tax, like the welt wealth tax socialists had 1901, solidarity tax on wealth. one of my favorite obama documents, february 2009, two months into the presidency, his economic statement to the president and everything that he's saying now is it in that original statement. millionaires and billionaires paying their
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the internet users of china. the chinese rej each eem recently said too many of them are violating core socialist values. what a worthy activities. what a great thing to be doing on line criticizing the regime. the government is cracking down but i think freedom is going to fine a way. keep it up internet users of china and keep violating those socialist ideas. >> and read the wall street journal, you can get rich, too. and remember if you have your own hit or miss be sure to tweet it to us on jer on fnc. that's it for this week's show, chang to my panel and awful you for watching. i'm paul gigot. hope to see you right here next week. \s >> time now for sunday house call i'm eric shaw. >> i'm ar they will never ill. joining us is dr. david sam oodred ay, chaiman and professor of yourology at wlen objection hill hospital. >> and dr. mark siegel. author of the inyou are pulse. they join us every sunday here on this program. >> good to see you both. let's get right to it. february is american heart month. today we are going to talk about all the things you can do to show your heart a
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got elected to shut down trade with mexico and china, he's dead in the water and the markets will punish him for that. there's a reason the markets sold out tuesday night and particularly because of his trade. >> but they have gone way back up since then. they are almost at a record. >> if you decide this, capital is going to flee the country. >> james, what do you think about the potential, particularly the senate, where you only have 52 votes, that's a tough body to get business done with. what do you think they're going to come out of the blocs with? there's at lot -- i think trump needs to learn from congress, but they have things to learn from him as far as how to market an idea. mitch mcconnell has nod said anything about the paul ryan better agenda. mr. mcconnell, he's great at stopping bad things from happening in washington but a big thing is listen how trump can drive an idea forward and think about playing more offense now. i think that's the doesn't they have for reform. >> i bet that mitch mcconnell is not building the wall like trumpagtrump imaginens. >>> what happen
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