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PBS
Sep 19, 2015 12:30pm PDT
. john: the answer is trump. issue six-china's 12-mile message. >> war is the sword of damocles. we must learn the lessons of history and dedicate ourselves to peace. john: china's president xi jinping says his nation wants global peace and this week china promised a crackdown on sbernt hackers who target america. but china's promises ring hollow. his military was publicly parading its growing military reach. on decision play were weapons like the d.f.-21 d., an anti-ship ballistic missile specifically designed to sink american aircraft carriers and other missiles that can target u.s. bases on guam, over 1,800 miles from china. that's not all. after training with russian forces two weeks ago, five chinese naval wessels transitted through u.s. territorial waters in the a luings islands. president obama will have some tough questions when president jinping arrives on a state visit next week. what message is china sending one week before president xi's visit to washington? eleanor: i think he's firming up the president's poverty to asia because china is emerging as a rival superpower o
PBS
May 7, 2016 12:30pm PDT
adultery, prostitution and providing classified intelligence to taiwan and possibly also, china. but this scandal is only the tip of the iceberg. because in 2016, the navy remains roiled by the so-called fat leonard scandal in which a number of enior officers have been charged for accepting kickbacks from a private maritime supply contractor. and note this oddity. a possible target of investigators, current director of naval intelligence, vice admiral ted branch has had his security clearance suspended since late 2013. question -- is the navy in crisis, pat buchanan? pat: i would say no, john, but it is under great stress and the reason that we had about a 600-ship navy under ronald reagan. it's about half that size and after the old cold war, we have the baltic sea and the black sea and the south china sea and all these places to police by the u.s. navy and the challenges to it from both china and russia are growing dramatically and secondly, even ith countries like iran, any anti-shipped weapons and missiles are very sophisticated are being developed. for example, some could be in the s
PBS
Apr 2, 2016 12:30pm PDT
with the russians on -- one side but with britain a big point of contention is with china and investment bank where the british government is more losely aligned with china than the obama administration would want. on the british side i think more real point of grievance is about the falklands where the administration through to kerry will seemed suggest that was open to negotiation. that caused a lot of consternation. washed this will be away. clarence: libya is a special frustration because he elected us out of wars in afghanistan and iraq. his was a war he got us into with the best of intentions trying to do something to save massacred by ing qaddafi. qaddafi was overthrown but the a mess partly to because of tly england not being there and u.s. got tied up in iraq and other problems.t it is a frustration for his dent obama because doctrine such as it is, is to ry to work more partnerships and not be aggressive with our unilateralism. unless not going to work you can get countries like england, our best pal overseas. we go in for humanitarian cadavqaddafi from verwhelming b
CBS
Apr 10, 2016 11:30am EDT
note this. china's president xi jinping -- who has sought to portray himself as an anti-corruption campaigner -- has been embarrassed by the appearance of his brother-in-law on the list. and note something else. u.s. dollars held by allies of russian president vladimir putin. that may be held on mr. putin's behalf. what's the biggest story here, using shell companies to dodge taxes or using shell companies to hide political corruption? eleanor: i think it's mostly to hide money and whether that money is legally gained or gotten through nefarious means, it all ends up being green and it gets passed to panama. i think we should give president obama some credit this week because the treasury department has tightened some rules and they did stop a big inversion that was under way between pfizer, the drug company and allergen a company in ireland. i think maybe we should take some solace that there are not any 1% americans on this list, but this is only one law firm places to hide money and americans to end hide their money in the cayman islands and you can even use delaware, it compani
PBS
Jul 2, 2016 12:30pm PDT
: keep doing it. john: pat: the conflict between the states, china and philippines over the islands in deep uth china sea will and i think it will come one of these days it shooting. 40% nor: george w. bush got of the hispanic vote. mitt roll any got 27%. donald trump will be lucky to laugh half of what politic rol any got which will doom him in november. i think the debate over obama care will be a tough one for hillary clinton coming up to because itcreasingly is an economic touchstone issue and i would say it poses issues inequality that are troubling. clarence: i predict that vaping because it is just too good to last. john: really? yes.nce: they will find something wrong with it. we will check that. i predict gold will boom in this year as investors come to realize that central including orld over our ownederal reserve have no to return the economy to normal. bye-bye! >> looking for these? you drive buzzed it could be one ride.xpensive first you have to make bail. car pay me to get your back. >> your insurance premiums will go through the roof. my legal fees keep adding up. all to
CBS
Feb 28, 2016 11:30am EST
talk to the south vietnamese who were in the south china sea, all those boat people. >> saddam hussein gassed the kurds and president george h.w. bush allegedly was coming to their rescue and created a no fly zone, encouraged them to rebel, then walked away from it. so they've been let down by the u.s. a number of times. >> they have no friends. >> like in south iraq after that first war. >> you are absolutely right. first gulf war. they rose up. we told them to. they got slaughtered and lost 50,000 dead. we did nothing. i will say george h.w. bush did send some americans into northern iraq to say in effect hands off the kurds. can't do to them what did you to the shia. >> this is somewhat of a the more urgent crisis is really all of the bloodshed in syria. they have a tentative cessation of hostility. we should all hope that takes. >> one important thing in all the complexity is there are divergent political groups right? the shia, the school of espionage after in iraq then the school of common iran and the school of najaf, there are interplays you can actually use, you can fo
PBS
Oct 24, 2015 12:30pm PDT
lot of slack and problems facing u.s. industry today is that china and other countries are reducing their demand for u.s.-made stuff, raw materials, agriculture, other things like up inand if that keeps canada, that adds economic pressure so we take no joy in canadian recession that's going on there. but i think that the trudeau had to campaign on something, it's anti-americanism that's a big part of their politics there why they don't but to hate america distinguish themselves from america. eleanor: he campaigned in an optimistic way, he talked about doing things in sunny ways. sober up a little bit. in this country, political dynasties like the bushes and said to bes are falling out of favor. does trudeau's election belie that trend? or is he going to fulfill that trend? eleanor: i think hillary had weeks good a couple of here, i wouldn't say that the clinton dynasty is falling out in canada,d i think they remember pierre trudeau fondly and they're glad to have justin. i won't comment. canada thinkple in that justin is all show so he'll closely in the coming months but i think it'
PBS
Nov 7, 2015 12:30pm PST
singapore hotel named the shangri-la, the leaders of china and taiwan will meet this weekend for the first time in 66 years. when the two nations split, it was late 1949. mao tse-tungs communists defeated a nationalist army, forcing that army to take refuge in taiwan. well, time heals all wounds. today, chinas president xi jinping and taiwans president ma ying-jeou have become friends. but even if their meeting goes well at the shangri-la and analysts expect it will things could later derail. here's why. is popularesident ma with china, but taiwan will hold a presidential election in january and polls suggest the less-friendly-to-china opposition candidate, tsai ing-wen, will win. in turn, analysts fear relations between china and taiwan may deteriorate, perhaps even leading to conflict. china has long warned it might use force if politically taiwan moves too far away from mainland china. and that's where the united states comes in, because we are committed to the defense not of mainland china but of taiwan. question, is a new crisis brewing in the taiwan strait? pat: first, we're not comm
CBS
Sep 6, 2015 11:30am EDT
market growth is going to be raising meat here to export to china because the chinese middle class are very worried about how safe their own meat is. if we had just about comfortable with tons and tons of big poop so americans can have double bacon burgers, if this is to send meat to china i wonder if that starts to change some of the political calculus. >> issue ready made for donald trump. >> i have a stat on this. exports to japan and china pork exports chiefly to japan and china. pork exports reach a record high of 431,000 metric tons worth $6.3 billion in 2012 up from a mere 57,000 metric tons in 2003. can you work that around? >> they get the bacon and we get the poop. donald trump will be waiting on his waiters around one of those lagoons. >> i think trump prefers ham. >> i think the epa has moved increasingly to regulate waterways in the u.s. as the waters of the u.s. that the obama administration the court has put a stay on that, what it would do is allow the epa to regulate bodies of water that are not your typical rivers and lakes but smaller areas of water in order to d
CBS
Feb 21, 2016 11:30am EST
oppression in china. john: senator ted cruz wants to change the address of china's embassy in washington. last friday, the u.s. senate approved mr. cruz's bill to change china's embassy address from 3505 international place n.w. to 1 liu xiaobo plaza. the bill aims to honor mr. xiaobo, an activist imprisoned by china's communist government while calling for political freedom. while the republican led house of representatives is likely to support the address change campaign, president obama is should congress change the address of china's embassy? eleanor? eleanor: no. the republicans have run this up the flag pole once before. a couple of years ago and the chinese said, if we changed the street here, they would change the street by the american and have come up with good ideas. edward snowden street, 911 street. i think diplomacy is -- better things to do than this. pat: this shows you the lack of seriousness in the congress of the united states, in particular the republican party who are free traders. last year they gave the chinese communists $365 billion trade surplus, $4 t
CBS
Feb 7, 2016 6:30am EST
the other -- [ everyone talking at once ] >> the greatest vital issue is united states and china avoid got in twice in the last century. >> do you think it's not more likely we give him that sense of opportunity that conflict comes? >> he'll be delighted in what we're doing because he can match it three times over from his own base. >> question, what moves is president obama taking in asia to counter china? >> he's moving his boats around the south china sea again, fooling around with these tiny ilets. it's not our quarrel. >> he's also working with china on climate change, big issues, not -- this is not one policy fits every area. pat, you're generally an isolationist, i think -- >> no, i just don't want to get into another war. >> neither i do, and i think this is under the label of deterrence. >> 75%, a huge amount of through those waters. >> if the chinese interfered with our trade, i agree. >> what if the islands become fortresses, it becomes more difficult to interfere. >> the philippines are, taiwan have one of the islands they claimed. stay out of these quarrels. >> issue
CBS
Mar 6, 2016 11:30am EST
, thoughtful leader, unquote, who would start a trade war with china. at a campaign rally in maine, trump responded. >> if i'm losing $505 billion with china, if i'm losing $28 $-- 58 billion with mexico in terms of deficits, what do i want that kind of trade for anyway? who needs that kind of trade? >> there were fresh brickbats at thursday's debate in detroit, where the g.o.p. establishment's assault continued. some political insiders cheered the aggressive tack against but some question whether the g.o.p.'s bare knuckle tactics will boomerang to trump's advantage. if the establishment is so desperate to stop him and preserve the status quo, the reasoning goes, it must really fear that trump will make good on his promises to shake things up in washington. in short, the attacks validate trump's outsider candidacy and will only boost his appeal. and note this. furious at governor chris christie for his support of mr. trump, seven new jersey newspapers are now calling for mr. christie's resignation. has the time come for the republican party to embrace donald trump? yes or no. pat?
CBS
Jan 24, 2016 11:30am EST
entering the already heavily supplied global oil market and chinas economy in trouble, some believe oil prices could decline even further. dennis nally, chairman of pricewaterhousecoopers says, quote, "some people are a barrel." endquote. have energy prices bottomed out or will they continue to drop? clarence: i don't know because nobody knows for sure but i think they're going to go down more simply because of the saudis are flooding the market trying to actually undercut our tracking and our oil capacity in the u.s., among other sources. eleanor: steel containers that you put the oil into the transport it now are more expensive than the oil. it's a dramatic change and it's reshaping the politics of the middle east. now, if iran wants to come in and flood the market with cheap oil, hey, let them have at it but they wouldn't make much money at it and we can keep our oil in the ground so i don't see that as a worrisome thing. the economy there isn't as o-- robust and that's a big driving factor in its price decreasing and its impact here in america. touchdown the chinese restructure
CBS
Aug 16, 2015 11:30am EDT
to send jobs to china. look, china devalues its currency --. >> and trade was way oversold and politicians actually from richard nixon onward are very adept at playing on people's grievances and that is what donald trump is doing today and he is being very successful in august of the year before the election. >> this is legitimate. >> i'm not saying they're illegitimate but i don't hear any solutions that make any sense. >> this segment of the program will be decipherd by the audience. when we come back, the currency war. >> issue two, china declares currency war. >> i think you have to do something to rein in china. they devalued their currency today. they're making it absolutely impossible for the united states to compete. >> china's communist government abruptly devalued its currency this week. in a move to boost its exports at the expense of its trading partners, particularly the united states and the european union. by weakening the yuan, chinese imports become cheaper in the u.s. and europe, thereby strengthening chinese manufacturing and hurting american companies. the d
CBS
Aug 9, 2015 11:30am EDT
position with our allies in the middle east. china know more about hillary clinton's e-mails than congress. >> that was a line that played well with the conservative base. >> that's a good one. you like that? >> well, yeah. it was funny. i want to distance myself from the notion that these were tough questions. they were very good questions. they were well focused. they did their best to keep these politicians from wriggling out from under them. donald trump has some cheek. i know it's hard to believe. but donald trump has some cheek and gall to get mad at the journalist for quoting back to him his own quotes and saying did you really mean to say this? that's not a hard question. he turned it into an opportunity to beat up on trump. >> you saw republicans beating up on fox. i thought i'd never see that. they got away with it. >> i think the moderators were immoderate. they really went after trump. you're reading all these trashy comments he made from long ago. they're getting into the debates. they are trying to influence, should the moderators and tv be trying to influence the ou
PBS
Jan 2, 2016 12:30pm PST
communists taking underwater reefs to create islands to enable them to claim the entire south china sea. like it or not, it is as bold as it can be. eleanor: boldest tactics, black lives matter. tom: paul ryan with the bid in solidarity -- clarence: trump's decision to call for a temporary halt to more muslims coming in the country which happened to coincide with ted cruz making significant gains against him in the polls. it's a reckless move. it smells of desperation but certainly bold. john: it's the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu in making a gamble and making a direct address to the u.s. congress. warning of the dangers of a weak nuclear agreement with iran. netanyahu failed to stop the agreement and his relation with obama is worse than ever. boldest political tactic. worst political scandal. pat? pat: it's volkswagen which has fixed their converters or whatever it is to prevent the carbon dioxide emissions. they destroyed the reputation of the country. they're going to be sued bms and billions of dollars. the damaged the reputation of germany because this is the car comp
CBS
Jan 3, 2016 6:30am EST
south china sea. >> boldest tactic black lives >> paul ryan with the bid in solidarity. which happen to coincide with ted cruz making significant gains in the polls is a reckless move >> netanyahu failed to stop the agreement and his relation with obama is worse than ever. boldest political tactic. worst political scandal, pat. >> i think it's volkswagen which has fixed their converters to prevent the carbon monoxide emissions. they destroyed the reputation of the country. they destroyed the reputation of germany because this is the car country that is germany in the corporate world. >> i had that one too but i will add is it exxon? which they have been -- exxon mobile. their inner communications reveal that they understood the damage their product was doing to the atmosphere many years ago and they basically covered it up. >> i would say the known on known of hillary clinton's e- mails if nothing combs out of those e-mails, i suspect something might. that might be the big one. >> the biggest political scandal might be in chicago with mayor rahm emmanuel sitting on the video t
CBS
Apr 3, 2016 11:30am EDT
complaining that the united states must do more but with britain a big point of contention is with china and asia investment bank where the british government is more closely aligned with china than the obama administration would want. on the british side more annoyed about the real point of grievance about the falklands where the administration through john kerry seemed to suggest that was open to negotiation. i think this will be washed away. >> libya is a special frustration because he elected to get us out of wars in afghanistan and iraq. this was a war he got us into with the best of intentions trying to do something to save people from being massacred by qaddafi. he was overthrown but it turned into a mess because england not being there when we needed them, at the same time the u.s. got tied up in iraq and other middle east problems. president obama because his doctrine such as it is, is to try to work with partnerships and not be aggressive with our unilateralism. that is not going to work unless you can get countries like england -- pat: he went in for humanitarian reasons to st
CBS
Dec 27, 2015 6:30am EST
beginning. it's a sad story that led to a national scandal. john: biggest loser. china's paramount winner, xi yuanping. china's economy knows -- nosedived with growth officially falling to 7% and maybe even 4%. with millions of young people entering china's workforce. best politician. pat? pat: vladimir putin, john. rolls into syria and just as a week ago, you got the secretary of state of the united states john kerry coming to visit and talk to him about the future of syria. eleanor: the new prime minister of canada, justin trudeau, son of pierre, handsome, the progressive world community. tom: i think prime minister david cameron of the u.k. who is expected at best to have to rule with a challenging coalition government but won a majority in the house at the parliament. trump. worse. he's defied predictions and came off as a guy who did it his own way and made the system work for him. john: best politician. that's not even close. pope francis. the pontiff guided his church out of the shadow of scandal and entered global leadership on political concerns. war, immigration, the envi
PBS
Feb 6, 2016 12:30pm PST
is the united states and china and russia avoid some kind of mess like the germans and the brits got into twice in the last century and finished themselves off. tom: -- if we give him that sense of opportunity buzz dulls that conflict come? pat: he'll be delighted because he can match it three times over from his own base. john: what moves is president obama taking in asia to counter china? pat: he's moving his boats around in the china sea. again, these tiny islands. it's not our quarterly. eleanor: he's also working on china with climate change, big issues. this is not one policy fits every area. pat, you're generally an isolationist, i think. pat: no, i just don't want to get into another war, cold war. eleanor: neither do i and i don't think obama is -- this is under the label of deterrence. tom: 75% are effective. a hugement -- amount of international trailed flows through their waters. pat: if the chinese trailed interfered i agree. but if not, forget the islands. the vietnamese are making a fortress out of some of them, the philippines are. taiwan just sent one into tie pi
CBS
Oct 25, 2015 6:30am EDT
that china and other countries are reducing their to made for u.s. made stuff and raw materials. weather agriculture or things like that. is that teams up -- keeps up in canada, there is no joy in the canadian recession that is going on. i think that trudeau had to campaign on something. it is polite anti-americanism where the have to not hate america, but sting wish themselves from america.>> and an opportunistic way, he talked about all of that.>> moderator: in this country, political dynasties like the bushes and the clintons -- bush's and the >> i would not say the clinton dynasty is falling out of favor. and klatt -- in canada, they are glad to have justin. >> justin will be judge closely in the coming months. experiment in governance and see what happens.>> moderator: we will see the bernie sanders and hillary clinton's proposals on higher taxes. >> if one of them gets to the white house, yes.>> moderator: we will be back with predictions.fi gesouptnsitth faesinrn a wfiaiblfr 5to00pb yocaupadou fari veoupo fteth cleusitthfi milap u n ewouenrtnmt he,r t gbuthma rsotoetio 'r
PBS
Jan 30, 2016 12:30pm PST
. what's the story, tom? tom: i love your tie. but beyond that -- john: made in china. point of view tony: trump would like it. i should be paying more than i'm paying because i was born with a heart defect. a lot of my contemporaries, young people >> paying far more than they should be paying and it's grossly unfair that they're having to carry the load of society more than they should be. there could be cost deductions and coston creases for people who are older, i'm afraid. one of the issues with obamacare is when it gets to this point where the penalties are going to have to keep having to rise up because of health care inflation costs, it's going to perpetuate and people are eventually going to get to the point and say season -- listen, i am paying hundreds and hundreds of dollars on this inflationary curve that never seems to end. let's go for something different. clarence: once you perceive that health care costs are going up for obamacare. they'd still be going up even without obamacare. obamacare has slowed the effects of inflation. tom: i would say that has much more to do
PBS
May 14, 2016 12:30pm PDT
the russians and the south china sea and a lot of folks want to get into a dust-up with iran. them the world. pat: we're stretched pretty thin. our assignment? john: we'll live in expectation. facebook vs. conservatives. >> the fact is that we have listing,of them black in a lot of cases, conservative news. john: facebook is the popular social media website used by peoples of millions of every day but facebook is news.ing conservative so says michael nunez, editor of website,y news gizmodo. mr. nunezt this week, outlines claims by former facebook employees that facebook news curators block conservative cws events such as the annual pac conference from appearing on news feeds. notable, says mr. nunez, asserts thatook its news feed is operated under algorithms,mputer not human editors. while facebook denies this, to is furthereport evidence of media bias towards liberals and against conservatives. is facebook not only anti-conservative but pro-progressive in the news are trending?aims i ask you, tom rogan? but the media is manifestly biased towards liberalism inherently. tapper, one of t
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