tv What Are You Reading with Representative Buddy Carter CSPAN May 27, 2019 7:56am-8:01am EDT
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i'm actually studying now. it's pretty heavy. heirs of the founders which i have really enjoyed. it talks about three different characters. first of all it talks about henry clay. some of the early '80s. it's actually relevant. all members of the house of representatives and talks about tariffs and that's something we are doing right now. i have enjoyed both of these books. one then i will be reaching in the future. and it has to do with nuclear energy. i'm very interested in.
all types of clean energy and nuclear energy. >> how do you select the books that you read? >> that's an interesting question i tried to be as diverse that i can. in the early 1800s and mid 1800s. i just finished a couple months ago. i read a book about thomas jefferson. read a book about abraham lincoln before he became president. i have enjoyed all of this. and really enjoyed reading. i have a lot of opportunity to read while i am flying. it's a good way to pass the time.
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commissioner carr, thanks for being here. before we get into the issues that you all are working on, want to ask you how is the fcc involved in a changing media landscape with broadband and over-the-top and et cetera, et cetera? >> guest: it's an interesting time to be working at the fcc and part of that is to your question but an interesting point with this new generation of wireless service five gbits coming online and we