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crisis. that is why i think they're answering to things like initiatives and turning out for gay marriage but not turning out for politicians. >> when i talked earlier in the opening i talked about how a lot of students care what politicians can do for them. if you're go going to give advice, if you had advice and
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can say you want to communicate here is what you need to tell them. >> limited government. right and left when i'm traveling leadership campus we're hearing from students they want less government intrusion. irs targeting of political groups is home on both sides of the aisle. this issue students are really concerned about. and it's the way the government can handle that issue it's not been adequate. students are upset with intrusion. >> that there won't be to give them guaranteed loans? >> that is a separate question the government takeover is a big issue between increase in cost of tuition nationwide but i think it goes back to the government getting out of our lives limited government.
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i think our generation wants limited government. >> we're almost out of time for this segment. anyone else want to weigh in on that? >> the issue is clear across the board. but what i'm more concerned about is why are parties keeping millennials. they put money into mailers they move every two years, investing into canvassing. and that money is on tv ads. so on television you can do dvr in a commercial. >> right. >> they don't make money. it's about making money for the people who work for the
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candidates tonight. that is a dirty game of politics we're going to keep this discussion up. coming up, millennials have grown up under a time when there is radical islamic terrorism. take a look at this video by campus reform.org. he asked a simple question. >> what is a bigger threat to world peace? america or isis? >> world peace? america. >> i think it's america. they're making decisions that affect the world.
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>> this is what you do? right here? hamas is not cute. that flag you wave is psychological genocide of the planet. >> okay. this is berkeley. we've got to give him that. that was a shocker to me to see students on a taxpayer funded campus that thought that israel was a bad player, and isis was okay. i mean i'm just stunned. let me start with you on this one. how shocked are you when you see videos like that? do you think the country lost its mind? >> no. i think well, there are two issues here i don't think people recognize what that flag is. and and everything says that all
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millennials that are polled care about the issues. one of the great things about being on a college campus is the right to free speech. whether you're on the right side or left side of it, if you talk to millennials, it doesn't matter where you go you're going to get a diverse opinion. if you go one campus? >> you've talked to students. is this a trend you can see? that people are blaming america for the problems of the world sth >> i do see students go to extreme lengths and you get on a good point there. is that students don't know the isis flag and do know the israel flag. that is the problem. is that israel flag is commonly portrayed on america's campuses as a symbol of people and oppression. when it is the opposite. and the isis flag is nowhere to be found whchlt students at george mason university are
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asked do you want to support isis, they sign it. when i go to harvard -- >> they haven't been around since 1947. >> it's dominating the news. they're beheading westerners and it's seen on college campuses that activist students are trying to defund israel trying to -- >> they're small groups there are pro-israeli groups as well. >> students of those groups are getting beaten up because of their association. we report it on all the time. >> when you talk to people that are blood brothers of isis out there, they're responsible for you not having legs today how do you respond? >> first let me tell you our innocent of the country in leading a global economy and going some to be dangerous to radical tyranny is responsible for me lose mying legs. so taliban had nothing to do
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with me losing my legs because i chose to be there. our country chose to be there. as far as students on campus if you can assimilate walmart not paying you $20 a hour wage with syria being our fault i can't fathom, however if you want to know what we do in other countries, the knowledgeable people, i graduated from georgetown even with this accent, we're great not because of the wealth we have or but because every day we go what can we do to make this country and world a little bit better place. >> i want to you response that college campuses lean left do you feel sometimes like
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you're in a college campus you're a fish out of water because you're a conservative? >> absolutely. so, i can tell you when i was in law school, i was known as the black republican. that is what some people would call me. and thankfully i am a rirn because of values and platform alone with my values it gave me an idea why i believe what i believe. the fact i happen to be black does not have anything to do i align with the republican party but i was able to take them back through hist troy allow them to see why sit important not only for african americans but all people to have the option to choose where you sign your voter registration form. with that in law school and at church, i tell can change people to the republican party. they understand their values
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align with the party. >> i don't have any doubts you've changed people. you're a very persuasive person. if i wasn't conservative before, i would be. >> in 1973 the u.s. converted to an all volunteer military. >> it is time maybe to consider reinstating the draft or some type of national service do you think that would get younger americans motivated to vote? we're going to ask the studio audience to stay with us on this special edition of "huckabee".
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>> what we do see is that 56% are going into services, public sector, teach for america, ameri corps peace corps. you name it we see high numbers of young americans going into nonprofit jobs and considering jobs for the military because they bring personnel into areas and give education i don't think that mandatory draft is necessary because they're already going out in
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high droves we believe we're personal activists. we want to see government sponsoring these sort of services and jobs because we believe again in an activist government. >> that is different from what caleb says. >> anyone else on the way do you want a limited government? >> i think the problem we have today in american society is that we have a welfare state has grown under barack obama we have a corporate welfare state at the same time. those of us going into the work force over the next couple years because of the policies being emphasized elsewhere we're not going to have job creation because of our tax code because of obamacare and the regulatory department i think young people are in need of and supportive of free enterprise and limited government i don't agree you support an activist government.
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i think we've seen that and it hasn't worked out so well. >> and if government does something, government has to pay for it the only way to pay for it is take it from you. >> molly how much are you willing to pay the government to do things for you? that is the big question. it's got to get the money from you. it doesn't do bake sales. >> right. it should be personal responsibility. should take power away from the government and put it into personal enterprise and small businesses and i think if you limit the government then people will be motivated to step up and make adjustments themselves. with the draft, i think someone, any time you retire someone to do do something, and the government requires it it causes people to be concerned. so it might have a beneficial response in that regard i don't think it should be be a requirement. i do think it would help people look at issues that can are
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these issues i'm willing to fight or and to put my eggs in one basket for. that would inspire them to get out and vote. >> johnny you're in a military all volunteer. nobody was there except they chose to be. good idea? bad idea? do you want to fight along someone that has to be there because a number came up? >> it is solved -- as a member of the department of defense and running a military nonprofit i can tell you we in the private sector do a lot better job spending a dollar. that is my experience. and that when it comes to this issue, i mean in this war, how many of you went out and bought a war bond? hoch of it came out of your check book? how much did you feel from this? the answers are not a lot.
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maybe that is our goal i don't think the military needs a draft to be successful. >> let's than 1% of the american public will serve in the military, we're fighting wars with what my good friend says are other peoples' kids. do we understand fully what we're asking them to do? when he go? i wish we can keep just that topic. but public service, something to think about. you just graduated college, ready to move on. find a job, get a place to live, go out in the world but there is something dragging you down like cement shoes the question? will you ever be able to pay off those student loans? talking about our student loan problem in america with our panel and our audience when we come back.
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>> do you think you'll be able to take care of this debt when you graduate? >> i'm not sure.
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24% of $3.2 billion. i'm lauren green now back to "huckabee".
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>> i'm looking forward to being a waiter most of my life. >> i think you're set. >> i'm an acting major at nyu. >> do you think you'll be able to find a job when you graduate? >> hopefully. yeah. >> you know it's not entirely about just getting a job. it's about finding yourself a good person, developing moral character i think. >> well, may be a little more than just finding yourself it's finding a job after graduation is important, it can be a challenging task for any young person in the day's economy. there are a lot of factors working against young people today. and many of the graduates are starting their young lives and benefits here from student loans. loans they took in order to get a career.
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and another recent study, 24% of millennials believe their student debt is going to be forgiven, wiped off. saying don't worry about it. >> yes. >> terrible idea. you're going to have a percentage of knuckle heads in society. 24% is a high percent of knuckleheads. >> yes. >> well >> do you think they should be? >> yes. you know? we gave increases to ceos the least we can do is help a generation that has been overcharged for education my parents went to college it was $600 a semester, $60,000 a year.
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>> you know i agree it's a racket. and colleges are overpriced but community colleges aren't that expensive. instead of buying a mercedes-benz you might buy a fiat? >> those who are going to higher under graduate unfortunately private institutions are getting jobs. those who are spending more when you see online degrees you're spending money and people aren't graduating and not getting jobs >> wall street bailout has not expected their ways in the way student hoon bailouts don't teach students fiscal responsibility. these are dults that need to realize they're liable to repay that debt. and they need to choose degree that's make them employable.
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>> right now it doesn't matter what your degree is you're not getting a job. >> how many are trying to get a skilled blue collar labor? trying to find something they can provide a service to provide, they can make money at. $50,000 or $60,000 a year. if you want a federal government do something have them put information they have about hundreds of thousands of skilled labor jobs out there waiting for someone to fill them. and listen hey i've got a skill set of bond setter and i went and found a job available i can fill. it's skilled labor. >> if a student decides to go to the most expensive school in america is it my responsibility to make that choice to have to pay someone else's decision? i'd say go to the school you can
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afford to pay for. >> so at the of the of the day, i believe what you said they choose the school they want to go to. it was my decision so i'm not looking for a government handout. i am looking at ways to patent ideas, smart small businesses invent so i take on the responsibility to pay off my loan. there are programs i support. there are opportunities, if you serve ten years they'll pay off your debt. i support those programs i believe if you're giving back to the country not just standing there with your hand stuck out to pay for you there is a benefit tease young people are going in and making very little in terms of sally ri but giving back
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i support those programs but to say 24% just want their debt paid off? we have educating to do. >> i twoent a small private christian college in arkansas. i'm telling you something. i debated in the course of my political life people who have harvard law degrees i never felt disadvantaged or disapointsed or sorry i went to the school i went to. i felt like i got a great education. go where you can afford and feel like you're going to be prepared for life. not where someone is going to give you recognition because there is a reputation there. you'll build your own. many political candidates will focus often on issues like legalizing marijuana. is it a top priority foremost
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medicalry. >> i am not for that. personally. >> i think the issue is left up to individual states and colorado legalized it. >> i'm from colorado i -- >> you have someone now? >> not right now. >> no. i don't normally carry marijuana. >> well, it seems young people care about unemployment, there are social issues like legalizing marijuana and a war on women. talk to our panel. let's focus. some states put this on the balance. i'm going to throw it open. is this? >> i don't think it s we've heard from the panel today about
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job, economy. these are thing going to bother us every night when we go home that we're thinking about at night. these are the things and issues we should be focused on. how to live through the next day. are we going to have resources before we can think of uses maybing this a big issue takes attention away from what matters most. >> maybe it's aging hippies >> there is a life style created about being a drug dealer.
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gay marriage, nothing falls in the same category. you don't want the federal government concerned about that when there are larger things like 22-year-old dieing in war. you don't know why i went to iraq to begin with. why is the federal government concerned about it? >> someone else here this is here on the -- >> yes. i just want to say for young people, marijuana is an important issue. looking at teenagers a lot of them are being thrown in jail by the police. this is if you did he criminalize it, >> the rules are set. >> yes. >> they have changed.
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>> that is the reason why. it is a good point. they have taken a stop and frisk in new york now. people are being put in jail for less than an an ounce of marijuana. so it's a bigger issue. the fact is it's a taps issue. . >> i have sympathy you can't get a job. and you know? you shouldn't be out with a prostitute. >> same thing with the weed. sorry. >> it's hard in low income areas. i know people smoke pot are not
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being educated. >> i'm just kidding. we're going bab back with more on this special edition of huckabee. here's a question for you: if every u.s. household with a computer used sleep mode when they weren't using it how much could we save on electricity each year? up to $1 billion? $3 billion? $4.5 billion? the answer is... up to $4.5 billion. using your computer's built-in
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>> welcome back we've had a special with wonderful folks that are all millennials. now we're going to see what is on their minds. whatever you want to do we're going to sing in 14 languages if you think you can do it. do you send them locally?
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nationally so they understand what is going on? >> that is a billion dollar question. >> the governor pointed out for me issues that affect the population 20, 35 year olds who have lost limbs. and so it's not hard to point out things that will affect your lives. so there is your local continuing. >> i have a question for the panel. as a young woman, a conservative young woman, there is a lack of us in some of these circles that are politically aware. . what can you do for the pipeline for women taking leadership
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positions? what about leadership positions? so get in, get involved then, when you're having a saturday night movie night bring it up. start talking about issues and share why you believe what you believe. and you'll be more confident we have to stand up and be strong we will not second guess our ability to run for office, our ability to run for chair for whatever it may be. so start and build yourself up. >> earlier in the show, you mentioned people have a a strong opinion of israel and are
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unaware of isis do you believe that having some sort of mandatory community service will increase a sense of commitment to the american community? >> i do think there is a sense in which we, it's difficult to force people in the service. i want to see a part of that. it is almost we need to do is ask what will you do for your country? >> well it doesn't matter there are is a sense of responsibility here. >> you can take a day out of high school to go build habitat for humanity.
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and when i believe marines they'll do something because i'm there we have high school kids, 18, too young to know what important issues are. they don't get a bye because they're young. 24 isn't young. 24 i've gone to war twice sorry. take these 18-year-olds, in high school. take them out, let them do things in the community. innocent viez them to go make a difference in the community. >> you have been terrific. great comments and reactions and our panel, you're all super stars and you can have your own show i hope you don't. but you could. great to have you. thank you. that is it for now. this is mike huka bee from new york good night, god bless.
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