Wed 4/23/14 Hr 4 Justin Elliot, ProPublica. Peter Berkowitz, Hoover and Real Clear Politics. Bud Weinstein, SMU and Investors Business Daily. Peter Coy, Bloomberg.
Justin Elliot, ProPublica. Peter Berkowitz, Hoover and Real Clear Politics. Bud Weinstein, SMU and Investors Business Daily. Peter Coy, Bloomberg.
looking at an experiment. An experiment in fact by the new governor Sam Brownback . This is an experiment authored by the Republican Party and the Tea Party part of the Republican Party the idea that if you cut taxes. They people will come it's not unlike the idea of building a baseball field and having. Big hitters arrived Peter a very good evening -- Sam Brownback is the governor of Kansas and he was prior senator from Kansas. He's a member of the Tea Party proudly and in reducing taxes. Has he demonstrated the models that businesses will grow that people will gather towards Kansas that everybody will spend more money good evening to Peter. Activities of Sam Brownback as you correctly point out as a deeply conservative. Governor of a deeply conservative state and when he took office in 2011.
Wed 4/23/14 Hr 3 Monica Crowley, Fox. Joe Carroll, Bloomberg. Tunku Varadarajan, Hoover and Daily Beast. Mary Anastasia O'Grady, Wall Street Journal.
Monica Crowley, Fox. Joe Carroll, Bloomberg. Tunku Varadarajan, Hoover and Daily Beast. Mary Anastasia O'Grady, Wall Street Journal.
-- that the American people can say now absolutely. Let's go to George W . Bush when he took office he was the governor of Texas and a man who was not known to emphasize foreign policy I think he talked about good relations with Mexico. But certainly. He had what you'd say a lot of learning to do about the that that -- the dangers of the Middle East hence the Iraq . War and the Afghanistan war and the attacked by bin Laden however. He came from a formally much associated with foreign policy that would be his father George H. W. Bush and then George H. W. Bush serving with Ronald Reagan who was. Very very much -- cold warrior from the old days so there was not there was a legacy that was sweeping through George W Bush's administration. I can't say that the leading candidates other than Jeb Bush which would be the obviously the repeated the same story for George W . Bush . That the other leading candidates have a foreign policy legacy they can call Monica. You're absolutely -- about and that is one
I an ambitious domestic agenda the -- Bill Clinton did the late George W . Bush did that you point out. And they voted do you think of the domestic front end of the world picture it. I
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Wed 4/23/14 Hr 2 JBS Gordon Chang, Forbes.com. Charles Burton, Brock University. Bob Collins, former senior Pentagon analyst now in South Korea. Stephen Yates, D.C. International Advisory & running ...
Gordon Chang, Forbes.com. Charles Burton, Brock University. Bob Collins, former senior Pentagon analyst now in South Korea. Stephen Yates, D.C. International Advisory & running for the Republican nomination for District 30A of the Idaho House of Representatives. Joseph Sternberg, WSJ Asia editorial ...
off to sold. We welcome Bob Collins. Former defense an analyst for North Korea . And tonight we're gonna learn about North Korean not about provocations. And the outrageous behavior of Kim Jung on. Operating before the world as if he was the potent native planet. And threatening provocations like nuclear weapons and firing missiles tonight we're gonna couple learn about the organization. This dictatorship North Korea Bob a very good morning to you. What ease the organization. And guidance department of the Korean Workers Party how does it work good good morning. The morning well bill GPU. A party within -- party and his -- nerve center of North Korea . It was. Kim -- you know was. Made the director of the organization because apartment in 1974. And he used it to
we have and so there's this department and -- total control of North Korea . All policy. Goals through the OJ deal personal functions goes -- it -- Judy and all decisions go through entity. -- But this really sounds like coverage team within the regime is so essentially what happened is that Kim Jong ill the second leader of North Korea . Use the OGG to consolidate power and therefore make sure that he could take over after his father died. The question is now Kim Jong all of the third -- to ruled North Korea the current ruler. Has he been able to exert control over OGG like his father did and what is the state of
agencies and directors. And the ministers even the most powerful people in North Korea . -- their power -- -- guess life and death but at the same time are they administrators. Are we looking at the the clerks the the white hall of North Korea is out with this is. Well essentially they are west wing directors if you will of North Korea -- and their power is absolute. An example is all the -- race just technically lower. All parties secretaries and government ministers
Wed 4/23/14 Hr 1 JBS Gordon Chang, Forbes.com. Francis Rose, Federal News Radio. Arthur Waldron, University of Pennsylvania. James Holmes, Naval War College. David H. Grinspoon, Astrobiology, Library ...
Gordon Chang, Forbes.com. Francis Rose, Federal News Radio. Arthur Waldron, University of Pennsylvania. James Holmes, Naval War College. David H. Grinspoon, Astrobiology, Library of Congress.
East Asia the president's embassy to Japan. Concerning itself with our allies South Korea . Philippines Malaysia. And our adversary China. I'm joined by my colleague and -- Gordon Chang who's in Toronto this evening. As well
he's got a longstanding problem with the radiation and at Fukushima. However South Korea the president there is dominated by the terrible news about the tragedy in the grief for the parents and they questions about
everything in the president's timing is poor. You know we'll certainly with South Korea because of the period which is just gripping South Korean society you can imagine. But really the important thing is not so
4/23/14-Mark Levin Audio Rewind
Immigration is the hot topic once again as the Republican leadership is telling us they don't plan on fighting amnesty, and appear to be endorsing it
release its. And none of them speak for me. And then there's Jeb Bush . Jeb Bush is hanging around like a bad inner thigh rash. I know about these things because mr. producer from time to time tells me right. I'd just yet. But first it was Christy he was the one the media were pushing now it's Jeb Bush . Never have a negative thing to say about this can be known -- But of course Ted Cruz says it'll take him
that one before. You mean like president Romney president McCain president all. Jeb Bush said Wednesday. Fox News reporting he's thinking about running for president really in our country or another country. In his most direct statement yet about a possible -- sixteen run so this'll be
Why I don't know but then. -- a couple of questions for Jeb Bush what do you wanna do about the hundred trillion dollars in unfunded liabilities. I needed DOT -- what do you wanna do
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weekend out there and Rahm Emanuel territory. Remember Chicago has the strongest. Gun control laws in the nation. 45 people shocked over the Easter weekend 45. Nine of them died five of those were children who were playing in a -- to win the gang warfare broke out. 12 year old girl was killed -- a car just drove up next errors and opened fire. 45 shootings. Nine people dead strongest. Gun control laws in the nation. -- any -- so far this year now. Nathan Deal is getting ready to sign a bill. That lightens up on the restrictions -- where you can carry a concealed weapon with a permit some people called the cones everywhere law. I would like to -- but the you can carry a concealed weapon permit pretty much anywhere. A thug or gang banger can carry a concealed weapon without a permit. Isn't that the most effective way to protect yourself from these people. Now a