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Transcript by Newsy**** BY TRACY PFEIFFER You're watching multisource political video news analysis from Newsy. (applause) PRIEBUS: “Thank you! All right, one time! Thank you very much!” (bangs gavel) (Video: CNN) After seven ballots, the Republican National Committee elected Wisconsin GOP chair Reince Priebus as their new leader. The Milwuakee lawyer defeated current RNC chairman Michael Steele and three other candidates for the coveted seat. A writer for the Daily Caller says, he had it from the start. “He had 44 public commitments from members, more than double that of any other candidate. Current chairman Michael Steele had the second most supporters.” Priebus comes into the position with an impressive record. He was at the helm of the Wisconsin Republicans in 2010, when they unseated Democratic Senator Russ Feingold, also capturing the governorship and two House seats. (Video: WISN) Despite heading up Steele’s campaign in 2009, Priebus -- like many other Republicans -- later distanced himself from the chairman. And New York Daily News reports, simply NOT being Michael Steele may have been his biggest selling point. “Priebus ... is known to party members as a mild-mannered, low-profile leader. In other words, he is thought to be an exact opposite to the gaffe-prone Steele.” And a writer for the Guardian says... “[Priebus] mostly campaigned on a promise to raise money and otherwise keep his mouth shut. It was a not-too-subtle way of saying Reince Priebus was no longer a Man of Steele.” But not everyone sees it that way -- specifically the Tea Party, who experts say view Priebus as more of the same from the GOP. The Tea Party Nation tweeted: “Priebus elected chair of RNC. Welcome to Michael Steele 2.0.” But on NPR, a member of the Tea Party-affiliated Freedom Works praised Priebus’ work with the Tea Party during his tenure in Wisconsin. "In some states, you know, you have really this disconnect between the grass roots and the establishment in the Party, and you just don't see that in places like Wisconsin. And I think you don't see that with a guy like Reince." Whatever the case, Priebus has already pointed to a goal Republicans and Tea Partiers can all agree on... PRIEBUS: “Together, we can defeat Barack Obama in 2012, together, unified as a committee.” Get more multisource political video news analysis from Newsy.
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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy. It’s the first major GOP hat in the 2012 ring. TIM PAWLENTY: “This country was founded on freedom. We the people of the United States will take back our government. ... That’s why today I’m announcing the formation of an exploratory committee to run for president of the United States.” In a sign of tech-savvy times - former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty made the announcement on Facebook. Users had to “like” the page there to view the video. “...there is a brighter future for America. We know what we need to do: Grow jobs, limit government spending, and tackle entitlements.” And while it sounds like a formal pitch - this doesn’t necessarily mean he’s running -- just that he’s exploring a run. But The Washington Post’s Chris Cilizza tells MSNBC - he’s reading the tea leaves. “It's a legal definition, a campaign finance definition, he can raise money for a potential bid, while he sees if he's going to run or not. Look, he's going to run for president. I think there will be an announcement some time later this spring. It's this is a step, candidates have done this because they get two bites of the apple. We talk about it today and we talk about it when he formally announces.” Bloomberg’s Al Hunt points out - six months ago - Pawlenty was considered a dark horse candidate without much of a shot. Now - he says - that’s changed. “He is more than that dark horse right now. If you talk to Democrats, he is one of the two or three most likely nominees in their view. I’m not sure that’s right - there’s still a lot of challenges. Can he raise the money? He does not have name recognition. He is a guy with an impressive record as the governor of Minnesota. He is a true conservative without being strident.” But to former Bush speechwriter David Frum - Pawlenty’s less the “true” conservative and more the “generic” one. “...the sole remainder after every constituency in the GOP has exercised its veto: the tax people, the life people, the gun people, the defense people, the anti-Obamacare people, etc. etc. etc. ... Pawlenty’s current strategy might more aptly be compared to that of … Walter Mondale: the party’s least objectionable man...” The Washington Post’s Jon Cohen suggests, Pawlenty’s biggest challenge will be name recognition - pointing out a recent Washington Post/ABC News poll which found six in ten respondents said “don’t know” when asked their opinion of the former governor. “Among GOP men who expressed an opinion, Pawlenty runs about 4 to 1 favorable, but among women, there’s a narrow six-point gap between the percentages expressing favorable and unfavorable views (19 to 13 percent, with 67 undecided).” Christian Broadcasting Networks’ David Brody predicts - Pawlenty’ll make an especially strong pitch to evangelicals. But - Brody tells C-Span - he’ll have competition. “He is already making a major play. Everyone who says that the 2012 race has not officially gotten under way, it has gotten underway, no doubt about it. It’s just semantics. He is playing to the evangelical audience and Newt Gingrich will play to the evangelical audience. ... The other person I would add if he decides to run would be Mike Huckabee.” GOP contenders have been comparatively slow to announce during this election cycle. But the Minneapolis Star Tribune’s Jeremy Herb predicts rivals will soon be following suit. Transcript by Newsy.
26 Mar 2011
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BY ALLIE SPILLYARDS You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy. It’s been called America’s third war- but is the battle in Libya already at a standstill? Three high-profile lawmakers from the Senate Armed Services Committee dominated the Sunday morning talk shows saying the U.S. needs to step up. JOHN MCCAIN: “ This is a pretty bloody situation and it has the earmarks of being a stalemate.” JOE LIEBERMAN: “Every time we pull back it says to Ghaddafi that he can tough this out.” LINDSEY GRAHAM: “My recommendation to NATO and the administration is to cut the head of the snake off.” A panel on CNN’s State of the Union agreed with the senators. Retired General George Joulwan told CNN’s Candy Crowley the U.S. and NATO need a game plan in the ongoing war against Muammar Gaddafi. “I’m not sure the political objectives both by NATO and the United States are clear. That’s going to take some political work by the United States and NATO." Politico’s Josh Gerstein and Meredith Shiner note the allies originally avoided an aggressive attack on Gaddafi to prevent criticism. But now, it could backfire. “While Obama and other leaders have called for Qadhafi to step down, forcing him out is not one of the stated objectives of the military campaign, which is aimed at preventing attacks on civilians... Now critics see a stalemate producing a similar, slow-motion humanitarian crisis that could linger for months.” But according to the conservative blog American Thinker, perhaps critics are being too quick to judge. Last week the Obama administration announced the commitment of predator drones over Libya -- and analysts say the president is reluctantly joining the offensive. “It would be just like Obama to quietly rejoin the NATO air campaign against Gaddafi's forces after telling the American people that we would let the French lead the effort.” But the Tripoli Post cites Obama’s reasons for hesitancy, saying he’s keeping the past in mind. “Obama himself admitted that in Iraq, ‘regime change…took eight years, thousands of American and Iraqi lives, and nearly $1 trillion. That is not something we can afford to repeat in Libya.’” And because of that, CNN’s Barbara Starr suggests the criticism won’t disappear anytime soon. “Expect the debate about the word stalemate for many days to come.” Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multsource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Apr 2011
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BY PAUL ROLFE ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource politics video news analysis from Newsy. Here comes the bride... and it’s House Speaker John Boehner? The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee launched a website inviting viewers to a “R-Oil wedding”. Except this union is between Republicans and Oil companies, hence the play on words -- “R” and “Oil”. The flowered invitation tells “guests”: “In lieu of gifts, please send corporate tax breaks at the expense of middle class Americans.” (roilwedding****) But jokes aside - the campaign is opening up debate over oil subsidies. The Huffington Post says the DCCC has a point when you look at campaign contributions. “Indeed, the Republican Party's acceptance of campaign contributions from big oil vastly exceeds that of Democrats … $21.8 million for the GOP in the last election, compared to the Dems' $6.5 million.” The R-oil wedding comes at a time when President Barack Obama is calling for repealing $4 billion in yearly oil subsidies. What’s interesting is that Republican Speaker Boehner opened the door for the conversation in an interview with ABC earlier this week. Jonathan Karl: “For Speaker Boehner it was a significant shift that stunned Washington, suggesting a willingness to do away with tax breaks for big oil.” John Boehner: “We’re at a time when federal government is short on revenues, we need to control spending, but we need to have revenues to keep the government moving. And they ought to be paying their fair share.” The Wall Street Journal calls the whole thing a “gas price freakout” -- and it says Mr. Obama’s plan for increased revenue isn’t going to make things better at the pump. “Oh, and Mr. Obama wants to devote the proceeds to even more spending on ‘clean energy.’ The problem here is that some renewables (ethanol) increase the cost of driving, while the others (wind, solar) are irrelevant in transportation.” A columnist for Townhall says, if it’s all about gas prices, then there’s not much the U.S. can actually do. “[E]liminating subsidies for oil and gas will show little effect on either lowering or increasing prices at the pump because of the nature of the U.S.'s role in global prices in the crude oil market ... there is only so much the United States can do.” White House Press Secretary Jay Carney says the $4 billion in subsidies are no longer needed as an incentive to search for oil. He says repealing tax breaks is just a part of the solution. “There is no single silver bullet that’s suddenly going to bring us back to $2.50 gas. And that’s a reality, and that’s why we need a serious long term energy policy.” (Fox News) To get a sense of what $4 billion from oil subsidies means -- Exxon, alone, reported $11 billion in earnings in just the first quarter this year. (SOC) 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for political video news analysis from Newsy. Get more multisource politics video news analysis from Newsy. dd Transcript by Newsy.
3 May 2011
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BY ALANA YOUNG You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy The long-awaited and highly-debated photos of Osama bin Laden have surfaced for viewing -- but not for the general public. The Obama administration is allowing congressional members of the intelligence and armed services committees to view the photos at CIA headquarters in Virginia. Republican Senator Jim Inhofe was the first congressman to see the photos per request. He says seeing the pictures could help congressmen dispel doubts in their communities. He tells CNN the pictures were ‘gruesome’, and pretty graphic, and there is no doubt Osama bin Laden is dead. JIM INHOFE (R-OK): “Absolutely no question about it. A lot of people out there say I wanna see the pictures. I’ve already seen them, that was him, he’s gone, he’s history. Now, I still believe they should release these pictures -- some of the pictures to the general public -- at least some of the ones during the cleanup period on the U.S.S. Vincent. Although congressional members have the opportunity to view the pictures, not everyone is jumping at the chance. Senators Marco Rubio and Olympia Snow declined to see them, and Representative Adam Smith tells MSNBC, we should really get over this whole thing. ADAM SMITH (D-WASH): “Bin Laden is dead, there's no question about it. Al qaeda has confirmed it. His own family has confirmed it. We have at least a dozen executive branch officials that have seen not just photographs, but DNA, picture analysis, on and on." A writer for the Washington Examiner says the whole fiasco is ridiculous -- not just the demands to see photos. He says, showing the photos to only “special” members of Congress makes the death photos of a wanted man the source of a popularity contest. “Once shrouded in secrecy, it appears that the bin Laden photos now serve as a CIA peep show for elected officials. The rational against releasing the photos will be diminished as the parlor game of "who has" and "who hasn't" seen the photos consumes Washington political leaders.” But a writer for the Daily Kos says it’s not a bad idea for the Congressmen and women to see the photos -- but the general public... they should never see them. “I see no value in releasing the photos to the general public - it will only enflame some who already don't like the USA. What we need to happen is to have several people from the right side of the aisle see them, and then have the media do its job, and challenge those people to acknowledge that they've seen the photos that document that Osama bin Laden is truly dead.” The CIA began viewings per request on Tuesday. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your newsfeed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
14 May 2011
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15 Jul 2011
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July 19, 2011(3:24) A select Parliament investigative committee grilled Rupert and James Murdoch on News of the World and phone hacking.
20 Jul 2011
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BY STEVEN SPARKMAN You're watching multisource science news analysis from Newsy NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope project is still holding on, but at what cost? The telescope has been dubbed Hubble’s successor, but its funding was threatened back in July by a House budget bill. Now the Senate has thrown the project a bone. Space News reports. “The U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee approved a spending bill Sept. 15 that would cut NASA’s budget by 2.5 percent while boosting spending on the massively overbudget James Webb Space Telescope...” The project has had delays, setbacks, and budget problems, with the new bill putting the final cost at nearly $9 billion. That’s why the House moved to cut its funding entirely. But after the July House bill, scientists, officials and space enthusiasts lobbied to finish the project, saying $3 billion has already been spent -- money that would be wasted if the telescope is never finished. (Image source: NASA) Astronomer Neil deGrasse Tyson went on Real Time with Bill Maher in August to defend the project. He tried to put the amount of money at stake into perspective, comparing it to the $850 billion TARP bank bailout. “That sum of money is greater than the entire 50-year running budget of NASA. And so when someone says we don’t have enough money for this space probe, I’m asking -- no, it’s not that you don’t have enough money. It’s that the distribution of money that you’re spending is warped in some way that you are removing the only thing that gives people something to dream about tomorrow.” The new Senate bill was approved the same week the project hit a major milestone. The telescope’s mirrors were completed. Each one is nearly 5 feet in diameter, coated with a millionth of an inch thick coating of gold. If the telescope ever makes it into space, these gold mirrors will allow it to see the universe in more detail than ever before. (Video source: NASA / Space****) But astronomers are still cautious about celebrating. The Senate bill still has to pass a floor vote and be reconciled with the House bill. And even if the telescope is funded, the Senate bill cuts NASA’s overall budget. A writer for Florida Today notes: “As NASA siphons billions more to keep the Webb project alive, it takes money away from other important projects as well. What if, after gobbling up more funds, Webb still can't be completed and it's ultimately killed anyway?” These are longstanding concerns. In 2010, Nature dubbed James Webb “The Telescope that Ate Astronomy.” But if Webb ever gets off the ground, scientists say it will be able to see more than 13 billion years back in time, giving them an unprecedented understanding of our universe. A writer for Dvice says -- that’s the kind of insight only a project on this scale can provide. “Despite its flaws, we love NASA, and while it may ultimately make more sense for private industry to take over when it comes to actually getting stuff into space, nobody besides NASA is going to invest so heavily and so directly in raw science.” Transcript by Newsy
20 Sep 2011
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Logos, Committee of 300, 2012, Deception of God, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Religion, Darwin, World, War, Atheism, Satanism, Age, Aeon, Knights Templar, Jerusalem, Kabalah, Strange, new order
12 Oct 2011
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Logos, Committee of 300, 2012, Deception of God, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Religion, Darwin, World, War, Atheism, Satanism, Age, Aeon, Knights Templar, Jerusalem, Kabalah, Strange, new order
12 Oct 2011
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It's an honour for Indians as Amitabh Bachchan got an invitation from the Olympic Committee to carry olympic torch for olympic 2012 London.
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Today on Hard News, Blizzard renames its MOBA again, a Final Fantasy committee has been formed, and 2K Marin may be shutting down.
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This is my own Rolex Datejust watch collection. For inquiries regarding quotation, additional pictures and further details, please see ABOUT ME, or visit freereplica**** or freereplica****. Or send us an email freereplicagmail****. Thank you!
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