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Transcript by Newsy**** BY J.J. BAILEY You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy “So one of the big questions today is, ‘What did the U.S. get out of this visit?’” (Fox News) It’s a pretty pressing question, and one the U.S. and President Obama have an answer for: economic prospects. “Chinese and American people work together, and create new opportunities together, every single day. Mr. President, today we have shown that our governments can work together as well, for our mutual benefit.” REPORTER: “Among the deals announced yesterday- China purchasing 200 Boeing airplanes at a price tag of 19 billion dollars.” The Boeing contract was one of the most important, and certainly the most lucrative. According to Aviation Week, the significance of this deal was Chinese President Hu Jintao’s willingness to grant authority to airline carriers to complete these purchases. “Despite signed contracts with an aircraft maker, Chinese carriers cannot complete any airplane purchases without approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of China.” The publication says now that the deals are in motion, the orders are only going to get bigger. “Boeing estimates that in the next 20 years, China will need 4,330 new aircraft worth more than $480 billion and that the nation will be the company’s largest customer.” China also agreed to sign 70 other contracts for American products -- with an estimated worth of $25 billion. But while American media is focusing on the economic gain from the visit, CNN says the Chinese care about symbolism. “They’re more interested protocol, the pomp, the 21 gun salutes, and the state dinner President Hu was afforded in Washington. Because to them, respect is the most important. They hope the US will give China and Hu Jintao the respect that befits a nation as big as China and as important as China.” Finally, Commerce Secretary Gary Locke says, while the visit saw significant progress in its economic relationship over this visit, the real challenges are still to come. “The proof is going to be in their implementation. That’s where we on the government side and the business leaders- and not just the United States but all around the world- need to keep pressing the Chinese on the importance of their commitments, the promises they made when they joined the WTO some 9 years ago...” The White House estimates the Boeing and other contracts with China will create some 235,000 jobs. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
25 Jan 2011
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy As President Obama puts the finishing touches on his State of the Union address - lawmakers and the media are busy picking out corsages. KSWB-TV: “Tomorrow will be date night for Congress, as Republicans and Democrats will sit together for the annual speech.” HLN: “Date night in D.C. ... Kind of like boy/girl, boy/girl, Republican/Democrat.” It’s like prom night on Capitol Hill. And Democratic Senator Mark Udall is the chairman of the prom committee. He’s proposing Democrats and Republicans sit together at the president’s address as a symbol of civility following the shooting rampage in Arizona earlier this month. And lawmakers are playing along -- for the most part, anyway. ABC: SEN. KAY BAILEY HUTCHISON: “I don't have a date.” SEN. KENT CONRAD: “Kay, I'm available.” (LAUGHTER) (FLASH) CHRISTIANE AMANPOUR: “Senator Conrad, have you picked a date?” SEN. KENT CONRAD: “I just asked Kay.” (LAUGHTER) Fox News: SEN. DICK DURBIN (D-IL): “My new Senate Republican colleague from Illinois Mark Kirk and I will sit together. I'm bringing the popcorn and he is bringing a coke with two straws.” By Sunday - more than 50 members of Congress had paired off. And according to a new CNN poll - most Americans like the idea - with 72 percent saying they want to see the mixed seating. The president is set to discuss jobs, the deficit, and the GOP’s health care repeal efforts. But Politico’s Carol Lee and Glenn Thrush are among the commentators who worry - the theatrics of Congressional “date night” could trump substance. “Still, the event offers the president the largest audience he’ll get all year, one that rivals the viewership for the Academy Awards. Obama’s first State of the Union address, last year, drew 48 million viewers...” But in guest commentary for The Washington Post - leadership consultant Carol Kinsey Goman says you can joke about the theatrics - but there’s real potential in this idea. “Congress is right to understand that where they sit sends a signal about their power dynamics and willingness to cooperate... I'm not saying that this symbolic seating arrangement one evening will foster actual, long-term collaboration. But I do think it's at least a scoot in the right direction.” There IS at least one bi-PARTY-san pooper -- Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says he’s planning to sit where he’s always sat. Wanna see who’s paired off so far? Check out the link in our transcript section. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
28 Jan 2011
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BY JJ BAILEY You're watching multisource entertainment video news analysis from Newsy. “Finally... Finally... The Rock has come back to Anaheim! Which means finally the rock has come back... home.” (Sky Sports) Can you smell what The Rock is cooking? Smells like a comeback. The wrestler-turned-actor gave the crowd on Monday Night Raw a valentine -- announcing he will return to host --- drum roll --- Wrestlemania 27. Since busting out of the ring in 2004, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has made bank in Hollywood. Check this movie list. The Scorpion King, Faster, The Tooth Fairy, Race to ‘W’itch Mountain. So, why go back on the mat? A writer for the Washington Post says -- two words -- face time. “It has the distinct odor of publicity stunt. (Johnson)...used his WWE popularity as a launching pad for a career making a string of meathead-does-good movies...” But Inside Pulse thinks, it’s not The Great One who’s on the ropes here, it’s the WWE. They note a conference call held by Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon with investors in which the commissioner... “...noted some “trends” in the fourth quarter that they were not happy with, particularly the decline in live event attendance and the huge 40% drop in home video.” MTV says, if that’s the case, The Most Electrifying Man in All of Entertainment is just what the listing industry needs. “… the fact that the Rock has returned is enough to not only keep current fans thrilled but also to bring back people who loved Johnson the first time around.” But as the Rock says “know your role and shut your mouth.” Johnson tried to end the media speculation on Raw, and told the world why he came back. “It’s not because of the money. It’s not to promote a movie. I am back in the middle of this ring because of you. I love you, and it is because of you that I’m back in this ring and it’s because of you, and I give you my word, that I am never, ever, going away.” Sky Sports Let us know your thoughts on The Rock’s Return in our comments section. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for daily updates. Get more multisource entertainment video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
19 Feb 2011
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Bloomington, Indiana rock/alt country band Murder By Death plays a sold out show at Johnny Brenda's in Fishtown, Philadelphia -- here they perform "foxglove" from Good Morning, Magpie. Make sure to watch the interview Ann Bailey, from Breakfast at Sulimay's, did with Adam Turla before the show! Distributed by Tubemogul.
9 Mar 2011
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Chalet Girl is the new British comedy with an all star cast including Felicity Jones, Ed Westwick, Tamsin Egerton, Bill Bailey, Brooke Shields and Bill Nighy. 19 year-old ex-skateboarder Kim is working in a burger bar but finds herself a chalet girl job in a glam ski resort for the cash. She can't ski -- and she doesn't understand the posh world she's in but when she finds an old snowboard, she begins to teach herself to board and finds that her skateboarding skills lead to a raw natural talent on the board! She also starts catching the attention of the handsome Jonny (Ed Westwick), one of her bosses. Can she overcome the odds - and herself- to become a champion snowboarder & claim the man? Chalet Girl, in cinemas on March 16, is an ice-cool comedy packed with laughter, romance and kick-ass snowboarding.
16 Mar 2011
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BY LIZ REED ANCHOR ALEX HOLLEY You're watching multisource health news analysis from Newsy One small child with a peanut allergy has led a group of parents to protest her presence in a Florida classroom. Edgewater Elementary is required by law to protect the 6-year-old girl, which includes employing a peanut-sniffing dog, forcing her classmate to wash their hands repeatedly and rinse out mouths. CNN breaks down the tension building between parents and the precautions. REPORTER: “Parents are debating whether the rule infringes on the rights of students and take time away from education.” PARENT 1: “I guess it’s not fair, for one kid to have a set of standards that rest of the kids have to abide by.” PARENT 2: “It’s protecting the safety of the child, everybody has a right to an education.” The Centers for Disease Control says food allergies have increased by 18 percent from 1997 to 2007, so the school’s actions could impact other districts with allergic students. NBC reveals Edgewater parents’ frustrations. REPORTER: “How much time is being wasted washing hands in your mind?” MOTHER: “30 minutes, almost 30 minutes a day.” REPORTER: “In a week?” MOTHER: “Two and a half hours.” REPORTER: “And do you add it up over the school year?” MOTHER: “Almost, what, 80 hours?” REPORTER: “And that to you is?” MOTHER: “A lot of time that’s being taken away from their education.” But a reporter from Orlando’s WFLX, who also has a child with food allergies, reports the school’s protocol is helpful, if not necessary, for the health of all children. “I have been told over and over again that because of the protocol of being in class with Brody, other kids don’t get sick as much. Think about it, if you’re forcing kids to wash their hands, if you’re forcing kids to wipe their faces--the germs, forget about the allergen, the germs aren’t going back and forth.” A former teacher weighed in on Fox News - questioning the burden being put on first graders. “This is borderline ridiculous. The mother said the child could not just develop a rash but possibly die if she were exposed. So are you telling me that your placing the potential death of a 6-year-old in the hands of a 6-year-old?” WKMG goes straight to the source and asks the father about his daughter’s role in the struggle. REPORTER: “The Bailey’s apologize for the interruption but say it’s their job to protect their child.” DAD: “We would love for everything to be normal. And I’d love to have everybody else have a normal life.” In response to the parents’ protest, school officials decided students will no longer have to rinse their mouths with water. 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for updates in your feed. Get more multisource health video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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To kick off Baseball season GamePro editors Kat Bailey and Tom Price square off in a match between the Twins and the SF Giants in MLB 11 The Show.
1 Apr 2011
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BY JJ BAILEY AND CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource business news analysis from Newsy The Oracle of Omaha has just lost his chief disciple. Warren Buffet’s number one lieutenant -- David Sokol -- has resigned amidst a brewing controversy. Fox Business has the back story. “Deeper down, six paragraphs in- you know Warren Buffett just announced that Berkshire is going to buy the company Lubrizol, which is a specialty chemicals company, for $9 billion that’s a big purchase, that Dave Sokol had brought him the idea in January to do this, and then he, meaning, Warren, later learned- he’s written all this in the press release- that Dave Sokol owned shares in Lubirzol.” Sokol was widely considered a top candidate to succeed Buffett. Both men insist the resignation is unrelated to the Lubrizol controversy -- and there was nothing illegal about the stock purchase. Sokol defended himself on CNBC Thursday morning. “The reality is I have no control over a deal ever happening. And so to -- I mean, the alternative would be for me to only invest family assets and if I think there's a good deal for Berkshire not give it to them. That to me makes no sense. It's ultimately their decision. And if I see a company that I think is interesting and potentially undervalued, to not mention it to Warren to me seems in inappropriate.” Okay, so it might not be ILLEGAL - writes The New York Times’ Andrew Ross Sorkin - but he’s facing a serious perception problem. And at the very least - Sorkin suggests - it was poor judgement. “I have met Mr. Sokol before … and take his word that he thought he had acted completely appropriately. But the facts paint an unattractive picture... [E]ven though he had no control of Mr. Buffett’s ultimate decision, he was one of only a select few who were in a position to influence such a transaction.” The transaction is widely expected to be heavily scrutinized by the SEC. And Neal Lipschutz, managing editor of Dow Jones Newswires, says, no matter how much Buffett and Sokol try to clear the air in the press, the cloud will remain. “It’s almost as if Mr. Buffett is trying to close the book on this, which will be difficult by saying, I’ve basically said everything I know here, I’ve held nothing back, so if anyone asks me again about this, I’ll just refer to this letter. In the real world, it won’t be that simple. There will be lots of questions asked about-- what can be characterized minimally as a set of very unusual circumstances.” (Video Source: Wall Street Journal) To a panel on Fox Business though - it also raises questions about Buffett himself - as well as the industry. HOST 1: “You can't be squeaky clean and that big because you can't keep control of what that many people are doing. Maybe that's the story here.” HOST 2: “Maybe he should keep control. I mean, what are the internal controls here to stop executives dealing in any kind of stock?” (FLASH) HOST 3: “There's insider activity happening every day on Wall Street and this is another example of it. I think most people out there actually say and realize, look, the insiders are getting it better than we are.” Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
5 Apr 2011
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How to Make a Mudslide - part of the exotic cocktails video series by GeoBeats. Hi folks. This is Craig at Mission Dolores. We're going to make our House Mudslide. Alright, lets put in some ice in a glass. We'd hit up a little bit of vodka here to get started, and then we're going to put equal parts Frangelico and Baileys. Oh Yeah! Get Messy. There you go, Mudslide, Mission Dolores.
5 Apr 2011
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BY J.J. BAILEY ANCHOR JIM FLINK You're watching multisource entertainment video news analysis from Newsy. “Crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and hear the lamentations of the women. Remember when I promised to kill you last? I lied. ...I’ll be back.” Entertainment Weekly And he is! The 63-year-old body builder-turned-action-star-turned-governor is set to star as the lead in an animated series called- what else- “The Governator.” The show will combine Ah-nold’s life as a body builder, actor, and governor and will feature a number of sidekicks- one being a computer genius with the clever name of Zeke Muckerburg. The media seems split over Schwarzenegger’s return to acting. On CNN’s American Morning, hosts congratulate Arnie on his humility in doing the show. “It’s good he’s embracing it, right?” “Yeah why not?” “Instead of trying to pretend he wasn’t the star of Terminator.” “If there’s one thing he’d done his entire life, it’s embrace who he is.” And Daily Mail says the humor in the show is apparent, noting that the villains have an... interesting moniker. “[A]n evil organisation called Gangsters Imposters Racketeers Liars & Irredeemable Ex-cons. … But for anyone worried that this could become a tongue twister, Schwarzenegger is already one step ahead and has abbreviated (and belittled) the ghastly crew’s name to ‘G.I.R.L.I.E Men’.” Some aren’t taking it so lightly, however. A blogger for the San Francisco Chronicle says, The Governator may have jumped the gun a bit on this. “Schwarzenegger has just entered the period when, as happens with all former governors, he is about to begin looking better and wiser than people thought of him during his replacement's honeymoon. But I think it will be a few years before Californians look upon him as a superhero.” And Dennis Romero, a blogger for LA Weekly, takes criticism further, saying the former governor is getting credit where it isn’t deserved. “Basing a superhero on a job that was anything but super is just stupid and maybe glib. … [W]e want to laugh it off and give him a pass, fine. But then everyone who takes that seat -- Jerry Brown included -- is just a comic book character from here on out. We have a better comic-book name for Arnold anyway: The Tool.” Despite the dispute, Co-creator and comic book legend Stan Lee says he’s excited about the show, suggesting Arnold is still a big name in the entertainment business. “There are many politicians that could lend themselves to a cartoon, but as far as being a superhero, I’m lucky, there’s only one Arnold Schwarzenegger, and I got him.” The show will have a comic book accompany it, designed by Lee, and is set to premier in 2012. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your stream Transcript by Newsy.
9 Apr 2011
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BY JJ BAILEY You're watching multisource politics video news analysis from Newsy. Public blowback as a survey released Public Policy Polling suggests that 46% of Republicans in Mississippi think interracial marriage should be illegal. The survey was conducted from March 24-27 and surveyed 400 Republican voters. Nested in with questions about which presidential candidates they preferred, respondents were asked: Do you think interracial marriage should be legal or illegal? When published, the results when straight into newscasts. “Almost half of mississippi republicans think interracial marriage should be against the Not surprising in the same poll mississippi republicans think their governor, haley barbour, should be the gop nominee for president.” And the blogosphere’s reaction was fast and furious. A Care 2 writer fumes... “Since interracial marriage has been legal in Mississippi for less than fifty years, this poll result is even more depressing. After all, the respondents weren't simply passing a moral judgment on interracial marriage, they were saying that they thought it should be banned outright.” And a writer for The Stir takes it a step further, attacking the citizens of Mississippi. “No, these survey results do not date back to the Civil War or Civil Rights Movement. They're from today, 2011. Are these people out of their minds, or is Mississippi stuck in some kind of hate-filled time warp? I tend to think it's more so the latter …” Despite PPP being taken at its word - many are noting, the firm is not unbiased. The Daily Mail called the firm Democrat-affiliated- while the Antlantic Wire called it liberal-leaning. (AOC) And a writer for Discover Magazine dissected the numbers further, comparing the results to General Social Survey, a study that was repeated every year for 30 years until 2002. He says, the numbers don’t quite add up. “By 2002 it was a consistent finding that less than 10% of Americans would accede to the proposition that interracial marriage should be legally banned. So the finding that 46% of Mississippi Republicans agree with that position, and that only 40% reject it outright, is somewhat curious.” He goes on to break down the results by political ideology, noting that Mississippi Republicans who identified as “Very Liberal” or “Somewhat Liberal” were the most in favor of banning interracial marriage, which may have clouded the results. “I think the liberal Republican opposition to interracial marriage in Mississippi is due to small sample size and mistaken responses. I really doubt there are very many liberal Republicans in Mississippi.” Finally, Talking Points Memo takes a look at what these responses mean for presidential hopefuls in 2012. “The poll also found that voters who thought interracial marriage should be banned liked Barbour, Palin, and Huckabee the most among the slate of potential GOP presidential candidates. Seventy-nine percent of those voters said they approved of Gov. Barbour's job performance, while 74% said they had a favorable opinion of Sarah Palin, and 73% viewed Huckabee favorably.” PPP has said they also asked non-Republican voters the interracial marriage question, and those results will be released sometime in the future. They also asked whether respondents believe the right side won the Civil War. 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for health video news updates in your feed. Get more multisource politics video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
12 Apr 2011
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BY ALLIE SPILLYARDS ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy Last week’s budget showdown was over billions of dollars. But that’s just pocket change compared to the number that matters now. $14.294 trillion. It’s called the debt ceiling. And to hear politicos talking about it- it sounds like Congress is preparing for doomsday. KAY BAILEY HUTCHINSON: “Really the debt ceiling's going to be Armageddon.” EZRA KLEIN: “The economy will go into a tail spin. It will be a catastrophe.” ERROL LOUIS: “The repercussions would be profound. They would be severe. And they would be permanent.” Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner predicts the U.S. will hit its debt ceiling in mid-May -- which makes the need for compromise all the more urgent. So what exactly is the debt ceiling? ABC’s David Kerley explains. “It’s like defaulting on your home mortgage. Nobody would loan you anymore money without a much higher interest payment.” But CNBC’s Erin Burnett argues, borrowing is not really a necessity. ERIN BURNETT: “We are a very wealthy country. If you look at our assets, we could pay down the debt tomorrow. We choose to borrow because we can borrow at incredibly low interest rates. Our country, because we are the safest country in the world, has this ability to borrow. And to choose to borrow and to pay it down later. Other countries don’t have that choice.” Her colleague Jim Cramer warns- the debt is a serious issue. JIM CRAMER: “Everyone’s playing with fire. We’re no better than these European countries that are in trouble.” ABC’s Jake Tapper calls last week’s 2011 budget standoff a slap fight compared to what the U.S. could be facing with the battle over raising the debt ceiling. “While a government shutdown was serious, defaulting on US debt ... could mean Social Security and veterans benefits cut, a collapse of the stock market, home prices plummeting, tax hikes, a curtailing of Medicare, Medicaid, student loans, and much more.” And according to The Washington Post’s Ezra Klein - the effects wouldn’t just be short term. “Right now, the market doesn't believe that our political system would ever allow a debt default. The morning after a default happens, the market will have been proven wrong, and it will have been proven wrong permanently: If it can happen once, it can happen again in 20 years. In that world, the cheap debt that America enjoys and relies on is gone forever, and our economy is likely to be permanently worse off for it.” But don’t expect an agreement any time soon. A writer for CNN Money says... “In any case, coming to agreement on any long-term plan -- balanced or not -- is unlikely to happen in the next month. So don't be surprised if lawmakers just approve a series of small increases to the debt ceiling while the negotiations continue.” According to the latest NBC News Wall Street Journal Poll 62% of Americans say the debt ceiling shouldn’t be raised. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
12 Apr 2011
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17 Apr 2011
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GamePro editors, Kat Bailey and McKinley Noble, argue over the age old question: Is Mortal Kombat a good game?
21 Apr 2011
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BY STEPHANIE STOUFFER ANCHOR ANA COMPAIN-ROMERO You're watching multisource sports video news analysis from Newsy. Kentucky Derby fans will be seeing no mo’ of Uncle Mo... The three-year-old colt was scratched from the race because of a lingering intestinal problem. Trainer Todd Pletcher tells Versus why he and Uncle Mo’s owner made the call to keep him out. “The thing that’s difficult for us is that we’re dealing with an internal issue, you know. And you’re dealing with a patient who can’t talk to you ... This is a race that you gotta be not 100% but 1000% if you’re gonna win.” The scratch comes as a surprise to some -- Uncle Mo was the second favorite of oddsmakers. But ESPN’s Jerry Bailey says Uncle Mo’s absence won’t be a race-changer. “He’s not the imposing horse he was last year nor has he been for the last month. He was soundly beaten in the Wood Memorial, then he had an infection, and his two subsequent works here at Churchill Downs were ordinary at best. But hey, Repole and Pletcher, they have a backup. Stay Thirsty is still in the race, and as wide open as this derby is, he still has a small chance.” And what about Uncle Mo’s jockey? Well, he has a Plan B, too. According to the Thoroughbred Times... “Velazquez was able to pick up Derby rides in both 2009 and 2010 because his would-be mounts were pulled … The same scenario looked like it would play out again this year, but Velazquez was able to pick up the mount on Animal Kingdom.” So with Uncle Mo out and 18 other horses still in -- who’s going home with the roses? With four-to-one odds, Dialed In is picked to win. The LA Times says: “Dialed In is the deserving morning-line favorite since he has yet to lose to another three-year-old this season. If the pace is fast, he is the one closer that can wheel past the field with ease.” And Fox Sports says: “He runs from well off the pace, a style that suits the Derby, where over-eager jockeys riding young, speedy horses often set a suicidal pace, only to back up in the stretch.” The winner of the roses also wins a cool $1.4 million and change. 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for updates in your feed. Get more multisource sports video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
10 May 2011
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God's power outpoured upon Biloxi Mississippi; under the big top Tent. Souls were Saved, Delivered and Healed, while enjoying good Gospel Music and Singing. Apostle Bailey was the Keynote Speaker.
12 May 2011
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