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Open Phones

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7:00:10 AM - 7:47:27 AM
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7:00:10 AM - 7:47:27 AM

Open Phones

Call-In

Viewers expressed their opinions on the first presidential debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney, “What question would you liked asked at tonight’s debate?”
In a phone interview, Bob Warner of the Philadelphia Inquirer explained the Pennsylvania court delay of the enforcement of the state’s voter identification law requirement. A judge ruled that he was not sure that the state had ensured that voters could get an ID by the November 6 election.

0 hours, 47 minutes | 242 Views

Young Voters and the 2012 Election

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7:50:13 AM - 8:43:07 AM
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7:50:13 AM - 8:43:07 AM

Young Voters and the 2012 Election

Call-In

Abby Kiesa discussed who falls into the category of "youth voter", their main issues and concerns and the level of enthusiasm among those who voted in 2008. She answered questions from viewers.
Nancy Calo read the latest headline news from C-SPAN Radio.

0 hours, 52 minutes | 332 Views

Presidential Debate Preview

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8:44:10 AM - 9:20:52 AM
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8:44:10 AM - 9:20:52 AM

Presidential Debate Preview

Call-In

Robert Erikson previewed the first debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney. He also answered questions from viewers and University of Denver students, who participated via Skype.

0 hours, 36 minutes | 315 Views

Katherine Mangu-Ward on Voting

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9:22:25 AM - 10:01:28 AM
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9:22:25 AM - 10:01:28 AM

Katherine Mangu-Ward on Voting

Call-In

Katherine Mangu-Ward talked about her Reason Magazine cover story, “Your Vote Doesn’t Count,” and she responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. She argued that while voting is widely thought to be one of the most important things a person can do, the reasons people give for why they vote are flawed, unconvincing, and sometimes even dangerous. 
This program was part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine articles.

0 hours, 39 minutes | 906 Views

Presidential Debate Preparations from the University of Denver

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10:04:16 AM - 10:06:10 AM

Media outlets finalized their preparations for the first presidential debate from the University of Denver.

0 hours, 1 minutes | 108 Views

President Obama in Las Vegas

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10:06:11 AM - 10:18:41 AM
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10:06:11 AM - 10:18:41 AM

President Obama in Las Vegas

White House Event

President Obama campaigned in Las Vegas, Nevada. He spoke about a number of issues and talked about upcoming presidential candidates debates with Mitt Romney scheduled to begin the following week.

0 hours, 12 minutes | 391 Views

Mitt Romney Campaign Rally

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10:18:59 AM - 10:28:49 AM
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10:18:59 AM - 10:28:49 AM

Mitt Romney Campaign Rally

Public Affairs Event

Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney attended a campaign rally at the Wings of the Rockies Air and Space Museum in Denver, Colorado. In his remarks he said he looked forward to participating in the presidential debates so he could have a “conversation with the American people over the next month” and help them decide who to vote for president.

0 hours, 9 minutes | 879 Views

Presidential Debate Preparations from the University of Denver

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10:28:55 AM - 10:31:16 AM

Media outlets finalized their preparations for the first presidential debate from the University of Denver.

0 hours, 2 minutes | 28 Views

Operations in Afghanistan

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10:31:16 AM - 10:37:42 AM
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10:31:16 AM - 10:37:42 AM

Operations in Afghanistan

News Conference

Lieutenant General Adrian Bradshaw (British Army) briefed reporters on progress and transition in Afghanistan. He addressed the threat of insider attacks against coalition forces, saying the environment was safer and officials had devised a better system for identifying those threats. In addition, he said an investigation is still ongoing regarding an incident in Eastern Afghanistan which killed two Americans and three Afghan soldiers on September 30.

0 hours, 6 minutes | 484 Views

Operations in Afghanistan

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10:38:18 AM - 11:24:39 AM
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10:38:18 AM - 11:24:39 AM

Operations in Afghanistan

News Conference

Lieutenant General Adrian Bradshaw (British Army) briefed reporters on progress and transition in Afghanistan. He addressed the threat of insider attacks against coalition forces, saying the environment was safer and officials had devised a better system for identifying those threats. In addition, he said an investigation is still ongoing regarding an incident in Eastern Afghanistan which killed two Americans and three Afghan soldiers on September 30.

0 hours, 46 minutes | 484 Views

Presidential Debate Preparations from the University of Denver

LIVE

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11:27:03 AM - 11:28:40 AM

Preparations were under way at The University of Denver for the Presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.

0 hours, 1 minutes | 23 Views

VA Bus Touts - Group 3 (Candidate for 2012)

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11:28:45 AM - 11:29:46 AM
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11:28:45 AM - 11:29:46 AM

VA Bus Touts - Group 3 (Candidate for 2012)

Vignette

College students in Virginia spoke about the 2012 Presidential election. This was a highlight from the Tout.com section of the C-SPAN Debate Hub showing brief video messages.

0 hours, 1 minutes | 61 Views

Nebraska Senate Debate

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11:29:46 AM - 12:29:10 PM
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11:29:46 AM - 12:29:10 PM

Nebraska Senate Debate

Public Affairs Event

Nebraska U. S. senatorial candidates Bob Kerrey (D) and Deb Fischer (R) debated various campaign issues. Among the topics they addressed were agriculture policy, the economy, taxes and education.

0 hours, 59 minutes | 1,129 Views

Presidential Debate Preparations from the University of Denver

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12:29:36 PM - 12:32:38 PM

Final preparations were made in the media center for the first presidential debate at the University of Denver.

0 hours, 3 minutes | 62 Views

U.S.-China Relations

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12:34:04 PM - 2:17:03 PM
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12:34:04 PM - 2:17:03 PM

U.S.-China Relations

Public Affairs Event

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and former U.S. Ambassador to China Stapleton Roy talked about the upcoming 18th National Congress of China and the implications of the new leaders for U.S.-China relations. China was to have new Communist Party leaders as of November 8th, 2012.

1 hours, 42 minutes | 1,731 Views

Presidential Debate Preparations from the University of Denver

LIVE

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2:18:27 PM - 2:19:46 PM

Media outlets finished preparations for the first presidential debate from the University of Denver.

0 hours, 1 minutes | 17 Views

VA Bus Touts - Group 1 (Most Important Issue in 2012)

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2:19:51 PM - 2:20:39 PM

College students in Virginia spoke about the issues in the 2012 Presidential election that were most important to them. This was a highlight from the Tout.com section of the C-SPAN Debate Hub showing brief video messages.

0 hours, 0 minutes | 34 Views

Texas Senate Debate

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2:20:45 PM - 3:15:50 PM
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2:20:45 PM - 3:15:50 PM

Texas Senate Debate

Public Affairs Event

Candidates Ted Cruz (R) and Paul Sadler (D) participated in a debate for the Senate seat vacated by retiring Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison.

0 hours, 55 minutes | 335 Views

Presidential Debate Preparations from the University of Denver

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3:16:26 PM - 3:17:52 PM

Media outlets finished preparations for the first presidential debate at the University of Denver.

0 hours, 1 minutes | 47 Views

Analysis of Presidential Debates

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3:18:08 PM - 4:23:14 PM
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3:18:08 PM - 4:23:14 PM

Analysis of Presidential Debates

Public Affairs Event

Journalists and political communication scholars talked about analyzing presidential debates, focusing on what is important beyond “who won” and “who lost.” They discussed debate formats, leadership traits, and candidates' grasps of the issues, among other topics. They responded to questions from tweets and members of the audience. Gene Policinski moderated.
Clips of prior presidential debates were shown and analyzed throughout the program.
“Beyond Wins and Losses: A Citizen’s Guide to the 2012 Presidential Debates” was held at the Newseum by the National Communication Association and the First Amendment Center.

1 hours, 5 minutes | 2,015 Views

VA Bus Touts - Group 3 (Candidate for 2012)

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4:24:56 PM - 4:25:56 PM
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4:24:56 PM - 4:25:56 PM

VA Bus Touts - Group 3 (Candidate for 2012)

Vignette

College students in Virginia spoke about the 2012 Presidential election. This was a highlight from the Tout.com section of the C-SPAN Debate Hub showing brief video messages.

0 hours, 1 minutes | 61 Views

Presidential Candidates' Debating Styles

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4:27:49 PM - 5:25:58 PM
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4:27:49 PM - 5:25:58 PM

Presidential Candidates' Debating Styles

Interview

Professors Alan Schroeder and Warren Decker examined the debating styles of President Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney, who were to meet the following evening for the first of three debates. White House correspondent Laura Meckler discussed the candidates' preparation for the debates. Professor John Sides talked about the relevance of presidential debates. C-SPAN archival video from past presidential debates was shown.
Professor Schroeder participated by video link from Boston and Ms. Meckler and Professor Sides from the C-SPAN newsroom.

0 hours, 58 minutes | 176 Views

Presidential Candidates Debate

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5:28:39 PM - 5:30:40 PM
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5:28:39 PM - 5:30:40 PM

Presidential Candidates Debate

Public Affairs Event

Vice President George Bush and Governor Michael Dukakis met in the second of the two debates in the 1988 campaign. It was best-remembered for the first question, about the death penalty, asked by moderator Bernard Shaw of CNN. Other panelists were Margaret Warner (Newseek), Andrea Mitchell (NBC) and Ann Compton (ABC).
The debate was held in the Pauley Pavilion of the University of California, Los Angeles. Each candidate was questioned in turn with two minutes to respond and a one-minute rebuttal. The panelists were allowed to ask follow-up questions. Each candidate had two minutes for a closing statement.

0 hours, 2 minutes | 4,547 Views

Presidential Candidates Debate

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5:30:45 PM - 5:32:40 PM
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5:30:45 PM - 5:32:40 PM

Presidential Candidates Debate

Public Affairs Event

In the third and final debate sponsored by the Commission on Presidential Debates, presidential candidates debated in a town-hall format, with both candidates taking questions from an audience of undecided voters chosen by the Gallup organization. The debate opened with a moment of silence to mark the death of Missouri Governor Carnahan. In sometimes antagonistic exchanges the candidates addressed various issues including health care, tax cuts, education, and Affirmative Action. Both tended to agree, however, on policy toward the Middle East.

0 hours, 1 minutes | 3,543 Views

Presidential Leadership

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5:32:40 PM - 6:59:34 PM
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5:32:40 PM - 6:59:34 PM

Presidential Leadership

Public Affairs Event

Political experts talked about the leadership styles of President Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. They discussed differences between campaigning and governing, relationships with Congress, partisanship, and the candidates' ability to negotiate and reach agreements. Jon Huntsman in his comments said of Mitt Romney’s experience experience that running a government and a business are very different and that there was not a good example yet of a business person coming in and running government like a business successfully.

1 hours, 26 minutes | 1,321 Views

Presidential Debate Preview

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7:00:20 PM - 8:32:05 PM
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7:00:20 PM - 8:32:05 PM

Presidential Debate Preview

Call-In

Telephone lines were open for comments on the presidential campaign prior to the first of three presidential debates. Also included were interviews with journalists and debate officials, as well as discussion on the debate format, venue, and candidate preparations.

1 hours, 31 minutes | 680 Views

2012 Presidential Debate Prologue

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8:32:11 PM - 9:00:29 PM
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8:32:11 PM - 9:00:29 PM

2012 Presidential Debate Prologue

Public Affairs Event

Debate organizers briefed the audience on proper etiquette, standards of conduct, and rules for the presidential debate at the University of Denver.

0 hours, 28 minutes | 1,223 Views

2012 Presidential Candidates Debate

LIVE

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9:01:23 PM - 10:34:55 PM
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9:01:23 PM - 10:34:55 PM

2012 Presidential Candidates Debate

White House Event

President Obama and Mitt Romney debated domestic policy issues in a nationally televised debate from the University of Denver. The debate, presented in the a split-screen format, focused on domestic policy. Topics included the state of the economy, tax policy, the future of Medicare, education, and government regulation.

1 hours, 33 minutes | 91,076 Views

Presidential Debate Reaction, Part 1

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10:34:55 PM - 11:31:03 PM
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10:34:55 PM - 11:31:03 PM

Presidential Debate Reaction, Part 1

Call-In

Telephone lines were open for reaction to the first of three debates between presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney as live scenes were shown from the debate site at the University of Denver. Electronic communications were also shown. Debate attendees were interviewed in Denver. Convention delegates were interviewed by telephone. Video clips from the debate were also shown.

0 hours, 56 minutes | 2,398 Views

2012 Presidential Candidates Debate

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11:31:03 PM - 1:02:58 AM
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11:31:03 PM - 1:02:58 AM

2012 Presidential Candidates Debate

White House Event

President Obama and Mitt Romney debated domestic policy issues in a nationally televised debate from the University of Denver. The debate, presented in the a split-screen format, focused on domestic policy. Topics included the state of the economy, tax policy, the future of Medicare, education, and government regulation.

1 hours, 31 minutes | 91,076 Views

Presidential Debate Reaction, Part 2

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1:02:58 AM - 2:00:52 AM
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1:02:58 AM - 2:00:52 AM

Presidential Debate Reaction, Part 2

Call-In

Telephone lines were open for reaction after the first re-air of the first of three debates between presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Electronic communications were also shown. Video clips were shown of comments from the spin room at the debate site at the University of Denver and from television commentators. Video clips from the debate were also shown.

0 hours, 57 minutes | 204 Views

2012 Presidential Candidates Debate

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2:00:58 AM - 3:34:46 AM
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2:00:58 AM - 3:34:46 AM

2012 Presidential Candidates Debate

White House Event

President Obama and Mitt Romney debated domestic policy issues in a nationally televised debate from the University of Denver. The debate, presented in the a split-screen format, focused on domestic policy. Topics included the state of the economy, tax policy, the future of Medicare, education, and government regulation.

1 hours, 33 minutes | 91,076 Views

2012 Presidential Debate Prologue

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3:39:34 AM - 3:43:57 AM
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3:39:34 AM - 3:43:57 AM

2012 Presidential Debate Prologue

Public Affairs Event

Debate organizers briefed the audience on proper etiquette, standards of conduct, and rules for the presidential debate at the University of Denver.

0 hours, 4 minutes | 1,223 Views

2012 Presidential Candidates Debate

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3:43:57 AM - 5:17:47 AM
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3:43:57 AM - 5:17:47 AM

2012 Presidential Candidates Debate

White House Event

President Obama and Mitt Romney debated domestic policy issues in a nationally televised debate from the University of Denver. The debate, presented in the a split-screen format, focused on domestic policy. Topics included the state of the economy, tax policy, the future of Medicare, education, and government regulation.

1 hours, 33 minutes | 91,076 Views

2012 Presidential Debate Prologue

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5:21:09 AM - 5:25:32 AM
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5:21:09 AM - 5:25:32 AM

2012 Presidential Debate Prologue

Public Affairs Event

Debate organizers briefed the audience on proper etiquette, standards of conduct, and rules for the presidential debate at the University of Denver.

0 hours, 4 minutes | 1,223 Views

2012 Presidential Candidates Debate

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5:25:32 AM - 6:59:22 AM
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5:25:32 AM - 6:59:22 AM

2012 Presidential Candidates Debate

White House Event

President Obama and Mitt Romney debated domestic policy issues in a nationally televised debate from the University of Denver. The debate, presented in the a split-screen format, focused on domestic policy. Topics included the state of the economy, tax policy, the future of Medicare, education, and government regulation.

1 hours, 33 minutes | 91,076 Views

Party Leader Miliband Remarks to Labour Party Conference

In Progress

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6:00:14 AM - 7:06:08 AM
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6:00:14 AM - 7:06:08 AM

Party Leader Miliband Remarks to Labour Party Conference

International Telecasts

Britain’s Labour Party Leader Ed Miliband addressed party members at their annual autumn conference. He highlighted the differences between a future Labour government and the policies of the current Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition. He talked about "protecting the values of the National Health Service and creating a more highly skilled and paid vocational system for students who choose not to attend college. He also praised the efforts of the athletes and volunteers involved in the London Olympics.

1 hours, 5 minutes | 746 Views

Margaret Hamburg Remarks

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7:08:02 AM - 7:31:01 AM
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7:08:02 AM - 7:31:01 AM

Margaret Hamburg Remarks

Public Affairs Event

Margaret Hamburg gave the keynote address at a conference on counterfeit prescription drugs. She talked about a new campaign to increase consumer and physician awareness of the counterfeit problem.

0 hours, 22 minutes | 189 Views

Corporate Money and Elections

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7:34:37 AM - 9:01:57 AM
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7:34:37 AM - 9:01:57 AM

Corporate Money and Elections

Public Affairs Event

Panelists compared the amount of corporate and union spending in the 2012 elections with prior election cycles following the Supreme Court’s decision on Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. Among the topics they discussed was the possibility of Congress passing any campaign finance reform legislation, with all agreeing that the possibility was slim without a major scandal to prod them. They also talked about the importance of small donors, and the influence of super political action committees (super PACs).
Super PACs are independent political committees that support a candidate with unlimited, often anonymous, donations from companies, unions, or individuals.
Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission gave corporations and unions the ability to spend unlimited money to elect a candidate

1 hours, 27 minutes | 660 Views

Presidential Leadership

LIVE

Airing Time:

9:02:15 AM - 10:28:38 AM
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9:02:15 AM - 10:28:38 AM

Presidential Leadership

Public Affairs Event

Political experts talked about the leadership styles of President Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. They discussed differences between campaigning and governing, relationships with Congress, partisanship, and the candidates' ability to negotiate and reach agreements. Jon Huntsman in his comments said of Mitt Romney’s experience experience that running a government and a business are very different and that there was not a good example yet of a business person coming in and running government like a business successfully.

1 hours, 26 minutes | 1,321 Views

Openness and Transparency in the 112th Congress

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10:31:02 AM - 12:02:48 PM
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10:31:02 AM - 12:02:48 PM

Openness and Transparency in the 112th Congress

Public Affairs Event

Panelists discussed the openness and transparency of the political process in the 112th Congress. They focused on efforts to build more open and transparent means to find and analyze online government statistics and policy positions. Participants concurred that the House and its offices had done better than the Senate or Obama administration in these efforts. They responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 31 minutes | 315 Views

Global Role of the U.S. President

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12:06:30 PM - 1:38:22 PM
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12:06:30 PM - 1:38:22 PM

Global Role of the U.S. President

Public Affairs Event

Panelists discussed three broad topics regarding the role of the U.S. president in world: declining American influence, the resilience of the liberal international order, and the rise of new major global powers such as China. They responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 31 minutes | 669 Views

Presidential Leadership

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1:42:18 PM - 3:08:40 PM
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1:42:18 PM - 3:08:40 PM

Presidential Leadership

Public Affairs Event

Political experts talked about the leadership styles of President Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. They discussed differences between campaigning and governing, relationships with Congress, partisanship, and the candidates' ability to negotiate and reach agreements. Jon Huntsman in his comments said of Mitt Romney’s experience experience that running a government and a business are very different and that there was not a good example yet of a business person coming in and running government like a business successfully.

1 hours, 26 minutes | 1,321 Views

Corporate Money and Elections

Airing Time:

3:11:16 PM - 4:38:26 PM
Close

3:11:16 PM - 4:38:26 PM

Corporate Money and Elections

Public Affairs Event

Panelists compared the amount of corporate and union spending in the 2012 elections with prior election cycles following the Supreme Court’s decision on Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. Among the topics they discussed was the possibility of Congress passing any campaign finance reform legislation, with all agreeing that the possibility was slim without a major scandal to prod them. They also talked about the importance of small donors, and the influence of super political action committees (super PACs).
Super PACs are independent political committees that support a candidate with unlimited, often anonymous, donations from companies, unions, or individuals.
Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission gave corporations and unions the ability to spend unlimited money to elect a candidate

1 hours, 27 minutes | 660 Views

Ashton Carter on Chinese Military Power

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4:39:44 PM - 5:16:38 PM
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4:39:44 PM - 5:16:38 PM

Ashton Carter on Chinese Military Power

Public Affairs Event

Ashton Carter summarized the Defense Department’s strategy of moving the military’s focus from Iraq and Afghanistan toward the Asia-Pacific region. Among other remarks he said the U.S. is pursuing freedom of navigation and peaceful resolutions regarding China’s recent sparring with Japan and others over disputed territories.

0 hours, 36 minutes | 711 Views

Chinese Miltary Power

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5:16:38 PM - 6:12:08 PM
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5:16:38 PM - 6:12:08 PM

Chinese Miltary Power

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about China’s ground forces, air force, naval and cyber warfare programs. They described a Chinese military seeking to project power throughout the Asia-Pacific region and focused on the ability to quickly disable U.S. military capabilities in the event of a confrontation. The program included questions from audience members.

0 hours, 55 minutes | 828 Views

U.S. Response to China

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6:12:08 PM - 6:57:38 PM
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6:12:08 PM - 6:57:38 PM

U.S. Response to China

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about Chinese military power and the views of other regional powers, such as India, of the country’s military build-up. Dan Blumenthal said said the Pentagon lacked the necessary resources to execute a strategic shift to the Asia-Pacific region as called for by the Obama administration.

0 hours, 45 minutes | 470 Views

U.S.-China Relations

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6:58:09 PM - 7:25:09 PM
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6:58:09 PM - 7:25:09 PM

U.S.-China Relations

Public Affairs Event

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and former U.S. Ambassador to China Stapleton Roy talked about the upcoming 18th National Congress of China and the implications of the new leaders for U.S.-China relations. China was to have new Communist Party leaders as of November 8th, 2012.

0 hours, 27 minutes | 1,731 Views

Campaign Finance

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7:26:15 PM - 8:56:27 PM
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7:26:15 PM - 8:56:27 PM

Campaign Finance

Public Affairs Event

Political strategists and campaign consultants talked about campaign finance and the influence of super political action committees (PACs) and superPACs. They discussed the 2012 presidential nominees, unions, and campaign advertising strategy for state and presidential races. They also showed several campaign ads, and answered questions from students in the audience.

1 hours, 30 minutes | 182 Views

2012 Presidential Candidates Debate, Switched Angle Screen

LIVE

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9:01:26 PM - 10:33:29 PM
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9:01:26 PM - 10:33:29 PM

2012 Presidential Candidates Debate, Switched Angle Screen

White House Event

President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney met at the University of Denver for the first of three presidential Debates. Moderated by PBS’s Jim Lehrer. The debate, presented in the network switched-angle format, focused on domestic policy. Topics included the state of the economy, tax policy, the future of Medicare, education, and government regulation. Tweets related to the debate were shown in the lower third of the screen.

1 hours, 32 minutes | 6,956 Views

Politico Presidential Debate Review

LIVE

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10:33:41 PM - 11:26:33 PM
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10:33:41 PM - 11:26:33 PM

Politico Presidential Debate Review

Public Affairs Event

Politico reporters and editors reviewed the first debate between presidential candidate President Barack Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney. Many spoke remotely from the site of the debate at the University of Denver.

0 hours, 52 minutes | 336 Views

Presidential Leadership

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11:29:41 PM - 12:56:26 AM
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11:29:41 PM - 12:56:26 AM

Presidential Leadership

Public Affairs Event

Political experts talked about the leadership styles of President Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. They discussed differences between campaigning and governing, relationships with Congress, partisanship, and the candidates' ability to negotiate and reach agreements. Jon Huntsman in his comments said of Mitt Romney’s experience experience that running a government and a business are very different and that there was not a good example yet of a business person coming in and running government like a business successfully.

1 hours, 26 minutes | 1,321 Views

Katherine Mangu-Ward on Voting

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1:00:29 AM - 1:38:25 AM
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1:00:29 AM - 1:38:25 AM

Katherine Mangu-Ward on Voting

Call-In

Katherine Mangu-Ward talked about her Reason Magazine cover story, “Your Vote Doesn’t Count,” and she responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. She argued that while voting is widely thought to be one of the most important things a person can do, the reasons people give for why they vote are flawed, unconvincing, and sometimes even dangerous. 
This program was part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine articles.

0 hours, 37 minutes | 906 Views

Young Voters and the 2012 Election

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1:39:39 AM - 2:29:53 AM
Close

1:39:39 AM - 2:29:53 AM

Young Voters and the 2012 Election

Call-In

Abby Kiesa discussed who falls into the category of "youth voter", their main issues and concerns and the level of enthusiasm among those who voted in 2008. She answered questions from viewers.
Nancy Calo read the latest headline news from C-SPAN Radio.

0 hours, 50 minutes | 332 Views

Campaign Finance

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2:33:15 AM - 4:03:03 AM
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2:33:15 AM - 4:03:03 AM

Campaign Finance

Public Affairs Event

Political strategists and campaign consultants talked about campaign finance and the influence of super political action committees (PACs) and superPACs. They discussed the 2012 presidential nominees, unions, and campaign advertising strategy for state and presidential races. They also showed several campaign ads, and answered questions from students in the audience.

1 hours, 29 minutes | 182 Views

Presidential Leadership

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4:05:37 AM - 5:32:22 AM
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4:05:37 AM - 5:32:22 AM

Presidential Leadership

Public Affairs Event

Political experts talked about the leadership styles of President Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. They discussed differences between campaigning and governing, relationships with Congress, partisanship, and the candidates' ability to negotiate and reach agreements. Jon Huntsman in his comments said of Mitt Romney’s experience experience that running a government and a business are very different and that there was not a good example yet of a business person coming in and running government like a business successfully.

1 hours, 26 minutes | 1,321 Views

Politico Presidential Debate Review

Airing Time:

5:36:23 AM - 6:29:51 AM
Close

5:36:23 AM - 6:29:51 AM

Politico Presidential Debate Review

Public Affairs Event

Politico reporters and editors reviewed the first debate between presidential candidate President Barack Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney. Many spoke remotely from the site of the debate at the University of Denver.

0 hours, 53 minutes | 336 Views

Campaign Finance

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6:33:51 AM - 8:04:03 AM

Continues

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6:33:51 AM - 8:04:03 AM

Campaign Finance

Public Affairs Event

Political strategists and campaign consultants talked about campaign finance and the influence of super political action committees (PACs) and superPACs. They discussed the 2012 presidential nominees, unions, and campaign advertising strategy for state and presidential races. They also showed several campaign ads, and answered questions from students in the audience.

1 hours, 30 minutes | 182 Views

Oil and Politics in the Persian Gulf

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5:54:04 AM - 7:25:52 AM
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5:54:04 AM - 7:25:52 AM

Oil and Politics in the Persian Gulf

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about oil politics in the Persian Gulf. They focused in particular on Iraq, where a law dictating the use of oil profits had yet to be finalized and tensions continued over oil rights between the government in Baghdad and the Kurdish region. They also responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 31 minutes | 499 Views

Global Role of the U.S. President

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7:28:22 AM - 9:00:54 AM
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7:28:22 AM - 9:00:54 AM

Global Role of the U.S. President

Public Affairs Event

Panelists discussed three broad topics regarding the role of the U.S. president in world: declining American influence, the resilience of the liberal international order, and the rise of new major global powers such as China. They responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 32 minutes | 669 Views

Ashton Carter on Chinese Military Power

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9:06:06 AM - 9:11:54 AM
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9:06:06 AM - 9:11:54 AM

Ashton Carter on Chinese Military Power

Public Affairs Event

Ashton Carter summarized the Defense Department’s strategy of moving the military’s focus from Iraq and Afghanistan toward the Asia-Pacific region. Among other remarks he said the U.S. is pursuing freedom of navigation and peaceful resolutions regarding China’s recent sparring with Japan and others over disputed territories.

0 hours, 5 minutes | 711 Views

Ashton Carter on Chinese Military Power

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9:11:54 AM - 9:59:44 AM
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9:11:54 AM - 9:59:44 AM

Ashton Carter on Chinese Military Power

Public Affairs Event

Ashton Carter summarized the Defense Department’s strategy of moving the military’s focus from Iraq and Afghanistan toward the Asia-Pacific region. Among other remarks he said the U.S. is pursuing freedom of navigation and peaceful resolutions regarding China’s recent sparring with Japan and others over disputed territories.

0 hours, 47 minutes | 711 Views

Chinese Miltary Power

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10:00:21 AM - 10:57:14 AM
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10:00:21 AM - 10:57:14 AM

Chinese Miltary Power

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about China’s ground forces, air force, naval and cyber warfare programs. They described a Chinese military seeking to project power throughout the Asia-Pacific region and focused on the ability to quickly disable U.S. military capabilities in the event of a confrontation. The program included questions from audience members.

0 hours, 56 minutes | 828 Views

Pennsylvania Voter Identification Law

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11:01:05 AM - 11:06:10 AM
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11:01:05 AM - 11:06:10 AM

Pennsylvania Voter Identification Law

Call-In

A Pennsylvania judge on Tuesday postponed the enforcement of Pennsylvania’s voter ID law. Guest joins us to discuss what impact this will have on voters come November.

0 hours, 5 minutes | 163 Views

U.S. Response to China

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11:11:28 AM - 11:58:30 AM
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11:11:28 AM - 11:58:30 AM

U.S. Response to China

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about Chinese military power and the views of other regional powers, such as India, of the country’s military build-up. Dan Blumenthal said said the Pentagon lacked the necessary resources to execute a strategic shift to the Asia-Pacific region as called for by the Obama administration.

0 hours, 47 minutes | 470 Views

High School Graduation Rates

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12:04:41 PM - 1:05:07 PM
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12:04:41 PM - 1:05:07 PM

High School Graduation Rates

Public Affairs Event

Education professionals talked about proposals to raise high school graduation rates. Philip Oreopoulos began the discussion by outlining his research paper on the relationship between increasing compulsory education and average lifetime wealth. Terry Grier talked about efforts in Houston, Texas, to improve graduation rates, one of which was going door-to-door to ask students why they dropped out. Other topics included adding new educational formats, and the associated costs and effectiveness of trying to modify student behavior. Panelists also responded to questions from audience members.

1 hours, 0 minutes | 337 Views

Charter School Successes and Failures

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1:05:13 PM - 2:01:29 PM
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1:05:13 PM - 2:01:29 PM

Charter School Successes and Failures

Public Affairs Event

Panelists reacted to economist Roland Fryer’s presentation of his research on five successful methods used at charter schools: frequency of teacher feedback, use of data to make changes, small group tutoring, expectations for students, and instructional time. Among the issues they discussed were the difficulty of implementing new educational practices, costs, and the need for higher quality charter school staff.

0 hours, 56 minutes | 825 Views

Use of Technology in Primary Education

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2:01:44 PM - 3:07:02 PM
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2:01:44 PM - 3:07:02 PM

Use of Technology in Primary Education

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about Benjamin Jones and Aaron Chatterji’s proposal to fund innovation and educational technology. It conducts rapid, low-cost evaluations of technologies and report the results to the public in hopes to speed the market for development of education technologies. Among the issues they discussed were getting educational technologies out to all classrooms.

1 hours, 5 minutes | 488 Views

The Jewish Vote in the 2012 Elections

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3:13:47 PM - 4:52:00 PM
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3:13:47 PM - 4:52:00 PM

The Jewish Vote in the 2012 Elections

Public Affairs Event

Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch and Representative Bob Turner (R-NY) talked about the role of Jewish voters in the 2012 elections.
The tenth national conference of The David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies, “The Jewish Vote, the Holocaust, and Israel,” was held at Fordham University Law School.

1 hours, 38 minutes | 714 Views

Effectiveness of Political Fact Checking

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4:58:04 PM - 5:56:34 PM
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4:58:04 PM - 5:56:34 PM

Effectiveness of Political Fact Checking

Public Affairs Event

Academics presented research findings on the effectiveness of political fact checking. Topics included how misinformation affects attitudes despite correction work, ways that journalists can increase the likelihood that fact checking will overcome misinformation, and the question of whether fact checking works or backfires. Justin Peters showed examples of exemplary print and broadcast fact checking. Several campaign ads were shown. The program included questions from audience members.
The forum started with a video for television stations engage in ad watching in local broadcasts.

0 hours, 58 minutes | 1,201 Views

Campaign Spending and Political Ads

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5:57:21 PM - 6:41:50 PM
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5:57:21 PM - 6:41:50 PM

Campaign Spending and Political Ads

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about campaign ad spending in the 2012 presidential election, the first since the Supreme Court’s Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission decision. Erika Fowler detailed campaign spending, the types of ads running, and who is paying for them. Viveca Novak in her remarks said that the Federal Election Commission could require that ad sponsors disclose the names of their donors. They responded to questions from the audience.

0 hours, 44 minutes | 453 Views

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6:48:26 PM - 7:59:50 PM

International Anti-Counterfeit Prescription Drug Efforts

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about international efforts to investigate counterfeit prescription drug operations. Topics included the difficulties of tracking counterfeit drug shipments and the money involved.
This was part of the Partnership for Safe Medicines (PSM) Third Annual Counterfeit Drug Conference, held at the National Press Club.

1 hours, 11 minutes | 193 Views

Ashton Carter on Chinese Military Power

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8:00:00 PM - 8:37:16 PM
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8:00:00 PM - 8:37:16 PM

Ashton Carter on Chinese Military Power

Public Affairs Event

Ashton Carter summarized the Defense Department’s strategy of moving the military’s focus from Iraq and Afghanistan toward the Asia-Pacific region. Among other remarks he said the U.S. is pursuing freedom of navigation and peaceful resolutions regarding China’s recent sparring with Japan and others over disputed territories.

0 hours, 37 minutes | 711 Views

Chinese Miltary Power

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8:39:02 PM - 9:34:48 PM
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8:39:02 PM - 9:34:48 PM

Chinese Miltary Power

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about China’s ground forces, air force, naval and cyber warfare programs. They described a Chinese military seeking to project power throughout the Asia-Pacific region and focused on the ability to quickly disable U.S. military capabilities in the event of a confrontation. The program included questions from audience members.

0 hours, 55 minutes | 828 Views

U.S. Response to China

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9:34:48 PM - 10:20:18 PM
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9:34:48 PM - 10:20:18 PM

U.S. Response to China

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about Chinese military power and the views of other regional powers, such as India, of the country’s military build-up. Dan Blumenthal said said the Pentagon lacked the necessary resources to execute a strategic shift to the Asia-Pacific region as called for by the Obama administration.

0 hours, 45 minutes | 470 Views

Veterans' Organizations Legislative Priorities

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10:24:50 PM - 11:58:08 PM
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10:24:50 PM - 11:58:08 PM

Veterans' Organizations Legislative Priorities

Joint Committee

Witnesses testified on the legislative priorities of veterans' service organizations.
Senator Lugar introduced James Koutz, the new national commander of the American Legion, who presented the report of a survey done by the American Legion on veteran issues, such as the poor quality of medical care for women veterans, long processing times for veterans' claims, and getting veterans back to work. Verna Jones and Peter Gaytan also responded to questions. Also present, but not speaking, were Ben Governor and Mike Helms.

1 hours, 33 minutes | 372 Views

World Economy and Policy

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11:59:33 PM - 1:24:35 AM
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11:59:33 PM - 1:24:35 AM

World Economy and Policy

Public Affairs Event

Christine Lagarde talked about the state of the global economy. She said the IMF (International Monetary Fund) would likely forecast an overall downward economic trend globally, despite recent positive actions by central banks to provide some stimulus. She further said that “uncertainty” was one of the main drags on the global economy. She did, however, praise central banks, including the Federal Reserve, for recent efforts to improve economic growth through monetary policy. She responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 25 minutes | 253 Views

Ashton Carter on Chinese Military Power

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1:26:26 AM - 2:03:38 AM
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1:26:26 AM - 2:03:38 AM

Ashton Carter on Chinese Military Power

Public Affairs Event

Ashton Carter summarized the Defense Department’s strategy of moving the military’s focus from Iraq and Afghanistan toward the Asia-Pacific region. Among other remarks he said the U.S. is pursuing freedom of navigation and peaceful resolutions regarding China’s recent sparring with Japan and others over disputed territories.

0 hours, 37 minutes | 711 Views

Chinese Miltary Power

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2:03:38 AM - 2:59:24 AM
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2:03:38 AM - 2:59:24 AM

Chinese Miltary Power

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about China’s ground forces, air force, naval and cyber warfare programs. They described a Chinese military seeking to project power throughout the Asia-Pacific region and focused on the ability to quickly disable U.S. military capabilities in the event of a confrontation. The program included questions from audience members.

0 hours, 55 minutes | 828 Views

U.S. Response to China

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2:59:24 AM - 3:44:54 AM
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2:59:24 AM - 3:44:54 AM

U.S. Response to China

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about Chinese military power and the views of other regional powers, such as India, of the country’s military build-up. Dan Blumenthal said said the Pentagon lacked the necessary resources to execute a strategic shift to the Asia-Pacific region as called for by the Obama administration.

0 hours, 45 minutes | 470 Views

Veterans' Organizations Legislative Priorities

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3:49:14 AM - 5:22:32 AM
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3:49:14 AM - 5:22:32 AM

Veterans' Organizations Legislative Priorities

Joint Committee

Witnesses testified on the legislative priorities of veterans' service organizations.
Senator Lugar introduced James Koutz, the new national commander of the American Legion, who presented the report of a survey done by the American Legion on veteran issues, such as the poor quality of medical care for women veterans, long processing times for veterans' claims, and getting veterans back to work. Verna Jones and Peter Gaytan also responded to questions. Also present, but not speaking, were Ben Governor and Mike Helms.

1 hours, 33 minutes | 372 Views

World Economy and Policy

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5:24:09 AM - 6:49:11 AM
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5:24:09 AM - 6:49:11 AM

World Economy and Policy

Public Affairs Event

Christine Lagarde talked about the state of the global economy. She said the IMF (International Monetary Fund) would likely forecast an overall downward economic trend globally, despite recent positive actions by central banks to provide some stimulus. She further said that “uncertainty” was one of the main drags on the global economy. She did, however, praise central banks, including the Federal Reserve, for recent efforts to improve economic growth through monetary policy. She responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 25 minutes | 253 Views

January 2013 Tax Increases

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6:52:57 AM - 8:17:04 AM

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January 2013 Tax Increases

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about the impact on taxpayers if Congress allows the economy to fall off the “fiscal cliff,” referring to impending tax increases and budget cuts at the end of 2012 if lawmakers fail to reach a new budget agreement. A new Tax Policy Center report said that middle income families would pay about $2000 dollars more in taxes in 2013 if the tax increases occur.
Douglas Holtz-Eakin advocated for Congress agreeing to a temporary extension of current policy while Robert Greenstein argued that allowing the the tax cuts to expire would be worth the benefits of a long-term solution.

1 hours, 24 minutes | 1,428 Views