Alan Greenspan is an American economist who served as Chairman of the Federal Reserve of the United States from 1987 to 2006. He currently works as a private…
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Watch the timeless struggle between man and chicken unfold right before your very eyes.
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Tim Robbins Giancarlo Esposito Alan Rickman MOVIE CLIPS click to subscribe j.mp After leaving the television set, Bob Roberts (Tim Robbins) signs some autographs, gets a kiss from a stranger, and is shot, supposedly by the poor crippled reporter, Bugs Raplin (Giancarlo Esposito). TM & © Universal (2012) Cast: Giancarlo Esposito, Alan Rickman, Tim Robbins, Robert Stanton Director: Tim Robbins MOVIECLIPS YouTube Channel: j.mp Join our Facebook page: j.mp Follow us on Twitter: j.mp Buy Movie: amzn.to Producer: Tim Bevan, James Bigwood, Forrest Murray, Allan F. Nicholls, Ronna B. Wallace, Paul Webster Screenwriter: Tim Robbins Film Description: In the tradition of This Is Spinal Tap, producer/ director/ star Tim Robbins’ Bob Roberts is a satire disguised as a documentary. Robbins plays the titular Roberts, a wealthy, well-connected young man running for a senatorial seat in Pennsylvania. On the surface, Roberts is an ingratiating glad-hander, a sincere believer in the restoration of such intangibles as national pride, family values, etc. But the longer Roberts is followed about by documentary filmmaker Brian Murray, the more we become aware that the candidate is a textbook case of cynicism and contempt. Only Giancarlo Esposito, a reporter for an underground newspaper, is willing to dig beneath Roberts’ veneer–a habit that leads to the film’s ironic conclusion. Several well-known actors make cameo appearances as TV commentators, notably Tim Robbins’ longtime partner Susan …
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SIGN THE PLEDGE FOR AMERICA’S REVIVAL!! www.americasrevival.com/pledge.php In these excerpts, Alan Keyes discussed the Second Amendment and the right for citizens to bear arms in a C-SPAN debate with Barack Obama on October 21, 2004, and he also discussed this issue on his January 28, 2002, “Alan Keyes Is Making Sense” show on MSNBC.
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Retiring congressman and author Dr. Ron Paul (R-TX) talks to Alan about his future, the fiscal cliff, his son Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, and secession. November 29, 2012 My Channel: www.youtube.com Fair Use Disclaimer: This video may contain copyrighted material. This material is made available for educational, research, and news reporting purposes only. This constitutes a ‘fair use’ of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 USC section 107 of the US Copyright Law which allows citizens to reproduce, distribute or exhibit portions of copyright motion pictures, video tapes, or video disks under certain circumstances without authorization of the copyright holder.
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President Obama turns up the pressure on Republicans in the “fiscal cliff” talks, urging Americans to support his drive to raise taxes on the wealthy while extending tax cuts for the middle class. In a Christmas-season visit to a toy factory in Philadelphia, US President Barack Obama portrayed congressional Republicans as “Scrooges” who risked sending the country over the fiscal cliff rather than strike a deal to avert the tax increases and spending cuts that begin in January unless Congress intervenes. “If Congress does nothing, every family in America will see their taxes automatically go up on January 1,” Mr Obama said. “That’s sort of like the lump of coal you get for Christmas. That’s a Scrooge Christmas.” At immediate issue is whether the tax cuts that originated under former President George W. Bush should be extended beyond 31 December for all taxpayers including the wealthy, as Republicans want, or just for taxpayers with income under 0000 (£156000) as Obama and his fellow Democrats want. In Washington, the Republican House Speaker John Boehner said increasing tax rates on anyone was the wrong approach and said Obama had not been serious in the fiscal cliff negotiations. Read more: www.telegraph.co.uk Get the latest headlines www.telegraph.co.uk Subscribe to The Telegraph www.youtube.com Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com Follow us on Twitter twitter.com Follow us on Google+ plus.google.com Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The …
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