19 20 National edition: [issue of July 06, 2019]
1970S TELEVISION SHOWS
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PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT EVEN IF YOU ORDER A SHOW BASED ON THE CATALOG NUMBER AND TITLE FROM THIS DATABASE WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL GET THE TAPE YOU ORDER. THIS IS BECAUSE THROUGH THE YEARS TAPES MAY HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE INCORRECT CASES AND THE WRITTEN INFORMATION ON THE CASES IS ALL WE HAVE TO ID A TAPE BEFORE IT IS TRANSFERRED. WHILE WE WILL USE ALL EFFORTS TO EXPEDITE YOUR REQUEST, BUT WE CANNOT RUSH THE PROCESS, AND YOU ORDER THESE AT YOUR OWN RISK. IF WE DO NOT LOCATE THE TAPE THERE IS NO CHARGE, BUT IF WE DO AND IT IS REMOVED FROM THE FACILITY FOR TRANSFER, YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THESE NON-REFUNDABLE FEES. THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1972 - 1973 9/24/72 PART I: SONS & DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW STRIKE BACK RACHELLE, MARSHA, LOUISE, JACK, MELL, JIM 20645 CHICAGO, DC 09/24/72 PART II: THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY--IS ALIVE AND WELL? SCOTT STANLEY, GARY ALLEN, CHARLES SMITH, ALAN STANG 20645 CHICAGO, DC 10/01/72 IS A WOMAN'S BODY HER OWN BUSINESS?--THE ABORTION BATTLE DR. ADA RYAN, ANDREW CARLAN, MRS. VIRGINIA MCLAIN, BILL BAIRD, DR. BARBARA ROBERTS, MRS. ELAINE AMENDOLA 20641 CHICAGO 10/08/72 5 WHO TRIED SUICIDE MRS. CLAIRE JOHNSON, JIM GRIFFITH, KAREN BAKER, SANDRA WALKER, PETER FISHER, ANN HARPER 20644 10/15/72 ARABS AND ISRAELIS CONFRONT EACH OTHER OMAR CHAMMA, JOEL MOKYR, SANA HASSAN, MICHAEL HANDEL, NADIM HABRA, SHMUEL HARLAP, GEORGE KHYRALLAH, PNINA LAHAV 21996 10/22/72 PART I: CAN ACUPUNCTURE CURE YOU? ARTHUR SLAVIN, DR. ARTHUR TAUB, DR. SUNG LIAO, DR. FRANK Z. WARREN, MRS. RUTH BROIDO 21973 CHICAGO 10/22/72 PART II: FAT CATS WHO CARE--MULTI MILLIONAIRES W. CLEMENT STONE AND STEWART MOTT W. CLEMENT STONE, STEWART MOTT 21973 CHICAGO 10/29/72 PART I: DROPOUT WIVES WHO RAN AWAY JUDITH ROSSNER, JOYCE, NORMA, PAT 21998 CHICAGO 10/29/72 PART II: CONFESSIONS OF AN EX-SWINDLER ANTHONY DE ANGELIS 21998 CHICAGO 11/05/72 PEEP SHOWS, DIRTY MOVIES, AND MASSAGE PARLORS--PEOPLE WHO RUN THEM BARNARD SACKETT, WAKEFIELD POOLE, MARTIN HODAS, BOB BROWN, MARTIN HODAS, BOB BROWN, MARTIN ROSS PART II: KIERAN O'DOHERTY & ALAN SCHWARTZ 22003 CHICAGO 11/12/72 EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT THE MAFIA, BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK! EDWARD J. MCLAUGHLIN, MYLES AMBROSE, NICHOLAS GAGE, PETER MAAS, JOHN IANUZZI, DANIEL P. HOLLMAN 22004 CHICAGO 11/19/72 CATHOLICS AND PROTESTANTS HATING AND KILLING EACH OTHER SHAUN HERRON, FATHER SEAN MCMANUS, SEAMUS O'TUATHAIL, HAMILTON WHYTE, CHARLES REYNOLDS 22001 11/26/72 07/01/73 YOU COULD HAVE HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE--WHAT TO DO ABOUT THIS HIDDEN KILLER DR. ISADORE ROSENFELD, DR. JOHN LARAGH, DR. FRANK FINNERTY, DR. MORTON MAXWELL, MIKE GORMAN 22006 DC 12/03/72 07/22/73 PART 1: THE NEW PROSTITUTES--MASSAGE PARLOR GIRLS MARIE, LINDA, JOE SANTINO 22002 12/02/72 07/22/73 PART II: COPS WHO CRACK DOWN ON PROSTITUTION SERGEANT SIDNEY PATRICK, DEPUTY INSPECTOR JAMES DICKS, LIEUTENANT DON MCWEENEY, PATROLMAN TIMOTHY SULLIVAN, DEPUTY INSPECTOR CHARLES PETERSON, SERGEANT NILS HANSON 22002 12/10/72 08/12/73 BLACKS AND WHITES WHO MARRIED--3 INTERRACIAL COUPLES CEOLA & PETER LOAN, BILL & PAT HAMLET, HARLON & MARLENE DALTON 22005 12/10/72 08/12/73 FED UP CITIZENS SAY NOTHING WORKS AND NOBODY CARES BURTON R. SIMS, LOIS GRIPPO, CORNELIUS DONOVAN, AMON DIGGS, JANE D'AGOSTINO, ARLENE BLICKSILVER 22005 12/17/72 WE WERE SKYJACKED! -- PASSENGERS, PILOTS & STEWARDESSES TELL OF THEIR ORDEAL MADELINE WILLETT, PAUL J.C. FRIEDLANDER, SAM KINCH, JR., CAPTAIN DALE BESSANT, DR. DAVID HUBBARD, M.D., ALEX HALBERSTADT 22011 12/24/72 SHOULD ARIES MARRY VIRGO? ARE LIBRAS LOSERS? -- 6 ASTROLOGERS REVEAL YOUR HOROSCOPE KEITH CLAYTON, CLEO ABUIN, DORIS KAYE, MARIA ELISE CRUMMERE, ALAN OKEN, CHARLES JAYNE 22009 CHICAGO, DC 12/31/72 PART I: THE MAD, MAD WORLD OF FREAK ROCK SYLVESTER (THE HOT BAND), RONN GOEDERT (WHITE WITCH), WAYNE COUNTY (QUEEN ELIZABETH), BILLY JOE WHITE (TEENAGE LUST & THE LUSTETTS) 22012 CHICAGO 12/31/72 PART II: ALL ABOUT WINE SAM AARON, PETER SICHEL, TERRY ROBARDS, GERALD ASHER, ALEXIS BESPALOFF 22012 01/07/73 07/08/73 PART I: DIVORCED, LONELY AND LOOKING FOR A MAN--WOMEN IN THEIR 40s BUNNY BERKE, NATALIE DEUTZ, LOUISE HAY, KATHERINE DOUGLAS, ELIZABETH RUANE 22010 CHICAGO 01/07/73 07/08/73 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH ANTHONY BURGESS 22010 01/14/73 HOW HIGH IS UP? -- THE BIG BOOM ON WALL STREET MONTE GORDON (DREYFUS CORPORATION), MARSHALL COGAN (HAYDEN STONE), ROBERT H. STOVALL (REYNOLDS SECURITIES, INC.) 22014 01/14/73 YOGA SALLY KIRKLAND, SACHINDRA MAJUMDAR 22014 01/21/73 BREAST CANCER--THE DISEASE WOMEN FEAR MOST! -- WOMEN WHO HAD SURGERY & CANCER SPECIALISTS DR. JEROME URBAN (MEMORIAL HOSPITAL), DR. GEORGE CRILE, JR. (CLEVELAND CLINIC), DR. EZRA GREENSPAN (MOUNT SINAI), MRS. ROSAMOND CAMPION, MRS. TERESE LASSER, SUSAN SCHACK 22013 CHICAGO (T) 01/28/73 CHINA TODAY: 5 AMERICANS WHO'VE BEEN THERE DAVID J. MAHONEY, MRS. SALLY RESTON, ROY ANDRES, DR. VICTOR SIDEL, MICHEL OKSENBERG 22015 CHICAGO 01/28/73 DR. MORTIMER FEINBERG 22015 02/04/73 I WAS A PROSTITUTE, MUGGER AND JUNKIE: THE NIGHTMARE OF BARBARA QUINN 22016 02/04/73 GHETTO PRIESTS FATHER LOUIS GIGANTE (BRONX), FATHER WALTER WALDRON (BOSTON), FATHER DONALD MCILVANE (PITTSBURGH), FATHER JOHN POWIS (BROOKLYN) 22016 02/11/73 09/09/73 HOMOSEXUAL MARRIAGE--MALE & FEMALE COUPLES BARBARA GLICKMAN & SANDY CHERNICK, NANCY JOHNSON & DINAH ROBERTSON, MICHAEL MCCONNELL & JACK BAKER, ERIC & LOUIS 22018 02/18/73 HOW TO STAY YOUNG AND BEAUTIFUL FOREVER DR. MICHAEL M. GURDIN, DR. MICHAEL HOGAN, DR. NORMAN ORENTREICH, DR. DICRAN GOULIAN, JR. , DR. DANIEL L. WEINER 22022 02/18/73 PART II: THE MAKING OF A PSYCHIATRIST--DR. DAVID VISCOTT 22022 02/25/73 PART I: DIVORCED MEN OVER 40 HAVE ALL THE WOMEN THEY WANT CORNELIUS DONOVAN, ED GRAHAM, ALFRED GUSSIN, ALDEN SHUMAN 22019 DC 02/25/73 PART II: VOCTOR GOLD, FORMER PRESS SECRETARY TO VICE PRESIDENT SPIRO AGNEW 22019 DC 03/04/73 06/24/73 PART I: THE SEXUAL FANTASIES OF WOMEN NANCY FRIDAY 22020 CHICAGO 03/04/73 06/24/73 PART II: ARE YOU A COMPULSIVE EATER? -- TRY OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS JOANNEE, PAT, BARBARA, STANLEY, JULIE, JACK 22020 CHICAGO 03/11/73 WOULD YOU WANT YOUR DAUGHTER BRIDGET TO MARRY BERNIE? -- THE BATTLE OVER "BRIDGET LOVES BERNIE" RABBI BALFOUR BRICKNER, STEPHAN LESHER, RABBI ROY A. ROSENBERG, RABBI JACOB HECHT, RABBI EDWIN FRIEDMAN, PROFESSOR LEONARD FEIN 22024 CHICAGO 03/18/73 THE NEW LOOK IN DOCTORS--6 INTERNS DR. AUGUST VALENTI, DR. ROBERT KLAW, DR. HENRY MURRAY, DR. HENRY BORKOWSKI, DR. CHARLES KENNY, DR. EVLIN KINNEY 22023 03/18/73 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH COMMISSIONER BENJAMIN L. HOOKS 22023 03/25/73 PART I: IS THE ATKINS DIET DANGEROUS? -- DR. ROBERT ATKINS VERSUS THE A.M.A. DR. ROBERT ATKINS, DR. SAMI HASHIM 22025 03/25/73 PART II: THE BRILLIANT WIT OF ANTHONY BURGESS 22025 04/01/73 07/15/73 WHAT'S NEW WITH JACKIE, TEDDY, LIZ, HENRY AND FRANK? -- GOSSIP COLUMNISTS TELL ALL REX REED, JOYCE HABER, LIZ SMITH, JAMES BRADY, KANDY STROUD 22027 CHICAGO 04/08/73 FUNNY THINGS HAPPENED IN THE GOLDEN AGE OF TELEVISION -- 7 WRITERS WHO HAD A BALL PADDY CHAYEFSKY, ROBERT ALAN AURTHUR, LARRY GELBART, SUMNER LOCKE ELLIOTT, N. RICHARD NASH, JP MILLER, TAD MOSEL 22026 04/15/73 PART I: WHY NOT LIVE FOREVER -- FREEZE YOURSELF! GILLIAM CUMMINGS, CURTIS HENDERSON, CLAIRE HALPERT, STANFIELD HILL 22030 CHICAGO 04/15/73 PART II: HOW TO BEAT THE HIGH COST OF EATING HEDY ROSNER, VALERIE SIMONIAN, MARILYN JESSUM, BRIAN O'KANE, SUSAN HEISLER 22030 CHICAGO 04/22/73 07/29/73 MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER -- A CANDID CONVERSATION WITH 4 COUPLES TERRY & ED NOE, TERRY & KING DYKEMAN, VICKI & ALAN GOLDENBERG, BRUCE & DOLORES HERRICK 22031 04/29/73 08/05/73 PART I: CONFESSIONS OF 3 DRUG PUSHERS PREACHER, PANCHO, JOHNNY 22028 CHICAGO 04/29/73 08/05/73 PART II: HERBERT "THE TERRIBLE" DENENBERG 22028 05/06/73 PART I: LOVE, HEALTH AND WEALTH IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND -- 4 PALMISTS PHYLLIS SAGE, MARCEL BROEKMAN, EDITH NILES, DELLIE DORFMAN 22029 CHICAGO 05/06/73 PART II: YOU COULD HAVE AN ULCER -- 20,000,000 AMERICANS DO DR. HOWARD M. SPIRO, DR. LEO MADOW, DR. HENRY D. JANOWITZ, DR. JAMES L.A. ROTH 22029 CHICAGO 05/13/73 PART I: 36"-24"-36" -- THE LOW DOWN ON THE MISS UNIVERSE CONTEST AMANDA JONES (MISS ILLINOIS), LINDA EAST (MISS MICHIGAN), VIVIAN ANITA CRAIG (MISS NORTH CAROLINA), SGT. STORM HENSLEY (MISS LOUISIANA), REBECCA LYNN BUNKERS (MISS SOUTH DAKOTA), BETTY JO GROVE (MISS MARYLAND), CINDY ARNETT (MISS WASHINGTON), JUDITH ANN GREGORY (MISS MASSACHUSETTS), SHERRY NIX (MISS ARIZONA) 22035 DC 05/13/73 PART II: BELLY DANCING FOR PHYSICAL FITNESS SERENA WILSON, JOANNE KLEIDON, DOROTHY KELLY 22035 05/20/73 08/26/73 MIND READERS, FAITH HEALERS & PSYCHICS WHO TELL THE FUTURE AND TALK TO THE DEAD DAVID HOY, EVELYN MONOHAN, BRYCE BOND, ETHEL DE LOACH, VINCENT RAGONE 22033 05/27/73 PART I; CONFESSIONS OF 5 WORKING STIFFS: WE HATE OUR JOBS PATRICK FENTON, RICKY EISENBERG, DEWEY BURTON, BILL SOLARSKI, MICKEY STELMARK 22034 CHICAGO 05/27/73 PART II: "WHAT'S THE STORY JERRY?" JERRY ROSENBERG, DICK BALCH, RICK EBENSTEIN, ERNIE BOCH 22034 06/03/73 PART I: LADY DRUNKS -- 5 WOMEN FIGHT THE BOTTLE MURIEL, FRANCINE, YVETTE, DIANE, MARJORIE 22032 06/03/73 PART II: LADY DRUNKS - 5 WOMEN FIGHT THE BOTTLE DR. STANLEY E. GITLOW, DR. LECLAIR BISSELL 22032 06/10/73 PART I: WHY DO WOMEN LOOK SO TERRIBLE? -- THE FASHION DISASTER MOLLIE PARNIS, BILL BLASS, ANNE KLEIN, GRACE MIRABELLA, JERRY SILVERMAN, CAROL HORN 22037 06/10/73 PART II: THE LATEST IN BUGGING EQUIPMENT CLYDE WALLACE (THE SPY SHOP) 22037 06/17/73 08/19/73 03/12/78 02/26/84 PART I: I WAS A KILLER FOR THE MAFIA -- CONFESSIONS OF A HIT MAN JOEY 22038 CHICAGO (T), DC 06/17/73 08/19/73 03/12/78 02/26/84 PART II: THE GRAY PANTHERS MARGARET KUHN, HOPE BAGGER, LYDIA BRAGGER, SHUBERT FRYE 22038 DC THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1973-74 09/23/73 06/30/74 PART I: UNDERGROUND TV IS WILD, WACKY, AND HILARIOUS SUSAN BLONDE, BERT PENCE, TAYLOR MEAD, CANDY DARLING, TINKERBELLE, ALEX BENNETT, NAOMI PAGE, ANTON PERICH 22036 CHICAGO 09/23/73 06/30/74 PART II: SOMETHING FOR THE LONELY WOMAN -- MALE ESCORTS FOR HIRE RICK HENDRIE, TEDRIAN CHIZICK, ERNI ADANO, GUS HEAD, GREGORY SUTTER, CHUCK HOLLAND 22036 09/30/73 WILL CHAPPAQUICCICK SINK TED'S WHITE HOUSE HOPES? -- 6 KENNEDY WATCHERS TOM WICKER, FRANK MANKIEWICZ, MATHEW TROY, ALLARD LOWENSTEIN, FRED DUTTON, JACK NEWFIELD 23204 CHICAGO 10/07/73 06/23/74 PART I: ALL ABOUT DOGS -- EXPERTS SHOW AND TELL DR. FREDERICK TIERNEY, MATTHEW MARGOLIS, DR. JACOB ANTELYES 23205 CHICAGO 10/07/73 06/23/74 PART II: PROFILE OF A MURDERER SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON WARREN KIMBRO 23205 10/14/73 08/11/74 PART I: THE LUCKIEST PEOPLE ALIVE -- MILLION DOLLAR LOTTERY WINNERS JOSEPH ROWEN, MALDEN BLOUGH, PAUL MCNABB, AGNES NOWESKI, RUTH & FRANK DEVITO 23208 10/14/73 08/11/74 PART II: NEVER ON THURSDAY -- MAIDS STRIKE BACK CHERRY FOSTER, CAROLYN REED, ARNETTA CORINGTON, GERALDINE MILLER 23208 10/21/73 PART I: THE PRO FOOTBALL MADNESS -- BETTORS, BOOKIES & FANS PETE AXTHELM, LEM BANKER, NORTON PEPPIS, "FAT" THOMAS 23206 10/21/73 PART II: FOOTBALL "WIDOWS" WHO HATE THE GAME PATTI PEPPIS, LINDA SINGER, BEVERLY NEWMAN 23206 10/28/73 PART I: THE JEWISH-GENTILE MARRIAGE BOOM -- 3 MIXED COUPLES WILBUR & ELEANOR TALISMAN, JOSEPH & LINDA DILIBERTO, JAY & MARIE HARRIS 23203 CHICAGO (T) 10/28/73 PART II: THE TWO LONGEST SURVIVING HEART TRANSPLANT PATIENTS BETTY ANICK, LOUIS B. RUSSELL, JR. 23203 CHICAGO (T) 11/04/73 PART I: IS HE IRRITABLE, TIRED, AND IMPOTENT? -- MAYBE IT'S MALE MENOPAUSE DR. HAROLD LEAR, DR. DAVID REED, DR. DAVID MCWHIRTER, DR. HERBERT S. KUPPERMAN, DR. ISADORE ROSSMAN 23210 11/04/73 PART II: GORE VIDAL ON THE NIXON MESS 23210 11/11/73 MARILYN MONROE: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF A SEX GODDESS -- 5 OF HER CLOSEST FRIENDS INCLUDING ELI WALLACH & JOSHUA LOGAN ELI WALLACH, JOSHUA LOGAN, NORMAN ROSTEN, AMY AND MILTON GREENE 23207 11/18/73 07/21/74 "DID YOU HEAR THE ONE ABOUT...?" -- LOTSA LAUGHS WITH 6 COMEDIANS FREDDIE ROMAN, VIC ARNELL, DICK LORD, DICK CAPRI, JACK EAGLE, MICKEY MANNERS 23209 CHICAGO, DC 11/25/73 PART I: WORLD'S GREATEST JEWEL THIEF ALBIE BAKER 23211 DC 11/25/73 PART II: ARE BLACKS INFERIOR TO WHITES? -- DR. WILLIAM SHOCKLEY & DR. ALVIN POUSSAINT 23211 CHICAGO, DC 12/02/73 WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO SPIRO AGNEW? FRANK VAN DER LINDEN, ROY COHN, PETE HAMILL, JAMES NAUGHTON, JULES WITCOVER, WILLIAM RUSHER 23215 12/09/73 PART I: CONFESSIONS OF A CROOKED COP WILLIAM PHILLIPS 23216 12/09/73 PART II: ANGRY AIRLINE HOSTESSES KAREN EITELBERG, LIZ RICH, CYNTHIA GLACKEN, LYNN SMYDEN, SANDY OSIP 23216 12/16/73 PART I: THE BIG STEAL: SHOPLIFTING BILL LANDRES, JACK BOGASKY, SANDI SUTTON, GEORGE GORRA, ROY MCPOLAND, PETER TRIER 23217 CHICAGO 12/16/73 02/03/74 07/14/74 PART II: CLIVE BARNES -- DRAMA CRITIC, THE NEW YORK TIMES 23217 CHICAGO 12/23/73 PART I: SINGLES SING THE BLUES BUNNY BERKE, IRVING GRUBER, GLORIA BENTLEY, SOL RICHFIELD, BARBARA LEWIS, SCOTT WARNER 23213 DC 12/23/73 PART II: "THE SINGLES BUSINESS" NIC CHRISTOFF, KENNETH ENOCHS, HY STEIRMAN 23213 DC 12/30/73 PART I: SEEN ANY FLYING SAUCERS LATELY? -- THE UFO CONTROVERSY STANTON FRIEDMAN, BETTY HILL, JOHN HEALEY, JOHN FULLER, PHILIP KLASS 23212 12/30/73 PART II: TOP STUDENTS FROM LEADING LAW SCHOOLS 23212 01/06/74 WOULD YOU SLEEP BETTER WITH A FORD IN THE WHITE HOUSE? CONGRESSMAN LAWRENCE J. HOGAN, CONGRESSMAN ELFORD A. CEDERBERG, CONGRESSMAN JOHN CONYERS, JR., JOSEPH L. RAUH, JR., KIERAN O'DOHERTY 23221 CHICAGO 01/06/74 PART II: JESSICA MITFORD 23221 01/13/74 A CONVERSATION WITH DICK CAVETT 23223 CHICAGO 01/20/74 07/07/74 PART I: GIVE 'EM HELL HARRY -- THE TRUMAN NOBODY KNEW MERLE MILLER, ROBERT ALAN AURTHUR 23220 CHICAGO 01/20/74 07/07/74 PART II: THE VITAMIN CRAZE GARY NULL, DR. EMANUAL CHERASKIN, DR. VICTOR HERBERT, MARCELLA KATZ 23220 CHICAGO 01/27/74 THE BEAUTY BUSINESS -- BILLION DOLLAR RIP-OFF? DR. EARLE BRAUER, LINDA SCHOEN, SHIRLEY LORD, BRENDA JOHNSON, DR. JAMES LEYDEN 23214 02/03/74 07/14/74 PART I: WOULD YOU WANT YOUR DAUGHTER TO BE A PRIEST? -- ANGRY WOMEN VERSUS THE CATHOLIC CHURCH FATHER WILLIAM B. SMITH, DR. WILLIAM MARRA, THERESE ICKINGER, CLARA HENNING, WALDA HESS, DR. ROSEMARY RUETHER 23219 02/10/74 WHAT'S NEW WITH LIZ & DICK, JACKIE & ARI, ALI & STEVE, TRICIA & EDDIE, ETC? -- GOSSIP COLUMNISTS TELL ALL REX REED, JOYCE HABER, KANDY STROUD, JAMES BRADY, PATRICK O'HIGGINS 23224 NY (2" NOT COMPLETE), CHICAGO 02/17/74 09/08/74 PART I; "I WAS POSSESSED BY THE DEVIL" -- A TRUE STORY OF EXORCISM THELMA & TOM TADKINS, PHYLLIS VIRTUE SCHLEMMER, JOSEPH DELOUISE, FATHER JOHN BANAHAN, FATHER ARTHUR GIBSON 23226 CHICAGO 02/17/74 09/08/74 PART II: THE HUMOR OF ART BUCHWALD 23226 CHICAGO 02/24/74 HOW COULD IT HAPPEN TO US? -- 5 HEART ATTACK VICTIMS STEPHAN LESHER, CHARLES LUFTIG, LOUIS NARDONE, HAROLD SACKS, LEE MELE, DR. ISADORE ROSENFELD 23228 CHICAGO 03/03/74 07/28/74 HOMOSEXUALS WHO HAVE COME OUT OF HIDING -- GUESTS INCLUDE DOCTORS & TEACHERS DR, HOWARD BROWN, ELAINE NOBLE, PROFESSOR JOSEPH NORTON, DAVID ROTHENBERG, CAROLYN INNES, DR. ADRIENNE SMITH 23227 DC 03/10/74 PART I: KINGPINS OF THE NUMBERS WORLD JAMES LAWSON, BUBBA ROBINSON, SAM, FRANKIE, JOHNNY 23229 03/10/74 PART II: WE LOST OUR SHIRTS ON WALL STREET RITA WEISSFELD, DOM LOSCALZO, RICHARD PLOTKA, DR. SANTO FARINA, HANS REINISH 23229 03/17/74 PART I: WE SERVED A LIFETIME IN PRISON -- 6 EX-CONS RODNEY TAYLOR, JOSEPH YEAMANS, TOMMY IRISH, JOE R RIVENBURGH, MIKE DALAKIAN, PETER GETER 23230 CHICAGO 03/17/74 PART II: "EMPLOYERS OF EX-CONS" CHARLES DOUGLAS AIDES, DAVID LEIBOWITZ, LEONARD RATHE 23230 CHICAGO 03/24/74 08/04/74 FAITH HEALERS DEMONSTRATE THEIR PSYCHIC POWERS ANNA MAE DENTON, ETHEL DE LOACH, CLEM TAMBURRINO, DR. OLGA WORRALL, REV. ALEX HOLMES 23233 03/31/74 PART I: HOW TO MAKE A LOT OF MONEY AND KEEP IT HARRY BROWNE 23231 CHICAGO 03/31/74 PART II: THE LADY IS A COP SHARON KOEHLER, MARYLOU NICHOLS (MIAMI), NONA NELSON, SGT. MARY ELLEN ABRECHT (WASH., D.C.), LT. JOYCE LELAND (WASH., D.C.), ANNMARIE BUTLER, HELEN KNEDLHANS (N.Y.) 23231 CHICAGO 04/07/74 09/15/74 PART I: SEXUAL FANTASIES OF THE AMERICAN MALE -- GUESTS INCLUDE A CALL GIRL AND 2 THERAPISTS JULIE, DR. DAVID REED, DR. WILLIAM SIMON 23232 CHICAGO 04/07/74 09/15/74 PART II: THE REMARKABLE GEORGE FRAZIER 3232 CHICAGO 04/14/74 CANNIBALISM! HOW WE SURVIVED 71 DAYS IN THE ANDES NANDO PARRADO, ROBERTO CANESSA 23235 04/21/74 "OUT OF THEMOUTHS OF BABES" -- KIDS DISCUSS PARENTS, POT, AND POLITICS DAVID NORMAN, MONIQUE JACKSON, ROBERT JOHANSEN, MAUREEN FREEHILL, MERCEDES DIAZ, STEVE SPINOZA, ROBERT NISONOFF, NICO SIDOTI, VANESSA STEIN 23234 04/21/74 PART II: SHOULD SMOKING BE REGULATED? WARREN BRAREN, HORACE KORNEGAY, CONGRESSMAN ED YOUNG, JOHN BANZHAF 23234 CHICAGO 04/28/74 PART I: HE'S NOT A CROOK -- WE STILL LOVE RICHARD NIXON RABBI BARUCH KORFF, W. CLEMENT STONE, ANNA CLINKSCALES, OTHAL BRAND 23239 04/28/74 PART II: HOUSEHOLD HUSBANDS & WORKING WIVES ROBERT KIMMEL SMITH, HAROLD & RRNEE KELVIN, DOUGLAS & SALLY RIDGEWAY 23239 05/05/74 08/18/74 PART I: ADULTERY -- 2 HOUSEWIVES WHO CHEAT MARJORIE, SHIRLEY 23241 05/05/74 08/18/74 PART II: AN EXPOSE OF OLD AGE HOMES DR. MICHAEL MILLER, DAPHNE KRAUSE, VAL HALAMANDARIS, BERKELEY BENNETT 23241 05/12/74 SOME OF MY BEST FRIENDS ARE JEWS -- IS THERE A NEW ANTI-SEMITISM? ARTHUR A. COHEN, ARNOLD FORSTER, DAVID MCREYNOLDS, RICHARD J. WALTON, RABBI ARTHUR HERTZBERG, PADDY CHAYEFSKYN 23243 05/19/74 PART I: DIVORCED & ABANDONED -- P.O.W.'S WHO CAME HOME TO NOTHING CHARLES PLUMB, COL. ROBERT STIRM, DON & ANDREA RANDER, CHARLOTTE CHRISTIAN, LIEUTENANT COMMANDER JAMES BELL 23237 05/19/74 PART II: DESERTERS WHO'VE COME OUT OF HIDING EDDIE MCNALLY, EDDIE SOWDERS 23237 05/26/74 PART I: THE MAKING OF A BEST SELLER JOHN LEONARD, AL SILVERMAN, MARC JAFFE, LYNN NESBIT, ROBERT GOTTLIEB 23246 CHICAGO (T), UCLA 05/26/74 PART II: THE MAD, MAD WORLD OF THE FIRESIGN THEATRE PHIL PROCTOR, PHIL AUSTIN, PETER BERGMAN, DAVID OSSMAN 23246 CHICAGO (T) 06/02/74 08/25/74 PART I: MARLENE DIETRICH, BETTE MIDLER, & MAE WEST -- FEMALE IMPERSONATORS JEAN GUILDA (MARLENE DIETRICH), CLAUDE SACHA (BETTE MIDLER), ARTHUR BLAKE (MAE WEST), BRYAN MURPHY (PEARL BAILEY), J.C. GAYNOR (DIANA ROSS) 23242 06/02/74 08/25/74 PART II: CONFESSIONS OF A HEROIN SMUGGLER RICHARD BERDIN, ROBERT GREENE 23242 06/09/74 THE PRESIDENT'S PRIEST -- FATHER JOHN MC LAUGHLIN FATHER JOHN MC LAUGHLIN 23247 (L.A.) 06/16/74 PART I: WHAT MAKES BERNIE CORNFELD RUN? -- OR, HOW TO BE RICH WITHOUT REALLY TRYING BERNIE CORNFELD 23249 (L.A.) 06/16/74 PART II: WASHINGTON CONFIDENTIAL -- THE PRIVATE LIVES OF PUBLIC PEOPLE MARTIN NOLAN (THE BOSTON GLOBE), AL HUNT (THE WALL STREET JOURNAL), DAN THOMASSON (SCRIPPS-HOWARD), NINA TOTENBERG (NEW TIMES MAGAZINE), JOHN LINDSAY (NEWSWEEK) 23249 THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1974-75 09/22/74 ARE WE HEADED FOR ANOTHER CRASH? DR. PIERRE RINFRET, ELIOT JANEWAY, JOHN BUNTING, DR. CAROLYN BELL, MARSHALL LOEB, ROBERT LEKACHMAN 25502 09/29/74 08/10/75 PART I: WOMEN ALONE -- DIVORCEES & WIDOWS PAT LOUD, RENE CARPENTER, LYNN CAINE, MERLE SHAIN 25501 CHICAGO 09/29/74 PART II: THE MAD ADVENTURES OF RABBI KORFF RABBI BARUCH KORFF 25501 10/06/74 CAN OUR CITIES BE SAVED? MAYORS KEVIN WHITE, JOSEPH ALIOTO, MOON LANDRIEU, RICHARD HATCHER, ABE BEAME 25503 10/13/74 A CONVERSATION WITH BILL MOYERS BILL MOYERS 25504 CHICAGO 10/20/74 FUMBLERS, BUMBLERS, SOLDIERS, SPIES -- ALL ABOUT THE CIA CONGRESSMAN MICHAEL HARRINGTON, SEYMOUR HERSH, DR. RAY S. CLINE, WILLIAM RUSHER, TAD SZULC 25508 10/27/74 PORTRAIT OF A FUNNYMAN: MILTON BERLE MILTON BERLE 25506 CHICAGO (T), UCLA 11/03/74 PART I: GORE VIDAL ON THE DECLINE & FALL OF AMERICA GORE VIDAL 11/03/74 PART II: AS OTHERS SEE US -- FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS GITTA BAUER, STEPHEN BARBER, CLAUDE MOISY 11/10/74 07/27/75 PART I: "DEAR ANN LANDERS...I HAVE A PROBLEM" ANN LANDERS 23244 CHICAGO 11/10/74 07/25/75 PART II: HOW TO BE YOUR OWN BEST FRIEND -- DRS. NEWMAN & BERKOWITZ MILDRED NEWMAN, BERNARD BERKOWITZ 23244 CHICAGO 11/17/74 09/14/75 FACING DEATH: A YOUNG MAN WHO HAS SIX MONTHS TO LIVE LARRY & MARIAN BOHNE, ROBERT NEALE, SAMUEL KLAGSBRUN 25513 DC 11/24/74 07/13/75 PART I: THE TRUTH ABOUT FAT FARMS EMILY WILKINS, JAMES VILLAS, KAY THOMAS, SUZANNE PIEROT 23238 DC 11/17/74 07/13/75 PART II: "I AM THE SON OF THE REAL GODFATHER": A CONVERSATION WITH BILL BONANNO BILL BONANNO 23238 DC 12/01/74 SIX SOVIET STUDENTS COMPARE LIFE IN THE U.S. AND THE U.S.S.R. ALEXANDER TSEPELEV, EVGENY KRAMARENKO, ANDREY MALOV, ALEXANDER MARKIN, SERGEY KARMENSKY, IGOR POLUYAN DAVID KUNST 25509 12/08/74 ARE DOCTORS GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER? -- THE MEDICAL MALPRACTICE MESS RONNIE HARRISON, N. CARL SCHWARTZ, DR. BURTON WHITE, DR. GEORGE SAYPOL, DR. CYRIL WECHT, JOHN J. BOWER, ALFRED JULIEN 25505 12/15/74 CAN WE FEED 500 MILLION STARVING PEOPLE DR. JOHN KNOWLES, SARWAR LATEEF, GARRETT HARDIN, ALAN BERG, LESTER BROWN 25512 12/22/74 PART I: THE IRREPRESSIBLE REX REED REX REED 25514 DC 12/22/74 07/20/75 PART II: THE SECRET WORLD OF PLANTS RANDALL FONTES, RICHARD CHAMPION, RALPH SNODSMITH, PROFESSOR ARTHUR GALSTON, PETER TOMPKINS 25514 DC 12/29/74 07/06/75 PART I: THE LAST OF THE MOVIE MOGULS: JOSEPH E. LEVINE JOSEPH E. LEVINE 25515 DC 12/29/74 07/06/75 PART II: THE MEANEST CRITIC IN AMERICA: JOHN SIMON JOHN SIMON 25515 DC 01/05/75 08/24/75 PART I: TO SLEEP, PER CHANCE TO DREAM -- ALL ABOUT INSOMNIA DR. RICHARD BOOTZIN, JUNE FREBERGE, ABRAHAM WEINBERG, RICHARD KAGAN, DR. PETER HAURI 25516 DC 01/05/75 08/24/75 PART II: GROWING OLD IN AMERICA MAE LAUFER, MOLLY POLLAK, JULIA AVERY, MARY KEALTY, SARA RICKARD, CHRISTINE TARATETA 25516 DC 01/12/74 06/29/75 SIX JUDGES DEBATE CRIME AND PUNISHMENT ALPHONSO SEPE, BRUCE WRIGHT, NICHOLAS TSOUCALAS, ALFRED BURKA, CHARLES HALLECK, BURTON ROBERTS 25518 01/19/75 PART I: PROFILE OF A FASCINATING WOMAN: CLARE BOOTHE LUCE CLARE BOOTH LUCE 25507 01/19/75 08/10/75 PART II: SHERLOCK HOLMES IS ALIVE AND WELL NICHOLAS MEYER, JOHN BENNETT SHAW, ALBERT ROSENBLATT, SAM ROSENBERG 25507 CHICAGO 01/26/75 IT'S HELL BEING UNEMPLOYED -- SIX VICTIMS OF THE RECESSION CHARLES GROHE, PAUL JARVIS, ANNE IMHOFF, RICHARD CAMPBELL, MARY LOU BRIGGS, VERNON MCCOY 25520 01/26/75 PART II: EXPERTS LOUIS LEVINE, JAMES FUCHS 25520 02/02/75 08/17/75 PART I: TEEN-AGE CRIMINALS TELL ALL 25517 CHICAGO, DC 02/02/75 08/17/75 PART II: EXPERTS DISCUSS TEEN-AGE CRIMINALS DR. ESTHER ROTHMAN, ASSEMBLYMAN ALFRED DELLIBOVI, DETECTIVE IRWIN SILVERMAN, CHARLES KING 25517 CHICAGO, DC 02/09/75 PART I: NATURAL CHILDBIRTH -- A LABOR OF LOVE DR. IRWIN CHABON, CAROLYN HECHT, ROGER AND CAROL AUGLIERA, JULIE AND TOM CORE 25522 02/09/75 PART II: WILLIAM "FISHBAIT" MILLER WILLIAM "FISHBAIT" MILLER 25522 02/16/75 HAS HENRY KISSINGER OUTLIVED HIS USEFULLNESS SENATOR JACOB JAVITS, JOSEPH KRAFT, ANTHONY LEWIS, DR. ZBIGNIEW BRZEZINSKI 25525 02/23/75 09/07/75 PART I: THE MYSTERY OF THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE JOHN WALLACE SPENCER, CLAES ROOTH, DON HENRY, DAMIAN HOUSMAN, CHARLES BERLITZ 25519 CHICAGO, DC 02/23/75 09/07/75 PART II: THE AGONY OF BEING BLACK IN SOUTH AFRICA JOHN KANI, WINSTON NTSHONA 25519 CHICAGO, DC 03/02/75 IS PSYCHIATRY DEAD -- 6 PSYCHIATRISTS IN HEATED DEBATE DR. NATHAN S. KLINE, DR. SAUL TUTTMAN, DR. E. FULLER TORREY, DR. THEODORE LIDZ, DR. RICHARD M. RESTAK, DR. RAYMOND VEEDER 25526 03/09/75 CAN ARABS AND ISRAELIS LIVE IN PEACE? PART I: EGYPTIAN AMBASSADOR TO THE U.N. DR. ESMAT ABDEL-MEGUID 25533 03/09/75 CAN ARABS AND ISRAELIS LIVE IN PEACE? PART II: AN ISRAELI ANSWER -- DR. SHLOMO AVINERI 25530 03/16/75 PART I: ILLEGAL ALIENS WHO LIVE IN FEAR 25528 03/16/75 PART II: EXPERTS DEBATE DEPORTATION OR AMNESTY FATHER LOUIS GIGANTE, EDWARD KAVAZANJIAN, IRA GOLLOBIN, JAMES BISHOP, ARTHUR FRIEDMAN, NICHOLAS KISBURG 25528 03/23/75 07/27/75 PART I: WHAT GOES ON BEHIND LOCKED DOORS: 12 JURORS DISCUSS THEIR VERDICT JOHN BURDSALL, BUNNY WEISS, HAROLD KEELING, KAREN SEITEL, PHINEAS YOSHIDA, THERESA MORRISON, NED HOPKINS, GLORIA MORALES, MAE JOHNSON, ELICH BUDOVSKY, CHARITY SHACKELFORD, ARTHUR COLLINS 25531 DC 03/23/75 07/27/75 PART II: JOSEPH BURTON -- FORMER SPY FOR THE F.B.I. 25531 DC 03/30/75 06/22/75 PART I: GOD AND THE REVEREND COFFIN AT YALE WILLIAM SLOANE COFFIN, JR. 25529 DC 03/30/75 06/22/75 PART II: DAVID KLEIN - A CONSUMER WHO FIGHTS BACK PROFESSOR DAVID KLEIN 25529 DC 04/06/75 THE DESPERATION OF THE BLACKS REVEREND JESSE JACKSON, MARGARET BUSH WILSON, CONG. RONALD DELLUMS, VERNON JORDAN, JR., BAYARD RUSTIN, JULIAN BOND 25523 04/13/75 PART I: WILLIAM LOEB: THE MAN POLITICIANS FEAR MOST 25532 04/13/75 PART II: A SNEAK PREVIEW OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMARY JOHN PERRONI, DAVID BANKS, ROBERT RAICHE, LUCILLE KELLEY, KIM ZACHOS, JERRY CARMEN 25532 04/20/75 PART I: THE INSIDE STORY OF AN ACADEMY AWARD MOVIE: "HEARTS AND MINDS" PETER DAVIS, BERT SCHNEIDER, WALTER GOODMAN 25534 04/20/75 PART II: TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION HERBERT MOSS, DENISE DENNISTON, DON PEASE, DR. ALFRED JENKINS, JAMES SINCLAIR, CHARLES DONAHUE 25534 04/27/75 HOW TO FIND A "GOOD" NURSING HOME -- PART I: ELDERLY PEOPLE HAPPY IN THEIR HOMES ANNETTE RUEFF, LORETTA GERARD, DR. RICHARD BLACK, TILLIE LEVY, LENA ROUDA, ANNA WEISS 25533 DC 04/27/75 HOW TO FIND A "GOOD" NURSING HOME -- PART II: NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATORS WHO CARE JACOB REINGOLD, MOTHER M BERNADETTE, PASTOR RICHARD REICHARD, DR. EVERETT LUTHER, REV. HOWARD WASHBURN 25533 DC 05/04/75 PART I: J.F.K. WITHOUT TEARS BENJAMIN BRADLEE 25535 05/04/75 PART II: BUTLERS TELL ALL TONY BECKETT, HENRY BURKE, ERIC BERTENSHAW, LORENZE ARMENDARIZ 25535 05/11/75 PART I: THE P.L.O. OBSERVER TO THE U.N. SAADAT HASAN 25538 05/11/75 PART II: ISRAEL'S NEW AMBASSADOR TO THE U.N.: GEN. CHAIM HERZOG 25538 05/18/75 PART I: KISS & TELL -- THE LIFE AND LOVES OF HELEN LAWRENSON 25536 05/18/75 PART II: FOREIGN MEDICAL STUDENTS RICHARD LANDER, MIKE RITOTA, THOMAS MATRKA, ANDREW WELLMAN, ROBERT BRAUN, JUDY WRIGHT 25536 05/25/75 THE DECLINE & FALL OF RICHARD NIXON -- PART I: THEODORE WHITE 25539 05/25/75 THE DECLINE & FALL OF RICHARD NIXON -- PART II: JIMMY BRESLIN 25539 06/01/75 STOP THE PRESSES: 6 JOURNALISTS CRITICIZE THEIR CRAFT JAMES WECHSLER, PATRICK BUCHANAN, RICHARD POLLAK, NEIL SHEEHAN, PAUL WEAVER, J. ANTHONY LUKAS 25537 06/08/75 CAMPUS '75: CUTTHROAT COMPETITION FOR GRADES -- PART I: STUDENTS FRED WEISS, JOHN MACEY, RICHARD SANDLER, FRAN CARPENTIER, "KIP" EAWLEY, GENE BUCKNER, JONATHAN DAVIS 25524 06/08/75 CAMPUS '75: CUTTHROAT COMPETITION FOR GRADES -- PART II: DEANS DR. ERNEST BUCK, DR. PHILLIP MAYERSON, DR. ELDON NONNAMAKER, ARCHIE EPPS, LEE VERSTANDIG 25524 06/15/75 PART I: A CONVERSATION WITH A CHIMP NIM CHIMPSKY, STEPHANIE LAFARGE, DR. HERBERT TERRACE, DR. GEOFFREY BOURNE 25540 DC 06/15/75 07/20/75 PART II: "THE KIDNAPPING OF THE PRESIDENT" CHARLES TEMPLETON 25540 DC 06/15/75 PART III: 102 YEAR OLD MAN MORTIMER CHESHIRE 25540 DC THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1975-76 09/21/75 WHO KILLED JOHN F. KENNEDY - PART I DAVID BELIN, WESLEY LIEBELER, JOSIAH THOMPSON, DR. JOHN K. LATTIMER, DR. ROBERT JOLING, ALLARD LOWENSTEIN 26701 DC 09/28/75 WHO KILLED JOHN F. KENNEDY - PART II DAVID BELIN, WESLEY LIEBELER, ALLARD LOWENSTEIN, PETER DALE SCOTT, FRANK MANKIEWICZ 26702 DC 10/05/75 06/20/76 DIVORCED MEN WHO WON CUSTODY OF THEIR CHILDREN JERRY RENKE, RICHARD DAVAMOS, BILL BELICKIS, THOMAS SCHENDORF, DR. PAUL HANSON, ALFRED PASCARELLA 25541 DC 10/05/75 06/20/76 PART II: BILL GERAWAY 25541 DC 10/12/75 ARE EUROPEAN WOMEN DIFFERENT MRS. OSCAR DE LA RENTA, DIANE VON FURSTENBERG, ADELA HOLZER, MAXIME DE LA FALAISE MCKENDRY 25542 10/12/75 PART II: VEGETARIANS FRANCES GOULART, VIRGINIA BELL, HOHN MCMATH, FRANCES MOORE LAPPE, LYNNE SKRESKO, JAY DINSHAH 25542 10/19/75 THE BATTLE OVER BUSING IN BOSTON JANET PALMARILLO, LEON SNEED, BEVERLY LEWIS, QUINCY ALLEN, LUTHER ALLEN, RICHARD LAWS, MRS. R. JOHNNENE, CAROL MURPHY, ROBERT JOHNNENE, MARIE CLARKE, MARY PERRY, MARY FOREMAN 26703 DC 10/26/75 IS ASTROLOGY A FAKE? DR. ZIPPORAH DOBYNS, ROBERT HAND, CHARLES JAYNE, DR. PAUL KURTZ, LAWRENCE JEROME, DR. RICHARD BERENDZEN 26704 11/02/75 06/27/76 PART I: DWARFS -- THE WORLD OF LITTLE PEOPLE GERALD RASA, GINA ZINGARO, CHARLES BEDOW, GEORGE BAEHM, JANET PICKARD 26707 11/02/75 06/27/76 PART II: COLLEGE SUPERSTARS -- 5 POPULAR PROFESSORS JEROME LETTVIN, PETER STANSKY, VINCENT SCULLY, J. ALAN HYNEK, ROBERT GURLAND 26707 11/09/75 08/15/76 TRAMPS & THIEVES? GYPSIES STRIKE BACK PART I: MICHAEL JOSEPH, BARBARA GILK, MANUEL GILK, DINAH GILK, GEORGE GILK, MARY YOFON, DAVID GILK, PAT YOFON 26710 11/09/75 TRAMPS & THIEVES? GYPSIES STRIKE BACK PART II: STEVE, JOHN COSTELLO, GEORGE, NICK 26710 11/16/75 PART I: WHO KILLED HOFFA? FRANK RAGANO 26713 11/16/75 PART II: THE PRIVATE LIVES OF THE RICH AND THE POWERFUL MYRA MCPHERSON, MARILYN BENDER 26713 08/01/76 PART I: LITTLE MICHAEL -- MIRACLES FOR SALE "LITTLE MICHAEL" LORD 26705 CHICAGO 08/01/76 PART II: ADDICTED DOCTORS -- THE BEST KEPT SECRET IN MEDICINE 26705 CHICAGO 11/30/75 PART I: "ON THE TRACK OF MURDER": HOMICIDE DETECTIVES BARBARA GELB, JAMES GRANT, SGT. GERALD MCQUEEN, SGT. RICHARD DAVIES, DET. THOMAS KILCULLEN, DET. JEFF GREENE 26709 11/30/75 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH ROBERT ALTMAN 26709 12/07/75 PART I: WHO SAYS WOMEN CAN'T BE PRIESTS? REV. JEANETTE PICCARD, REV. LEE MCGEE, REV. BETTY BONE SCHIESS, REV. ALISON PALMER 26711 CHICAGO 12/07/75 PART II: MALE PRIESTS -- THAT'S WHO MRS. EMILY GARDINER NEAL, REV. GEORGE RUTLER, REV. ROBERT TERWILLIGER, MOTHER ELISE 26711 12/14/75 GORE VIDAL ON SEX, POLITICS AND TURNING 50 26716 12/21/75 PART I: WHY WE CAN'T HAVE NEW LIFE SAVING DRUGS: DOCTORS VS. F.D.A. DR. JOHN LARAGH, DR. STEPHEN L. DEFELICE, DR. J. RICHARD CROUT, DR. ROBERT TEMPLE, DR. SIDNEY WOLFE, DR. JAMES HOLLAND 26718 12/21/75 PART II: SHOULD THE RAILROADS BE SUBSIDIZED FRED CURRY, PAUL REISTRUP 26718 01/04/76 PART I: THE BRILLIANT ANTHONY BURGESS 26714 01/04/76 PART II: OLDER WOMEN WITH YOUNGER MEN NICK & BEA UNGARD, RANDY MUDGETT, MYRTIS COLLINS 26714 01/04/76 PART III: CRIME FIGHTER - DENIS DILLON 26714 01/11/76 07/11/76 "OH, YOUR ACHING BACK": HOW TO PREVENT AND CURE BACK PAIN ROBERT HIGGENS, YVONNE LAPPAS, DR. MERVIN RHOADES, DR. LYMAN SMITH, DR. LEON ROOT, DR. HANS KRAUS, DR. ALBERT FINKELSTYNE, DR. KEITH MACELROY 26715 CHICAGO, DC 01/18/76 THE TRUTH ABOUT LYNDON JOHNSON JACK VALENTI, ALLARD LOWENSTEIN 26720 01/25/76 08/29/76 PART I: HOMOSEXUALITY IN PRO FOOTBALL -- DAVE KOPAY 26719 01/25/76 08/29/76 PART II: WE'VE GONE BANKRUPT JUNE RENO, MAURICE ALEVY, RICHARD RUBINO, KAREN KOWALSKI, JUDGE ROY BABITT, JEROME MEYERS, LINN TWINEM 26719 02/01/76 THE HOWARD HUGHES CONNECTION: WHAT WATERGATE WAS ALL ABOUT J. ANTHONY LUKAS, TERRY LENZNER, HANK GREENSPUN 26723 02/08/76 PART I: MARION JAVITS TALKS ABOUT MARION JAVITS 26721 02/08/76 PART II: THE NEW MILLIONAIRES BOB GUCCIONE, DAVID BROWN 26721 02/15/76 09/12/76 PART I: LOAN SHARKS REVEAL THEIR DIRTY BUSINESS JACK, SAL 26717 CHICAGO, DC 02/15/76 09/12/76 PART II: VICTIMS OF LOAN SHARKS BERNIE PALMER, JERRY, GEORGE IRWIN 26717 CHICAGO, DC 02/22/76 08/08/76 PART I: WE'VE SEEN THE LOCH NESS MONSTER DR. ROBERT RINES, ROY P. MACKAL, CHARLES WYCKOFF, ISAAC BLONDER 26722 02/22/76 08/08/76 PART II: EX-CONS DEBATE GUN CONTROL GARLAND LANIER, JOE YEAMENS, JOE SULLIVAN, BOB DAVIS, BURR LEYSON 26722 02/29/76 PART I: JACK ANDERSON REVEALS THE LOVE LIFE OF J.F.K. 26725 02/29/76 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH WYATT COOPER 26725 03/07/76 THE SELLING OF A PRESIDENT 1976 FRED DUTTON, FRANK MANKIEWICZ, JOHN SEARS, ROBERT KEEFE, F. CLINTON WHITE 26726 03/14/76 PART I: WHY THE RICH GET A KICK FORM COCAINE JOHN CUSACK, DR. ROBERT DUPONT, RICHARD ASHLEY, RICHARD WOODLEY 26724 CHICAGO 03/14/76 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH JONATHAN KOZOL 26724 CHICAGO 03/21/76 07/25/76 THE EST WAY TO HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS EST GRADUATES 26728 DC 03/28/76 PART I: IS EST GOOD FOR YOU? LUKE RHINEHART, JESSE KORNBLUTH, ADELAIDE BRY, CARL FREDERICK 26729 DC 03/28/76 PART II: UNWED TEENAGE MOTHERS NAOMI, LINDA, LYDIA, RENEE, CYNTHIA, MIRIAM, SUSAN 26729 DC 03/28/76 PART III: A CONVERSATION WITH JERRY RUBIN 26729 04/04/76 ADOPTEES WHO FOUND THEIR MOTHERS ELEANOR KAY, CRYSTAL HOLJES, ELLEN TURNER, FRAN BLANKENSTEIN, HOLLY CABOT, YODY WORCESTER, KATRINA MAXTONE-GRAHAM, CHARLES LEVENSOHN, MRS. ZORAH BUCHTMAN, LINDA TRAUM 26730 DC 04/11/76 UNFIT DOCTORS, UNNECESSARY SURGERY -- THE MEDICAL CRISIS DR. WILLIAM NOLEN, DR. MAX PARROTT, DR. WILLIAM STAHL, DR. MARVIN BELSKY, DR. MICHAEL HALBERSTAM 26727 04/18/76 07/04/76 RAPE, ROBBERY AND ASSAULT IN OUR SCHOOLS IRVING WITKIN, LINDA SADUR, WILLIAM BELL, GAIL RAE HORN, JOSEPH SHERMAN, BRUCE CARR 26733 04/18/76 07/04/76 PART II: POLISH-AMERICANS STANLEY KOKOSKA, TED MALISZEWSKI, EUGENE KUSIELEWICZ, MAGDA RATASKI 26733 04/25/76 WIFE BEATING -- 6 BATTERED WOMEN PAM, DIANE, RUTH, CAREY, CINDY, SALLY, KATY 26731 DC 04/25/76 PART II: EXPERTS DISCUSS BATTERED WOMEN DR. RICHARD GELLES, DR. ERIKA FREEMAN, DR. MURRAY STRAUS, MARJORY FIELDS 26731 DC 05/02/76 YOU CAN HARDLY AFFORD TO DIE ANYMORE JOHN KASTING, JOHN CURRAN, BURTON HIRSCH, MARIAN LIGON, BARBARA KRONMAN, VAL WASHINGTON, RAYMOND ARVIO, BECKY COHEN 26734 CHICAGO, DC 05/02/76 PART II: ADLAI STEVENSON REMEMBERED -- JOHN BARTLOW MARTIN 26734 DC 05/09/76 07/18/76 SOVIET JEWS TELL WHY THEY LEFT RUSSIA YURI BROKHIN, DR. LEONID TARASSUK, VALERY KUHARETZ, HELENA SHALAMOV, DR. IRENE GUNTHER 26732 DC 05/09/76 07/18/76 PART II: NARCOLEPSY - THE URGE TO SLEEP WILLIAM BAIRD, DR. CHARLES POLLAK, DR. WILLIAM DEMENT, JEAN LYMAN, GENE RALSTON, MARY REID 26732 DC 05/16/76 08/22/76 PART I: "STRAIGHT LIB" STRIKES BACK RICHARD, PETER, RITA, JOAN, BOB 26735 DC 05/16/76 08/22/76 PART II: CAMPUS QUEENS KAREN DAVIS, JANE WERTZ, ANDREA FOXE, NANCY WHITE 26735 DC 05/16/76 08/22/76 PART III: CLEANING WOMEN EDNA RADIGAN, DARLENE WILLIS, MELBA TONGE, MIRIAM BLUE 26735 DC 05/23/76 FACE TO FACE CONFRONTATION BETWEEN AN ISRAELI AND A P.L.O. SPOKESMAN YOSEF TEKOAH, IBRAHIM ABU-LUGHOD 26736 DC 05/30/76 IS SOCIAL SECURITY GOING BROKE? ROBERT TILOVE, IRWIN SCHIFF, BERT SEIDMAN, WARREN SHORE, NELSON CRUIKSHANK 26738 DC 05/30/76 PART II: AN UNAUTHORIZED LOOK AT NELSON ROCKEFELLER SAM ROBERTS, MICHAEL KRAMER 26738 DC 06/06/76 NEW BREAKTHROUGHS IN THE WAR AGAINST CANCER DR. JAMES HOLLAND, DR. JORDAN GUTTERMAN, DR. NORMAN JAFFE, DR. DONALD MORTON, DR. VINCENT DEVITA, JR.26740 DC 06/13/76 HOW TO BEAT THE BLUE COLLAR BLUES DR. SIDNEY HARMAN, DR. MICHAEL MACCOBY, IRVING BLUESTONE, ARTHUR MCCARVER, LILLIE GATEWOOD, AUGUSTA HOWARD 26741 DC 06/13/76 PART II: FRANK MUIR 26741 DC THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1976-77 09/19/76 PART I: HOPELESS AND DESPERATE: BLACK UNEMPLOYMENT 27801 DC 09/19/76 PART II: COMMUNITY WORKERS DONALD MORRIS, ROSEMARIE HARRIS, FREDERICK JONES, SANDY KOONTZ, HERBERT CROSSMAN 27801 DC 09/26/76 07/03/77 PART I: HOW TO COPE WITH JET LAG DR. JAMES CRANE, MARIAN KARPEN, WILLIAM HOOVER, HARVEY SCHEIN, EVA MAKITALO, CAPT. ROD GILSTRAP 27802 DC 09/26/76 07/03/77 PART II: WHITHER THE WEATHER: THE ALARMING CHANGES IN OUR CLIMATE LOWELL PONTE, DR. STEPHEN SCHNEIDER, DR. REID BRYSON 27802 10/03/76 PART I: IS COLLEGE NECESSARY ANYMORE? HENRY SCHUYLER, LEON BOTSTEIN, FRED WHITEHEAD, DR. J. HERBERT HOLLOMON, DR. JOHN SILBER, STEVEN FISCHER 27803 10/03/76 PART II: CHINA AFTER MAO: A CONVERSATION WITH HAN SUYIN 27803 10/10/76 06/19/77 ARE WE WINNING THE ARE AGAINST HEART ATTACKS? DR. MICHAEL DEBAKEY, DR. ISADORE ROSENFELD 27804 DC 10/17/76 FAMILIES IN TROUBLE: CONFRONTATION BETWEEN PARENTS AND CHILDREN JOE GAULD, EDWARD LEGG 27806 CHICAGO 10/24/76 THE MAFIA-CIA CONNECTION WITH NORMAN MAILER, ROBERT SAM ANSON, NICHOLAS GAGE, HARRY ROSITZKE 27807 10/31/76 08/14/77 11/06/77 SUPER SLEUTHS: PRIVATE EYES REVEAL THEIR SECRETS FRED OTASH, JERRY MCAWARD, MIKE PASCAL, FRED RAYNE, DAVID FREENBERG, IRWIN BLYE 27809 CHICAGO, DC 11/07/76 06/26/77 12/31/78 RE-INCARNATION -- IS THERE LIFE AFTER DEATH DICK SUTPHEN, RUTH MONTGOMERY, GINA CERMINARA, HUGH LYNN CAYCE 26737 CHICAGO, DC 11/14/76 PART I: HELL NO! WE DIDN'T VOTE FOR PRESIDENT HOWARD SINGER, MARY PRITZ, WILLARD ESPY, LARRY SHERMAN, ANN WEBSTER MARVEL, WILLIAM SLATTERY 27808 11/14/76 PART II: CONVERSATION WITH A 100 YEAR OLD MAN MR. AND MRS. RODNEY JONES 27808 11/21/76 CARTER VERSUS FORD -- DID THE MEDIA PLAY FAIR? ELIE ABEL, THOMAS VAIL, EDWARD KOSNER, MICHAEL DANN, FREDERICK TAYLOR, BURNS ROPER 27810 11/28/76 07/24/77 PART I: THE NAZI NEXT DOOR -- WAR CRIMINALS HIDING IN THE U.S.A. CHARLES ALLEN, VINCENT SCHIANO, SAM BERNSEN, JOHN BARRY, HOWARD BLUM, ANTHONY DEVITO 27811 DC 11/28/76 07/24/77 PART II: WHAT THE GOVERNMENT IS DOING ABOUT IT CONGRESSMAN JOSHUA EILBERG, CONGRESSWOMAN ELIZABETH HOLTZMAN 27811 DC 12/05/76 PART I: PEPSI COLA & SOYBEANS -- DOING BUSINESS WITH THE RUSSIANS DWAYNE ANDREAS, DONALD KENDALL 27812 12/05/76 PART II: AMERICANS WHO'VE LIVED IN RUSSIA LEONA & JERROLD SCHECTER, ALAN ZEITHAMER, WILLIAM DYESS 27812 10/23/76 12/12/76 07/31/77 PART I: THIS SHOW COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE -- HOW TO RESCUE A HEART ATTACK VICTIM? DR. JOSEPH ORNATO, FRED HEWITT, GERARD CASE, EDWARD FRIEDMAN 27805 DC 12/12/76 07/31/77 PART II: ARE WE CHANGING OUR DRINKING HABITS? JAMES VILLAS, MARK KELLER, PATRICK CAMPBELL, MARVIN SHANKEN, CHARLES BURCK, KIRKE WALSH 27805 DC 01/30/77 "IS IT TRUE WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT DIXIE?" TOM WICKER, SHELDON HACKNEY, A.J. COOPER, WILLIAM EMERSON, BRANDT AYERS, BETTY TALMADGE, BARRY BINGHAM 27820 02/06/77 THE TRUTH ABOUT SPORTS -- FUNNY, GLAMOROUS, AND SEEDY RED SMITH, DAN JENKINS, DICK SCHAAP, MORRIE SIEGEL, DAVE ANDERSON PETE AXTHELM 27821 02/13/77 NEVER AGAIN -- THE BITTER LEGACY OF VIET NAM WILLIAM COLBY, DAVID HALBERSTAM, GLORIA EMERSON 27823 02/20/7 08/21/77 PART I: THE BARE FACTS ABOUT BALDNESS JERRY DELLA FEMINA, KENNETH BATTELLE, ROBERT TEMLIAK, ELLIOT NONAS, DENIS LAMARSH, DR. JAY BARNETT 27824 CHICAGO, DC 02/20/77 08/21/77 PART II: GET THE COCKROACHES OUT OF YOUR HOME ALICE GRAY, NORMAN COOPER, RICHARD ELDREDGE, NORMAN GOLDENBERG 27824 CHICAGO, DC 02/27/77 07/17/77 GIVE 'EM DEATH? THE BATTLE OVER CAPITAL PUNISHMENT JUDGE BURTON ROBERTS, ROBERT LEONARD, BRYANT HUFF, MORRIS DEES, SENATOR JOHN RUSSO, JOE FREEMAN BRITT 27826 DC 03/06/77 08/07/77 PART I: SINGLES IN THE SUBURBS LINDA NARD, JEFF BEAL, SARA HUDSON, KELLY EMMONS, ED ZEIDNER, JACQUE DEJOHN, GENE MIKOLS, KITTY GREENSETIN. 27827 DC 02/22/77 03/06/77 08/07/77 PART II: REGGAE MUSIC TIMOTHY WHITE, MICHAEL COOPER, STEPHEN COORE, PERRY HENZELL, BARBARA GLOUDON, MAX ROMEO, BRETT ALEXANDER 27827 DC 03/01/77 03/13/77 09/11/77 05/27/79 PART I: CONVERSATION WITH A PIMP TOM 27829 CHICAGO 03/01/77 03/13/77 09/11/77 05/27/79 PART II: THE PIMP SQUAD SERGEANT GEORGE TRAPP, JOHN MCMORMICK, ARTIE STOECKER, EDWARD MILLER, RICHIE CONFORT 27829 CHICAGO 02/12/77 03/20/77 HOW TO GET RID OF YOUR HEADACHES A. PATIENTS - JOELLA CRAMBLIT, BEN SMITH, JAMES ANDERSON, SHERRY HUBER B. EXPERTS - DR. DAVID CODDON, DR. SEYMOUR DIAMOND, DR. CHARLES DEMIRJIAN, DR. WALTER CASKEY 27825 DC 03/08/77 03/27/77 GORE VIDAL UNCENSORED 27832 03/02/77 03/11/77 04/03/77 TEENAGE MUGGERS CONFESS A. MUGGERS: JOHN, BILL, MIKE, PETER SAVAGE, MICHELLE, TOM, GENE B. BLACK KIDS WHO'VE MADE IT: CARLOS GRIFFITH, VERNICE MILLER, GEORGE O'NEAL LYONS, VIETTA JOHNSON, ROBERT HARPER 27830 DC 03/11/77 04/10/77 DON'T GET SICK IN AMERICA -- THE RUNAWAY COST OF MEDICAL CARE DR. MILES GALIN, DR. JAMES G. HAUGHTON, DR. MARTIN CHERKASKY, DR. C. ROLLINS HANLON, WALTER J. MCNERNEY, CONGRESSMAN ANDREW MAGUIRE 27833 DC 03/01/77 04/17/77 PART I: YOU SHOULD MEET STUDS TERKEL 27828 03/02/77 04/17/77 PART II: JEWS WHO'VE BECOME CATHOLICS & OTHER CONVERTS TOBY STEIN, ALBERT SIMON, PAUL MAYER, CLARE ROSEN, BEVERLY SPERRY 27828 04/19/77 04/24/77 TERRORISTS: HOSTAGES, POLICE AND THE MEDIA A. LIEUTENANT FRANK BOLZ, LARRY HABER, ANTHONY COOPER, JULIE HARSTON, DR. FREDERICK HACKER, BERNARD SIMON B. ROBERT MACNEIL, EUGENE METHVIN, JAMES HOGE, BERNARD JOHNPOLL, PAT POLILLO 27834 04/20/77 05/01/77 PART I: HOW CHILDREN FEEL ABOUT THEMSELVES AND THE WORLD AROUND THEM KARA ZAITZ, JEREMIAH AND JOSHUA COHEN, CLAUDE BROOKS, AISSIA RICHARDSON, MATTHEW NEWTON, ORIANA ZILL, POLLY ERICKSEN, PETER BURRIS, ADAM MICHAELS 27835 04/20/77 05/01/77 PART II: EXPERTS ON CHILD BEHAVIOR DR. LEE SALK, DR. NICHOLAS ZILL, PEGGY CHARREN 27835 DC 04/26/77 05/08/77 PART I: WE'VE COME A LONG WAY: WOMEN MOVIE MAKERS NANCY DOWD, BARBARA KOPPLE, ELEANOR PERRY, JOAN MICKLIN SILVER 27836 04/26/77 05/08/77 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH JOHN CHEEVER 27836 05/03/77 05/15/77 PART I: WHERE THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE EAT PEARL WONG, ARMANDO ORSINI, PAUL KOVI, SHELDON TANNEN, WALLY GANZI, WARNER LEROY 27838 05/03/77 05/15/77 PART II: ARE WE A NATION OF JUNK FOOD JUNKIES? JOHN HESS, MIMI SHERATON, MARVIN HEAPS, DAVID SISK, WEXLER, CALVIN TRILLIN 27838 05/17/77 05/22/77 YOU CAN SURVIVE A PLANE CRASH -- HERE'S HOW A. SURVIVORS: ALAN BRESLAU, JANET MACAA, DICK SMITH, SARAH UZZELL B. EXPERTS: JAMES O. ROBINSON, HARRY ROBERTSON, CAPT. RAY GERBER, CAPT. J.D. SMITH, RICHARD WITKIN, CHARLES O. MILLER, NORMAN COUSINS 27837 DC 05/20/77 05/29/77 THE BIG BOOM ON BROADWAY ALEXANDER COHEN, DAVID MAMET, ZELDA FICHANDLER, HAROLD PRINCE, ANTHONY PERKINS, CLIVE BARNES 27840 DC 05/24/77 06/05/77 WE STILL LIKE NIXON: THREE DIEHARDS BRUCE HERSCHENSOHN, HENRY CASHEN, ARAM BAKSHIAN 27841 DC 07/10/77 PART I: THE CAT'S MEOW -- SEVEN FELINES AND THEIR OWNERS JOAN BREARLEY, DR. ALFRED GROSSMAN, BILL WIELER, JUDY FIREMAN, LINDA WORTHINGTON 27815 CHICAGO, DC 07/10/77 PART II: DR. HERBERT BENSON AND "THE RELAXATION RESPONSE" 27815 CHICAGO, DC 08/28/77 PART I: MISTRESSES ANNONYMOUS BARBARA CONDOS, MELISSA SANDS 27842 DC 08/28/77 PART II: HITLERMANIA: OUR FASCINATION WITH THE NAZIS DR. ROBERT JAY LIFTON, ROBERT G.L. WAITE, DR. LOUIS SNYDER, JOHN TOLAND, DR. WILLIAM SHERIDAN ALLEN, DR. HENRY TURNER, TIM MASON 27842 DC THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1977-78 06/07/77 09/18/77 PART I: SHAPE-UP AMERICA -- THE PHYSICAL FITNESS EXPLOSION DR. HERMAN HELLERSTEIN, DR. NORBERT SANDER, KATHERINE SWITZER, DR. PAUL MILVY 27843 DC 05/31/77 09/18/77 PART II: CONFESSIONS OF THREE WHITE COLLAR CRIMINALS JOE BRISBOIS, JACKIE BUTNER, BILL SCHONOWSKI 27843 05/17/77 09/25/77 WE'RE MAD AS HELL -- SECRETARIES STRIKE BACK PAT FITZGERALD, JUDITH RINK, RENEE LORD, TESSA GEORGE, MARGIE ALBERT, JUDI FREEMAN 27839 CHICAGO, DC 06/07/77 09/25/77 FORMER SECRETARIES CHARLOTTE JONES, PAULA HUGHES 27839 CHICAGO, DC 09/21/77 10/02/77 WHO WAS LEE HARVEY OSWALD? JACK ANDERSON, ROBERT SAM ANSON, DAVID PHILLIPS, ROBERT GEMBERLING, JONES HARRIS, PETER DALE SCOTT 29201 09/24/77 10/09/77 PART I: THIN IS IN RAYSA BONOW, BLAIR SABOL, ROBERT L. GREEN, DR. MARCI GREENWOOD 29203 CHICAGO (T) 10/01/77 10/09/77 PART II: SUCCESS -- LOOKING OUT FOR #1 DR. WAYNE DYER, ROBERT J. RINGER, MICHAEL KORDA, JANE TRAHEY 29203 CHICAGO (T) 10/01/77 10/16/77 06/25/78 PART I: MAFIA INFORMERS -- NO PLACE TO HIDE FRED GRAHAM, EDWIN STIER, JAMES DRUKER, MARVIN EVANS, HERB HARWOOD 29202 CHICAGO 09/24/77 10/16/77 06/25/78 PART II: TODAY'S WORLD OF ROCK DAVE MARSH, JOHN ROCKWELL, DEE ANTHONY, JOHNNY WINTER, GEORGE FRAYNE aka COMMANDER CODY 29202 10/08/77 10/23/77 06/18/78 PART I: HYPNOSIS CURES: DOCTORS AND PATIENTS DEMONSTRATE DR. ERNEST ROCKEY, DR. BARBARA DEBETZ, DR. HERBERT SPIEGEL, DR. DAVID SPIEGEL, DR. JEFFREY TARTE, D.D.S., CHARLES SNYDER, MARJORIE STRIDER, ELYCE ENGLAND, HERBERT KLIEGERMAN, SANDRA BEHRMAN 29204 CHICAGO, DC 10/29/77 10/30/77 PART I: "TORTURE AND MURDER -- THE HUMAN RIGHTS DEBATE" AMBASSADOR ALLARD LOWENSTEIN, CONGRESSMAN PHILIP CRANE, REVEREND WILLIAM SLOANE COFFIN, JR., DR. FRED WARNER NEAL 29207 10/29/77 10/30/77 PART II: THE WORLD OF ADVERTISING GEORGE LOIS, BOB GIRALDI, GENE FEDERICO 29207 10/19/77 11/13/77 PART I: CELEBRITY WATCHING -- JACKIE, BARBRA, REDFORD AND FARRAH TOO! RICHARD B. STOLLEY, LIZ SMITH, ALBIN KREBS, REX REED, JAMES BRADY 29206 10/19/77 11/13/77 PART II: BETTING ON SPORTS -- TOUTS AND TIPSTERS RICHARD BOMZE, GREG PELLINI, JULIUS "GAFFNEY" SCHANZER, JIM FEIST 29206 10/15/77 11/20/77 PART I: ALL ABOUT SEX THERAPY DR. HELEN SINGER KAPLAN, M.D., DR. JOSEPH LOPICCOLO, PH. D., DR. MAJ-BRITT ROSENBAUM, M.D., DR. BENJAMIN SADOCK, M.D., DR. VIRGINIA SADOCK, M.D., ROBERT KOLODNY, M.D. 29205 CHICAGO 10/15/77 11/20/77 PART II: CHILDREN OF THE HOLOCAUST JODY CUKIER, JACOB FRUCHTMAN, ABRAHAM KRIEGER, CHAIM ZLOTOGORSKY, DIANA WYSHOGROD ZLOTOGORSKY 29205 *11/12/77 11/27/77 09/10/78 02/10/85 TALK SHOW HOSTS SPEAK OUT -- DICK CAVETT, PHIL DONAHUE AND STANLEY SIEGEL 29210 CHICAGO (T), DC (copy @ NY TV MUSEUM) 11/05/77 12/04/77 PART I: IS THERE TOO MUCH SEX AND VIOLENCE ON TELEVISION? ALFRED R. SCHNEIDER, DR. FOY VALENTINE, JIM KARAYN, VAN GORDON SAUTER, DR. EVERETT C. PARKER 29208 DC 11/05/77 12/04/77 04/29/79 PART II: THE NEW BREED OF IMMIGRANT -- RICH AND GLAMOROUS JACLINE MAZARD, JOHN RICHARDSON, COUNTESS MARINA DE BRANTES, BARNEY GOODMAN, MARIAN SCHIANO 29208 CHICAGO, DC 11/12/77 12/11/77 PART I: "WHITES NEED NOT APPLY" -- THE FIGHT OVER REVERSE DISCRIMINATION ARNOLD FORSTER, PAUL J. ASCIOLLA, CONG. JOHN CONYERS, JOSEPH L. RAUH 29209 DC 11/19/77 12/11/77 PART II: THE WHISTLE BLOWERS RALPH STAVINS, DR. ANTHONY MORRIS, ERNIE FIRZGERALD, DR. STANLEY MAZALESKI, FRED KISTLER 29209 DC 11/30/77 12/18/77 "DOES THE BIRTH CONTROL PILL KILL?" DR. NATALEE S. GREENFIELD, JAMES LUGGEN, HEIDI EVANS, ILA COOPER, BARBARA SEAMAN, HOWARD SHAPIRO, M.D., EDWIN ORTIZ, M.D., BEN-ZION TABER, M.D., MELVIN TAYMOR, M.D. 29213 12/17/77 12/25/77 07/09/78 OUR HOUSES ARE HAUNTED -- SPIRITS, PHANTOMS AND TRUE GHOST STORIES JAY ANSON, ARNOLD COPPER, FRED MOORE, BETTY MOORE, DR. JOHN FRANK, SUSAN C. GIGLIO, EDWARD WARREN, LORRAINE WARREN, FR. ALPHONSUS TRABOLD, OFM, DR. ALEX THOMAS 29217 CHICAGO, DC 12/07/77 01/08/78 PART I: ARE CRIMINALS BORN OR MADE? DR. STANTON SAMENOW, WILLIAM HELLERSTEIN, MEL RIVERS, DR. EMANUEL HAMMER, JOSEPH BORKIN, JOEL KLEIN 29214 12/07/77 01/08/78 PART II: HOW TO SAVE YOUR TEETH FRANK BOWYER, D.D.S., JERRY LYNN, D.D.S., DAVID SCOTT, D.D.S., STANLEY BEHRMAN, D.S.S. 29214 12/10/77 01/15/78 PART I: RUSSIAN SPIES ARE EVERYWHERE -- THE TRUTH ABOUT THE KGB JOHN BARRON, JACK FISHMAN, LEW NAVROZOV, HARRY ROSITZKE 29215 11/19/77 01/15/78 PART II: WEST POINT GOES COED JOAN ZECH, DIANE HAASE, KATHY ANN WILDEY 29215 01/21/78 01/22/78 PART I: FEELING DEPRESSED? -- HOW TO OVERCOME IT MYRNA WEISSMAN, PH.D., HELEN DEROSIS, M.D., RONALD FIEVE, M.D., AARON BECK, M.D. PATIENTS: HILDA ROBBINS, RAYMOND GUMBRECHT, NANCY SMITH, MICHAEL BAVAR 29221 CHICAGO 12/10/77 01/22/78 PART II: SECOND LADY AT THE WHITE HOUSE -- PRESIDENTIAL ASSISTANT MIDGE COSTANZA MIDGE COSTANZA 29221 01/14/78 01/29/78 HOUSE-HUSBANDS, LONG-DISTANCE MARRIAGE, AND OTHER LOVING COUPLES BURT WOLF, LINDA HOWARD, TUCKER CLARK, JAMES & LINDA FOX, LANA SKIRBALL, ANTHONY COLLIS 29219 CHICAGO 01/14/78 01/29/78 PART II: DR. ROBER LIBBY, DR. ROBERT RYDER, NENA O'NEILL 29219 01/07/78 02/05/78 07/30/78 01/07/79 THE FUNNIEST WOMEN AROUND -- ANNE MEARA, JANE CURTIN, MARILYN SOKOL AND OTHERS COMEDIANS: ANNE MEARA, JANE CURTIN, ZORA RASMUSSEN, REBECCA REYNOLDS, NANCY PARKER, MARILYN SOKOL 29216 DC 01/21/78 02/05/78 01/07/79 THE FUNNIEST WOMEN AROUND - PART II WRITERS: DEANNE STILLMAN, ANNE BEATTS, MARILYN MILLER, ROSIE SHUSTER 29216 DC 01/28/78 02/12/78 09/17/78 PART I: HOMOSEXUALS VS. COPS: A CONFRONTATION GAYS: DAVID ROTHENBERG, GREGORY NORRIS, ALAN BELL, JEREMY WEISS, NICK BOLLMAN COPS: JOHN TOBACCO, IGNATIUS SCLAFANI, FRANK ODESSA, STEVEN BERVINE, JOHN CODIGLIA 29222 CHICAGO, DC 01/28/78 02/12/78 09/17/78 PART II: THE HORROR OF MEXICAN PRISONS PRISONERS: DWIGHT WORKER, DAVID SEIGLINGER, DAVID ALSOP, CONGRESSMAN FORTNEY STARK, ROBERT HENNEMEYER 29222 DC 01/07/78 02/19/78 PART I: YOUR SMOKE GETS IN MY EYES - THE BATTLE OVER SMOKING JACOB J. MEYER, CHARLES MORGAN, JR., RHODA NICHTER, WILLIAM DWYER, PETER GEORGIADES, ETHEL GOLDBERG 29218 CHICAGO, DC 12/17/77 02/19/78 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH LEO ROSTEN 29218 DC 02/11/78 02/26/78 07/23/78 04/29/79 PART I: OUR WIVES BEAT US UP -- CONFESSIONS OF THREE BATTERED HUSBANDS VICTIMS: MICHAEL FRENCH, JOHN, BOB EXPERTS: ROGER LANGLEY, PAULETTE OWENS, JAMES WALSH 29224 CHICAGO, DC 02/11/78 02/26/78 07/23/78 PART II: BOBBY HALPERN - A REAL LIFE ROCKY BOBBY HALPERN, CHARLIE CASERTA 29224 CHICAGO, DC 02/08/78 03/05/78 07/02/78 SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER - THE REAL TONY MANEROS DISCO: VICTOR MEDINA, CARMEN PISANI, JODY OLIVER, GENE ROBINSON, CHUCK RUSINAK, SUSAN RAINONE, DIANE LUDWIG, ALEX MARCHAK SOLO INTERVIEW: STEVE RUBELL BALLROOM: DON DENATALE, OLGA VARVARO, NORMA MCLAIN STOOP, NICK PARNELL, JOHN LUCHESE, NANCY BRECKER LEEDS, ALAN & JOSEPHINE HALL TAP: HOWARD "SANDMAN" SIMS, CHUCK GREEN, BUNNY BRIGGS 29223 CHICAGO, DC 02/25/78 03/19/78 MORRIS UDALL -- THE MAN WHO SHOULD BE PRESIDENT CONGRESSMAN MORRIS UDALL 29225 03/11/78 03/26/78 08/13/78 PART I: SHOW BIZ KIDS AND STAGE MOTHERS CHILDREN: SUZANNE FIERO, DAWN WALKER, DAVID REED, MONICA WOLFF, TINA FOX, WAYNE HARDING, GLYNIS BIG, JUSTIN FREIMAN, MISSY HOPE PARENTS: ANINA REED, LOIS FREIMAN, BETTE FOX, CAROL FIERO, KAY BIG 29228 CHICAGO 03/02/78 03/26/78 08/13/78 PART II: CHARLES TEMPLETON CHARLES TEMPLETON 29228 06/18/78 PART II: TIMOTHY LEARY 29204 07/16/78 PART I: ELVIS LIVES AGAIN - THREE PRESLEY IMPERSONATORS 29230 CHICAGO (T), DC 07/16/78 PART II: ON THE WATERFRONT -- DOCK WORKERS SPEAK OUT 29230 CHICAGO (T), DC 08/06/78 YOU CAN'T LOCK US UP -- MENTAL PATIENTS ARE ROAMING THE STREETS 29229 CHICAGO 08/20/78 YOUR COMPLETE MEDICAL EXAM -- DR. ISADORE ROSENFELD 29239 CHICAGO 08/27/78 PART I: WE WON'T PAY -- TAXPAYERS IN REVOLT 29227 CHICAGO, DC 08/27/78 PART II: TERRORISTS BEWARE: PROFESSIONAL PROTECTORS 29227 CHICAGO, DC
Jerusalem Funeral - Funeral for US victim of April Tel Aviv suicide bombing who has just died
NAME: JER FUNERAL 20060515I TAPE: EF06/0417 IN_TIME: 10:48:27:05 DURATION: 00:02:48:03 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Tel Aviv, 15 May 2006 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. Exterior steps of synagogue 2. Relatives and friends comforting each other 3. Congregation inside synagogue, pan to speaker at podium 4. Friends crying in aisles 5. Richard Jones, US Ambassador to Israel, walking up aisle with flag and placing it on coffin 6. Close up of flag on coffin, pan to family and friends 7. Father of boy walking up towards podium 8. Close up of upset friend 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Tuly Wultz, Father of boy: "I was honoured to be your father and Sheryl was honoured to be your mother and Amanda was honoured to be your sister and the rest of the family are honoured to be your family and your friends were honoured to be your friends, not only honoured but privileged and lucky to have you for sixteen years. I love you Daniel." 10. Coffin being carried outside 11. Family and friends next to coffin 12. Father next to coffin 13. Family and friends standing next to ambulance STORYLINE: The family and friends of a Florida teenager who died after a suicide bombing packed a small Jerusalem synagogue on Monday for a tearful memorial ceremony for the boy, who had struggled for weeks to survive. Hundreds of people attended the memorial for 16-year-old Daniel Wultz before his body was flown home to the United States for burial. Family and friends remembered him as a caring boy who loved basketball, had recently embraced religion and dreamed of immigrating to Israel one day. His father Tuly, using a cane to walk due to his own injuries from the same explosion, paid tribute to a son who he said had been a privilege to know. Daniel Wultz had been visiting relatives for Passover with his parents and sister. On April 17 the teenager was having lunch with his father at a Tel Aviv restaurant when a Palestinian bomber detonated an explosive in the entrance. Wultz was rushed to hospital in critical condition with severe injuries to his abdomen and leg. Despite desperate attempts by medical staff to save his life he died on Sunday, bringing the death toll of the Tel Aviv bombing to eleven.
Entertainment BAFTA Nominations - Sir Ian McKellen presents the BAFTA nominations
TAPE: EF03/0080 IN_TIME: 14:41:06 DURATION: 8:38 SOURCES: APTN/Various RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance DATELINE: London 27/1/03 SHOTLIST 1. Exterior BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) 2. SOUNDBITE Sir Ian McKellen (Nominations Best Non English Film ): "Bonjour, 'And Your Mama Too' ('Y Tu Mama Tambien'), 'City Of God', 'Devdas', Talk To Her', 'The Warrior'." 3. Film clip - 'City Of God ' 4. Film clip - 'Talk To Her ' 5. SOUNDBITE Ian McKellen ( Nominations Best Supporting Actress ): "Toni Collette, 'About A Boy', Queen Latifah, 'Chicago', Julianne Moore, 'The Hours', Meryl Streep, 'Adaptation', Catherine Zeta Jones, 'Chicago'." 6. Film clip - 'Adaptation ' 7. Film clip - 'Chicago' 8. SOUNDBITE Ian McKellen (Nomination Best Supporting Actor ): "Chris Cooper, 'Adaptation', Ed Harris, 'The Hours', Alfred Molina, 'Frida', Paul Newman, 'Road To Pedition', 'Christopher Walken, 'Catch Me If You Can'." 9. Film clip - 'Road To Perdition ' 10. Film clip - 'Catch Me If You Can' 11. SOUNDBITE Ian McKellen (Nomination Best British Film): "'Bend It Like Beckham', Deepak Nayar, Gurinder Chadha. 'Dirty Pretty Things', Tracey Seaward, Robert Jones, Stephen Frears. 'The Hours', Scott Rudin, Robert Fox, Stephen Daldry. 'The Magdalene Sister', Frances Higson, Peter Mullan. 'The Warrior', Bertrand Faivre, Asif Kapadia." 12. Film clip - 'The Hours ' 13. Film clip - 'Dirty Pretty Things ' 14. SOUNDBITE Ian McKellen ( Nominations Best Actress ): "Halle Berry, 'Monster's Ball'. Salma Hayek, 'Frida'. Nicole Kidman, 'The Hours'. Meryl Streep, 'The Hours'. Ren?e Zellweger, 'Chicago'." 15. Film clip - 'Frida ' 16. Film clip - 'The Hours ' 17. SOUNDBITE Sir Ian McKellen ( Nomination Best Actor ): "Adrien Brody, 'The Pianist'. Nicolas Cage, 'Adaptation'. Michael Caine, 'The Quiet American'. Daniel Day-Lewis, 'Gangs of New York', Jack Nicholson, 'About Schmidt'." 18. Film clip - 'The Pianist ' 19. Film clip - 'The Quiet American' 20. SOUNDBITE Ian Mc Kellen (Nominations Best Film): "The nomination for best film are 'Chicago', Martin Richards. 'Gangs of New York', Alberto Grimaldi, Harvey Weinstein. 'The Hours', Scott Rudin, Robert Fox. 'The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers', Barrie M Osborne, Fran Walsh, Peter Jackson. 'The Pianist', Roman Polanski, Robert Benmussa, lain Sarde." 21. Film clip - 'Gangs Of New York' 22. Film clip - 'Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers' 23. SOUNDBITE Sir Ian McKellen: "It's like all awards, it's recognition by people in the industry, people that really know what's easy and what's difficult, what's a real achievement. A pat on the back from your colleagues is one of the nicest things that you can get and so that is what it means. Your colleagues and people you don't know have said good work, well done." 24. SOUNDBITE Stuart Kemp ( European Film Editor - Hollywood Reporter ): "The nominations are very Hollywood driven which is a testament to the ability of the distributors of these movies to get them out to the voting people of BAFTA. So the tapes have been sent out and everyone has seen them. It is a very Hollywood-centric line up that the BAFTAS this year have. It has one all out to be an indicator for the Oscars, I think the Oscar nominations are likely to be very similar in feel and line up as these BAFTA ones are. It's what BAFTA originally wanted, to be a real positive indicator for the Oscars and that is what they have achieved this year, in all categories it is very Hollywood-centric." 25. Exterior BAFTA 'CHICAGO' AND 'GANGS OF NEW YORK' BATTLE IT OUT FOR THE BAFTAS 'Chicago' and 'Gangs of New York' led the way Monday in nominations for the the Orange British Academy Film Awards 2002 (aka the BAFTAs) each receiving nods in 12 categories. They have strong competition from 'The Hours', which was nominated for 11 of the awards to be handed out by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts on Feb. 23. All three films are up for Best Picture, along with 'Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers' and 'The Pianist.' The two major female Golden Globe winners, Nicole Kidman and Renee Zellweger, have been nominated for the same roles that won them their U.S. awards but this time will compete against each other in the same category for Best Actress. Kidman won the dramatic lead class at the Golden Globe ceremony on Jan. 23 for her portrayal of suicidal author Virginia Woolf in 'The Hours' while Zellweger picked up the musical-comedy award for her role in 'Chicago'. They are joined in the BAFTAs category by Meryl Streep, also for 'The Hours', Salma Hayek for 'Frida' and the surprise inclusion (a quirk to do with UK release dates, and the qualifying dates for inclusion) of Halle Berry for 'Monster's Ball', the role that won her the 2002 Best Actress Oscar. In the leading male category, newcomer Adrien Brody received his first nomination for 'The Pianist' and faces competition from awards veterans Michael Caine for 'The Quiet American', Jack Nicholson for 'About Schmidt', Daniel Day-Lewis for 'Gangs of New York' and Nicolas Cage for 'Adaptation'. The BAFTAs, previously handed out in April, became an essential stop on the pre-Oscar circuit after organizers shifted them to February two years ago. The date shift reconfirmed their significance as the Uk's top movie awards. This year's awards ceremony, to be hosted by comic and actor Stephen Fry, will take place exactly one month before the Oscars are handed out. NOMINATIONS for the FILM Chicago - Martin Richards Gangs of New York - Alberto Grimaldi/Harvey Weinstein The Hours - Scott Rudin/Robert Fox The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Barrie M Osborne/Fran Walsh/Peter Jackson The Pianist - Roman Polanski/Robert Benmussa/Alain Sarde THE ALEXANDER KORDA AWARD for the outstanding British Film of the year Bend it Like Beckham - Deepak Nayar/Gurinder Chadha Dirty Pretty Things - Tracey Seaward/Robert Jones/Stephen Frears The Hours - Scott Rudin/Robert Fox/Stephen Daldry The Magdalene Sisters - Frances Higson/Peter Mullan The Warrior - Betrand Faivre/Asif Kapadia THE CARL FOREMAN AWARD for special Achievement by a Director, Screenwriter or Producer in their first feature film SIMON BENT (Writer) - Christie Malry's Own Double Entry LUCY DARWIN (Producer) - Lost in La Mancha ASIF KAPADIA (Director/Co-Writer) - The Warrior DUNCAN ROY (Director/Writer) - AKA THE DAVID LEAN AWARD for achievement in Direction Chicago - Rob Marshall Gangs of New York - Martin Scorsese The Hours - Stephen Daldry The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Peter Jackson The Pianist - Roman Polanski SCREENPLAY (Original) And Your Mother Too (Y Tu Mama Tambien) - Carlos Cuarsn/Alfonso Cuarsn dirty pretty things - Steven Knight Gangs of New York - Jay Cocks/Steven Zaillian/Kenneth Lonergan The Magdalene Sisters - Peter Mullan Talk to Her (Hable con Ella) - Pedro Almodsvar SCREENPLAY (Adapted) About a Boy - Peter Hedges/Chris Weitz/Paul Weitz Adaptation - Charlie Kaufman/Donald Kaufman Catch Me If You Can - Jeff Nathanson The Hours - David Hare The Pianist - Ronald Harwood PERFORMANCE by an ACTRESS in a LEADING role Halle Berry - Monster's Ball Salma Hayek - Frida Nicole Kidman - The Hours Meryl Streep - The Hours Ren?e Zellweger - Chicago PEFORMANCE by an ACTOR in a LEADING role Adrien Brody - The Pianist Nicolas Cage - Adaptation Michael Caine - The Quiet American Daniel Day-Lewis - Gangs of New York Jack Nicholson - About Schmidt PERFORMANCE by an ACTRESS in a SUPPORTING role Toni Collette - About a Boy Queen Latifah - Chicago Julianne Moore - The Hours Meryl Streep - Adaptation Catherine Zeta-Jones - Chicago PERFORMANCE by an ACTOR in a SUPPORTING role Chris Cooper - Adaptation Ed Harris - The Hours Alfred Molina - Frida Paul Newman - Road to Perdition Christopher Walken - Catch Me If You Can THE ANTHONY ASQUITH AWARD for the achievement in Music Catch Me If You Can - John Williams Chicago - Danny Elfman/John Kander/Fred Ebb Gangs of New York - Howard Shore The Hours - Philip Glass The Pianist - Wojciech Kilar FILM NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE And Your Mother Too (Y Tu Mama Tambien) - Jorge Vergara/Alfonso Cuarsn City of God (Cidade Deus) - Andrea Barata Robeiro/Mauricio Andrade Ramos/Fernando Meirelles Devdas - Bharat Shah/Sanjay Leela Bhansali Talk to Her (Hable con Ella) - Agust?n Almodsvar/Pedro Almodsvar The Warrior - Betrand Faivre/Asif Kapadia CINEMATOGRAPHY Chicago - Dion Beebe Gangs of New York - Michael Ballhaus The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Andrew Lesnie The Pianist - Pawel Edelman Road to Perdition - Conrad L Hall PRODUCTION DESIGN Chicago - John Myhre Gangs of New York - Dante Ferretti Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - Stuart Craig The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Grant Major Road to Perdition - Dennis Gassner COSTUME DESIGN Catch Me If You Can - Mary Zophres Chicago - Colleen Atwood Frida - Julie Weiss Gangs of New York - Sandy Powell The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Ngila Dickson/Richard Taylor EDITING Chicago - Martin Walsh City of God (Cidade Deus) - Daniel Rezende Gangs of New York - Thelma Schoonmaker The Hours - Peter Boyle The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Michael Horton/Jabez Olssen SOUND Chicago Gangs of New York Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers The Pianist ACHIEVEMENT IN SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS Gangs of New York Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Minority Report Spider-Man MAKE UP & HAIR Chicago Frida Gangs of New York The Hours The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers SHORT FILM BOUNCER - Natasha Carlish/Sophie Morgan/Michael Baig-Clifford/Geoff Thompson CANDY BAR KID - Benjamin John/Shah Khan GOOD NIGHT - Yoav Factor/Chun Sun-Young THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MAN IN THE WORLD - Hugh Welchman/Alicia Duffy MY WRONGS 8245-8249 AND 117 - Mark Herbert/Chris Morris RANK - Andrew O'Connell/David Yates/Robbie McCallum SHORT ANIMATION THE CHUB CHUBS - Jacquie Barnbrook/Eric Armstrong/Jeff Wolverton THE DOG WHO WAS A CAT INSIDE - Andrew Ruhemann/Si?n Rees/Siri Melchoir FISH NEVER SLEEP - Ga?lle Denis SAP - Lucie Wenigerova/Kim Hyun-Joo WEDDING ESPRESSO - Jonathan Bairstow/Sandra Ensby/Lesley Glaister CLEARANCE DETAILS The Hours Miramax 212 941 3800 Chicago Miramax 44 (0) 20 7535 8300 1 212 941 3800 Gangs of New York 20th Century Fox 1 310 369 3605 Adaptation Sony 1 310 244 4000 Talk to her Sony Pictures 1 310 244 4000 City Of God Miramax ? 212 941 3800 The Pianist Focus Features The Quiet American Miramax ? 212 941 3800 Dirty Pretty Things Miramax ? 212 941 3800 Road To Perdtition 20th Century Fox 1 310 369 3605 Frida Miramax ? 212 941 3800 Catch Me If You Can UIP 0208 741 9602
TV TALK SHOWS
The following is a list of David Susskind Shows possibly housed in a number off-site facilities--if they can be located at all. These listed programs HAVE NOT BEEN INSPECTED thus we cannot guarantee the existence, quality, duration or timely delivery of any of the material listed here. We offer access to these tapes on the following basis ONLY: All tapes are on their original 2" video format. The only way to verify the contents is to screen them, thus we will need to pull them from the inventory, ship and transfer them before we are able to verify content and quality. A $500 fee PER TAPE is required when ordering screening material from this collection. This fee is NON-REFUNDABLE. This fee will cover the cost of 2" tape handling, 2" Fed-Ex shipping (2-way) and 2" transfer. PLEASE NOTE THAT MANY SHOWS ARE ON TWO SEPARATE TAPES, THUS IT COULD COST DOUBLE ($1000) TO SCREEN SOME COMPLETE SHOWS. PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT EVEN IF YOU ORDER A SHOW BASED ON THE CATALOG NUMBER AND TITLE FROM THIS DATABASE WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL GET THE TAPE YOU ORDER. THIS IS BECAUSE THROUGH THE YEARS TAPES MAY HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE INCORRECT CASES AND THE WRITTEN INFORMATION ON THE CASES IS ALL WE HAVE TO ID A TAPE BEFORE IT IS TRANSFERRED. WHILE WE WILL USE ALL EFFORTS TO EXPEDITE YOUR REQUEST, BUT WE CANNOT RUSH THE PROCESS, AND YOU ORDER THESE AT YOUR OWN RISK. IF WE DO NOT LOCATE THE TAPE THERE IS NO CHARGE, BUT IF WE DO AND IT IS REMOVED FROM THE FACILITY FOR TRANSFER, YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THESE NON-REFUNDABLE FEES. THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1969 - 1984 12/29/69 SAMANTHA SUSSKIND AND JULIET FUNT: BABES IN TOYLAND SAMANTHA SUSSKIND, JULIET FUNT, MRS. DAVID SUSSKIND, MRS. ALLEN FUNT, STEPHEN MILLER 18449 10/04/70 WOMEN'S LIB - MEN WHO LOVE IT! WOMEN WHO HATE IT! PART I - THE WOMEN:JEANNIE SAKOL, MONA ROMAN, VALERIE PASCAL DELACORTE, LUCI ANNE GOLDBERG, SUZANNE JAMES, CAROL GREGER PART II - THE MEN: TIMOTHY COONEY, DR. SHEPARD ARONSON, MARC FASTEAU, CARTER BALES, GERALD GARDNER 19437 11/22/70 GROUP ENCOUNTERS MEAN TOUCHING, FEELING, SCREAMING, STRIPPING HANNAH WEINER, HARRY SLOAN, BOB KRIEGEL, DAVIS SCHIFFMAN, MARTIN SHEPARD M.D, STEVE GELMAN 19444 12/27/70 OVERWEIGHT? UNHAPPY? EXPERTS ON DIETING DR. ROBERT ATKINS, ALYCE FINELL, DR. MORTON GLEN, JEREMY STEVENS, NANCY GOULD, DR. IRWIN STILLMAN 19445 12/27/70 WHERE THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE SWING DEREK HALL - CAINE, ELAINE KAUFMAN, PIERRE GROLEAU, OLEG CASSINI, WARNER LEROY 19445 01/24/71 THE PRO AND CON OF THE JEWISH DEFENSE LEAGUE PRO: RABBI MEIR KAHANE, NBERTRAM ZWEIBON, DOV SPERLING, JOSHUA JOFFEE CON: RABBI MARC TANENBAUM, MORRIS ABRAM, RABBI ARTHUR SCHNEIER, ARNOLD FORSTER 19457 01/31/71 LANDLORDS AND TENANTS AT WAR LANDLORDS: ROBERT KOENIG, WILLIAM MOSES, ABRAHAM KATZ, ROBERT MALOOF TENANTS: RUDY TOLBERT, VERTELLE X REEDER, REVEREND WILFREDO VELEZ, BERNARD LEONARD 19456 02/07/71 BEAUTIFUL ACTRESSES TURNED AUTHORS - VIVA, DIANE CILENTO, JOANNA BARNES 19831, 19458 02/14/71 ARE YOU HUNG UP AND NEUROTIC? 6 PSYCHIATRISTS! DR. NATHANIEL ROSS, DR. ROBERT JAY LIFTON, DR. ABRAHAM WEINBERG, DR. CHARLES SOCARIDES, DR. ANDREW FERBER, DR. CYRIL FRANKS 19459 02/21/71 ROCK MUSIC THAT SOUNDS GOOD: SEALS AND CROFTS! JIMMY SEALS AND DASH CROFTS 19460 02/28/71 HOW TO CONQUER THE FEAR OF DEATH DR. MORTON M. KLIGERMAN, MRS. MARY BRITTEN, DR. MICHAEL BRESCIA, SISTER MAUREEN PATRICIA FLANNERY, DR. MELVIN J. KRANT, REVEREND CARL NIGHSWONGER 19447 03/14/71 THE EXPLOSION IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH! KENNETH L. WOODWARD, WILLIAM VAN ETTEN CASEY, SJ, THOMAS DAVIS, FRANCINE GRAY, KENNETH BAKER, SJ, DR. EVER CURTIS 19462 03/21/71 ANGRY TAXPAYERS BATTLE MILITANT WELFARE MOTHERS! MARVIN DANSINGER, EMMA MCPHERSON, BOGDAN WASIUTYNSKI, GEORGEANN SALISBURY, JACKI MCKINNEY, EUGENE BARFOOT, DAVID HIMMELSTEIN, HELEN REICHENBECHER 19463 03/28/71 WHAT IT'S LIKE TO BE OUT OF WORK - 5 EXECUTIVES HIT BY THE RECESSION VERNON MACKIE, JANE MILLER, EDWARD BOTWIN, FRED THOME, SAL CAVALLARO 19464 04/11/71 6 WHO'VE QUIT THE RAT RACE ANDRE GROS DAILLON, HELENGROS DAILLON, REV. HAROLD SKIDMORE, MARY ORPIN, SIDNEY DICKLER, FRANK VAN DYK 19458 04/11/71 THE OUTRAGEOUS WITH OF GORE VIDAL 19458 04/18/71 WHAT HAPPENS AT THE MASTERS AND JOHNSON SEX CLINIC JOAN AND HAROLD K 19466 04/18/71 UNWED MOTHERS CLAIM HUSBANDS ARE OBSOLETE MARY JANE GEIGER, JANE HARRIMAN, ODE BITTON, BARBARA CROSBY 19466 04/25/71 THE HELL OF VIETNAM AS YOU'VE NEVER HEARD IT BEFORE! 6 VETERANS BRADFORD BRITT, ROBERT O. MULLER, STEPHEN MCDONOUGH, CHARLES KNIGHT, JERRY CONER, STEVEN UZZI 19468 05/02/71 THE MATING GAME - THE SWINGING SINGLES SCENE ALICE WAYNE, MARTY O'HARA, JOE MAURO, SANDY SCHNALL, IRVING GRUBER, ANETTA LABOURENE, SAUL RITCHFIELD, GLORIA BENTLEY, AL STILLMAN, BARBARA KASENETZ 19469 05/09/71 WHITE PARENTS WHO ADOPT BLACK CHILDREN JOHN AND STEPHANIE HARAKAL, GEORGE AND MARJORIE RUBIN, TONY AND PEGGY MANGOGNA 19471 05/09/71 THE MAN WHO RUNS AGAINST NIXON - REPRESENTATIVE PAUL N. 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TOM WICKER, SHELDON HACKNEY, A.J.COOPER, WILLIAM EMERSON, BRANDT AYERS, BETTY TALMADGE, BARRY BINGHAM 27820 02/06/77 THE TRUTH ABOUT SPORTS - FUNNY, GLAMOROUS AND SEEDY RED SMITH, DAN JENKINS, DICK SCHAPP, MORRIE SIEGEL, DAVE ANDERSON, PETE AXTHELM 27821 02/13/77 NEVER AGAIN - TEH BITTER LEGACY OF VIETNAM WILLIAM COLBY, DAVID HALBERSTAM, GLORIA EMERSON 27823 02/20/77 PART I: THE BARE FACTS ABOUT BALDNESS JERRY DELLA FEMINA, KENNETH BATTELLE, ROBERT TEMLIAK, ELLIOT NONAS, DENIS LAMARSH, DR.JAY BARNETT 27824 02/20/77 PART II: GET THE COCKROACHES OUT OF YOUR HOME ALICE GRAY, NORMAN COOPER, RICHARD ELDREDGE, NORMAN GOLDENBERG 27824 03/06/77 PART I: SINGLES IN THE SUBURBS LINDA NARD, JEFF BEAL, SARA HUDSON, KELLY EMMONS, ED ZEIDNER, JACQUE DEJOHN, GENE MIKOLS, KITTY GREENSETIN 27827 03/06/77 PART II: REGGAE MUSIC TIMOTHY WHITE, MICHAEL COOPER, STEPHEN COORE, PERRY HENZELL, BARBARA GLOUDEN, MAX ROMEO, BRETT ALEXANDER 27827 03/13/77 PART I: CONVERSATION WITH A PIMP TOM 27829 03/20/77 HOW TO GET RID OF YOUR HEADACHES A.PATIENTS - JOELLA CRAMBLIT, BEN SMITH, JAMES ANDERSON, SHERRY HUBER B.EXPERTS - DR.DAVID CODDON, DR.SEYMOUR DIAMOND, DR.CHARLES DEMIRJIAN, DR.WALTER CASKEY 27825 03/27/77 GORE VIDAL UNCENSORED 27832 04/03/77 TEENAGE MUGGERS CONFESS A.MUGGERS: JOHN,BILL,MIKE,PETER SAVAGE,MICHELLE,TOM,GENE B.BLACK KIDS WHO'VE MADE IT: CARLOS GRIFFITH, VERNICE MILLER, GEORGE O'NEAL LYONS, VIETTA JOHNSON, ROBERT HARPER 27830 05/01/77 PART I: HOW CHILDREN FEEL ABOUT THEMSELVES AND THE WORLD AROUND THEM KARA ZAITZ, JEREMIAH & JOSHUA COHEN, CLAUDE BROOKS, AISSIA RICHARDSON, MATTHEW NEWTON, ORIANA ZILL, POLLY ERICKSEN, PETER BURRIS, ADAM MICHAELS 27835 05/01/77 PART II: EXPERTS ON CHILD BEHAVIOR DR.LEE SALK, DR.NICHOLAS ZILL, PEGGY CHARREN 27835 05/08/77 PART I: WE'VE COME A LONG WAY: WOMEN MOVIE MAKERS NANCY DOWD, BARBARA KOPPLE, ELEANOR PERRY, JOAN MICKLIN, SILVER 27836 05/15/77 PART I: WHERE THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE EAT PEARL WONG, ARMANDO ORSINI, PAUL KOVI, SHELDON TANNEN, WALLY GANZI, WARNER LEROY 27838 05/15/77 PART II: ARE WE A NATION OF JUNK FOOD JUNKIES? 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MILLER, NORMAN COUSINS 27837 05/29/77 THE BIG BOOM ON BROADWAY ALEXANDER COHEN, DAVID MAMET, ZELDA FICHANDLER, HAROLD PRONCE, ANTHONY PERKINS, CLIVE BARNES 27840 06/05/77 WE STILL LIKE NIXON: THREE DIEHARDS BRUCE HERSCHENSOHN, HENRY CASHEN, ARAM BAKSHIAN 27841 07/10/77 PART I: THE CATS MEOW - SEVEN FELINES AND THEIR OWNERS JOAN BREARLEY, DR.ALFRED GROSSMAN, BILL WIELER, JUDY FIREMAN, LINDA WORTHINGTON 27815 07/10/77 PART II: DR.HERBERT BENSON AND "THE RELAXATION RESPONSE" 27815 08/28/77 PART I: MISTRESSES ANONYMOUS BARBARA CONDOS, MELISSA SANDS 27842 08/28/77 PART II: HITLERMANIA: OUR FASCINATION WITH THE NAZIS DR.ROBERT JAU LIFTON, ROBERT G.L.WAITE, DR.LOUIS SNYDER, JOHN TOLAND, DR.WILLIAM SHERIDAN ALLEN, DR.HENRY TURNER, TIM MASON 27842 03/16/77 RELIGOUS CONVERTS 27831 09/18/77 PART I: SHAPE UP AMERICA - THE PHYSOCAL FITNESS EXPLOSION DR.HERMAN HELLERSTEIN, DR.NORBERT SANDER, KATHERINE SWITZER, DR.PAUL MILVY 27843 09/18/77 PART II: CONFESSIONS OF THREE WHITE COLLAR CRIMINALS JOE BRISBOIS, JACKIE BUTNER, BILL SCHONOWSKI 27843 09/25/77 WE'RE MAD AS HELL - SECRETARIES STRIKE BACK PAT FITZGERALD, JUDITH RINK, RENEE LORD, TESSA GEORGE, MARGIE ALBERT, JUDI FREEMAN 27839 09/25/77 FORMER SECRETARIES CHARLOTTE JONES, PAULA HUGHES 27839 10/02/77 WHO WAS LEE HARVEY OSWALD? JACK ANDERSON, ROBERT SAM ANSON, DAVID PHILLIPS, ROBERT GEMBERLING, JONES HARRIS, PETER DALE SCOTT 29201 10/16/77 PART II: TODAY'S WORLD OF ROCK DAVE MARSH, JOHN ROCKWELL, DEE ANTHONY, JOHNNY WINTER, GEORGE FRAYNE 29202 10/23/77 PART I: HYPNOSIS CURES: DOCTORS AND PATIENTS DEMONSTRATE DR.ERNEST ROCKEY, DR.BARBARA DEBETZ, DR.HERBERT SPIEGEL, DR.DAVID SPIEGEL, DR.JEFFREY TARTE D.D.S., CHARLES SNYDER, MARJORIE STRIDER, ELYCE ENGLAND, HERBERT KLIEGERMAN, SANDRA BEHRMAN 29204 11/13/77 PART II: BETTING ON SPORTS - TOUTS AND TIPSTERS RICHARD BOMZE, GREG PELLINI, JULIUS GAFFNEY SCHANZER, JIM FEIST 29206 11/20/77 PART I: ALL ABOUT SEX THERAPY DR.HELEN SINGER KAPLAN M.D., DR.JOSEPH LOPICCOLO PH.D., DR.MAJ-BRITT ROSENBAUM M.D., DR. 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NATALEE GREENFIELD, JAMES LUGGEN, HEIDI EVANS, ILA COOPER, BARBARA SEAMAN, HOWARD SHAPIRO M.D., EDWIN ORITZ M.D., BEN-ZION TABER M.D., MELVIN TAYMOR M.D. 29213 12/25/77 OUR HOUSES ARE HAUNTED - SPIRITS, PHANTOMS AND TRUE GHOST STORIES JAY ANSON, ARNOLD COOPER, FRED MOORE, BETTY MOORE, DR. JOHN FRANK, SUSAN C. GIGLIO, EDWARD WARREN, LORRAINE WARREN, FATHER ALPHONSUS TRABOLD, DR. 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ISADORE ROSENFELD 29239 08/27/78 PART I: WE WON'T PAY - TAXPAYERS IN REVOLT 29227 08/27/78 - PART II: TERRORISTS BEWARE: PROFESSIONAL PROTECTORS 29227 09/24/78 PART I: BABIES FOR SALE - THE BLACK MARKET IN CHILDREN DAVID LEAVITT, BEATTY LIPMAN, LINDA, CONGRESSMAN HENRY HYDE, NANCY BAKER, ROBERT BURNS, JUNE MATZ 29243 10/01/78 JOHN J. O'CONNOR 30703 10/01/78 PART II: TURNING OFF THE TUBE - LIFE WITHOUT TELEVISION A. CHILDREN: FRED IFRAH, DAWN KAYNO, DEREK LIPPNER, CHRISSY MAGLIOCCO, LEAH PIKE, DAVID STEINGLASS B. PARENTS AND TEACHERS: JOYCE SUSSKIND, NANCY PIKE, BARBARA GOLDFARB, PAT MAGLIOCCO, JUDITY ROHN, TANYA KAUFMAN 30703 10/08/78 PART I: FED UP WITH THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION - SIX ASEXUALS GAIL RACHLIN, BILL PRIEST, DANIELLA GIOSEFFI, RICHARD MILNER, MARIAN TESSA, GARY NULL 29240 10/08/78 PART II: HOW TO COPE WITH LONELINESS ERICA ABEEL, DR. 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GREEN 30710 11/19/78 PART II: SUPER SALESMEN JOE GIRARD, LOIS BECKER, TOM WOLF, BOB SHOOK 30710 11/26/78 PART I: STARTLING STORIES OF LIFE AFTER DEATH DR. MAURICE RAWLINGS, CHARLES MCKAIG, VIRGINIA FALCY, KENNETH RING, HELEN NELSON, DR. MICHAEL SABOM 30712 11/26/78 PART II: ANGRY CITIZENS VS. THE POST OFFICE JAMES FINCH, BOB GRANT, ROBERT MEYERS, JAMES LAPENTA, PAT BRENNAN 30712 12/03/78 PART I: SURGEON / SALESMAN BILL MACKAY 30714 12/03/78 PART II: LONELY, UNHAPPY & BROKE - DISPLACED HOMEMAKERS FLORENCE GRIFFIN, JACQUELINE BACHMAN, LESLIE WALD WALDHORN, SANDRA JACOBS, JANE LEE LITTLETON 30714 12/10/78 PART I: IF BETTY FORD COULD DO IT - ALL ABOUT FACE LIFTS RICHARD KIELING, LILLIAM FRASER, D. RALPH MILLARD, M.D., DIRIS LILLY, MICHAEL HOGAN, M.D. 30716 12/10/78 PART II: TO JOG OR NOT TO JOG DAVID BRODY, M.D., DAVID NOONAN, RICHARD A.SCHWARTZ, M.D., RICHARD RESTAK, M.D., PAUL FETSCHER 30716 12/17/78 WE WANT A BABY - NEW HOPE FOR INFERTILE COUPLES A. 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PAMELA BROWN, MIKE PARADINE, BILL GILE, NANCY HENKEL, IRWIN HASEN 32111 01/13/80 PART II: LAUGHTER IS THE BEST MEDICINE NORMAN COUSINS 32111 01/27/80 A MEDIUM WHO TALKS TO THE DEAD - DORIS STOKES DORIS STOKES 32103 02/10/80 WHAT'S NEW WITH JACKIE, SINATRA, STREISAND, BEATTY, MINNELLI AND REYNOLDS, TOO LIZ SMITH, CHICAGO TRIBUNE - NEW YORK DAILY NEWS: TAKI THEODORACOPULOS, ESQUIRE: DAVID SHEEHAN, DIANA MCLELLAN, "THE EAR", IN THE WASHINGTON STAR 32119 02/17/80 09/21/80 12/13/81 PART I: LIFE AT 5THE TOP - WIVES OF FAMOUS MEN JOYCE DAVIDSON SUSSKIND, NANCY MEHTA, MARILYN FUNT, NORRIS CHURCH 32113 02/24/80 09/14/80 PART II: GARBAGE OF THE STARS A.J. WEBERMAN, GARBOLOGIST 32118 03/02/80 07/27/80 PART I: WE'RE HIGH ON BEING TALL GEORGE ANDREWS - 6'6", JUDY VOGEL - 6', CECILIA GARDNER - 6'1", KERRY KEANE - 6'6", TERRY LEE - 5'11", ALICE WHITE - 6' 32121 03/02/80 PART II: SIZING UP THE NEWSCASTERS PHILIP MCHUGH 32121 03/23/80 08/03/80 PART I: THE DATING SERVICE FOR WINNER THE GODMOTHER: ABBY HIRSCH CLIENTS: BARBARA WRENN, DOUGLAS RIPPETO, MITCHEL MITCHEL, BABETTE GLADSTEIN 32126 03/23/80 08/03/80 PART II: THE GIRL WHO HAD EVERYTHING - DORIAN LEIGH DORIAN LEIGH 32126 04/06/80 PART II: THE NATIONAL LAMPOON P.J. O'ROURKE, GERALD SUSSMAN, TOD CARROLL, JOHN HUGHES 32122 04/20/80 PART I: APOCALYPSE SOON: A CONVERSATION WITH WILLIAM SIMON WILLIAM SIMON, FORMER TREASURY SECRETARY 32127 04/20/80 PART II: BEWARE OF PICKPOCKETS CARL LEWIS, DETECTIVE ROBERT MAGONE 32127 04/27/80 01/31/82 PART I: THE SHAME OF OUR HOSPITALS - FIVE ANGRY NURSES CAROL, REBECCA, ELEANOR, RUTH AND HELEN 32129 04/27/80 01/31/82 PART II: DR. WILLIAM NOLEN WILLIAM A. NOLEN, M.D. 32129 05/11/80 PART II: SOUTHERN JOURNALISTS TALK ABOUT JIMMY CARTER AND OTHER GOOL OLE BOYS LARRY KING AUTHOR: OF OUTLAWS, CON MEN, WHORES, POLITICIANS AND OTHER ARTIST'S. MARSHALL FRADY, AUTHOR: SOUTHERNERS. ROT BLLUNT JR., AUTHOR: CRACKERS 32132 05/25/80 PART II: THE LAST OF THE COWBOYS - 5 TRUCKERS RUSSELL "CAPTAIN ZIG ZAG" PATE, GEORGE "WILDMAN" RALES, ED "SKY PILOT" WINTERSTEEN, MIKE "DOUBLE R" CRAKER, JAMES "BUCKY" BUCKOWSKI 32134 06/01/80 PART I: BEAT INFLATION WITH DIAMONDS, ART, STAMPS AND COINS NICOLA BULGARI, RICHARD L. FEIGEN, RAYMOND WEIL AND HARVEY STACK 32128 06/01/80 PART II: HOLLYWOOD PRODUCER - JENNINGS LANG JENNINGS LANG 32128 06/08/80 PART I: INFLATION IS KILLING US! 5 ANGRY VICTIMS NITA DENNIS, JOE CURLEY, JOSPEH MULHOLLAND, ANNE AND GEORGE ANDREWS 32133 06/08/80 PART II: MIND OVER BODY - A DEMONSTRATION OF THE MARTIAL ARTS LINDA LUTES AND NELSON HOWE 32133 06/15/80 PART I: UPDATE ON MEDICAL BREAKTHROUGHS - DR. ISADORE ROSENFELD ISADORE ROSENFELD M.D. 32140 06/15/80 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH CORINNA MARSH CORINNA MARSH 32140 06/22/80 WHY ARE THE BULLS RUNNING ON WALL STREET JOSEPH GRANVILLE, BURTON MALKIEL, DAVID DREMAN, RAYMOND DEVOE, JOHN NEFF 32142 06/29/80 PART II: THE TWO PAYCHECK MARRIAGE JUDY HUNT, CHARLES MITCHELL, MEG WHITCOMB, JEANNE CANTEEN, PRATT 32141 10/12/80 A DESPERATE TIME - WILLIAM SIMON ON THE STATE OF THE UNION FORMER TREASURE SECRETARY, WILLIAM E. SIMON 33605 10/19/80 A CONVERSATION WITH HAL GULLIVER HAROLD GULLIVER, EDITOR, ATLANTA CONSTITUTION 33606 11/02/80 - 07/05/81 PART I: BIG, BEAUTIFUL WOMEN - NO SIN TO BE A SIZE 18 MADALINE SPARKS, ILVIRA TORTORA, BARBARA BETZA, STELL REICHMAN, LILLIAM NILSON 33602 11/02/80 - 07/05/81 PART II: IS THIN STILL IN? SUZIE BERTIN, JILL DIRKS, JOHNA JOHNSON, BARBARA PEARLMAN 33602 11/09/80 - 10/04/81 PART I: MEET AND MARRY THROUGH THE PERSONAL ADS JUDI MCMAHON, BILL JAMES, STEPHEN T. HEYMANN, STEPHANIE KAPILIAN, BOB EVANS 32139 11/09/80 - 10/04/81 PART II: NO KIDS FOR US PLEASE SNNE SEIFERT, WALTER CALLAHAN, BARBARA COFFEY, DOROTHY WILSON, IVAN MENDELSON 32139 11/16/80 - 07/12/81 PART I: LIFE AFTER DARK - NIGHT PEOPLE TELL ALL RICHARD WEXLER, CINDY CAPALDO, BLEECKER BOB PLOTNIK, ABLE ABEL, SAVARIO COSTANZA 33601 11/23/80 - 09/20/81 PART I: WOMEN RATE MEN: LOVERS AND LOSERS NAN ROBERTSON, SUSANNA HOFFMAN, CAROL BOTWIN 32136 11/30/80 PART I: THE JEANING OF AMERICA: MODELS, MOGULS AND MAKERS JOSEPH NAKASH (JORDACHE), PAUL GUEZ (SASSOON), WARREN HIRSH (GLORIA VANDERBILT) 33603 11/30/80 PART II: NOT FOR WOMEN ONLY - MEN'S COSMETICS TONY CARVETTE (GEORGETTE KLINGER), TOM DAY (CLINIQUE), JAN STUART (JAN STUART), CHIP TOLBERT (MENS FASHION ASSOCIATION), PAUL WILMOT (HALSTON) 33603 12/07/80 - 08/02/81 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH MICHAEL THOMAS MICHAEL THOMAS, AUTHOR GREEN MONDAY 33609 12/14/80 - 07/18/81 PART I: ARE LAWYERS RUINING OUR LIVES? PHILIP M. STERN, GEOFFREY C. HAZARD, FRANK R. ROSINY, ALAN B. MORISON, JUDGE WILLIAM B. LAWLESS 33607 12/14/80 PART II: NORMAN DACEY, ROSEMARY FURMAN 33607 12/21/80 - 08/30/81 PART I: FEELING GOOD ALL UNDER - THE ELEGANT NEW LINGERIE REBECCA ASPAN, BELL TICE, ORA FEDER, DAVID STIFFLER, SAMI 33613 12/21/80 - 08/30/81 PART II: BEST FRIENDS AND BEST SELLERS CONSUELO BAEHR, SUSAN ISAACS, HILMA WOLITZER 33613 12/28/80 THE REMARKABLE JONATHAN SCHWARTZ - A SPECAL PERFORMANCE JONATHAN SCHWATRZ 33612 01/11/81 - 09/13/81 PART I: THE INCREDIBLE WORLD OF MOTHER TERESA JOYCE DAVIDSON SUSSKIND 33608 01/11/81 - 09/13/81 PART II: HOW TO SUCCEED? GO TO BUSINESS SCHOOL SUSAN THOMAS, JED DALY, ROBERT FRIEDMAN, JAY ESSEY. ELIZABETH CLOSTERMAN 33608 01/18/81 - 04/15/84 PART I: WATCH YOUR LANGUAGE JOHN SIMON, RICHARD MITCHELL, EDWIN NEWMAN 33611 01/18/81 PART II: WHERE THE BODIES ARE BURIED - WASHINGTON LOWDOWN DONALD LAMBRO, CHARLES PETERS, MICHAEL J. MALBIN, FRANK SILBEY 33611 01/25/81 PART II: HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR EATING HABITS RICHARD S. RIVLIN M.D., RICHARD PASSWATER, DR. ROBERT PALMER, JOSEPH RECHTSCHAFFEN M.D. 33616 02/08/81 - 08/23/81 PART I: TAKE THOSE INCHES OFF! SHAPE UP WITH EXCERCISE MARJORIE CRAIG, LYDIA BACH, CHARLES GAINES, MARUSCHKA 33614 02/08/81 - 08/23 81 PART II: THE ESTABLISHMENT LEONARD AND MARK SILK, STEPHEN BIRMINGHAM 33614 02/15/81 CELEBRITY WATCHING WITH LIZ SMITH, TAKI, JAMES BRADY AND JODY JACOBS 33620 02/22/81 HOW TO SURVIVE AND PROSPER IN THE 80'S HOWARD RUFF, DOUGLAS CASEY, JEROME SMITH, THOMAS HOLT 33621 03/01/81 - 08/09/81 PART 1: PRETTY BABIES - THE NEW TEEN AGE MODELS BETTINA, LORI LOUGHLIN, CATHLEEN ESS, FELICE SCHACHTER, LENA REID 33619 03/01/81 - 08/09/81 PART II: ARE YOUR CHILDREN BECOMING ADULTS TOO SOON? DR. AARON HASS, PATRICIA O'BRIEN, ARTHUR KORNHABER M.D., ADELE HOFFMAN, M.D. 33619 03/08/81 BIGOTRY RIDES AGAIN WILLIAM SLOANE COFFIN, ARNOLD FORSTER, WILLIAM A. FUSHER, CONGRESSMAN JOHN CONYERS, DR. M. MORAN WESTON 33622 03/15/81 THE BATTLE FOR SURVIVAL - THE AMERICAN AUTO INDUSTRY WENDELL H. MILLER, STEPHEN L. SCHLOSSBERG, TOM HANNA, JERRY FLINT, DAVID HEALY 33623 03/22/82 - 07/26/81 PART I: POURING OUT YOUR TROUBLES - BARTENDERS TELL ALL PADDY QUINN, CHARLIE SCHOENEMAN, RAY FOLEY, JOHN "SHIRTS" HUGHES, KITTY FITZKE 33615 03/22/81 - 07/26/81 PART II: TWINS WHO MARRIED TWINS BARBI GOLDENBERG, D.D.S., BRUCE GOLDENBERG, D.D.S., CHERYL GOLDENBERG, D.D.S., BARRY GOLDENBERG, D.D.S., 33615 03/29/81 - 09/27/81 THE MORAL MAJORITY ON THE WAR PATH DR. TIM LA HAYE, DR. DAN C. FORE, SENATOR FRANK CHURCH. DR. DANIEL C. MAQUIRE 33624 04/05/81 - 08/16/81 PART I: WOMEN AND SUCCESS - MAKING IT TO THE TOP JUDY MELLO, ANNE P. HYDE, SUSAN HOROWITZ, PAULA D. HUGHES, JO FOXWORTH 33625 04/05/81 - 08/16/81 - 05/06 84 PART II: THE TRUTH ABOUT SENILITY ROBERT N. BUTLER, M.D., DENNETH L. DAVIS, M.D., DR. PETER DAVIES, DR. ROSE ROBROF 33625 04/12/81 PART I: BANKS ON THE BRINK MURIEL SIEBERT, LEE GUNDERSON, H. ERICH HEINEMANN, WILLIAM E. DONOGHUE, DR. SAUL B. KLAYMAN 33626 04/12/81 - 05/20/84 PART II: DOCTORS WIVES CARLA FINE, LINDA SHIPLEY, LINDA SEDA, LORI TAYLOR 33626 04/26/81 THE AMERICAN MILITARY MACHINE: ARE WE READY FOR BATTLE? CONGRESSMAN JIM COURTER, BARRY R. POSEN, BRIGADIER GENERAL ALBION KNIGHT JR., EDWARD LUTTWALK, GENERAL VOLNEY F. WARNER 33628 05/10/81 FROM HOLLYWOOD TO BROADWAY - PART II: MCCANN AND NUGENT NELLE NUGENT AND ELIZABETH MCCANN 33631 05/18/81 PART I: HOMELESS AND HELPLESS - PEOPLE WHO LIVE ON THE STREETS ANN MARIE ROUSSEAU, WILLIAM KUEHNE, ANTON GALENOS, SELMA (MARIE) PRICE, SYD ROLFS, VERONICA (VIRGINIA) WILLIAMS, GENE PALMER 33632 05/17/81 PART II: SPORTS AMERICAN STYLE: BIG, BRUISING BUSINESS DICK SHAAP, PETER BONVENTRE, MIKE LUPICA, DAN JENKINS 33632 05/24/81 PART I: SURVIVALISTS: PREPARING FOR DOOMSDAY KURT SAXON, JOSEPH RUSTICK M.D., ROBERT FIRTH, GENE AND PEARL TARMAN 33633 05/24/81 PART II: DELAYED MOTHERHOOD - HAVING CHILDREN AT AGE 35 JULIE HOUSTON, LYNN POVICH, JACQULINE PESUT, LUISA LA VIOLA, DR. PEGGY EWING 33633 06/07/81 PART II: A VANISHING BREED - THE PROFESSIONAL VOLUNTEER VIVIAN HARRIS, MARY LINDSAY, JEAN DELAFIELD, ISABELLE STEVENSON, GLORIA W. MILLIKEN 33635 06/14/81 PART II: THE TRUTH ABOUT THE TONY AWARDS ALEXANDER H. COHEN, HILDY PARKS 33636 06/21/81 PART I: REPORT FROM THREE DOCTORS - THE LATEST IN MEDICINE ISADORE ROSENFELD, M.D., DR. JOHN H. LARAGH, DR. JOSEPH WILDER 33630 06/21/81 PART II: HOW TO SUE WITHOUT A LAWYER JOHN STRIKER, ANDREW SHAPIRO 33630 06/28/81 PART I: SHOW BUSINESS COUPLES RENEE TAYLOR, JOSEPH BOLOGNA, MERGE REDMOND, JACK WESTON 33634 06/28/81 PART II: WHO REMEMBERS CARTER - JOSEPH CALIFANO DOES, THAT'S WHO 33634 10/11/81 - 08/08/82 STARTING OVER AFTER DIVORCE: MIDDLE AGED SINGLES RICHARD SCHICKEL, ANNE PARK, MARTHA HUGHES, STEVEN BRALOVE, RITA MCDOWELL 33637 10/18/81 - 08/01/82 PART I: THE REAL CHORUS LINE: BROADWAY DANCERS DONNA DRAKE, BOB HEATH, MARYBETH KURDOCK, DAVID EVANS, RON SCHWINN, JOAN BELL, DEAN BADOLATE, MARY ANN NILES 33638 10/18/81 - 08/01/82 PART II: FACES IN THE CROWD - MOVIE EXTRAS ROZ BRAVERMAN, ANDREW MURPHY, BARRY WISEMAN, SHANNON SORIN, VELA CERES 33638 10/25/81 PART I: MAKING MARRIAGE WORK: MARRIAGE COUNSELORS LAURA SINGER, DR. ROBERT RYDER, DR. MEL KRANTZLER, DR. FREDERICK HUMPHREY 35451 10/25/81 PART II: DIVORCE MEDIATORS DR. JOHN M. HAYNES, LAWRENCE GAUGHAN, SAMUEL MARGUILES, VIRGINIA STAFFORD 35451 11/01/81 WHAT PLASTIC SURGERY CAN DO FOR YOU DR. RALPH MILLARD, DR. CHRISTOPHER WEATHERLEY-WHITE, DR. BRUCE CONNELL, DR. MICHAEL HOGAN 35452 11/08/81 - 07/18/82 PART II: THE MYSTERY OF SLEEP DR. RICHARD BOOTZIN, DR. QUENTIN REGESTEIN, DR. ELLIOT WEITZMAN 35453 11/15/81 PART I: MOTHERS WITHOUT CUSTODY ELLEN KIMBALL, "JACKIE", BARBARA 35455 11/15/81 PART II: CAMPUS CONSERVATIVES KEENEY JONES, JOHN GOODWIN, BENNETT COOPER, TERRY QUIST 35455 11/22/81 PART I: A TALK WITH FATHER THEODORE HESBURGH 34556 11/29/81 - 07/04/82 PART I: THE SWINGERS PARADISE OF CLUB MED ROD FRANKEL, DOREEN WOODRUM, SUSAN FRAYTUS, RICKY DETRES, BOB LEIGHTON, CLAUDE KEBBE 35454 11/29/81 - 07/04/82 PART II: RETURN TO THE NEST STEPHANIE GANGI, TOM RIPP, FRANK SCHIRALLI, SCOTT MARTONE, ANGELA DIVERGILIO 35454 12/20/81 - 06/27/82 PART I: DON'T GO NEAR THE WATER! ELEGANT NEW SWIMWEAR LIZA BRUCE, ANNE COLE, STANLEY REGENBOGAN, FRANK FRIEND, MIRIAM RUZOW 35459 12/20/81 - 06/27/82 - 01/08/84 - 07/22/84 - 02/16/86 PART II: ALL ABOUT HANGOVERS DAVID OUTERBRIDGE, NELSON DEMILLE, PETER WALSH, HERBERT GOULD, M.D. 35459 01/03/82 PART I: AN INTERVIEW WITH GLADYCE BEGELMAN: CO-AUTHOR OF "NEW YORK ON $1000.00 A DAY" 35457 01/03/82 - 08/29/82 - 04/01/84 PART II: CAN YOU ERASE THOSE WRINKLES? THE TRUTH ABOUT SILICON AND COLLAGEN DR. LEWIS FEDER. DR. ROBERT AUERBACH, DR. JAMES LEYDEN 35457 01/20/82 - 07/25/82 PART I: TOUGHLOVE: PARENTS FIGHT BACK PHYLLIS AND DAVID YORK, LANE PEER, RICHARD SURVING, JEAN BAKER WUNDER 35459 01/10/82 - 07/25/82 PART II: ALL ABOUT CATS ANITRA FRAZIER, SIMON BOND, SAMANTHA SUSSKIND, JERRY BENISATTO, PATRICIA NELL WARREN, RICHARD GEBHARDT 35459 01/17/82 - 08/15/82 PART I: WEIGHT LOSS NORMA SKOPIN, STEVE SILVA, GERALDINE O'CONNOR, ANNE MCCARTHY, IRENE CURTIN 35459 01/17/82 - 08/15/82 - 03/25/84 - 09/16/84 - 02/09/86 - 07/06/86 PAT II: "LISA H." OPERATION LINTON WHITAKER, M.D., JAMES KATOWITZ, M.D., DEREK BRUCE, M.D., CH.B 35462 01/24/82 "NO MR. PRESIDENT, WE'RE NOT BETTER OFF" PART I: VICTIMS OF THE BUDGET CUTS MATILDE COLON, ZELDA WEINER, MARY GARBUTT, MURIEL ZGARDOWSKI, MARY GALE 35463 02/07/82 - 09/26/82 PART I: BACHELORS OF THE MONTH MICHAEL JEFFREY GRIFFITH, PETER KUHN, O. STEVEN FREDRICKSON, JIM ZERBE, JOEL DIAMOND 35465 02/07/82 - 09/26/82 PART II: CHIROPRACTORS VS. M.D.'S DR. STEPHEN BARRETT, LOUIS SPORTELLI, D.C., CHESTER WILK, D.C., REUBEN HOPPENSTEIN, M.D. 35465 02/21/82 WHO'S HOT, WHO'S NOT - WHO'S IN, WHO'S OUT - THE LATEST GOSSIP MADELLEINE SCHAAP, MAXINE MESSINGER, LIZ SMITH, JAMES BRADY, BOB COLACELLO 35467 02/28/82 PART I: ASTROLOGERS PREDICRT WHAT'S IN THE STARS FOR 1982 MARIA ELISA CRUMMERE, MARTIN SCHULMAN, DARRELL MARTINI, MAE WILSON-LUDLAM 35464 02/28/82 PART II: SABINA SHALOM 35464 03/07/82 THE WILD WORLD OF SPORTS DICK SCHAPP, DAN JENKINS, MIKE LUPICA, DAVE ANDERSON, MIKE DOWNEY 35469 03/07/82 TRAVELLING SALESMEN JIM O'CONNOR, JOEL KATZ, JIM PRENDERGAST, DICK ORNSTEIN 35469 03/14/82 - 07/11/82 CRIMINALS ARE GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER PHIL SEELIG, BILL CLARK, JUDGE EDWIN TORRES, SEYMOUR WISHMAN 35471 03/21/82 - 09/12/82 PART I: ARE WOMEN THEIR OWN WORST ENEMIES? MARY VANN HUNTER, MONIQUE VAN VOOREN, KATHRYN LIVINGSTON, DORIS LILLY 35471 03/21/82 - 09/12/82 PART II: NICE GIRLS DO DR. IRENE KASSORLA 35471 04/04/82 - 08/29/82 SUPERMOMS COLETTE ROSSANR, KATHRYN DARROW, MEG WHITCOMB, PENNY HAWKEY 35470 04/18/82 PUBLIC SERVICE OR PUBLIC RIP OFF? - UTILITIES EDWARD LARKIN, EDWARD HYNES, THOMAS FITZPATRICK, KAREN BURSTEIN, CAROL BARGER, ALFRED NARDELLI 35473 04/25/82 ON THE VERGE OF RUIN: AMERICA'S DESPERATE FARMERS NITA GIBSON, WAYNE CRYTS, JOHN STULP, PETER CURRA, VAREL BAILEY 35476 05/02/82 COUNTDOWN TO DOOMSDAY: THE NUCLEAR ARMS DEBATE ADMIRAL ELMO ZUMWALT, DR. DANIEL MACGUIRE, DR. SCOTT THOMPSON, JACK GEIGER, M.D., FRITZ ERMARTH, CONGRESSMAN THOMAS DOWNEY 35477 05/09/82 PART I: FAST AND FUNNY - COLLEGE DEBATERS DAVID BAILIN, HARRY WALTERS, LARRY EICHENFIELD, EDWARD O'TOOLE, DAVID KIDD, J.J. GERTLER, GRANT OLIPHANT, RICHARD SOMMER 35473 05/09/82 PART II: VIDEO GAME CRAZE EDWIN VELAQUEZ, CRAIG ROSS, JEFF LOMBARDI, OPHELLA VONBRANDON, JOHNNY ZADUBARA, NANDO RAMOS, MICHAEL BLANCHET 35473 05/23/82 - 10/03/82 "I'M ON WELFARE AND I HATE IT" - A WELFARE MOTHER SHARON HUNT 35478 05/30/82 PART I: NOT FOR MEN ONLY - BLUE COLLAR WOMEN TINA NANNARONE, LAURA SCHWARTZ, JANE KELLEY, SHARON HOLMES, JUDY HUGHES 35480 05/30/82 PART II: OUT OF CASH - TRY BARTER ANNIE PROULX, JERRY WEINER, GENE HOLYZMAN, CONNIE STAPLETON 35480 06/13/82 WHO CAN AFFORD COLLEGE ANYMORE? - PART I: ADMINISTRATORS JAMES POWELL, STEPHEN TRACHTENBERG, WILLIAM MAXWELL, HARVEY GROTRAIN 35482 06/13/82 WHO CAN AFFORD COLLEGE ANYMORE? - PART II: PARENTS JOSEPH ZULLO, JOHN KAUFMAN, FREDERIC KRAMER, GLORIA GATTI, ALEXANDRA GREELEY 35482 06/20/82 NO MORE LAND OF PLENTY NORMAN BERG, KREKEL KARCH, NEIL SAMPSON 35484 06/20/82 CAREER COUNSELORS JOHN CRYSTAL, STANLEY HYMAN, ROBERT SWAIN, IRENE ANSHER 35484 10/24/82 - 08/28/83 TOP TRIAL LAWYERS DEMONSTRATE THE ART OF JURY SELECTION PHILIP CORBOY, HAROLD PRICE FAHRINGER, AARON BRODER, BILL COLSON 35483 10/31/82 - 07/17/83 PART I: COCAINE: A 30 BILLION DOLLAR EPIDEMIC ROBERT MILLMAN, M.D., ANDY KOWL, TOM HENDERSON, "AMY" "A.J.", "LIZA" 35475 11/21/82 - 01/26/86 - 05/25/86 - 08/17/86 PART I: DOLLAR A DANCE - TAXI DANCERS ARIEL LUCAS, PAUL PRICKETT, PENNY PRUCHA, ELLEN STOKES, CAROL SUNDQUIST 37030 02/27/83 PART II: THE MYSTERY OF THE COMMON COLD STEVEN MOSTOW, M.D., R. GORDON DOUGLAS, M.D., SANFORD CHODOSH, M.D., HYLAN BICKERMAN, MN.D., JOHN ABELES, M.D. 37042 03/06/83 PART I: ANGRY CRIME VICTIMS DIANI MONTENEGRO, SHIRLEY BERNSTEIN, GUILIA PAGANO, ROBERT GRAYSON, DR. MICHAEL ROBINSON 37047 03/20/83 - 06/10/84 PART I: PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES JAMES IRVIN GLOVER, GRADY O'CUMMINGS III, LESTER BYERLEY, GERARD HIMMELMAN 37049 05/22/83 - 08/07/83 PART I: LONELINESS JANE ADAMS, JOAN GOULD, JOHN HOLLANDER, MURRAY KELLMAN, MAURA SWANSON 37058
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1970S TELEVISION SHOWS
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PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT EVEN IF YOU ORDER A SHOW BASED ON THE CATALOG NUMBER AND TITLE FROM THIS DATABASE WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL GET THE TAPE YOU ORDER. THIS IS BECAUSE THROUGH THE YEARS TAPES MAY HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE INCORRECT CASES AND THE WRITTEN INFORMATION ON THE CASES IS ALL WE HAVE TO ID A TAPE BEFORE IT IS TRANSFERRED. WHILE WE WILL USE ALL EFFORTS TO EXPEDITE YOUR REQUEST, BUT WE CANNOT RUSH THE PROCESS, AND YOU ORDER THESE AT YOUR OWN RISK. IF WE DO NOT LOCATE THE TAPE THERE IS NO CHARGE, BUT IF WE DO AND IT IS REMOVED FROM THE FACILITY FOR TRANSFER, YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THESE NON-REFUNDABLE FEES. THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1978-1979 06/24/78 09/24/78 PART I: BABIES FOR SALE -- THE BLACK MARKET IN CHILDREN DAVID LEAVITT, BETTY LIPMAN, LINDA, CONGRESSMAN HENRY HYDE, NANCY BAKER, ROBERT BURNS, JUNE MATZ 29243 CHICAGO 05/31/78 09/24/78 PART II: PORTRAIT OF A WELFARE MOTHER RENEE NATTER 29243 09/28/78 10/01/78 JOHN J. O' CONNOR 30703 CHICAGO 09/28/78 10/01/78 PART II: TURNING OFF THE TUBE -- LIFE WITHOUT TELEVISION A. CHILDREN: FRED IFRAH, DAWN KAYNO, DEREK LIPPNER, CHRISSY MAGLIOCCO, LEAH PIKE, DAVID STEINGLASS B. PARENTS & TEACHERS: JOYCE SUSSKIND, NANCY PIKE, BARBARA GOLDFARB, PAT MAGLIOCCO, JUDITY ROHN, TANYA KAUFMAN 30703 05/20/78 10/08/78 PART I: FED UP WITH THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION - SIX ASEXUALS GAIL RACHLIN, BILL PRIEST, DANIELLA GIOSEFFI, RICHARD MILNER, MARIAN TESSA, GARY NULL 29240 CHICAGO, DC 06/24/78 10/08/78 PART II: HOW TO COPE WITH LONELINESS ERICA ABEEL, DR. JAMES LYNCH, BRUCE JAY FRIEDMAN, TERRI SCHULTZ, MARK KLINGMAN 29240 DC 09/23/78 10/22/78 PART I: WE'RE MAD AS HELL -- THE RADIO CALL-IN RAGE JERRY WILLIAMS, ED SCHWARTZ, IRV HOMER, HERB JEPKO, BERNARD MELTZER 30702 CHICAGO 09/23/78 10/22/78 PART II: THINK RICH -- BE RICH JERRY GILLIS, H. STANLEY JUDD, IAN ANDERSON 30702 CHICAGO 10/12/78 10/29/78 PART I: CAN CARTER CUT IT IN 1980 HENRY GRUNWALD, NICHOLAS VON HOFFMAN, JERALD TER HORST, WILLIAM RUSHER 30706 CHICAGO 10/12/78 10/29/78 PART II: PSYCHICS WHO SOLVE CRIME DOROTHY ALLISON, BEVERLY JAEGERS, DAVID HOY, MIKE CASALE, SAL LUBERTAZZI 30706 CHICAGO 10/21/78 11/05/78 PART I: THE SWINGERS' PARADISE -- PLATO'S RETREAT MARY & LARRY LEVINSON, BONNIE & JACK, PHIL NOBILE 30709 CHICAGO, DC 10/21/78 11/05/78 PART II: "THE DOOMSDAY TAPES" BARDYL TIRANA, HERBERT SCOVILLE, LEONARD REIFEL, LEON GOURE 30709 05/31/78 11/12/78 THEY'RE STILL THE FUNNIEST MEN AROUND -- VETERAN COMICS MAC ROBBINS, JIMMY JOYCE, LARRY BEST, MICKEY FREEMAN, JOEY FAYE, LOU MENCHELL 29241 DC 11/04/78 11/19/78 PART I: DRESS FOR SUCCESS -- LOOK LIKE A MILLION -- MAKE A MILLION JOHN WEITZ, JOHN T. MOLLOY, EMILY CHO, WILLIAM THOURLBY, ROBERT L. GREEN 30710 CHICAGO 05/04/78 11/19/78 PART II: SUPER SALESMEN JOE GIRARD, LOIS BECKER, TOM WOLFF, BOB SHOOK 30710 CHICAGO 11/08/78 11/26/78 PART I: STARTLING STORIES OF LIFE AFTER DEATH DR. MAURICE RAWLINGS, CHARLES MCKAIG, VIRGINIA FALCY, KENNETH RING, HELEN NELSON, DR. MICHAEL SABOM 30712 CHICAGO 11/08/78 11/26/78 PART II: ANGRY CITIZENS VS THE POST OFFICE JAMES FINCH, BOB GRANT, ROBERT MEYERS, JAMES LAPENTA, PAT BRENNAN 30712 CHICAGO 11/22/78 12/03/78 PART I: SURGEON/SALESMAN -- BILL MACKAY 30714 DC 11/22/78 12/03/78 PART II: LONELY, UNHAPPY & BROKE -- DISPLACED HOMEMAKERS FLORENCE GRIFFIN, JACQUELINE BACHMAN, LESLIE WALD WALDHORN, SANDRA JACOBS, JANE LEE LITTLETON 30714 CHICAGO, DC 12/02/78 12/10/78 PART I: IF BETTY FORD COULD DO IT...ALL ABOUT FACELIFTS RICHARD KIELING, LILLIAM FRASER, D. RALPH MILLARD, M.D., DORIS LILLY, MICHAEL HOGAN, M.D. 30716 CHICAGO 12/02/78 12/10/78 PART II: TO JOG OR NOT TO JOG DAVID BRODY, M.D., DAVID NOONAN, RICHARD A. SCHWARTZ, M.D., RICHARD RESTAK, M.D., PAUL FETSCHER 30716 CHICAGO 09/16/78 12/17/78 WE WANT A BABY -- NEW HOPE FOR INFERTILE COUPLES A. PATIENTS: SUSAN & LEE WELLING, CAROL & ERNEST D'ANGELO, CATHY & JOHN SCOTT B. EXPERTS: DR. WAYNE DECKER, DR. ALVIN GOLDFARB, DR. RICHARD SHERINS, BARBARA ECK MENNING, DR. LUIGI MASTROIANNI 30701 11/29/78 12/24/78 PART I: YOUR PAMPERED PET -- FROM SHRINK TO MINK DR. PETER BORCHELT, DR. DANIEL TORTORA, DR. ALBERT LAMPASSO, MORDECAI SEGAL, LOIS LANDAUER, KAREN THOMPSON, GEORGE JEWEL 30715 CHICAGO 11/29/78 12/24/78 PART II: MIND YOUR MANNERS -- THE NEW ETIQUETTE LETITIA BALDRIGE, JUDITH MARTIN, MARJABELLE YOUNG STEWART 30715 CHICAGO 10/07/78 01/14/79 06/24/79 PART I: THE DIET THAT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE -- PRO & CON A. PATIENTS: BILL UTTAL, JULIE BREAKSTONE, FRED SILVER, DR. HARRY PARKER, JOE HUME B. EXPERTS: NATHAN PRITIKIN, DR. SAMI SASHIM, DR. ROBERT E. BAUER, DR. STEPHEN SCHEIDT 30704 CHICAGO 10/12/78 01/14/79 06/24/79 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH THE BRILLIANT PETER USTINOV 30704 CHICAGO 12/09/78 01/21/79 PART I: THE PRIEST WHO FIGHTS PIMPS FATHER BRUCE RITTER 30711 CHICAGO, DC 11/04/78 01/21/79 PART II: MAKING INFLATION WORK FOR YOU HARRY BROWNE, DAN DORFMAN 30711 CHICAGO, DC 12/09/78 01/28/79 PART I: LONG LINES, SHORT TEMPERS -- THE AIRPORT MESS KAY SLOMAN, HARRY KLETTER, ROB MANGOLD, FRED FORD, KAREN ZUPKO, STEVE BIRNBAUM 30717 CHICAGO, DC 12/09/78 01/28/79 PART II: ARE YOU REALLY IN LOVE? DR. DEBORA PHILLIPS, DR. CHARLIE SHEDD, DR. STANTON PEELE 30717 CHICAGO, DC 01/13/79 02/04/79 PART I: WE ARE BI-SEXUALS LARRY KANE, TONI TUCCI, DR. FRED KLEIN, "JULIA", "JOANNE" 30720 CHICAGO, DC 01/27/79 02/04/79 PART II: TREASURE HUNTERS MEL FISHER, EUGENE LYON, ART MCKEE 30720 CHICAGO, DC 01/06/79 02/11/79 INSIDE THE CULTS: THE TERRIFYING TRUTH FROM EX-MEMBERS PART 1 - EX-MEMBERS: SUSAN SMITH, CHRIS EDWARDS, MORRIS DEUTSCH, STEVE HASSAN, ANDREW STUBBS PART II - EXPERTS: FLO CONWAY, JIM SEIGELMAN, GALEN KELLY, DR. JOHN CLARK 30718 CHICAGO, DC 01/27/79 02/18/79 PART I: MEN WHO ARE KEPT BY WOMEN: TRUE CONFESSIONS REAL, MICHEL, MARK, PAUL, LOU 30721 CHICAGO, DC 01/27/79 02/18/79 PART II: THE TRUTH ABOUT ASPIRIN DR. LOUIS ALEDORT, DR. THOMAS KANTOR, DR. DAVID CODDON, PAUL E. SCHINDLER 30721 CHICAGO, DC 02/03/79 02/25/79 PART I: BEAUTIFUL WOMEN SHARE THEIR SECRETS (HOSTED BY JOYCE SUSSKIND) BEVERLY SASSOON, ADRIEN ARPEL, CRISTINA FERRARE 30722 CHICAGO, DC 02/03/79 02/25/79 PART II: WHEN YOUR PARENTS GROW OLD JOHN PERRY, RITA SIGLER, BARBARA FELDMAN, MARIE CARROLL, JERRY ORNSTEIN 30722 CHICAGO, DC 02/10/79 03/04/79 TRUMAN CAPOTE TELLS ALL TRUMAN CAPOTE 30723 CHICAGO (T), UCLA (2"), DC 11/18/78 03/11/79 PART I: WE CAN'T STOP DIETING -- VICTIMS OF ANOREXIA STEVEN LEVENKRON, KATIE, PATRICIA DE POL, ROBERTA, LISA WOLFF 30713 CHICAGO, DC 11/18/78 03/11/79 PART II: WHEN FEAR TAKES OVER -- AGORAPHOBIA JEAN ESTERBROOK, JOEL GREENBAUM, EILEEN WEBBER, MARIA WEBBER, DR. MANUEL ZANE 30713 CHICAGO, DC 02/28/79 03/18/79 PART I: WILD & CRAZY PAPARAZZI -- PHOTOGRAPHERS WHO SHOOT THE STARS RON GALELLA, ADAM SCULL, DICK CORKERY, GENE SPATZ 30725 CHICAGO, DC 02/28/79 03/18/79 PART II: IT'S NOT SO GREAT IN BRITAIN FRED HIFT, REX BERRY, ROBIN DUTHY, VALERIE WADE 30725 CHICAGO, DC 01/13/79 03/25/79 PART I: THINGS TO COME -- LIFE IN THE YEAR 2000 ISAAC ASIMOV, FRANK KENDIG, DR. JERRY POURNELLE 30719 DC 02/28/79 03/25/79 PART II: HAPPINESS IS A POSSIBLE DREAM DR. JONATHAN FREEDMAN, LYNN CAINE, JOAN, BOB DRESNER, BOB GOODRICH 30719 CHICAGO, DC 03/24/79 KHJ-TV, LA 04/01/79 THE TELEVISION CRISIS MICHAEL DANN, PAUL KLEIN, GRANT TINKER, NORMAN LEAR, DAVID GERBER 30726 CHICAGO, DC 02/10/79 04/08/79 HOT GOSSIP ABOUT THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE RUDY MAXA, CLAUDIA COHEN, NEAL TRAVIS 30724 CHICAGO 03/31/79 04/08/79 PITY THE HAPPY HOUSEWIFE JUDITH VIORST, MARY KUCZKIR, ANN TOLAND SERB, JOAN WESTER ANDERSON 30724 CHICAGO 04/15/78 04/15/79 MIRROR, MIRROR ON THE WALL -- THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE UGLY TELL ALL GUESTS -- MODELS AND SELF-PROCLAIMED UGLIES: MATT COLLINS, CATHY MORRIS, DANNY LEE MCCOY, JEAN SOKOL, SUZANNE FELZEN, SUSAN BRECHT EXPERTS: FRANCESCO SCAVULLO, MICHAEL HOGAN, M.D., ADRIEN ARPEL, SUSAN GREEN, PH.D 29232 CHICAGO, DC 04/14/79 04/22/79 IS CARTER A CATASTROPHE? ELIOT JANEWAY, WILLIE L. BROWN, JR., ROBERT H. MALOTT, WILLIAM W. WINPISINGER 30728 CHICAGO, DC 04/28/79 05/06/79 PART I: LEE MARVIN, WHAT HAVE YOU DONE? MARVIN MITCHELSON, MELVYN HABER, SUNNIE SOBEL, NORMAN M. SHERESKY, HERBERT A. GLIEBERMAN 30730 CHICAGO, DC 04/28/79 05/06/79 PART II: THE INCREDIBLE TRUTH ABOUT HOWARD HUGHES JAMES B. STEELE, DONALD L. BARTLETT 30730 DC 03/31/79 05/13/79 PART I: DEAR ANN LANDERS... ANN LANDERS 30727 CHICAGO, DC 03/31/79 05/13/79 PART II: THE CULTS ANSWER BACK GADDAHAR PANDIT DAS, RABINDRA SWAROOP DAS, DIANE KETTERING, ARTIE MAREN 30727 CHICAGO, DC 05/11/79 KCOP, LA 05/20/79 THE MAN WHO WOULD BE PRESIDENT: JERRY BROWN GOVERNOR JERRY BROWN, CALIFORNIA 30732 CHICAGO (T), UCLA, DC 05/19/79 06/03/79 PART I: WATCH OUT! HOWARD JARVIS IS COMING HOWARD JARVIS, JOHN L. LOEB, JR., JAMES FARMER, STEPHEN BERGER 30733 CHICAGO, DC 05/19/79 06/03/79 PART II: HOW TO SLASH YOUR FOOD BILLS IN HALF ARLENE STOLARSKI, PATTI UMLAND, MARY ANNE HAYES, SUSAN SAMTUR 30733 05/27/79 06/10/79 PART I: SHOULD YOU BUY A HOUSE NOW -- OR NEVER? DONALD I. HOVDE, BENNY KASS, WILLIAM WOLMAN, MICHAEL SUMICHRAST 30734 CHICAGO, DC 05/19/79 06/10/79 PART II: MALE SECRETARIES DONALD HARLEY, CHARLES W. BARKER, JOSEPH R. LICCARDO, ANTHONY ZATTI, KEITH M. WHITE 30734 DC 06/03/79 06/17/79 PART I: HOW TO LIVE WITH CONSTANT PAIN PATIENTS: HERBERT A. DIAMOND, BARBARA B. WOLF, ROSALIE TERRAVECCHIA DOCTORS: DR. GERALD ARONOFF, DR. DONALD M. DOOLEY, DR. NELSON H. HENDLER, DR. HAROLD CARRON 30736 CHICAGO, DC 06/03/79 06/17/79 PART II: THE MAN WHO GIVES ADVICE TO ANN LANDERS DR. EUGENE KENNEDY 30736 CHICAGO, DC 06/23/79 07/01/79 PART I: OUT OF GAS -- WHO'S TO BLAME? LESLIE J. GOLDMAN, JAMES F. FLUG, CHARLES KITTRELL, SENATOR HOWARD M. METZENBAUM 30738 CHICAGO, DC 06/23/79 07/01/79 PART II: "THE FLYING WHITE HOUSE" COLONEL RALPH ALBERTAZZIE 30738 CHICAGO, DC THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1979-80 05/26/79 04/14/79 10/07/79 04/19/81 DAVID SUSSKIND MEETS THE MARTIANS A. LYDIA STALNAKER, BRYCE BOND B. RUTH NORMAN, THOMAS MILLER 30729 CHICAGO, DC 09/22/79 10/14/79 PART I: ORGANIZED CRIME: THE BIGGEST BUSINESS IN AMERICA HANK H. MESSICK, RICHARD E. JAFFE, RALPH F. SALERNO, JACK KEY, THOMAS RENNER 32101 CHICAGO 09/22/79 10/14/79 PART II: BATTLE OVER BLACK ENGLISH MICHAEL MEYERS, DR. GENEVA SMITERMAN, DR. ELAINE LEWNAU, ETTA LADSOM 32101 CHICAGO 10/13/79 10/28/79 THE BLACK-JEWISH CRISIS DR. JOSEPH E. LOWERY, ARNOLD FORSTER, RANDALL ROBINSON, HOWARD M. SQUADRON 32105 CHICAGO 11/03/79 10/28/79 THE KENNEDY-CARTER SHOWDOWN ALLARD K. LOWENSTEIN, ARTHUR SCHLESINGER, JR., STUART EIZENSTAT, GERALD M. RAFSHOON 32109 CHICAGO, DC 10/27/79 11/11/79 09/07/80 03/28/82 PART I: SEX FOR SALE...4 "JOHNS' TELL ALL TOM, MARK, HUGH, GEORGE 32107 CHICAGO (T), DC 10/17/79 11/11/79 09/07/80 03/28/82 PART II: IS STRESS KILLING YOU? JOHN J. PARRINO, PH.D, KENNETH GREENSPAN, M.D. 32107 CHICAGO, DC 04/28/79 11/18/79 09/28/80 05/31/81 THE BARE FACTS: QUEENS OF BURLESQUE GEORGIA SOTHERN, ZORITA, SHERRY BRITTON, HOPE DIAMOND 30731 CHICAGO, DC 06/23/79 11/18/79 09/28/80 05/31/81 SUPER SALESWOMEN DOT COOK, ANDREA BERRITY, LINDA SCHMITT, SHIRLEY HUTTON 30731 CHICAGO 06/09/79 11/25/79 07/06/80 PART I: RICH & FEMALE - WOMEN WHO MAKE MILLIONS MURIEL SIEBERT, MARY ANN HALMI, EVA HORTON, DAISY TALLARICO, JOAN LEVINE 30737 CHICAGO, DC 06/09/79 11/25/79 07/06/80 PART II: GOTHIC WRITERS ROBERTA ANDERSON & MARY KUCZKIR (FERN MICHAELS), JANET DAILEY, PATRICIA MATTHEWS 30737 CHICAGO, DC 10/06/79 12/02/79 PART I: "BREAKING UP IS HARD TO TAKE" -- CHILDREN OF DIVORCE DON, CAREN, LIZ, GILLIAN, LISA 32102 CHICAGO 09/29/79 12/02/79 PART II: "THE WICKED TRUTH ABOUT STEP PARENTS" WILLIAM NOBLE, SUZY KALTER, MARCIA WYRTZEN, JEANETTE LOFAS, BOB MARTIN 32102 CHICAGO 10/27/79 12/09/79 PART I: LIARS BEWARE -- THE LATEST IN LIE DETECTION CHRIS GUGAS 32108 CHICAGO 10/06/79 12/09/79 PART II: THE RED BERETS -- TEENAGE VIGILANTES CURTIS SLIWA, DINO REYES, KATO, JEFF MONROE, JERRY MONROE, ET. AL. 32108 CHICAGO 11/10/79 12/16/79 07/13/80 PART I: HOW TO TEST YOUR DOG'S I.Q. AND PERSONALITY MATTHEW MARGOLIS 32115 CHICAGO 12/03/79 12/16/79 07/13/80 PART II: DAZZLING WOMEN FROM ABROAD LIVIA SLYVA WEINTRAUB, JACLINE MAZARD (JEAN MAHIE), REGINE, GEORGETTE KLINGER, PRINCESS SUMAIR 32115 CHICAGO 11/17/79 12/23/79 HOW TO PROSPER DURING THE COMING BAD YEARS HOWARD RUFF 32114 CHICAGO, DC 12/15/79 12/23/79 07/27/80 PART II: CHINA TODAY -- A CONVERSATION WITH HAN SUYIN HAN SUYIN 32114 32121 CHICAGO, DC 11/10/79 01/06/80 08/17/80 ARE YOUR TEENAGERS DRIVING YOU CRAZY? HELP IS HERE! DR. THOMAS J. COTTLE, ELIZABETH ROBERTS, DR. DAVID ELKIND, EDITH B. PHELPS, ELIOT DALEY 32110 CHICAGO 11/24/79 01/13/80 10/26/80 PART I: SHORT PEOPLE HAVE FEELINGS TOO! PAMELA BROWN, MIKE PARADINE, BILL GILE, NANCY HENKEL, IRWIN HASEN 32111 CHICAGO 10/17/79 01/13/80 10/26/80 PART II: LAUGHTER IS THE BEST MEDICINE NORMAN COUSINS 32111 CHICAGO 12/15/79 01/20/80 07/20/80 PART I: OWNERS OF GREAT RESTAURANTS TELL THEIR SECRETS SHELDON TANNEN "21"; WARNER LEROY, MAXWELL'S PLUM, TAVERN ON THE GREEN; EDMUND LILLYS, THE GLOUCESTER HOUSE; SIRIO MACCIONE, LE CIRQUE; VINCENT SARDI, JR., SARDI'S; PETER ASCHKENASY, U.S. STEAK-HOUSE, LUCHOW'S, CHARLEY O'S, AND THE AMERICAN CHARCUTERIE. 32117 CHICAGO 01/12/80 01/20/80 07/20/80 PART II: MAITRE D'S OF GREAT RESTAURANTS JOSEPH GARNI, LE CIRQUE; BRUNO MOLINARI, THE PALM; GIANNI GARAVELLI, NANNI AL VALLETTO; JEAN-CLAUDE COUTELLER, LE PERIGORD EAST 32117 CHICAGO 09/29/79 01/27/80 A MEDIUM WHO TALKS TO THE DEAD -- DORIS STOKES DORIS STOKES 32103 CHICAGO 11/17/79 02/03/80 10/05/80 PART I: PROSTITUTES TELL ALL "NINA", "CATHERINE", AND "MELINDA" 32112 CHICAGO, DC 01/12/80 02/03/80 10/05/80 PART II: WOMEN AGAINST PORNOGRAPHY DOLORES ALEXANDER, JANE MCHUGH, FRANCES PATAI, AND BARBARA MEHRHOF 32112 CHICAGO, DC 01/26/80 02/10/80 WHAT'S NEW WITH JACKIE, SINATRA, STREISAND, BEATTY, MINNELLI AND REYNOLDS, TOO LIZ SMITH, CHICAGO TRIBUNE-NEW YORK DAILY NEWS; TAKI THEODORACOPULOS, ESQUIRE; DAVID SHEEHAN, DIANA MCLELLAN, "THE EAR", IN THE WASHINGTON STAR 32119 11/24/79 02/17/80 09/21/80 12/13/81 PART I: LIFE AT THE TOP -- WIVES OF FAMOUS MEN JOYCE DAVIDSON SUSSKIND, NANCY MEHTA, MARILYN FUNT, NORRIS CHURCH 32113 CHICAGO, DC 11/17/79 02/17/80 09/21/80 12/13/81 PART II: ALL ABOUT THE CIA THOMAS POWERS, "THE MAN WHO KEPT THE SECRETS: RICHARD HELMS AND THE C.I.A." 32113 DC 01/12/80 02/24/80 09/14/80 MOVIE STARS CAME TO DINNER -- GROWING UP IN HOLLYWOOD JILL ROBINSON, "BED TIME STORY" AND "PERDIDO"; MICHAEL KORDA, "CHARMED LIVES"; WARNER LEROY, LINDA JANKLOW, BROOKE HAYWARD, "HAYWIRE". 32118 CHICAGO 02/02/80 02/24/80 09/14/80 PART II: GARBAGE OF THE STARS A. J. WEBERMAN, GARBOLOGIST 32118 CHICAGO 02/02/80 03/02/80 07/27/80 PART I: WE'RE HIGH ON BEING TALL GEORGE ANDREWS - 6'6", JUDY VOGEL - 6', CECILIA GARDNER - 6'1", KERRY KEANE - 6'6", TERRY LEE - 5'11", ALICE WHITE - 6' 32121 CHICAGO 02/02/80 03/02/80 PART II: SIZING UP THE NEWSCASTERS PHILIP MCHUGH 32121 12/03/79 03/09/80 08/24/80 PART I: 5 NEW YORK CABBIES TELL ALL MEL BENDOWITZ, EZRA CHITYAT, JAMES MORRIS, RICHARD CHEROL, LOIS DOYLE 32116 CHICAGO (T) 12/15/79 03/09/80 08/24/80 PART II: GOING BANANAS IN BEVERLY HILLS ELAINE YOUNG, JACK STARTZ, M.D., RONALD RICE, JUDY MAZEL 32116 CHICAGO 02/23/80 03/16/80 05/03/81 11/13/83 PART I: WE TAKE IT ALL OFF -- MALE STRIPPERS JACK THE STRIPPER, SEBASTIAN, CAREY GORDON, SUNSHINE, BERNARDO 32123 CHICAGO, DC 03/01/80 03/16/80 05/03/81 11/13/83 PART II: MUSCLES AND CURVES -- WOMEN BODY BUILDERS DORIS BARRILLEAUX, LYNDE JOHNSON, LYNN CONKWRIGHT, APRIL NICOTRA 32123 DC 03/01/80 03/23/80 08/03/80 PART I: THE DATING SERVICE FOR WINNER 'THE GODMOTHER' , ABBY HIRSCH CLIENTS: BARBARA WRENN, DOUGLAS RIPPETO, MITCHEL MITCHEL, BABTTE GLADSTEIN 32126 CHICAGO 02/23/80 03/23/80 08/03/80 PART II: THE GIRL WHO HAD EVERYTHING - DORIEN LEIGH DORIAN LEIGH 32126 CHICAGO 01/26/80 02/09/80 03/30/80 08/10/80 THE NEW REVOLUTION IN FOOD AND FUEL - A CONVERSATION WITH DWAYNE ANDREAS MR. DWAYNE ANDREAS, CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND COMPANY 32120 CHICAGO, DC 02/09/80 04/06/80 PART I: OUR HIDDEN SHAME: DYSLEXIA ARTHUR BIRSH, DELOS SMITH, EILEEN SIMPSON -- REVERSALS: A PERSONAL ACCOUNT OF VICTORY OVER DYSLEXIA, LYNNE HACKER, EMILY LANDAU, DANIEL GILDESGAME 32122 CHICAGO 02/23/80 04/06/80 PART II: THE NATIONAL LAMPOON P.J. O'ROURKE, GERALD SUSSMAN, TOD CARROLL, JOHN HUGHES 32122 CHICAGO 03/22/80 04/13/80 GORE VIDAL UNCENSORED 32130 CHICAGO, DC 03/08/80 04/20/80 PART I: APOCALYPSE SOON: A CONVERSATION WITH WILLIAM SIMON WILLIAM SIMON, FORMER TREASURY SECRETARY 32127 CHICAGO 03/22/80 04/20/80 PART II: BEWARE OF PICKPOCKETS CARL LEWIS, DETECTIVE ROBERT MAGONE 32127 CHICAGO 03/15/80 04/27/80 01/31/82 PART I: THE SHAME OF OUR HOSPITALS -- FIVE ANGRY NURSES 'CAROL', 'REBECCA', 'ELEANOR', 'RUTH' AND 'HELEN' 32129 CHICAGO, DC 03/29/80 04/27/80 01/31/82 PART II: DR. WILLIAM NOLEN WILLIAM A. 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WILLIAM NISKANEN, JR., LEONARD SILK, DR. OTTO ECKSTEIN, DR. ALAN GREENSPAN, DR. JOSEPH PECHMAN 35479 CHICAGO (T) 05/05/82 05/23/82 10/03/82 "I'M ON WELFARE AND I HATE IT" -- A WELFARE MOTHER SHARON HUNT 35478 CHICAGO, DC 05/19/82 05/30/82 PART I: NOT FOR MEN ONLY -- BLUE COLLAR WOMEN TINA NANNARONE, LAURA SCHWARTZ, JANE KELLEY, SHARON HOLMES, JUDY HUGHES 35480 CHICAGO, DC 05/19/82 05/30/82 PART II: OUT OF CASH? TRY BARTER ANNIE PROULX, JERRY WEINER, GENE HOLTZMAN, CONNIE STAPLETON 35480 CHICAGO, DC 05/22/82 06/06/82 09/19/82 AN INTERVIEW WITH THE REMARKABLE VIDAL SASSOON VIDAL SASSOON 35481 CHICAGO, DC 06/13/82 WHO CAN AFFORD COLLEGE ANYMORE? -- PART I: ADMINISTRATORS JAMES POWELL, STEPHEN TRACHTENBERG, WILLIAM MAXWELL, HARVEY GROTRAIN 35482 CHICAGO 06/13/82 WHO CAN AFFORD COLLEGE ANYMORE? -- PART 2: PARENTS JOSEPH ZULLO, JOHN KAUFMAN, FREDERIC KRAMER, GLORIA GATTI, ALEXANDRA GREELEY 35482 CHICAGO 06/20/82 NO MORE LAND OF PLENTY NORMAN BERG, KREKEL KARCH, NEIL SAMPSON 35484 CHICAGO 06/20/82 CAREER COUNSELORS JOHN CRYSTAL, STANLEY HYMAN, ROBERT SWAIN, IRENE ANSHER 35484 CHICAGO THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1982-83 10/06/82 10/10/82 THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW -- 25TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL - PART I 35486 CHICAGO, DC 10/09/82 10/17/82 THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW -- 25TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL - PART II MAUREEN STAPLETON, ANTHONY QUINN, NORMAN MAILER, TRUMAN CAPOTE 37027 CHICAGO (T), UCLA, DC 07/16/82 10/24/82 08/28/83 TOP TRIAL LAWYERS DEMONSTRATE THE ART OF JURY SELECTION PHILIP CORBOY, HAROLD PRICE FAHRINGER, AARON BRODER, BILL COLSON 35483 CHICAGO, DC 04/17/82 10/31/82 07/17/83 PART I: COCAINE: A 30 BILLION DOLLAR EPIDEMIC ROBERT MILLMAN, M.D., ANDY KOWL, TOM HENDERSON, "AMY", "A.J.", "LIZA" 35475 CHICAGO, DC 04/17/82 10/31/82 07/17/83 02/03/85 11/17/85 PART II: PARTY CRASHERS GARY WATSON, STEVE GOLDSTEIN, FRANK FUSARO, MIKE BURKE 35475 CHICAGO (T), DC 10/30/82 11/07/82 HERPES: THE VENEREAL DISEASE THAT CAN'T BE CURED PART 1: VICTIMS: OSCAR GILLESPIE, PHD., JANE RUBINSKY , RUSSELL WOOD, "SCOTT" PART II: DOCTORS: ANDRE NAHMIAS, M.D., HERBERT BLOUGH, M.D., JOHN GROSSMAN, M.D., DR. CARLOS LOPEZ 37028 CHICAGO (T), DC 11/03/82 11/14/82 08/21/83 PART I: WHY DON'T PEOPLE DATE ANYMORE? DOUG FOSTER, DOUG BERNSTEIN, SERENA BLISS, MICHAEL SELBY, LIZ CASTELLS, MAGGIE PETERS, SIGNE WARNER, BOB POLLAK 37029 CHICAGO (T) 11/03/82 11/14/82 08/21/83 PART II: AN INTERVIEW WITH HAMILTON JORDAN HAMILTON JORDAN 37029 CHICAGO 11/06/82 11/21/82 01/26/86 05/25/86 08/17/86 PART I: DOLLAR A DANCE -- TAXI DANCERS ARIEL LUCAS, PAUL PRICKETT, PENNY PRUCHA, ELLEN STOKES, CAROL SUNDQUIST 37030 CHICAGO 11/06/82 11/21/82 03/18/84 PART II: THE MYSTERY OF THE FULL MOON ARNOLD L. LEIBER, M.D., CHARLES S. MIRABILE, M.D., DR. RALPH W. MORRIS, DR. DONALD P. LASALLE 37030 CHICAGO (T) 11/20/82 11/28/82 CONGRESSMEN WHO WERE DEFEATED DON CLAUSEN, GENE ATKINSON, TOBY MOFFETT, JOHN LEBOUTILLIER 37031 CHICAGO (T) 11/20/82 12/05/82 02/17/85 PART I: HOW TO MARRY A RICH MAN JACQUELINE THOMPSON, RITA LACHMAN, DIANE ACKERMAN 37032 CHICAGO 06/19/82 12/05/82 PART II: LONG DISTANCE MARRIAGE BRYNA SANGER, HARRY KATZ, KAREN AKERS, CATHERINE AND JIM FOSTER 37032 CHICAGO (T) 11/27/82 12/12/82 07/10/83 PART I: GROWING UP IN THE DEPRESSION WITH RUSSELL BAKER, ANNE JACKSON, ELI WALLACH AND ED KOCH 37035 CHICAGO (T) 11/20/82 12/12/82 07/10/83 01/20/85 01/19/86 PART II: THE EFFECT OF COLOR ON OUR LIVES JOHN OTT, DR. JAMES D'ADAMO, IRENE AUSTIN 37035 CHICAGO (T) 12/08/82 12/19/82 06/26/83 PART I: CHOCOLATE TOM KRON, LAURA BRODY, MILTON ZELMAN, AL PECHENIK, RUDOLF SPRUNGLI 37036 CHICAGO (T) 12/08/82 12/19/82 06/26/83 PART II: ENTERTAINING CHARLOTTE TREE, SANDRA KASPER, MARY MCFADDEN, GEORGE LANG 37036 CHICAGO 11/27/82 12/26/82 07/24/83 PART I: TV ANCHORWOMEN ROBIN YOUNG, MONICA KAUFMAN, SUE SIMMONS, PAT HARPER 37034 CHICAGO (T) 12/11/82 12/26/82 07/24/83 PART II: AMBASSADOR MALCOLM TOON 37034 12/11/82 01/02/83 10/16/83 07/29/84 02/16/86 07/13/86 PAR I: SELF DEFENSE FOR WOMEN: HOW TO FIGHT BACK DR. MARY CONROY 37039 CHICAGO 12/11/82 01/02/83 PART II: THE CAREER WOMAN'S DILEMMA: JOB VS. BABIES CAROL MASIUS, ANDREA DUNHAM, NANCY EVANS, MARIA CAMPBELL, SERINE HASTINGS 37039 CHICAGO (T) 12/18/82 01/09/83 HOW TO LIVE WITH ARTHRITIS PART I: PATIENTS DR. ROBERT GOULD, BOB NIRKIND, ROBIN MAY, JOHN MURPHY, MARTHA SCHORTTMAN PART II: DOCTORS GERALD WEISSMAN, M.D. FREDERIC MCDUFFIE, M.D., GEORGE EHRLICH, M.D., THOMAS KANTOR, M.D. 37038 CHICAGO (T) 01/05/83 01/16/83 PART I: WOMEN OF THE YEAR: BROADWAY'S LEADING LADIES ELIZABETH ASHLEY, ELLEN BURSTYN, JUDITH IVEY, BETTY BUCKLEY 37040 CHICAGO (T) 01/05/83 01/16/83 PART II: BANKS ON THE BRINK: THE FOREIGN LOAN MESS C.W. CARSON, JR., RICHARD ERB, JOHN G. HEIMAN, PETER KENEN, REP. CHARLES E. SCHUMER 37040 CHICAGO 01/15/83 01/23/83 PART I: WAITRESSES DEBORAH GRISORIO, KATHLEEN MCLANE, PAULA MURRAY, NANCY YOUNGBLUT 37041 CHICAGO (T) 01/15/83 01/23/83 PAR II: NUCLEAR DETERRENCE IN ROME, NY EDWARD BURTON, ED CALLAHAN, COL. JOHN ENGELMANN, EMLYN GRIFFITH, IRWIN REDLENER 37041 CHICAGO 01/27/83 01/30/83 PART I: IS THIS BULL MARKET FOR REAL? STEVEN EINHORN, ELIOT FRIED, JOHN HINDELONG, THOMAS STILES, JOHN TEMPLETON 37044 CHICAGO 01/19/83 01/30/83 12/11/83 PART II: COOKIES ARE BIG BUSINESS DAVID LIEDERMAN, BARBARA KAFKA, MARNI MILLER, JAN VERDONKSCHOT 37044 CHICAGO 01/22/83 02/06/83 THE RICH AND FAMOUS -- THE LATEST GOSSIP LIZ SMITH, DIANA MCLELLEN, TAKE AND MAXINE MESINGER 37043 CHICAGO 02/02/83 02/13/83 AMERICAN WOMEN WHO MARRY FOREIGN MEN JANA JAFFEE, KATHRYN JASON, SHARON COSTA DE BEAUREGARD, COUNTESS DE ROMANONES, MARTHA BURKE-HENNESSY 37045 CHICAGO 02/02/83 02/13/83 DOWNWARD MOBILITY -- THE END OF THE AMERICAN DREAM BOB SACCO, DAN RASUMSSEN, RHONA DROSSMAN, LLOYD SAVEL, HOPE POKRESS 37045 CHICAGO (T) 02/16/83 02/20/83 WHAT'S IN THE STARS FOR 1983 ASTROLOGERS POPE HILL, PATRIC WALKER, MARIA CRUMMERE, DEBBI KEMPTON-SMITH, JOELLE MAHONEY 37046 CHICAGO 02/16/83 02/27/83 12/02/84 05/04/86 PART I: STOPPING THE CLOCK? GEROVITAL EMILY WILKINS, BILL TICE, DORIS WHITEHEAD, JOHN COFFMAN, BARRY REISBERG, M.D. 37042 CHICAGO (T) 01/19/83 02/27/83 THE MYSTERY OF THE COMMON COLD STEVEN MOSTOW, M.D., R. GORDON DOUGLAS, M.D., SANFORD CHODOSH, M.D., HYLAN BICKERMAN, M.D., JOHN ABELES, M.D. 37042 CHICAGO 02/23/83 03/06/83 PART I: ANGRY CRIME VICTIMS DIANI MONTENEGRO, SHIRLEY BERNSTEIN, GUILIA PAGANO, ROBERT GRAYSON, DR. MICHAEL ROBINSON 37047 CHICAGO (T) 02/23/83 03/06/83 PART II: CRIME FIGHTERS SGT. JOSEPH DUNNE, DET. BILL CLARK, DET./LT. ROBERT GALLAGHER 37047 CHICAGO 03/05/83 03/13/83 FILM CRITICS PREDICT THE OSCARS DAVID DENBY, JANET MASLIN, REX REED, HOWARD KISSEL, STEWART KLEIN 37048 CHICAGO (T) 03/09/83 03/20/83 06/10/84 PART I: PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES JAMES IRVIN GLOVER, GRADY O'CUMMINGS III, LESTER BYERLEY, GERARD HIMMELMAN 37049 CHICAGO 03/09/83 03/20/83 06/10/84 PART II: IS PSYCHIATRY IN TROUBLE? STEPHEN SONNENBERG, M.D., LAYTON MCCURDY, M.D., ALLEN FRANCES, M.D., STUART YUDOFSKY, M.D. 37049 CHICAGO (T) 03/19/83 03/27/83 06/24/84 PART I: SEMINARY AND CONVENT DROP-OUTS CATHERINE BRUNO, PAUL HENDRICKSON, THOMAS SMITH, MARY GILLIGAN WONG, CHARLES DEVLIN 37050 CHICAGO (T) 03/19/83 03/27/83 PART II: MID-LIFE VOCATIONS SARAH B. TAYLOR, THOMAS H. GAINER, JR., REV. FRANK KILCOYNE, REV. JAMES F. HINCHEY, REV. FRANCIS J. FAJELLA, MSS.A 37050 CHICAGO 03/23/83 04/03/83 10/02/83 A CONVERSATION WITH ROBERT S. STRAUSS 37051 CHICAGO (T) 04/06/83 04/10/83 09/18/83 DEAR ANN LANDERS... ANN LANDERS 37052 CHICAGO 04/06/83 04/10/83 09/18/83 PART II: THE NEW YOUNG IMMIGRANTS CHRISTINA WACHTMEISTER, WILLIAM LEWIISHAM, ASHA PUTHLI, GIANNINA FACIO, FELIPTE PARAUD 37052 CHICAGO 04/13/83 04/17/83 09/25/83 S.R.O. HOTELS NAYNA VALDEZ, JOSEPH HOFFLER, LLOYD SMITH, ISMAEL RIVERA, ROBERT HAMBURGER, ALFRED GUNTHER, "ALICE" 37053 CHICAGO (T) 04/14/83 04/24/83 11/20/83 PART I: ANTHONY BURGESS 37054 CHICAGO (T) 04/23/83 04/24/83 06/08/86 PART II: BARBARA CARTLAND 37054 CHICAGO (T) 04/23/83 05/01/83 PART I: MEN WHO WANT TO MARRY RICH JEAN MORBELLI, DARIUS DE LA ROUCHEFOUCAULD, PATRICK KELLY, ROWEN NEGRIN 37055 CHICAGO (T) 04/23/83 05/01/83 03/11/84 08/05/84 04/13/86 06/22/86 08/24/86 PART II: BEST PLACES TO LIVE DAVID SAVAGEAU, RICHARD BOYER, DR. RONALD MINGE, DR. THOMAS BOWMAN 37055 CHICAGO 04/27/83 05/08/83 05/13/84 10/14/84 WE USED TO BE GAY - FORMER HOMOSEXUALS WILLIAM ATHERTON, DAVID TWOMEY, REV. WAYNE PLUMSTEAD, BRUCE BLAUSTEIN, JOSEPH MEGLINO 37056 CHICAGO (T) 04/27/83 05/08/83 BURN OUT - HOW TO RECOGNIZE AND DEAL WITH IT MICHAEL CRAWFORD, DR. HERBERT FREUDENBERGER, GAIL NORTH, CONNIE DE NAVE, SYLVESTER KARAGIS 37056 CHICAGO 04/30/83 05/15/83 10/09/83 BASEBALL WIVES DANIELLE TORRES, NANCY MARSHALL, BOBBIE BOUTON, KAROLYN ROSE, DIANE PEPITONE 37057 CHICAGO 05/07/83 05/22/83 08/07/83 PART I: LONLINESS JANE ADAMS, JOAN GOULD, JOHN HOLLANDER, MURRAY KELLMAN, MAURA SWANSON 37058 CHICAGO 05/07/83 05/22/83 08/07/83 PART II: PEOPLE MAD AT THE BANKS ALISON ROSENFELD, RON BANYAY, PAGE MELLISH, CALVET HAHN, GAYLE ESSAREY 37058 CHICAGO 05/25/83 05/29/83 07/31/83 01/27/85 BALLET - THE WORLD'S TOUGHEST SPORT CHRISTINE SPIZZO, MERRILL ASHLEY, CHRISTOPHER D'AMBOISE, KEVIN MCKENSIE 37060 CHICAGO (T) 05/25/83 05/29/83 07/31/83 02/12/84 12/22/85 06/15/86 THE LATEST WORD ON FOOTCARE JAMES PARKES, M.D., A. LOUIS SHURE, D.P.M., JOHN WALLER, M.D., MURRAY WEISENFELD, D.P.M. 37060 CHICAGO (T) 05/21/83 06/05/83 DAVID SUSSKIND AND FRIENDS JEAN KENNEDY, DAN BERKOWITZ, SAMANTHA SUSSKIND 37059 CHICAGO (T) 06/08/83 06/11/83 08/14/83 DR. CHARLES CLEMENTS, AN AMERICAN DOCTOR IN EL SALVADOR 37061 CHICAGO (T) 06/11/83 06/19/83 09/11/83 MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS DEANE W. LORD, MARY CAMERON LORD, LOIS WYSE, KATHERINE GOLDMAN 37062 CHICAGO (T) 06/11/83 06/19/83 09/11/83 PEOPLE WHO HAVE MOVED TO NEW YORK RAYNE BEAUDOIN, BONNIE KOLOC, KEVIN METHENY, MARY SUE MORRIS, KIM STEELE 37062 THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1983-1984 06/22/83 10/16/83 PART I: WHY CAN'T MEN SHOW AFFECTION?: MALE FRIENDSHIP RICHARD SCHICKEL, HERBERT GOULD, LARRY LEEDS, DAVID MICHEALIS 37063 CHICAGO (T) 10/17/83 10/23/83 07/15/84 A CONVERSATION WITH ANTHONY QUINN 37066 CHICAGO (T) 10/25/83 10/30/83 A MODERN MARK TWAIN: MAYOR ALFRED E. VELLUCCI OF CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS 37068 CHICAGO (T) 10/15/83 11/06/83 FRIENDSHIP AMONG WOMEN JOANNA SIMON, CATHY CASH SPELLMAN, DEANE LORD, ALICE WHITE 37065 CHICAGO (T) 10/17/83 11/20/83 PART I: ANTHONY QUINN CONTINUED 37067 CHICAGO 11/23/83 11/27/83 PART I: HELEN GALLAGHER 37072 CHICAGO (T) 11/19/83 11/27/83 PART II: THE MAKING OF CARMEN PETER BROOK, ALEXANDER COHEN, HILDY PARKS 37072 CHICAGO 11/19/83 12/04/83 09/30/84 A PROBING LOOK AT THE RUSSIANS HEDRICK SMITH, DAVID SHIPLER 37071 CHICAGO (T) 11/23/83 12/11/83 07/29/84 PART I: BROADWAY AND HOLLYWOOD LAID BARE MILTON GOLDMAN, ANNA SOSENKO, RADIE HARRIS 37073 CHICAGO 12/10/83 12/18/83 09/09/84 PART I: RESTAURANTEURS SHELDON TANNEN, LELLO ARPAIA, SIRIO MACCIONI, ROBERT MEYZEN, GIANNI GARAVELLI 37069 CHICAGO (T) 10/29/83 12/18/83 09/09/84 PART II: PHOTOGRAPHER NORMAN PARKINSON 37069 CHICAGO (T) 12/17/83 12/25/83 PART I: CARD SHARK FRANK GARCIA 37077 CHICAGO (T) 12/17/83 12/25/83 PART II: SPECTACULAR EVENING GOWNS BY JANA JANA JAFFE DE ROSSELL 37077 CHICAGO (T) 11/30/83 01/01/84 PART I: BETTER THAN EVER: SHOW BUSINESS GREATS JOYCE BRYANT, SHERRY BRITTON 37075 CHICAGO 10/29/83 01/01/84 PART II: NOUVEAU IS BETTER THAN NO RICHE AT ALL MARYLIN BENDER, MONSIEUR MARC 37069 12/10/83 01/08/84 07/22/84 PART I: THE LATEST BREAKTHROUGHS IN THE TREATMENT OF HEART DISEASE MICHAEL DE BAKEY, M.D., ISADORE ROSENFELD, M.D. 37074 CHICAGO (T) 12/14/83 01/15/84 DO WE HAVE THE RIGHT TO KILL OURSELVES? VALERIA, DEREK HUMPHRY, DR. WILLIAM MARRA, PROFESSOR MARVIN KOHL, PROFESSOR DAVID BLEICH, DORIS PORTWOOD 37076 CHICAGO 01/11/84 01/22/84 08/19/84 WARNING: MEDICAL CARE MAY BE HAZARDOUS TO YOUR WEALTH SENATOR LOWELL WEICKER, MARTIN CHERKASKY, M.D., JOHN LARAGH, M.D. 40029 CHICAGO (T) 01/21/84 01/29/84 NEW YORK: A WONDERFUL TOWN MAYOR EDWARD KOCH, LEWIS RUDIN, ANTHONY BLISS 40030 (NY TV MUSEUM) 01/25/84 01/29/84 PART II: "NO NICE GIRL SWEARS" - ALICE-LEONE MOATS 40030 CHICAGO(T) 02/04/84 02/12/84 PART I: FORGET THE FEAR OF FLYING CAPTAIN T.W. 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BENITA EISLER, PAUL FUSSELL, TERRY NOEL TOWE 40038 CHICAGO 03/21/84 04/08/84 08/12/84 PART I: BIG TIME SPORTS ARE NOT FOR MEN ONLY DONNA DEVARONA, KATHERINE SWITZER, GINNY SEIPT, PATRICIA HALL 40037 CHICAGO (T) 03/24/84 04/08/84 08/12/84 PART II: "THE ULTIMATE SEDUCTION": AN INTERVIEW WITH CHARLOTTE CHANDLER 40037 CHICAGO 03/31/84 04/15/84 TOUGH JUDGES TALK ABOUT CRIME AND PUNISHMENT JUDGE BURTON ROBERTS, JUDGE HERBERT STERN 40039 CHICAGO (T) 04/16/84 04/22/84 PART I: EVERYTHING'S UP TO DATE IN KANSAS CITY MAYOR RICHARD L. BERKLEY, SANDRA DAY BERKLEY, ELLIS G. BRADLEY, BEVERLY BRADLEY, J.C. NICHOLS, JR., MARY NICHOLS 40043 CHICAGO (T) 04/16/84 04/22/84 PART II: AN INTERVIEW WITH SIR JAMES MURRAY 40043 04/09/84 04/29/84 09/16/84 AN INTERVIEW WITH A. BARTLETT GIAMATTI, PRESIDENT OF YALE UNIVERSITY 40042 CHICAGO (T) 03/31/84 05/06/84 PART I: YES, MR. 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MULLIGAN, JULIA PERLES, MARVIN MITCHELSON, ROY COHN 40048 CHICAGO (T) 04/28/84 11/18/84 PART I: GLAMOROUS MODELS FROM THE 50s DORIAN LEIGH, NANCY BERG, DOVIMA, CARMEN 40046 CHICAGO (T) 10/13/84 11/18/84 PART II: RISING STARS OF THE 80s CINDY WAITE, VICTORIA PROUTY, CAROL ALT, SAMANTHA PHILLIPS, CARRIE MILLER 40046 CHICAGO 10/27/84 11/25/84 IS THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION OVER? THE RETURN TO CHASTITY SUE ATCHESON, BOB POLLAK, ROBERT MASELLO, SARA NELSON, PAT SKIPPER 40055 CHICAGO (T) 10/27/84 11/25/84 PART II: EXPERTS DR. JUDITH KURIANSKY, DR. CAROL FLAX, ARTHUR KORNHABER, M.D. 40055 10/31/84 12/02/84 PART I: THE MALE MID-LIFE CRISIS: AN INTERVIEW WITH WILLIAM A. 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STODDARD 41994 CHICAGO (T) 01/16/86 03/30/86 PART I: FOREIGN WOMEN RATE AMERICAN MEN LILIANE MONTEVECCHI, HELGA WAGNER, JOANNA KIMBERLEY, ASHA PUTHLI 41047 CHICAGO 05/01/85 03/30/86 PART II: TITLED EUROPEANS PRINCE MICHAEL OF GREECE, COUNTESS DONINA CICOGNA MOZZONI, PRINCE DIMITRI OF YUGOSLAVIA, BARON FRANCOIS DE SAMBUCY, PRINCESS KATALIN ZU WINDISCH-GRAETZ 41047 CHICAGO 03/19/86 04/06/86 PART I: HOW TO BECOME A MILLIONAIRE TOM FATJO, JR., VICTOR KIAM, LANE NEMETH, THOMAS MONAGHAN, RICHARD THALHEIMER 41995 CHICAGO (T) 02/04/86 04/13/86 PART I: DIVORCED BUT FRIENDLY MARTI SCHULZ, BRYCE BOND, EDWARD BOTWIN, CAROL BOTWIN 41050 CHICAGO (T) 03/25/86 04/27/86 DOCTORS REVEAL THE LATEST IN SEX THERAPIES HELEN SINGER KAPLAN, M.D., HAROLD LIEF, M.D., CLIFFORD SAGER, M.D., MAJ-BRITT ROSENBAUM, M.D. 41996 CHICAGO (T) 03/31/86 05/04/86 THE MALE POOL - OLDER WOMEN SHARE THEIR RESOURCES LYNN TENDLER GILBERT, FRAN MANDELL, DEANNA WALLACH, DORIS BASS, GLORIA NEUWIRTH 41997 CHICAGO 04/22/86 05/11/86 CATCH A RISING STAR: NEW COMEDIANS MICHAEL HAMPTON-CAIN, BARRY STEIGER, TAYLOR MASON, RICHARD MORRIS, RANDY KLEIN 41999 CHICAGO (T) 05/01/86 05/18/86 07/27/86 THE WORLDS GREATEST SPAS RICHARD SCHMITZ, DR. SIGRUN LANG, DEBORAH SZEKELY, TONI BECK 42001 CHICAGO 03/13/85 05/25/86 ARE WOMEN FOOLS FOR LOVE? DIANE ACKERMAN, CAROL BOTWIN, ALEXANDRA PENNEY, DR. MELVYN KINDER, DR. CONNELL COWAN 41017 CHICAGO (T) 04/29/86 06/01/86 AN INTERVIEW WITH JOSEPH A CALIFANO, JR.: WHO LIVES, WHO DIES, WHO PAYS 42000 04/26/86 06/08/86 BADINAGE WITH BILL COSBY AND GIANNI GARAVELLI 42002 CHICAGO (T) 04/10/86 06/15/86 I DO, I DO, I DO - MANY TIMES MARRIED BARBARA TOBER, DIANA HUFF, SY KABACK, FRANKLIN B. ZIMMERMAN, RUTH BATCHELOR, "CARMEN" 41998 CHICAGO (T) 06/05/86 06/22/86 08/24/86 GROWING UP IN BROOKLINE MIKE WALLACE, JOHN D. SPOONER, RCHARD N. GOODWIN 42003 CHICAGO (T)
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Entertainment Oscar Wrap 1 - Highlights from the 75th Oscars awards backstage reaction
TAPE: EF03/0265 IN_TIME: 14:35:46 DURATION: 13:58 SOURCES: APTN/Various RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance DATELINE: Hollywood. March 23, 2003 SHOTLIST APTN - Los Angeles, USA 23rd March 2003 1. WS Pan Red carpet 2. B-Roll Meryl Streep 3. B-Roll Salma Hayek 4. B-Roll Renee Zellweger 5. B-Roll Daniel Day-Lewis greets Martin Scorsese 6. B-Roll Halle Berry greets Queen Latifah 7. Cutaway Oscar 8. Medium shot of Oscars/peace sign - group of protestors holding signs 9. Close up of signs to pullout of protestors 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Jody Evans, Code Pink for Peace: "We are here to mourn the loss of the newsmakers, our service people, our democracy and our dignity in the world. We are here to bring the attention to what's really happening that's not being covered." 11. Long shot Pro-war campaigners 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Ronnie Ouyer, Vietnam veteran: "If strength is the only thing that the Arab thugs understand then they're going to get some real thuggin' from the United States of America." 13. B-Roll Diane Lane arrives 14. B-Roll Nicole Kidman arrives with parents 15. B-Roll Michael Caine arrives 16. B-Roll Pedro Almadovar 17. B-Roll Julianne Moore arrives 18. B-Roll Nia Vardalos 19. B-Roll Cameron Diaz gets out of her electric car (Prius) 20. B-Roll Bono and U2 arrive 21. B-Roll Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck A.M.P.A.S. (copyright 2003) - Los Angeles, USA. 23rd March 2003 22. Kirk and Michael Douglas announcing the award for Best Picture ( 'Chicago') 23. WS Marty Richards hugs 'Chicago' cast 24. Performance Catherine Zeta Jones & Queen Latifah 25. Sean Connery announces Best actress in a supporting role (Catherine Zeta Jones, 'Chicago') 26. SOUNDBITE (English) Catherine Zeta Jones: "Thank you so much, my Scotsman giving the Welsh girl. I can't believe it. My hormones are just too way out of control to be dealing with this but thank you o much the academy. And to be nominated with such amazing women in an amazing year for women thank you very much. Everybody in Swansea, South Wales, I love you. And to my son Dylan who is going to be watching at home, and to my husband who I love, and I share this award with you along with this one too. Thank you so much." 27. Clip - 'Chicago' APTN Los Angeles, USA 23rd March 2003 28. SOUNDBITE (English) Catherine Zeta-Jones: "My mother is still awake, I just spoke to her. It is some God awful hour but this is something that I will be taking back home with em and showing it off to all my family and friends in Wales." A.M.P.A.S. (copyright 2003) - Los Angeles, USA. 23rd March 2003 29. Denzel Washington presenting Best Actress ( Nicole Kidman, 'The Hours') 30. SOUNDBITE (English) Nicole Kidman: "Russell Crowe said don't cry if you get up there and now I'm crying. Sorry. Stephen Daldry you took a huge chance on me. I am so grateful, David Hare you gave me magnificent words to say. I do have to say why do you come to the Academy Awards when the world is in such turmoil, because art is important." 31. Clip - 'The Hours' APTN - Los Angeles, USA 23rd March 2003 32. SOUNDBITE (English) Nicole Kidman: "I used to say to Stanley Kubrick, how did you come up with that idea and he would say 'I don't know', and I think that is the most honest answer. It is not like I have some technique or something, and it is why I suppose I don't have an enormous amount of confidence when i go back into something , because it is so intangible, you are not sure how you do it and therefore you are not sure how you are going to do it again." A.M.P.A.S. (copyright 2003) - Los Angeles, USA. 23rd March 2003 33. Harrison Ford announcing the oscar for Best Director ( Roman Polanski, 'The Pianist') 34. SOUNDBITE (English) Harrison Ford : "The Academy congratulates Roman Polanski and accepts this award on his behalf." APTN Los Angeles, USA 23rd March 2003 35. SOUNDBITE (English) Ronald Harwood, Winner Best Adapted Screenplay, The Pianist: "In the English newspapers there are attacks on Roman Polanski for his past, he wont touch that, so i did all his interviews in Cannes and have done quite a lot since. He just wont do it, and he wont do it because the press don't' want to treat him as an artist, they want to treat him as a celebrity that has got scandal in his past. " A.M.P.A.S. (copyright 2003) - Los Angeles, USA. 23rd March 2003 36. Halle Berry announces Best Actor in a leading role ( Adrien Brody, 'The Pianist') 37. SOUNDBITE (English) Adrien Brody: "It fills me with great joy but I am also filled with a lot of sadness tonight because I am accepting an award at such a strange time. And my experiences of making this film made me very aware of the sadness and the dehumanization of people at times of war, and the repercussions of war and whomever you believe in whether it is God or Allah, may he watch over you and lets pray for a peaceful and swift resolution. I have a friend from Queens who is a soldier in Kuwait right now, I hope you and your boys make it back real soon and God bless you guys." 38. Clip - 'The Pianist' APTN Los Angeles, USA 23rd March 2003 39. SOUNDBITE (English) Adrien Brody: "He is an incredibly gifted and disciplined director. he provided me with a tremendous amount of insight into this character because he himself is a survivor and I am honoured that he chose me and I am very happy for him because he deserves the recognition." A.M.P.A.S. (copyright 2003) - Los Angeles, USA. 23rd March 2003 40. Jennifer Connelly announcing Best Actor ( Chris Cooper, 'Adaptation') 41. Chris Cooper hugs wife etc. 42. SOUNDBITE (English) Chris Cooper: "Working with this woman was like making great Jazz, and you had a lot to do with this so thank you." 43. Clip - 'Adaptation' APTN Los Angeles, USA 23rd March 2003 44. SOUNDBITE (English) Chris Cooper: "I wanted to cherish this little moment and I have a very good, strong memory of it, so I think it was reality." A.M.P.A.S. (copyright 2003) - Los Angeles, USA. 23rd March 2003 45. Ben Affleck announces Best Screenplay ( Perdo Almodovar, 'Talk To Her') 46. SOUNDBITE (English) Pedro Almodovar: "I also want to dedicate this award to all the people that are raising their voices in favour of peace and respect of human rights, democracy and international legality, all of which are essential qualities. This award is also to them and to Spanish cinema and to all of you because you are the winners of these wonderful moments of my life, my time is up. I'm sorry." 47. SOUNDBITE (English) Peter O'Toole: " Always a bridesmaide and never a bride, my foot. I have my very own Oscar now to be with me until death us do part." 48. Diane Lane announces Best Documentary ( Michael Moore and Michael Donovan, 'Bowling For Columbine') 49. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael Moore: "We live in a time where we have a man sending us to war for fictitious reasons, we are against this war Mr Bush, shame on you Mr Bush, shame on you. Any time you have got the Pope and the Dixie Chicks against you, you're time is up." 50. Clip - 'Bowling For Columbine' APTN Los Angeles, USA 23rd March 200350. 51. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael Moore: "We kill each other at an enormous rate, more so than virtually any other country on this planet. What was the lesson we taught the children of Columbine this week, this was the lesson, that violence is an acceptable means to resolve a conflict." 52. Clip - 'Bowling For Columbine' CHEERS,TEARS AND JEERS AT 'WAR' OSCARS The razzle-dazzle musical satire 'Chicago' won the Academy Award as best picture Sunday, while top acting honours struck a more somber note: Adrien Brody as a Holocaust survivor in 'The Pianist' and Nicole Kidman as suicidal novelist Virginia Woolf in 'The Hours.' Reflecting the serious mood as America fights Iraq, the red carpet arrivals for the 75th Academy Awards were muted as stars declined to talk to the few press invited to cover their silent arrivals. But the stars let their glamourous outfits do the talking. Oscar nominee Renee Zellweger showed the way with a tight embroidered chiffon red gown with delicate spaghetti straps by Carolina Herrera. She wore no necklace or earrings - just a 16-carat red ruby ring on her left hand. But with no organised stands for fans, only a few determined fans star spotters turned out to enjoy the fashion statements. Instead, demonstrators on both sides of the war issue gathered near Hollywood's Kodak Theatre. Anti-war protesters held signs such as 'Bush: Dumb and Dangerous' and 'Oscar for Peace.' Half a block from the area where stars arrived, supporters of U.S. troops in Iraq chanted 'USA, USA,' and held a banner reading 'God Bless America.' In a ceremony overshadowed by the U.S.-led war in Iraq, 'Chicago' became the first musical since 1968's 'Oliver!'" to win the top Oscar and also took home the most trophies, six. Its other awards were supporting actress for Catherine Zeta-Jones, and four technical honors including costume design and art direction. World events sparked several emotional highlights, including Brody's tearful speech urging prayers for peace and an attack on President Bush and the war by filmmaker Michael Moore, winner of the best-documentary Oscar for 'Bowling for Columbine.' Small pins inspired by Picasso's 'Dove of Peace' were visible on the lapels and dresses of some people in attendance. Chris Cooper won as best supporting actor for his role as a scraggly haired, toothless horticultural poacher in 'Adaptation.' Brody's victory was something of a surprise, as was the awarding of the best-director Oscar to Roman Polanski, also for 'The Pianist.' Polanski has been an exile from the United States since fleeing 25 years ago to avoid sentencing for having sex with a 13-year-old girl. 'The Pianist' also won the adapted-screenplay award for Ronald Harwood, giving it a total of three, while Pedro Almodovar earned the original-screenplay prize for 'Talk to Her.' 'Chicago' came in with a leading 13 nominations, followed by the crime epic 'Gangs of New York' with 10. But 'Gangs' was shut out in every category, including best director, where Martin Scorsese was a sentimental favourite. 'Chicago' was adapted from the Bob Fosse stage hit about two Jazz Age murderesses using their jailhouse celebrity to further their singing careers. Zeta-Jones was the first performer to win an acting Oscar for a musical since Liza Minnelli for 1972's 'Cabaret.' In 'Chicago,' Zeta-Jones played a jailed vaudeville scamp scheming for celebrity after slaying her adulterous husband and sister. Due to deliver her second child with husband and Oscar winner Michael Douglas in a few weeks, Zeta-Jones joined co-star and fellow supporting-actress nominee Queen Latifah in the Oscar performance of 'I Move On,' the best-song nominee from 'Chicago.' Brody played the title character in 'The Pianist,' based on the real-life story of musician Wladyslaw Szpilman, a Polish Jew who survived World War II by hiding from the Nazis in the Warsaw ghetto. "This film is a tribute to his survival. My experience making this film made me very aware of the sadness and the dehumanization of people in times of war, and the repercussions of war. And whether you believe in God or Allah, may he watch over you, and let's pray for a peaceful and swift resolution," Brody said, fighting back tears and drawing a standing ovation. Documentary winner 'Bowling for Columbine' is Moore's alternately hilarious and horrifying examination of gun violence in America. Moore, a harsh critic of the Bush administration, railed at the Academy: "We are against this war, Mr. Bush. Shame on you, Mr. Bush. Shame on you," Moore said, amid a mix of boos and applause from the crowd. Kidman's Oscar win was a Hollywood ending for her after a turbulent couple of years. She had a miscarriage in 2001 and broke up with husband Tom Cruise , in whose shadow she had lingered throughout their 11-year relationship. Kidman emerged as a big star in her own right later that year with 'Moulin Rouge,' which earned her a best-actress Oscar nomination, and the horror hit 'The Others.' In 'The Hours,' Kidman played suicidal author Virginia Woolf, wearing a fake nose to capture the writer's plain features. "Why do you come to the Academy Awards when the world is in such turmoil," Kidman said. "Because art is important. And because you believe in what you do and you want to honor that, and it is a tradition that needs to be upheld." Cooper, a veteran character actor whose credits include 'American Beauty' and 'Lone Star,' played a man on a mission to preserve rare orchids in the film loosely based on author Susan Orlean's 'The Orchid Thief.' "In light of all the troubles in this world, I wish us all peace," Cooper said as he received his award. 'Lose Yourself,' from the film '8 Mile' starring Eminem, won the best-song Oscar for the rap star and his co-writers, Jeff Bass and Luis Resto. The Oscar for foreign-language film went to the German drama 'Nowhere in Africa,' about a family of Jews who leave Germany before World War II and settle on a farm in Kenya. The Japanese fantasy 'Spirited Away' won the award for animated feature film. The movie, which had a limited U.S. release last fall and grossed a modest $5.5 million, was a surprise winner against a field of nominees that included $100 million Hollywood hits 'Ice Age' and 'Lilo & Stitch.' The winners list for the 75th Academy Awards includes: Actor in a leading role - Adrien Brody, 'The Pianist.' Actor in a supporting role - Chris Cooper, 'Adaption.' Actress in a leading role - Nicole Kidman, 'The Hours.' Actress in a supporting role - Catherine Zeta-Jones, 'Chicago.' Animated feature film - Hayao Miyazaki, 'Spirited Away.' Art direction - John Myhre (Art Direction); Gordon Sim (Set Decoration), 'Chicago. Cinematography - Conrad L. Hall, 'Road to Perdition.' Costume design - Colleen Atwood, 'Chicago.' Directing - Roman Polanski 'The Pianist' Documentary Feature - Michael Moore and Michael Donovan, 'Bowling for Columbine.' Documentary short - Bill Guttentag and Robert David Port, 'Twin Towers.' Film editing - Martin Walsh, 'Chicago.' Foreign language film - 'Nowhere in Africa' (Germany) Directed by Caroline Link Makeup - John Jackson and Beatrice De Alba, 'Frida' Music (score) - Elliot Goldenthal, 'Frida' Music (song) - Music by Eminem, Jeff Bass and Luis Resto; Lyric by Eminem '8 Mile' in 'Lose Yourself' Best picture - Martin Richards, 'Chicago' Sound - Michael Minkler, Dominick Tavella and David Lee, 'Chicago' Sound editing - Ethan Van der Ryn and Michael Hopkins, 'The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.' Visual effects -Jim Rygiel, Joe Letteri, Randall William Cook and Alex Funke, 'The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.' Writing (adapted screenplay) - Ronald Harwood, 'The Pianist' Writing (original screenplay) - Pedro Almodovar, 'Talk to Her' Honourary award - Peter O'Toole FILM CLIP DETAILS The Hours Miramax 212 941 3800 Chicago Miramax 44 (0) 20 7535 8300 1 212 941 3800 The Pianist Focus Features 212 343 9230 Adaptation Sony 1 310 244 4000 Bowling For Columbine MGM 1 310 449 3000
Fear on the screen
APTN 0930 PRIME NEWS - AMERICAS
AP-APTN-0930: Iraq Blast 2 Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:Iraq Blast 2- WRAP A'math of bomb blast in Shiite market that killed 69; injured at hospital LENGTH: 02:33 FIRST RUN: 0430 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 610718 DATELINE: Baghdad, 25 June 2009 LENGTH: 02:33 SHOTLIST (FIRST RUN 0330 EUROPE PRIME NEWS - 25 JUNE 2009) 1. Various shots of onlookers gathered in area where the blast occurred with damaged and burnt out stalls and small shops at an outdoor market 2. Onlookers by damaged motorcycle 3. Various of people around damaged pushcart 4. Man holding up child's trousers 5. Various of slippers and rubble on ground 6. Various of men securing coffin on top of minibus 7. Wide of women in street 8. Various shots of minibuses with coffins on roofs driving toward cemetery, mourners shouting (in Arabic) "There is no God but Allah" 9. Car with coffin on top driving towards cemetery (FIRST 0430 NEWS UPDATE - 25 JUNE 2009) 10. Exterior of Sadr General Hospital 11. Sign reading (in Arabic) "Sadr General Hospital" 12. Pan of ward with injured people 13. Various shots of people injured in the blast STORYLINE: Funerals were held on Thursday after a bomb hidden in a cart of vegetables ripped through a crowded market in Baghdad's main Shiite district, Sadr City, a day earlier, killing at least 69 people, Iraqi officials said. Wednesday's blast wounded more than 100 others and came less than a week before a deadline for US combat troops to leave Iraq's urban areas. The blast appeared to be timed to maximise casualties by striking shoppers buying food for their evening meal. The explosives were loaded on a motorised pushcart and shrapnel was blown more than 600 yards away, a police officer said. The explosion also set some shops ablaze in the market. Some of the injured were receiving treatment at Sadr General Hospital. US and Iraqi officials have warned that violence would likely increase before the June 30 deadline for most American troops to pull back from urban areas - the first stage of a full withdrawal by the end of 2011. A series of blasts this week have killed more than 160 people. A US military spokesman said earlier on Wednesday that the high-profile bombings were an effort to rekindle sectarian violence that pushed the country to the brink of civil war. The explosion in Sadr City, the deadliest to strike the sprawling impoverished area in more than two years, came just days after the US military handed over to Iraqis its main base on the edge of the former Shiite militia stronghold. The strategic district was used by Shiite militants to launch rockets onto the Green Zone during the last major fighting in the city in 2008. Another bomb exploded later on Wednesday in the mainly Shiite neighbourhood of Jihad, killing at least one civilian and wounding 10 others, most of them young men who had been enjoying themselves at a nearby billiards hall. Four days earlier, a truck bombing killed 82 people in a mainly Shiite town near the northern city of Kirkuk, which was the deadliest bombing so far this year. Back-to-back suicide bombings by female attackers also killed 71 people outside a Shiite shrine in Baghdad on April 24. 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APTN APEX 06-25-09 0545EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0930: Japan US Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:Japan US- REPLAY US Defence Dept Under Sec meets Japanese officials for talks LENGTH: 00:51 FIRST RUN: 0730 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 610724 DATELINE: Tokyo, 25 June 2009 LENGTH: 00:51 SHOTLIST: 1. Mid shot of US Under Secretary of Defence for Policy, Michele Flournoy, and Japanese Defence Minister, Yasukazu Hamada, shaking hands 2. Pan from media to wide of Flournoy and Hamada seated 3. UPSOUND (English) Michele Flournoy, US Under Secretary of Defence for Policy: "Because I really, we, the United States, view the Japan alliance as an absolute cornerstone of our pasture and our security in Asia so it's very important that we stop here and I really appreciate you taking the time." 4. Mid of Hamada, pan right to Flournoy STORYLINE: US Defence Under Secretary Michele Flournoy on Thursday met with Japanese Defence Minister Yasukazu Hamada Thursday in Tokyo. The meeting was expected to feature discussions of the issue of US-Japan alliance as well as tension over North Korea. North Korea vowed Thursday to enlarge its atomic arsenal and warned of a "fire shower of nuclear retaliation" in the event of any US attack, as the regime marked the 1950 outbreak of the Korean War amid heightened tensions. The US has repeatedly said it has no intention of attacking the North. Earlier this week, Flournoy held high-level military talks on North Korea, and discussed the subject with Chinese officials on Wednesday. In Beijing, Flourney said that both parties shared objective in denuclearise North Korea. North Korea counts China as its closest ally. China had hosted now-stalled six-nation talks aimed at pressing Pyongyang to halt its nuclear programmes in return for financial aid and diplomatic inducements. Meanwhile tension continues to mount. The Korean War anniversary came as the US Navy trailed a North Korean ship suspected of carrying weapons in violation of a UN resolution punishing Pyongyang's May 25 nuclear test, and as anticipation mounted that the North might test-fire short- or mid-range missiles in the coming days. But the Pentagon said overnight the US and its allies had not decided whether to contact and request inspection of the ship. The new U.N. resolution seeks to clamp down on North Korea's trading of banned arms and weapons-related material by requiring U.N. member states to request inspections of ships carrying suspected cargo. North Korea has said it would consider interception of its ships a declaration of war. The Kang Nam is the first North Korean ship to be tracked under the resolution. 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APTN APEX 06-25-09 0546EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0930: US Journalists Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:US Journalists- REPLAY Demo in support of 2 journalists imprisoned in NKorea LENGTH: 00:30 FIRST RUN: 0630 RESTRICTIONS: No Access NAmerica/Internet TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: ABC STORY NUMBER: 610727 DATELINE: San Francisco - 24 June 2009 LENGTH: 00:30 SHOTLIST: 1. Wide shot of stage 2. Medium shot of audience at rally 3. Medium shot of performers on stage at rally 4. Medium shot of Iain Clayton, Laura Ling's husband, in audience at rally 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Iain Clayton, Laura Ling's husband "She was very, very nervous about being transferred to a labour camp, and she kept saying if I'm sent to a labour camp I fear that I might not talk to you for a very long time." 6. Various posters with pictures of two journalists imprisoned in North Korea STORYLINE: The husband of an American journalist jailed in North Korea said his wife sounded scared during a recent phone call, but described her confinement as "bearable" at a rally in San Francisco on Wednesday evening. Iain Clayton, the husband of Laura Ling, said his wife called him on Sunday night. He said although she tried to be strong on the phone, he could tell she was worried. Clayton was speaking after a vigil at San Francisco's Academy of Art University for Ling and Euna Lee, the other American reporter jailed in North Korea. Lee and Ling were sentenced to 12 years of hard labour for allegedly entering the country illegally in March and engaging in what the North Korean authorities said were "hostile acts". Clayton also said Ling's medical condition had deteriorated and that Lee had developed a medical problem. Ling reportedly suffers from an ulcer. 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APTN APEX 06-25-09 0547EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0930: Mexico Chile Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:Mexico Chile- REPLAY Chile President Bachelet arrives for two day visit LENGTH: 01:07 FIRST RUN: 0130 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 610679 DATELINE: Mexico City, 24 June 2009 LENGTH: 01:07 SHOTLIST: 1. Wide of Chilean plane on tarmac 2. Plane taxiing 3. Close of plane 4. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet greeting Chile's ambassador to Mexico German Guerrero on top of stairs outside plane 5. Chilean military officials waiting on tarmac 6. Bachelet walking down stairs 7. Wide of Bachelet walking down stairs, people waiting on tarmac 8. Cutaway of Mexican and Chilean flags 9. Bachelet walking towards airport terminal with Mexican and Chilean delegations 10. Pan of Bachelet waving hand, passing by 11. Wide of Bachelet entering terminal 12. Wide of motorcade leaving airport STORYLINE: Chilean President Michelle Bachelet arrived in Mexico City on Wednesday where she was welcomed by Chilean ambassador to Mexico German Guerrero. Bachelet who arrived from Washington will spend two days in Mexico before returning to Chile. On Thursday she will meet Mexican President Felipe Calderon in the morning. Before the meeting, she is expected to have a meeting with Mexican businessmen. 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APTN APEX 06-25-09 0548EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0930: Pakistan Security Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:Pakistan Security- REPLAY US Nat'l Security Advisor Gen James Jones meeting Pakistan's PM LENGTH: 00:48 FIRST RUN: 0630 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 610725 DATELINE: Islamabad, 25 June 2009 LENGTH: 00:48 SHOTLIST: 1. Wide exterior of Prime Minister's house 2. Close of Pakistani flag 3. Mid of US National Security Advisor James Jones shaking hands with Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani 4. Mid of Pakistani ministers and officials 5. Close of Jones 6. Close of Gilani 7. Mid of Gilani talking to Jones and US Ambassador Anne Patterson 8. Wide pan right from US delegation to Pakistani officials STORYLINE: US President Barack Obama's national security adviser is holding talks with Pakistani leaders that are expected to focus on Pakistan's military operations against the Taliban in the country's volatile northwest. General James Jones met Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in Islamabad on Thursday, and was also scheduled to meet Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari to discuss the Obama administration's revamped strategy for the troubled region. On Wednesday, Jones met Pakistan military chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani. Local media reported that Jones would discuss the US troop surge in Afghanistan, the acquisition of counter-insurgency equipment from the US, and humanitarian assistance for some of the two (m) million internally displaced people (IDPs) who have fled the ongoing fighting between Pakistani forces and Taliban militants. Jones, a former US Marine Corps General, arrived in Pakistan after a visit to Afghanistan, and leaves for India later on Thursday to wrap up his trip to the region. The visit to Islamabad comes as the Pakistan military gears up for a new offensive in South Waziristan, a rugged mountainous region along Pakistan's northwestern border with Afghanistan where heavily armed tribesmen hold sway and al-Qaida and Taliban leaders are believed to be hiding. The operation comes on the back of the army's offensive to oust the Taliban from another northwestern stronghold in the Swat Valley region. Washington supports both campaigns, viewing them as a test of nuclear-armed Pakistan's resolve to confront a growing insurgency after years of half-hearted offensives and peace deals with militants. The battle in the tribal region could also help the war in Afghanistan because the area has been used by militants to launch cross-border attacks on NATO and Afghan troops. Many Pakistanis support the operations, fed up with the brutality the Taliban displayed in Swat and with an increasingly widespread and bloody campaign of bombings that have killed not just security forces, but also civilians and Islamic clerics who denounced the militant violence as being against the tenets of Islam. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 06-25-09 0549EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0930: ++Japan Toyota Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:++Japan Toyota- NEW New president of Toyota gives press conference LENGTH: 01:07 FIRST RUN: 0930 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Japanese/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 610738 DATELINE: Tokyo - 25 June 2009/FILE LENGTH: 01:07 SHOTLIST June 25, 2009 1. Tilt up from hands to face of Toyota's newly appointed President, Akio Toyoda and new top management team 2. Toyoda and new top management team 3. Wide shot of Toyoda at podium 4. SOUNDBITE: (Japanese) Akio Toyoda, Toyota Motor Corporation's President: "The new Toyota team's ship is setting sail in a storm." 5. Mid shot of Toyoda 6. SOUNDBITE: (Japanese) Akio Toyoda, Toyota Motor Corporation's President: "It is truly frustrating, but the truth is that we are starting again from the very bottom." May 18, 2009 7. Various of new Prius car on display STORYLINE The new president of Toyota has promised a nimbler company that will be more responsive to regional needs. In his first public appearance on Thursday as head of the Japanese carmaker which his grandfather founded, Akio Toyoda said the company's entire product line-up would be reviewed to better focus its offerings to each global region. Toyoda, 53, one of youngest presidents in Toyota's history, also said he would put customers and the rank-and-file first to steer the world's biggest automaker out of its worst crisis in its history. Executive vice presidents will each oversee a global region - North America, Europe, Japan and emerging markets - to answer changing consumer needs, Toyoda said. He said Toyota would also focus aggressively on some auto model sectors, while pulling out of others, depending on the region. Toyoda didn't give details, but said hybrid technology, seen in the success of the third-generation Prius which has been snapped up since going on sale last month, was an example of a Toyota strength. Toyoda, who assumed the top post after approval from shareholders on Tuesday, is Toyota's first president from the founding family in 14 years. He said the basic principles of Toyota and his family include contributing to society, creating jobs and paying taxes. He acknowledged he was frustrated that Toyota hadn't fulfilled those aims well recently, and vowed to do his utmost to return the company to profit. The global auto slump has battered Toyota, which lost 436.94 (b) billion yen (4.4 (b) billion US dollars) in the fiscal year ended March - its worst loss since being founded in 1937. 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APTN APEX 06-25-09 0551EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0930: Venezuela Summit Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:Venezuela Summit- REPLAY Opening of summit of ALBA trade bloc, Chavez announces new members LENGTH: 02:20 FIRST RUN: 0130 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Spanish/Nats SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/VTV STORY NUMBER: 610677 DATELINE: Maracay, 24 June 2009 LENGTH: 02:20 SHOTLIST: AP Television 1. Various shots of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez arriving with other leaders from the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas (ALBA) group 2. Pan of presidents attending summit 3. Mid shot of Chavez, Cuban Vice President Machado Ventura, and other officials listening to Ecuador President Rafael Correa speaking 4. Close shot of Chavez VTV 5. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Hugo Chavez, Venezuelan President: "This is the central motive of this summit. We will discuss other topics but the central motive, we know. I want to underline the political, ethical and historical importance of the incorporation of the Republic of Ecuador." AP Television 6. Back shot of Correa signing accord to include Ecuador as member of ALBA 7. Wide of summit as Correa speaks VTV 8. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Rafael Correa, Ecuador President (++part overlaid by shots of summit++): "We support the consolidation of the Andean economic community and Mercosur and we support the construction of Unasur, or build-up of Unasur, and a flowering nation of American states and of the Caribbean. We ask to be incorporated to ALBA in a display of political consequence of political empathy and solidarity with our fellow countries." AP Television 9. Various shots of representatives of Dominica attending summit VTV 10. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Hugo Chavez, Venezuelan President: "They (the opposition) have snipers, and behind them is the CIA and the imperial hand. European countries, and the United States. In my opinion, this is what is happening in Iran. Ahmadinejad won, fully within the law. We're completely sure of that. We know the Iranian reality. They are hitting the revolution hard." AP Television 11. Various shots of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, and his wife, seated during summit 12. Dominica officials seated during summit 13. Close shot of Bolivian President Evo Morales signing documents STORYLINE: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Wednesday ushered three new countries into a bloc of leftist-led allies during a summit in Maracay. The Bolivarian Alternative bloc grew to nine countries with new members Ecuador, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Antigua and Barbuda. Other members include Venezuela, Cuba, Bolivia, Dominica, Honduras and Nicaragua. Chavez promoted the group as a socialist integration effort and an alternative to US-proposed free trade pacts. The group's acronym in Spanish, ALBA, means "dawn." Chavez told leaders at the summit that the effort is aimed at a battle for the "independence of our America." Leaders attending the talks included Ecuador's Rafael Correa, Bolivia's Evo Morales and Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua. Correa said Ecuador had asked to be included in ALBA "in a display of political consequence of political empathy and solidarity with our fellow countries." He added that Ecuador would continue to support the Andean Community of Nations (CAN), the Mercosur trade pact, the Union of South American Nations (Unasur) and a new organisation of Latin American states and the Caribbean. Chavez said that the addition of Ecuador was of "political" and "ethical" importance to the alliance. ALBA was created in 2004, driven by Venezuela as a response to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), promoted by the United States. Chavez has fervently opposed the NAFTA initiative, indicating that it only benefits the US and other industrialised countries at the cost of Latin American nations. At the summit, Chavez also spoke about the political standoff in Iran over its contested June 12 election. Chavez affirmed his support for President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, with whom he enjoys warm relations. "Ahmadinejad won, fully within the law. We're completely sure of that. We know the Iranian reality. They are hitting the revolution hard," he said. 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APTN APEX 06-25-09 0551EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0930: ++Egypt Leb Verdict Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:++Egypt Leb Verdict- NEW Billionaire sentenced to death for ordering killing of Lebanese pop star, reax LENGTH: 02:42 FIRST RUN: 0830 RESTRICTIONS: Part No Access Lebanon TYPE: Arabic/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/FUTURE TV STORY NUMBER: 610737 DATELINE: Cairo/Beirut - 25 June 2009/FILE LENGTH: 02:42 SHOTLIST AP Television - AP Clients Only Cairo, Egypt - 25 June, 2009 1. Wide exterior of Cairo South court 2. Close up of court sign 3. Wide of police trucks outside court 4. Mid of security 5. Various of Egyptian billionaire Hisham Talaat Moustafa, a former member of the ruling National Democratic Party, behind bars in court 6. Close of Moustafa's associate, former State Security officer Mohsen el-Sukkary behind bars 7. Police inside court 8. Close of Moustafa's son 9. Moustafa (centre) behind bars 10. Judge Muhammadi Qunsuwa walking into courtroom 11. Qunsuwa reading verdict, UPSOUND: (Arabic) "The court ruled unanimously to sentence to death both defendants, Mohsen el-Sukkary and Hisham Hisham Talaat Moustafa." 12. Cutaway of reporters 13. Moustafa's sister leaving court 14. Interior of court 15. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kamal Younis, former lawyer for slain Lebanese pop star Susan Tamim: "There are ways to appeal the court's ruling, and appealing should be submitted in 60 days and it could be over ruled." 16. Moustafa family leaving court Beirut, Lebanon - 25 June, 2009 17. Tilt down exterior of Tamim's house 18. Mid of building 19. Various of photograph of Tamim 20. Wide of street 21. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Ahmed Itani, vox pop: "They were convicted this morning and the story is over." 22. Wide of street Future TV - No Access Lebanon ++NO RE-USE/RE-SALE WITHOUT CLEARANCE++ FILE: Unknown date and location 23. Various of video clips of Tamim singing STORYLINE: An Egyptian court ratified on Thursday the death sentence of an Egyptian real state mogul and his associate who were convicted in the killing of a Lebanese pop star. Hisham Talaat Moustafa, who is also a former ruling party lawmaker, was convicted of paying a retired Egyptian police officer two (m) million US dollars to kill 30-year-old Suzanne Tamim, while she was in Dubai in July. Moustafa and Tamim were lovers. Moustafa was sentenced to death on May 21 and after consulting with Egypt's grand mufti, the judge, Muhammadi Qunsuwa, ratified the verdict on Thursday. In death penalty cases in Egypt, the judge must seek the opinion of the grand mufti, the country's highest religious authority. However, the grand mufti's opinion is not legally binding. The case captivated Egyptians as it involved a member of an elite often viewed as above the law. The hit man in the case, Mohsen el-Sukkary, was also sentenced to death for murdering Tamim, and was slapped with an additional 10-year sentence for possession of weapons. The judge also ordered confiscation of the two (m) million US dollars. Thursday's ratification was expected and the Mufti's approval of the death penalties did not come as a surprise. The case has drawn a media frenzy in Egypt and throughout the Middle East. Earlier on Thursday, the Cairo court building was encircled by dozens of black-clad security forces. Moustafa and el-Sukkary arrived in two separate prison vehicles and were placed in the caged-off area for suspects, with a partition between them. Moustafa and el-Sukkary did not react to the judge's pronouncement. Their lawyers said they will appeal within 60 days. Tamim rose to stardom in the late 1990s but then hit troubled times, separating from her Lebanese husband-manager, who filed a series of lawsuits against her. During interrogations, Moustafa said he broke up with his former lover Tamim after his mother opposed the couple's marriage plan. Moustafa comes from a religiously conservative Muslim family. Motives behind the killing are not yet known. According to Dubai investigators, el-Sukkary stalked Tamim to her apartment in the swanky Dubai Marina complex and entered using an ID of the management company from which she had recently bought her place. Blood-soaked clothes were found dumped outside the building, and police say the killer's face was captured on security camera footage. 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APTN APEX 06-25-09 0623EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0930: SKorea Anniversary 2 Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:SKorea Anniversary 2- WRAP Ceremony marking 59th anniv of Kor war, US vets, SKor envoy on talks LENGTH: 03:04 FIRST RUN: 0930 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Korean/Eng/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 610733 DATELINE: Seoul, 25 June 2009 LENGTH: 03:04 SHOTLIST (FIRST RUN 0530 NEWS UPDATE - 25 JUNE 2009) 1. Wide of commemoration ceremony for the 59th anniversary of the Korean War 2. Mid of flags 3. Close-up of a South Korean honour guard 4. Various of war veterans and participants 5. Wide of ceremony 6. SOUNDBITE: (Korean) Kim Yang, Minister of Patriots and Veterans Affairs: "North Korea has to abandon all programmes related to nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles which the international community including the UN strongly denounce. When North Korea quickly gives up nuclear power and comes forward for reconciliation and cooperation, we and, of course, all other nations can help it." 7. Various of South Korean veterans cheering 8. Military official conducting band 9. Wide of band playing at ceremony 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Howard Ullrich, 79, Korean war veteran from the US: "I just hope that the situation works itself out. And I am sure that our current president Barack Obama feels that we must continue to protect and work with the people of South Korea." 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Leonard Woloszyk, 76, Korean war veteran from the US: "Well, I hate to see what's going on each day on the news. We don't know that future holds. I know that there is going to be a change in government soon. I don't think it's going to be for the better. We will see." 12. Flags hanging from ceiling, tilt down to wide of ceremony (FIRST RUN 0730 NEWS UPDATE - 25 JUNE 2009) 13. South Korea's chief nuclear envoy Wi Sung-lac arriving at the foreign ministry after visiting Russia's envoy 14. Close-up of Wi walking up stairs 15. Wi surrounded by media 16. SOUNDBITE: (Korean) Wi Sung-lac, South Korea's chief nuclear envoy: "(A meeting of five members of the six-party talks) does not mean the six-party-talks would open, but it could be seen as a preliminary consultation through the meeting of this five members which leads to the meeting of the six-parties." 17. Pan from media to Wi 18. Close up of Wi 19. SOUNDBITE: (Korean) Wi Sung-lac, South Korea's chief nuclear envoy: "About the five-party-talks, Russia was supporting it. And it seems like we are going to try to resume the six-party-talks through it." 20. Pan from media to Wi 21. Anti-North Korea protest with people holding up banners 22. Protesters carrying fake rocket 23. Protesters holding signs with pictures of North Korea's founder Kim Il Sung (left), present leader Kim Jong Il and his son Kim Jong Un, reported to be Kim's possible successor 24. North Korean flag being burned 25. Tilt-down of burning sign with pictures of Kim Jong Il and his son Kim Jong Un 26. Fake rockets burning 27. Close-up of Kim Jong Il photo burning 28. Pan of protesters, flames STORYLINE Veterans of the Korean War gathered in Seoul on Thursday to commemorate the 59th anniversary of the start of the three-year conflict that left the country divided. Around five thousand people attended the memorial ceremony organised by the Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs and the Korean Veterans Association. Politicians and students joined veterans from the US and South Korea to remember the casualties, both military and civilian of the 1950-1953 conflict. The anniversary comes as tensions are running high between the two Koreas following an underground nuclear test by the north in May, which drew condemnation from the UN Security Council. In a speech to the assembled crowds, the Minister of Patriots and Veterans Affairs, Kim Yang called for North Korea to "abandon all programmes related to nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles." He said that "reconciliation and cooperation" would only be possible if the north gave up its nuclear power. Veterans visiting from the US expressed their hope that the hostility between north and south would be eased. However, US veteran Leonard Woloszyk said he did not expect the situation to improve with the expected succession of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il's son to power. Historical evidence shows it was North Korea that started the Korean War by invading the South, but Pyongyang claims the U.S. was to blame. The totalitarian government apparently hopes to infuse North Koreans with fear of a fresh American attack to better control the hunger-stricken population. The US fought alongside the South, leading UN forces, during the war. The conflict ended in 1953 with a truce, not a peace treaty, leaving the peninsula divided and in a state of war. Historians estimate that around 970 thousand South Koreans, 1.7 (m) million North Koreans, 150 thousand UN forces, mostly Americans, and 900 thousand Chinese lost their lives, according to South Korean news agency Yonhap. The US still has 28,500 troops positioned in South Korea to protect against an outbreak of hostilities. Ceremonies were also held in Suwon in Gyeonggi Province south of the capital Seoul, and in the port city of Incheon to the west of the city, where an offensive led by US General Douglas MacArthur in 1950 liberated Seoul. On a separate development, South Korea's chief nuclear envoy returned to Seoul from Russia on Thursday following further international discussions with his Russian counterpart on North Korea after the reclusive country announced its withdrawal from six-nation talks aimed at ending its nuclear programme. South Korean envoy Wi Sung-lac had left Seoul on Tuesday to discuss the the new UN Security Council resolution and fresh methods to hold dialogues with North Korea in the future. When asked about possible chances for the resumption of the talks, Wi told reporters Russia would agree to take part in talks with the remaining participants - South Korea, China, Japan and the US. Wi said a five-party meeting should not be seen as an alternative to the six-way talks but as "a preliminary consultation" to resume the six-nation process. South Korea has proposed the talks with the four other nations that have been trying to negotiate an end to the North's nuclear program for years. The US and Japan have agreed to participate, while China has been yet to respond. On Tuesday, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister signalled that Russia would agree to take part in talks with the remaining participants, as long as the main aim is to bring North Korea back to the table. North Korea has vowed to bolster its nuclear arsenal and threatened war to protest sanctions imposed by the UN after its nuclear test on May 25. It also test-fired a ballistic missile and is reportedly preparing for another long-range missile launch and a third nuclear test. North Korea and the five countries began negotiating under the so-called "six-party talks" in 2003 with the aim of giving the communist regime economic aid and other concessions in exchange for dismantling its nuclear programme. The last round of talks was held in December, when negotiations became deadlocked. Meanwhile, on Thursday a group of anti-North Korea protesters staged a rally in Seoul criticising the recent decision of the North to withdraw from the talks. Protesters burnt pictures of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il and his son Kim Jong Un, who is reported to be Kim's possible successor. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 06-25-09 0624EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0930: Egypt Leb Verdict Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:Egypt Leb Verdict- REPLAY Billionaire sentenced to death for ordering killing of Lebanese pop star, reax LENGTH: 02:42 FIRST RUN: 0830 RESTRICTIONS: Part No Access Lebanon TYPE: Arabic/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/FUTURE TV STORY NUMBER: 610737 DATELINE: Cairo/Beirut - 25 June 2009/FILE LENGTH: 02:42 SHOTLIST AP Television - AP Clients Only Cairo, Egypt - 25 June, 2009 1. Wide exterior of Cairo South court 2. Close up of court sign 3. Wide of police trucks outside court 4. Mid of security 5. Various of Egyptian billionaire Hisham Talaat Moustafa, a former member of the ruling National Democratic Party, behind bars in court 6. Close of Moustafa's associate, former State Security officer Mohsen el-Sukkary behind bars 7. Police inside court 8. Close of Moustafa's son 9. Moustafa (centre) behind bars 10. Judge Muhammadi Qunsuwa walking into courtroom 11. Qunsuwa reading verdict, UPSOUND: (Arabic) "The court ruled unanimously to sentence to death both defendants, Mohsen el-Sukkary and Hisham Hisham Talaat Moustafa." 12. Cutaway of reporters 13. Moustafa's sister leaving court 14. Interior of court 15. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kamal Younis, former lawyer for slain Lebanese pop star Susan Tamim: "There are ways to appeal the court's ruling, and appealing should be submitted in 60 days and it could be over ruled." 16. Moustafa family leaving court Beirut, Lebanon - 25 June, 2009 17. Tilt down exterior of Tamim's house 18. Mid of building 19. Various of photograph of Tamim 20. Wide of street 21. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Ahmed Itani, vox pop: "They were convicted this morning and the story is over." 22. Wide of street Future TV - No Access Lebanon ++NO RE-USE/RE-SALE WITHOUT CLEARANCE++ FILE: Unknown date and location 23. Various of video clips of Tamim singing STORYLINE: An Egyptian court ratified on Thursday the death sentence of an Egyptian real state mogul and his associate who were convicted in the killing of a Lebanese pop star. Hisham Talaat Moustafa, who is also a former ruling party lawmaker, was convicted of paying a retired Egyptian police officer two (m) million US dollars to kill 30-year-old Suzanne Tamim, while she was in Dubai in July. Moustafa and Tamim were lovers. Moustafa was sentenced to death on May 21 and after consulting with Egypt's grand mufti, the judge, Muhammadi Qunsuwa, ratified the verdict on Thursday. In death penalty cases in Egypt, the judge must seek the opinion of the grand mufti, the country's highest religious authority. However, the grand mufti's opinion is not legally binding. The case captivated Egyptians as it involved a member of an elite often viewed as above the law. The hit man in the case, Mohsen el-Sukkary, was also sentenced to death for murdering Tamim, and was slapped with an additional 10-year sentence for possession of weapons. The judge also ordered confiscation of the two (m) million US dollars. Thursday's ratification was expected and the Mufti's approval of the death penalties did not come as a surprise. The case has drawn a media frenzy in Egypt and throughout the Middle East. Earlier on Thursday, the Cairo court building was encircled by dozens of black-clad security forces. Moustafa and el-Sukkary arrived in two separate prison vehicles and were placed in the caged-off area for suspects, with a partition between them. Moustafa and el-Sukkary did not react to the judge's pronouncement. Their lawyers said they will appeal within 60 days. Tamim rose to stardom in the late 1990s but then hit troubled times, separating from her Lebanese husband-manager, who filed a series of lawsuits against her. During interrogations, Moustafa said he broke up with his former lover Tamim after his mother opposed the couple's marriage plan. Moustafa comes from a religiously conservative Muslim family. Motives behind the killing are not yet known. According to Dubai investigators, el-Sukkary stalked Tamim to her apartment in the swanky Dubai Marina complex and entered using an ID of the management company from which she had recently bought her place. Blood-soaked clothes were found dumped outside the building, and police say the killer's face was captured on security camera footage. 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APTN APEX 06-25-09 0625EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0930: Kazakhstan NATO 2 Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:Kazakhstan NATO 2- WRAP Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council Sec Forum, NATO Sec Gen; sot LENGTH: 03:41 FIRST RUN: 0830 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: French/Eng/Nat SOURCE: NATO TV STORY NUMBER: 610735 DATELINE: Astana, 25 June 2009 LENGTH: 03:41 SHOTLIST (FIRST RUN 0530 NEWS UPDATE, 25 JUNE 2009) 1. Wide of podium 2. Wide of delegates seated 3. Cutaway of logo of Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council Security Forum (EAPC) 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, NATO Secretary-General: "So the agenda of today's EAPC (Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council) Security Forum does not shy away from critical questions but tackles them head on. The issues that we'll discuss today rains from Afghanistan to the Caucasus, and from energy security to central Asian security." 5. Mid of delegates 6. SOUNDBITE: (French) Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, NATO Secretary-General: ++soundbite starts on previous shot and is partly overlaid by cutaway of delegates++ "The circuits which have made it possible to have the instantaneous flows of funds beyond borders can also be used by criminal groups for all sort of trafficking, for instance money laundering, human trafficking, missiles components or fissile materials could also be exported everywhere. A number of nations from North Korea to Iran have been able to take advantage of unprecedented situations where they have been able to fulfil their nuclear ambitions in spite of worldwide uproar." 7. Kazakh Foreign Minister Marat Tazhin listening 8. Wide of podium 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Per Stig Moller, Danish Foreign Minister ++soundbite starts on previous shot++ "NATO also decided to increase its role in capacity building of the police forces which is yet another crucial factor in achieving stability in Afghanistan, the European Union through its Europole mission also delivers important assistance to strengthening of the police but I must admit the European Union is not doing enough. NATO also decided to further develop its engagement with all Afghanistan's neighbours in support of long term regional security. Strengthening relations with Pakistan is a particular focus." 10. De Hoop Scheffer listening 11. Wide of podium with delegates leaving ++NEW (FIRST RUN 0830 EUROPE PRIME NEWS, 25 JUNE 2009) 12. Reporters at Q & A 13. Wide of de Hoop Scheffer seated 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, NATO Secretary-General: "I do know that Kazakhstan and other nations are interested in having a relationship with NATO and how far they want to go that's up to them. But there is no competition (with Russia). At least I do not see a competition." 15. Cutaway 16. Reporters asking question 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, NATO Secretary-General: "The situation in Iran is of course of great concern to the NATO allies. I mean, the NATO allies have commented, I have not done so as NATO Secretary General because NATO as an alliance, of course, is not intending to play a role. But it is crystal clear if you've listened to the comments by President Obama and by many of the governments, sometimes even heads of states, of the NATO nations, you know what the feeling of the NATO nations is, and that is a feeling of concern and a plea for freedom of demonstration." 18. Cutaway 19. De Hoop Scheffer leaving, pull out to wide STORYLINE: The third Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council Security Forum kicked off in Astana, Kazakhstan, on Thursday, chaired by NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer. The forum's agenda focuses on Afghanistan, Central Asia-Caucasus security and energy security. During the forum, Jaap de Hoop Scheffer said not having control over the "flows of funds beyond borders" made countries such as "North Korea" and "Iran" easily "fulfil their nuclear ambitions in spite of worldwide uproar." He said crimes such as "money laundering, human trafficking, missiles components or fissile materials" are also the consequences of losing control over borders. Per Stig Moller, Danish Foreign Minister also addressed the forum saying NATO is focusing on "achieving stability in Afghanistan" through deferent measures such as strengthening relations "with all Afghanistan's neighbours." In April, the NATO leaders appointed Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen as the Alliance's new secretary-general. Host Kazakhstan is a member of a Russian-led Eurasian security bloc, which preludes the country from joining NATO. But President Nursultan Nazarbayev, the autocratic ruler, has kept a door open to the West, and sought to develop new export routes to Europe for Kazakhstan's vast energy resources. Earlier this year, Kazakhstan agreed to open its territory for the transit of non-lethal cargo to US and NATO troops in Afghanistan. Kazakhstan also conducts joint military exercises with the Western alliance. Questioned by a reporter if NATO was competing with Russia for Kazakhstan, de Hoop Scheffer denied this. "I do know that Kazakhstan and other nations are interested in having a relationship with NATO and how far they want to go that's up to them. But there is no competition," he said. In further comments, De Hoop Scheffer commented on Iran's post-election turmoil. He said he had not commented as NATO Secretary General because the alliance had no intention "to play a role". However he said statements by NATO member countries reflected "a feeling of concern and a plea for freedom of demonstration." Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 06-25-09 0628EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM -------------------
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HOUSE FLOOR DEBATE: The House meets for Legislative Business. VOTE expected late afternoon on Iraq Resolution Consideration of H.Con.Res.63 - Disapproving of the decision of the President announced on January 10, 2007, to deploy more than 20,000 additional United States combat troops to Iraq (Reps. Skelton, Lantos, Jones (NC) - Armed Services, Foreign Affairs) (Continuing Consideration) H.Res. 161 -Providing for consideration of H.R. 976 under Suspension of the Rules (Rules) Suspensions (1 bill): 1) H.R. 976 - Small Business Tax Relief (Reps. Rangel, McCrery - Ways and Means) 14:00:15.5 all the other. as it has before in the darkest ages of human existence. my friends, we must heed the better angels of this nature. we must unite this house behind the self-evident truth, all human beings are endowed by 14:00:31.4 their creators with their right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. we must extend freedom to the iraqis and in so doing enhance the liberties of all free peoples and inspire all those caged in tyranny and embrace. 14:00:48.2 we must let hope flow from the hands of god. epans pate humanity and -- emancipate humanity. madam speaker, we must reject 14:01:01.8 this resolution, unite behind our heroic troops and be free. the speaker pro tempore: jaths. -- the gentleman's time has 14:01:16.6 expired. mr. lantos: madam speaker, i'm delighted to yield to my good from mississippi, congressman thompson. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from mississippi is recognized for five minutes. mr. thompson: thank you very 14:01:31.8 much, madam speaker. madam speaker, three months ago the american people sent a resounding message for change. they voted for a new direction in congress and new direction for the war in iraq. in solemn tribute to the 14:01:48.9 sacrifices of the men and women of the armed forces in mississippi's second congressional district who have served in iraq and who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. i'd like to recognize some of mississippi's second district 14:02:03.9 heroes. staff sergeant kenneth bradley, hometown utica, mississippi, age 39 years old, died may 28, 2003 in operation iraqi freedom. larry k. brown, hometown 14:02:21.9 jackson, mississippi, age 22 years old, died april 5, 2003, in operation iraqi freedom. rayfield s. davis, hometown tuck weiler, mississippi, age 24 14:02:37.8 years of age, died december 22, 2003, in operation iraqi freedom. captain kermit o. evans, holendale, mississippi, age 31 years old, december 3, 2006, in 14:02:54.4 operation iraqi freedom. joshua s. ladd, port gibson, mississippi, 20 years old, may 1, 2004, in operation iraqi freedom. 14:03:10.0 master sergeant brian mcnulty, hometown vicksburg, mississippi, age 39 years of age, december 11, 2006, in operation iraqi freedom. staff sergeant john mcgee, carrie, mississippi, age 36 14:03:29.3 years, may 2, 2005. staff sergeant joe wilson, crystal springs, mississippi, 30 years of age, november 2, 2003, in operation iraqi freedom. madam speaker, the department of 14:03:45.9 defense reports that as of february 15, 2007, 3,126 u.s. military service members have died as a result of their service in iraq. more than 25,000 have been 14:04:03.1 wounded. this bipartisan resolution before us today asks members a straightforward question -- do you approve of the president's announced proposal on january 10, 2007, to deploy more than 14:04:17.9 20,000 additional united states combat troops in iraq? there is no question that the way forward in iraq is one of our greatest challenges. the open debate offered here today allows us all an opportunity to express our 14:04:33.3 sentiments and on the administration's proposal. the sacrifices, dedication, patriotism of our elite military and their families deserve no less. i oppose the president's proposal. 14:04:46.6 until the president is willing to sit down with congress and provide accurate data on what is really going on in this war, i cannot on good conscience support putting more men in harm's way. this administration used bad 14:05:03.1 intelligence to justify the rationale for war, and i fear they are using bad judgment here today in their call for sending 25,000 more troops into harm's way. the administration keeps calling this proposal a troop surge. let's call it what it is. 14:05:20.1 the proposal is a troop increase. rather than a troop surge, what we need from this administration is a truth surge. the incompetence and misinformation that has gotten us into this mess is not the competence that it will take to 14:05:35.6 get us out. the president and this administration must remain faithful and truthful to congress and the american people by openly discussing appropriate measures to resolve the situation in iraq that is worsening daily. 14:05:50.2 the president must allow congress to do what was formed to do under the constitution. his decision to continue in this direction is not democratic, and therefore, does not demonstrate the best example of what we are fighting for in iraq. we must not allow the president 14:06:06.9 to escalate the iraq war without specific congressional approval. madam speaker, we must send the president a message you cannot ignore. we must pass the skelton-lantos-jones resolution. 14:06:22.0 with that i yield back the balance of my time. thank you, madam speaker. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from texas is recognized. mr. carter: thank you, madam speaker. madam speaker, at this time i would like to yield five minutes to the gentleman from virginia, mr. cantor, the deputy whip of the minority. 14:06:41.2 the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from virginia is recognized for five minutes. mr. cantor: thank you, madam speaker. madam speaker, just two days ago on february 14, osama bin laden's deputy, zawahiri, posted a speech on an islamist website where he blessed jihad fighters 14:06:56.7 in iraq, afghanistan and smalla and urged them to remain -- somalia and urged them to remain steadfast. he mentioned those in the islamic jihadist media. 14:07:13.4 there is no doubt about it, madam speaker, we are fighting against an enemy that uses every weapon at its disposal to inflict casualties upon our soldiers in the field. this enemy seeks not just victory in iraq, but a caliphate that would threaten the security 14:07:31.0 of america and freedom-loving people throughout the world. today, this house will vote on a nonbinding resolution that disapproves of a surge in iraq. a resolution that discourages our troops, yet fails to satisfy a the anti-war movement of america's left. 14:07:46.9 the resolution will likely pass today with a near unanimous support of my friends on the other side of the aisle. yet, madam speaker, i am troubled by their seeming unwillingness to accept the real consequences of this outcome. this from the party of john f. 14:08:04.4 kennedy who so inspired our nation when he said in his inaugural address, let every nation know whether it wishes us well or ill that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe in order 14:08:21.0 to assure the survival and the success of liberty. madam speaker, we have come a long way since our nation's 35th president spoke those words 46 years ago. this debate arrives at a historic time in our nation's 14:08:36.9 history, not because of the resolution we are considering today, but because of the results of our efforts in iraq will have a true impact on the lives of our soldiers and the security of all of us for generations to come. recently, i received a letter 14:08:51.9 from one of my constituents who expressed some very real concerns about the democrats' view of the war in iraq. 14:09:00.0 he writes -- i am a service member that has served in iraq training iraqis. i have 19 years of service. i spent six years in the virginia army national guard, and i'm entering my 13th year of active federal service. pulling out of iraq doesn't send the right message to those we 14:09:15.1 are fighting, he said. not enough is being said about what the u.s. will do if we withdraw and what will happen in the midst of a power vacuum. the soldier went on to say, i personally served in the streets of baghdad in 2006, and i would have felt better serving 14:09:32.2 thinking that both houses of congress gave me their full support. madam speaker, what we debate in this house, how we conduct ourselves does have real consequences. some of our country's bravest are on the battlefield and on the streets of baghdad as we 14:09:49.9 speak. we have seen throughout our history what happens when our resolve is weak. in 1993 this congress half-heartedly supported the commitment of troops to subdue the violent warlords of somalia. the precipitous withdraw in the 14:10:03.8 face of casualties left a chaotic nation, to this day, that harbors terrorists and is a feeding ground for instability. the lessons of history must not be forgotten as we face a determined enemy of islamic terrorists who are waging a war 14:10:19.1 upon freedom. madam speaker, the american people want us to fight and win in iraq and bring our troops home. our soldiers seek nothing more than the support they require to perform their mission and the 14:10:34.3 knowledge that the american people believe that their sacrifice is necessary and noble. contrary to those -- some of those on the other side of the aisle who have stood here in this well believing and saying that this debate is a breath of fresh air. 14:10:51.6 our enemies will be the only ones satisfied by this debate. they will have received all the political rhetoric they require to convince their followers that complete victory is at hand. one can only imagine with horror how many islamic radicals will 14:11:08.2 be inspired to continue the fight after this house resolves that it supports our troops but not the mission we ask them to perform. to those who support this resolution and oppose any effort to achieve victory in iraq, i challenge you to be true to your 14:11:25.5 convictions and bring a binding resolution to the floor to cut off funds for our troops because that's really what this is all about. madam speaker, i oppose this resolution and urge my colleagues to vote no and send a message worth hearing to 14:11:40.7 america, her soldiers and our enemies. and with that i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from texas is recognized. mr. carter: madam speaker, at this time i'd like to yield five minutes to the gentleman from 14:11:56.6 florida, mr. putnam. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from florida is recognized for five minutes. mr. putnam: thank you, madam speaker. i thank the gentleman for yielding. while this resolution may be nonbinding, we will all be bound by its consequences. the immediate and long-lasting 14:12:13.9 consequences, those here and in the combat zone. democrats continue to put forward an inherently contradictory message with dire consequences. on one hand offering rhetorical support for the troops, and on the other advancing a slow bleed 14:12:32.1 strategy that methodically construed those troops to succeed. from the testimonyals we heard, it is clear our troops believe their mission is winnable. and the message they are routinely delivering to us could 14:12:44.8 not be more clear. they want the chance to get the job done. ladies and gentlemen, our troops are not speaking off of a slickly produced focus group tested set of talking points. they're vocalizing the 14:13:01.3 overwhelming sentiments that exist on the frontlines. we do a disservice to those troops -- we do a disservice to the very troops we claim to support when we advance a slow-bleed strategy that cuts 14:13:17.5 off their lifeline of support. we don't support them when we choke off the funding they need to succeed. we don't support them when we erect political roadblocks designed to deny them the equipment they need to carry out their mission. we don't support them when we tie their hands behind their 14:13:34.5 backs. and we don't support our troops when we attach strings to the funding needed to ensure that when they need help it is on the way. yesterday, the chairman of the defense appropriations subcommittee unveiled this dangerous slow-bleed doctrine on 14:13:51.0 a website movecongress.org that is directly affiliated with some of the most extreme elements of the anti-war left. 14:13:59.3 this is a political machine designed to elect and defeat politicians by using our troops as pawns. and now they seek to deprive those same troops of the resources they need to succeed in their mission. according to news reports, these 14:14:14.9 groups are prepared to spend $8.5 million on a national ad campaign to target lawmakers who did not adhere to their extremist, defeatist views. this resolution is not an earnest expression of 14:14:32.6 congressional sentiment. it's phase one of the far left's plan to elect more of their own. and all of this is for what? to send a message or settle a score with our commander in 14:14:47.9 chief, to raise campaign cash? it turns out our worse fears are true, that this resolution is in fact a first dangerous step to cutting off the funds our troops so desperately need. 14:15:02.6 . the remarks of the speaker with major national reporters, lending support to the slow bleed doctrine. next week, senior house leaders will convene to map out their 14:15:18.9 strategy for maximizing their ability to defund the troops while minimizing the political fallout. before you cast your vote today, you should see this resolution for what it is. phase one of a political campaign to strip our troops of 14:15:36.3 the funds they need. right now in some cave in iraq or afghanistan, information is being located on a hard drive that talks about a plan for a new attack in america. right now somewhere in the 14:15:52.6 middle east teenage boys are being groomed to be human bombs, to further the aims of these islamic extremists. right now money is being transferred across a global finance network to fund the attacks here on our soil or on 14:16:11.6 other allies' soil who believe in the types of freedom and open society we enjoy. in madrid, in london, in hamburg, in new york, in washington regardless of how many republicans cross the aisle and vote with the 14:16:24.4 democrats or how many democrats cross the aisle and vote with the republicans, tomorrow morning the terrorists will still wake up with hate on their hearts plotting the next scheme to bring down our economy. 14:16:38.3 to bring down our system of government. to bring down the lives of innocent. as recently as last august, as if we didn't learn from the events of 9/11, as recently as last august there was still an attempt to blow up 10 more airliners using baby food as 14:16:58.6 the means for bringing on the explosive device. resolutions like this do nothing to stop that type of hate. they only send the wrong signals to the men and women on 14:17:13.1 the frontlines for all of us. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from texas is recognized. mr. carter: at this time i would like to recognize the gentleman from missouri, mr. blunt, the minority whip. 14:17:31.3 for five minutes. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from missouri is recognized for five minutes. mr. blunt: i thank the gentleman for the time. madam speaker, i rise again today asdy at the beginning of this debate to urge a no vote on this nonbinding resolution. we spent the week discussing 14:17:46.7 the situation in iraq and trying to find out what the resolution may really mean. as i said at the start of this debate, it's hard to imagine a less qualified group prepared to determine tactics on the ground than 535 members of 14:18:03.1 congress or 535 members of anything else. how many troops to deloy, where to deploy -- deploy, where to deploy them, which car to stop, where does it end? there is a disagreement on how we should fight this war on islamic totalitarianism, but 14:18:19.5 this fight is the challenge of our generation. mr. speaker, many of my friends on the other side of the aisle supported this mission at the beginning, now they are ready to give up in the middle of the fight. those who join me in opposing this nonbinding resolution have been saying all week, while 14:18:36.4 this resolution will have no impact because it's nonbinding, it's still the first step toward cutting funding for our troops. yesterday we were told that this is the first step toward pulling the rug out from under our troops in the field. this week, one of the veterans, 14:18:52.8 one of the veterans on our side of the aisle, was accused of being dishonest in her 14:19:00.5 representation when she said that this resolution will vote -- we'll vote on today did not support those who are deploying, but the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. murtha, said just yesterday during the 14:19:14.1 unveiling of his strategy to pull the rug out from under our troops, quote, this, they won't be able to continue, they won't be able to do the deployment, they won't have the equipment, they don't have the training, and they won't be able to do the work, end quote. 14:19:31.1 but he also said, another quote, i think first of all we have to be careful that people don't think this is the vote. the real vote will come on the legislation we are putting together. this nonbinding legislation is just an opinion. 14:19:47.7 end his quote. i would say this resolution says just enough not to say anything at all. we have already heard the democrats calling the debate this week the bark before the bite. their so-called slow bleed approach is the bite that will 14:20:03.8 surely hurt those fighting under america's flag overseas. this nonbinding resolution is the first step in an all too binding spiral toward defeat in a fight that we cannot afford to lose. 14:20:20.1 i am not pleased to vote no today, but i will vote no knowing that the no vote is the right vote. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from california is recognized. mr. lantos: madam speaker, as we come to the end of this 14:20:38.8 debate, i want to commend every participant on both sides for conveying powerfully and eloquently their deeply held views. 14:20:51.5 i started this debate in the firm belief that escalation is a flawed idea. after listening carefully for the past four days to all of my colleagues, i am more convinced 14:21:08.6 than ever that escalation is a flawed idea. escalation is not only the wrong policy for the united states, it is also the wrong policy for iraq. 14:21:27.4 if iraq is to succeed as a stable and prosperous state, it must learn to take responsibility. it must learn to take difficult die significances. 14:21:44.2 it must amend its constitution in the interest of iraqi reconciliation. it must devise an equitable law for sharing its oil and gas revenues. and it must take primary responsibility for its own 14:22:01.3 security. unless we de-escalate, iraq will never step up to the plate . but that is not the only reason we must de-escalate. unless we do so, our great 14:22:19.4 nation will be unable to fulfill its many far-flung global responsibilities. unless we dee escalate, we -- de-escalate, we will simply 14:22:33.6 lack the resources for crittaltasks here at home and overseas -- critical tasks here at home and overseas. all of us, madam speaker, are passionately committed to supporting and defending our troops. in the coming weeks my fellow 14:22:51.5 democrats and i will bring forth specific proposals to enhance this nation's support and defense of our brave troops. madam speaker, the american 14:23:06.3 people are not well served by this surge and by our present course in iraq. this omelette cannot be unscrambled. there have been far too many 14:23:20.8 mistakes made to undo the damage. for the sake of iraq, for the sake of our own national interest, and for the sake of our incomparable troops, deescalation -- de-escalation 14:23:40.0 must begin and it must begin now. i strongly support our resolution. urge all of my colleagues to do so and i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the 14:23:56.5 gentleman from california is 14:23:58.0 recognized. or -- the gentleman from texas is recognized. mr. carter: thank you, madam speaker. at this time i'd like to yield four minutes to the gentleman from kentucky, mr. rogers. the speaker pro tempore: the 14:24:13.6 gentleman from kentucky is recognized for four minutes. mr. rogers: madam speaker, i rise today to support our troops and our nation. it's really that simple. we in congress have an obligation and duty to debate the many different issues facing the country. our words and our actions 14:24:31.4 traditionally make their way to our constituents' living rooms and the national news, but now with communications being what they are, to our troops in the field through the internet. our words are the guiding principles by which the voters 14:24:46.0 ultimately make their decision on who they want representing them here. and this week obviously is no exception. our words will carry on for many months to come. our constituents are listening as there is no issue more sobering or more somber than 14:25:00.7 this one. over the last four days, though , i have been struck not so much by the rhetoric on display here by the effects this debate will have on the morale of our troops. our words have carried much further than those living rooms 14:25:16.2 this past week. this debate will inevitably make its way to our troops there in iraq, standing watch in some remote outpost, training iraqi security forces -- the speaker pro tempore: the house is not in order. 14:25:30.9 the chair wants to remind all the members that any member that's speaking deserves the full attention of the house. so let's give the member that. the gentleman may resume. mr. rogers: this debate will inevitably make its way to the parents of our troops, their spouse, their children. 14:25:47.9 these children will remember parts of this debate and will grow up learning just how much their country supported their parents during these trying times. the talk also goes to the enemy who is watching and listening to us in the caves, on the 14:26:06.7 battlefield, the terrorist cells, wherever they may be. they are monitoring what we are saying to learn of our resolve so even if it's just talk, we ought to be very careful what we say. the world is watching and 14:26:19.6 listening. since we have the power to fund our military, i want to talk wreefly, -- briefly, we have one commander in chief, the president's premise for going to war in both afghanistan and iraq has always been to go on the offensive. it's hard to prove a negative, but it's obvious that we have 14:26:35.3 not had one terrorist attack in the u.s. since 9/11. that's not all because of our decision to go to war in iraq, but it's one of the reasons. everybody ought to know by now the basic mindset of the terrorist jihadist. 14:26:50.7 they are attracted to volatile parts of the middle east where broken regimes make it ok to practice hatred and violence. they are looking for safe sanctuary that provides secrecy, communications capabilities, and a basic infrastructure with which to concoct their next scheme. 14:27:08.1 they plan and plot and wait to pounce in various hot spots around the world just as they have done in kenya, tanzania, and the u.s.s. cole, madrid, london. it's a low grade world war. if we finish this job iraq might be a place where people 14:27:25.7 are more concerned with getting to work and raising a family than one where terrorists can plan attacks and sectarian violence is rampant. it won't be perfect. let's be honest about what's called sectarian violence. where did that come from? 14:27:40.7 a lot of it from terrorist organizations and al qaeda foremost. it's provoked and producted along because our enemies know it will test our resolve. listen to the tapes of osama bin laden and al-zawahari, they talk about it all the time. 14:27:57.9 what they want for the -- for themselves is for the u.s. to give up. they call us a paper tiger. a country that gives up when support wanes or when the going gets difficult. in their view after we give up, they will claim victory and 14:28:15.3 turn iraq into a terrorist factory of training camps, weapons making, and surveillance operations. all designed for the express purpose of waging the next attack in the u.s. or otherwise advancing this low-grade world war. 14:28:30.5 the president knows this and we need to end this war. he has taken the input of others and readjusted our strategy. as we speak, his readjusting our tactics. the iraqis must take charge of their own security. our military is pressing for 14:28:47.4 action. action from our own troops to quell the violence and action to get the iraqi security forces trained, equipped, and ready to act. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. 14:28:57.3 mr. rogers: i hope to bring the kentucky troops home but not until the work is done. oppose the resolution. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from california is recognized. mr. lantos: madam speaker, this is a bipartisan resolution and 14:29:16.2 i'm pleased to call on my friend and colleague from north carolina, mr. walter jones. the speaker pro tempore: how much time? mr. lantos: five minutes. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from north carolina is recognized for five minutes. mr. jones: madam speaker, thank 14:29:30.0 you very much. i am grateful to chairman skelton, chairman lantos for giving me the opportunity and the privilege to be part of this resolution. first of all to thank our men and women in uniform for their service, and secondly to 14:29:47.0 question whether the sending of 20,000-plus troops to be policemen in baghdad is the right thing or the wrong thing to do. i think this has been a great debate no matter which side of the aisle you have been on or which position you have had. 14:30:01.4 but, madam speaker, i want to again as i did two days ago, i know we cannot live in the past , but i will tell you my heart has ached ever since i went to a marine's funeral in april of 2003, michael bits died a sergeant, a sergeant who left a 14:30:22.8 wife and three children, twin that is were born two weeks after he was deployed, he never saw them, and at the funeral the wife read the last letter word for word. she cried and i cried, too, by 14:30:37.2 god. . then i started questioning, was the intelligence given to the congress and the american people, was it verified, was it true? 14:30:52.0 then i started speaking out and asking for those who were on the inside. and that's what i want to read to you today very quickly. general gregory newbold, marine general, and as far as i'm concerned, he is a hero because 14:31:10.8 he gave up a third star because he could not sit there and see the manipulation of the intelligence to send our troops to iraq. and i quote very quickly from an article that he wrote for "time" 14:31:26.6 magazine, april 9, 2006. two senior military officers are known to have challenged defense secretary rumsfeld on the planning of the iraq war. army general eric shinseki publicly found himself 14:31:45.0 marginalized. gregory newbold, the top officer, voiced his opposition and then retired in part out of opposition to the war. and i further read from his writing for "time" magazine. from 2000 to 2002, i was a 14:32:02.9 marine corps lieutenant general and director of operations for the joint chief of staffs after 9/11 i was a witness and therefore a party to the actions that led us to the invasion of iraq, an unnecessary war, an 14:32:20.9 unnecessary war. inside the military family, i made no secret of my view that the zealots' rationale for war made no sense, and i think i was outspoken enough to make those 14:32:31.7 senior to me uncomfortable. but i know regret that i did not more openly challenge those who were determined to invade a country whose actions were priffial to the real threat, al qaeda -- peripheral to the real threat, al qaeda. 14:32:48.0 i retired because of my opposition to those who had used 9/11's tragedy to hijack our security policy. he further stated, to be sure the bush administration and 14:33:03.3 senior military officials are not alone in their culpablity, members of congress from both parties defaulted in fulfilling their constitutional responsibility for oversight. these are not my words. they are the words of two star 14:33:23.1 marine general gregory newbold who gave up the third star because he could not say, stay and see what's happening to our military and to our country. madam speaker, i am proud to be part of this resolution. debate has never hurt anyone. 14:33:38.1 in fact, at the armed services meeting two weeks ago a question was asked either by my side or your side, will this demoralize the troops? and general pace and secretary of defense gates said, no, it 14:33:57.3 will not. they're smart, they understand. this is what freedom is all about is debate, disagreement and discussion. madam speaker, our troops have done a magnificent job, and they 14:34:11.1 cannot afford to continue to be policemen in a civil war. it does not -- it's not fair and it makes no sense at all. 70% of the american people are opposed to this surge. and madam speaker, i want to 14:34:27.5 read, retired general lieutenant jay gardner, the first u.s. official in charge of postwar baghdad -- the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. mr. lantos: i give an additional 30 seconds to my friend. 14:34:44.0 mr. jones: he said, we should not be surprised, you will never find in my lifetime that all the iraqis mr. be around. they are too divided in their 14:35:00.0 loyalties. let's pass this resolution, and god bless our men and women in uniform. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. who seeks the floor? the gentleman from texas is 14:35:14.2 recognized. mr. carter: madam speaker, at this time i would like to yield one minute to the gentleman from ohio, mr. boehner, the minority leader. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from ohio is recognized for one minute. mr. boehner: i want to thank my colleague from texas for 14:35:30.6 yielding, and thank him and all of you for once again having the opportunity to come and speak on the floor on this resolution. the resolution before us is nonbinding. but it is the first step in a very treacherous path, a path 14:35:46.5 that if followed will endanger americans for generations to come. iraq is the central front in a global war between the united states of america and radical islamic terrorists, a war that began long before the horrific 14:36:03.1 events of 9/11, a war the american people did not seek and did not start. it's mind-boggling to consider how fanatically committed our enemies are to destroying america, even at the cost of 14:36:18.6 destroying themselves in the process. our enemies recruit young people, fill them with hate and rage, send them on suicide missions to kill innocent victims. we face an enemy that loves death more than it loves life. 14:36:36.6 as americans we cherish freedom and democracy. ours is a way of life. theirs is a way of death, of murder, of suicide. the global reach of radical islam stretches from north 14:36:52.8 africa through the middle east, to south asia, to indonesia and to the philippines. the other side wants americans to believe that the war in iraq is different from the war on terror. they even say that we're not fighting al qaeda in iraq, 14:37:10.4 ignoring the fact that al qaeda has made it the central front on their war against america. according to the experts and according to their own words, radical islamic terrorists will never stop fighting until much of the world is under islamic 14:37:26.1 law. in 2004, osama bin laden said the following about the conflict in iraq. and i quote, the whole world is watching this war and the two adversaries. the islamic nation and the united states and its allies on 14:37:40.8 the other side. it's either victory and glory or misery and humiliation, end quote. and our enemies are watching this debate, and through the arab media we know what they're saying. recently the second in command of al qaeda issued a warning to 14:37:59.8 moderate muslims in iraq and afghanistan who are working and dying to build peace and security. and he said this, these traitors in iraq and afghanistan must face their inevitable fate and 14:38:15.4 face up to the facts. america is about to depart and abandon them, just like they abandoned their friends in vietnam. the consequences of failure in iraq would be catastrophic for america and the world. 14:38:31.8 last month general petraeus spoke at a very real possibility of iraq's neighbors taking sides in sectarian violence. failing in iraq would jeopardize israel and greatly benefit iran, a nation governed by a fanatic 14:38:47.6 and actively building nuclear weapons. the battle we fight in iraq is 14:38:54.1 the biggest part of our global war. and if we leave the fight will in fact follow us home. and what we'll leave behind is chaos, the same kind of chaos we left behind in vietnam, the same kind of chaos we left behind in lebanon, and the same kind of 14:39:10.2 chaos that we left behind in somalia. who doesn't believe that we won't see chaos in iraq? destabilizing the middle east and jeopardizing the very security of the american people. 14:39:26.1 as americans, we're fortunate in so many ways. we have so many blessings, including a great and proud history to inspire us. earlier this week i talked about president lincoln and the challenges he faced during some of america's darkest days. 14:39:43.7 during the revolution, america faced down what was then the most powerful empire in the world with a rag tag army. we survived the civil war that would permanently divided any 14:39:59.4 other nation. after a crippling depression in the 1930's, we defeated japanese imperialialism and hitler in germany. we then defeated the soviet union and their communist empire 14:40:14.3 in a test of wills that lasted for a generation. the greatness in america is exemplified in a simple short letter about duty and sacrifice. the letter was written by marine 14:40:30.2 staff sergeant daniel clay, the husband of my former staffer, lisa clay. sergeant clay was one of 10 marines who were killed in fallujah a little over a year 14:40:44.9 ago and he left behind this letter to his family in case he did not come home. in it he said, what we have done in iraq is worth any sacrifice. why? 14:41:03.4 because it was our duty. he says, that sounds simple, but all of us have a duty. duty is defined as a god-given task. and without duty, life is worthless. 14:41:23.8 our troops are not the only americans who have a god-given task. if a noncommissioned officer can understand his duty, then certainly members of congress can understand theirs. 14:41:38.6 congress has a duty to protect the american people now so that the next generation can enjoy prosperity and freedom. congress also has a duty to the men and women in uniform when we send them into harm's way, a duty to provide them with the 14:41:55.4 full support and resources they need to accomplish their mission and return home safely. my friends on the other side have described this nonbinding resolution as their first step. it is their first step. it's the first step in a plan to 14:42:11.6 cut off funding and reinforcements for american troops in harm's way. the next step is to micromanage the war through the budget process. to quote the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. murtha, who said yesterday, they won't be able to continue, they won't be 14:42:28.0 able to do the deployment, they won't have the equipment, they don't have the training and they won't be able to do the work. mr. speaker, at this very moment, american troops are fighting radical islamic terrorists thousands of miles 14:42:44.3 away. and it's unthinkable that the united states congress would move to discredit their mission, cut off their reinforcements and deny them the resources they need to succeed and return home safely. the american people will not 14:42:59.6 support a strategy that involves pulling the rug out from under american troops in the combat zone by cutting off their reinforcements and forcing them to face an enemy without our full support. this resolution is nonbinding. but it's the first step toward a 14:43:18.0 tragic unthinkable goal. four years ago this body agreed that fighting this war was a worthy cause. there have been setbacks and members on both sides of the aisle are rightly dissatisfied with the results. 14:43:34.1 but this is war. we face a sophisticated, determined enemy who wants to annihilate our way of life. we have a duty to stand and fight against those who seek to destroy america and the freedom that defines us. 14:43:49.6 our troops are committed to fighting and winning this global 14:43:53.5 war. we owe them our unfailing support. i urge my colleagues to stand with the marines, the soldiers, the sailors and the airmen, and vote down this resolution. i urge my colleagues to think about our duty, our duty to 14:44:11.6 support our troops, our duty to protect the american people, and our duty to leave for our kids and their kids a safe, free and secure america. 14:44:25.2 our soldiers are dying around the world to protect us, upholding their duty. do we have the courage to uphold our duty? vote no on this resolution. the speaker pro tempore: the 14:44:55.6 gentleman from texas is recognized. mr. carter: thank you, madam speaker. at this time it is my honor and privilege to yield seven minutes to an american hero, a hero of the state of texas, a pilot in vietnam, one of the longest serving prisoners of war in the vietnam era, and a 14:45:13.9 personal hero of mine, mr. sam johnson of texas. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas it. mr. johnson: thank you. 14:45:37.6 the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized for seven minutes. mr. johnson: thank you, madam chairman. you know, as he said, i flew 62 combat missions in the korean 14:45:47.3 war and 25 in vietnam before being shot down. had the privilege of serving in the united states air force for 29 years, attending the prestigious national war college, commanding two air base, among other things. 14:46:04.3 i mention these stories because i view the debate on the floor not just as a u.s. congressman elected to serve the good people of the third district in texas, but also through the lens of a long life fighter pilot. 14:46:20.1 student of war, a combat warrior, a leader of men, and a prisoner of war. ironically this week marks the anniversary that i started a new life and my freedom from prison in hanoi. i spent nearly seven years as that prisoner of war, more than 14:46:35.9 half of that time in solitary confinement. i flew out of hanoi on february 12, 1973, with other long held prisoners of war, weighing just 140 pounds. and tomorrow, 34 years ago, hi 14:46:52.9 my homecoming to texas -- i had my homecoming to texas, a truly unspeakable blessing of freedom. while in solitary confinement, my captors kept me in leg stocks like the pilgrims for 72 days. as you can imagine they had to 14:47:07.7 keer carry me out of the stocks because i couldn't walk. the following day they put me in leg irons for 2 1/2 years. that's when you have a tight metal cuff around each ankle with a foot long bar connecting the legs. i still have a little -- very little feeling in my right arm, 14:47:22.8 right hand, and my body has never been the same since my nearly 2,500 days of captivity. but i'll never let my physical would hes -- woes hold me back. instead i try to see the silver lining. 14:47:37.0 i say that because in some way i'm living a dream, a hope that i had for the future. from april 16, 1966 to february 12, 1973 i prayed that i would return home to the loving embrace of my wife, shirley, 14:47:54.3 and my three kids, bob, jenny, and beverly. my fellow p.o.w.'s and i clung to the hope of when not if we returned home. we would spend hours tapping on the adjoining cement walls about what we would do when we 14:48:10.0 got home to america. we pledged to quit griping about the way the government was running the war in vietnam and do something about it. we decided we would run for office and try to make america a better place for all of us. 14:48:26.3 so little did i know back in my rat infested three by eight dark and filthy cell that 34 years after my departure from hell on earth i would spend the anniversary of my release pleading for a house panel to 14:48:41.7 back my measure to support and fully fund our troops in harm's way. and that just days later i would be on the floor of the u.s. house of representatives 14:48:54.1 surrounded by distinguished veterans, urging congress to support our troops to the hilt. we p.o.w.'s were still in vietnam when washington cut the funding for vietnam. i know what it does to morale and mission success. 14:49:10.3 words cannot fully describe the horrendous damage of the anti-american efforts against the war back home to the guys on the ground. our captors would blair nasty recordings over the loud speaker of americans protesting 14:49:26.8 back home, tales of americans spitting on vietnam veterans when they came home, and worse. i don't think we should ever, ever let that happen again. the pain inflicted by your country's indifference is 14:49:45.1 tenfold that inflicted by your ruthless captors. our troops and their families want, need, and deserve the full support of this country and the congress. moms and dads watching the news 14:49:58.9 need to know that the congress will not leave their sons and daughters in harm's way without support. since the president announced his new plan for iraq last month, there has been steady progress. 14:50:13.5 he changed the rules of engagement, removed political protection. there are reports we wounded the number two of al qaeda and killed his deputy. and, yes, al qaeda operates in iraq. it's alleged that top radical jihadist al-sadr has fled iraq 14:50:31.6 maybe to iran. and iraq's closed its borders with iran and syria. the president has changed course, has offered a new plan. we are making progress. we must seize the opportunity 14:50:47.0 to move forward not stifle future success. debating nonbinding resolutions aimed at earning political points only destroys morale, stymies success, and emboldens the enemy. 14:51:02.6 the grim reality is that this house measure is the first step to cutting funding of the troops. just ask john murtha about his slow bleed plan that hamstrings our troops in harm's way. now it's time to stand up for my friends who did not make it 14:51:19.9 home. and those who fought and died in iraq already. so i can keep my promise that when we got home we would quit griping about the war and do something positive about it. we must not allow this congress to leave these troops like the 14:51:36.5 congress left us. today let my body serve as a brutal reminder that we must not repeat the mistakes of the past. instead learn from them. we must not cut funding for our troops. 14:51:52.0 we must stick by them. we must support them. all the way. and to our troops we must remain always faithful. god bless you all. i salute you and this congress. 14:54:21.0 the speaker: the gentleman from 14:54:21.2 missouri is recognized. mr. skelton: does the gentleman from texas yield back the balance of his time? mr. carter: i do. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker: the gentleman from 14:54:36.9 missouri. mr. skelton: madam speaker, it's a privilege to share this body and this floor with the remarkable gentleman from texas 14:54:55.7 . i applaud him for his patriotism, his courage, and commitment to america. mr. skelton: madam speaker, we 14:55:26.7 have had a lot of debate on this resolution. i have listened to critics. i find it quite interesting that the criticism is focused almost exclusively on what this resolution doesn't say rather 14:55:47.1 than what it does. let me review, if i may, the resolution says two simple things. we support the troops completely, wholeheartedly, now and in the future. and we disapprove of the white 14:56:02.9 house's plan to deploy more than 20,000 additional combat troops to iraq. that's what we are voting on today. and nothing said on this floor or in this chamber will change the fact that that's what is 14:56:19.7 before us. i oppose the president's plan because it will embroil our troops even more deeply in a sectarian conflict. some call this conflict a civil war. 14:56:33.2 some call this more complicated than a civil war. either way it's a conflict we cannot resolve and which ultimately cannot be resolved militarily. the president's plan to deploy more troops simply not the 14:56:49.4 answer. it cannot fix the three irretrievable mistakes made in 2003, when the administration insists on debaathfication, dissolving the iraqi army, and shutting down the state-run 14:57:05.5 industries, throwing hundreds 14:57:07.3 of thousands of iraqis out of work and creating untold numbers of insurgents. the president's plan hastily put together is insufficient in a number of ways. it's insufficient in the 14:57:22.4 requirements for progress it places on the iraqi political system. the true certainty of gravity in this whole con-- center of gravity in this whole conflict. it's insufficient to the support it provides to our combat forces both in terms of equipment as well as support 14:57:38.0 forces. and it's insufficient in the amount of training and time it allows for deloiging -- deploying units. as a result of the president's plan u.s. military forces will be less ready to go into, during and after this troop 14:57:54.9 increase and sadly they could be stretched to the point of breaking, to the point of breaking. finally i oppose the white house's plan because it will heighten the already unacceptable level of strategic risk currently facing our 14:58:14.5 nation. strategic risk that exists because our military is over committed in iraq and ill-equipped and ill positioned to respond to emerging crises elsewhere in the world. and this worries me. it worries me deeply. i have been privileged to serve 14:58:33.5 here in congress slightly over 30 years. and over that time 12 significant military contingencies have occurred in which our military have been involved. each of them occurred in an 14:58:48.6 unexpected place and unexpected time. it will happen again. right now we are not prepared as we should be for an unforeseen military threat. that worries me. 14:59:04.6 unfortunately it is a magnificent, wonderful, courageous men and women of our military who will pay the price for that failure. 14:59:21.5 madam speaker, we must send the white house a message that cannot be ignored. and that's what we are here today. i urge that we pass the skelton-lantos-jones resolution 14:59:35.0 . i yield back. the speaker: all time for 14:59:57.7 debate has expired. pursuant to house resolution 157, the concurrent resolution is considered as read and the previous question is ordered. the question is on adoption of the concurrent resolution. so many as are in favor say
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1150 SEN HELP CMTE COVID HRG FS5 82 SENATE HEALTH EDUCATION LABOR AND PENSION COMMITTEE HOLDS A HEARING ON THE FEDERAL RESPONSE TO THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC FULL COMMITTEE HEARING COVID-19: An Update on the Federal Response Witnesses Anthony Fauci, MD Director National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health Robert Redfield, MD Director United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ADM Brett Giroir, MD Assistant Secretary For Health United States Department of Health and Human Services Stephen Hahn, MD Commissioner Of Food And Drugs United States Food and Drug Administration SENATOR SUSAN COLLINS SPEAKING that may be critical in therapeutics for treating people with the coronavirus or the ultimate vaccine are manufactured right here in the United States and not in China or India or somewhere else >> Thank you, senator Collins. You bring up an incredibly important topic and one that I think has been very much highlighted during the pandemic. We have seen situations where the lack of redundancy in our supply chain, the lack of domestic manufacturing has led to shortages here at home. So we have been very active and [11:49:02 AM] believe we're making progress with respect to what we're calling advanced manufacturing. Senator Collins, we have spoken about this many times, and the issue of making sure that we have this redundancy through advanced manufacturing is important and something that has been involved with manufacturing for years. With respect to the medications and ppe, I know that the white house task force has been particularly focused THR FEMA, and now HHS on making sure that we build up our domestic capacity particularly around ppe and so yes, those are in progress. It remains a top priority for the food and drug administration and our role in this would be to help to create whatever regulatory pathway we can so that we can facilitate advanced manufacturing that's domestic. >> Thank you very much. >> [11:50:03 AM] . Thank you senator Collins. Senator Warren. >> Thanks Mr. Chairman. Seems our best chance to end this pandemic but Americans won't take the vaccine if they don't trust the federal officials promoting it. If federal officials stand to gain financially from certain covid vaccines and not from others, then Americans might reasonably worry that the vacc was pushed for personal profit and not because it was best for our health. So I have a question for all O our witnesses, and I think you can answer with just a simple yes or no. Dr. Fauci, do you hold direct financial investments like stocks in any of the cnies that are developing covid-19 vaccines? >> No. >> Thank you. What about you, Dr. Redfield? >> No, senator. >> All right. Dr. ?Kahn? >> No senator Warren. >> And admiral Giroir? [11:51:03 AM] >> No senator. >> Thank you. None of you stands it get richer if any particular drug company gets money from the government. I'm not surprised by federal law prevents you from owning stocks lithat. Public health, not money, guides your work for the American people and that's exactly how it should be. Dr.ed fda is responsibility for depending if a vaccine is safe. If the fda had financial conflicts, your opinion, would that increase or decrease people's confidence in a covid-19 vaccine? >> Senator, I'm not aware of anyone at fda that has a conflict related to vaccines involved in that decision-making process. It would be difficult for me to speculate on that since we have very rigorous standards in place. We have monthly review, particularly of senior officials. We have rar training, and we have a culture at fda which looks at the issue of [11:52:05 AM] self-declared as well as office of government ethics review of all conflicts. Senator, I'd like to say if anyone is aware at fda with a conflict represented to these I would personally want to know because we willddress that right away. >> I very much appreciate this. You're saying that financial conflicts are a real problem in the drug and vaccine development process. But here's the problem we've go Dr. Manseth Slowey, the man that president trump selected as the government's "Vaccine czar" is is a former drug X-- hired him to keep conflicts from the public. Reportedly onlies about $10 million of stocks in glaxosmithkline, a drug company working on a coronavirus vax [11:53:10 AM] vax -- vaccine and may only stocks Lanza group, a company working with modern. Another pharmaceutical company trying take this vaccine. Why does this matter? We "Operation warp speed" the federal vaccine project that Dr. Slowey heads up has invested billions, that's billions, of dollars in the companies that Dr. Slowey holds stock in. So, Dr. Hahn, you and other fda officials involved in the covid-19 vaccine must comply with conflict of interest laws.you've just told me how seriously you take that. So can you explain to me why Dr. Slowey should get to play by a diffent set of res? >> Senator Warren, I can't explain the situation. I don't have any knowledge of what you describe. What I can tell you is that we have established a very bright line between "Operation warp speed" and fda. We do not participate in their decisions. We provide technical assistance [11:54:11 AM] just as we would for any sponsor. >> So with all due respect, Dr. Hahn, you just told me financial conflicts of interest basically undermine the public's trust in a vaccine and Dr. Slowey has conflicts of interest. So to boost the public's confidence, shouldn't he eliminate these conflicts? >> Senator Warren, I am not aware of the conflicts you are describing. So I can't comment -- >> Hypothetically, if these conflicts exist and we'll only know were you a full ex-closure. There's evidence. If these conflicts exist,hould he resign? >> In a hypothetical situation that you're describing, again, I can't prejudgecause I don't know the facts but do take veryusly the issue of conflicts of interest and how that might affect public perception. >> Let me put it this way. [11:55:12 AM] Congress should strengthen the federal ethics laws to root out this kind of corruption. It should pass the rb coronavirus oversight and recovery ethics act, which is a bill I introduced, in order to [11:55:12 AM] Congress should strengthen the federal ethics laws to root out this kind of corruption. It should pass the rb coronavirus oversight and recovery ethics act, which is a bill I introduced, in order to prohibit conflicts of est in the federal covid-19 response. And the first person to be fired should be Dr. Slowey. The American people deserve to know that covid-19 vaccine decisions are based on science and not on personal greed, and congress should pass my bill today. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. >> Thank you, senator Warren. Senator Cassidy? >> Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I was distracted when the senator was giving his answer but may have replied to sen Casey. Senator Casey didn't here admiral Giroir's testimony. Nursing homes, heard how many are deployed to nursing home, in [11:56:14 AM] case he wasn't able to raise that I want to emphasize that. Commenting on previous testimony secondly, Dr. Redfield, I thought you answered senator Baldwin's question very well but I will say my office called osha as regards guidelines for P people who are, you know, from businesses in terms of how to contact themselves, and osha has said they are deferring to CDC. That's not CDC's fault, Mr. Chairman. I recommend we have a hearing with osha to straighten that out. That's a good point. Dr. Giroir, the -- the -- it's my understanding that the administration's granting authority to pharmacists to immunize those between ages 3 and 18, because of the crisis we've had a kind of slowdown, and those children, they're missing their vaccines that they should get. Is there going to about requirement that they put these vaccine records in the states [11:57:15 AM] immunization registry? >> Yes, sir. >> What about federal facilities sump as D.O.D., V.A., Indian health service, et cetera. Likewise entering their data into the states regi? >> I actually don't know about D.O.D. I don't know that specific. I know that for the pharmacists, of course, and anyone in the civilian population, they are required. That was a part of the prep act declaration, and my guidance about that. >> And just a suggestion that D.O.D. Should be required. Obviously many will be separating from the military and it may be a condition of employment by a health care facility that someone be vaccinated. Nice have that documented as a opposed to someone stating they have been. Just to point that out. >> Yes, R. I wasn't commenting whether good or bad. I didn't know the regulation for d.o.d.we'd be happy to look it up a brick it back. >> Not fussing. Kind of pointing it out. Now, Dr. Redfield -- maybe Dr. [11:58:18 AM] Giroir. I understand the vaccine can be given without cost to the patient, but there is a concern by the provider that they would be compensated for all of their costs associated with administering the vaccine. So in the guidance coming out that the American will not have to pay, but is there still going to be compensation for the provider who is administering the immunization? >> So, thank you, senator, and LEM speak generally that, of course, we would assume there are costs for the provider. These are going to be tens or hundreds of millions of vaccines. Ther dare details to be worked out the administration committed to assuring that no patient has out of pocket expenses whether for the vaccine itself or for the administration of that vaccine. >> Got you. Dr. Hahn, the -- vaccine -- may only have 50% efficacy. That's the fda's minimum, as to considering whether a vaccine is [11:59:23 AM] effective. Is that efficacy 50% of the time. Presumably the level of antibody response would be a marker as to whether or not somebody has had a response. So my question is, for those folks who are at higher risk, take the emergency room nurse. The tech or the clerk admitting people to the E.R., will antibodies serologies be required after the vaccine is given, and do we have enough antibody serologies, serologic tests have are sufficiently accurate and available in order to contact this? >> Senator, thanks for the question. For first several trials, when they mature, we will not yet have data that bridges between a clinical O utcome, which is the, of course, primary end point we've required for showing its effectiveness. That is, the preous of covid-19 illness and the development of antibodies. So it is unlikely in that [12:00:24 PM] situation, although again, I can't prejudge the data we'd have a requirement. Again, the data will point in that direction. For subsequent trials if in fact there is bridging damt Ta or from the original trials one can imagine a situation that would occur. But again, don't know that because we haven't seen the data yet, sir. >> Thank you for your brief answers. I yield back. >> Thank you, senator Cassidy. Senator kaine?>> I want to say a word to you senator Alexander, how much I'll Mitt you as chairman of this committee. I learned a lot how to be a good senator from working with and also observing you and I'll miss your fridship andleadership. Also I just want to ackedge what it means to have 200,000 peophin this country who are no longer with us. My wife and I have four friends who have died of coronavirus. We have preexisting conditions now and hopefully antibodies [12:01:25 PM] that might do something. Both have had coronavirus. I agree with the chairman. Opening comment as of March 1, John Hopkins best prepared to deal with this and I believe that. Yet I think the management beginning with our preparation and resources we have as a country, the management of this crisis has been one of the worst failures of domestic governance in the history of this country. And don't believe me. I mean, I'm just a U.S. Senator. But when people who are staffers on the task force are resigning and saying the same thing, I think we've question. For first several trials, when they mature, we will not yet have data that bridges between a clinical O utcome, which is the, of course, primary end point we've required for showing its effectiveness. That is, the preous of covid-19 illness and the development of antibodies. So it is unlikely in that situation, although again, I can't prejudge the data we'd have a requirement. Again, the data will point in that direction. For subsequent trials if in fact there is bridging damt Ta or from the original trials one can imagine a situation that would occur. But again, don't know that because we haven't seen the data yet, sir. >> Thank you for your brief answers. I yield back. >> Thank you, senator Cassidy. Senator kaine?>> I want to say a word to you senator Alexander, how much I'll Mitt you as chairman of this [12:01:01 PM] committee. I learned a lot how to be a good senator from working with and also observing you and I'll miss your fridship andleadership. Also I just want to ackedge what it means to have 200,000 peophin this country who are no longer with us. My wife and I have four friends who have died of coronavirus. We have preexisting conditions now and hopefully antibodies that might do something. Both have had coronavirus. I agree with the chairman. Opening comment as of March 1, John Hopkins best prepared to deal with this and I believe that. Yet I think the management beginning with our preparation and resources we have as a country, the management of this crisis has been one of the worst failures of domestic governance in the history of this country. And don't believe me. I mean, I'm just a U.S. Senator. But when people who are staffers on the task force are resigning and saying the same thing, I think we've got to pay attention [12:02:02 PM] to that. And I'm also mindful of the fact that during this crisis, not for a second has this administration stopped its concerted effort to take health insurance away from millions and millions of people. I can only imagine how much worse this would be in Virginia, 400,000 people didn't have medicaid expansion. Many are hoping to see what it will be like if we take health insurance away from millions of people. We may have the opportunity to see that. One of the reasons I think this visit has been handled soadly is not because of the dedication of wonderful professionals. We have wonderful professionals O are very dedicated, but I think it goes back to communication. I was a mayor and governor, dealt with a lot of crises. Weather crises, hurricanes. Mass shootings at Virginia tech when pie was governor. H1N1 when I was governor, none at the scale of this. But one thing I learned tr dealing with crises is communication. Clear communication to people who are worried is absolutely critical. And that's where we have fallen down on the job with a president [12:03:04 PM] who's preached hydroxychloroquine or bleach or disinfectant. The day the administration laid out guidelines for states on reopening, my governor a doctor, good guidelines I'm going to follow them. The next morning the president tweeted out a tweet liberate Virginia against this tyrannical governor who is following my advice. And we've seen so many other examples of poor communication. Or mixed messages. That's really confused the public. Dr. Fauci, just this week a key communications staffer at the nih had to resign outed as snb a conspiracy laden website trashing you, trashing other public health professionals, tras your advice about mask wearing, suggesting this was just a hoax or an invented crises. My four dead friends would say it was an invented crisis, D Dr. Redfield, I was very, very concerned when the CDC changed its website this week about how the virus is transmitted and would like to [12:04:04 PM] ask the slide be put up. This is going to be very hard to read and so I'll sort of bring it to your attention but the CDC, I believe on the 18th of September put up N guidance based on just the ongoing analysis of this crisis about what we could do to protect ourselves and how the virus is transmitted. But then almost immediately, reversed it. What a T the September 18th N th version that's on that screen was incorrect? >> Thankyou, senator. I think what I tried to comment before, that this was a first draft document. >> I heard that. Yo I don't want to ask that question. What about it was incorrect? >> It's looking at the balance of the component that air-sized transmission plays compared to droplet transmission. >> Me read you to examples. The version posted on the 18th. People infected do not show symptoms canpread the virus to others. Clear, unequivocal. You changed it B back to, some [12:05:06 PM] people without symptoms may be able to spread the virus. Now, is that phrase, people who are infected but do not so symptoms can spread the virus to others. Is that inaccurate? >> Let me just -- set the stage here. The document that it was reverted to was the original clear document. It wasn't the changed document. >> I understand that, but back to my question. Is it inaccurate to say people who are infected but do not show symptoms can spread the virus? >> Absolutely they K. That's accurate. Isn't it? >> Absolutely. >> The document further said there is growing evidence that droplets and airborne parseiccals can remain suspended in the air breathed in others and travel distances beyond six feet, for example, during choir practice, in a fitness it class. Accurate? >> Definitely accurate. >> No inaccuracy. >> Definitely evidence of that. >> But that was removed in the changed document and we want to its originalorm which didn't mention -- [12:06:07 PM] >> I want to highlight. Not that anyone was removed. >> No. It's on the website. Correct? >> The technically cleared document that went through the proper channels is what was put up. I can say that all of these decisions about the air-zed men was made by career staff individuals far below my level as director when they saw this non-scientifically cleared document go up -- >> Well, I'm over my time. I understand, but the point I'm trying to make is, we need to communicate clearly. When you put up a document at the CDC that you have just testified is accurate, and then it's changed to suggest that the risk is more minimal by someone for some reason, it contributes to the massive confusion that is so, so troubling to scientists and so troubling to people, and then that leads to, gosh, is a vaccine going to be safe? >> Yae. I want to stress for the American public and everyone here that tt document that [12:07:07 PM] went up was a draft,not been technically reviewed by CDC. Reverted to the document that was technically reviewed. There is going to be a technically reviewed document on this issue coming on the website, but the one that was posted on Friday was not technically reviewed, and as a consequence, the career scientist at CDC took it down, put up the technically reviewed document until the new technically reviewed document could be posted. >> You testified that the one take wwn was acrate. The point I wanted to make. >> Thank you, senator king. >> Senator muski. >> Thank you, Mr. Chairman, and gentlemen. I want to echo senator Collins comment and her thanks and appreciation. I share that. I know that there is plenty to E argue and quibble about in whether or not communication has been clear or clear. I think we do owe that to the American public. [12:08:09 PM] But I also know that the work that you a those that are a part of your team is hard, hard, arduous work and you have definitely been put to the task so I appreciate the work that you do. I direct my questions to you, Dr. Redfield. First, thank you for CDC's effort to help our state and local public health departments. Recently we had a CDC team deployed to Anchorage to assist us there with an outbreak of D we had seen within our homeless population, and you have been, you were quick when asked, and we greatly appreciate that assistance. I want to speak about, I want to ask you about the interim guidance, interim guidelines that states are considering as their drafting they're plans to be submitted for mid-october. It goes to senator kaine [12:09:11 PM] comments about additional clarity I'm hearing fromy state. Specifically, and in the allocation, first allocation -- >> We're going to drop out at least from now this important hearing. Senate health commit up on capitol hill. Four members of the response team delivering important testimony. Numbne head of the fdaened other scientists promising no vaccine approved even more emergency use here in the united States without independent scientific review. Fda commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn promising he will bend to pressure from no one. That, of course, from the president, repeatedly S a vaccine will be available and available soon. The doctors also making clear that, yes, they have mixups on the CDC websites. Insist not because of political pressure from the white house. Democrats voicing a great deal of skepticism saying repeatedly guidance posted on government websites that seem to minimize, make less serious the threat of coronavirus and actions you should Tay, Democrats press [12:10:11 PM] scientists there. Discuss what we've been hearing with CNN's Elizabeth Cohen, our CNN medical correspondent and Dr. Leanna wen, an emergency room first at George Washington university. Several interesting exchanges here. Elizabeth Cohen, start with you. On the pressing issue for Dr. Hahn, who, of course, has watched the president travel the country at his rallies saying the vaccine is coming very soon, very, very soon. Very soon. Perhaps before the election. He went out of his way to make clear we have an independent process. There's a scientific process. And that essentially sticking his neck out saying, I will not accept pressure from anyone, and in parentheses, that means the president of the United States. >> Right, John. I've spoken to many people who have worked with Dr. Hahn in the past who know him and say they believed him when he says this. They're not really worried about Dr. Hahn. What they're worried about is that the president will big a not worried about Dr. Hahn's integrity but he'll be bigfooted [12:11:13 PM] and the decision made for him or basically instead of him. >> And listening to this play out. What jumps out most significant from the point of somebody watching at home trying to figure which course to take and who to trust? I>> I think that's a key word, John. What stood out to me, so many of the questions were about trust. And this is a position that I could not have imagined that we would be in several months ago. Because the CDC, the fda, these are some of the most revered institutions in the country. They were known for their scientific rigor, for their Independence, and I could not have imagined them ream in the public health community outside of the federal government it would say things like, I don't know if I trust the recommendations coming out of the cdc.do I don't know if maybe we N exteal review of these recommendations, because we just don't trust that there isn't political inteerence. And I have to say, 200,00 deaths later, for us to be cut off at the knees,ecause T top institutions are unable to [12:12:17 PM] deliver on their core duty to the American people to protect everyone's health and welldeeg -well-being is is wab as establishing trust and credibility. I hear the right words but want to see the appropriate >> One of the problems we've had throughout this pandemic is people trying to play doctors on TV. Today there's a senator who actually is is a doctor, who got into a feisty exchange with Dr. Fauci, Rand Paul is an ophthalmology and someone who believes it wasng to shut down. Believes if we let the virus run its course we will all develop herd immunity. Listen tos contentious exchange, mixing or using statistics that don't apply and Dr. Fauci taking very clear issue with the doctor and senator. Live. Listen. >> You've lauded for their policy. Highest death rate in the world. How can we probably jump up and down asands governor Cuomo did a [12:13:20 PM] great job. >> You misconstrued that, senator and done it repeattively in the past. They are looking at guidelines we had put together from it task force of the four or five things are masks, social distancing, outdoors more than indoors, avoiding ds, and washing hands. >> Or they've developed enough community immunity that they're no longer having the pandemic, because they have enough immunity in New York City to actually stop it. >> I challenge that, senator. I >> I'm afraid -- >> Please, sir. I would like to be able to do this because this happens with senator Rand all the time. You are notngistening to what the director of the CDC said. That in New York, it's about 22%. If believe 22% is herd immunity I believe you're alone in that. >> Dr. Wen, you're a former health commissioner for the city of Baltimore. Did anything Dr. Rand Paul or senator Rand Paul sayake sense to you? >> No. It's not correct. [12:14:20 PM] I think it really is important for us to listen to Dr. Fauci for us to speak with science and public health. In this case, I if we want to aim for the so-called herd immunity, through natural infection, we would need at least 60% to 80% of the population whom have protective response against covid-19. For us to reach that level. First of all, we don't know whether immunity last we don't know whether if you get exposed once whether you're protected for months or years. In fact, it looks like it's more T on the order of months. But for us to reach that level, we're talking about hundreds of millions of people in this country who would need to be infected, and that means that we would get at least 2 million people who would have to die to reach that level. And I don't think any of us should be ready to accept that, when there are actually preventive measures Dr. Fauci are and so many have been speaking about. Social distancing, mask wearing, hand washing, avoiding crowds, avoiding indoor, crowded indoor [12:15:20 PM] spaces as much as possible. We can do that and save lives. Let's not use fall statistics to minimize the situation when actually we have a very contagious disease among us. >> It's a critical point you make. Throughout this testimony and you have to,e we have to connect the dots, because these four gentlemen all work for the president of the United States. They all have to try to pushed administration policy knowing the president often pushes back against them. To your point about herd immunity, Dr. Redfield, preliminary study shows 90% of Americans not touched by the virus. Meaning 90% of Americans susceptible to this virus at a time the president says we have turned a corner. Admiral, Dr. Redfieldnd Dr. Fauci all insisting, wear your masks, stay away from crowds. The president traveling the country, large crowds, mocking Joe Biden for routinely wearing a mask. Elizabeth, talked about it at the beginning. Another big question, will Americans have confidence if the government tells them we have approved a vaccine. Whether for widespread U or emergency use authorization, will T American people trust it after we've seen all of this-of-war play out [12:16:23 PM] for months? Elizabeth Warren added a new twist suggesting head of the operation "Warp speed" Dr. Sloweyas a conflict of stinterest. Risen. >> We had established a very bright line between "Operation warp speed" and fda. We do not participate in their decisions. >> Dr. Slowey has conflicts of interest. So to boost the public's confidence, shouldn't he eliminate these conflicts? >> Senator warnen, I am not aware of the conflicts you'r describing. >> If these conflicts exist, ld re resign? >> In a hypothetical siton [12:16:25 PM] clinical trial data and released their findings to the public. Fort each vaccine candidates. Her husband were committed, absolutely toe. Having meetings that will be scheduled will be flexible about those of the vaccine Advisory Committee on dh Thee I mentioned in my remarks they will be transparent. The clinical data in summary that we provide the committee will be transparent and no. And then I would be public, right? What I'm asking for is Will you do it for each the vaccine products? Yes, Center And will the findings be made public before the fda approves or authorizes any vaccine product? It will be a public process. The vote. A discussion andhe recommendations will be public, and we will incorporate those and then make our decision. Alright, so it'll happen before? Yes, man. Okayow to Dr Redfield. My office has heard from clinicians across the country about the importance that they place on CDC recommendations when determining whether they are comfortable giving a vaccine to [12:17:26 PM] their patients. I've talked with a long serving of practicing pediatrician in New Hampshire yesterday. And one of her concerns is how will they know about what dosages to use for Children, for instance, will CD sees Advisory Committee on Immunization practices meet publicly review data. An issue public recommendations again for each covid-19 vaccine before it enters the market, so healthcare providers are confident giving these vaccines to their patients. Very important at the advisory committee in ization practice will conduct their deliberations in public. The only caveat is when there's national security interests, which should not be the case here or if there's a proprietary information on the commercial side, But you should anticipate this would a public discussion, so I'm going to ask. You for the same commitments. I asked Dr Hahn, each product each product and before the approval, it will be made public, but the recommendations to be made public before the approval. The [12:18:29 PM] will make those recommendations after the fda recommends in any way or B L a. Then they will deliberate how the vaccine should be used in the United States, and that will happen in public. Before they are district for before it's recommended to be used for the American public. Thank you, um Dr Fauci. Do you believe that the existing fda and CDC advisory committees should conduct an independent, transparent. Evidence based review of safety and efficacy data for each vaccine product seeking approval or emergency youth authorization. And could those independent meetings help improve public confidence? We've heard commitments about them. I just would love your comments Abou Yes, I agree. Senator with Dr Hahn that that is a process that occurs on they do have an independent look at that. And their advisory to the fda or the fda makes the ultimate decision but what they do. Will be public. And as I have said myself, Not only do you have Ah, [12:19:35 PM] very qualified advisory Committee in Vour pack, but you also have the entire scientific community that is going to be scrutinizing this because it will be made public And for that reason. I have confidence in the process. Well, I thank you. And I thank you, Mr Chair, Senator Murkowski and I have legislation that would ensure that the process is that you've committed two will be followed. And I look forward to working with you on that. Thank you, Mr Chair. Thank you, Sunder house Senator Romney. Thankou, Mr Chairman on thanks to the members of this panel for the work for choose you. Help safeguard as many Americans as possible from this terrible infection. Dr Hahn, You surely speak with pharmaceutical companies and get a sense of what progress we're making on their clinical trials. When you believe that you receive the first application. Is this something that's going to come in the next couple of weeks? E you getting indication? Might be a couple of months. What? What kind of timeline? Are you? Are you anticipating? [12:20:36 PM] Before you'll receive your first application. Center Romney. Thanks for the question. I honestly do not know when we will receive our first application as I mentioned earlier, Of course, that of course not. You wouldn't. You wouldn't know, but but you're speaking with them. You know where they're getting close to the results from the 30,000 Are they just. Getting going. Is on there. Been any, uh, applications that have been sent to the D S and B. S O isn't getting close, Or is it going to be you know, a month or two from that? So, Senator, I cannot speak to confidential commercial information that we had for the publicly available data. The enrollment is going as expected in these clinical trials and in the case of one has exceeded where they expected to be with respect to the 30,000. When they submit an application will be dependent upon one of her in this trial, including our involving prevention of infection. When those events [12:21:38 PM] occur, and pre specified time by the D S and B. That's when the first judgment will be made about maturity that data and I can't prejudge it. I don't know. I know. I know. I know you can't predict. But you're getting an indication it's whether they're receiving those things you're not and have any application's been received by the D S and be at this point. I do not know the answer to that, sir. Well, they wouldn't let you know that whether they received an application. The You mean the sponsor, sir. No, we I do not know the answer to that question, sir. Okay Let's say that tomorrow morning, the applications received. How How long typically is the process inside the fda to go from the time you receive an application until you make a determination that? Yeah, let's go ahead. So typically, that process can take weeks, Sometimes months. It really depends upon the complexity of the data and the data set that we're looking at. [12:22:39 PM] We have not made a commitment to the timeline per se, because we haven't seen the data. We don't know the complexity of the data or the amount of data that will come our way. What I can tell you, sir, is we do feel the urgency of the moment. We do take very much are very seriously our responsibility to protect American lives. We will not delay but we will not cut corners in our process. Okay, Dr. Fauci.nk think everybody is very pleased with the fact that our government has proceeded with manufacturing vaccines, even though we don't know whether they're gonna work or not, And that's what we'll be able to have The American people assume it's possible if the fda were to approve, approve a on application, let's say November 1st. Uh how long would it take for the American people that get vaccinated? Maybe I'll change that to say what proportion of our population if it were approved on November, 1st. What proportio of ou [12:23:39 PM] population would be able to be vaatinated. Let's say by the end of the year, that's a two H nth period. I don't know whether the manufacturing facilities air producing 100 million vaccines right now or five million or 10 million. So is this up and that would really just go to a small subset of the population. Or we could we possibly inoculate the great majority? 122352 FAUCI No. Well, good questions, Senator. The fact is that the production as it is rolling out. And when you hear the numbers, that's the totality of all of the companies, so that in November, you'll probably be, you know, maybe 50 million doses available. By December, maybe another 100, plus a million and then when you get into January, February by the time you get to April, there'll be a total of about 700 million. So. If you're talking about who's gonna get vaccinated in December or November, it is not going to be a large proportion of the population. It will be according to what we were discussing before. Namely those [12:24:44 PM] who are who are, according to the advisory committee on immunization practices getting the priority likely will be healthcare providers and likely will be those who are vulnerable with underlying conditions. I can't say that for certain. but if anything, is the past this prologue that likely will be the case. But we're not gonna have all of the doses available, For example, by the end of December, they will be rolling in. As the months go by, and by the time you get to maybe the third or fourth month of the 2021, then you'll have doses for everyone. Thank you, Senator Romney. Thank you, Senator Smith. I'm a ranking member. Murray and chair Alexander If you're back for your final hearing, I understand it's really incredible. Dr Redman. I wanted Teo. Dr Redfield. Pardon me. I wanted to follow up on something You said you said you said that you thought that the [12:25:45 PM] vaccine we have a vaccine. That it would be distributed broadly by the second quarter of the third quarter of next year. And you also said that you thought that masks were the most affected. I'm a tool that we had to stand in the spread of the virus. So you think that you still think that's true, right? That's you Stand by that. Thank you, senator for the opportunity when it comes to the question about Mass first I want to say I have total confidence in importance of vaccines. And ultimately, it's going to be vaccines. They're going to get us back to the way of life as we get affected vaccine. What I was trying to comment. A Senator Kane looted, too. If the vaccine on ly induces an immune response and half the people. In its exceptional that half the people may not get protection from the vaccine. And what really I was trying to say Maybe was just to re [12:26:47 PM] emphasize how important this mask is. We have this right now, and it will protect the American public. The second question you ask, was the doctor Fauci was very clear and using the term doses. And we should have if projected about 700 million doses by April late March, and that should be enough to vaccinate 350 million people because you require two doses. When I was alluding to late second quarter early third quarter, I was alluding to how long I felt it would take to get those 700 million doses into the American public and complete the vaccine process. And you know, I could defer to Dr Fauci for his opinion, but I think that's going to take us. April May June, you know, possibly July to get the entire American public. Completely vaccinated, but we will have the 700 million doses based on projection by late March, early April. [12:27:47 PM] So I appreciated that and I appreciated that you were pointing out as we have this sort of some way that sort of this political campaign against masks that maths are going to continue to be important contact tracing and testing will continue to be important. Important as we go forward. I appreciate that. What you're saying. Actually my question is Dr Redfield. So did you get any political pushback? Saying what you said. I stand by trying to present the data in the science as I see it. And I will continue to do that. Did you get any political pushback from political folks within the administration, But what you said again. I'm going to just stay with my comment that I will continue. To present science and data as I see it, and it's not gonna be modulated by whether individuals really appreciate what I say or don't appreciate what I say. I think didn't the president say that? He called you to complain to you about what you said. . [12:28:49 PM] Again I'm not gonna comment on my conversations with the president. Well, that's I Thi that this is the This is a thing of worries. I think so many Americans, but let me. Let me ask about something else. Some to thpanelists, said Senator Cassidy Andre are king on a bipartisan bill, which would this is called the Suppress covid-19 Act, which uld invest in testing in contact tracing. That what we need to do to suppress this virus, and it would do this. I empower in states to work together through interstate compacts and to accomplish this and Mr Chair I'd like to enter into the record. The bipartisan fed that Senator Cassidy and I wrote with Dr Daniel Allen. That appeared in the Washington Post for the record if I could without objectio Dr Fauci will welltill need covid-19 diagnoic testing a contact trace and even after we have a vaccine, and even after that vaccine is payable to the public. Thank you, senator. F [12:29:50 PM] that question. The answer is absolutely because a vaccine you know, depending upon the degree of efficacy, and depending as Dr Redfield just mentioned. Depending on the people who ultimately decide they want to get the vaccine. You we're still gonna have vulnerable people in the United States, which would require not only testing contact tracing, but a implementation of the public health measures. That we've been talking about all along. The vaccine availability will go a giant step to controlling the infection, but you're not going to completely eradicate or eliminated, particularly if you have a vaccine. That is even moderately effective 75% If you don't have a vaccine that's 98% effective and everybody takes it. You're still gonna have vulnerable people in the population. And the presence of those Roeber people will require the implementation of public health practices, [12:30:51 PM] including testing, identification, isolation and contact tracing. Continuing to wear masks and practice good, social distancing and the other public health. Some strategies that we that we know where to keep it to say absolutely great. Thank you, Mr Caron. Thank you, Senator Smith, Senator Brawn. Thank you, Mr Chairman. Yesterday We reached a sad milestone were recorded over 20000. Covid related deaths in the U. S. Wt to go back to the beginning. Look at where started and where we are now. It is important fore the American people to deunderstand. And remember what the context Wass. When this outbreak began where we are now. Where and that the president called on the American people to come together by shutting down the country for 45 days to avoid the catastrophic models. Calling for millions of deaths by August, 1st. On March 16th. President Trump issued [12:31:57 PM] elguelines for governors calling for a partial shutdown. 15 days to slow the sprint. By March 29th. It was clear the president again followed the advice of the task force. And called for an additional. 30 days have shut down to sw the spread of covid-19. Dr Fauci ve several questions for you. And yes or no is fine unless you wantabo elaborate further, and in one final question for Dr Hah During those critical days in March. Was a year recommendation and that of the task force. President Trump to issue tui guidelines to shut the country down for 45 days. Yes, I wouldn't use the word shut the country down. It was to be to Teo timplement separationav, avoiding contact all the kinds of things we did in the recommendation of the show. In answer to your question is yes. Thank you. Let's look at the chart over here. This was used by Dr [12:33:02 PM] Burkes at the Tax Force briefing on March 31st. We N all S what Dr Burke's called the giant Blue Mountain predicted over two million deaths. Without mitigat mitigation efforts and the step old foothill that shows a range of 100 to 240,000 deaths. If we took. The drastic actions to put the mitigation into effect, which did require so shutting down in the country. Did you and Dr Burkes explain at a March 31st briefing? An initial projections from the health experts showed that if we did not act. The death tolls by August, 1st could exceed a couple million. Yes, that's what we presented Based on a model, sir. It's a model. Jim. It was the goal of the national mitigation efforng Bring the projected death tolls down from over two million to the range of 101 1,000. Yes, with an [12:34:07 PM] exception because as I I mentioned at a press nference associate id with that, I said thl model would say iwould go down, But I don't think we should be acg pting that. That we could likely do much better. If I could just have 2ndseconds more. I'll explain it. Because if we hadone the kinds O things uniformly and consistently throughout the country of theecommendations of the Gateway phase one face to facehr three. What would have happened is that we would have had less than that. And we know that some states did a good job. Some states didot so good a job. Some states try to do a good job. But people didn't listen. We saw pictures of people congregating at bars with no masks. So even though the models said that that likely would be the number of deaths, I and my colleagues always said we should strive very hard to not reach that number. If we did the public health measus that we were talking about masks, physical [12:35:08 PM] paration. Etcetera. So ouofide of that qualifition, which I think it's admirable to try toe always best. What you think mit be the case. You think the actions of the American people and the actions of President Trump and the task force at least hit where you were hoping. Notwithstanding the qualification that you made what we didanhow and we knowth the data and that's very important because it helps us to look ahead that the kinds of things that will put into effect the mitigation going from the control as well as mitigation. We believe havesa saved a lot of lives. Would you agree thathe task force in the president took the outbreak very seriously, from the beginning. Taking unprecedented action, saving millions American lives as a result. Yes I mean, obviously, I think one [12:36:08 PM] of the first things that we had said and discussed before. Was the shutting off of travel, foram example from China, and then second after that. We did it at a time. For example, when we were getting cases from Europe, which actually seeded the northeastern part of our country, particularly the New York metropolitan area, I think the importance of that is understated. In terms of those early decisions, what impact they did have. As wean see from this chart poster. Quick Google search will reveal that the president and the task force told the American people in March 31st. Millions could die if we did not follow the White House guidelines. If we did everything optimally, then we would be where we are today. If we want to ask the American people to continue to take the virus seriously and keep making sacrifices in their daily lives until we have a vaccine. And do you think the media politicians And scientists like you. Need [12:37:11 PM] to do a better job reminding the American people about the Blue Mountain warning, a million's dead and how their collective actions will continue to save lives. Yes, Senator. In fact, virtually every time I am in the public and given the opportunity to talk about this, I continue to stress the four or five things that if we all did it, and we did it consistently. We would not only prevent the surges that we've seen, but we would also get those surges down as we're seeing in different parts of the country now, where cases is starting to come down. So some of the areas of the country that is doing it well are seeing good control and others or not. I think we need uniformity throughout the country of a consistent adherence to the public health practices that we talk about. Thank you, Senator Braun, Uh, Senator Jones. All right. We'll [12:38:13 PM] fix it. Still, it's okay. Thank you, Mr Chairman and thank you for having this hearing, but also thank you for. Service on this committee. I want to thank all the witnesses for being here today again. We always appreciate your being here. I want to first comment. Something that Senator Kane said, Uh, I think he was referring to Dr Redfield's testimony. About the importance of timeless and effective. Health care, the ability to get healthcare, and Senator Kane noted he wouldn't know what uh 400,000 Virginians would have done. Had they not had the benefit of Medicaid expansion. Can tell you, Senator. Unfortunately I've got almost the same number in Alabama 400,000, who did not have that benefit at all but calls Alabama refused to expand Medicaid and I still can't get folks. Appear to seem to [12:39:15 PM] understand the importance of giving states like Alabama that opportunity with federal incentives again, but that's for another day. Um. I would like I think it's pretty clear, gentlemen, that one of the concerns a lot of people have on both sides. The ologists mixed messages going back and forth, and it's really difficult. Since the very beginning of this. I've tried to tell people in Alabama listen to the health care folks. Don't listen to politicians. Listen to the health care folks. Every week beginning in April, I had a Facebook live with media that we broadcast Doctor Fauci was gracious enough to join me for one of those which are really appreciated. But it's gotten more difficult. You I'm sure you can see. It's got more difficult as we approach the election. Um Dr Hahn, the president at one point, said in a news conference. That the a wanted to limit the use of the convalescent plasma until after the election, and that the. He tweeted that there was a deep state within the fda that's [12:40:16 PM] making it difficult for drug companies to get people in order to test vaccines and his chief of staff. Said that the president wanted to make the fda feel the heat which I'm not sure exactly what that meant. But not the Han is. You said that you have every confidence in the scientist. And staff at Ft. And I appreciate that, and I do, too. By the way. Is there some kind of deep state that you have seen in the fda? That is anyway? Trying to do anything other than. Quickly get a vaccine Get therapeutics to the American public. Senator I will answer your question this way. I have 100% confidence in the outstanding scientists, doctors, nurses, pharmacists and fda who had remarkably stood up during this pandemic. To help expedite getting medal products to the American people have complete confidence in their decisions, and I have complete confidence in the actions that have been taken to date, and that confidence is based on following the science, not any political pressure and that's what we're expecting. With a [12:41:17 PM] vaccine approval. Yes, sir. And I've said that several times today and I appreciate the opportunity to say it again. Our career scientists for any medical products, and particularly vaccines will follow the science and data and our rigorous standards. And it won't be politics that make any part tf that decision, sir. Great doctor. Read Phyllis somewhere question, uh, with you, You said in your testimony. That yound all of you have have in one way or another continued every time we've talked every time you've been here, you've continued to tell the people Ah wear mask, Social distance wash your hands and Dr Redfield you said today. You've added 1/4 be smart about crowds. But yet we see time and time again. And political gatherings and to not be partisan here in public protests, peaceful protests. Folks are doing that. They're they're not doing that. And in fact, some are being encouraged not to wear a mask not to do anything. What's the public to do when you've got public officials and others that are [12:42:19 PM] giving a different message from what you guys are doing? And everybody has been pretty consistent, but wee got clear. Messages coming from from the president and folks on both sides of the aisle, in my opinion that it's okay under the circumstances, you want T ignore those guidelines. We don't know whether those people are washing their Han We know that most of them were not wearing a mas nr, not social distancing, and they're certainly not being smart about crowds. What do we do? How do we get the information to our people? Thank you very much, Senator again. We have to just keep stressing that what I have said before that. We want all Americans, all Americans to embrace wearing a face mask. Uh be smart about social distancing and crowds watch their hands. Bond obviously have confidence in the flu vaccine. If we all wore a mask, and we were smart about social distancing this doctor Fauci alluded to This outbreak would really start to come. Under control. This simple, simple [12:43:20 PM] decision, but unfortunately, it's not something that 75% of us can do, and we're going to get the results we want. This is something that we all have to do to get the results we want and we will continue to stress that you know, I want to add. You know how disappointed I have been personally when people at HHS made comments that they felt that there was a deep state down at CDC. I will tell you. These are dedicated men and women that are nfronting the greatest public health crisis of our time Working 24 7 over 6700 of them involved in the outbreak itself. 1200 deploying. And it's offensive to me when I hear this type of comment, I think in my 21 years, 22 years in the military, you never knew people's political perspective. I will say that is the same about the men and women. Is CDC there dedicated to protect the public off of this nation, And I know that you all appreciate that. I was. Obviously people don't understand. The ability [12:44:22 PM] to suck energy out of people that are working 24 7 when they get on, fairly criticized or unfairly characterized and really, that's the rial harm in all of this. Thank you. Thank you very, very much for that. I completely agree. Thank you, Mr Chairman. Thank you, Senator Jones, Senator Rosen. Hey, Mr Chairman and again. I want to thank everybody on the panel. Just everything you and your teams are doing to save us from this it. Move us forward with therapeutics and vaccines and back are right in their lives. But, you know, my office is heard from a number of a local health departments in recent weeks, DACA challenges that they continue to face. Not only in addressing covid-19 but appearing to combat covid alongside the seasonal flu, which is just about to begin. So as we enter postseason were again faced with Herb NFL [12:45:23 PM] public health crisis, But this time we can avoid catastrophe by adequately adequately supporting her medical officials on the ground with the resources they need. Dr John Novak leads the Washington District Board of Health in northern Nevada recently explained it critical beach address off Lou and covid prevention, saying the flu vaccine this year is very covid related since they're both respiratory on it Diseases. Initial symptoms extremely close patter flu season Pastor Thomas It's extremely important to reduce the number of patients that need the same overtaxed here. So, Dr Fauci, could you just please explain if you will the importance of current planning shots on dh covid responses? Maybe we should be providing things at the same will get a vaccine or something like that. Individuals of the same location, right? How are we going to do that? Yeah. Well, thank you for the question, [12:46:24 PM] Senator. First of all I want to just emphasize with your health officials already have mentioned to you the importance of getting an influenza vaccine. Because what we don't want is to conflated, uh, respiratory infections at the same time as we enter into the full. In the winter. We want to get as many people vaccinated with the flu vaccine as possible the logistics of how you can get them done together. I don't think I can comment on that right now. Perhaps. Ah Dr Redfield can but one of the things I do want to mention because we've seen that. In Australia as well as South Africa and Argentina. Is that if we continue to do what each of us have been saying, regarding the kinds of preventive measures of mask wearing social distancing, avoiding crowds Washing hands, etcetera. If we do that, as we get into the fall and the winter for the purpose of covid 19, it is likely to have a [12:47:26 PM] positive impact on the infection rate. Of influenza because our colleagues in the southern Hemisphere, particularly in Australia, have found because of that. They've had a very, very low mild influenza season. So if we could combine. The vaccination as much as we possibly can. With influenza, together with the public health measures. Hopefully we can have a very, very low level of flu. That would not then complicate what will clearly be a challenge in the winter with covid 19. Thank you andenator I'm sorry. I just have a minute left. I want to ask about some interesting resear. And any of you can take this if you know out it. I've been seeing some informatn come out recently Abt Brady kinda uptight and how, When it's over active, it causes inflammation. That could be part of the reason that covid-19. Boss is this bullet buildup inhe lungs? Anybody [12:48:26 PM] could take us. Have you been talking about that research? Is that really going to be helpful? I know that there are drugs out there that helped reduce this kind of. On my trip. It's inflammation, but attack this kind of response. Maybe someone wants to take that question and. That is a possibility for treatment. Yeah real quickly. There are a number of interventions to block and blunt the overactive inflammatory response, which is relevant. As you get into advanced disease deck. Samantha's own, which I mentioned in my opening comments is a commonly used steroid, which blocks inflammation. There are a variety of other trials that are either ongoing are being prepared. To look at blocking a variety of other inflammatory indicate is such a side of kinds, Aisle six and a variety of others. These are things that are being actively pursue. There's no evidence thus far. Except for the deck. Samantha's own evidence that by blocking [12:49:27 PM] inflammation, you can actually help people with advanced disease and actually decreased mortality. So it's one of those things that are involved in blocking information. Thank you. I appreciate that, and I appreciate everything that you're doing out of floor. Teo speaking to you again, and hopefully will continue to get positive news. Thank you. Thank you. Senator Rosen will go to Senator Murray now for her closing questions. Remarks of center left her returns from voting in time. We'll go to her next and then we'll close the hearing, Senator Murray. Well, Mr Chairman. Thank you. I will submit my additional questions. For the record. I would like to thank all of our witnesses for joining us today, Senator Alexander You announced earlier that this will be the last hearing of the help committee that you chair and I just want to start by saying it's been a pleasure to work with you to leave this committee over the past several years and through many critical challenges for our country. From working to address the opioid crisis, [12:50:29 PM] supporting medical innovation, replacing no child left behind. There's a lot we've gone through. And we've been able to do a lot of that by listening to each other and, most importantly, listening to the people in our states about what they need. So I just want to say I think that I speak for everyone on my side of the aisle. When I say I'm very proud of the work we've been able to do together. With you. On the other side of the diocese, and this may be our last hearing, but just know I appreciate you have done and will continue to dio. I want you to know I'm gonna continue to follow our response to this pandemic very closely. I will continue pressing for answers, including on issues like whether our meat packing plants have accurate information. A R nator Baldwin raised earlier. Given what's happened in my state and others. We need answers on that. I'm also going to continue demanding a full, comprehensive plan get testing where it needs to be and fully prepared to make sure we [12:51:29 PM] develop, manufacture, Distribute. And administer a safe, effective entrusted vaccine. I'm gonna continue to push back against every effort from this president to interfere in our response and put politics over science and public health. I will continue to call out misinformation our lives or conspiracies and work to make sure we are communicating clear science based backs to people in this country. And I am going to urge our Republicans to come back to the table and negotiate in earnest so we can finally passed crying, sweeping relief. Our community's really need. Is by President Trump's careless claims that we're rounding the final Turner that is disease effects virtually nobody. We know the painful reality is that this crisis has tragically killed over 200,000 Americans already. And that is far from over. So our work to [12:52:30 PM] respond to it cannot be over either. Thank you, Mr Chairman. Thank you for the time. Thank you, Senator Murray. And thanks for your kind remarks, and I expressed. Express again today. How much I appreciate your our friendship, Your diligence and. Your leadership, which has been absolutely crucial to the considerable. Results that have come out of this this committee, especially over the last six years. Thank you very much for that. Senator Leffler. Thank you, Mr Chairman and I wantto start by thanking each of you here today. I want to thank you and your work forces for the tremendous work the effort that's been done to combat this virus. Dr Redfield. This question's for you. I wanted to touch on this subject that I feel is been overlooked as we continue to confront the pandemic. That issue is mental health, particularly and younger populations and the front line. Yesterday, I had [12:53:31 PM] the opportunity to be briefed by Dr Deborah Howry. She's the director of the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control and also one of your colleagues at the CDC, and we spoke on the rising mental health issues due to the pandemic and particularly suicidal ideation. We spoke about the importance of comprehensive community level outreach programs to prevent this issue from growing worse, the CDC eyes funding several different programs that are aimed at this goal in the CDC is comprehensive Suicide prevention program. Is currently funding nine grant recipients in different states toe a covid suicide prevention. Funded project in Georgia and my state that's being run through your department of public health. The question for you is, what more can we do on the federal level to shine a light on this issue and make sure that these communities have the resource is they need. To have comprehensive outreach and to ensure that we're not turning a blind eye to the [12:54:32 PM] critical issue of mental health, uh, that so many are facing due to this pandemic. Ank you. Thank you very much, Senator. It's very, very important issue, and I'm glad Dr Hourly had the opportunity to brief you. One of our recent surveys that was surprising that over % of Americans are feeling anxiety and depression is part of the covert experience and we have seen. Sadly, an uptick, particularly in adults and suicide. One of the reasons I was so aggressive in reminding the American public that the public health interest of K through 12 is best served by getting kids back to face fit to face learning. Many people may not realize that over seven million Children get their mental health services in the context of schools. We also unfortunately have seen an increase. In substance abuse, drug use disorder that's been associate id. With his covid [12:55:33 PM] situation, some of which has been driven by the lack of availability of medical appointments when the health industry basically pulled back to help manage people that had chronic pain syndrome. Are recovering from drug use disorder, so it's a very important issue. I think we do have to keep it. We did start this. You've probably seen it on TV. How right now initiative to let people know that it's not. Stigmatizing to say that you're not doing well and that you're you're depressed or your suicidal. These air medical conditions like I've argued about drug use disorder. They're not behavioral issues, thes air medical conditions They need to be treated his medical conditions. Um and, you know, I think it is one of the collateral damages that we saw. As part of the covid Panda. Thank you. I'll yield my time. [12:56:35 PM] Thank you. Senator left. Where will wrap up the hearing? Now? I have just three or four questions about the vaccine, which I'll start with Dr Fauci, but any of the others want to answer it. Pretty simple questions, but it may be important for the American people. One is and I've had people say this to me, Dr Fauci if I take a shot to get the vaccine does that give me covid Absolutely not. That would be impossible. That would be impossible. Yes sir. So a one of the risks of a vaccine shot is not getting covid. That is correct that that risk does not exist. Will the will. The Vaccine. For covid. Will it likely be more like the polio vaccine or the flu back to scene by that? I mean. You take the polio vaccine, you assume you'll never get polio. Uh, if you take the flu vaccine each year It's sort of a guess. [12:57:38 PM] About whether the vaccination really will be effective. And I think it also helps. Speed the cure if you do get sick, but. It may not be more than 50% effective. So is it more like the polio vaccine or the flu vaccine, or do we know that yet? We do not know that yet, Mr Chairman on dh. That's one of the things that we will learn. Polio is a highly highly effective vaccine that gives long lasting protection. What we do not know yet is how effective the covid 19 vaccine will be. Nor do we know the durability of the protection how long it will last we will find out the answer to those questions through the clinical trials and the follow up of the clinical trials. Will the vaccine be free when it's distributed and administered to Americans? We have been assured [12:58:38 PM] that in fact, the American public will not have to pay for the vaccine. We have been told that at the level of the task force. When we're talking about vaccines, are we in the most. Most of the six vaccines were anticipating that you'd have to take two shots about four weeks apart. And then the effeiveness of the vaccine might be two weeks after that. Or is that wrong? It varies from candidate to candidate, for example. The Moderna and the FISA, which are out there now are two shots, a prime and a boost. One is the boost at 28 days. One is a boost that. 21 days, whereas the J and Joohee Johnson is a single shot. Well, I want to thank all four of you for what many of the sender id today, Which is extraordinarily able and dedicated service to our [12:59:39 PM] country. And what I've heard today. Is that we are in an unedecedented sprint towards success in terms of first vaccines. The polio vaccine to more than 10 years. Other vaccines were familiar with took a long time. But what the administration is telling us is that we likely. We'll have a vaccine approved within a year from the time it was first developed. And we know that we will have tens of millions of doses of. Of a total of six vaccins ready for distribution. Once it's approved. We've also heard that we have five treatments that if you get covid. 19 there five medicines for it and that they're more coming likely and the most promising maybe the so called anybody. Cocktails uh, that we're used to effectively with Ebola. We've also heard that. Despite a bumpy start [1:00:44 PM] with the diagnostic test at CDC at the beginning of the year, We've had explosion of quick diagnostic tests and the administration, for example. Has bought up 150 million of the abbot test. Which is. $5.15 minutes more specific results and will begin to distribute those two schools or is beginning to distribute those two schools, colleges and two states and the doctor Collins Shark Tank it N H is producing even Mohr. Dr Han when I asked him who makes the decisions. Dr Hahn, the scientists of thfda or the White House, he said the scientts at fda in terms of safety and efficiency, and all of you have said that you would You would. Take the test are the vaccine when is produced and recommend it to your family's, although Admiral Jaguar said What is wise you should talk to your doctor before you take any kind of. [1:01:45 PM] Same kind of shot, I assume, but they said they were. They had great confidence in the F D. A. We've also heard. Think this is most important. Dr Fauci, as did all of you say, but Fauci has been ah! Involved with these things since 1980 for the Reagan years or even before. Are we cutting corners on safety and efficiency? And he said no. And the risk we're taking is to the taxpayers because of the new way we're doing things we could lose a lot of money. These vaccines are improved, but I think the Congress and the president decided that that was well worth it. Abbot save lives by having a vaccine ready in a year. Rather than 234 years, And finally I asked whether it was a good idea, having been a college president to send home the students who get sick with covid even helped break. Comes out as it is on many college campuses, and Dr Fauci said, [1:02:46 PM] no, that's not the right way to do it. The right way to do it is to manage your campus in such a way that you can isolate six students send them home and they just infected. Grandma Grandpa, everybody else in the community, so it's been a very useful and effective. Hearing it was widely carried on live on television for a couple of hours, so the American people had a chance. To see the administration's top health experts answered tough questions from Democrats and Republicans and give straightforward answers. I thank you for your service, and I thank you for today's hearing. Hearing record will remain open for 10 days, Members may submit additional information for the record within that time of they would like. Thank you for being here Committee will stand adjourned. [end]
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BIDEN REMARKS AT MAYORS CONFERENCE
INT BROLL VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN ADDRESSES THE MAYORS CONFERENCE Thursday, January 17, 2013 TRANSCRIPT: Vice President Joe Biden remarks at the US Conference of Mayors SLUG: 1310 BIDEN MAYORS RS35 80 AR: 16X9 DISC# 401 NYRS: 5102 13:48:10 Biden walk out 13:48:54 Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter introduces Vice President Biden 13:51:31 VICE PRESIDENT JOSEPH BIDEN: (Applause.) Thank you very much. Please. Please be seated. Thank you all very, very much. It's an honor to be back with you. I'd like to begin by acknowledging two Delawareans are here that are very engaged in this subject as well. One I've known for years and years. He's now our new mayor, Dennis Williams. Dennis, I don't know where you are out there, but welcome to the conference, old buddy. I -- it's great to -- great to have you. And Dennis and I go back to the days when we were writing the crime bill, when Dennis was a police officer in the city of Wilmington. And I also -- the chief law enforcement of Delaware is here, who I've known even longer -- we share the same last name -- the attorney general of the state of Delaware, my son Beau. And I -- I do whatever he says, because he has the power to indict. (Laughter.) 13:52:33 And -- but all kidding aside, I'm a little -- I'm proud of my home state, if you -- (inaudible) -- as we used to say in the Senate, a point of personal privilege the progress they're making and the efforts they're making under the leadership of Jack Markell, our governor, on the various subjects you talked about. And I say to Dennis Williams, Mayor Williams -- Dennis, you'll forgive me if occasionally I'm so used to referring to the mayor of Philadelphia as "my mayor" because I spend about half my life in Philadelphia, and now that my granddaughter resides in the city limits, I want to be particularly good. My daughter's also a voter there as well, so I've got to be particularly on good behavior. 13:53:16 Ladies and gentlemen, it's -- it's a pleasure to be back. I look forward to this opportunity every chance I get from the time I was a young fellow new to the United States Senate. It's one of the groups with whom I've had a relationship for a long, long time, and it's always nice to be with a group of people who you agree with on 80 percent of the issues 90 percent of the time, so it's nice to be with you. I know you've come to talk about a broad range of very important, challenging issues that are facing each of your cities and towns: energy, infrastructure, budgets, finances, crime. And I want you to know that we, the president and I -- and the important part of that is the president -- continues to be absolutely committed to do all we can to help the cities deal with the immense problems that get thrust upon them as a consequence of diminished tax bases, as a consequence of housing, the significant portion of the public in their states that are in the most need. 13:54:25 We're committed to having a third phase of the so-called big deal on the budget. We're of the view that just as it took, during the Clinton administration -- it didn't happen in one fell swoop to get our economy in great shape and move toward a balanced budget. It started off -- it was three phases -- started off with President Bush's actions, the first President Bush, in terms of taxation, before President Clinton took office, then the actions the president took in '94 and then in '97. Well, we think there's a third phase here that can set our country on a path that will allow us to get our debt-to-GDP -- our deficit-to-GDP down around 3 percent, which is the basis on which all economists, left, right and center, agree are the areas in which we really can begin to grow as a country. And as my grandfather used to say, with the grace of God and the good will of the neighbors, cooler heads will prevail between now and the time we deal with the debt ceiling, that we may very well be able to meet the goal which we set out to do, which is to have roughly a $4 trillion cut over 10 years in the long-term deficit and to put us on that path. 13:55:54 But I didn't come here to talk about any of those important subjects today, because as important as they all are, today we have a more urgent and immediate call, and that is how to deal within the epidemic of gun violence in America. You all know the statistics better than anyone, so I'm not going to repeat them. On that score, I might add, I owe an incredible debt of gratitude to many of you at the head table as well as those of you in the room. I know -- I know we don't have absolute unanimity in this -- in this ballroom, nor do we in any ballroom. But we all know -- everyone acknowledges we have to -- we have to do something. We have to act. And I hope we all agree there's a need to respond to the carnage on our streets and in our schools. I hope we all agree that mass shootings like the ones that we witnessed in Newtown 34 days ago cannot continue to be tolerated. 13:56:55 That tragedy, in all my years in public life, I think, has affected the public's psyche in a way that I -- I've never seen before. The image of first-graders not only shot but riddled with bullets, parents in the streets panicking, trying to find out if the child they put on the bus in the morning had any prospect of getting back on that bus and going home that afternoon -- for 20 -- for 20 of those parents, the answer was no. And I believe, as I'm sure you do, we have an obligation to respond intelligently and -- to that -- to that crisis. And I know many of you feel the same way. I've had the occasion to talk to a number of you, and I wanted to start by thanking all of you, including Mayor Bloomberg, who is not here today, who I spoke to on the phone before -- (inaudible) -- he called me. Thank you for your input and your insight. Again, we do not all agree on what should be done. But you have obviously, probably more than any group of elected officials, thought about this issue more intently and longer. You've done a great deal of work on this, all of you who deal with the issue every day. I'm not going to ask for a show of hands, but I'll bet if I did, an awful lot of people would put their hands up in this room if I were to say, how many of you mayors have had to attend a funeral of a police officer or an innocent child in a drive-by shooting or a shop-owner in your city? Many of you -- many of you have had to attend -- and some of you many, too many -- such funerals. 13:58:35 Some of you represent communities that experienced mass shootings, not just in schools, but in movie theaters and in temples. And it's not unique to big cities or urban areas, as we now know. It was pure coincidence I happened to be literally -- probably, it turned out, to be a quarter of a mile, back in 2006, at a -- at an outing when I heard gunshots in the woods that we didn't know were -- we thought they were hunters. As I got back to the clubhouse of this outing and saw helicopters, it was a shooting that had just taken place in a small Amish -- oh, excuse me -- a small Amish school just outside of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. So it's not just -- it's not just big cities or well-to-do suburbs; it's -- it can happen anywhere. 13:59:31 But I also know that it's -- that it's not just about mass shootings. As my friend Michael (sp) knows and as my mayor Dennis Williams knows in Wilmington, the murder rates in both of our towns are well beyond -- well beyond -- and some of yours well beyond -- what's remotely tolerable for a civilized circumstance. It isn't just about mass shootings; it's about gun violence of all kinds. Think of it this way: Over the last several years, about 25 people die of gun-related homicide in this country every single day, every day, which is the equivalent of the third-most deadly mass shooting in history happening every 24 hours in this country. As much as we intend on making schools the focus and making them more secure, as Mayor -- I know that Rahm is here, but as Mayor Emanuel of Chicago said, the truth is most schools are safe. It's going to and from schools when young people are in the greatest danger. But we don't see that on the news very much anymore. We hear about mass shootings but not everyday gun violence that's ravaging our cities. 14:00:53 I remember my friend -- and he really was my friend. He was -- I always looked to him, even though I was considerably senior to him in seniority -- Daniel Patrick Moynihan, one of the finest, brightest guys I've ever known. And when we were trying to get through the -- what was then called the Biden crime bill, and it became the Clinton bill that was what you have all taken great advantage of over the years. We're on the floor debating this issue. And Daniel Patrick Moynihan stood up on the floor, and he said -- and only he could -- he told the story of the Valentine's Day massacre in 1929 and how it shocked the world when seven gangsters were gunned down in cold blood. It made the front page, according to Daniel Patrick Moynihan, of every major paper in the nation and many around the world. But then he said -- and looked up, and he said, but in 1992 when a woman saved her 3-month-old baby from execution by hiding that baby under the bed, but she was shot and killed along with her husband and her teenage son, that story -- and he took out The New York Times -- turned up on the second section, buried in the back of The New York Times. It wasn't front-page news. It was barely news at all. And I'll never forget what he said. He said, I call that defining deviancy down. Defining deviancy down. How it wasn't even news. Of course, if that had happened in 1929, it would have been astonishing. 14:02:42 Well, folks, we can no longer continue to define deviancy down. We can't wait any longer to take action. The time has come. As you know, this week I delivered a set of recommendations to President Obama on how we can better protect Americans from gun violence. I've been getting both credit and blame for that, as if these were original ideas of mine. I want to make it clear what every deputy mayor knows: The only power or influence a vice president has is reflected power. None of it matters, no matter what someone tries to give you credit for leadership, if it were not for the leadership of the president of the United States. This is the president of the United States. I am his agent. But this is the president of the United States. And he asked me to go back -- because I guess -- not guess, I know, because of my years of experience in the Judiciary Committee and dealing with these issues -- he asked me to go back and do as quick a survey as I could, as thorough as I could in a short time frame, and present him with a set of recommendations. I had the incredible help of some really first-rate Cabinet members, starting with our attorney general, our secretary of education, our secretary of homeland security, our secretary of health and human services, Kathleen Sebelius. And we met -- we met with a range of 229 groups, representing a wide range of perspectives, from members of the law enforcement community, including many from your cities and states, to gun safety advocates, victims of the shootings both down in Virginia as well as out in Colorado, sportsmen's organizations, hunters, gun owners, the NRA, representatives of the video game and movie industries, educators, retailers and public health officials. And as I said, I spoke to many of you in this room as well, along with the governors and the county executives. 14:04:55 And no group was more consequential or instrumental in the shaping of the document we put together for the president than all of you in this room. Through those conversations with you and other stakeholders, after literally hundreds of hours of work and research done by experts at the Justice Department, the Department of Homeland Security and elsewhere -- after reviewing just about every idea that had been written up only to gather dust on the shelf of some agency in government, a set of principles emerged that there was not universal agreement on but overwhelming consensus on. And they were the foundation of the recommendations. 14:05:44 If -- if you'll permit me about another 10 to 12 minutes, I want to lay out to you what they are from our -- from the perspective of the president and me. The first foundational principle of this -- there is a Second Amendment. The president and I support the Second Amendment. And it comes with the right of law-abiding, responsible citizens to own guns, use it for their protection as well as for recreation. The second foundational principle: Certain people in society should not and legally can be disqualified from being able to own a gun because they are unstable or they are dangerous. They are not the citizens that, in fact, the vast majority of gun owners comprise. 14:06:40 Three: There -- we should make common-sense judgments about keeping dangerous weapons off our streets, clearly within the purview of our government, at the same time recognizing, honoring and being compliant with the Second Amendment. And four: This isn't just about guns; it's about the coursing (ph) of our culture. Yes, that's what I said, the coursing (ph) of our culture, whether it's with video games or movies or behavior. It's about the ability to access mental health services and the safety of our schools. It's a very complex problem, and it requires a complex solution. Based on these principles and the input of a vast array of groups and experts, we put together a comprehensive plan based on a common-sense approach where I believe, from heading up this group, there really is overwhelming consensus. There are disagreements in degree with a consensus on the principles that I've laid out. We asked a number of questions. 14:08:07 And by the way, we recognize how different all our states and cities are, how different the gun culture is, a healthy gun culture in rural America than in urban America, how different the gun culture is in states which are -- my little state of Delaware -- most of you probably won't realize it -- we have one of the highest per capita gun ownerships of hunters in America because of duck hunting, because of all those magnificent tributaries that go from the Delaware Bay to the Chesapeake Bay, the Delaware River and the various rivers that flow into the bay. It's a paradise for hunters. It's a big business as well as a -- as an institutional -- it is cultural. I remember a woman named Ms. Anne Messey (ph) from down in Kenton, Delaware, one of the reasons I got elected as a 29-year-old kid to the Senate, saying, now, Joey -- talked at me like this -- and Dennis (sp) may remember Ms. Anne Messey (ph) -- said, I want to show you something that my daddy gave me. This is a woman who was 78 years old. She walks out in the backyard, says, you know, it is -- it is duck season now right now -- I mean, I -- goose season. She says, you know that, so don't get mad. She walks into her den and takes a shotgun off over the fireplace -- this woman, almost 80 years old -- and walks out, and she said, my daddy told me how to steady aim, and I -- (inaudible) -- boom! (Chuckles.) Now, if you did that in -- you know, in the Upper East Side of -- you know, of Manhattan, we got a problem. (Laughter.) But it's really important, by the way, because some of you who share very strong feelings about gun control -- I think it's important to understand it's part of the ethic of where a lot of us come from. But it's not this culture, the recognition of the differences in the cultural behavior and attitudes, from Arizona to -- to -- to New Jersey, although South Jersey, it's a big deal too, hunting. 14:10:04 But my generic point here is, recognizing those differences doesn't in any way negate the rational prospect of being able to come up with common-sense approaches how to deal with the myriad of problems that relate to gun ownership -- who has that gun. So we asked a number of questions. The first question we asked is, who should be prohibited and who can legally be prohibited from owning a gun? Current law has evolved over time, and we have -- we've considered the question. My senior year in 1968 graduating was an incredible year. The only political (hero ?) I ever had, Bobby Kennedy, was assassinated two days before I walked across the stage on graduation. Dr. King, the guy who got me engaged in politics, as Dennis and others in Delaware will tell you, was assassinated earlier in that year. Even had the assassination attempt at George Wallace. When I look back on '68, it's a wonder things held together, quite frankly. Well, the Congress passed what was then called the Gun Control Act. And among other things, it said that felons, fugitives, drug users, those who had been adjudicated -- and it's not a politically correct phrase now, but it's in the law -- those who'd been adjudicated mentally defective -- is what the law says -- could not lawfully own a gun. And then in 1994, as the world changed and the country changed, along with the thing I'm proudest of having written and passed, the Violence Against women Act, we added a new category of people who were prohibited from purchasing a gun, based on facts, not based on fiction, not based on prejudice, and that is those who had a restraining order issued against them in a domestic violence incident. 14:12:04 That was a fight to get that added. Then two years later we expanded the list again to include anyone convicted of a misdemeanor domestic violent crime because there was some history that that -- are the most likely people to do something that would not be -- go beyond tort. Time and experience has demonstrated that we should continue to take a close look at the list to see if it fits the needs of society at the moment. As part of our recommendations to the president, I suggested that the president direct the attorney general to study that question. Should any other people be added to the prohibitive category? Should we look at a variety of categories? For example, right now certain convicted stalkers can still purchase guns. People with outstanding warrants of capias out of the Philadelphia court, as long as you don't cross the line into Delaware, they can go get a gun. They cross the line into Delaware, then it's a fugitive warrant -- they're outside the jurisdiction. People who have been convicted of misdemeanors for abusing their children are now prohibited -- added to the list. But as all of you know, you deal with it every day, there is parental abuse for elderly parents. Should they be prohibited? I'm not making a judgment, but I am convinced that we have to look at whether or not the prohibitive category should be expanded. 14:13:27 The most delicate area is in the mental health area, which requires a great deal of study, and ironically, this is where you find the pro-gun guys more inclined to prohibit more and the anti-gun guys inclined to say, no, no, no, it's privacy. But it have -- we have to look at it. We have to address it. This is a few of the potential categories the president asked the attorney general to look at. But there's a second issue involved here. And all of you know it. We have a thing called NICS. And that is the NICS system is in place in Washington, D.C. It runs the background checks on people before they can buy guns if they're in that prohibited class. And it's a little bit like -- if you ever bought a gun -- I -- I purchased two -- I have two shotguns, a 20-gauge and a 12-gauge shotgun. I -- you know, you go and you get a background check. And it's a little bit like swiping your credit card, in effect. It takes about that long. But just like when you check out your credit card, if the bank doesn't have on record exactly what you have in that account or not in that account, you got a problem. Well, it's only as good as the information available, that NIC system. And right now, the information being put into that national system is woefully incomplete. States are supposed to make mental health records available for people who can't have guns, for example, but today, there are 17 states that have made fewer than 10 -- 10, T- E-N -- 10 mental health records available on background -- on the background check system -- 10. There are tens of thousands of felons, the estimate is, who have convicted in your cities and your states that information never transmitted to the NIC system. 14:15:20 So we recommended to the president that he redirect, because no one knows for sure whether or not it's an ideological judgment governors are making not sending the material, or is it an economic issue? So we asked the president to redirect $20 million to the states to help them update those records and make them available. He's decided the Justice Department should do just that. But money only goes so far. A lot has to do with leadership. Again, I apologize for being parochial -- I guess I'll always be a Senate guy and a Delaware guy -- but I'm very proud of my home state. Because of the leadership of our governor, Jack Markell, with some help from a kid that I know pretty well, who's the attorney general, Delaware has moved from one of the worst-performing states to one of the best-performing states as a consequence, at least as rated by the Mayors Against Gun Violence -- it's about leadership. It's about making the decision to make this available. I know you folks have a lot of influence in your states. (Chuckles.) Well, that's not quite true. (Laughter.) I have a bad habit of being straightforward, so the truth is you don't have nearly as much influence as you should have on your states, not because of you, but because of the way states work. But all kidding aside, I would ask you to continue to push, push your legislators, push the governors to make these records available. And again, I'm not suggesting there's any nefarious reason why it's not being done, but it's not done. It's not done. 14:17:00 And I'd also ask you to think about whether or not we should consider making the record-sharing mandatory as a matter of law, or do you think the idea I've proposed to the president of incentivizing states to provide the information is enough? We'd like to hear from you on that. And I will say one of the things we've learned is that the federal government hasn't been doing a very good job in the last 10 years either about sharing information available. So on my recommendation, the president issued a directive -- one of the executive orders that everybody got up in arms about, like he was going to rewrite the Constitution or something -- he -- one of the executive orders, he directed every federal agency to make sure that we, the federal government, live up to our end of the bargain to share all relevant information within the lawful possession of the federal government to that system if it contained people who should be disqualified as a matter of law. But once you figure out all those pieces, there's a still another, broader point: that a system that identifies people who should not -- not only can't as a matter of law, but should not -- possess guns only works if it actually prohibits those people from purchasing those guns. 14:18:23 And so that's why we need, and have recommended to the president, universal background checks. Studies show -- (applause) -- studies show that up to 40 percent of the people -- and there's no -- let me be honest with you again, which I'll get to in a minute. But because of the lack of the ability of federal agencies to be able to even keep records, we're not -- we can't say with absolute certainty what I'm about to say is correct. But the consensus is about 40 percent of the people who buy guns today do so outside the NICS system, outside the background check system. Right now if someone purchases a gun from a licensed dealer, he's required to undergo this background check, which takes a matter of minutes. But he can buy that exact same gun from a private seller with no background check at all. That has to change. Think about it. 14:19:23 It's like an airport. Imagine you get to the airport and there are two lines for security. One of them, you have to go through the metal detector, empty your pockets, take off your shoes, and the other one, you can go straight through to the plane. Where are you going to go -- (laughter) -- especially if you're carrying something you're not supposed to? Which line do you think the terrorist picks? Well, the same thing about gun sales. Why would a criminal buy a gun at a store, where he's required to go through a background check, or at a gun show from a licensed dealer, where he's required to go through the background check, when he can buy a gun from the guy the next desk over, who sometimes has a sign above saying "No Background Check Required"? I won't get into the detail of why that's the case, because it's the definition of what constitutes a gun-seller, not only for profit but how frequently you engage in a -- I won't go through all that. So why wouldn't we do everything in our power to stop that? Whose rights being infringed on? The lawful citizen, the guy who has nothing to hide or woman has nothing to hide, he goes through the system, virtually no complaints. And even with an incomplete system, there have been almost 2 million convicted felons, adjudicated mentally incompetent and the rest of the categories I've just mentioned, denied the ability to legally buy a gun. 14:21:01 So it makes no sense to me, especially since when I wrote the original assault weapons ban, there was a 12-day waiting period, then a six-day waiting period. And then the NRA said something that I agreed with. They said, look, we won't object if you can do this quickly. So we invested a lot of time and money and effort in setting up this system. And by the way, I want to sell you my 12-gauge shotgun, which hasn't been used much lately -- (chuckles) -- I want to sell you my shotgun, Mr. Mayor, in my home. It's not a big deal for you and I to say, look, we got to take another 20 minutes to go to Dick's Sporting Goods here and they'll run the check for us. We pay them 10 (dollars) to $12 and the check's done. It is an inconvenience, but it's not an inconvenience relative to the potential hole it may plug in the system. And we can make exceptions. If I want to leave my guns to my son Beau, who knows how to use them better than I -- he's a better shot than I am; that's because he's a major in the Army, I guess, but my son Hunter's better too -- well, we may be able to write exceptions into handing down guns or giving guns to family members that -- your own gun. But there's no reason why we can't significantly broaden this to try to pick up that pool of roughly 40 percent of the people who buy a gun without any background check. The third question we ask is, what kinds of guns should be kept off our streets? Now, some purists in either ends will say, wait a minute, you can take any gun off the street -- not true, in my view, under the Second Amendment -- and others will say, you have no right to take anything off the street, because as Jefferson said, the tree of liberty is water with the blood of patriots, and -- not a lot of context, but you hear it all the time. Well, guess what? No one doubts you're able to tell someone, even if you're a billionaire, you can't go buy an M1 tank with ordnance. You're not -- I'm being deadly earnest, you know. You can't have a flamethrower. You can't -- you go -- so it's been established there are -- there is the ability to have legitimate limitations on the type of weapon that can be purchased. 14:23:13 Toward that end, we looked at two issues, the definition of assault weapon and high-capacity magazines. And the president -- the president believes -- I was going to say president -- (inaudible) -- what he believes -- the president believes that there should be -- and I agree with him -- new and stronger assault weapons ban. And I know, as well as anyone, having written the first assault weapons ban, that the industry will do whatever it can to get around it, and they'll figure out a way. We can define the stock, the scope, we can do a lot of things, but it's -- it can get around. But I also know we have to try or believe we have to try. But what I also know is that assault rifles aren't the only kind of gun that can accommodate high-capacity magazine. Some of you are deer hunters, bear hunters, big game hunters. 14:24:08 I'm not being facetious; I'm being literal. And you know most of the weapons used -- rifles used in that endeavor can take clips that can accommodate 30, 40, 50. You don't, but they can accommodate it. So we recognize that the weapon of choice in your town also is not a rifle. The weapon of choice and the vast majority of people are killed with a handgun. But you can put an awful lot of rounds in a Glock and a lot of other handgun weapons. So we're calling for the prohibition of high-capacity magazines altogether. We can argue whether or not we're right at 10 or 12 or seven or nine or 15, but we know it makes no sense. Like we've learned since Columbine and Aurora and Newtown, police reach the scene in no time. You all have done incredible jobs -- I mean it sincerely, I'm not being solicitous -- local officials have done incredible jobs in reducing the response times of the response by your police officers to crises. But high-capacity magazines leave victims with no chance and all too often leave police outgunned as well. In Aurora, the assailant had a 100-clip magazine. Now, had it not -- had his weapon not jammed, God knows how many more people would have been killed. 14:25:39 I met with -- with Gabby Giffords' husband, a national hero in his own right, Mark, the other day, and he was pointing out to me when Gabby was shot -- you know this better than I do, about Arizona -- when Gabby was shot, but for the fact when the assailant had to put in a new clip and he fumbled putting the new clip in, and a woman reached out and -- jumped out and grabbed him, prevented him from putting a new clip in, the new congressman, who was injured and shot with Gabby, probably would not have been around to tell the story. So in Newtown, some of those children were riddled with as many -- it's hard to even say it -- 11 bullet holes, in a first-grader. High-capacity magazines, in our view, are not worth the risk. And the notion -- (applause) -- high-capacity magazines don't have a practical sporting purpose or hunting purpose. 14:26:53 As one hunter told me, if you got 12 rounds -- you got 12 rounds, it means you've already missed the deer 11 times. (Laughter.) You should pack the sucker in at that point. (Laughter.) You don't deserve to have a gun, period, if you're that bad. (Laughter.) But seriously, think about it. Now, you'll hear -- those of you who will agree with me, say -- be prepared to say, well, look, for sporting, at gun ranges -- it makes sense. Well, I don't know why we can't say that -- that, you know, those weapons should be kept at the range, if that's what they're for. I mean, decide -- not pass a law, but make that judgment independently, without in any way impacting on your sporting enjoyment. 14:27:41 The next question we ask is how do we make our streets and schools safer. With regard to our streets, I believe and the president believes that cops make a difference. I remember when I first wrote the COPS bill, hundred thousand cops (street ?) -- I was told we tried that -- we never tried that before. (Applause.) We never tried that before. And since -- no, no, you -- I should be clapping for you all because it passed, and you made it work. You made community policing work. Crime and violent crime went down because of you, the way you employed those additional police officers. That's why it went down. That's why it happened. And we still think, particularly in these economic difficult times for you all in municipalities, we want to provide state and local governments with the resources they need to keep cops on the street -- (applause) -- even during the hard economic time. (Sustained applause.) 14:28:39 And by the way, some of you smiled at me when -- when -- when Mike (sp) said -- Michael (sp) said, and Joe's going to make sure that these programs go, you know -- go directly to the cities. And I went like that. Well, you know, I tried that with the Recovery Act, and it didn't work, but I tried it with COPS and it worked -- COPS it worked. (Applause.) That's how it should work. But here's the deal: If you don't think you should find yourselves in the position of having to cut funding for law enforcement in order to pay for some other essential service, we think that you'd agree with us that we're going to come back at it again, and we've gone through OMB; we're going to push again for another $4 billion in grants in the COPS program. (Cheers, applause.) 14:29:22 Now -- (sustained cheers, applause) -- it's important, but here's the deal. (Sustained cheers, applause.) Thank you. I don't want anybody confusing that with the argument that every school in America should have armed guards and armed teachers and armed principals and the like. In the original COPS bill as I wrote it, as we wrote it, there was a provision for school resource officers. Now, I admit to you when I wrote it in the first time, I wasn't thinking of mass shootings. But what I was thinking about was the same principle as community policing. The reason why community policing worked is you get your local law enforcement officers acquainted with and accommodated in the neighborhood where they build trust. And so Mrs. Jones (sp) in the corner, who is watching that drug deal go down every night and seeing shootings and having her window blown out a couple times -- she's not going to pick up the phone and cold call City Hall. She's afraid. But if she's gotten a relationship with the local cop, she'll say, Charlie (sp), don't tell -- don't say me, but let me tell you what's happening on my corner. Well, the same thing happened with school resource officers, because what happens is they stand in a school, armed or unarmed, uniformed, and guess what? The kids get to know them, and they think it's cool talking to them, and they get to -- it's like talking to your coach. And what we found out -- kids say things like, John (sp), when I opened my locker this morning, three lockers down, 47, there was a handle of a gun sticking out. And John (sp), I don't -- don't say anything, but there's a drug deal going to go back -- going to go down in the back of the gym today, or, John (sp), there's going to be a rumble and da da da. That's why they work. 14:31:18 Well, here's what we're going to do -- we're going to propose. We think -- we believe school resource officing (sic) will play an important role but that you should have significantly more flexibility in how to us them. That's why we're proposing a new school safety program that funds officers but also gives your communities the flexibility to apply for other support. So a school resource officer is going to cost you X thousands of dollars a year, with the money the federal government's putting up. You can say, now, we'd rather have a school psychologist, or we want a school resource officer who's unarmed. But what we don't want, the president and I -- we don't want rent-a-cops in schools armed. We don't want people in schools who aren't trained like police officers. (Applause.) And we're not even insisting schools use police officers for that if they conclude they need a school psychiatrist versus a school resource officer; you can apply for the funding that would otherwise come from that for that purpose. We also make sure that every school has a reliable emergency response plan. I know I'm preaching to the choir when I say this, you have no idea how many -- literally, school districts of all across the country and in your states have picked the phone and called my office and said, can you tell us what the best plan is if something like this happens? The Department of Education's been inundated. So one of the few things that the federal government historically can do well since we have more resources is figure out what best practices are by going all around the country taking the information we have from you all, deciding what best practices are and saying when -- and then going out and saying, look, Congress has funded the creation of these plans; school districts who want to take advantage of them, here they are, here is what we found worked in rural areas, urban areas, whatever. But we're asking the Congress to fund -- to fund safety implementation programs. 14:33:25 The next question that we asked was, how can we improve access to mental health services so the people get the help they need before it's too late? We looked at the circumstances when people age out of Medicaid. You know it's happening in your cities. And you got these kids (getting ?) mental health services, all of a sudden they age out, and there's nothing there. There's nothing they can do. The social worker or -- social worker like my daughter, who -- she worked for the state, now she works for a -- a -- a -- a -- for a nonprofit -- but all of sudden, Dad, what are we going to do? This kid still needs help. He's aged out. We're calling on Congress to help those who deal with children every day to look for the warning signs that refer kids to treatment. It turns out that three-quarters of all mental illness appears by age 24, but less than half the children with diagnosable mental health problems ever receive any treatment. We need to change that. And I'm proud to say we're already positioned, better than we have in the history of the country, to make great progress in this because of the Affordable Care Act -- (applause) -- it fully kicks in next year -- and -- and because of the leadership of Republican Senator Domenici and Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy on mental health parity. We've got to get this nation to the point -- and that's where we're going to speak to this in a second -- where in fact a mental -- a mental health problem receives the same credibility and coverage with a -- with -- with a physician or psychiatrist as somebody who breaks their arm. And by the way, parenthetically -- (applause) -- parenthetically, as my son, who's an Iraq veteran can tell you -- as attorney general, he's -- he's had to deal with this -- we got a lot of women and men coming home with invisible injuries. 14:35:22 We have over 40,000 visible injuries. Over 19,000 are going to require help the rest of their lives. I spent -- my wife and I spent all last night at Walter Reed, meeting with the -- the only good news is, the number of amputees that are on floor now is down -- spending the whole night with these kids who are double amputees, some triple amputees. But there's another category of people -- we don't know the number, but we know it's significant -- with traumatic brain injury, the invisible disease, the invisible wound, with post-traumatic stress. Beau would be mad at me if I gave an example of a case he has to deal with because I don't know -- but you know, there's a lot of veterans coming home having trouble. Suicide rate is astounding -- almost one a day, almost one a day -- because there's not sufficient mental health capacity in the system. And we're doing everything to go out and hire 78,000 new folks for VA and the like. But the point is we've got to deal with this. And so the question -- the question we asked was how, how to do that, and that's going to take more time, but we have concrete answers we'll make available to you, what we think, how to begin this process. 14:36:45 And the next question, folks, we asked was: How do you prevent gun trafficking, the bane of the existence of seven of the biggest cities in America and a lot of other people? And it starts with the obvious proposition: creating a federal drug -- excuse me -- a federal trafficking statute for guns. We have one for drugs, but there is none for -- there is no federal trafficking statute. (Applause.) As you all pointed out to us, a substantial percentage of the gun crimes committed in your towns are committed with weapons purchased outside your state or your city. In Illinois, for example, 47 percent of the guns recovered at crime scenes were purchased outside the state. In New York, it's 68 percent. The only way to stop this is with a federal trafficking statute. So we recommend to the president that he call on Congress to pass a statute, and he agreed. Some of those guns are bought by straw purchasers, people who pass the required background checks to buy weapons for others. Maybe they give them to a middleman who transport them from Florida to New York or from -- whether it's one state to another, but there isn't an explicit law against straw purchasing. And -- so straw purchasers and others who trafficking guns are often out of the prosecuted patchwork and paperwork, and the only way you pick them up is they make a paperwork violation. And you know as well as I do how many guns are unaccounted for because they were straw purchased. We need strong federal laws that help us attack the entire trafficking network. 14:38:24 And finally -- and I know I've taken a long time, but this is something so many of you have spent a lot of time talking to me about, and I wanted to give it to you straight here -- we asked what can we do better about understanding gun violence. As some of you know, when he crime bill I authored in '94 expired, including the assault weapons ban, in 2004, one of the things we were able to do back then, in '94, was write legislation that allowed us to gather a considerable amount of information. The CDC was able to -- the Center(s) for Disease Control -- was able to conduct research on gun violence so we could figure out some basic things about its causes and its uses. Well, not only did the Congress not renew the assault weapons ban in 2004, it also put significant impediments on federal agencies who were doing basic research, and explicitly prohibited CDC -- the Center(s) for Disease Control is prohibited by federal law from doing any research. And there's a whole -- there's a whole set of amendments that were added called the treeheart (ph) amendments that further constrain the ability to gather data. We need answers to a lot of questions. We need better understanding of the causes. We need longer-term independent studies to determine, for example, not only the impact of guns and how people die and what type of guns and so on and so forth; we need studies -- and this is where the entertainment industry doesn't like me at all -- we need studies on what are the impacts on young minds of witnessing repetitive violent acts either in movies or on television or in video games? (Applause.) 14:40:18 That's not -- that's not an indictment of the industry. It's a recognition we have no extensive modern studies on these things. It's worth pointing out, from my conversations with these industries, they seem intent on doing what they can do to help. They've got a rating system, parental controls and other tools that the vast majority of Americans don't even know -- I don't know if you know. If you have infinity (sic), you can go on, if your grandchild or child watches those early morning cartoons on Saturday that have excessive violence in them -- they're just cartoons, right? You can actually program your television to take out extreme violent, moderate violence, violence. You can do it now. Ninety percent of the parents, I don't think, have any idea of that. So one of the things I said is they should be going on a major advertising campaign to let people know. But quite frankly, we don't have sufficient data. And it seems to me, as an informed society, we need data. So the president signed a directive that allows the CDC to begin gathering that information again. And I think that's a very important step. 14:41:22 So let me conclude by saying, once again, thank you. Thank you for not only all you did to contribute to this -- this report, but thank you for allowing me the opportunity to come and be as explicit and long and hopefully not, but possibly boring in laying out to you the elements of what we believe we have to look at. And let me acknowledge the truth: that too many in this country have been silent too long. We cannot -- (cheers, applause) -- we cannot -- we cannot be silent any longer. Those 20 beautiful childrens (sic) who lost their lives in Newtown are no longer able to speak for themselves. We have to speak for them. Nine hundred people who lost their lives on the city streets of your cities to gun violence since Newtown 33 days ago -- four, now, I guess it is -- are not able to speak for themselves. We got to speak for them. Those more than 9,000 lives lost to gun violence in our cities each year are no longer able to speak for themselves. Somebody's got to speak for them. And there are some who say the most powerful voice in this debate belongs to the gun lobbies and those that demand the stop to these common-sense approaches to save lives. I think they're wrong. This time -- this time will not be like times that have come before. Newtown has shocked the nation. The carnage on our streets is no longer able to be ignored. 14:43:06 We're going to take this fight to the halls of Congress. We're going to take it beyond that. We're going to take it to the American people. We're going to go around the country making our case, and we're going to let the voices -- the voice of the American people be heard. And we will be criticized, because people say if we're spending that much energy, we're not spending enough energy on immigration, we're not spending enough energy on the fiscal problem, we're not spending -- look, folks: Presidents don't get to choose what they do. They deal with what is before them and then what they'd like to long-term. All these things interrelate. I once asked former Mayor Daley of Chicago, I said, back in the -- I guess early '90s, said, Mayor, if there's anything I can do for you, what would you do? He said, get rid of the drug problem; it would save -- it would -- it would transform the economy of my city overnight. 14:44:07 Well, gun violence falls in a similar category. If we speak for those we lost, if we speak for our children and our families, if we have the courage to do what we know is the right thing to do, then -- then we'll have the most powerful voice. And we, you, our citizens will change the nation. I've been in this fight a long time. I have no illusions about the fight that's in front of us. I have no illusions about distortions that will come from all sides. But I know full well the political obstacles that will be thrown up against us are not impenetrable. I have no illusions about how hard it's going to be, but I know this: We have no choice. We will not be able to look our kids and our grandkids in the eye if we don't use every energy, every -- every bit of energy, every fiber in our being to try to keep them safer. We'll not be worthy of the generation that's going to grow up now without those 20 innocent kids and those thousands of people already lost. We'll not be able to stop every act of senseless gun violence or any other kind of violence, we know that, in the future. But that's no excuse to do nothing. That is not an excuse to do nothing. As the president said, if we can save even one life, it's worth it. 14:45:40 I believe together we can save a whole lot more lives than that, and I think we can begin again, not because of guns alone, but I think we can begin an endeavor that stops the coursing (sic) of American culture and society. I think we can begin to turn this around. It's not all because of guns. It's a lot of other things. But maybe what happened in Newtown is a call to action about more than just gun violence, about civility in our society. I thank you all. You all are on the front lines. May God bless you, and may God bless the memory of the victims of Newtown and all those others who've fallen as a consequence of this senseless violence. And thank you for your -- for your time. (Applause.) 14:46:59 Biden exits The U.S. Conference of Mayors holds it's winter meeting in Washington, D.C., where they hear from Vice President Biden at their Opening Plenary Luncheon. He began with brief remarks on the U.S. economy, and the spent the bulk of his speech addressing the President's plan for gun violence prevention, which the President laid out in a speech at the White House on Wednesday. Earlier in the day, the mayors, led by Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, held a press conference to outline their agenda for the meeting. While in Washington, the mayors are holding meetings with Congressional and Administration officials to urge action on a wide variety of issues, including the federal deficit, the economy, guns and school safety.
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION NIGHT 1 CHARLOTTE NC CLEAN P2 POOL 2020/HD
5540 2020 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION CHARLOTTE NC RNC CLEAN POOL 08242020 210000 2020 The Republican National Convention begins tonight with speeches from Reps. Matt Gaetz, Jim Jordan, Steve Scalise, former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, Donald Trump Jr. and Sen. Tim Scott, who will deliver the main speech. (OTR: Trump is also expected to make two surprise appearances. End OTR). The theme is "Land of Promise," which will describe "the promise America holds to its citizens and the promises President Donald J. Trump has kept since his first presidential campaign." (speaker bios on Politcal DL at 10:58 am from Wiersema/Gomez, OTR rundown on Political DL at 2:57 pm from Wiersema). The night kicked off around 8:30pm with a video called "Our America" followed by a prayer. The first major speaker, Gaetz, is around 8:45pm.   We have transcripts of the speeches as prepared for delivery through Scalise, who should speak around 10 pm, per Reiter's Political DL note at 7:34 pm.  Also per Reiter, there will be only 3 live elements during the 2.5 hour programming tonight, despite criticism from Republicans that the Democrats, including Michelle Obama, had too many taped speeches during their convention last week. You can expect notes to this chain on Reps. Matt Gaetz, Jim Jordan, Steve Scalise, former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, Donald Trump Jr. and Sen. Tim Scott. Trump's OTR appearances will be covered by Steakin/Gomez/Smith. The first portion of the RNC kicked off rather quickly after the prayer, with a speech from Charlie Kirk, a young conservative who runs Turning Point USA, followed by a teacher from California who advocated for school choice and the wife of a Marine from Billings, Montana, who owns a small business and defended the possibilities of "the American Dream." As for the main speakers so far, there has been hardly any talk of Trump's coronavirus response. However, it's filled much of the space in between speakers: Trump held a roundtable with essential workers (note TK from Steakin/Gomez/Smith) and there have been a few videos and testimonials from local supporters advocating for Trump's handling. One example was Amy Ford, a nurse from West Virginia, who said Trump's actions "rapid policy changes" had a direct impact on her work as a nurse: "As I contended with the challenges of treating our patients who had their worlds turned upside down, I noticed a positive change in our healthcare system. President Trump recognized the threat this virus presented for all Americans early on, and made rapid policy changes." 210305 What the main speakers HAVE focused on, despite predictions from the president that the convention would be positive and uplifting, is the horrors they believe Democrats would bring. Highlights from main speakers: Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz Gaetz spoke about China, securing the border and Trump's negotiating abilities. He didn't once mention coronavirus, though he began with a joke about Biden staying quiet during the beginning months of the pandemic: "I'm speaking from an auditorium emptier than Joe Biden's Daily Schedule. But we are a nation of full hearts - and clear minds." 204711 He painted an intensely exaggerated and negative picture of the country under Democratic leadership, calling them "Woketopians": "Settle for Biden. That's the hashtag promoted by AOC and the socialists. The Woketopians will settle for Biden because they will make him an extra in a movie written, produced, and directed by others. It's a horror film, really. They'll disarm you, empty the prisons, lock you in your home, and invite MS-13 to live next door. And the police aren't coming when you call. In Democrat-run cities, they are already being defunded, disbanded. Blaming our best and allowing society's worst? That's the story they write in Hollywood. That's if the lights even stay on in California anymore." 204805 Gaetz turned positive when he spoke of Trump and the job he's done. Democrats talked about "stopping the madness," Gaetz said, "but we didn't start the fire," he said of Republicans. "Americans don't settle. We advance. We don't live in basements. We explore the frontier, the horizon, and the stars. Donald Trump is a builder -- a visionary." 204855 "President Trump sometimes raises his voice - and a ruckus.  He knows that's what it takes to raise an army of patriots who love America and will protect her. America is not just an idea or a constitution, it is our home. We must protect our home with unbreakable Made-in-America Strength - strength I see every day in President Donald Trump." 205001 RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel Highlighting this jab from McDaniel at the top of her speech, when she attacked Eva Longoria, an emcee for the DNC last week, and Sen. Kamala Harris, who she said only got the job of VP nominee because she's a woman. (The Republicans do not have an emcee, which has resulted in a very fast-paced program). "Democrats started their convention last week with Eva Longoria, a famous Hollywood actress who played a housewife on TV. Well, I'm actually a real housewife and a mom from Michigan with two wonderful kids in public school, who happens to be only -- only the second woman in 164 years to run the Republican party. And unlike Joe Biden, president trump didn't choose me because I'm a woman, he chose me because i was the best person for the job." 205329 Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan Jordan focused his speech on a personal story to exemplify Trump's empathy. "He truly cares about people," he said. Jordan said his family lost his nephew, Eli, two years ago in a car accident. The president called him while he was headed to Eli's parents house days after the accident and ended up speaking to them on the phone. "We talked about a few issues. And then he asked how the family was doing. I said they're doing "ok, but it's tough."  The President said "Yea. Losing a loved one's always difficult, and it's really tough when they're so young." I then said "Mr. President, I'm actually walking into their house right now. Obviously, they don't know I'm talking to you. But if you'd be willing to say hello to Eli's dad, you'd make a terrible day a little less terrible." "What's his name?" The President asked. I walked through the door, and said "Todd, the President wants to talk to you." For the next five minutes, family and friends sat in complete silence, as the President of the United States took time to talk to a dad who was hurting. That's the President I know. That's the individual who's Made America Great Again and who knows America's best days are in front of us. And that's why I'm busting my tail to help him get re-elected. I'm asking you to do the same." 211818 As for the Democrats, Jordan described a Democratic world as mob rule: "This election is about who can preserve the values, principles, and institutions that Make America Great. Don't believe me? Look at what's happening in America's cities - all run by Democrats. Crime, violence, mob rule. Democrats refuse to denounce the mob. And their response to the chaos? Defund the police, defund border patrol, defund the military. And while they're doing all of this, they're also trying to take away your guns. Democrats won't let you go to church, but they'll let you protest. Democrats won't let you go to work, but they'll let you riot.Democrats won't let you go to school, but they'll let you loot. President Trump has fought against their crazy ideas." 211616 By contrast, here's how Jordan listed off Trump's accomplishments: "Taxes cut, regulations reduced, economy growing, lowest unemployment in 50 years, out of the Iran deal, embassy in Jerusalem, hostages home from North Korea, new USMCA agreement, and he's building the wall, and rebuilding the economy." 211718 We've heard from some very passionate supporters about protecting Americans' gun rights, including Andrew Pollack, whose daughter was killed in the 2018 Parkland shooting, and the McCloskey's, who pulled guns on Black Lives Matter protesters earlier this summer.  As for the headliners, Kimberly Guilfoyle gave a very, very impassioned speech, attacking Democrats while also using Biden's tagline about the election being a "battle for the soul of America" to tout Trump. Rep. Steve Scalise spoke about the shooting he endured in 2019, pitching Trump's compassion as we saw Jordan do. Scalise also promoted Trump's response to coronavirus. Here are the highlights. Andrew Pollack, father of Meadow Pollack, who was killed in 2018 Parkland shooting Pollack delivered a speech on the importance of keeping schools safe, ultimately blaming Biden and Obama for the Parkland shooting despite any evidence. "Far left Democrats in our school district made this shooting possible, because they implemented something they called restorative justice. But the Obama-Biden administration took Parkland's bad policies and forced them into schools across America. When President Trump rescinded Obama's guidance on restorative justice policies, he put an end to that. And that meant the world to me. It's hard to tell how much Mr. Biden understands about what happened at Parkland." 213827 Pollack called Biden out for a gaffe <https://nam04.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cnn.com%2F2019%2F08%2F11%2Fpolitics%2Fjoe-biden-parkland-victims%2Findex.html&data=02%7C01%7CJenna.X.Levine.-ND%40abc.com%7Ca3734714b19942774e8e08d848a68305%7C56b731a8a2ac4c32bf6b616810e913c6%7C1%7C0%7C637339227615625426&sdata=cjMBmUus5ZpNTMlbDq91ln84Un5TXfghVAsULt50bkI%3D&reserved=0> where he misdated the Parkland shooting, saying he met with survivors as VP: "He doesn't even seem to know when the shooting happened. He said that he was vice president when it happened, but he wasn't. Mr. Biden may not know when my daughter was murdered, but I do -- February 14th, 2018. Mr. Biden may not know that these policies make shootings more likely, but I do. Mr. Biden may not know who was vice president that day, but I do. It wasn't Joe Biden. It was Mike Pence, thank god. And I know who the President was too. It wasn't Barack Obama, it was president Donald J. Trump." 213931 St. Louis couple Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who pulled guns on Black Lives Matter protesters (H/T Gomez) The McCloskey's speech largely parroted Trump campaign talking points, using phrases like "mob of protesters," "anarchy, and "abolish the suburbs."  The couple warned viewers that any Trump supporter could end up in the same situation they are in. "What you saw happen to us could just as easily happen to any of you who are watching from quiet neighborhoods around our country, and that's what we want to speak to you about tonight." 214053 "Whether it's the defunding of police, ending cash bails so criminals can be released back out on the streets the same day to riot again or encouraging anarchy and chaos on our streets, it seems as if the Democrats no longer view the government's job as protecting honest citizens from criminals, but rather protecting criminals from honest citizens." 214116 "So make no mistake, no matter where you live, your family will not be safe in the radical Democrats America." 214307 "They're not satisfied with spreading the chaos and violence into our communities. They want to abolish the suburbs all together. By ending single family home zoning. This forced rezoning would bring crime, lawlessness and low quality apartments into now-thriving suburban neighborhoods." 214249 Kimberly Guilfoyle Guilfoyle, yelling passionately for the majority of her speech, told viewers, "America, it's all on the line." On Democrats, she pointed to California as an example of the destruction Democrats bring: "If you want to see the socialist biden/harris future for our country, just take a look at California. It is a place of immense wealth, immeasurable innovation and immaculate environment. And the Democrats turned it into a land of discarded heroin needles in parks, riots in streets and blackouts in homes." 214700 Using Biden's tagline -- the election is a "battle for the soul of America" -- Guilfoyle argued that Democrats think America is to blame, while Republicans believe in American greatness: "This election is a battle for the soul of America. Your choice is clear. Do you support the cancel culture, the cosmopolitan elites of Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer and Joe Biden who blame America first? Do you think America is to blame? Or do you believe in American greatness? Believe in yourself, in President Trump, in individual and personal responsibility." 214801 "Don't let them step on you. Don't let them destroy your families, your lives, and your future. Don't let them kill future generations because they told you, and brainwash you, and fed you lies that you aren't good enough." 215005 Guilfoyle ended her speech at peak energy, lifting her arms up in the air and raising her voice (impressive given that she was speaking to an empty room): "Ladies and gentlemen, leaders and fighters for freedom and liberty and the American dream, the best is yet to come," she shouted emphatically. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise Scalise focused his speech on the shooting in Arlington in 2019, when he was shot in the hip. He highlighted Trump's empathy during that time and said calls to "defund the police" are personal to him because law enforcement officers saved his life. He incorrectly said Biden wants to defund the police, despite Biden's constant assertions that he does not, including in Friday's interview. "After I was shot on a baseball field by a leftist gunman, first responders rushed me to a hospital where I battled for my life. That same night, Donald Trump came to the hospital, along with First Lady Melania Trump. They consoled my wife Jennifer. They were there for my family in my darkest hours. Donald Trump would call to check on me throughout the following weeks, just to see how I was doing. That's the kind of person he is. That's the side of Donald Trump that the media will never show you." 215128 "The left wants to defund the police. This is personal - I wouldn't be here without the bravery and heroism of the men and women in law enforcement who saved my life. President Trump stands with those brave men and women. Joe Biden has embraced the left's insane mission to defund them. There won't be an America to leave to our children and grandchildren without those brave law enforcement officers and first responders." 215231 Scalise also mentioned coronavirus, commending Trump's handling of the pandemic. He was one of the few headliners to mention it. "It's going to take that kind of bold leadership to get us out of this COVID crisis. After President Trump saved lives by shutting down flights from China and Europe, he is now focusing the full weight of the government on a revolutionary plan to cure this virus by cutting red tape and empowering scientists to create a vaccine." 215410 The president's son, Donald Trump Jr., compared economic gains under his father (pre-coronavirus) to the economy under Biden and Obama, arguing that if Biden is elected, the country would return to slow growth. He called Biden "weak on China" and the "lochness monster of the swamp." Both Trump and U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley touched on racial injustices, arguing that the solution comes from improving communities but denouncing protests or efforts to defund the police. Haley spoke of her personal story as the daughter of immigrants as proof that America is not an inherently racist country. Here are the highlights. Donald Trump Jr. Trump's son touted his father's work on the economy, saying Biden would take money back out of middle class pockets. Beijing Biden is so weak on China that the intelligence community recently assessed that the Chinese communist party favors Biden. 222839 Democrats claim to be for workers, but they've spent the entire pandemic trying to sneak a tax break for millionaires and Democrat states into the covid relief bill. Then, they attacked my father for suspending the payroll tax for middle-class workers. In fact, if you think about it, Joe Biden's entire economic platform seems designed to crush the working man and woman. 222800 After eight years of Obama and Biden's slow growth, trump's policies have been like rocket fuel to the economy and especially to the middle class. Biden has promised to take that money back out of your pocket and keep it in the swamp. That makes sense though, considering Joe Biden is basically the lochness monster of the swamp. 222926 So if you're looking for hope, look to the man who did what the failed obama/biden administration never could do and built the greatest economy our country has ever seen. 222926 On racial injustices, Trump said "we must put an end to racism" and ensure police officers who abuse power are "held accountable," though he said "defunding the police is not an option." The Democrat mayors pretend it's not happening. They actually called it a summer of love. And that brings me to another important principle. Every American must be free to  live without fear of violence in your country, in your communities, and in your homes. All men and women are created equal and must be treated equally under the law. That's why we must put an end to racism, and we must ensure that any police officer who abuses their powers is held accountable. 223229 Defunding the police is not an option. Everything starts with safety and security. You can't have anything else without it. 223329 If Democrats really wanted to help minorities in underserved communities, instead of bowing to big-money union bosses, they'd let parents choose what school is best for their kids, they'd limit immigration to protect American workers 223428 Trump argued that Democrats are trying to bully Republicans "into submission," while the GOP was the party for "everyone." Joe Biden and the radical left are now coming for our freedom of speech. They want to bully us into submission. If they get their way, it will no longer be the silent majority. It will be the silenced majority. 223057 Unlike Joe Biden and the radical left Democrats, our party is open to everyone. It starts by rejecting radicals who want to drag us into the dark, and embracing the man who represents a bright and beautiful future for all. 223600 Former U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley Haley highlighted Trump's foreign affairs accomplishments, talking about North Korea and standing up against enemies. She described Biden as weak. "This president has a record of strength and success. The former vice president has a record of weakness and failure. Joe Biden is good for Iran and ISIS, great for communist China. And he's a godsend to everyone who wants America to apologize, abstain, and abandon our values. Donald Trump takes a different approach. He's tough on China, and he took on ISIS and won. And he tells the world what it needs to hear." 221923 Haley also used her own story as the daughter of immigrants to argue that America is not a racist country. There is one more important area where our president is right. He knows that political correctness and cancel culture are dangerous, and just plain wrong. In much of the Democratic party, it's now fashionable to say that America is racist. That is a lie. America is not a racist country. 222134 This is personal for me. I am the proud daughter of Indian immigrants. They came to America, and settled in a small southern town. My father wore a turban. My mother wore a sari. I was a brown girl in a black and white world. We faced discrimination and hardship, but my parents never gave into grievance and hate. 222206 Haley addressed Black Lives Matter, saying "of course we value and respect every Black life," but highlighted Black police officers and children whose lives have been ruined by "violence on our streets." She also denounced the protests and riots as divisive. The American people know we can do better, and of course we value and respect every black life. The black cops who have been shot in the line of duty, they matter. The black small business owners who have watched their life's work go up in flames, they matter. The black kids who've been gunned down on the playground, their lives matter too. And their lives are being ruined and stolen by the violence on our streets. It doesn't have to be like this. 222314 It wasn't like this in South Carolina five years ago. Our state came face to face with evil. A white supremacist walked into Mother Emmanuel church during bible study. 12 African-Americans pulled up a chair and prayed with him for an hour. Then, he began to shoot. After that horrific tragedy, we didn't turn against each other. We came together -- black and white, Democrat and Republican. Together, we made the hard choices needed to heal and removed a divisive symbol peacefully and respectfully. 222347 The night came to a close with a speech from keynote speaker Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina.  Scott's speech was one of the more optimistic speeches of the night and sure to bring him national attention. He devoted far less time than other speakers to talking about the horrors the country will face if Democrats take the White House and largely focused on his own path to the Senate as a Black man, imploring Americans to "focus on the promise of the American journey," which he touted as a goal for Republicans.  "There are millions of families just like mine all across this nation full of potential seeking to live the American dream. And I'm here tonight to tell you that supporting the Republican ticket gives you the best chance of making that dream a reality," he said, finishing off his speech. 225245 He drilled down on Biden, saying the Democratic nominee believes "Black people are a monolithic community" and highlighted some of Biden's most concerning statements on race over the last few months. Here are the highlights. South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott Scott began his speech with a message of positivity, addressing the pandemic and racial injustice but stressing that Americans can come together to vote. "This isn't how I pictured tonight, but our country is experiencing something none of us envisioned. From a global pandemic to the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. 2020 has tested our nation in ways we haven't seen for decades, but regardless of the challenges presented to us, every four years, Americans come together to vote." 224142 Much of Scott's speech was devoted to his own biography and introducing himself to viewers. He spoke of his mother, who he said worked 16 hours a day to keep his family afloat. He described living with his grandparents and sharing a room with both his mom and his brother. Though he struggled through school, when he was old enough to work, he said he began "putting the pieces of his life back together."  He spoke of his grandfather, who was "forced out of school as a third grader to pick cotton," and used the history as an example of how far his family has come. 225148 Instead, we must focus on the promise of the American journey. I know that journey well. My grandfather's 99th birthday would have been tomorrow. Growing up, he had to cross the street if a white person was coming. He suffered the indignity of being forced out of school as a third grader to pick cotton. He never learned to read or write. 225219 Yet he lived long enough to see his grandson become the first African American to be elected to both the United States house and the United States senate in the history of this country. Our family went from cotton to congress in one lifetime. And that is why I believe the next American century can be better than the last. 225245 There are millions of families  just like mine all across this nation full of potential seeking to live the American dream. And I'm here tonight to tell you that supporting the Republican ticket gives you the best chance of making that dream a reality. He described his run in South Carolina as proof of "the evolution of the Southern heart." He attacked the "factually baseless belief" that things are worse today than they were in the 1860s or the 1960s, while also acknowledging that "we're not fully where we want to be." 224605 Against a son of our legendary Senator Strom Thurmond. You may be asking yourself, how does a poor black kid from a single parent household run and win in a race crowded with Republicans against a Thurmond? Because of the evolution of the southern heart. In an overwhelmingly white district, the voters judged me not on the color of my skin but on the content of my character. 224637 We live in a world that only wants you to believe in the bad news. Racially, economically and culturally polarizing news. The truth is, our nations arc always bends back towards fairness. We're not fully where we want to be, but I thank god almighty we're not where we used to be. We're always striving to be better. 224705 When we stumble, and we will, we pick ourselves back up and try again. We don't give in to cancel culture or the radical and factually baseless belief that things are worse today than in the 1860s or the 1960s. We have work to do, but I believe in the goodness of America, the promise that all men and all women are created equal and if you're watching tonight, I'm betting you do, too. He attacked Biden for his record with African Americans, using Biden's comment from his tense radio interview with Charlamagne Tha God when he said if Black people have trouble figuring out who to vote for, "then you ain't Black." He also criticized Biden's 1994 crime bill for putting Black Americans behind bars, comparing it to Trump's criminal justice reform efforts. Joe Biden said if a black man didn't vote for him, he wasn't truly black. Joe Biden says black people are a monolithic community. It was Joe Biden who said poor kids can be just as smart as white kids and while his words are one thing, his actions take it to a whole new level. In 1994, Biden led the charge on a crime bill that put millions of black Americans behind bars. President Trump's criminal justice reform law fixed many of the disparities Biden created and made our system more fair and just for all Americans. 224901 P2 LOG (VIA 5533 SWITCHED FEED): 210009 >> This is a big win for the United States of America, this is a great trade deal.  TRUMP (VO)>> We are going to lift the restrictions on the production of American energy. We will create millions of more jobs.  >> Hope, to me, is the belief in a better tomorrow and creating a better future for our children.  >> When I look in the eyes of my  grandchildren, I want them to know that their papa was not silent.  210034 TRUMP (VO) >> We will rescue kids from failing schools by helping their parents send them to a safe school of their choice. [cheers] We will completely rebuild our depleted military. The countries that we are protecting, at a massive cost to us, will be asked to pay their fair share. We will take care of our great veterans, like they have never been taken care of before.  210111 VETERAN (ON VIDEO)>> This guy saved me. He saved me. Thanks to him, I'm here.  VETERAN (ON VIDEO)>> To me, he's giving people hope -- what he's doing for the poor people, what he's doing for everybody.  TRUMP (VO)>> We are going to appoint justices of the United States Supreme Court who will uphold our laws and our constitution.  210239 >> By supporting law enforcement, it's so important for keeping America great.  TRUMP (VO)>> As long as I'm president, I will never defund your police, that I promise you. It's time to deliver a victory for the American people. We are going to start winning again. It's called promises made, promises kept.  AMY FORD 210216 FORD>> My name is Amy Ford. I've been a registered nurse for 17 years. I'm from the small town of Williamson, West Virginia where I've lived my entire life, the daughter of a nurse and a coal miner. Even though I was the youngest of the four children, I was always somewhat a caretaker. It came natural for me. So it felt right to follow in my mother's footsteps and become a nurse.  210240 And this March, when Covid-19 sent our country into crisis, I knew I had to help any way I could. I deployed to New York in April and then, to San Antonio, Texas, working as a Covid relief nurse in both states. As I contended with the challenges of treating our patients who had their worlds turned upside down, I noticed a positive change in our healthcare system.  210305 President Trump recognized the threat this virus presented for all Americans early on, and made rapid policy changes. And, as a result, telehealth services are now accessible to more than 71 million Americans, including 35 millions children. Prior to Covid, telehealth was not covered or reimbursed under Medicare, Medicaid or CHIP.  210330 This left our most vulnerable populations with no other choice but to have an in person office visit with their physicians, increasing their risk of exposure to covid-19 exponentially. The expansion of telehealth services has also resulted in the integration of video visits between patients and their families, allowing loved ones to have contact and visualization as well as a better understanding of care.  210400 Telehealth has been essential during this pandemic. I don't want the media taking my personal story and twisting it, so let me be clear: as a healthcare professional, I can tell you without hesitation Donald Trump's quick action and leadership saved thousands of lives during Covid-19. And the benefits of that response extend far beyond coronavirus. Telehealth will continue to aid many that are just unable to find transportation or a way to the doctor for regular checkups.  210432 This is especially true in rural America. I live in a town of about 2,000 people. We do not have buses, trains, trolleys or Ubers available to us.  In addition, the unavailability of services can also hinder treatment for many. So increased access to telehealth for millions of Americans has truly been life saving, and we have president trump to thank.  COVID-19 VIDEO 210503 VO>> From the very beginning, Democrats, the media and the world health organization got coronavirus wrong. The world health organization said "authorities have found no clear evidence of human to human transmission."  DR. JOHN TORRES (ON VIDEO)>> Overall, most people should not be terribly concerned about it.  NANCY PELOSI (ON VIDEO)>> Everything is fine here. We do want to say to people, come to Chinatown. Here we are. Come join us.  ANDREW CUOMO (ON VIDEO)>> We don't even think it's going to be as bad as it was in other countries.  210530 BiLL DE BLASIO (ON VIDEO)>> Go about your lives, go about your business.  VO>> One leader took decisive action to save lives, President Donald Trump -- Banning travel from China and coronavirus epicenters, Biden charged xenophobia but President trump was right; signing the C.A.R.E.S. Act, providing immediate relief to American families, workers and businesses; declaring a national emergency; tapping into 42 billion in existing emergency funding; quickly getting crucial personal protective equipment to the states; 210602 Signing the Families First coronavirus response act, ensuring that American families and businesses impacted by the virus receive the strong support they need; launching Operation Warp Speed to fast track a vaccine in record time.  NEWSOM (ON VIDEO)>> He said everything that I could have hoped for. Promise made, promise kept.  ANDREW CUOMO (ON VIDEO)>> He is ready, willing and able help to help.  ANDREW CUOMO (VO)>> He has been responsive, he's done a lot of good things.  ANDREW CUOMO (ON VIDEO)>> What the federal government did was a phenomenal accomplishment.  210636 PHIL MURPHY (ON VIDEO)>> In our hour of need, you all literally are helping us in a big way. We were at the edge and this is life or death stuff. And we are forever thankful for that.  VO>> Soon, we will emerge safer, stronger and greater than ever.  DR. G.E. GHALI 210658 GHALI>> I am Dr. G.E. Ghali, an oral and maxillofacial facial surgeon and chancellor of a large academic medical and research center in Louisiana. I feel uniquely positioned to share how President Trump's decisive leadership led to a rapid and efficient response to the coronavirus pandemic. I know this as a health professional and as someone who has recovered from covid himself. The covid-19 pandemic exploded into our great nation with an intensity unparalleled in history.  210732 But our medical investigation and drug development systems were not designed for a pandemic. The devastating effects of the coronavirus demanded immediate changes at the regulatory level. A prompt response led by President Trump cleared away the red tape that usually makes drug approvals a long and drawn out process. By harnessing the resources [of] the federal government and the private sector, President Trump's Operation Warp Speed is accelerating the testing, supply, development and distribution of therapeutics, diagnostics and, very shortly, effective vaccines to counter covid-19.  210814 Let me give you three clear examples of how President Trump's leadership removed regulatory barriers so covid patients could have faster access to effective therapies and diagnostics: First, on February 26, two phase three clinical trials studying remdesivir were initiated. Just two months later, the FDA approved remdesivir for emergency use to treat covid-19.  210844 Normally, this is a 3 to 5-year process. The amazing speed with which this happened in a safe but efficient manner is unheard of. Second, the FDA granted expanded access to covid-19 convalescent plasma. Within 24 hours of this approval, we were administering convalescent plasma and remdesivir to a critically ill patient, a former army ranger and physician.  210914 Had it not been for the rapid deployment of these medicines, this patient who is my colleague and friend would have surely died. And third, at the end of July, I developed a fever and cough. I reached out to our testing team and received one of the Abbott rapid tests. Yet another tool quickly approved by this administration. Within 15 minutes my tests came back positive and within four hours I was receiving my remdesivir doses followed by an infusion of convalescent plasma. 210950 As a physician, I've seen firsthand how these breakthroughs have saved countless lives. As a patient, I've benefited the expedited therapies made possible by the swift action of this administration. President Trump truly moved mountains to save lives and he deserves credit. Thank you, president trump for providing timely access to critical diagnostics and therapeutics during this pandemic. Thank you, Mr. President for your strong leadership in these challenging times.  211031 DONALD TRUMP (VO) >> When the China virus invaded our country, we launched the greatest mobilization of American society since World War II, patriots of every race, color and creed rallied together to defeat the invisible enemy and save the lives of their fellow citizens. Today our hearts overflow with appreciation for the incredible front line workers who risked their own health and safety to keep America strong and safe. When crisis came, millions of everyday Americans rose to the challenge.. In their actions, we see true greatness of the American character.  211106 We always find a way to victory. History will remember and celebrate the heroes of 2020 for as long as our great American flag waves over the land that we love. To every front line worker, I offer the salute of a nation that is forever in your debt. Thank you, god bless you, and god bless America.  PRES. DONALD TRUMP 211134 DONALD TRUMP (ON VIDEO)>> These are my friends, these are the incredible workers that helped us so much with the covid. We can call it many different things from China virus -- I don't want to go through all the names because some people may get insulted, but that's the way it is. These are great, great people, doctors, nurses, a fireman, a policeman. We want to thank you all. You've been incredible, and we want to thank you, and all of the millions of people that you represent. Thank you all very much. Great job. Thank you. Thank you all very much. So tell me a little about your stories. How about we'll start with you.   211207 >> I'm a postal worker. I delivered to a senior community during covid-19.  DONALD TRUMP (ON VIDEO)>> Good. And we're taking good care of of our postal workers.  >> Absolutely.  DONALD TRUMP (ON VIDEO)>> That I can tell you. Believe me, we're not getting rid of our postal workers. You know, they like to sort of put that out there. If anyone does, it's the Democrats not the Republicans. I want to thank you very much and thank everybody in that whole beautiful post office system, we appreciate it.  >> Thank you. 211231 DONALD TRUMP (ON VIDEO) >> How about you?  >> I'm a trucker.  DONALD TRUMP (ON VIDEO)>> Good.  >> I own a small business in Ohio, >>DONALD TRUMP (ON VIDEO) >> hauling steel mostly. You know, some of our customers actually made hospital beds with some of the material.  DONALD TRUMP (ON VIDEO)>> Oh, wow! That's fantastic. Well, congratulations. I love the truckers. You know, they're on my side. >> Thank you. DONALD TRUMP (ON VIDEO)>>  I think all of them, frankly. I think pretty much all of them. How about you? >> I'm a custodian at the post office as well.  DONALD TRUMP (ON VIDEO)>> What do you do exactly?  >> Clean up everybody's mess and everybody's germs. All that.   211258 DONALD TRUMP (ON VIDEO)>> Can I tell you, that world -- that profession will never be out of business. You know that, right? >> Yeah, for sure.  DONALD TRUMP (ON VIDEO)>> Thank you very much for being here. Thank you. And how about you?  211305 >> I'm a registered nurse, President Trump. I work at a New Jersey hospital. It's called (?). I also represent an organization of professional nurses, it's called the national association of catholic nurses, DONALD TRUMP (ON VIDEO)>> Very good. >> But I wanted to tell you as a nursing supervisor, I am so in awe of your leadership. Honestly, I know many people have said often interesting things, but it takes a true leader to be able to ignore all that stuff and do what is right, and not be offended by all the words being said.  211337 TRUMP>> Yeah. >> And you really do show that positive spirit to us, and as nurses I appreciate that. But just as an individual, I'm grateful for that.  TRUMP>> Well, I'm for the nurses, I'm for the doctors, I'm for everybody. We just have to make this China virus go away, and it's happening. Please, go ahead. 211352 >> I'm also a nurse, I represent Genesis Healthcare which is a skilled nursing facility --  TRUMP>> Sure, sure. >> -- company. I want to thank you and your administration for all the supplies and support and funding -- TRUMP>> Right. >> -- that you've given the skilled nursing units. Without that, we couldn't do as well as we have done. And I spent some time in New Jersey. I live in West Virginia, went to New Jersey and did some work there. And we finally started to see things change and turn around.  211417 TRUMP>> I appreciate what you said because we have delivered billions of dollars of equipment that governors were supposed to give, and in many cases, they didn't get. So the federal government had to help them, and all of the people that did this incredible work, they never got credit for it, but you understand where it came from. Thank you very much. Thank you both. It's really nice. Please, go ahead. 211439 >> I'm a police officer in Englewood, Colorado, and I contracted Covid in late March and recovered.  TRUMP>> That means we don't have to be afraid of you at all, right? [laughter] >> I'm good to go. TRUMP>> Once you're recovered, we have the whole thing with plasma happening. That means your blood is very valuable, you know that, right? Thank you very much. Great. Please! 211500 >> I'm a detention deputy at Kern County Sheriff Department out in California.  TRUMP>> Great. >> And I also contracted Covid, end of March, and recovered from that also.  TRUMP>> How long was your problem?  >> I was sick about 10 days, really bad. I got everything besides a cough, but recovered. I was off work for a month and a half. And I work in our local county jails.  211521 TRUMP>> Did they do anything specifically to help you recover?  >> They gave me Z packs, medication, cough syrup.  TRUMP>> Okay, and I won't even ask you about the hydroxychloroquine because -- [laughter] It's a shame what they've done to that one, but -- but I took it. I took the Z pack also, and zinc. I want to thank you all very much. It's an honor to have you in the white house. You're fantastic people, and the people who you represent -- you represent an incredible group of people, and we love you all. Thank you very much. Thank you very much, appreciate it.  JIM JORDAN 211552 JORDAN>> Good evening. I'm congressman Jim Jordan, representing the fourth district of Ohio. The Republican party is the pro-America party. President Trump is the pro-America candidate. This election is about who can preserve the values, principles and institutions that make America great. Don't believe me? Look at what is happening in American cities, cities all run by Democrats -- crime, violence and mob rule. Democrats refuse to denounce the mob and in response to the chaos, defund the police, defund border patrol and defund our military.  211624 And while they're doing all this, they're also trying to take away your guns. Look at the positions they have taken the past few months. Democrats won't let you go to church but they'll let you protest. Democrats won't let you go to work but they'll let you riot. And Democrats won't let you swamp go to school, but they'll let you go loot. President Trump has fought against each of their crazy ideas. He's taken on the swamp, all of the swamp -- the Democrats, the press and the never-Trumpers.  211649 And when you take on the swamp, the swamp fights back. They tried the Russia hoax, the Mueller investigation and the fake impeachment. But in spite of this unbelievable opposition, this president has done what he said he would do -- taxes cut, regulations reduced, economy growing, lowest unemployment in 50 years, out of the Iran deal, embassy in Jerusalem, hostages home from North Korea, a new USMCA agreement and, of course, he's building the wall and rebuilding our economy as we speak.  211718 I love the president's intensity and his willingness to fight every day in Washington for our families. But what I also appreciate about the president is something most Americans never get to see -- how much he truly cares about people. Our family has seen it. Two years ago, our nephew Eli was killed in a car accident. He lived a mile up the road from us, grew up wrestling and training with our boys, was a high school state champion, varsity athlete for the University of Wisconsin.  211745 It was a Saturday morning, three days after the accident. I walked to the car to head up to Eli's parents home when the president called. We talked about a few issues. And then, he asked how the family was doing. I said "they're doing okay, Mr. President, but it's tough." The president said "yeah, losing a loved one is always difficult. And it's really tough when they're so young." I then said, "Mr. President, I'm actually walking into their house right now. Obviously, they don't know that I'm talking to you but if you'd be willing to say hello to Eli's dad, you'd make a terrible day a little less terrible."  211818 "What's his name?", the president asked. I walked through the door and said "Todd, the president wants to talk to you." For the next five minutes, family and friends sat in complete silence as the president of the United States took time to talk to a dad who was hurting. That is the president that I've gotten to know the last four years, a President who shares private moments with this with soldiers, victims of violent crime and people who've had businesses destroyed by the mob.  211843 That's the individual who has made America great again and who knows America's best days are still in front of us. And that's why I'm busting my tail to help him get re-elected. I'm asking you to do the same. Thank you, and god bless our country.  HERSCHEL WALKER 211859 HERSCHEL WALKER>> I'm not an actor, a senior or politician. I'm Herschel walker. Most of you know me as a football player, but I'm also a father, a man of faith and a very good judge of character. I have known Donald Trump for 37 years and I don't mean just casual ran into him from time to time. I'm talking about a deep personal friendship. I watched him as an owner of a professional football team. Right after he bought the team, he set out to learn. He learned about the history of the team.  211932 The players, the coaches. Every detail. Then he used what he learned to make the team better. I watched him in the board room. He can be in the middle of a big meeting but if one of the kids was on the phone, he dropped everything to take the call. He taught me that the family should be your top priority. I watch him treat janitors, security guards and waiters the same way he would treat a V.I.P. He made them feel special because he knew they were. He understands that they are the people who make this country run. They clean, they cook, they build, they drive, they deliver.  212008 He told me, Herschel, make an effort to get to know people. Remember their names. That stuck with me. One time I planned to take his kids to Disney world with my family. At the last minute, Donald said he would like to join us. So there he was in a business suit on it's a small world ride. That was something to see. It just shows you what a caring and loving father he is. It hurt my soul to hear the terrible names that people called Donald. The worst one is racist.  212040 I take it as a personal insult that people would think I've had a 37-year friendship with a racist. People who think that don't know what they're talking about. Growing up in the deep south, I've seen racism up close. I know what it is. And it isn't Donald Trump. Just because someone loves and respects the flag, our national anthem and our country doesn't mean they don't care about social justice. I care about all of those things. So does Donald Trump. 212109  He shows how much he cares about social justice in the black community through his actions. And his actions speak louder than stickers or slogans on a jersey. He keeps right on fighting to improve the lives of black Americans and all Americans. He works night and day. He never stops. He leaves nothing on the field. Some people don't like his style. The way he knocks down obstacles that get in the way of his goals.  212134 People on the opposing team didn't like when I ran them over either but that's how you get the job done. I pray every night that god gives him more time. Give him four more years. He's accomplished so much almost all by himself under constant attack, but there's still more work to be done. If you love America and want to make it better, Donald Trump is your president. He's my president and I'm blessed to call him friend.  NATALIE HARP 212205 NATALIE HARP>> Good evening. I'm Natalie harp, a formerly forgotten American from California. In the classic Jimmy Stewart film, "It's a Wonderful Life" George Bailey is given a great gift, the chance do see what the world would be like without him. Tonight Mr. President, we'd like to give you that same gift because without you, we'd all be living in pottersville, sold out to a crooked Mr. -- Or I should say a crooked Mrs. Potter, with no hope of escape except death itself. I should know because I wouldn't be alive today if it wasn't for you.  212239 About five years ago, I was the victim of a notoriously deadly medical error, I survived but only to be diagnosed with a rare and terminal bone cancer. You know, the Democrats love to talk about health care being a human right. But a right to what? Well, I'll tell you, to them, it's a right to marijuana, opioids and the right to die with dignity. A politically correct way of saying assisted suicide. I was told I was a burden to my family and to my country.  212311 And that by choosing to die early, I'd actually be saving the lives of others by preserving resources for them rather than wasting them on a lost cause like myself and when I failed the chemotherapies that were on the market, no one wanted me in their clinical trials. I'd make them look bad. They didn't give me the right to try experimental treatments, Mr. president. You did and without you I would have died waiting for them to be approved.  212336 Now, with the coronavirus, everyone knows what that feels like to be waiting for a cure, but we've only been waiting a few months. Just imagine what 2020 would have looked like fighting for your life without Donald Trump fighting for it too. In January there would have been no China travel ban, millions would have died. Millions more would have been infected. There would be no record levels of testing, no right to try treatments, no fast track for a vaccine, nor operation warp speed ready to deliver it. 212406 And without Donald Trump as our patient advocate for the past four years, well, the opioid epidemic would have stolen even more lives from even more families. Kidney patients would have no future, except dying on wait lists. There would be no initiative to increase donations, there would still be no accountability at the va. And our brave veterans would still be suffering long wait times with no choice or access to faster care. 212433 Insulin and other drug prices would have continued to rise. While a record number of generic drugs would still be stuck in the pipeline. There would be no price transparency, we wouldn't have health plans up to 60% cheaper than Obamacare and we'd still be stuck with that infamous individual mandate. And God forbid what the next four years would look like. 212454 For Joe Biden's America, China would control our drug production, we would be one step closer to government run healthcare. We wouldn't just be unable to keep our doctors, we'd be lucky if we could see any doctor. And even then, some of us would be denied care. For in socialized medicine you don't beat the odds. You become the odds  and I would lose my right to try just like Charlie Gard, the terminally ill British baby whose government run health care system decided it was too expensive and too cruel to keep him alive.  212531 You see, Mr. President, you've done so much more than your promises made and promises kept. For numbers only tell part of the story. We are the rest of it. Facts with faces of Americans who would still be forgotten if you and our favorite first lady hadn't given up your own wonderful life so we could have the chance at one. George Bailey's father was right, all you can take with you is that what you've given away. And Mr. President, that makes you the richest man in the world.  212606 For you have used your strength to make America strong again. Sacrificed the life you built to make America proud again. And you risked everything to make America safe again. It's a wonderful life. You made America great again. And on November 3rd, we are going to keep America great.  VERNON JONES 212649 VERNON JONES>> Hello, America, my name is Vernon Jones I'm a state representative from the great state of Georgia. As you can see, I'm a man of color, and I'm a lifelong Democrat too. You may be wondering why is a lifelong Democrat speaking at the Republican national convention? And that's a fair question, and here's your answer. The democratic party does not want black people to leave their mental plantation. We've been forced to be there for decades and generations.  212721 But I have news for Joe Biden, we are free, we are free people with free minds, and I'm part of a large and growing segment of the black community who are independent thinkers, and we believe that Donald trump is the president that America needs to lead us forward. This is no time for sleeping in the basement. Joe Biden has had 47 years to produce results. But he's been all talk and no action.  212752 Just like so many of the Democrats who have been making promises to the black voters for decades. We've been their captive audience. When president trump sought to earn the black vote, the democratic party leaders went crazy. Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer literally started wearing kente cloths around the U.S. Capitol. As if pandering were enough to keep us satisfied. Let me tell you why I'm supporting our president. I grew up in the south in laurel hill, North Carolina, Scotland county, the green pond community to be exact.  212832 My parents Robert and (?) Jones built with their own hands a four-room cinder block home with no indoor plumbing. They had very limited education. But they instilled in us a strong work ethic that drove me from those tobacco fields of north Carolina to those hallowed halls of the Georgia general assembly. My parents taught me if I believed in god, worked hard and treated every person fairly, there's no limit to what we could achieve.  212905 I attended North Carolina central university, an historical black college. For generations, hbcu's have been the incubators that develop black scholars in math, and science, and religion, engineering and politics. They have been imported spring boards for the black success. But Democrats haven't treated them that way. When president trump took office, he changed everything. 212934 He delivered historic funding to hbcu's and he guaranteed it for ten years, something that's never happened in the history of this country. That gave our hbcu's stability, the chance to grow, and produce the next generation of black leaders. That's right, Donald Trump did that. He's also supported school choice, to assure that no child, no matter their race or zip code is left behind.  213003 Every child should have access to a quality education, but education is just a beginning. The president also built the most inclusive economy ever with record low unemployment for African-Americans and record high participation in the workforce. He put opportunity zones in the trump tax bill that would drive investment into our communities for decades to come. He put the interest of American workers and especially black workers first. That's right, Donald Trump did that.  213040 He delivered historic criminal justice reform. He ended once and for all, the policy of the incarceration of black people, which has decimated our communities caused by no other than Joe Biden. Democrats wouldn't do it, Obama didn't want to do it, and Joe Biden and kamala Harris definitely wouldn't do it.     213105 But Donald Trump did it. He's also working every day to make our community safer. As a former executive of de Kalb county, Georgia, I directed one of the largest public safety departments in the southeast. I've seen tragic shootings on both sides: officers killing citizens, and citizens killing officers in the line of duty. Police officers are our fellow citizens.  213134 They live in our country. They have families too. They live in our communities. Unfortunately, Democrats have turned their backs on our brave police officers. They call it defunding, and it's a danger to our cities, our neighborhoods and our children. Isn't it ironic that democrat politicians have personal security to protect them, so why don't they forgo their security and replace them with social workers?  213204 Especially since that's what they want for you and me. Our police need more funding, not less. For frequent psychological examinations, for nonlethal remote restraint technology and for more deescalation and use of force training. These are the common sense solutions that president trump supports. True, sincere police reform.  213230 That's right, Donald Trump did that too. Education, jobs, safety, security. On issue after issue, and in just a single term, he destroyed these negative forces that have victimized the black community for decades. He gave us the opportunity to rise. Now, you know when I made the public announcement of my support for president trump, all hell broke loose.  213304 I was threatened, called an embarrassment and asked to resign by my own party. Unfortunately, that's consistent with the democratic party and how they view independent thinking black men and women. But I'm here to tell you, that black voices are becoming more woke and louder than ever.  213334 The democratic party has become infected with a pandemic of intolerance, bigotry, socialism, anti-law enforcement bias, and a dangerous tolerance for people who attack others, destroy their property and terrorize our own communities. That's what this election is all about. And that's why right now more than ever, more than ever before, America needs Donald Trump in the oval office for another four years.  213411 God bless you and vote Donald J. Trump, thank you.  ANDREW POLLACK 213426 POLLACK>> In 2018, a gunman walked into Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland, Florida and changed my life forever. My name is Andrew Pollack. His name isn't worth saying. One of the seniors walking in the hallways that day was my beautiful daughter, Meadow. She was just months away from graduating and beginning a new life. We were so proud of the woman she had become.  213454 But in the hallway on that third floor, the gunman saw Meadow and shot her down the hallway, hitting her four times. After she was shot and on the floor, she crawled over to another student, a freshman girl, to protect her. She draped her body over her, and then the scumbag gunman shot my daughter at point blank range five more times, killing Meadow and the girl she was shielding.  213524 She had her whole life ahead of her, and in that life, she could have done anything and been anything. So many moments that I waited so long for were taken from me. I didn't get to drop her off at college. I didn't get to walk her down the aisle. But every moment was taken from her, and for what? I never wanted this to become a political spectacle, but it did. I never wanted to meet the president like this, but I did.  213555 I was invited to the White House. The truth is, I had just buried my daughter that week. I really wasn't interested in public events like a tour or a photo-op, I was interested in answers and solutions. So if the president wanted to meet me personally, I said "I'd go." They said, "of course, that was his plan." At the White House, my family and I sat with the president in the oval office and told him about Meadow. I told him what we knew.  213622 I told him that his administration needed to take a closer look at what went wrong and why. And I got to see who president trump really is. He's a good man and a great listener, and he cuts through the B.S. Then the president did what he said he would do -- he took action. He formed a school safety commission that issued dozens of recommendations to make schools safer. But I'll bet you never heard about that, instead the media turned my daughter's murder and went into a coordinated attack on president trump, Republicans and our second amendment.  213700 In fact, when President Trump asked me and other parents of children that were murdered in school shootings to join him as he announced the commission's findings, the media's first question wasn't about protecting kids. Shockingly, they asked about the government shutdown. President Trump turned to me, appalled and said, "Andy, can you believe these people? We're trying to talk about school safety, and this is what they do?" 213727 But I could believe it. After my daughter's murder, the media didn't seem interested in the facts, so I found them myself. I learned that gun control laws didn't fail my daughter, people did. The gunman had threatened to kill his classmates before, he had threatened to rape them, he had threatened to shoot up the school -- every red flag you could imagine, but the school didn't just miss these red flags, they knowingly ignored them.  213757 Far left Democrats in our school district made this shooting possible because they implemented something they called "restorative justice." This policy which really just blames teachers for students' failures, puts kids and teachers at risk, and makes shootings more likely. But it was built as a pioneering approach to discipline and safety. I was just fine with the old approach of discipline and safety, it was called "discipline and safety."  213827 But the Obama-Biden administration took Parkland's bad policies and forced them into schools across America. When President Trump rescinded Obama's guidance on restorative justice policies, he put an end to that. And that meant the world to me. It's hard to tell how much Mr. Biden understands about what happened at Parkland. Mr. Biden has campaigned on bringing back restorative justice as part of -- as part of his Unity Platform with Bernie Sanders, and has pledged to implement it in school districts across America. 213901 But he doesn't even seem to know when the shooting happened. He said that he was vice president when it happened, but he wasn't. Mr. Biden may not know when my daughter was murdered, but I do -- February 14th, 2018. Mr. Biden may not know that these policies make shootings more likely, but I do. Mr. Biden may not know who was vice president that day, but I do. It wasn't Joe Biden. It was Mike Pence, thank god.  213931 And I know who the President was too. It wasn't Barack Obama, it was president Donald J. Trump, and he took action. I truly believe the safety of our kids depends on whether this man is re-elected. I hope you'll join me in helping to make that happen. Mr. President, myself and millions of Americans appreciate you and love you. God bless America, and god bless our president Donald J. Trump. Thank you.  VIDEO INTRODUCING THE MCCLOSKEYS 210405 NEWSCAST (ON VIDEO)>> A curfew now in effect in the City of St. Louis.  NEWSCAST (ON VIDEO)>> Protests in St. Louis turn violent. WOMAN (VO)>> You're a racist. You're a coward [ bleep ].  MAN (VO)>> Call the [ bleep ] Cops. You f*cking b*tch. WOMAN (VO)>> We're gonna kill you b*tch. MAN (VO)>> I'm a rape you, b*tch. NEWSCAST (ON VIDEO)>> Mark McCloskey said he and his family have been threatened with violence.  NEWSCAST (ON VIDEO)>> Under Missouri law, you have a right to defend your home and the lives of your family. NEWSCAST (ON VIDEO)>> A search warrant has been executed at the home of Mark and Patty McCloskey.  214033 NEWSCAST (ON VIDEO)>> The husband and wife, attorneys, charged with pointing guns at protesters. NEWSCAST (ON VIDEO)>> They were simply trying to protect their home. PATRICIA AND MARK MCCLOSKEY 214028 MARK MCCLOSKEY>> Good evening, America. We are Mark and Patty McCloskey who are speaking to you tonight from St. Louis, Missouri where just weeks ago, you may have seen us defending our home, as a mob of protesters descended on our neighbor.  214053 PATTY MCCLOSKEY>> America is such a great country that not only do you have the right to own a gun and use it to defend yourselves, but thousands of Americans will offer you free advice on how to use it, at least that's what we experienced. What you saw happen to us could just as easily happen to any of you who are watching from quiet neighborhoods around our country, and that's what we want to speak to you about tonight.  214116 MARK MCCLOSKEY>> That's exactly right. Whether it's the defunding of police, ending cash bails so criminals can be released back out on the streets the same day to riot again or encouraging anarchy and chaos on our streets, it seems as if the Democrats no longer view the government's job as protecting honest citizens from criminals, but rather protecting criminals from honest citizens. Not a single person in the out of control mob you saw at our house was charged with a crime.  214149 But you know who was? We were. They have actually charged us with felonies for daring to defend our home. On top of that, consider this: the marxist liberal activist leading the mob to our neighborhood stood outside our home with a bull horn screaming, "you can't stop the revolution." Just weeks later, that same marxist activist won the democratic nomination to hold a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives in the city of St. Louis. 214222 That's the same as winning the general election. That marxist revolutionary is now going to be the Congresswoman from the first district of Missouri. These radicals are not content with marching in the streets. They want to walk the halls of congress. They want to take over. They want power. This is Joe Biden's party. These are the people who will be in charge of your future, and the future of your children.  214249 P MCCLOSKEY>> They're not satisfied with spreading the chaos and violence into our communities. They want to abolish the suburbs all together. By ending single family home zoning. This forced rezoning would bring crime, lawlessness and low quality apartments into now-thriving suburban neighborhoods.  214307 President Trump smartly ended this government overreach. But Joe Biden wants to bring it back. These are the policies that are coming to a neighborhood near you. So make no mistake, no matter where you live, your family will not be safe in the radical Democrats America.  214327 M MCCLOSKEY>> At this moment in history, if you stand up for yourself and for the values our country was founded on, the mob spurred on by their allies in the media, will try to destroy you. You've seen us on your TV screens and Twitter feeds. You know that we're not the kind of people who back down. Thankfully, neither is Donald Trump. President Trump will defend the god given right of every American to protect their homes and their families.  214356 But more than that, Trump's vision for America is a country where you have an opportunity to work hard and build the life you dream of with a job you love, with your children being educated in great schools, in a community where your family can play in the backyard without fear, worship in a church without shame and express your beliefs without retribution. Trump brought us the greatest economy our country had ever seen. The Democrats have brought us nothing but destruction.  214430 P MCCLOSKEY>> When we don't have basic safety and security in our communities, we'll never be free to build a brighter future for ourselves, for our children or for our country. That's what's at stake in this election, and that's why we must re-elect Donald Trump. God bless you, god bless the president.  214451 BOTH>> And god bless these united States.  ??  KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE 214500 GUILFOYLE>> Good evening, America, I'm Kimberly Guilfoyle. I speak to you tonight as a mother, a former prosecutor, a Latina, and a proud American. And yes a proud supporter of president Donald J. Trump. Why? Because he is the president who delivers for America. He built the greatest economy the world has ever known. For the strivers, the working class and middle class. As commander in chief, he always puts America first. President Trump is the law and order president.  214535 Now, presidential leadership is not guaranteed. It is a choice. Biden, Harris and the rest of the socialists will fundamentally change this nation. They want open borders, closed schools, dangerous amnesty and will selfishly send your jobs back to China while they get rich. They will defund, dismantle and destroy America's law enforcement.  214601 When you are in trouble, and need police, don't count on the Democrats. As a first generation American, I know how dangerous their socialist agenda is. My mother Mercedes, was a special education teacher from (?), Puerto Rico. My father, also an immigrant, came to this nation in pursuit of the American dream. Now I consider it my duty to fight to protect that dream.  214631 Rioters must not be allowed to destroy our cities. Human sex drug traffickers should not be allowed to cross our border. The same socialist policies which destroyed places like Cuba, and Venezuela must not take root in our cities and our schools. If you want to see the socialist biden/harris future for our country, just take a look at California.  214700 It is a place of immense wealth, immeasurable innovation and immaculate environment. And the Democrats turned it into a land of discarded heroin needles in parks, riots in streets and blackouts in homes. In president trump's America, we light things up, we don't dim them down. We build things up, we don't burn them down. We kneel in prayer and we stand for our flag.  214735 This election is a battle for the soul of America. Your choice is clear. Do you support the cancel culture, the cosmopolitan elites of Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer and Joe Biden who blame America first? Do you think America is to blame? Or do you believe in American greatness?  214801 Believe in yourself, in president trump, in individual and personal responsibility. They want to destroy this country, and everything that we have fought for and hold dear. They want to steal your liberty, your freedom, they want to control what you see and think, and believe so that they can control how you live.  214827 They want to enslave you to the weak dependent liberal victim ideology to the point that you will not recognize this country or yourself. From the beginning, when president trump spoke about making America great again, he was speaking about that shining city on a hill, and restoring the beacon of light that once shined so bright. His promise was to put America first and he has. 214900 When president trump cut middle class taxes, putting tens of thousands of dollars back in the pockets of working class Americans, that beacon began to flicker once again. When president trump commanded the defeat of ISIS, took out Al-baghdadi and soleimani and paved the way for peace in the middle East, that beacon started to glow. When he negotiated historic trade deals with Canada, Mexico, Japan and China, bringing back thousands of manufacturing jobs to America, that beacon shined bright once again for the world to see.  214939 America, it's all on the line. President Trump believes in you. He emancipates and lifts you up to live your American dream. You are capable. You are qualified. You are powerful, and you have the ability to choose your life and determine your destiny. Don't let the Democrats take you for granted.  215005 Don't let them step on you. Don't let them destroy your families, your lives, and your future. Don't let them kill future generations because they told you, and brainwash you, and fed you lies that you aren't good enough. Like my parents, you can achieve your American dream. You can be that shining example to the world.  215028 Manifest and be the change in this country that you dream, that you hope, that you believe in. Stand for an American president who is fearless, who believes in you, and who loves this country and will fight for her. President Trump is the leader who will rebuild the promise of America and ensure that every citizen can realize their American dream.  215054 Ladies and gentlemen, leaders and fighters for freedom and liberty and the American dream, the best is yet to come!  STEVE SCALISE 215128  SCALISE>> I'm congressman Steve Scalise. We're facing some tough challenges in America. This isn't the first time we've been here. I've worked closely with Donald trump over the last  few years, and if there's one constant theme to how he approaches problems, it's how much he cares about the hardworking people that Washington left behind. I've seen this first hand. After I was shot on a baseball field by a leftist gunman, first responders rushed me to a hospital where I battled for my life.  215156 That same night, Donald Trump came to the hospital along with First Lady Melania Trump. They consoled my wife, Jennifer. They were there for my family in my darkest hours. Donald Trump would call to check on me throughout the following weeks, just to see how I was doing. That's the kind of person he is. That's the side of Donald Trump that the media will never show you. Look, there's a lot at stake. This is an election between a party that wants to burn down the foundations of our country to the ground, and a party that wants to rebuild and protect our great nation.  215231 The left wants to defund the police. This is personal to me. I wouldn't be here without the bravery and heroism of the men and women in law enforcement who saved my life. President Trump stands with those brave men and women. Joe Biden has embraced the left's insane notion to defund them. There won't be an America to leave to our children and grandchildren without those brave law enforcement officers and first responders.  215257 Joe Biden's made a career in Washington for 47 years, promising things he's never delivered. In just 3 short years, President Trump has delivered huge wins for American families. While Joe Biden made hollow promises when he chaired the Senate Judiciary Committee, Donald Trump took action and delivered criminal justice reform. Joe Biden claims to care about the working man, but millions of good manufacturing jobs were shipped overseas during the Obama-Biden years, to countries like China.  215328 Donald Trump brought those jobs back. I've sne how deeply president Trump cares about rebuilding our evaporating middle class. President Trump pledged to give the forgotten men and women of America a real shot at the American dream. And again, he delivered. With the lowest unemployment rate in 50 years, women creating small businesses at record pace, wages rising, the fastest, by the way for lowest income levels. What can Joe Biden say to that?   215354 What has Joe Biden done in his 47 years in Washington that can compare to that? President Trump has delivered for the hard-working people of this great nation. It's gonna take that kind of bold leadership to get us out of this covid crisis.  215410 After President Trump saved lives by shutting down flights from China and Europe, he's now  focusing the full weight of the government on a revolutionary plan to cure this virus by cutting red tape and empowering scientists to create a vaccine.  215424 This is visionary leadership in action at a time that we can't afford another 47 years of hollow promises. America has been through tough times before. Who better to lead us out of these tough times than the president who already build the strongest economy our country has ever seen? Donald Trump did it before. Donald Trump will deliver for us again. God bless you and god bless these United States of America.  SEAN PARNELL 215505 PARNELL>> I'm Sean Parnell, and it is an honor to be here. In 2006, the Army sent me to Afghanistan as a young platoon leader placed in command of Americans from every corner of our planet. Our platoon reflected the diversity of our nation -- every race, creed and religion. Despite those differences, we were bound together as brothers from the same American family. On June 10, 2006, our platoon was attacked just after dawn.  215535 Outnumbered ten to one, we endured mortar and machine gun fire as hundreds of Taliban charged us from three sides. We had 24 men that day. Wave after wave after Taliban advanced up the hill.  I was wounded three times in the fighting. Nearly all of my platoon was wounded within the first minute. But the enemy kept coming. We fought to our last rounds of ammunition and when it was over, we held the hill.  215602 In the face of death, I saw ordinary Americans become heroes. In our darkest hour, when our survival depended on each other, my men and I learned an important lesson -- we all bleed red. Our differences did not define us. United, we were unbeatable. After 485 days of combat, I came home, eager to enjoy the freedoms I risked my life to defend.  215630 But I watched with alarm as the party of my grandfather, a life-long union Democrat, turned against the very people it professed to represent. I watched as Joe Biden spit venom at an auto worker that dared to question his intent to dismantle the Second Amendment and take your guns. Where Democrats once stood for hard working, law abiding Americans who displayed our flag with pride, this new democratic party considers these people uneducated racists clinging to guns and bible.  215700 The party of Harry Truman became the party of hedge fund managers, Hollywood celebrities, tech moguls and university professors, all bloated with contempt for middle America. I look across the aisle and I do not see a party that wants you to pursue your dreams. I see a Democrat party that wants to dictate what those dreams are. I don't see a party that wants you to be free. I see a party that wants to chain you to conformity, and will destroy anyone they deem a heretic.  215730 I swore an oath to defend my country and its constitution. President Trump has sworn to do the same. That's why he's advanced freedom, despite savage political attacks, to overcome the agenda of the Radical Left. President Trump has unleashed the economic might of this nation like no other president in our history. He triggered the rising tide of working families, brought us energy independence, reclaimed jobs from overseas that, you know, Democrats said would never return.  215801 He's fiercely defended the besieged first and second amendment. That is just a start. With four more years, imagine what we can achieve by simply working with our president. I believe in our President's vision for the future. I stand here tonight calling on all Americans to join us. It doesn't matter what you look like, who you love, how you worship, your gender or your job. If you're a traditional Democrat who's become disillusioned with how radical your party has become, then stand with us.  215833 You are most welcome. America needs all her patriots to rush to her defense. My fellow Americans, I promise you this: in our tent, you are free -- free to speak the truth, choose your journey, define your life. You have the power to go as far as you aim, then aim higher and keep going because that's what Americans do. We're idealists and dreamers, lovers of adventure. We're rugged and independent.  215903 We don't make excuses. We make the impossible a reality. Think about it. In a century, we went from ground bound dreamers gazing to the stars to doers who created the means to reach them. This is not the time to stand on the sidelines. If you love our country as we do, as our president does, join the chorus of patriot voices that will preserve this exceptional union.  215930 Mr. President, lead the way. Millions in our American family believe in this path to destiny. Guide us to that horizon. Thank you, and may god bless the United States of America.  DRAIN THE SWAMP VIDEO 215950 VO>> We come together to imagine a future determined by the shining light of our hopes and values and faith. A country where we are judged by our character, with dignity and respect for all. The belief that all are created equal, that lives matter irrespective of race, creed or color. 220020 Committed to excelling beyond our dreams. Four years ago, we faced an historic crossroad. Career politicians promising change every election, but delivering emptiness. We chose a different path. A man who is not a politician, a man who cares, a man who works tirelessly for you.  220048 Still, politicians spun their deceptions and obstructed progress, fanning the flames of lawlessness. We all know that it is easy to criticize. It takes a true leader to solve problems. Covid-19 -- while others criticized without solutions, President Trump's swift action saved lives. And as leading Democrats want to keep businesses closed down, our President is leading the way for full economic recovery. 220119 We are America. We, as Americans, work together to overcome challenges, right our own stories. America: land of promise, land of opportunity, land of heroes, land of greatness.  FREEING HOSTAGES VIDEO 220143 >> I thought I had been forgotten.  >> I nearly gave up hope.  >> I was so afraid.  >> I believed I would die here.  VO>> American hostages, forgotten and wasting away in far-off prisons, wrongfully detained by foreign governments. Americans were beaten, abused, starved, and left for dead, until President Donald Trump stepped in.  220218 NEWSCAST (VO)>> The three American hostages are finally back on U.S. Soil after being held captive in North Korea.  NEWSCAST (ON VIDEO)>> We're following some breaking news in Turkey where an American pastor Andrew Brunson has been released.  NEWSCAST (ON VIDEO)>> An American jailed in Egypt is back in the US this morning after an intervention by the Trump administration.  VO>> A tough and skilled negotiator, President Trump successfully won the release of detainees and prisoners, among the most of any president in American history. While families waited in despair for news of their loved ones, president Trump provided a new spark of hope by bringing our hostages home.  220252 TRUMP (VO)>> We have Danny birch back home where he should be. He was in Yemen in a very horrible situation.  TRUMP (VO)>> Yesterday, the United States' government secured the release of Caitlin Cole, Joshua Boyle and their three children.  TRUMP (VO)>> Today, we are bringing home another American citizen.  TRUMP (VO)>> We just had news that Turkey released a prisoner that we were trying to get to the United States.  220320 VO>> Under this administration, America has not and will not turn its back on our people. President Trump will bring them home.  VO>> Diplomacy, negotiation skills, perseverance, faith, the ingredients of hope when there is no hope. No American should ever be left behind. Priority: freeing American hostages.  220358 DONALD TRUMP>> We have six incredible people who were held hostage by various countries. And Ambassador O'Brien and others and I will tell you, we -- we're proud of the job we did, but I'd like to ask mayble Pastor Brunson to say a few words. We can go through and just give us a little history of what happened and how is life treating you?  220428 ANDREW BRUNSON>> I was held in Turkey for two years. And you took unprecedented steps actually to secure my release and your administration really fought for me. And I don't -- I think if you hadn't done that, I may still be in Turkey. So I'm very grateful for that.  DONALD TRUMP>> 28 years, right? They had you there for -- they had you scheduled for a long time, Andrew. ANDREW BRUNSON>> Yeah.  DONALD TRUMP>> We had to get you back. I have to say that to me President Erdogan was very good. And I know they had you scheduled for a long time and you're a very innocent person. And he ultimately after we had a few conversations, he agreed. So we appreciate that. And we appreciate the people of Turkey. You still appreciate the people of Turkey I understand, right?  220509 ANDREW BRUNSON>> We love the Turkish people.  DONALD TRUMP>> That's great. It's great to have you back, Andrew. Thank you. Please.  SAM GOODWIN>> Mr. President, thank you for having me.  DONALD TRUMP>> Thank you. SAM GOODWIN>> My name is Sam Goodwin. I'm from St. Louis, Missouri. I was held in Syria for 63 days. And I think I speak for my fellow former hostages and detainees here when I say I'm as grateful as I've ever been for anything to be home safely and thank you for the invitation and opportunity to be here. Particularly Ambassador o'brien was incredibly supportive and helpful to my family. I can't say enough nice things about him. Thank you for promoting him. And just really happy to be here. So thank you. 220544 DONALD TRUMP>> We got you back.  SAM GOODWIN>> You got me back, yeah.  DONALD TRUMP>> We got you all back. And we have some more that we're working on right now to get back that we better do. Please go ahead.  >> My name is Mike (?), Mr. President. I do want to again --  It's an honor to be here. Honored to meet you in person. Basically what had happened with me is I traveled over to the country of Iran. It turned out it was a major, major trap and I was apprehended there.  220607 I went through a lot in their injustice system, the Iranian injustice system. Iran is an oppressive extortionist terrorist regime. You know what I'm talking about. But what you did, sir, is you were able to get me out of that prison in record time. It was amazing.  DONALD TRUMP>> Thank you very much.  >> Thank you, Mr. President. The honor is all mine. DONALD TRUMP>>  Please.  JOSH HOLT>> Yeah, my name is Josh holt. This is my wife, Tammy. We were held hostage in Venezuela for two years.  DONALD TRUMP>> I know very well.  220634 JOSH HOLT>> And you -- you helped us get out. Senator Hatch worked with you very well on that as well and It was a great honor to be able to meet you right when we got back. I remember a lot of people asking what was it like meeting president trump? And I would just say I was like I was blown away. I just got released after two years, then I'm shaking the hand of the president in the oval office. I don't really remember a whole lot of it. So it's nice to meet you again. It's been, It's been great to be back, helping people through situations that they've gone through. Now we are starting our family.  220701 DONALD TRUMP>> Well, the great people of Utah really wanted me to do something about the two of you and we were able to do it. And a little bit of a miracle, I think, frankly. JOSH HOLT>> It was. DONALD TRUMP>> Because that was a very hostile period. And we appreciate everybody working so hard with us but we were able to get you both back. And are you living in Utah now I hope?  JOSH HOLT>> We're still living in Utah.  DONALD TRUMP>> That's good. Say hello to the folks in Utah because they're great people. Thank you very much. Congratulations. Please.  220727 >> I'm Brian (?). I spent an unexpected trip there in India. I was not going to India, I was going through India to Nepal where I've been working for the last 18 years. But on behalf of my family and myself, thank you, president trump, for getting us out and getting us home. The darkest moment of our whole time together, your letter to my wife came and it really gave her the hope and the peace.  DONALD TRUMP>> That's great. >> From that time forward as more people got involved, especially the ambassador there in India, things became more peaceful and the hope was there for the last four months that we really would get to come home because they had planned on keeping me for three to five years. The original charge thing was three to five years. That was cleared. Then they came up with new charges to do a seven-year term.  220815 DONALD TRUMP>> Well, India responded very well to my request so we appreciate that.  >> And I appreciate everything y'all did. DONALD TRUMP>> Thank you for being with us. We have a few more people we want to get back and we will get them back and they'll be back very soon. Thank you very much. Appreciate it. Great stories.  MAXIMO ALVEREZ 220835 MAXIMO ALVAREZ>> Hello. My name is Maximo Alvarez. I live in Miami, Florida, not far from the strait of Florida which is just a 90 mile wide blue strip from me. It divides freedom from fear. It divides the past from the future. I know all about the past. I'll never forget my own. My family has fled totalitarianism and communism more than once.  220910 First my dad from Spain, and then from Cuba. But my families don't run away. By the grace of god, I live the American dream, the greatest blessing I ever had. My dad only had a 6th grade education told me don't lose this place, you will never be (?). I'm speaking to you today because my family's don't abandon what we've rightfully earned. There's no place to hide.  220946 I'm speaking to you today because president trump may not always be politically correct, he's in fact a successful businessman, not your average career politician. Our president is just another family man, a friend, but most important, our elected commander in chief who puts America first. Keep in mind the other guy running for president is mostly concerned about power. Yes, yes, power for them but not for the benefit of all Americans.  221024 I'm speaking to you today because I have seen people like this before. I've seen movements like this before. I've seen ideas like this before. And I am here to tell you we cannot let them take over our country. I heard the promises of Fidel Castro. And I can never forget all those who grew up around me who look like me, who suffer and starve and died because they believe those empty promises. They swallow their communist poison pill.  221105 If you have a chance, go to the freedom tower in Miami. Stop and listen. You can still hear the sounds of those broken promises. It is the sound of waves in the ocean carrying families clinging to pieces of wood. Families with children who can't swim but willing to risk everything to reach this blessed land. It is the sound of tears hitting the paper of an application to become an American citizen. Most heard and like the promises but soon after, they experience the reality. 221149 Look at them, listen to them, learn the truth. Those false promises, spread the wealth, free education, free health care, defund the police? Trust a socialist state more than your family and your community? They don't sound radical to my ears. They sound familiar. Fidel Castro was asked if he was a communist. He said he was a Roman catholic. He knew he had to hide the truth.  221230 But the country I was born in is gone, totally destroyed. When I watch the news and Seattle, Chicago, Portland, and other cities, when I see the history being rewritten, when I hear the promises, I hear echoes of a former life I never wanted to hear again. I see shadows I thought I had outrun.  221305 My parents only wanted one person to decide my fate, me, not some body member, not some government official, not some bureaucrat. In America, I would decide my own future. I am so grateful to America, the place where I was able to build my American dream through hard work and determination. President Trump knows that the American story was written by people just like you and I who love our country and take risks to build a future for our families and neighbors.  221347 I may be Cuban born, but I am 100% American. This is the greatest country in the world. And I said this before. If I gave away everything that I have today, it would not equal 1% of what I was given when I came to this great country of ours. The gift of freedom. Right now it is up to us to decide our fate and to choose freedom over oppression.  221432 President trump, he's fighting the forces of anarchy and communism. And I know he will continue to do just that. And what about his opponent and the rest of the swamp? I have no doubt they will hand the country over to those dangerous forces. You and I will decide. And here's what I've decided. My decision is very easy.  221505 I choose president trump because I choose America. I choose freedom. I still hear my dad. There is no other place to go. Thank you, and may the good lord bless America.  [RNC VIDEO] 211536 >> The Democrats are just going more and more left.  >> Many positive about socialism liking it more than capitalism. 221540 SANDERS (ON VIDEO)>>  Many of the ideas we fought for that were considered radical are now mainstream. The compromise that they came up with, if implemented, will make Biden the most Progressive president since FDR.  221557 >> The radical left has taken over the democratic party. And Joe Biden is marching in lock step with them. Biden and the far left are promising to crush middle class families with trillions in new taxes.  221611 BIDEN (ON VIDEO)>> If you elect me, your taxes will be raised, not cut.  >> Promising amnesty and health care for 11 million illegal immigrants.  BIDEN (ON VIDEO)>> Citizenship for 11 million undocumented folks. >> Promising to shut down energy exploration, killing jobs and hurting America's economy.  221626 BIDEN (ON VIDEO)>> I guarantee, we're going to end fossil fuel.  >> In Joe Biden's America, the radical left gets whatever they want and you get to pay for it. They have already taken over Joe Biden and the democratic party. Don't let them take over America.  NIKKI HALEY 101651 HALEY>> Good evening. I'm Nikki Haley, and it's great to be back at the Republican National Convention. I'll start with a little story. It's about an American ambassador to the United Nations. And it's about a speech she gave to this convention. She called for the re-election of the Republican president she served, and she called out his democratic opponent, a former Vice President from a failed administration.  221720 That ambassador said, and I quote, "Democrats always blame America first." The year was 1984. The president was Ronald Reagan, and ambassador Jean Kirkpatrick's words are just as  true today. Joe Biden and the Democrats are still blaming America first. Donald Trump has always put America first, and he has earned four more years as president.  221754 It was an honor of a lifetime to serve as the United States ambassador to the United Nations. Now, the U.N. is not for the faint of heart. It's a place where dictators, murderers, and thieves denounce America, and then put their hands out and demand that we pay their bills. Well, president Trump put an end to all of that. With his leadership, we did what Barack Obama and Joe Biden refused to do.  221823 We stood up for America, and we stood against our enemies. Obama and Biden let North Korea threaten America. President Trump rejected that weakness, and we passed the toughest sanctions on North Korea in history. Obama and Biden let Iran get away with murder and literally sent them a plane full of cash. President Trump did the right thing and ripped up the Iran nuclear deal.  211852 Obama and Biden led the United Nations to denounce our friend and ally, Israel. President Trump moved our embassy to Jerusalem and when the U.N. tried to condemn us, I was proud to cast the American veto. This president has a record of strength and success. The former vice president has a record of weakness and failure. Joe Biden is good for Iran and ISIS, great for communist China.  221923 And he's a godsend to everyone who wants America to apologize, abstain, and abandon our values. Donald Trump takes a different approach. He's tough on China, and he took on ISIS and won. And he tells the world what it needs to hear. At home, the President is the clear choice on jobs and the economy. He's moved America forward, while Joe Biden has held America back. When Joe was V.P., I was governor of the great state of South Carolina. We had a pretty good run.  222000 Manufacturers of all kinds flocked to our state from overseas, creating tens of thousands of American jobs. People were referring to South Carolina as the "beast of the southeast," which I loved. Everything we did happened in spite of Joe Biden and his old boss. We cut taxes, they raised them. We slashed red tape, they piled on more mandates. And when we brought in good-paying jobs, Biden and Obama sued us.  222034 I fought back, and they gave up. A Biden-Harris administration would be much, much worse. Last time Joe's boss was Obama. This time, it would be Pelosi, Sanders, and the Squad. Their vision for America is socialism, and we know that socialism has failed everywhere. They want to tell Americans how to live and what to think. They want a government takeover of health care.  222106 They want to ban fracking and kill millions of jobs. They want massive tax hikes on working families. Joe Biden and the socialist Left would be a disaster for our economy, but President Trump is leading a new era of opportunity. Before communist China gave us the coronavirus, we were breaking economic records left and right. The pandemic has set us back, but not for long.  222134 President Trump brought our economy back before, and he will bring it back again. There is one more important area where our president is right. He knows that political correctness and cancel culture are dangerous, and just plain wrong. In much of the Democratic party, it's now fashionable to say that America is racist. That is a lie. America is not a racist country. 222206 This is personal for me. I am the proud daughter of Indian immigrants. They came to America, and settled in a small southern town. My father wore a turban. My mother wore a sari. I was a brown girl in a black and white world. We faced discrimination and hardship, but my parents never gave into grievance and hate. My mom built a successful business. My dad taught 30 years at a historically black college.  222240 And the people of South Carolina chose me as their first minority and first female governor. America is a story that's a work in progress. Now is the time to build on that progress and make America even freer, fairer, and better for everyone. That's why it's so tragic to see so much of the Democratic party turning a blind eye towards riots and rage. The American people know we can do better, and of course we value and respect every black life.  222314 The black cops who have been shot in the line of duty, they matter. The black small business owners who have watched their life's work go up in flames, they matter. The black kids who've been gunned down on the playground, their lives matter too. And their lives are being ruined and stolen by the violence on our streets. It doesn't have to be like this. It wasn't like this in South Carolina five years ago. Our state came face to face with evil. 222347 A white supremacist walked into Mother Emmanuel church during bible study. 12 African-Americans pulled up a chair and prayed with him for an hour. Then, he began to shoot. After that horrific tragedy, we didn't turn against each other. We came together -- black and white, Democrat and Republican. Together, we made the hard choices needed to heal and removed a divisive symbol peacefully and respectfully.  222421 What happened then should give us hope now. America isn't perfect. But the principles we hold dear are perfect. If there's one thing I've learned, it's that even on our worst day, we are blessed to live in America. It's time to keep that blessing alive for the next generation. This president and this party are committed to that noble task.  222449 We seek a nation that rises together, not falls apart in anarchy and anger. We know that the only way to overcome America's challenges is to embrace America's strengths. We are striving to reach a brighter future where every child goes to a world-class school chosen by their parents, where every family lives in a safe community with good jobs, where every entrepreneur has the freedom to achieve and inspire; 222519 where every believer can worship without fear and every life is protected, where every girl and boy, every woman and man of every race and religion has the best shot at the best life. In this election, we must choose the only candidate who has and who will continue delivering on that vision.  222542 President Trump and Vice President Pence have my support, and America has our promise. We will build on the progress of our past, and unlock the promise of our future. That future starts when the American people re-elect president Donald Trump. Thank you, good night, and may god always bless America.  DONALD TRUMP JR.  222628 TRUMP JR>> Good evening, America. I'm Donald Trump Jr. We're here tonight to talk about the great American story, to talk about this country we all  love, this land of promise and opportunity, of heroes and greatness. Just a few short months ago, we were seeing the American dream become a reality for more of our citizens than ever before. The greatest prolonged economic expansion in American history, the lowest unemployment rate in nearly 50 years.  222656 The lowest unemployment rates  ever for black Americans, hispanic-americans, women, and pretty much every other demographic group. And then, courtesy of the Chinese communist party, the virus struck. The president quickly took action and shut down travel from China. Joe Biden and his Democrat allies called my father a racist and a xenophobe for doing it. They put political correctness ahead of the safety and security  of the American people.  222726 Fortunately, as the virus began to spread, the president acted quickly and ensured ventilators got to hospitals that needed them most.  222733 He delivered PP and E to our brave front line workers. And he rallied the mighty American private sector to tackle this new challenge. There is more work to do, but there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Job gains are outpacing what the so-called experts expected. But Biden's radical left-wing policies would stop our economic recovery cold. He is already talking about shutting the country down again.  222800 It's madness. Democrats claim to be for workers, but they've spent the entire pandemic trying to sneak a tax break for millionaires and Democrat states into the covid relief bill. Then, they attacked my father for suspending the payroll tax for middle-class workers. In fact, if you think about it,    222826 He supported the worst trade deals in the history of the planet. He voted for the nafta nightmare. Down the tubes went our auto industry. He pushed for ttp, good-bye, manufacturing jobs.  222839 Beijing Biden is so weak on China that the intelligence community recently assessed that the Chinese communist party favors Biden. They know he'll weaken us both economically and on a world stage.  222853 Biden also wants to bring in more illegal immigrants to take jobs from American citizens. His open border policies would drive wages down for Americans at a time when low-income workers were getting real wage increases for the first time in modern history. He's pledged to repeal the trump tax cuts, which were the biggest in our country. After eight years of Obama and Biden's slow growth, trump's policies have been like rocket fuel to the economy and especially to the middle class.  222926 Biden has promised to take that money back out of your pocket and keep it in the swamp. That makes sense though, considering Joe Biden is basically the lochness monster of the swamp. For the past half century, he's been lurking around in there. He sticks his head up every now and then to run for president. Then he disappears and doesn't do much in between. So if you're looking for hope, look to the man who did what the failed obama/biden administration never could do and built the greatest economy our country has ever seen.  222959 And president trump will do it again. We will be stronger than ever because when we put our mind to it, there is no obstacle that America can't surmount. Except there's a difference this time. In the past, both parties believed in the goodness of America. We agreed on where we wanted to go. We just disagreed on how to get there. This time the other party is attacking the very principles on which our nation was founded.  223029 Freedom of thought, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, the rule of law. Thomas Jefferson famously said "I have sworn upon the altar of god eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man." Our founders believed there was nothing more important than protecting our god-given right to think for ourselves. Now, the left, they're trying to cancel all of those founders.  223057 They don't seem to understand this important principle: In order to improve in the future, we must learn from our past, not erase it. So we're not going to tear down  monuments and forget the people who built our great nation. Instead, we will learn from our past so we don't repeat any mistakes. And we will work tirelessly to improve the lives of all Americans. Joe Biden and the radical left are now coming for our freedom of speech. They want to bully us into submission. If they get their way, it will no longer be the silent majority. It will be the silenced majority.  223135 This has to stop. Freedom of expression used to be a liberal value, at least before the radical left took over. Now the Republican party is the home of free speech, the place where anyone from any background can speak their mind, and may the best ideas win. People of faith are under attack. You're not allowed to go to church, but mass chaos in the streets gets a pass.  223201 It's almost like this election is shaping up to be church, work, and school versus rioting, looting, and vandalism. Or in the words of Biden and the Democrats, "peaceful protesting." Anarchists have been flooding our streets, and Democrat mayors are ordering the police to stand down. Small businesses across America, many of them minority-owned, are being torched by mobs.  223229 The Democrat mayors pretend it's not happening. They actually called it a summer of love. And that brings me to another important principle. Every American must be free to  live without fear of violence in your country, in your communities, and in your homes. All men and women are created equal and must be treated equally under the law. That's why we must put an end to racism, and we must ensure that any police officer who abuses their powers is held accountable.  223302 What happened to George Floyd is a disgrace. And if you know a police officer, you know they agree with that too. But we cannot lose sight of the fact that our police are American heroes. They deserve our deepest appreciation because no matter what the Democrats say, you and I both know when we dial 9-1-1, we don't want it going to voicemail. So defunding the police is not an option.  223329 Everything starts with safety and security. You can't have anything else without it. You can't focus on building a better future for your children without the peace of mind that they can study safely in their classrooms, play safely in their neighborhoods, and sleep safely in their beds. But safety is only the beginning. Trump's America is a land of opportunity, a place of promise. I was fortunate enough to grow up in a family that could afford the best schools and the finest universities. But a great education cannot be the exclusive right of the rich and powerful.  223403 It must be accessible to all, and that's why my dad is pro-school choice. That's why he's called education access the civil rights issue not just of our time but of all time. It is unacceptable that too many African-American and Hispanic-american children are stuck in bad schools just because of their zip code. Donald Trump will not stand for it.  223428 If Democrats really wanted to help minorities in underserved communities, instead of bowing to big-money union bosses, they'd let parents choose what school is best for their kids, they'd limit immigration to protect American workers, they'd support the police who protect our neighborhoods, they'd learn how to negotiate trade deals that prioritize America's interest for a change, they'd end the endless wars and quit sending our young people to solve problems in foreign lands.  223459 They'd cut taxes for families and workers. They'd create opportunity Zones that drive investment into inner cities. In other words, if Democrats cared for the forgotten men and women of our country, they'd do exactly what President Trump is doing. America is the greatest country on Earth. But my father's entire world view revolves around the idea that we can always do even better.  223527 Imagine the life you want to have -- one with a great job, a beautiful home, a perfect family. You can have it. Imagine the country you want to live in -- one with true equal opportunity, where hard work pays off and justice is served with compassion and without partiality. You can have it. Imagine a world where the evils of communism and radical islamic terrorism are not given a chance to spread, where heroes are celebrated and the good guys win.  223600 You can have it. That is the life, that is the country, that is the world that Donald Trump and the Republican party are after. And, yes, you can have it. Because, unlike Joe Biden and the radical left Democrats, our party is open to everyone. It starts by rejecting radicals who want to drag us into the dark, and embracing the man who represents a bright and beautiful future for all.  223630 It starts by re-electing Donald J. Trump, President of the United States. Thank you, and god bless America.  CATALINA AND MADELINE LAUF 223646 CATALINA LAUF>> I'm Catalina Lauf. I work in the political space. MADELINE LAUF>> And I'm Madeline Lauf, and I'm the founder of Begin Health, a children's nutritional company. CL>> We grew up in a really small town outside of Chicago. ML>> Our mom is from Guatemala. Our dad's a small business owner from Chicago. And so, you brought two different cultures together to create us. A little bit of crazy and a --  CL>> A little bit of fun, I guess. They taught us the values of hard work, liberty, to love this country unapologetically. 223718 Our dad is a beekeeper, and just had so many different things out in the countryside, and it was just such a sweet point (?). ML>> We grew up selling honey at farmer's markets, so my line was "have you ever been stung by a bee?" [laughing] But really, it was teaching us, again, entrepreneurship, small business, self reliance and that we're the ones that need to put in the hard work to get what we want. 223745 CL>> My mother, being from Guatemala, escaping what she had there, growing up in poverty and coming here to the United States, being able to fulfill her destiny and be somebody that she couldn't, there, in her home country -- ML>> And they really instilled in us this sense of purpose but also self accountability, and that we had to strive to do the things that we wanted and it was up to us to make those things happen. 223815 CL>> In America, there's no ceiling of opportunity. You know, you design your own destiny through personal responsibility, through hard work, through having a moral value system. That's the American dream, and President Trump's providing that for everybody. ML>> Look at my business, BeginHealth. As a small startup that is growing and launching, we are constantly trying to innovate, and the big challenge that Covid brought that we just didn't see coming was that just almost everything kind of just shut down. 223848 And when you are a small startup and you have limited funding and funding is really only to get you to that next milestone, we were really struggling. And so, we were able to apply for a PPP loan which really helped allow us to continue hiring and working and developing our product so that we could, ultimately, still launch. 223909 CL>> It's, now more than ever, so important to  have a President and an administration that understands that small business is the backbone of our economy. Tax cuts and Jobs Act was huge. Manufacturing, deregulation, fair trade -- these are things that affected really Americans.  223928 ML>> We have a champion in the Oval Office who has this business background. He actually understands the need for small businesses like my sister's to survive. We aren't the stereotypical conservative. I mean, we're -- we come from Hispanic descent, and we're millenial women, and that's not what the media wants. And so, somebody like AOC, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortes, this far left, these women come out with these very, very destructive political ideologies that are trying to infiltrate millennials and the next generation.  224005 I decided to step up and say, well, we need a countervoice to these women. CL>> There has been an assault on capitalism. Just generally. And I think it's very scary to imagine a Biden world, where the progressive-wing ideas are starting to take front and center stage. You know, that will really choke the American economy. There will be over regulation, over taxation. It's very hard to innovate through those two things. 224034 And ultimately, what's really sad is, you know, the making all of us dependent on the government. And we are not going to allow that to happen.  ML>> I've seen a lot of moderates, a lot of people now changing over because of everything that's been happening. This is a taste of Biden's America. I mean this, the rioting, the crime. Freedom is at stake now. And this is going to be the most important election of our lifetime.  224102 CL>> We want to preserve the America that our mother came here for. Having a thriving economy, that is keeping America great. And president Trump has delivered on that promise. He's truly fighting for the American people.  ML>> We're the greatest country in the world. Period. On our worst day, we're still the greatest country in the world. And in order to preserve that, it's by putting America first, having a thriving economy, having happiness.  SENATOR TIM SCOTT 224142 TIM SCOTT>> Good evening. I'm Senator Scott from the great state of South Carolina. To all of you tuning in and participating in the political process, god bless you. This isn't how I pictured tonight, but our country is experiencing something none of us envisioned. From a global pandemic to the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. 2020 has tested our nation in ways we haven't seen for decades, but regardless of the challenges presented to us, every four years, Americans come together to vote.  224214 To share stories of what makes our nation strong and the lessons we have learned that can strengthen it for further generations. Because while this election is between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, it's not solely about Donald Trump and Joe Biden. It's about the promise of America. It's about you and me. Our challenges and heart breaks, hopes and dreams. It's about how we'd respond when tackling critical issues like police reform.  224243 When Democrats called our work a token effort and walked out of the room during negotiations because they wanted the issue more than they wanted a solution. Do we want a society that breeds success or a culture that cancels everything it even slightly disagrees with?I know where I stand because you see, I am living my mother's American dream. My parents divorced when I was 7 years old and we moved in with my grandparents into a two bedroom home with me, my mom and my brother sharing a room and one bed. 224318 My mom worked 16 hours a day to keep food on the table and a roof over our heads. She knew if we could find the opportunity, bigger things would come. I thought I had to use football to succeed in life and my focus on academics faded away. My freshman year, I failed out. I failed four subjects. Spanish, English, world geography and even civics. Trust me though, after seven years in  the senate, I know I'm not the only one in congress who failed civics. 224353 But even while I was failing the ninth grade, my mother always said to me, Timmy, if you would just shoot for the moon, even if you miss, you'll be among the stars. She never lost faith in me even when I lost faith in myself. Because of her encouragement, I went to summer school and caught up. The next year I met my mentor, John (?), a Chick-fil-A operator. 224420 John saw something in me that I could not see in myself and started teaching me valuable life lessons like having a job would be a good thing. But creating jobs would be even better.That having an income could change my lifestyle, but creating a profit could change my community. He planted the seeds of what would become opportunity zones. This initiative that the president and I worked together on is now bringing more than $75 billion of private sector investment into distressed communities.  224455 I took those lessons to heart and started putting the pieces of my life back together. I realized a quality education is the closest thing to magic in America. That''s why I fight to this day for school choice. To make sure every child in every neighborhood has a quality education. I don't care if it's a public, private, charter, virtual or a home school. When a parent has a choice, their kid has a better chance.  224527 And the president has fought alongside me on that. Later in life, I started my own small business. That's why I know it's critical for us to have a tax code that encourages growth. We actually saw revenues to the treasury increase after we lowered taxes in 2017. Rest assured that Democrats do not want you to know that. After starting my small business and spending some time in local government, I decided to run for congress in 2010. The district is based in charleston, South Carolina where the civil war started.  224605 Against a son of our legendary Senator Strom Thurmond. You may be asking yourself, how does a poor black kid from a single parent household run and win in a race crowded with Republicans against a Thurmond? Because of the evolution of the southern heart. In an overwhelmingly white district, the voters judged me not on the color of my skin but on the content of my character.  224637 We live in a world that only wants you to believe in the bad news. Racially, economically and culturally polarizing news. The truth is, our nations arc always bends back towards fairness. We're not fully where we want to be, but I thank god almighty we're not where we used to be. We're always striving to be better.  224705  When we stumble, and we will, we pick ourselves back up and try again. We don't give in to cancel culture or the radical and factually baseless belief that things are worse today than in the 1860s or the 1960s. We have work to do, but I believe in the goodness of America, the promise that all men and all women are created equal and if you're watching tonight, I'm betting you do, too.  224737 Over the past four years, we've made tremendous progress towards that promise. President Trump built the most inclusive economy ever. Seven million jobs created pre-covid-19 and 2/3s of them went to women, African Americans and hispanics. The first new major effort to tackle poverty in a generation, opportunity zones. We put hard-earned tax dollars back in people's pockets by cutting their taxes especially for single parent households like the one I grew up in. Cutting single mother's taxes 70% on average. 224821 President Trump supported these tax cuts for those single moms and other working families and signed these policies into law and our nation is better off for it. So I'm going to ask you, the American people, not to simply look at what the candidates say, but to look back at what they have done. This election is about your future and it is critical to paint a full picture of the records of Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Joe Biden said if a black man didn't vote for him, he wasn't truly black.  224901 Joe Biden says black people are a monolithic community. It was Joe Biden who said poor kids can be just as smart as white kids and while his words are one thing, his actions take it to a whole new level. In 1994, Biden led the charge on a crime bill that put millions of black Americans behind bars. President Trump's criminal justice reform law fixed many of the disparities Biden created and made our system more fair and just for all Americans.  224937 Joe Biden also failed our nation's historically black colleges and universities. Heaping blame on them as they fought to ensure our young folks had access to higher education. Once again, to clean up Joe Biden's mess, president trump signed into law historically high funding for hbcu's as well as a bill to give them permanent funding for the first time ever.  225007 And now Joe Biden wants to come for your pocket books. Unless, of course, you're a blue state millionaire. I'm serious. That's one of their solutions for the pandemic. They want to take more money from your pocket and give it to Manhattan elites and Hollywood moguls so they get a tax break.  225028 Republicans, however, passed president trump's once in a generation tax reform bill that lowered taxes for single moms, working families and those in need. So when it comes to what Joe Biden says he will do, look at his actions. Look at his policies. Look at what he already did and what he didn't do while he's been in Washington for 47 years.  225059 Ladies and gentlemen, people don't always see those failures. Because they think we're having a policy debate on two sides of an issue. That is not what is happening.  225113 Our side is working on policy while Joe Biden's radical Democrats are trying to permanently transform what it means to be an American. Make no mistake, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris want a cultural revolution, a fundamentally different America. If we let them, they will turn our country into a socialist utopia. And history has taught us that path only leads to pain and misery, especially for hard-working people hoping to rise.  225148 Instead, we must focus on the promise of the American journey. I know that journey well. My grandfather's 99th birthday would have been tomorrow. Growing up, he had to cross the street if a white person was coming. He suffered the indignity of being forced out of school as a third grader to pick cotton. He never learned to read or write.  225219 Yet he lived long enough to see his grandson become the first African American to be elected to both the United States house and the United States senate in the history of this country. Our family went from cotton to congress in one lifetime. And that is why I believe the next American century can be better than the last.  225245 There are millions of families  just like mine all across this nation full of potential seeking to live the American dream. And I'm here tonight to tell you that supporting the Republican ticket gives you the best chance of making that dream a reality. God bless you. And father, please continue blessing the United States of America. God bless.  ####