October 19th, 2012
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(CNN) - Fashion blogger Milli is the ultimate Millennial - young, confident and outspoken. She could be described as being an unguided missile. So is there an ultimate plan? CNN's Richard Quest finds out.



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  1. skebeez

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    October 21, 2012 at 4:01 am |
  2. Chris angus

    Obama, should re debate on his elections

    October 21, 2012 at 9:36 am |
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    Any president that fears God should know the kind of implimentation He impliment against the law of God and humanity. HE SHOULD THINK!!!!!!!

    October 21, 2012 at 9:42 am |
  4. micheal Niles

    this is nice video i would say obama should re think on this matter

    October 22, 2012 at 7:23 am |
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    October 24, 2012 at 7:17 am |
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  9. Kevin

    Richard,

    I just watched your show about the US fiscal cliff. My question is about commits made by John Boehner and President Obama. Why can they do both, raise taxes on the wealthy and change the tax code to increase revenue?

    November 9, 2012 at 7:53 pm |
  10. Judy

    Millennials: great show, totally inspiring, motivating, captivating..I love it. Cheers

    November 20, 2012 at 1:27 pm |
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    hi, i am very pleasant to be a part of this blog. you video spreads such a nice message to all.i loved your inputs, Thank you so much

    November 23, 2012 at 5:59 am |
  12. rose macaskie

    I would like to comment on the last person I saw you interveiwing, the ceo, i think it was, of the people who make, amoung other drinks "Jonny Walker" whisky. He said, when you asked him something about whether government would be able to explain to the peope the importantce for Britan of the European community, that he thought that business itself should take a hand in explaining the importance of the Eeuropean community to the people, which sounds innocent enough but if you have read Lewis Powels memorandum, The Powel Memorandum and if you seen how much it influenced those with the werewithall to make a difference, such as the Koch brothers, how it empowered them to take a part in parts of life that are not officialy the business of business men or as he calls them, enterprise, which sounds better, the enterprising are not necessarily those who are after getting all the money for themselves, then this determination for business itself to inform the public takes on a more sinister slant.
    As far as I can make out what Powel did was to extend a bit what Hayeck had done before, put it to business, and industry that as they were the marvelous job creators they should be taking amore of a hand in things and that it was wet of them not to defend themselves, wet of them to let others suggest that their could be anything wrong with business if you weren't careful about fettering their enthusiasm for making money any old way, like that they might indulge in an unfair and under renumerated explotation of the work force and the production of unhealthy goods unless you criticised them and controled them.
    I think Powels arguements to make industry feel justified in taking as much power as they could get, rest on Hayecks arguements that the market must be right because it is subjected to the same sorts of laws that evolution has been subjected to with so much success that we appeared on the scene, right because the survival of the fittest is what produces evolution and the best results, so nothing should be done to interfere with this jungle and the mighty should understand that every search for extra power only helped evolution and the good running of society. That as the jungle is the most important influence for good in society, the business men should defend the rule of the strong with all their might and money and influence and if they dont have it already should buy influence, an arguement that does not take into account such things as an article I read on orangutangs, that said that were their was interaction between orangutangs, that allowed the interchange of new ideas which is to say the free sharing of intellectual property, there was the quickest evolution of the group. There is a poulation of orangutangs that due to accidents of the terrain lead a less solitary life than is normal among orangutangs. Another story with the same conclusion is that it was when the practice of patenting discoveries was established that we really started inventing things because then individual discoveries did not die with the individual or stay in his mountain village but got recorded and so began to serve as stepping stones for other inventores, ways of doing things that other inventors could use to help their own experiments.
    It seems to me that the Powel Memorandum made the business world feel justified, left them without any feelign of embarrassment about taking as much power as possible, desinhibited them, as they were, according to these thinkers the ones who kept countries rich and moving, the really important members of society, in taking the government into their own, more adequate hands, by using their money to grease the palms of government or by threatening to run them out of town, as the NRA threatens people, if they did not do what business wants. Also that they would be justified in doing their level best, which has proved to be a pretty awesome best, to influence voters so taking th egovernment by taking the minds of voters, by putting their money to work to find television celebrities who would help them to eat the heads out of the electorate and also working on peoples ideas at the grass roots level, like at meetings and conferences on buisness for example, so that they could persuade people without much werewithall, that their best interests were served helping the job providers. As well as getting people to protect the rich because they were job creators they got people to protect the rich even to the point of alowing them to become totally lawless, by arguing that anyone who tried to put some limits on how far this part of society could increase their power and money, was attacking the peoples liberty and people as will fight and die for liberty, so if you can persuade tham that any stops on your own activities are a attack on all the peoples liberties, you can get the population dying to protect the right of the rich to get ever richer and more powerful and more abusive. what Hayeck and Powel have done more than founding a new economic ideas, is to provide arguments that desinhibit the rich stop them worrying about how mean it is to take all at other peoples expense.The think tanks of the right have created a machine that justifies the most powerfull in taking as much more as they want and feeling totally justified in doing so and unafraid of criticism, they just say to critics, if we look after ourselves we can provide more jobs, so in looking after ourselves we are being selfless and for the same reason we can indoctrinate the public in ways that used to be considered, not political discussion but indoctrination that positively distorts reality, such as faschist and communist countries used.
    This Johnny Walkers man, is another of those who, on you program, has pressed the point that the financial and industrial sector needs more freedoms in order to be optimal money machines, which is incredibly cheeky after the crash of 2008 that was brought about because business had to many liberties. We have only ourselves to blame if we have let them think they can hoodwink us so. rose macaskie madrid

    February 10, 2013 at 7:20 pm |
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    I acknowledge my mistakes and I believe I'm at peace or always trying to be in peace. Great stuff!

    February 21, 2014 at 3:32 am |

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