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[inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations]
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>> >> what is your general thesis? ltd. there is a huge myth taken root that and there is an epidemic of campus rapes is condoned or incurred by the administrators it is out of control and worse on campus and off campus and requires complete demolishing all due process and presumption of innocence is an 99 percent are male that is from the extreme feminist the mail he being extreme feminist in some cases but also pushed by the obama administration.
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. >> [applause]
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good morning to all. it is truly an honor to be here today to mark a significant milestone in the bureau's history. to share in the celebration of this allocation of the 100th anniversary of the fbi. [applause] my thanks to the attorney general in many other distinguished guests and my special thanks to the directors webster and sessions to be here with us on this day. together they represent three decades in which we
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saw a strong emphasis of white-collar and organized crime with intelligence activities. we witness an ovation the crime solving technologies with a dramatic expansion of the international program. so let's go back further into history 100 years ago attorney-general organized a group of investigators under the justice department july the bureau of investigations opened its doors the first employees numbered 349 detectives, 13 civil-rights and 12 accountants. and they investigated fraud and copyright and win the trust issues.
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compare that to today and intelligence driven comic technologically supported agency of over 30,000 employees. network of 56 field offices during the united states than 61 attache offices overseas. employees who are combating crimes such as terrorism, cyberfried, human trafficking and money laundering. and j. edgar hoover would indeed be proud. today's fbi is often and accurately described as one of the few intelligence and law-enforcement agencies combined. with the culture of the fbi now in for the past 100
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years has been a culture of hard work and dedication to protecting human its states no matter what the challenges. in the wake of the september 11th attack became clear that the fbi number one priority must be the prevention of another terrorist attack. to refocus the mission to revise their priorities and realize the work force and strength of the lives of communication between the bureau within goal intelligence and law-enforcement community and now we're stronger and better yclept to confront the threats that we face today. today's fbi continues to reflect on fidelity, every every and integrity.
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it is a model emblazoned on the seal and worth its weight in gold. and for the past 100 years years, the men and women of the fbi have lived up their commitment to fidelity and bravery and integrity and precisely because they have done so they have the reputation that has today. even so these are qualities to be causally burnished by the men and women of the bureau to insure that day did not rust for lack of use. for most of us fidelity is a full to an obligation or trustor duty to the men and women of the fbi fidelity also means fidelity to country and justice and lot. fidelity to the
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constitution's to equality and liberty bravery is willing to face danger or trouble bravery is not the act of rushing brothers leave but the quiet diligence dedication to face down those who would do less harm and bring them to justice the well-known tennis tibia and arthur ashe once said remarkable heroism is sober not the urge to surpass all others at whatever cost but the urge to serve others whatever the cost. bravery is the capstone and
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on september 11 going up up, not down the stairs of the world trade center to help others get out rodney miller went all the way up to the 86 floor to offer assistance to fire and police personnel and the scene. through radio transmissions he reported the crash of the second plane been assisted with evacuation efforts neither he nor john o'neill survived we will never know how many lives were saved as a result of their in other first responders extraordinary bravery on that day although their stories are unique but their bravery is repeated by the men and women of the fbi working each and every day around the country and
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around the world. whether cracking down and public corruption or white caller crime were catching criminals to exploit children on the internet or hate crime or organized crime as he ushered terrorism. such bravery can be seen of a member of the hostage rescue team for after being shot and seriously wounded and just months later during a search of the terrorist safe house in iraqi was injured again this time by a suicide bomber. despite his own injury is the rescue for others and his first question was how soon can i get back to work
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with my team? bravery can be seen in the stories of the task force like the port authority detectives who served on the task force since 1995. the morning of september 11 he was fox away from the world trade center reheard the first plane flew overhead in raced to the scene to assist with the evacuations and rescues he was caught in both building collapses and was injured he spent the next week's in the rubble cutting through steel to recover bodies. he worked at ground 012 hours a day before reporting for duty bravery can be seen in the work of the first
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female special agent to the agent - - station in pakistan and yemen as well as part of the fbi team in pakistan to captured one of these suspects and also to be seen in special agent in three other agents very seriously wounded last march in pakistan. and also in the story of walter as a retired special agent who survived a shootout with gangsters in the 1930's. so several of these individuals were with us today please stand up so we can recognize you. [applause]
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>> if there is a shortage of of heroes and the fbi there are many unsung heroes here today those stories that may never be told but we honor them as well. for the men and women of the fbi bravery is reflected not only in the physical courage often necessary in the job to be seen in the courage of conviction and the courage to act with wisdom in the
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face of fear and the courage to take stood with those mistakes and move forward. this brings us to the third quality that defines the bureau and that his integrity to be a sound moral principle of honesty for the men and women of the fbi it is reflected in all that we say and do and in all honesty and fairness and in respect to others in compassion integrity is the most important of the three words that make up the model it is the fire by which fidelity and bravery are tested.
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they set the expectations for behavior and set the standards for our work. more than just a model, the men and women of the fbi fidelity bravery and integrity is a way of life and has always been so. those fbi employees stand on the shoulders of their predecessors and we do. while it is a time of change in the bureau our values will never change. it is not enough to stop the terrorist well maintaining civil liberties it is not enough to catch the criminal we must protect them while maintaining civil rights it is not enough for foreign
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countries to steal our secrets and remus prevent that from happening while upholding the rule of law. the rule of law, civil liberties, civil rights committees are not our burdens but what make us better for nearly 100 years. the men and women of the fbi today are part of history in the making real understand we have been passed a legacy that is our responsibility to pass on that legacy and jfk once said when at a future date the high court of history sits in judgment of each of us the success or
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failure or whenever office we hold will be measured by the answers to four questions, where we truly men of courage? truly men of judgment? or men of integrity or dedication? the men and women of the fbi here and around the world resoundingly can answer yes to each of these questions because they live our motto each and every day. fidelity bravery integrity are the attributes of an organization with a proud history of distinguished service to the nation in here jindal -- honored to be a part of that. with fidelity bravery and integrity defining every employee standing fully
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ready to face those challenges of the neck century thanks again for being here today to celebrate the 100th anniversary. god bless. [applause] . >> in 1728 that the investment came into new jersey and the legislature wanted it closed and at the
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time they did that this was the first space printed book in new jersey senate washington is spent more time than any of their time during the revolution the important thing to him was to keep your reach going and i believe new jersey in general hoar trenton in particular was very instrumental to help us accomplish that goal
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separate they are part of what makes tranten, a trenton so to go across the average in on the other side it says the road these to read the evidence is at. >> weather a dentist or a lawyer or a teacher or accountant, let your guiding principle to be true then service. >> success is not an entitlement it has to be earned and it burned every day to the lens of humility. >> the greatest passion in life force us to face
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challenges that seem insurmountable they will shape and strengthen your character
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in 2004 he was the guest on our program talking about journalism and his former career in politics and the successes and criticisms of fox news channel at the time he was chairman of the network a position he held through july of last year this is one hour. >>cspan: why do some people hate you and hate fox?. >>guest: [laughter] i don't know why they hate me but we changed the business a little bit but there are things you have to get over


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