• Author of Sexism in America discusses the Stupak Amendment.
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    Author of Sexism in America discusses the Stupak Amendment.

    uh… now we’ve got that greg s three as barbara burke aki we’ve had arrived at the show before she’s the offer of sexism in america alive well unloading our future and she’s written about the stupak amount and that’s what brings are here today barbour one by the young turks thanks piggyback we appreciate your time so him this tibet mennonite i’m gathering that you’re not a big fan of it let me start with uh… somewhat standard question if id is in the final version of healthcare which you vote against of health care if it has to pay blank presented very very tough question actually won that…

  • Constituição Federal atualizada – Art. 201 a 250
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    Constituição Federal atualizada – Art. 201 a 250

    Section III SOCIAL PROTECTION Art. 201. The social security will be organized in the form of a general contributory scheme and mandatory membership, subject to preserve the financial and actuarial balance, and shall comply, under the law, with: Constitutional Amendment No. 20 of 1998) I – coverage of illness, disability, death and old age; (Wording given by Constitutional Amendment No. 20 of 1998) II – maternity protection, especially to the pregnant woman; (Wording given by the Constitutional Amendment No. 20, 1998) III – protection to the worker in situation involuntary unemployment; (Wording given Constitutional Amendment No. 20 of 1998) IV – family allowance and imprisonment allowance for the dependents of…

  • Stacy’s Mom Parody – Bill Of Rights
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    Stacy’s Mom Parody – Bill Of Rights

    Bill of Rights has got it going on bill of rights has got it going on Bill of Rights has got it going on Bill of Rights has got it going on there are 10 amendments that include that include First Amendment has five to protect who protects you press religion and Assembly petition amendment two gives you the right to bear arms to bear arms quartering of soldiers yeah that’s Amendment 3 yeah that’s now right they don’t stay with me Bill of Rights has got it going on freedom’s what I want and I’ve waited for so long lucky to be free privileges belong to me I know…

  • 7US 0p – Bill of Rights project – Amendment #III (READ DESC)
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    7US 0p – Bill of Rights project – Amendment #III (READ DESC)

    Hey 7th grade rubber ducks, welcome to the III Amendement video for 7US History Basically, the III Amendment illustrates that Any soldier many not be quartered in the house of a civilian without their consent So, Its basically how when your mom barges into your room and you really don’t want her there Here’s Sami with some more info: Thank you Prof.Zia with that piece of information! The III amendment basically originated from the quartering act The Quartering act was passed in 1765, remember that date! The Quartering act was the colonists had to house and supply the red coats food and water Which was very surprising for the colonists…

  • The journey toward the Equal Rights Amendment began decades ago, but activists say the finish line i
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    The journey toward the Equal Rights Amendment began decades ago, but activists say the finish line i

    The journey toward the Equal Rights Amendment began decades ago, but activists say the finish line i Bills are being introduced in state capitals to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, an addition to the Constitution that would explicitly protect womens rights and prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, according to proponents. It was introduced to Congress in 1923, but the crusade didnt gain real traction until the womens movement took hold in the late 60s and early 70s. The amendment enjoyed bipartisan support and, in 1972, secured the necessary votes in the House and Senate. It was endorsed by President Richard Nixon before being sent to state legislatures for…

  • The Ninth Amendment – the Story of the Bill of Rights
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    The Ninth Amendment – the Story of the Bill of Rights

    The 9th Amendment. The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. So the Ninth Amendment is, from my perspective, the most important amendment in the Bill of Rights. Amendment 9 in the Bill of Rights is, for Madison and for many of the Federalists, the most important one, because it says, if we left something out, if we didn’t make explicit every right that the citizen has, this covers that. So, this is the kind of umbrella amendment. It says we can’t infringe upon a right just because we forgot to mention it in the Bill of…