• ‘Divided by a common language: British and American perspectives on Constitutional Law’
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    ‘Divided by a common language: British and American perspectives on Constitutional Law’

    Good evening ladies and gentlement. I’m David Feldman. I am the Director of the Centre for Public Law in the University, and it is my great pleasure to welcome you on behalf of the Faculty of Law and the Centre for Public Law to this the seventeenth Sir David Williams Lecture. The Sir David Williams lectures were founded in 2001 to mark Sir David’s contribution to the field of public law. David was and remains an inspiration to generations of us academic lawyers and students. Loved equally for his wisdow, his humour, and his kindness to people, especially younger and less experienced people. He was of those people who always…

  • How do the enlightenment thinkers influence what we got today?
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    How do the enlightenment thinkers influence what we got today?

    Yeah They call me Locke, yea that’s John Locke, An enlightenment thinker, c’mon lets talk! We have these unalienable live such as life and liberty. We have our own ideas disagree with solidarity John, also known as a reluctant democrat, The king is who to shoot questions at, Now onto my buddy montesquieu, a balanced democrat, Legislative, judicial, and executive branches should be separate, but in check I created “The Spirit of the laws” to keep you high-tech The main purpose of the government is to maintain law and order, No not to keep those Mexicans out of the border! Law and order, At the station, at the border, I…

  • Captain Fantastic: The Unofficial Reading List
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    Captain Fantastic: The Unofficial Reading List

    Captain Fantastic (2016) Captain Fantastic and the Dirt Brown Cowboy (1975) The Brothers Karamazov (1880) Guns, Germs and Steel (1997) The Fabric of the Cosmos (2004) Chapter 12 “The World on a String” Middlemarch: a study of provincial life (1872) “No Fractura Hidráulica” Marxism in our Time (1975) Trotskyism and Maoism : theory and practice in France and the United States (1988) Stalinism: Russian and Western Views at the Turn of the Millennium (2004) Maoism in Action (1974) Three “Whys” of the Russian Revolution (1995) Scientific American – June 2014 Scientific American – May 2014 National Geographic – April 2014 “Unique and Other Modifiers” (englishplus.com) Fascism vs. Capitalism (2013) E-Book…

  • Protecting our rights
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    Protecting our rights

    BRIAN COSTAR: Australia generally and Victoria in particular does democracy and has done democracy very well over the years. The 1856 Constitution of Victoria was a very democratic constitution particularly as it related to the Lower House. It was a bit fuzzier up in the upper chamber. We however, while we do democracy better than the Americans do, I think they still do rights better than we do. Now there is passion generated over whether we need charters of rights, Victoria has one of course, a couple of other states do, a couple of others are thinking about it, the Commonwealth is thinking about it. I don’t think there’s any…

  • Understand Gun Laws in 6 Minutes
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    Understand Gun Laws in 6 Minutes

    so gun laws and gun control have been in the news a lot lately can’t imagine why… it would help to know what the existing laws about owning and using guns are and what they require you to do if you wanna have a gun or several handy so let’s dig in shall we the very first law that touches your guns at least until the gun touching act of 2014 passes is the requirement of gun registration every gun manufacturer importer and dealer has to register every gun they either make import or sell and ensure that gun has a unique serial number whenever a gun is sold the…

  • Welcome to the 2nd Amendment Activist Channel!
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    Welcome to the 2nd Amendment Activist Channel!

    Are you a supporter of the 2nd Amendment? Are you tired of gun grabbers telling you how you can carry, when you can carry, or what you can carry for self-defense? Are you tired of gun grabbers telling you that the 2nd Amendment is about hunting? If you answered yes to all those questions, then the 2nd Amendment Activist Channel is the place for you. We expose the lies and the ignorance of the gun control advocates. We educate the citizens on the truth about the 2nd Amendment. We are actively engaged each and every day in the political process. So if you are a supporter of the 2nd Amendment,…

  • Bill of Rights Turns 225
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    Bill of Rights Turns 225

    SOLEDAD: OUR CONSTITUTION’S BILL OF RIGHTS TURNED 225 YEARS OLD THIS WEEK, RATIFIED ON DECEMBER 15, 1791. WRITTEN BY JAMES MADISON, THE DOCUMENT LAYS OUT OUR INDIVIDUAL FREEDOMS AND LIMITS THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT’S ABILITY TO INTERFERE WITH THEM. A CRITICAL, FOUNDATIONAL DOCUMENT. SOMETHING AMERICANS MUST KNOW LIKE THE BACK OF THEIR HAND. RIGH>>I AM NOT SURE.>>CAN YOU NAME THEM? WHAT OFFHAND, I CANNOT.>>MY TEACHER WOULD BE MAD AT ME. I FORGOT.>>THE BILL OF RIGHTS?>>I DON’T KNOW.>>HIGH SCHOOL WAS A WHILE AGO.>>IT LIMITS THE POWER OF GOVERNMENT AND PROTECTS THE RIGHTS OF CITIZENS. SOLEDAD THAT, OF COURSE, WAS AN : UNOFFICIAL STUDY. HERE’S DIANE ROBERTS WITH MORE. DIANE: THE BILL OF…

  • September 25th: Bill of Rights | U.S. Money Reserve
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    September 25th: Bill of Rights | U.S. Money Reserve

    On this day in 1789, the new U.S. Congress passed the Bill of Rights to protect Americans’ individual liberties. James Madison penned the amendments, drawing from documents like the Virginia Declaration of Rights and the Magna Carta. For over 200 years, the Bill of Rights has strengthened our Constitution, helping make it the longest-surviving in the world. U.S. Money Reserve

  • FMK 9C1 9mm Bill of Rights Edition – A Quick Look
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    FMK 9C1 9mm Bill of Rights Edition – A Quick Look

    The FMK 9C1. A pistol I purchased, fixed, and sold without ever even shooting it. This time on Gun Fzx (Physics). It came in a pretty nice box that, like the pistol, had the Bill of Rights printed on it. I really like our Constitution and the Bill of Rights but I ended up having a pretty strong antipathy toward this pistol and I don’t even really understand why. The trigger, most of the internals, and the takedown lever – very similar to a Glock. Some have even called it a straight copy. That insert in the back of the grip is rubbery and it’s supposed to help with recoil.…

  • City leaders unanimously passed ‘Animal Bill of Rights’ in Stockton
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    City leaders unanimously passed ‘Animal Bill of Rights’ in Stockton

    REPORTER: SHARON ROBINSON IS HAPPY BE REUNITED WITH HER TIPSY.>>ROBINSO THOUGHT SHE WOULD NEVER SEE HERE AGAIN.>>HEARTBREAKING. REPORTER: WHEN SHE FOUND OUT WHERE SHE WAS LOCATED THE NEW OWNERS DID NOT WANT TO GIVE HER BACK.>>THEY SAID THERE IS NOTHING WE CAN DO. SHE HAS BEEN ADOPTED. I SAID I AM THE OWNER. I LOST THE DOG. I DID NOT GIVE HER UP FOR ADOPTION. REPORTER SHE HOPES NOW THAT THE ANIMAL BILL OF RIGHTS HAS PASSED OTHERS WILL NOT HAVE TO GO WHITE SHE HAS. THEY VOTED UNANIMOUSLY IN FAVOR OF THE BILL REQUIRING THEY WAIT 72 HOURS BEFORE BEING ABLE TO PUT AN ANIMAL UP FOR ADOPTION.>>RESTRICTIONS PUT…