• Universal credit ‘a nightmare’ admits claimant [subtitled]
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    Universal credit ‘a nightmare’ admits claimant [subtitled]

    My name is Daniel, I’m 24, I live in Wigan and I’ve just started a new job in a call centre. I was working in a public house but new owners took over and my hours went from 35 or 40 hours per week right down to 4 or 5 hours so I ended up having to leave that job and try and search for something else. I was quite depressed through not working because I’ve always worked and I’ve always had my own money. I applied for universal credit in December of last year. My relationship with my work coach, Janice, was really good. We started discussing where I…

  • Confederation of Canada: Part 3 – Canada | theFAQs
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    Confederation of Canada: Part 3 – Canada | theFAQs

    Welcome to part three of Canada where we’ll be talking about the path to modern Canada. This video will a bit shorter than the others due to the rapid pace of the uniting provinces. So lets start off in the late 1850s where pressure was building for British North America to unite. This pressure from political difficulties, prospect for economic advantage, military security and it continued into the late 1860s. In first 1864, the delegates of the maritime provinces met in Charlottetown to discuss the union of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island along with the ones from the Province of Canada. With Canada at the table the…

  • Elizabeth Warren Gets CRUSHING News From Dem Party
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    Elizabeth Warren Gets CRUSHING News From Dem Party

    Elizabeth Warren Gets CRUSHING News From Dem Party Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has outright refused to admit to voters that in order for many of her socialist plans to go into effect, taxes will have to be raised on the middle class. Warren recently released a copy of her “cornerstone project,” and she immediately received crushing news from her own party. Warren, who is the Democratic frontrunner in several polls, has made “Medicare-for-all” her top priority and pitch to voters. The government-run, single-payer health care system would ostensibly provide universal coverage while abolishing private health insurance and costing taxpayers “just under $52 trillion” over the next decade. After Warren…

  • 2018 School Meal Programs Annual Updates Webinar
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    2018 School Meal Programs Annual Updates Webinar

    Okay. So thank you for attending to hear annual updates to the school meal programs. My name is Wendy Barkley, I’m the supervisor for school meal programs at OSPI Child Nutrition Services. I’m going to be joined for a portion of the presentation by our interim director Leanne Eko and we’ll both get started then with the presentation. So this presentation is a compilation of new guidance received during school year 17-18, and program changes for the 18-19 school year. We hope you’ve enjoyed our annual training mini conference for basic training for school meal programs today. We’re trying something new with our annual update training this year. While the…

  • Honest Government Ad | Anti Encryption Law
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    Honest Government Ad | Anti Encryption Law

    Hello I’m from the Australien Government Do you have something to hide? Nah, just kidding We’re not some fascist regime! Ha-ha-ha Seriously though, do you? Unfortunately encryption makes it hard for us to spy on you these days so just to make sure, we’re introducing yet another law to expand the surveillance state Introducing the Assistance & Access Bill – or Ass Access for short Relax, despite how it sounds we’re not trying to access your data through your backdoor We’re just after the keys to your front door Yup, Ass Access will force tech companies to do our dirty work for us for example, by making them insert a…

  • How Does The President Get Elected? US Presidential Elections Explained
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    How Does The President Get Elected? US Presidential Elections Explained

    In America, the Presidential electoral system, the system whereby the President is elected to power, is pretty confusing. In this video, I hope to simplify this system as best as I can, so that you’ll be able to understand it in preparation for the 2016 election. So back when the Constitution was written, the founding fathers tried to make it as easy and democratic as possible for the Presidential to be elected. A couple of amendments later, they had a system which has now being going for 200 years. In the twelfth amendment it says ‘The Electors shall meet in their respective states, and vote by ballot for President and…

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    Constitutional Silver (Junk Silver) Quarter Hunt – Big Bag of Silver Coins!

    that’s a pretty dirty Silver Mat… we’ll have to wash it soon but not right now because we’ve got another constitutional or junk silver hunt to do today… Hey everybody its Rob with Rob finds treasure and I decided it was time to stock up on some quarters went ahead and picked up ninety dollars and seventy five face value or three hundred and sixty three silver quarters from my silver dealer… now obviously I’ve paid a certain multiplier times face value for these based on the silver spot price that being said I’m hoping because I got it at a silver dealer and not a local coin shop that…

  • JUST IN: Senate considers 35 years age qualification for President, 32 other constitutional
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    JUST IN: Senate considers 35 years age qualification for President, 32 other constitutional

    JUST IN: Senate considers 35 years age qualification for President, 32 other constitutional amendments JUST IN: Senate considers 35 years age qualification for President, 32 other constitutional amendments Nigerian Senate. The Senate has received the 33-item report on the fourth alteration of the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria. The report tabled at the upper legislative chamber proposes amendments which include reducing the powers of the federal government in the exclusive legislative list, financial autonomy for local government and state legislature; and downward review of the minimum age for elective public officers, among others. The report on constitution amendment bill was presented on Tuesday by the Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu. The…

  • Michael Waldman: The Founders on Impeachment and Foreign Interference in U.S. Elections
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    Michael Waldman: The Founders on Impeachment and Foreign Interference in U.S. Elections

    – Impeachment is a core constitutional power and responsibility. It’s one of those things in our American system that’s actually worked very well. It has not been overused. It hasn’t generally been something that each party does to the other whenever they get a chance. Only three times in American history has it ever really been seriously considered to impeach the president by Congress. The framers of the Constitution included impeachment because they wanted to make sure that the president wouldn’t be somebody who would abuse their power or break the law. There’s a lot of echoes in that in what Donald Trump is being accused of: using the power…

  • POLS 15 –  Other Due Process Rights
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    POLS 15 – Other Due Process Rights

    [music] The Fifth, Sixth, and Eighth Amendments contain other rights for criminal defendants. One of these is the right to remain silent. If the government accuses you of a crime, the proof is entirely on them to prove that you did it. And the jury must be told that the fact that you’re remaining silent does not indicate that you’re guilty. However, the right against self-incrimination only applies in criminal cases, not in civil cases, so if you’re ever sued, you must answer all questions in court. The Constitution also guarantees everyone who’s charged with a crime that might result in jail time the right to an attorney, and if…