• Conservatives More Offended by Rainbow Flags Than Confederate Flags
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    Conservatives More Offended by Rainbow Flags Than Confederate Flags

    conservatives are more offended by rainbow flags which are a pro equality bro pro-gay rights pro LGBT rights flags than they are by Confederate flags this is a poll by Public Policy Polling you remember that story from about a month ago where two students were suspended in Washington state mind you were wearing Confederate flag the school and the reason they were wearing those flags is that another student had warned a gay pride flag to school to celebrate LGBT History Month well Public Policy Polling did a poll love conservatives this is a poll of conservative opinion in the US they ask do you think high school students…

  • Anti-Gay Teens Suspended for Wearing Confederate Flags to School
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    Anti-Gay Teens Suspended for Wearing Confederate Flags to School

    to anti gay teens were suspended for wearing Confederate flags to school this is in Washington in the suburbs of Seattle addicting info is reporting that school officials say they had warned the boys not to wear the flags because the flags are specifically prohibited in the dress code they were deemed disruptive and banned by the school and a a note when out saying from this point forward student in violation up the district dress code will be sent immediately to the office in parents contacted also clothing that promoter advertises drugs alcohol tobacco or sex are that displays representations of hate for anti-establishment like swastikas Confederate flags anarchism…

  • Congressional Committees: Crash Course Government and Politics #7
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    Congressional Committees: Crash Course Government and Politics #7

    Hi, I’m Craig and this is Crash Course Government and Politics and today we’re going to get down and dirty wallowing in the mud that is Congress. Okay, maybe that’s a little unfair, but the workings of Congress are kind of arcane or byzantine or maybe let’s just say extremely complex and confusing, like me, or Game of Thrones without the nudity. Some of the nudity, maybe. However, Congress is the most important branch, so it would probably behoove most Americans to know how it works. I’m going to try to explain. Be prepared to be behooved. [Theme Music] Both the House of Representatives and the Senate are divided up…

  • House Subcommittee on Legislative Process Reform  11/12/19
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    House Subcommittee on Legislative Process Reform 11/12/19

    >>THE HOUR OF 930 A M. I WILL CALL THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON LEGISLATIVE PROCESS REFORM TO ORDER. WE HAVE AN AGENDA IN YOUR PACKET; AND TO LET YOU KNOW IN ADVANCE WE ARE ANTICIPATING ONE MORE MEETING WE’RE INVITING REPRESENTATIVE HORTMAN TO COME DOWN AND DISCUSS THE WORK TODAY YOU SEE IN THE AGENDA I WOULD ENCOURAGE MEMBERS I’M STARTING TO WORK OUR WAY THROUGH THESE ARE STATEMENTS WE CAN ADD TO THESE OR YOU CAN SUBTRACT; WHATEVER WE AGREE ON WE WILL THEN HAVE STAFF PUT INTO A FORMAT THAT WE CAN RECOMMEND TO THE RULES COMMITTEE. I’M GOING TO START WITH NUMBER ONE THE FORECAST THE NOVEMBER FORECAST…

  • Caller: Nevada Constitution says Feds Own Land
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    Caller: Nevada Constitution says Feds Own Land

    Vicky in Tucson Arizona list and serious a bikie what’s up free Tom arm I with all due respect sheriff mack: I i think I’m can refute his claim and the claim over the rancher that Nevada father and the government should know nor does not on on 92 percent ourselves in a bottle and I I the nevada state constitution which was a adopted in 1864 ironically the people inhabiting said territory do agree and declare that they forever disclaim alright entitle to the unappropriated public lands lying within said territory and that the same shall be and remain at the whole entire disposition as the United States wow…

  • #PingSays: On President Duterte’s health, HOR amendments to the Constitution | Oct. 10, 2018
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    #PingSays: On President Duterte’s health, HOR amendments to the Constitution | Oct. 10, 2018

    Q: On House’s latest Chacha bid: “It doesn’t change anything. Kasi kung con-ass, the Senate maintains the position na they will have to deal with the Senate… … And it’s not as simple as transmitting their joint resolution to the Senate. As of now, ang parliamentary status is nasa committee. And hindi namin mapwersa ang chairman ng committee na i-report out yan sa floor. So it remains that way. … We are unanimous on this position. At the same time, nag-cross na ng party lines yan. Whatever bait ang kanilang i-dangle walang magba-bite noon. Q: On House dangling a provision that the Senate President will be next in the line…

  • How to Impeach a President | QT Politics | Donald Trump, The Constitution, and Historical Precedent
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    How to Impeach a President | QT Politics | Donald Trump, The Constitution, and Historical Precedent

    On Halloween Day, October 31, 2019, the US House of Representatives passed a resolution to formally launch an impeachment inquiry into President Donald J Trump, (House Resolution 660). While a number of House investigations into the president were already well underway, this measure formalized them as part of an official impeachment inquiry, and lays out a process leading up to a potential impeachment vote on the floor of the House. In this video, I’ll explain what H.Res.660 sets up procedurally for the Trump impeachment inquiry, break down what the constitution has to say about impeachment, and talk about what happens if the president is indeed impeached. While impeachment processes do…