• Section 100 of the Constitution why is it so hard? It’s the Law Obey it
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    Section 100 of the Constitution why is it so hard? It’s the Law Obey it

    Minister farmers are here on mass and one answers to these questions they gave my office the major storage dams of the lower Murray Darling Basin are currently holding about 7500 gigalitres of water that’s seven point five trillion liters yet farmers along the basin in New South Wales and Victoria are receiving zero allocation for general security water I’ll say it again these farmers can visit their water in those dams they can watch water float past their properties on the way to irrigate forests they just can’t have any Minister will you release 1000 gigalitres just 13% of the water and storage to the States for general security…

  • Fees for intervention – Are you prepared for a visit from the HSE?
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    Fees for intervention – Are you prepared for a visit from the HSE?

    John Southall: So, Andrew – we are here today to talk about fees for intervention. Fees for intervention were introduced back in 2012 by the HSE, at that time, introduced for two reasons really: one, to generate an income stream for the HSE. The secondary reason was to obviously increase compliance, hopefully, throughout industry by having another mechanism by which people could feel a bit of pain. At that time the HSE proposed (or expected) to bring in revenue of around about £43m per year. Actually, in the three years that this has been running, they have now only invoiced £35m and, out of that, they have only collected £26m…

  • The Kids Are Not All Right: College Mental Health Needs an Intervention
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    The Kids Are Not All Right: College Mental Health Needs an Intervention

    There’s no legal requirement for schools to provide health or mental health services to their students. Colleges do it because it’s the right thing to do and because it’s prudent. I think there’s a growing understanding and it’s something that we at the Jed Foundation are trying to really make schools aware of that it’s in the school’s and the student’s best interest to provide a really broad array of support services to their students. The more we can keep students on track doing well in school and getting to the graduation line, the better it is for everybody involved. One of the big challenges in providing services is that…

  • Obey the Constitution You Foreign Sovereign Citizens
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    Obey the Constitution You Foreign Sovereign Citizens

    Yeah good afternoon, it’s Sunday, the day where you get to have a lot to say about lots of bad things going on. I just looked at a video it’s actually from 2015 it’s a report into sovereign citizens, and I couldn’t believe my eyes when I read all of this, it’s purportedly headed by this group is detective Superintendent John O’Reilly is the commander of the counterterrorism and special tactics operation group of New South Wales, and he mouths off about the fact that there’s around three hundred people who or and probably more by now, that sovereign citizens and therefore should be described as domestic terrorists, well I…

  • It’s Time For a Financial Intervention | Mark J Kohler | CPA | Attorney
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    It’s Time For a Financial Intervention | Mark J Kohler | CPA | Attorney

    Hey, let’s face it we’re all a little financially broken it’s hard to bring it all together and make sense of Where we should be putting our money and how to make a little bit more how to get out of debt Folks we all need a financial intervention once in a while This video is going to bring it together and give you some really helpful resources Now my name’s mark Kohler and I’m a CPA attorney best-selling author a radio show host but and a partner in a CPA firm in a law firm and the reason why I share that is Because I have consultations with clients…

  • WHO OWNS YOUR LAND? You do. Can they tell you what to do? NO
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    WHO OWNS YOUR LAND? You do. Can they tell you what to do? NO

    Several people have asked me if we are only leasing the land that we sit on, who owns it? Well according to the government you do, but not the way you think, your land is borrowed against heavily in America through 18 companies, the so called government which is a system of republican government, created deliberately after the people said NO in 1999, what you’re not understanding is you were declared a legal fiction, some people say on your birth certificate doesn’t matter about all that nonsense where they got it from, you are a legal fiction, your name in capital letters is that legal fiction, of course that’s not…

  • Virginia Legislative Updates 2017
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    Virginia Legislative Updates 2017

    Hi, Ed Riley here again, U.S. LawShield Independent Program Attorney for Virginia. Today, we’re going to talk about some of the updates in the law with respect to firearms, that went into effect in Virginia on July 1 of 2017. First one of those is § 18.2-308.2, which speaks specifically to whether a violent felon or any felon can possess a firearm. The change in that statute allows a nonviolent felon to possess an antique firearm or muzzle loader or up to five pounds of black powder, as long as it’s being used for sporting purposes. A second area of change involves schools. Typically you cannot carry a firearm in…

  • Florida Legislative Updates 2017
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    Florida Legislative Updates 2017

    In 2017 there was a extremely important change made to the law regarding self defense that everyone should be aware of. This is in regards to our immunities statute, which is found in Florida statute 776.032. Prior to July a defendant in a criminal proceeding wanting to claim immunity from prosecution had to show by a preponderance of the evidence in a pretrial hearing that he or she was entitled to immunity. This was one of the only times a defendant in a criminal case ever had a burden to prove anything. Now a defendant only has to make an initial showing that he or she was justified in using…

  • Libertarianism Explained: What Are Rights? – Learn Liberty
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    Libertarianism Explained: What Are Rights? – Learn Liberty

    What are natural rights? Well what are rights in the first place? Most generally, rights are moral concepts that establish the conditions within which we interact. When we say you can’t do that, we might mean that it’s literally impossible to do it, but we might also mean simply that to do it would be wrong. When we invoke rights, we’re insisting on a certain kind of interaction not because another kind is impossible but because another kind would be wrong. That’s why we can speak of violating someone’s rights. You can’t make a round square means it can’t be done. You can’t kill Fred means it would be wrong…