• The Federalist Papers | Federalist No. 45
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    The Federalist Papers | Federalist No. 45

    FEDERALIST No. 45. The Alleged Danger From the Powers of the Union to the State Governments. Considered For the Independent Journal. Saturday, January 26, 1788 MADISON To the People of the State of New York: HAVING shown that no one of the powers transferred to the federal government is unnecessary or improper, the next question to be considered is, whether the whole mass of them will be dangerous to the portion of authority left in the several States. The adversaries to the plan of the convention, instead of considering in the first place what degree of power was absolutely necessary for the purposes of the federal government, have exhausted themselves…

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    Lawtel: searching for UK legislation

    This video will demonstrate how to use the Lawtel database to search for UK legislation. This is the Lawtel UK homepage. You will need to click on the tab above titled Legislation. Instead of searching for the legislation within all four categories, I am instead going to concentrate on Statutes Type in the legislation you want to search for then press enter. The results page has given me a list of legislations. If I click on the first result, I am presented with a summary of the results. Listed are links to the legislation, statutory status table, full Act in PDF format and the crimes and courts bill and arrangement…

  • Will Falk: We Know What Must Be Done (Sabotage)
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    Will Falk: We Know What Must Be Done (Sabotage)

    I argue for direct confrontation with the forces that are destroying the planet I think that the best way to the only way that we’re gonna save the planet is if we dismantle industrial infrastructure you know the we know what is destroying the world we know that the combustion of fossil fuels is producing climate change for example we know that the you know that the expansion of agricultural operations of industrialization destroys habitat for the species we share this beautiful planet with we know what is causing the problems and if we’re going to if we’re going to stop environmental destruction we have to actually stop environmental destruction…

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    President Trump’s Shutdown Continues | Federal Legislative Report | AFSCME Video

    AFSCME joined hundreds of people who gathered in front of the White House today, to urge an end to President Donald Trump’s partial government shutdown. Approximately 800,000 federal employees and contract workers who perform important functions have been negatively impacted, and will not be receiving a paycheck this upcoming week. It’s unclear how long Trump will continue this harmful course of political posturing; what is clear is that this will be the longest government shutdown in history, and it is having severe consequences on working families, communities, and our economy.

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    How to Create a Username and Password for Business Owners

    [Music] In this video, we will show you how to create a username and password if you are a business owner. We protect all of your confidential information throughout the filing process. First, go to the website, CDTFA.CA.GOV, and, at the top, click on “Login.” If you’ve never had an account with the CDTFA, you can click “Register,”… …and it will take you to the same place. The Taxpayer Online Services Portal. Click on “Sign Up Now.” The Welcome page will ask you if you are the owner of the business or a third party delegate. In this case, click the owner of the business. Click “Next.” The next page…

  • ANDREA LEADSOM on Corbyn and MPs who failed to respect democracy
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    ANDREA LEADSOM on Corbyn and MPs who failed to respect democracy

    His abuse of the rules flagrantly defied the will of the people: ANDREA LEADSOM on Commons Speaker John Bercow ‘failing’ the Government Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom in war of words with John Bercow She blames the Speaker of ‘handing over power to the Opposition’ Mrs Leadsom has called on someone ‘impartial’ to take over the Speaker role   People who choose to go into politics do so to make the world a better place – I know that was certainly my aspiration    That might sound naive – and after the last week, it might sound implausible – but it’s the truth And in my role as Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial…

  • President Lyndon Baines Johnson 1966 State of the Union Address, 1/12/66. MP562.
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    President Lyndon Baines Johnson 1966 State of the Union Address, 1/12/66. MP562.

    Annual Message to the Congress on the State of the Union. January 12, 1966 Mr. Speaker, Mr. President, Members of the House and the Senate, my fellow Americans: I come before you tonight to report on the State of the Union for the third time. I come here to thank you and to add my tribute, once more, to the Nation’s gratitude for this, the 89th Congress. This Congress has already reserved for itself an honored chapter in the history of America. Our Nation tonight is engaged in a brutal and bitter conflict in Vietnam. Later on I want to discuss that struggle in some detail with you. It just…

  • The Federalist Papers | Federalist No. 65
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    The Federalist Papers | Federalist No. 65

    FEDERALIST No. 65. The Powers of the Senate Continued From the New York Packet. Friday, March 7, 1788. HAMILTON To the People of the State of New York: THE remaining powers which the plan of the convention allots to the Senate, in a distinct capacity, are comprised in their participation with the executive in the appointment to offices, and in their judicial character as a court for the trial of impeachments. As in the business of appointments the executive will be the principal agent, the provisions relating to it will most properly be discussed in the examination of that department. We will, therefore, conclude this head with a view of…

  • Top office’s Constitution amendment bill proposes four-year, two-term presidency
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    Top office’s Constitution amendment bill proposes four-year, two-term presidency

    President Moon Jae-in’s constitutional amendment plan calls for a four-year, two-term presidency system. The final part of his administration’s amendment bill, announced on Thursday, also includes plans to reduce presidential power and reform the election and judicial systems. Hwang Hojun reports. If the government’s proposed revision to the Constitution is ultimately approved, South Korea will see a major change in role of the President, the length of his or her term in office, and a shift in the balance of power between the branches of government. “Now is the time to implement a four year, two-term presidential system to bring about responsibility in politics and the stable management of state…

  • NYS Marijuana Decriminalization Takes Effect Today
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    NYS Marijuana Decriminalization Takes Effect Today