• Mr. Klevs Bill of Rights
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    Mr. Klevs Bill of Rights

    teach me the bill of ri-i-ights let’s learn all ten toni-i-ight maybe we should start with amendment 1 it’s freedom of reli-i-i-igion, freedom of speech and pre-e-e-ess plus we have the right to pro-o-test and next i will teach you amendment 2 the right to bear arms, have weapons on you amendment 3, says soldiers can’t go in your home they have to ask first; you can still say no, so don’t think you have to, they can’t push right past you understand that things are a little bit better when you know this ohhh so won’t you teach me the bill of ri-i-ights let’s learn all ten toni-i-ight there…

  • New credit legislation to ease consumer financial protection
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    New credit legislation to ease consumer financial protection

    yeah so I think there’s two vital components of this legislation one is hopefully it just raises awareness for American consumers out there that they have the options to freeze their credit files – it also lowers the expense of freezing your credit file currently anyone in the United States who has credit could freeze their credit file in the Commonwealth of Virginia that would currently cost you ten dollars per credit reporting agency we have three main credit reporting agencies we have Equifax TransUnion and Experian so it costs a consumer $30 in starting September 21st that goes from $30 down to $0 the main way that it protects…

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    Richard Wolff and Rob Robinson on Homelessness

    And what is this in an economic system that simply can’t solve a fairly obvious problem? So is it that we don’t have enough, Rick? Or is it that there isn’t the will to do it to fit the needs of the people, right? I would argue that will never build our way out of this problem. What we need to do is think a little differently and use vacant spaces, right? And I always use the foreclosure crisis during that time period because it’s a key indicator on how we operate as a society, right? During the financial crisis there were (in 2010) 14.4 million vacant homes, 2 million…

  • Tucker Carlson’s ‘Final Exam’: Baier vs. Hemingway
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    Tucker Carlson’s ‘Final Exam’: Baier vs. Hemingway

    >>Tucker: TIME NOW FOR FINAL EXAM WHERE WE PIT TWO NEWS PROFESSIONALS AGAINST ONE ANOTHER TO SEE WHICH OF THEM HAS BEEN PAYING CLOSER ATTENTION. HEAVY HITTERS THIS WEEK. A FOX MAIN STAY AGAINST ONE OF HIS FREQUENT GUESTS BRET BAIER ONE OF THE BEST INFORMED NEWS ANCHOR IN WASHINGTON HOSTS “SPECIAL REPORT.” MOLLIE HEMMING WAY. MASTER SENIOR EDITOR AT THE FEDERALIST. TODAY THEY MAKE TODAY’S CONTESTANTS, WELCOME.>>Bret: THANK YOU. DO YOU KNOW HOW NERVOUS WE ARE COLLECTIVELY?>>NOT GOOD.>>Tucker: I’M NOT GOING TO TELL WHO I GET ON. YOU KNOW THE RULES. I WILL REPEAT THEM. I ASK THE QUESTIONS. FIRST ONE BUZZ IN ANSWER. FINISH UNTIL I ASK THE…

  • Remy: People Will Die!
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    Remy: People Will Die!

    These cuts are blood money. People will die. Let’s be very clear: Senate Republicans are paying for tax cuts for the wealthy with American lives. People need kidneys. It’s sad but decreed. Yet this Senator’s hoarding one more than she needs. I offer this bill and I hope you’ll vote aye unless of course you just want people to die. Traffic deaths have many crying with fear. Over thirty thousand people are dying each year. This modest change I propose must be applied unless of course you just want people to die. Alcohol deaths are exceeding comparisons, black people, white people, native American. We need to ban alcohol, it can’t…

  • Chappelle’s Show – Tron Carter’s “Law & Order” – Uncensored
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    Chappelle’s Show – Tron Carter’s “Law & Order” – Uncensored

    – HOW WAS WORK TODAY, CHARLES? – OH, SAME OLD, SAME OLD. ACCOUNTING’S COMPLAINING ABOUT US MISLEADING THE STOCKHOLDERS AND BLOWING THE EMPLOYEE PENSIONS AND– WHAT A BUNCH OF BABIES. I MEAN, COME ON, THIS IS BUSINESS, PEOPLE, RIGHT? AND SPEAKING OF BUSINESS, YEAH? [growls] SATCHCO, TAKE A POWDER. AND YOU. – [screams] – [growls] – [meows] – SNUGGLE BUNNY! – [laughs] – GET ON THE GROUND! – [screaming] [dog panting] – SHUT THAT FUCKING DOG UP! [gunshot] GET ON THE FUCKING GROUND! STOP RESISTING, SIR! [phone ringing] – NIGGA, I SAID STOP CALLING HERE, ALL RIGHT? I’M BAGGING UP THE COKE UP AS FAST AS I CAN! – I’M…

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    Billionaire Bill Gates Guesses Grocery Store Prices

    All right. We’re going to test your knowledge of some everyday items that you get at the supermarket. When’s the last time that you have been at a supermarket? A long time ago. OK. [LAUGHTER] All right. This will be interesting. All right. If you can guess three out of the five products within $1 of each one, the audience will get something, OK? [CHEERING] If you get all of them, we’ll pay off your children’s student loans. [LAUGHTER] No danger there. No. [LAUGHTER] All right. TWitch is going to be our prize model. And here we go. There is Rice-A-Roni right there– [HARP MUSIC] –the San Francisco treat, of…

  • Clip of Rep. Blum Oversight Committee Hearing on Federalism 2/27/2018
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    Clip of Rep. Blum Oversight Committee Hearing on Federalism 2/27/2018

    Thank you Mr. Chairman, and thank you to our panelists today for being here, I must say first of all I’m a huge huge supporter of the Tenth Amendment. In addition to it being in the Constitution I also know that governors and their state legislators can do most everything less expensive than this federal government and produce better results You see here in Washington. This is not news to you all there is no penalty for failure Typically when a program here doesn’t produce results, we just spend more money on it. It’s always we haven’t spent enough money! But you all are CEOs of your States, and you…

  • Why Do We Need a Structural Constitution? [No. 86]
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    Why Do We Need a Structural Constitution? [No. 86]

    Why structure? Why not instead just come up with a document that lists 873 rights of the people and go from there? You could do it that way. You can have a document that lists 873 rights of people. You could even have a document that lists fewer rights, but does so in much more flowery language. You could have a whole series of provisions that say, “Do good, do real good. Don’t do bad. Do great things.” All of that could be written down and people could look at it and cheer. The problem is how is it actually going to work in practice? Constitutions, like everything else in…

  • Is Roman Law a primitive system? [No. 86]
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    Is Roman Law a primitive system? [No. 86]

    It’s important to understand that when you’re talking about Roman law it may be an ancient system but it is not a primitive system. If you were to try to compare Roman law to Roman science, if you were trying to figure out whether or not you wanted to study the theory of evolution or the theory of reproduction or the theory of heavenly bodies using Greek and Roman science you would probably not get very far. If you start looking at the Roman text, it represented an enormous advance in systematization of over every previous system of law anywhere on the face of the globe. Instead of having a…