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Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth: “Conservatives and the Constitution” presented by Professor Kersch

Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth: “Conservatives and the Constitution” presented by Professor Kersch

– Welcome to the Rockefeller Center to Constitution Day and to the Brooks Family Lecture. I’m Herschel Nachlis, a professor in the Department of Government in the Rockefeller Center. It’s my great pleasure to welcome you to today’s conversation about conservatives and the Constitution with Professor Ken Kersch of Boston College. So a few words about the center, the Brooks Family Lecture, and most importantly our speaker and our subject today. So, for those of you new to Dartmouth, The…

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Tajsa.eu: Mass Shootings of the Roma and the Nazi Ideological Concept of Race (Ukraine 2 – English)

Tajsa.eu: Mass Shootings of the Roma and the Nazi Ideological Concept of Race (Ukraine 2 – English)

The little children were thrown alive into the pit. Other children, a bit older, were bitten in their heads with shovels, and those even older were shot down. The shooting went on… horrifying shooting… horrifying shooting. The persecutions and the policies of persecutions and killings, in numerous Ukrainian cities had their peculiarities, even though, eventually, the final result of these policies was death. And if we recall Chernihiv, then it is perhaps the largest eloquent occasion of how anti-Roma policies…

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The Differences Between Liberals and Conservatives | Jonathan Haidt & Jordan B Peterson

The Differences Between Liberals and Conservatives | Jonathan Haidt & Jordan B Peterson

so the fundamental thing that I learned from Paul Rossum is to see us as these amazing omnivores this is part of our survival strategy even more than other other Apes we are just brilliant omnivores and we have the Omnivore’s Dilemma which is we’ve got to be interested in all kinds of new stuff we’re not tied to any place we can roam on to a whole new continent so we’re interested in stuff but stuff has all kinds…

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Free To Choose 1990 – The Failure of Socialism – Mini Schools

Free To Choose 1990 – The Failure of Socialism – Mini Schools

For three years parents at this school could choose to send their children to any of several specially created mini-schools, each with a different curriculum. The experiment was designed to restore a choice to those who were most closely involved, the parents and the teachers. DON AYERS, FORMER PRINCIPAL: Probably the most significant thing that happened was that the teachers, for the first time, had some power, and they were able to build the curriculum to fit the needs of…

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Trump embodies Reagan’s American optimism in talks with North Korea

Trump embodies Reagan’s American optimism in talks with North Korea

Trump: The president has literally brought us from the brink of war, when it comes to North Korea, to renewed peace talks, yet the Left, Dinesh, wants to claim that he is “legitimizing” Kim Jong Un. What is your reaction to all of this? D’Souza: My mind flashes back to Reagan’s meetings with Gorbachev. Remember, Gorbachev was completely a product of the Soviet system. He came up “through the Gulag,” you might say. There was no automatic reason to believe…

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CAPITALISM, SOCIALISM & COMMUNISM EXPLAINED SIMPLY

CAPITALISM, SOCIALISM & COMMUNISM EXPLAINED SIMPLY

Capitalism, socialism and communism are all political and economic models. In capitalist societies, products and services are provided by the individual. These individuals employ workers and are allowed to keep the profit from the excess production the workers create. This system incentivises individuals to come up with ways of generating wealth for themselves. Competition between rival businesses occurs naturally, this leads to more productivity which in turn generates wealth and advancement for the rest of society. Karl Marx – a…

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Understanding the Global Community – Liberalism/Neoliberalism

Understanding the Global Community – Liberalism/Neoliberalism

>>>>Dean Grillot: So moving on to other forms of international relations theory, let’s look at liberalism and neoliberalism. Liberalism is actually one of the earliest forms of international relations theories. It was created shortly after the First World War, what was then called the Great War, to prevent another one. Scholars, thinkers, and decision-makers got together and decided to question, “What can we do to prevent another great war?” So they started to focus on issues like common interest. How…

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Yale & Ivy League Model United Nations Delegation

Yale & Ivy League Model United Nations Delegation

(“On My Mind” by Retro Mirzie) – [Narrator] So basically this trip is to get students really involved in Model United Nations and learning about world affairs and becoming passionate about the world in which we live. They’ve also been able to meet incredible people. They’re students who have the same sort of goals and aspirations as them and they really seem to enjoy meeting these people and just growing as people as well. They also seem to have grown…

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Robert Solow, Suzanne Berger, Joshua Cohen, Kenneth Arrow at MIT – SHASS 50th Anniv. Colloquium 2000

Robert Solow, Suzanne Berger, Joshua Cohen, Kenneth Arrow at MIT – SHASS 50th Anniv. Colloquium 2000

[MUSIC PLAYING] JOSHUA COHEN: I think we can get started. I’d like to welcome you all to this last session of this two-day colloquium– just to make sure you’re in the right room– this is the 50th anniversary celebration session for. And our question for this final session is, is capitalism good for democracy? Or we could put the question more colorlessly as, what is the relationship between capitalism and democracy? Now I have the– I guess there’s been enough…

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Christian Radio Host: Liberals Responsible For STD’s

Christian Radio Host: Liberals Responsible For STD’s

into sexual is asian of children and that’s what it is right tell children admitted divvied up don’t do as i used to say it was i do as with comprehensive sex education saying well you know getting what we can and that sometimes not even all the time anymore because of our listeners that all the acids education requirements it’s it’s a itself briefing discarded picasa quotas subordination taxpayer yet over-the-counter answered slovo we have some of this nation…

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