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Liberty Chronicles, Ep. 24; Court & County in the First British Empire

Liberty Chronicles, Ep. 24; Court & County in the First British Empire

Anthony Comegna: We’re inclined to look at 18th century America and see the grand legacy of freedoms won. The colonists, after all, governed themselves and they had little need for imperial management from Great Britain. Colonists all over disparaged the idea of monarchy and Tom Paine smashed it to pieces. The world’s most powerful state lost its most vigorous appendages after the revolution of ’76 and the settlers there expanded all sorts of civil rights to new cohorts over time….

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Why I Hate Society, But Love Humanity

Why I Hate Society, But Love Humanity

in our society today, do you class yourself as free? or are you constantly clinging onto things, which give no guarantee? do our materialistic items ever deliver to us real happiness? or do they distort us from reality and for our conscience are they poisonous? see happiness comes within yet we always tend to forget. we spend our whole lives chasing money and on our death beds seem to regret. I used to be unaware of this I’d let other…

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School choice and localism | IN 60 SECONDS

School choice and localism | IN 60 SECONDS

After the 2016 election, some school choice advocates hoped for a huge federal choice initiative. But the last two decades of federal K-12 policy demonstrates why that might not be so wise. Big, bold Washington reforms can misunderstand the important differences between communities; generate bulky, clumsy programs; and as a result, engender resentment among local stakeholders. So choice advocates might thank Uncle Sam for his interest, but ask him to step back. For 25 years, states and locals have led…

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Globalism vs Nationalism – End Time

Globalism vs Nationalism – End Time

Hi, today I’m gonna read the January February of 2019 of Endtime Magazine by , and I kind of think it’s kind of interesting because, just today the President happened to be with this guy here. The President France. So, I just thought it’d be interesting to read this. I don’t give my opinion. I don’t have any opinion, but I just want to read the article. This is from January and the name of the magazine is The Most…

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WGS17 Sessions: Designing a Better Future for Food

WGS17 Sessions: Designing a Better Future for Food

There was an American philosopher who once said: “For every complicated problem there is a simple and a wrong solution.” And I heard… some of the most brilliant propositions I heard today, but I’m probably the only politician in the group that is speaking today, maybe the minister’s fit that category. So I’ve been a legislator and a regulator and a politician. And the two items that I didn’t hear very much about today are politics and culture. So food…

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Americans Answer Basic Questions About Canada

Americans Answer Basic Questions About Canada

– Is Canadian a language? – I dated a girl from Montreal for a year and a half. I love Canada. – All right! I’ve been there twice. – [Voiceover] What is the capital of Canada? (laughing) – I only know, like, three cities in Canada, so I’m just going to say them. Montreal… what’s the other one? – Canada’s capital? Ontario is a whole place… – The capital, the capital of Canada? – Let’s go with Toronto, where my…

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Noam Chomsky – The Nanny State

Noam Chomsky – The Nanny State

Hedges: You talk about the nanny state What do you mean – the nanny state? What do you mean by that? Chomsky: The nanny state is a state that gives gifts to sectors that have the power to demand it, which typically means the rich and the powerful. I mean there are, you know — Hedges: So is this like subsidies to the fossil fuel industry? Chomsky: Hundreds of billions of dollars – I think it’s something like 500 billion…

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WGS17 Session: Values & Dreams, Antidotes to Radicalization

WGS17 Session: Values & Dreams, Antidotes to Radicalization

How comes it that humans make their greatest exertions not for their own gain, family, or lives, but for an idea; a moral conception of who I am and who we are? and this is the privilege of absurdity to which no creature but man is subject, of which Thomas Hobbes have written Leviathan. In the middle of last century, Andre Malraux, the great French cultural polymath said, “the next century has to be religious or it will not be.”…

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