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Countries in SE Asia, Latin America report increasing number of COVID-19 cases

Countries in SE Asia, Latin America report increasing number of COVID-19 cases

Cova 19 is spreading fast across the globe particularly in Southeast Asia and Latin America malucia reported more than 790 confirmed cases and has already banned foreigners from entering the country and credited its citizens from traveling abroad until the end of March Indonesia has more than 200 confirmed cases and has extended its state of emergency until May in Latin America at least 1200 cases have been reported across some 20 countries in the region Chile Guatemala Costa Rica…

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Milton Friedman Speaks: Equality and Freedom in the Free Enterprise System (B1238) – Full Video

Milton Friedman Speaks: Equality and Freedom in the Free Enterprise System (B1238) – Full Video

♪ Music ♪ Reality – captured in user friendly symbols and processed for understanding. ♪ Music ♪ The Idea Channel It is my great pleasure to present to you Professor Milton Friedman on the subject, “Equality and Freedom in the Free Enterprise System.” Professor Friedman. (applause) What I’m going to talk to you about tonight is a topic that is of extraordinary topical importance, but also of great subtlety, philosophically and in every other way. The belief that government has…

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The Opioid Epidemic is a Lie – Medical Freedom

The Opioid Epidemic is a Lie – Medical Freedom

I am sitting in a stick Hut in the park. Today, I’d like to talk with you a bit about medical freedom. I do a radio show called medical freedom and I’m asked sometimes, well, what is medical freedom? And it’s really a right that we don’t have, but we should. One of our founding fathers, signer of the Declaration of Independence, was Dr. Benjamin Rush, and he urged for a provision to be made for medical freedom just as…

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Freedom from Fear, Freedom from Want | Hugh Segal | Walrus Talks

Freedom from Fear, Freedom from Want | Hugh Segal | Walrus Talks

Your honour, your worship, it’s a great privilege to be here on the land of the Cree and the Six Nations and the Métis. I’ve been told, my name is Hugh Segal, I can only speak for seven minutes. I was in the Senate for nine years [laughter], I had colleagues who couldn’t clear their throat in seven minutes [laughter], but I will do my very best and I will not make fun of engineers except to say this, having…

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REAL HISTORY: Mussolini was just a Marxist with a twist

REAL HISTORY: Mussolini was just a Marxist with a twist

D’Souza: Ultimately, Mussolini decided that what Marx got wrong is that, for Marx, the sole dividing line was class. Whereas, as Mussolini saw it, people are not so much attached to their class as they are attached to their country. Mussolini saw that in World War I, the German socialists fought for Germany, and the French socialists fought for France. And so, Mussolini said there’s only one kind of socialism that will work in the future, it is national socialism….

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R.E.S.T.A.R.T. America – The Third Wave by Steve Case

R.E.S.T.A.R.T. America – The Third Wave by Steve Case

Well a lot of people are worried about job loss in the future. They’re scared of artificial intelligence, and robotics, and driverless cars. Millions, maybe tens of millions of people will be out of work. And what do we do about that? If you look back in history, technology has always destroyed jobs and it’s going to continue to destroy jobs. The real question is what we can do to offset that by creating jobs and sometimes even creating new…

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If America’s education system is outdated, how can we evolve? | Derrell Bradford

If America’s education system is outdated, how can we evolve? | Derrell Bradford

There are lots of times when I go out and I talk to people, and I have a little game I play I’ll say, “Who in here has more than one kid?” And then somebody will raise their hand and I’ll say, “I bet sometimes you look at one of your kids and you’re like this one is mine and other times you look at the other one and you say I don’t know where you came from.” Those kids…

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America’s Biggest Issues: Welfare

America’s Biggest Issues: Welfare

(dramatic music) When President Lyndon Johnson launched his War on Poverty in the 1960s, he pledged to eliminate poverty in America. But more than five decades, several welfare programs, and $25 trillion later, the welfare system has largely failed the poor. Currently, the United States spends about a trillion dollars a year on over 90 different federal, state, and local welfare programs. Yet around 12% of Americans are still considered poor. We are clearly spending a lot of money. So…

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