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G. Edward Griffin The Dangerous Servant A Discourse on Government

www.gedwardgriffin.com | A Discourse on Government by G. Edward Griffin “Government is not reason. It is not eloquence. It is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.” — Attributed to George Washington This program consists of unedited responses to questions presented to G. Edward Griffin by a camera crew creating a documentary on the US Constitution. In this session, he answers the most difficult questions imaginable in the fields of political and social science. The depth and clarity of his response is amazing, especially considering he is speaking extemporaneously without benefit of script or notes. In an era when many people are just now waking up to the WHAT of current events, here are issues for the brain that go far beyond that shallow pool into the deep water of WHY and HOW. Also included is a bonus feature entitled Winning for America, Mr. Griffin’s commentary on the Ron Paul 2008 campaign and a long-term strategy for victory offered by Freedom Force International. With these programs together, be prepared for a most rewarding journey. http | restoretherepublic.com http www.trueworldhistory.info

Suzanna Gratia-Hupp explains the 2nd Amendment to the US Senate. www.LibertyPen.com

Why do liberals think that American freedom of religion applies to religions other than Christianity?

Question by : Why do liberals think that American freedom of religion applies to religions other than Christianity?
When the first Amendment said congress could not establish a religion it meant it couldn’t establish a specific kind of Christianity.

Why are “educated” liberals too stupid to realize that this is one time we ignore both the actual words of the Constitution and the “original intent” since niether actually agree with what typical conservatives agree with?

Best answer:

Answer by bi-polar-itical
and they think the GOD mentioned is the christian GOD. it is a generic term.

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TechAssure Launches a New National Micro Site to Better Serve the IT Sector?s Property, General Liability and E&O Needs

TechAssure Launches a New National Micro Site to Better Serve the IT Sector’s Property, General Liability and E&O Needs

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Many local insurance experts know that each company has its own unique technology insurance needs. While a standard business owner’s policy may be suitable for some companies, those that specialize in niche sectors may require more. For this reason, a number of expert insurance providers have come together to form TechAssure, a non-profit, international association of insurance brokers that specialize in providing all lines of insurance for venture capital and private equity firms, their portfolio companies and IT consultants. TechAssure members represent more than 4,000 clients in the innovation space, with more than $ 1 billion in property and liability insurance premiums.

Now, members of the group have launched a new website, http://coveritfast.com/coverit/. The new site allows IT related businesses to get a quote faster than ever before with CoverITfast, an insurance product custom-made for those in the IT and technology sectors. Through the CoverITfast product, technology businesses can obtain one insurance policy that provides comprehensive office and professional liability coverage, including professional liability risk exposures to technology errors and omissions, network security liability, personal injury and privacy liability, failure to prevent authorized system access, and media and intellectual property coverage.

TechAssure’s members are proud to be the only insurance association that is dedicated to the Tech sector. By joining multiple regional niche tech insurance brokers together to combine their experience, TechAssure is able to better serve its customers and ensure that all clients obtain coverage that is uniquely tailored for their needs.

About CoverITfast:

CoverITfast is an insurance product specifically designed for IT Consultants and technology businesses. Clients who benefit from CoverITfast are in one of the most innovative and dynamic industries and require a technology insurance company that truly understands their unique business needs. Due to the fact that TechAssure is a non-profit association made up of independent insurance brokerages, customers can be assured that they are dealing with an insurance agent that can deliver best of breed insurance advice and the most competitive price for IT Consultants and Technology Companies.


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Q&A: Don’t Liberals understand the meaning of Freedom of Religion and ILLEGAL in the State of Texas?

Question by plezurgui: Don’t Liberals understand the meaning of Freedom of Religion and ILLEGAL in the State of Texas?
Their actions have been adjudicated as ILLEGAL all the way up to the Texas Supreme Court. Now, they want to force these people to give up their Freedom of Religion anyway!
Someone should go to jail over this, do you agree? If not, please explain.
Duh, the court said seizure of the children was illegal, so why haven’t they returned the children?
Liberals in Texas have proven they have no business wielding the power over free people.

Best answer:

Answer by Dave87gn
we dont know what you’re talking about

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How Weed Won The West part 4

In the follow-up to his ground-breaking documentary ‘American Drug War,’ filmmaker Kevin Booth traces the fight against Federal drug regulation in the State of California. A public majority has spoken and said yes to states rights, allowing for the use of medicinal marijuana and opening up a new front in controversial medicinal ‘dispensaries.’ While users herald the freedom of legally-licensed “weed,” powerful forces at the DEA and law enforcement haven’t given up their federal enforcement power yet. Many dispensaries have been raided, targeting their distribution of marijuana and challenging their authority to rise into legitimate business. In the backdrop of this public dispute is the Dark Alliance– where governments handle the volume of drug trafficking and work with cartels and drug dealers to manage the drug flow. Just like the prohibition of alcohol, drugs have thrived on their illicit appeal, and doomed millions of non-violent offenders to incarceration and prosecution. Now, those swearing by the healing power of medicinal marijuana as well as those who simply refuse to be outlawed by a hypocritical rogue government are daring to stand up and declare that the violence, corruption and uncontrolled flow of drugs is due to the prohibition of the substance, not the substance itself. Big Pharma has put millions of non-“drug” users on hallucinogenic prescription drugs and instituted new forms of addiction and dependency, challenging our outdated notions that is only

Part one of my Star Trek Nemesis review/analysis. I guess this is more of a retrospective look back on the features and why they didn’t work too well. I delve into some pointless details and swear a lot. On the whole I thought Nemesis was a slickly made movie. I liked the Remens look a lot. and the lighting was really nice, the visual fx much better since insurrection. This movie felt more authentic and more well made, but at the same time it felt rehashed, and tired. That’s the theme here. Even though Picard has a fresh copy of himself, the movie suffers from a lack of fresh ideas. Its another villain/revenge/doomsday device/picard and bad guy face off/thing explodes movie. It was always a shame to me we never saw a best of both worlds type movie or yesterday’s enterprise or chain of command, or heck even time’s arrow. The show had more latitude to experiment with stories. Because of the expensive risky nature of a feature film, they always stuck with the big dangerous bad guy/big ship/revenge/space battle/something big blows up plot to make it safer for general audiences. It was that catch 22 that I find fascinating, because the exact kind of movies they wanted to make don’t quite gel with the TNG cast. Had they kept the Enterprise D, kept some of the show writers to write larger feature scripts I think we’d have some kick ass TNG films. The sad truth is that no one took a risk. From feeling like that had to include the original cast (part of) in Generations (for box

Bob Bowman: Star Wars Secrets & Lies

This special video interview for Prison Planet.tv subscribers features a discussion with Robert M. Bowman, a former Director of Advanced Space Programs Development for the US Air Force in the Ford and Carter administrations, and a former United States Air Force Lieutenant Colonel with 101 combat missions. He holds a Ph.D. in Aeronautics and Nuclear Engineering from the California Institute of Technology. Bowman is a prominent critic of the Strategic Defense Initiative, aka “Star Wars,” and has also been a vocal advocate for the 9/11 truth movement. Since the early 1980’s, Bowman has headed up an organization called The Patriots (www.thepatriots.us), which mainly consists of former top ranking military officers. The goal of the group is to make public servants follow the Constitution, honor the truth and serve the American people. Bowman has been targeted with death threats, government harassment and three tax audits in two years as a consequence of his bold truth-telling activism, which all started when he blew the whistle on the fact that Reagan’s Star Wars program was an offensive act of military conquest in space and a means of waging aggressive pre-emptive warfare, disguised as a defensive program. Bowman notes that his dissent was in fact encouraged by Reagan’s own Joint Chiefs of Staff, who privately thought that the whole idea was “military lunacy”. The initial intention was to use the space shuttle as a platform from which to test the star wars technology against
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13. Evolution vs. Creationism:Creationism’s Negative Effects

WeHave ( 23 other ) Videos in this series: 1. Evolution vs. Creationism: Listen to the Scientists (www.youtube.com ***** 2.Evolution vs. Creationism:Is Evolution Just a Theory? (www.youtube.com ***** ***** 3.Evolution vs. Creationism: No Controversy (www.youtube.com ***** 4. Evolution vs. Creationism: “Teach the Controversy” (www.youtube.com ***** 5. Evolution vs. Creationism: Is Hearing Both Sides Fair? (www.youtube.com 6.Evolution vs. Creationism:Experts vs. Scientists-Peer Review (www.youtube.com 7.Evolution vs. Creationism: The Process of Science (www.youtube.com ***** 8. Evolution vs. Creationism: Epistemology (www.youtube.com 9. Evolution vs. Creationism: Purpose & Goals of Creationism (www.youtube.com ***** 10. Evolution vs. Creationism:History of Evolution v Creationism (www.youtube.com 11. Evolution vs. Creationism:Evolution Essential to Education(www.youtube.com 12. Evolution vs. Creationism:Pragmatic Value of Evolution (www.youtube.com 13. Evolution vs. Creationism:Creationism’s Negative Effects (www.youtube.com 14. Evolution vs. Creationism: Science Teachers Challenged (www.youtube.com *****15. Evolution vs. Creationism: Biblical Literalism (www.youtube.com ***** 16. Evolution vs. Creationism: The Age of the Earth (www.youtube.com *****17. Evolution vs. Creationism: Scientific Explanations & God (www.youtube.com 18. Evolution vs. Creationism: Freedom of Religion (www.youtube.com 19. Evolution vs. Creationism:Gaps in the Record & Complexity (www.youtube.com
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Ron Paul: US Should Offer Friendship To Iran Not War 2011

Texas Rep. Ron Paul, fresh off a win in the Illinois Republicans presidential candidate straw poll, is ruling out an independent bid for the White House, saying he doesn’t want to go that route. “I have no intention doing that. That doesn’t make sense to me to even think about it, let alone plan to do that,” Paul told “Fox News Sunday.” Asked why, Paul responded: “Because I don’t want to do it. That’s the reason.” But Paul said that if he’s not the nominee, he’s not certain that he would support the GOP nominee. “Probably not unless I get to talk to them and find out what they believe in. But if they believe on expanding the wars, if they don’t believe in looking at the Federal Reserve; if they don’t believe in real cuts, if they don’t believe in deregulation and better tax system, it would defy everything I believe in,” Paul said. “And so, therefore, I would be reluctant to jump on board and tell all of the supporters that have given me trust and money that all of a sudden, I’d say, all we’ve done is for naught. So, let’s support anybody at all … even if they disagree with everything that we do,” Paul added. The three-time presidential candidate, and one-time Libertarian nominee, gave as an example Herman Cain, whose recent scrutiny over alleged sexual harassment claims isn’t what bothers Paul. “The allegations against his program, he’s liking, you know, the Federal Reserve and his national sales tax — yes, they are very legitimate and his support for bailouts, those

Peter Galison is the Joseph Pellegrino University Professor of the History of Science and of Physics at Harvard University; his doctoral dissertations were at Harvard in the history of science and in particle physics (electroweak theory). Galison’s work explores the complex interaction between the three principal subcultures of physics–experimentation, instrumentation, and theory, and all focus on the role of visualization and materiality in scientific work. Among his books are: How Experiments End (1987), Image and Logic (1997), Einstein’s Clocks, Poincaré’s Maps (2003), L. Daston, Objectivity (2007) and (among other co-edited volumes) The Architecture of Science, Picturing Science, Producing Art, Scientific Authorship, and Einstein for the 21st Century. To explore the relation of scientific work with larger issues of politics, he has made two documentary films: “Ultimate Weapon: The H-bomb Dilemma” (2000), and, with Robb Moss,”Secrecy” (about national security secrecy and democracy), which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2008. At present, he is completing a book, Building Crashing Thinking (on technologies that re-form the self) and has just begun a new documentary film project on the long-term geological storage of nuclear waste, “Nuclear Underground.” AboutTEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx

Powering The Future part 1: The Energy Revolution HD

Our host, M. Sanjayan, explores the beginnings of a shift in energy use that will change the world. Whether for national security, the economy, or the health of our planet, there are as many drivers for change as there are technologies vying for a top spot. The hope is for a silver bullet to solve the problem all at once; the reality is that mankind is looking at the next industrial revolution, requiring the greatest minds and all the creativity we can harness. The episode looks at cutting edge technologies that could allow us to break our dependence on fossil fuels. ________________________________________________ SUBSCRIBE for more Science in HD . . .Please share and LIKE this video. Thanks. ——————————FOLLOW ME————————————- Blogger: bit.ly Twitter: bit.ly Facebook: on.fb.me ——————PLEASE SHARE THESE VIDEO——————- More info:science.discovery.com

SPECIAL REPORT: Symptoms of Tyranny, Oathkeepers in Arizona

RTR.org | An epidemic is sweeping the nation. In this special report, never seen on the mainstream news, we look at the symptoms of tyranny and take you to Arizona where the Oathkeepers converged to march for a fallen Marine. Jose Manuel Guerena was shot 61 times in his home when Pima County SWAT entered to serve a search warrant. You will get an inside look at the Oathkeepers memorial service where Stewart Rhodes and Sheriff Richard Mack spoke of the recent abuses, presented the widow with a plaque, and provided solutions on how you can overcome these symptoms of tyranny. Producer Editor: Gary Franchi Writers: Gary Franchi / Nina Police Camera: Drew Phillips