Margaret Hoover – Trump’s Third State of the Union Is Unlike Any Other in History | The Daily Show

Margaret Hoover – Trump’s Third State of the Union Is Unlike Any Other in History | The Daily Show

Let’s jump into it from a perspective that I think is really unique. Uh, you have often referred to yourself as a Republican in exile, you know, as somebody who said you’re not happy with where the Republican Party has gone, you feel like it has become hyperpartisan, people are afraid to stand up to […]

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After Years of Searching, Queer Man Finds Community In Philly. “This Is What A Family Feels Like.”

After Years of Searching, Queer Man Finds Community In Philly. “This Is What A Family Feels Like.”

My name is Gabriel Marenco-Garcia and I’m from Tomball, Texas. I grew up in a predominantly Latinx household, which was also dominated by Catholicism. Even the location of where I grew up is on the far northwest side of the Houston suburbs, borderline rural, and so it was an interesting combination of both city folk […]

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David Remnick – Dissecting Trump’s First State Of The Union | The Daily Show

David Remnick – Dissecting Trump’s First State Of The Union | The Daily Show

My guest tonight is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, author of six books, and longtime editor of The New Yorker. Please welcome David Remnick. -(cheering and applause) -Hello, sir. Good to have you back on. Let’s, uh, jump straight into it. -I know it just happened, -(chuckles): Yeah. It did. and we-we all just watched it. […]

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Labor Before Unions

nineteen thirty-five the american uh… automobile manufacturers association also knows the automobile manufacturers association who is a lobbying group of front group for the car manufacturers that ironically brought us mit romney they handed the phrase right to work for the refers to uh… nineteen thirty-five now this is this is very similar and i […]

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‘Union Thugs’ Steven Crowder Fight Video DEBUNKED

‘Union Thugs’ Steven Crowder Fight Video DEBUNKED

the david championship days assessment dot com i’ve gotta get right into it because there’s so much to talk about today this video started circulating around the time that the michigan right to work right to work for laughs rectifier protests were going on and this video was that was put out there by steven […]

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Target Anti-Union Ad Stars Union Members

Target Anti-Union Ad Stars Union Members

so target day is at being targeted by union because you know the i want improve the wages of the people that that workers saturn target does not like that uh… no targets for the right wing they’ve gotten to some uh… trouble over that before i had a fun politicians who are uh… are […]

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The Role of Hadith Literature in Islam

The Role of Hadith Literature in Islam

A second source of authority is what’s called the hadith or the hadith literature, and hadith literature are simply written traditions that record what Mohammed said, did, or approved of, and these are categorized by subject. Okay, so for example, maybe Mohammed one day in Saudi Arabia was, was walking around and somebody comes up […]

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D’Souza sounds off on NYC’s ‘culturally responsive’ education

D’Souza sounds off on NYC’s ‘culturally responsive’ education

ALREADY THROW IN NEW YORK CITY. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. ALSO TONIGHT AS PRESIDENT TRUMP HAMMERS THE FAILED LIBERAL POLICIES THAT WRECKED BALTIMORE SOME DEMOCRATS ARE PUSHING POLICIES THAT TREAT SCHOOL KIDS LIKE SOCIAL JUSTICE LAB RATS. INSIDE NEW YORK CITY OFFICIALS APPROVED A NEW CULTURE’S RESPONSIVE EDUCATION POLICY THAT REQUIRES SCHOOLS TO STOP THE […]

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A Short History of Trade Unions

A Short History of Trade Unions

Back in medieval times, most peasants worked the land belonging to their feudal lord. They would not be paid a wage, but could keep a small amount of their output for themselves and build themselves a home. They did not own their labour, and could not move to another lord’s land for a better deal: […]

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Janus v. AFSCME: Union Fees & the First Amendment [SCOTUSbrief]

Janus v. AFSCME: Union Fees & the First Amendment [SCOTUSbrief]

The issue in this case are whether public sector union fees are constitutional. The parties to this case are Mark Janus, Child Support Specialist Employed by the State of Illinois, and the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees Council 31, otherwise known as AFSCME Council 31, as well as various departments of the […]

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