Universal Postal Union and mail-order opiates — interview with James Campbell | VIEWPOINT

Universal Postal Union and mail-order opiates — interview with James Campbell | VIEWPOINT

Jim: Customs and security scrutiny of inbound postal packages is much less than is applied to all other packages. The international drug dealers are very well aware of the situation. Richard: Jim Campbell, you’re an internationally recognized postal policy expert and an attorney who’s done a lot of work for Federal Express. And you’re also […]

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Marcin Jakubowski: Open-sourced blueprints for civilization

Marcin Jakubowski: Open-sourced blueprints for civilization

Hi, my name is Marcin — farmer, technologist. I was born in Poland, now in the U.S. I started a group called Open Source Ecology. We’ve identified the 50 most important machines that we think it takes for modern life to exist — things from tractors, bread ovens, circuit makers. Then we set out to […]

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Robert Reich: Why Unions Matter to You

Robert Reich: Why Unions Matter to You

As I travel around the country, I tell people: if you have a job, join a union. And if you don’t have a union, start one. You see, it all comes down to the balance of power between business and workers. You strengthen the middle class by strengthening unions. In the mid-1950s, unions were strong, […]

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Why Some Former British Colonies Use Dollars

Why Some Former British Colonies Use Dollars

As anyone who knows anything about Britain knows, the United Kingdom uses a currency known as the Great British Pound. Also, look at that empire they once used to control. Impressive, right? Well, what about some of their former colonies? Do they use pounds? Well, Egypt does, but what about the others? Well, obviously America […]

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How the tech revolution has left communities behind

How the tech revolution has left communities behind

(light music) – So, the three pillars are really the pillars that hold up society. On the one hand, there’s the political pillar: the state, government. There is the economic pillar: markets. And then there is the societal or sociological pillar: communities, people, democracy. And together these pillars, essentially, make our society what it is. […]

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Ending The Cultural Marxism Meme

Ending The Cultural Marxism Meme

poll pepe profile pictures rational sceptics we have a talk go on take a seat have a drink consider this an intervention from those who love you all this talk recently of cultural Marxism white genocide globalism it’s it’s concerning and I know some of this applies to more review than others but nonetheless what […]

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The Catholic Church – Builder of Civilization, Episode 5: The University System

Thomas: “The Church is the enemy of knowledge and learning,” Her opponents say. Well then, why did She give birth to the university system? It’s another forbidden question and we’re going to look at it today on The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. (music) Thomas: Welcome to The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. I’m Thomas […]

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What If GERMANY Left The European Union?

What If GERMANY Left The European Union?

Germany is one crazy amazingly powerful country that stands at fifth in the world when it comes to its economic Complexity but today here on FTD facts just for fun We are playing a little What-if game and to see what would happen if Germany left the EU hey everybody what’s going on and welcome […]

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The Catholic Church – Builder of Civilization, Episode 4: The Galileo Case

The Catholic Church – Builder of Civilization, Episode 4: The Galileo Case

Thomas: The Galileo case, does it really prove that the Church was an enemy of science? What really happened in the Galileo incident? Let’s look at it today on The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. (music) Thomas: Welcome to The Catholic Church: Builder of Civilization. I’m Thomas Woods. Today we’r e taking on the difficult […]

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Janus v. AFSCME: Can teachers unions be saved? | WHAT IF?

Janus v. AFSCME: Can teachers unions be saved? | WHAT IF?

In the spring of 2018, teachers unions had a wave of victories with a string of red state strikes, but summer brought a major defeat when the Supreme Court ruled in Janus v. AFSCME that agency fees are unconstitutional. Before Janus, some states compelled non-union teachers to pay an agency fee to the union that […]

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