Tom Cruise & Scientology: Career Death 1of4

Note to YouTube Legal:
These fair use reportage clips are owned by my friend Rupert. They are not the property of the so called “Church” of Scientology or the hetrosexual actor Tom Cruise. If you actually bother to watch the clip then you’ll see that any tiny percentage of non-rupert footage clearly passes the legal test of News Reportage with respect to copyright claims on the whole clip.

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Constitutional Fraud

It is now known that Barry Soetoro, AKA Barack Obama was NOT a Constitutional Law professor at the University of Chicago. The real truth is that Barack Obama was merely an ‘instructor’ at Chicago Law School, not a professor. He was only hired because the Board of Trustees demanded that he be given a temporary position. The position was nothing more than a political stepping stool. The other professors hated him because he was lazy, unqualified, never attended any of the faculty meetings. He was said to have had the lowest intellectual capacity in the building.

He surrendered his license back in 2008 possibly to escape charges. Michelle Obama also “voluntarily surrendered” her law license in 1993

http://www.examiner.com/x-37620-Conservative-Examiner~y2010m4d3-Investigation-reveals-numerous-bogus-claims-on-Obama-resume

Michelle says Kenya is Barry’s home country. “Barack has led by example, when we took our trip to Africa and visited his home country´╗┐ in, Kenya.”
http://www.traditionalvalues.org/2008-pvr/video/vid60.php

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Employees Expose FOX NEWS’ Distortions

http://de.youtube.com/user/tyrannyofsoulz

FOX News: “Fair and balanced” because they say so!

A brief but shocking compilation from the documentary:
“OUTFOXED: Rupert Murdoch’s War on Journalism”
http://www.outfoxed.org/

As Rupert Murdoch’s ‘war on journalism’ hits new lows, droves of disgruntled employees are confessing their many misdeeds, brought upon by the Soviet-Union-esque environment they faced at FOX News. Watch how FOX executives dictate their bias by forcing reporters to follow memos that predetermine what they can say and how they should say it.

Rupert Murdoch has decided that the best approach to journalism is to parade opinions dressed-up as News. The reason is simple: No one can disprove an opinion, and therefore, credibility is easier to maintain. Should they ever be caught lying, the legal process affords them protection under the First Amendment. We also have Congress to thank for the bright idea of passing a rider Bill (hidden) to deregulate the News Media.

That’s right; Corporate News entities can tell lies and distort the news as they please, and it’s all perfectly legal.

To the best of my knowledge, no country can have or maintain democracy without an honest Press or, at least, one that can be held accountable. But where is ours?

Not convinced? “Florida Appeals Court ruled that there is absolutely nothing illegal in a major media organization lying, concealing or distorting information”: http://www.netfeed.com/~jhill/RupertM…

This video clip is a brief compilation from Robert Greenwald’s documentary:
“OUTFOXED: Rupert Murdoch’s War on Journalism”:
http://www.outfoxed.org/

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6APR10 THAILAND ; Breaking News at 5 PM ; TV Ch3 ; The Red Shirt Protesters Defy Against the Government’s Legal Regulations

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Legal News Headlines 4.21.2010

http://lbnnews.com

Justice Stevens celebrates 90th birthday.
Arizona Immigration bill passes Senate.
Charles Schwab pays settlement over mortgage backed securities.
Supreme Court strikes down law banning animal cruelty videos.

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The Forum: Citizens United v. FEC: Did The Court Get It Right? What Happens Next?

Last month the Supreme Court decided what may well be the most important decision of the Term (if not the Roberts Court thus far). In Citizens United, the justices invalidated a provision of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act which barred corporations from spending money on behalf of, or against, candidates for office. They also overturned their precedent in Austin v. Michigan Chamber of Commerce, which had allowed restrictions on corporate speech. Citizens United has been applauded in some quarters as a “free speech” decision, or for eliminating distinctions between corporations and individuals. It has been reviled in other quarters for the same reasons. Polls show unhappiness on both the left and the right. This Forum brings together a set of high-profile experts to talk about Citizens United: whether it was right or wrong as a matter of constitutional law, and what its ramifications will be for American politics? Will money now flow from corporate coffers into political races? Or will the decision mean less that it seems in the long run?

Panelists:

Floyd Abrams, Partner, Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP

Samuel Issacharoff, Bonnie and Richard Reiss Professor of Constitutional Law, NYU School of Law

Monica Youn, Counsel in the Democracy Program of the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law

http://www.law.nyu.edu/students/theforum/index.htm

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Sly Stone sues his former manager

Sly Stone sued a former business manager and others on Thursday, claiming tens of millions of dollars in royalties were kept from the singer who now depends on Social Security to survive.

Stone, whose real name is Sylvester Stewart, was the frontman of the 1970s funk group Sly and The Family Stone.

He sued former manager Gerald Goldstein and several companies in Los Angeles, alleging they kept 20 years of royalty payments and leveraged Stone’s work and rights to accumulate as much as $80 million in assets.

The complaint said Stone has been homeless at times and is dependent on Social Security. Goldstein paid Stone some money until 2007, when the payments stopped, the lawsuit states.

Stone depended on Goldstein to handle his financial affairs, the suit states.

Scott Drake talks to Robert Allan

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