Hague Biased? Kosovo independence ‘legal’

The UN’s highest court has ruled Kosovo’s unilateral declaration of independence from Serbia over two years ago did not violate international law. The court said there is no article which prevents declarations of sovereignty. The decision which is a rejection of a claim by Serbia, is non-binding. Journalist and historian Neboisha Malich says the Hague’s decision is biased.

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Legal Headline News 10/20/10

Don’t Ask Don’t Tell frozen. Toyota recalls certain models. Federal investigation on foreclosures.
More at http://lbnnews.com

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US ends political campaign spending limits

The US supreme court has issued a landmark ruling that will change the way US election campaigns are financed.

By a 5 to 4 vote, the court lifted long-standing limits on corporate spending in political campaigns, opening the door for private entities to flood the political marketplace with corporate money.

Al Jazeera’s John Terrett explains why it is likely to have an immediate effect on the upcoming Congressional elections in November.

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Barely Legal Radio – Free Legal Advice w/ Joe Escalante – How To Start A Business & Intern Law

Every Friday at 11 AM pacific time on indie1031.com Joe Escalante answers your legal questions live and for free for one hour. Call 877-900-1031 to get your question answered.
Better yet, email your questions to info@barelylegalradio.com and we will set up a time to call you back and record your question and answer for the next broadcast.

This video is © Chi-Com, Intl. Inc. and is soley for entertainment purposes only. You should always seek the advice of your own attorney that you can interact with on a personal level when you need legal advice. www.barelylegalradio.com

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The County Sheriff America’s Last Hope Richard Mack Oath Keeper 2 of 7

Oath Keeper Sheriff Richard Mack presents his book The County Sheriff America’s Last Hope in Three Forks Montana, July 5, 2009.

Sheriff Mack’s newest book covers decades of research to prove once and for all that the sheriffs in this country are indeed the ultimate law authority in their respective jurisdictions. The sheriff absolutely has the power and responsiblity to defend his citizens against all enemies, including those from our own Federal Government. History, case law, common law and common sense all show clear evidence that the sheriff is the people’s protector in all issues of injustice and is responsible for keeping the peace in all matters. He is the last line of defense for his constituents; he is America’s last hope to regain our forgotten freedom. This short but powerful book is a must read for all citizens, sheriffs, and government officials that we may all work to return America to the constitutional republic she was meant to be. Amazing as it might be, the sheriff can make this happen!

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Exclusive: Tony Yayo Gives Hip Hop Legal Advice !!

Tony Yayo explains certain legal mistakes rappers make and also talks about him helping out Max B!!

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Solicitors Keep It Up For Soccer Aid

Ralli supporting Soccer Aid and England’s 2018 World Cup bid.

Video featuring Stephen Fox, Stuart Page, David Potts, Jane Probert, Zara Niemand, Andrew Coyne, Ian Hazeldine, Deborah Kirwan, Duncan Clegg, Michael Forrester, Martin Coyne and Gillian Nuttall.

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Arizona immigration law sparks controversy

The western US state of Arizona has enacted the toughest immigration law in the country aimed at cracking down on hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants.

Barack Obama, the US president, has called the law “misguided” and expressed concern over possible civil rights implications.

Activists say the new legislation legalises racial profiling and discrimination, and right groups have vowed to take their case to the nation’s highest courts.

The new legislation is likely to reignite a national debate on the reform of the US federal immigration system, as Al Jazeera’s Monica Villamizar explains. (Apr 24, 2010)

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What is the case law regarding gender discrimination in the workplace?

Specifically, a female worker, cohabiting with a female domestic partner, who also has an adopted child with a medical condition, feels she has been discriminated against in her professional workplace. She has an excellent track record with the company but has been passed over time and time again for promotions, while all the males who […]