Iraq’s Killer No.1: Americas Handicap of Learning Foreign Language & deficiencies of Others Culture

iraq barack obama joe biden obama flip flopped withdrawing troops iraq. john mccain invading iraq decorated long island soldier britain pull troops robert greenwald corporations rahul mahajan culmination united states gulf war backgrounders reconstruction britannica charles tripp helen chapin metz country’s constitution constitutional law thematic maps perry castañeda university texas duncan hunter republican staff sgt. travis atkins tackled suicide bomber invasion coalition saddam hussein

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Sarah Palin can’t name one Supreme Court case

Sarah Palin can’t name one Supreme Court case

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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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Republicans Oppose Al Franken’s Law on Protecting Victims of Gang Rape

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When Did A News Paper Become A Legal Document?

Bill O’Reilly and Chris Matthews try to use a new paper like it is a legal document and my question is When Did A News Paper Become A Legal Document ?

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Cold Case Files 016 Part 1

KILLER IN THE COUNTY

The killer of four women goes free until cold case detective John Little is brought in and finds key evidence on a coffee cup. This portrait of a ruthless murderer includes tapes of his chilling confessions. When confronted with DNA evidence, Faryion Wardrip pleaded guilty and is currently on death row in Texas. We talk to all of the investigators involved, some members of victims’ families, and Wardrip’s brother, who thinks Faryion should be executed immediately.

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Legal News Headlines 1/22/10

Todays coverage includes Roman Polanski, the Supreme Court’s ruling on corporate political campaign financing and John Edwards confirms he’s the father. Scott Drake hosts…Legal Headline News

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Today’s Legal News Headlines 2/23/2010

The U.S. Supreme Court asked the Obama administration Monday to weigh in on a Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) subsidiary’s challenge to a lawsuit alleging that it defrauded Medicare over it’s drug Procrit.

The CARD Act goes into affect. The new rules include full disclosure on fees and how long it will take to pay off your balance.

Toyota says it received a subpoena from a federal grand jury requesting documents related to unintended acceleration of its vehicles and the braking system of its Prius hybrid.

The daughter of a man who crashed his small plane into an IRS building in Texas is calling her father a hero.

Philip Morris the nation’s largest tobacco maker is asking the Supreme Court to throw out court rulings holding that the industry illegally concealed the dangers of cigarette smoking.

Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley says a federal law that defines marriage as a union between a man and a woman interferes with her state’s right to regulate the institution.

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The Path of Constitutional Law: Continuity Crossroads Crisis

The path of constitutional law has indeed run through the Nation’s most pivotal events and controversies—from the Civil War to the Cold War, from industrialization to the computer age, and from states’ rights to civil rights. How well has the Constitution mediated society’s most basic conflicts? What are the most important issues that remain unsettled in constitutional law? And can our Constitution be readily adapted to the challenges on the horizon? In this presentation from UC Berkeley School of Law, six of the nation’s top legal scholars address these questions and more. [10/2005] [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 11153]

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