Prof. Goodwin Liu Interviewed at White Oak

Prof. Goodwin Liu interviewed by the Brennan Center for Justice while attending “The Next Democracy” conference at White Oak Conservancy Center in Florida. Liu is an Associate Dean and Professor of Law at the UC Berkeley School of Law. His primary areas of expertise are constitutional law, education law and policy, civil rights, and the Supreme Court. His forthcoming book, Keeping Faith with the Constitution (with Pamela Karlan and Christopher Schroeder), offers an account of constitutional interpretation that explains and defends the most important constitutional achievements of the American people while exposing the shortcomings of originalism and strict construction. Prof. Liu discusses the idea of deliberative democracy as well as progressive jurisprudence in this interview.

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Magistrate fails to prove Juristiction – Freeman Dismisses case.pt.1/2

This 2 part video shows a laymen representing a birth certificate in court and claiming freeman status under common law, the police are called to the courtroom and realise they are powerless to do anything and because the judge cannot prove juristiction over him, the freeman dismisses the case himself and walks out, with police around him.

Duration : 0:8:26

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Robert Bork – Constitutional Precedent

Judge Bork explains why in Constitutional law, precedent is less important than elsewhere. http://www.libertypen.com

Duration : 0:3:52

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