As of the fourth Republican Debate, 15 candidates are left competing for the GOP’s presidential nomination. Although the candidates have expressed widely differing views, at the heart of party politics is holding the same values and beliefs. So what exactly do Republicans believe? To start, the Republican Party calls itself “the party of opportunity,” referring…Read More What Do Republicans Believe?
Hi, I’m Craig, and this is Crash Course Government and Politics, and today, we’re talking about free speech. Other Craig: Finally, today we can let loose and establish the kinds of things we can say to criticize our government, like the crazy idea that money and speech are the same thing. Other Other Craig: Not…Read More Freedom of Speech: Crash Course Government and Politics #25
On March 2nd, 2017, former President George W. Bush appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, hosted by the eponymous comedian. Bush laughed at himself and his inability to properly wear a poncho two months prior at the inauguration of President Donald Trump. Bush’s “Aw, shucks” humility and TV dad persona seemingly clashed with the vulgar,…Read More You Can’t Rehabilitate George W. Bush | Renegade Cut
Byaah. (singing) Chappelle show. Ladies and gentlemen, I bring to you now Black Bush. President Bush continues to make his case for an invasion of Iraq. After carefully examining the region, me and my cabinet agree that that area is definitely ripe for regime change. All right. But if I can be real about. Be…Read More Chappelle’s Show’s Best Political Sketches – Chappelle’s Show
Hi, I’m John Green, this is CrashCourse U.S. history and today we’ve done it! WE’VE FINALLY REACHED THE 21st CENTURY! Today, we boldly go where no history course has gone before, because your teacher ran out of time and never made it to the present. Also, if you’re preparing for the AP test it’s unlikely…Read More Terrorism, War, and Bush 43: Crash Course US History #46
On May 7th, 2015, the Federal Court of Appeals in New York ruled that the National Security Agency’s collection of American phone records in bulk is illegal. Specifically, they ruled that the practice did not fall under the scope of the USA Patriot Act, which allows wiretapping of individuals to detect and prevent terrorism. So,…Read More What Is The Patriot Act?
En el año 1966, el historiador y profesor de la Universidad de Georgetown, Carroll Quigley, publicó una obra titulada “Tragedia y esperanza: una historia del mundo en nuestro tiempo” en la que describió la importancia de que el gobierno tenga mayor influencia en la ciudadanía y de que existan sociedades secretas con poder de dominación.…Read More ¿Qué es el Neoconservadurismo? | THE RIGHT REPORT
from a legacy of legislators and leaders to initiated by coffin today we look at Skull and Bones the secret society you didn't know about number ten origin the beginnings of the secret society can be traced back to Yale University in New Haven Connecticut in 1832 skullenbones founders Alphonso Taft and William Huntington Russel…Read More Skull & Bones: The SECRET SOCIETY You Didn't Know About
and finally new role someone has to tell me why all the best voices speaking out against Republicans are Republicans Nicole Wallace Steve Schmidt Rick Wilson George will Bret Stevens Joe Scarborough Richard painter Michael Steele Jennifer Rubin David jolly and a Navarro max boot David Frum they're the ones who are out there with…Read More New Rule: Scary Socialism | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)