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Inside America’s Largest Right Wing Militia

Inside America’s Largest Right Wing Militia

God is great and God is good; Let us thank him for our food. By his hands we are fed. Thank you Lord our daily bread. Amen. So you said you did the mile in seven minutes and fifty seconds?… Continue Reading

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How Big Should Government Be? Left vs. Right #1

How Big Should Government Be? Left vs. Right #1

One of the most important differences between the Left and the Right is how each regards the role and the size of the government. The Left believes that the state should be the most powerful force in society. Among many… Continue Reading

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Federalist Paper #51 Explained: American Government Review

Federalist Paper #51 Explained: American Government Review
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Government Explained 2: The Magical Piece of Paper

Government Explained 2: The Magical Piece of Paper

Tell me more about your ‘leaders’. Who is the current leader of your species and where are they leading you? We don’t have just one leader for the whole planet. The world is divided into countries, and each country has… Continue Reading

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Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances: Crash Course Government and Politics #3

Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances: Crash Course Government and Politics #3

Hi, I’m Craig, and this is Crash Course Government and Politics. Today, I’m going to try to explain two fundamental concepts of American government that students and citizens often confuse. Team Jacob and Team Edward. No. Separation of powers and… Continue Reading

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Can Congress Sub-Delegate Legislative Powers? [No. 86]

Can Congress Sub-Delegate Legislative Powers? [No. 86]

The Constitution of the United States divides up powers of government among different institutions. It vests all legislative powers herein granted in Congress; it vests the executive power in the President and through the President and subordinates within administrative agencies.… Continue Reading

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Election Basics: Crash Course Government and Politics #36

Election Basics: Crash Course Government and Politics #36

Hi, I’m Craig, and this is Crash Course Government and Politics, and today I’m gonna talk about an aspect of American elections that is probably most familiar to you, at least if you’re an American and you sometimes watch TV,… Continue Reading

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Party Systems: Crash Course Government and Politics #41

Hello, I’m Craig and this is Crash Course Government and Politics. And today we’re gonna talk about, well, mostly history. Wait Stan, this isn’t Crash Course History. This must be some kind of exception, like the Mongols. [Mongoltage] Apparently we’re… Continue Reading

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Carpenter v. United States [SCOTUSbrief]

There were a sequence of robberies in metro Detroit, Michigan and Northern Ohio, and the police arrested some people, one of whom gave the phone number belonging to Mr. Carpenter. As it happened, when they requested the records from T-Mobile… Continue Reading