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This Is A Video Which Shows The true history of america in a nutshell with only 3 min of video and you will know everything. this video was taken from the documentory movie " Bowling For Columbia". Must See for everyone.
Hannity's America - Obama & Friends - History Of Radicalism Part 1
Wow, I'm speechless. CBS News anchor Katie Couric asked Joe Biden and Sarah Palin some "Vice Presidential Questions." This installment tackles Roe v. Wade and Supreme Court decisions. If you think this woman should be allowed anywhere near the White House you need to get help. ==On Roe== "Immediately after saying what a terrible decision Roe was, Palin got a follow-up question from Couric about whether she believes there's a constitutional 'right to privacy'. "And Palin said, yes. "Now, narrowly speaking, you can believe in a constitutional right to privacy and also oppose Roe. But the right to privacy, as Couric says in the interview, is one of the cornerstones of Roe. And in the public debate yes or no on the right to privacy is something pretty close to a proxy for your position on abortion rights." The bottom line is that among conservatives opposition to a constitutional 'right to privacy' is a straight-up litmus test issue. Palin not only didn't have the right answer on the right to privacy. It was pretty clear she'd never even heard of it before." From: http://talkingpointsmemo.com/archives/221281.php ==On other decisions== Couric: "What other Supreme Court decisions do you disagree with?" Palin: "Of course, in the great history of America there have been rulings that there's never going to be absolute consensus by every American, and...there are those issues, again, like Roe v. Wade, where I believe are best held on a state level and addressed there. So, you know, going through the history of ... America... there would be others" Couric: "Can you think of any?" Palin: "Well, I would think of any, again, that could best be dealt with on a more local level [that] maybe I would take issue with, but...you know, as a mayor, and then as a governor, and even as a vice president, if I'm so privileged to serve, [I] wouldn't be in a position of changing those things, but in supporting the law of the land as it reads today." This video is the latest in my series "Sarah Palin is a moron". See the series: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=ADC49FBCFA913851 For rational thought on issues: http://www.barackobama.com/issues/
CBS News, 10/1/08 Couric Why, in your view, is Roe v. Wade a bad decision? Sarah Palin: I think it should be a states issue not a federal government-mandated, mandating yes or no on such an important issue. I'm, in that sense, a federalist, where I believe that states should have more say in the laws of their lands and individual areas. Now, foundationally, also, though, it's no secret that I'm pro-life that I believe in a culture of life is very important for this country. Personally that's what I would like to see, um, further embraced by America. Couric: Do you think there's an inherent right to privacy in the Constitution? Palin: I do. Yeah, I do. Couric: The cornerstone of Roe v. Wade. Palin: I do. And I believe that individual states can best handle what the people within the different constituencies in the 50 states would like to see their will ushered in an issue like that. Couric: What other Supreme Court decisions do you disagree with? Palin: Well, let's see. There's, of course in the great history of America there have been rulings, that's never going to be absolute consensus by every American. And there are those issues, again, like Roe v. Wade, where I believe are best held on a state level and addressed there. So you know, going through the history of America, there would be others but Couric: Can you think of any? Palin: Well, I could think of any again, that could be best dealt with on a more local level. Maybe I would take issue with. But, you know, as mayor, and then as governor and even as a vice president, if I'm so privileged to serve, wouldn't be in a position of changing those things but in supporting the law of the land as it reads today.
Katie Couric on Sarah Palin "CBS Evening News" 6:43pm Interview TOPIC: Abortion and separation of church and state TRANSCRIPT: KATIE COURIC: Why, in your view, is Roe v. Wade a bad decision? SARAH PALIN: I think it should be states issue. Not federal government mandating yes or no on such an important issue. Im, in that sense a federalist, where I believe that states should have more say in the laws of their lands and individual areas. Now, foundationally also though, its no seceret that Im pro-life, that I believe that a culture of life is, is very important for this country and personally thats what I would like to see further embraced by, by America. COURIC: Do you think theres an inherent right to privacy in the consitution? PALIN: I do. I do. COURIC: Thats the cornerstone of Roe. v Wade. PALIN: I do and I believe that individual states can best handle what the people within the different constituencies within the fifty states would like to see their will ushered in in an issue like that. COURIC: What other supreme court decisions do you disagree with? PALIN: Hmm. Well, lets see, theres, of course, in the great history of America there have been rulings that theres never going to be absolute consensus by every American. And there are those issues again, like Roe v. Wade where I believe are best held on a state level and addressed there. Going through the history of America, there would be others. COURIC: Can you think of any? PALIN: Well, I would think of, of, any again that could best be dealt with on a more local leve. Maybe I would take issue with. But you know, as a mayor and as a governor and even as a vice president . . . I wouldnt be in a position of changing those things but in supporting the law of the land as it lays today. COURIC: Thomas Jefferson wrote about building a wall of separation between church and state. Why do you think thats so important? PALIN: . . . so that government did not mandate a religion on the people . . . people have the ability and the desire to express their own religious views. Be it on a very personal level, which is where I choose to express my faith, or in a more public forum . . . Clip Label: KC SP CBS 10-01-08 18.42 (EW#467) WL
Global collapse is ongoing. It was caused by irrational immorality. This is NOT about religion, it is about the basic morality essential to life.
I have done my part on in this. I can and will do nothing more, for I can no longer help myself.
Only you can correct the cause, it is your choice to act, and you have only today left to do it. Full Digg post: http://digg.com/world_news/America_is_History
Americans paradoxically combine an unquenchable curiosity with an insistance on being left aloneFull Digg post: http://digg.com/educational/A_History_of_Privacy_in_America
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...As we come to the close of the observance of Black History month I ask what is it that makes people afraid to observe this history in America? It's quite interesting to consider that there is much evidence to prove that the very existence of the human birth...
The Student Operated Press
Yesterday, the Senate approved surveillance legislation that grants immunity to telecommunications companies for their role in the administration’s warrantless wiretapping program. Yesterday on MSNBC’s Countdown, Sen. Russ Feingold who voted against the bill remarked, “This is a sad moment,” calling the bill a “black mark”.Full Digg post: http://digg.com/politics/Feingold_FISA_law_is_a_Black_Mark_on_the_History_of_America
Please Favorite this video, and help us promote it on YouTube in any way you can. LaRouchePAC Presents: 1932 To Govern a Republic, One Must Know the Minds That Created It. "...while a nation goes speculation crazy the people neglect to think of fundamental principles." These were the words of Franklin Roosevelt in the months leading into the Democratic National Convention of 1932. Roosevelt knew that the fight for the United States Presidency was not simply a game of political machines and punditry, but that this coming fight demanded a leader who understood the historic enemy of the United States and the founding principles of the nation. Download a high quality version at http://www.larouchepac.com LaRouchePAC plans to distribute tens of thousands of copies of this DVD freely to the population, contact us if you would like to help in any way. Donate at: http://donate.larouchepac.com Please watch the entire film before you comment. Thanks.
...that change is at hand. Each has professed to be the one to maneuver us through what they all call a pivot point in history. "America, this is our moment," Obama said last week as his winning delegate count became apparent. "This is our time -- our time to...
New York Newsday
A comprehensive history of Islam in America. Yasir Qadhi explores the history of Islam and Muslims in the Americas from the beginning to the present day, discussing everything from the pre-Columbus era to theories about early Muslim exploration of the New World, to the Muslim Slave experience, the Nation of Islam, right through to the advent of both early and recent Muslim immigration. Coincidentally, from the same podium where Abraham Lincoln spoke a few hundred years ago, and Barack "Hussein" Obama, two days earlier. Along the way we learn the amusing story about Hajji Ali, also know as Hi Jolly, the Greek-Syrian convert from Constantinople who was hired to come to America and raise camels of all things. Yasir Qadhi gave this speech at IlmFest 2008 in New York hosted by AlMaghrib Institute's Qabeelat Tayyabah. Notes from the lecture: -Until we understand where we came from, we dont understand who we are and how Islam became so prominent in the Americas. -Even during slavery Abu Bakr AsSiddique said that "The faith of our family is the faith of Islam" (1834) -The money that financed Columbus came from the fallen Muslim caliphate of Grenada a few months prior to his setting sail in 1492. -George Washington is quoted as saying that he would "even" have "Muhammadans" (ie: Muslims) come to Mt. Vernon if they are good workmen (citizens). -The well documented slave, Ayyub ibn Sulayman wrote 3 entire Qur'ans from memory which are still present today. He went to England to see the king in the 1730s and when they wanted to paint him in his cultural garments, he said that he would describe them (for he did not have any).. to which the painter replied "how can I draw something I haven't seen"... to which Ayyub ibn Sulayman said:: "How can you then draw pictures of God, Whom no one has seen?" -One slave, Bilani Mohammad was owned by a just slave owner who allowed the slaves to practive Islam freely. -Later, a book of Bilani Mohammad was found--this was a book of fiqh written from memory and changed for the situation of the slaves. -Many of Mohammad's descendants had memories of their great grandfather and other relatives practicing Islam. Among the many points, they said "Aunty Hanna was mighty punctual about prayer" -The Nation of Islam spread a pseudo-Islam in the African American community - but, sometimes bad things lead to good. i.e: Muhammad Ali (who made "Muhammad" a household name), Malcolm X, and Kareem Abdul Jabbar all joined orthodox Islam after first going through the Nation. On Warith Deen Muhammad: You may have your criticisms, and I have mine, but this is a man who took his entire community from blatant shirk to Sunni Islam. -"Hadji Ali, a Greek born in Constantinople and later converted to Islam. His name was too complicated for people to pronounce, so if you wanna look him up you'll have to search under the name "Hi Jolly" He was buried in Quartzsite, Arizona, there's a pyramid with a camel on top of his grave and it is the most popular tourist attraction in Quartzsite, Arizona. The question is, what else can be found in Quartzsite, Arizona?! http://www.ilmcast.com
American history as it always was--taught as it's never been. Explore the lives of individuals who founded America in a fun and excited journey with host Dave Stotts. The values-based course explores the lives of individuals who founded our nation in faith, through a commitment to God and Country. Who were the Founders, really? The legacy of our Founders has inspired courage, promoted innovation, and has been the bulwark of this, the greatest nation in history. Yet, revisionism continues to push that undeniable legacy into the shadows. Drive Thru History: America takes you back to the original writings and words spoken by our Founders in order to explore the lives of these brave men and women and understand their character, faith, accomplishments and principles. The award-winning Drive Thru History video series team, in collaboration with historian, David Barton (President of Wallbuilders) and accomplished curriculum specialist, Dr. Nita Thomason, proudly present this new, complete, standards-aligned curriculum supported by another of Dave Stotts' fast-paced drives through history. This values-based course explores the lives of eight individuals who, through commitment to God and Country, helped lay the groundwork for the United States of America. Visit the Drive Thru History America Website: http://www.dthamerica.com Produced by ColdWater Media: http://www.coldwatermedia.com Early American Characters: George Washington, Abigail Adams, John Quincy Adams, Dr. Benjamin Rush, Benjamin, Banneker, Benjamin Franklin, Haym Salomon, Noah Webster (For HQ Version add "&fmt=18" to the end of the url.) .
Empire or Humanity? What the Classroom Didn't Teach Me about the American Empire by Howard Zinn Narrated by Viggo Mortensen Art by Mike Konopacki Video editing by Eric Wold
Empire or Humanity? What the Classroom Didn't Teach Me about the American Empire by Howard Zinn Narrated by Viggo Mortensen Art by Mike Konopacki Video editing by Eric Wold To read more from Howard Zinn visit www.TomDispatch.com.
...Whites? It is clear that Racism in America still exist, and as long as we refuse to adopt a better understanding of Black History in America, we are still perpetuating the slave mentality. You see, it was against the law to teach a slave to read, in order...
The Student Operated Press
An abridged history of American-centric warfare, from WWII to present day, told through the foods of the countries in conflict. For a breakdown of the actual battles portrayed in the film, visit: http://www.touristpictures.com/foodfight/index.htm For the official cheat sheet (breakdown of the foodstuffs), visit: http://www.touristpictures.com/foodfight/cheat.htm Now, to answer some FAQs... - The food in this film was consumed either by myself or my dog after shooting. None of the cast went to waste. - The software used was photoshop and after effects. - The film took me 3 months to do. - Although it seems like stop motion, most of it was stop motion created within After effects, using keyframe animation. I am basically moving the food around within the the program, frame by frame, which is the same as traditional stop motion, only it's digital.
Twelve-month long drop in world temperatures wipes out a century of warming.Over the past year, anecdotal evidence for a cooling planet has exploded. China has its coldest winter in 100 years. Baghdad sees its first snow in all recorded history. North America has the most snowcover in 50 yearsFull Digg post: http://digg.com/environment/Global_Warming_Causes_Widescale_Global_Cooling_Temperatures
Nazi America is a feature-length profile of a fringe party that exploits the very freedoms they would abolish in order to get their racist, hate-filled message out. See how vitriolic leaders embraced Hitler's doctrine of Aryan superiority and the elimination of Jewry to rally the disenfranchised. Full Digg post: http://digg.com/educational/Nazi_America_A_Secret_History_Documentary
"History has a funny way of deciding things," former White House adviser Karl Rove said. "Sometimes history sends you things, and 9/11 came our way."
Rove was speaking to students at the University of Pennsylvania this week.Full Digg post: http://digg.com/politics/Rove_History_delivered_9_11_to_America
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Dozens of Beatles songs ornament this frenetic social history of America in the 1960sFull Digg post: http://digg.com/people/Across_the_Universe_Downtime_TIME
Never before in the history of America have we had a chance to vote for someone who not only expouses family values but has demonstrated family values for the last 51 years.
Please help me make this incredible video go viral.Full Digg post: http://digg.com/politics/Ron_Paul_51st_Anniverary_Money_Bomb
Reps voting against the resolution will be labeled anti-religion, but we can’t let them be bullied into signing this flawed resolution that goes against the very principles our country was founded on. Contact your Representatives and tell them to say no to H. Res. 847, which further blurs the separation between church and state.Full Digg post: http://digg.com/political_opinion/GOP_Attempting_To_Rewrite_History_Of_Religion_In_America
This tremendous educational documentary from the mid-1970's examines the priceless contributions of African-Americans to musical heritage, so closely tied to their unique history in the United States. From Africa upon slave ships captive immigrants brought with them melodies, cadences and rhythms that inarguably gave rise to music considered 'modern' today. Beginning with the genius Louis Armstrong's triumphant return to Ghana in the late 1950's, we trace the evolution of music from West Africa to the Virginia colonies of the early 1600's. Over the next 400 years, as this distinct root of American culture takes hold, incredible clips of filmed performances by Mahalia Jackson, Josephine Baker, Bessie Smith, Count Basie, Billie Holiday, Coleman Hawkins, Roy Eldridge, and Duke Ellington illustrate the black experience. Contemporary musicians such as Nina Simone, BB King, Cannonball Adderly (w/ Joe Zawinal - Mercy, Mercy, Mercy), and Sly & the Family Stone, along with a funky-ass filmed number from an as-yet-undocumented-on-the-internet off-Broadway production called "The Me Nobody Knew" punctuate the memory of the past, the spontaneity of the moment and determination for the future. See more at: http://www.weirdovideo.com
The original title of this video was "America, have you forgotten history". The was to remind people of the message some of the earlier leaders and heroes were not shy to promote; Peace, prosperity and liberty. If you like this clip I'll ask you to download it from: http://xs2.lhi.is/~oskar05/ronpaul.wmv You can use it in any way you like. Some have suggested burning it onto a CD or DVD and handing it out. My wish is that you download it and then create a new youtube user account and upload it. Because I suspect this video will be pulled. I would be glad to change it, if Youtube told me exactly what rules I broke and why they terminated all my videos and account. But until then... The video remains unaltered! To create a new Youtube account you need to create a new e-mail. It is very easy to create one on gmail.com. Thanks! Martin Luther King day is on January 21st and in his honor I ask you to help win the fight for peace by donating to Ron Paul who is the only republican candidate who is against the war. He wants to pull the troops home from all countries in the world. Brief Overview of Congressman Paul's Record: He has never voted to raise taxes. He has never voted for an unbalanced budget. He has never voted for a federal restriction on gun ownership. He has never voted to raise congressional pay. He has never taken a government-paid junket. He has never voted to increase the power of the executive branch. He voted against the Patriot Act. He voted against regulating the Internet. He voted against the Iraq war. He does not participate in the lucrative congressional pension program. He returns a portion of his annual congressional office budget to the U.S. treasury every year. Congressman Paul introduces numerous pieces of substantive legislation each year, probably more than any single member of Congress.
Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes Chalmers Johnson for a discussion of his new book, Nemesis. In the interview, Johnson, an Emeritus Professor of the University of California, analyzes the impact of the American empire on democracy at home. Comparing the United States to Rome and Great Britain, he argues that a combination of military Keynesianism, the Bush administration's attempt to implement a unitary presidency, and the failed checks on executive ambition point to political and economic bankruptcy. Series: "Conversations with History" [5/2007] [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 12489]
Whatever you decide in 2008, the most important thing is that you vote on not the image a candidate presents, but the issues. This video talks about peace, liberty and prosperity. Those are the three main foundations of Ron Paul's campaign. You have the power to put America back on track. Use that power.Full Digg post: http://digg.com/2008_us_elections/America_have_you_forgotten_history
Class division has been problematic at points throughout the history of America’s elite colleges. Particularly within the sanctuaries of Harvard, Yale and Princeton, there have been ingrained traditions of snobbery and exclusion that often had little to do with money and could be far more subtle and insidious.Full Digg post: http://digg.com/business_finance/Harvard_to_Include_More_Middle_Class_and_Poor_Students_2
Act I closes on the new "historic" energy bill with a farcical play by the Bush Administration, denying CA a waiver to enact greenhouse gas limits. Will the arc of tragedy continue onward as Act II commences in the new year? Read this well written post on last week's energy and climate shenanigans in Washington DC. Couldn't have said it better.Full Digg post: http://digg.com/political_opinion/America_s_New_Energy_Policy_History_Farce_and_Tragedy
John McManus narrates a moving tribute to America and discusses the history of what makes America great and how only we, as informed citizens, can keep the timeless concepts of Americanism alive in our Constitutional Republic. Part 1 covers what sets America apart from other countries and makes it the envy of the world. Learn where our American rights come from and how the founding fathers defined the proper role of government. Mr.McManus describes the birth of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
In "The Conscience of a Liberal", Paul Krugman, today's most widely read economist, studies the past eighty years of American history, from the reforms that tamed the harsh inequality of the Gilded Age to the unraveling of that achievement and the reemergence of immense economic and political inequality since the 1970s. Seeking to understand both what happened to middle-class America and what it will take to achieve a "new New Deal," Krugman has created a work that weaves together a nuanced account of three generations of history with sharp political, social, and economic analysis. Paul Krugman, who was named Columnist of the Year by Editor and Publisher magazine, writes a twice-weekly column for the op-ed page of the New York Times. He is a professor of economics and international affairs at Princeton University, and the author or editor of 20 books and more than 200 professional journal articles. In recognition of his work, he has received the John Bates Clark Medal from the American Economic Association, an award given every two years to the top economist under the age of 40. The Economist said he is "the most celebrated economist of his generation." This Authors@Google event took place December 14, 2007 at Google Headquarters in Mountain View, CA.
"Iran, Israel, and the United States" Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes Trita Parsi,President of the National Iranian American Council, for a discussion of the struggle for power in the Middle East. Drawing on the perspective of the Realist School of International Relations Theory, he focuses on the region's dominant powers--Israel and Iran--and examines the evolution of their relations with each other and with the United States, the world's only superpower. http://globetrotter.berkeley.edu/conversations/
"It's too soon to judge the current one, but for past presidents, the verdict is in. U.S. News has averaged the results of five polls to make a gallery of the worst chief executives."Full Digg post: http://digg.com/political_opinion/The_10_Worst_Presidents_in_the_History_of_the_United_States_of_America
Both Hillary and Rudy are creatures of ambition, not of principle. Both are one up on Karl Marx. Marx said truth serves interests. For Hillary and Rudy, truth is what serves their individual interests. They both wear black hats, and the horse they ride is called power.Full Digg post: http://digg.com/2008_us_elections/Leaderless_and_clueless_America_heads_for_the_trash_can_of_history
What is the most fragmented that North America could have been? In this alternate reality, the westward expansion of Anglo-Americans proceeded pretty much as it did in our reality, but the U.S. government just couldn’t keep up. Every national crisis resolved itself in favor of the separatists instead. A fascinating mental exercise.Full Digg post: http://digg.com/political_opinion/Alternate_History_Map_of_North_America
Fascinating interview with Gwendolyn Wright, architectural historian at Columbia University and one of the hosts of the highly popular PBS program "History Detectives". Gwendolyn discusses the making and philosophy of this highly educational and influential program. She also talks about her new book on the history of American architecture "USA: Modern Architectures in History" which chronicles the unique history and dynamic personal stories behind American architecture.
Fragmento de la pelicula "American History X" dirigida por Tony Kaye.
The history of everyone coming to America in the 1800s and 1900s, pouring past the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor through Ellis Island! :-) '70s learnin' music video cartoons! (below the video, look for a 'VIDEO RESPONSE' to my next Schoolhouse Rock video! :-)
George Bush and other Iraq War supporters have argued that if we withdraw from Iraq the result will be like the killing fields of Cambodia -- an odd comparison considering that the US has direct responsibility for that holocaust.Full Digg post: http://digg.com/political_opinion/Bush_Gets_Away_with_Lies_Lies_and_More_Lies_in_History_Illiterate_America
George Bush -- and other Iraq War supporters -- have argued that if we withdraw from Iraq the result will be like the slaughters -- the killing fields -in Cambodia.Full Digg post: http://digg.com/political_opinion/Lies_Lies_and_More_Lies_in_History_Illiterate_America_2
this interview is very fair and Congressman Paul is allowed to illustrate -- in an indepth manner -- his firm grasp of monetary policy and history in America. In addition, watch out for a (lukewarm) endorsement of Congressman Paul from neocon-'libertarian,' Stephen Moore, in the second clip."Full Digg post: http://digg.com/politics/Ron_Paul_vs_the_Federal_Reserve_video_interview
Interview with John Perkins author of "The Hidden History of the American Empire: Economic Hit Men, Jackals, and the Truth about Global Corruption"
Enjoy (before those socialists tell YouTube to delete this file - they don't let me use the things that I am paying for in taxes!!!)! ---------------------------------------- Translation (sorry for possible mistakes): It's going to be not only the longest but also the most original campaign in the history of the United States. Mainly because of the candidates for the White House which have discovered a new way of getting to their electorate. Instead of TV - they post their spots on the Internet. About the effects of the fully multimedia and interactive campaign - Piotr Kraśko. It's not the beginning of a carnival but the longest presidential campaign in the history of the United States and perhaps it is the first time that the Americans will vote one way not the other because of the things they will have found on the Internet. 0:45 In this debate, those who were asking the questions were not the journalists anymore, but the voters through the Internet. "Soon the journalists will not be needed. The voters will ask the candidates about everything themselves, on the Internet." 0:55 It turns out that the Americans have the same doubts about their politicians as the voters in other parts of the world. "During the election everybody promises a lot and when they rise to power they don't realize anything from it because they explain that someone prevents them from doing it. Why should we believe anyone of you that you'd be different?" 1:11 That is the question that the Internauts have considered the most interesting. "How will you explain the fact that 80% of the Californians have elected Arnold Schwarzenneger Governor because they'd believed that he - being a cyborg - would save them from a nuclear extermination?" 1:28 This is exactly how, since 200 years, all the presidential campaigns in America have been looking like. Perhaps this is one of the latest in which rallies like this one actually matter - and every next will take place not on the streets, not on TV - but on the Internet. But for the candidates it may mean a lot of trouble since nothing is more popular on the Internet than videos which humiliate (ridicule) and discredit the candidates. 1:51 The most popular on the Internet is a video in which John Edwards - one of Democratic Party's candidates - for three minutes combs his hair before an interview. The majority of the internauts came to the conclusion that he more likely fits for a model (female model) than a president. 2:04 The most active supporters - on the streets as well as on the Web - has Barack Obama. 2:18 This is a video clip full of adoration for him which has been recorded by one of his admirers. 2:28 This is one of the oddest spots. This candidate has stood motionless for three minutes and merely looked into the camera. It was so weird that it became one of the most willingly watched spots on the Internet. 2:40 Enthusiastic voters will probably always dance on the streets but the influence that these demonstrations will have on the results of the elections is going to be lesser and lesser. The Americans are beginning to believe that you are not a proper voter - unless you are a proper internaut... Piotr Kraśko, the News, South Carolina.
__Expand to see INDEX__ Documentary: The Origin and History of modern propaganda (public relations), and the story of its creator, Edward Bernays. The story exposes how government and big business manipulate the public's consent and preps them for the next 'grand' or product. Film: "The Century of the Self" _______________________________________ 1. Propaganda in America - History of Public Relations http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rmC_rvPsPQ _______________________________________ 2. Propaganda in America - Meet Edward Bernays http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZYTrFokPHY _______________________________________ 3. Propaganda in America - The Art of PR Spin http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsSOmSnomnY _______________________________________ 4. Propaganda in America - Hitler's Ideological Beast http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yhsd8-Y0gA0 _______________________________________ 5. Propaganda in America - Business vs Politicians http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKA8Xahp-tI _______________________________________ 6. Propaganda in America - The Enemy Within http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQ4anTDESmU _______________________________________ Additional Tags: happiness machines the century of the self edward bernays sigmund freud theories corporation unconscious desires selfish docile dominate world psychotherapy board patients viena ball empire ruling europe control power fellings emotions unhappy emo mate cry village question exam society psychoanalysis conciseness mk ultra barrier hidden impulses 1914 primitive forces unleashed enrico caruso client parents ohio germany austria us government war president woodrow wilson paris peace conference hero mass persuasion propaganda bad word council on public relations new york broadway 19th century city crowds uncle ziggy irrational forces play field popular women smoke smoking cigarettes throat lung cancer politics survivoer mtv 24 tv cable ratings
...rehearsal of the Complete History of America (abridged) at Hendersonville Little Theatre gave rise to hysterical laughter, applause and yells, and groans at the many, many -- lets make that one more many -- bad puns. Director Hester Denton-Fender encouraged...
...of Song of America. Getty Image All Things Considered, July 6, 2007 · An upcoming CD compilation maps out centuries of American history through the reinterpretation of beloved songs such as "Yankee Doodle" and "Home on the Range." New versions of 50 American...
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...is our country's anniversary (and, more importantly, on the 9th is IMAO's 5th blogiversary), so I thought I'd go over America's history since it's the most awesome country ever. Pilgrims sailed to the continent of North America looking for new land where they...