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Journalist Threatens To Out Closeted Politicians
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Journalist Threatens To Out Closeted Politicians

a Russian LGBT journalists vows to you out closeted politicians if the support a proposed legislation or propose law that would strip LGBT parents at their parental rights now obviously russia is dealing with a lot of anti-gay mentality right

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2015, October 23 – CNN first Democratic Party debate – Hillary Clinton opening – closed captioned
Terry Tempest Williams – Erosion | Bioneers
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Terry Tempest Williams – Erosion | Bioneers

This year, it is particularly joyful for me to be able to welcome back to Bioneers several women who have been incredibly important as friends, inspirations, and role models to me. Among them, none has been more influential in inspiring

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David Orr – Is There a Future for Our Democracy? Why Everything Depends on the Answer | Bioneers
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David Orr – Is There a Future for Our Democracy? Why Everything Depends on the Answer | Bioneers

For decades, the work of David Orr has revolved around changing the structure of a system that’s programmed for disaster. I’d like to introduce David through some of his own words excerpted from his forward to my last book, Dreaming

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Dr. Ben Carson Sent Rep. Katie Porter a Box of Oreos
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Dr. Ben Carson Sent Rep. Katie Porter a Box of Oreos

-You were previously a professor, you were a consumer protection attorney, and you actually had — when you were a student, you had Elizabeth Warren as a professor. -Correct. -What was Elizabeth Warren like as a professor? -Terrifying. -Yeah. -Yeah.

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Are Referendums Bad For Democracy?
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Are Referendums Bad For Democracy?

2016 was the year of controversial referendums. In Colombia, voters rejected a peace deal that would have brought an end to half a century of war. In the United Kingdom, voters opted to leave the European Union, the first country

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Senator Edward M. Kennedy speaking to the Democratic Party Convention, Sitka, Alaska, April 7, 1968.
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Senator Edward M. Kennedy speaking to the Democratic Party Convention, Sitka, Alaska, April 7, 1968.

[INTERPOSING VOICES] PRESENTER: This is the Alaska Democratic Convention, brought to you by the Greater Sitka School District in cooperation with the Southeast Alaska Instructional Materials Center. At the present time, you see the camera panning around on some of

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Frederick Douglass: From Slave to Presidential Advisor
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Frederick Douglass: From Slave to Presidential Advisor

Born a slave, he rose to become a prominent abolitionist, statesman, author, and respected figure around the world. The most photographed African American of the 19th Century, he was also a recognizable figure even as his very identity put him

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2015, October 23 – CNN first Democratic Party debate – Bernie Sanders opening – closed captioned
Politician Called ‘Terrorist’ For Heroic Defense of Women’s Rights