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Law Schools Are No Place For “Social Justice” – Bruce Pardy

January 6, 2020 at 9:50 pm | Blog | Colt Stanton -

Bruce wrote in The Epoch Times just recently December 18th about peak insanity and the example you use was the University of Toronto law department where they talked about they wanted to bring up an indigenous case a real-life indigenous case of alcoholic parents giving the kids over to a non Aboriginal couple CAS and

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“Law Schools Are No Place For “Social Justice” – Bruce Pardy”

Moon appoints judge-turned-lawmaker Choo Mi-ae as justice minister on Thursday

January 2, 2020 at 9:51 pm | Blog | Colt Stanton -

President Moon Jae-in has appointed former Democratic Party chief Choo Mi-ae as his justice minister,… raising anticipation of a speedy reform of the prosecution. The Blue House said Choo’s tenure began at midnight,… and the president will give her the letter of appointment this afternoon. The position had been vacant for 80 days following former

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“Moon appoints judge-turned-lawmaker Choo Mi-ae as justice minister on Thursday”

Justice Scalia Writes Guide for Interpreting the Law

December 21, 2019 at 2:50 pm | Blog | Colt Stanton -

bjbj”9″9 JEFFREY BROWN: And now to a rare and very inside look at the philosophy and practice of a hugely influential and sometimes provocative Supreme Court justice. Margaret Warner talks with Antonin Scalia. MARGARET WARNER: Well, for 26 years on the Supreme Court, Justice Antonin Scalia has long grounded his opinions in the words of

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“Justice Scalia Writes Guide for Interpreting the Law”

EconoMinute: Presidential Politics

December 18, 2019 at 6:49 pm | Blog | Colt Stanton -

This is Richard Wolff with another EconoMinute. It’s now the silly season of presidential politics. Trump and Clinton will be going at each other telling all kinds of stories about one another and about themselves for months, and months, and months. What are the economics that separate Clinton and Trump? And what are the economics

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“EconoMinute: Presidential Politics”

Richard Wolff Critiques Libertarian View that Capitalism’s Problem is the Government

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The notion that the government’s intrusion into the economy is some sort of external influence (some sort of outside intrusion on what would be better left without such intrusions), I would argue based on a lifetime of work in the field we call economic history, that this is a complete illusion. Strong government has been

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“Richard Wolff Critiques Libertarian View that Capitalism’s Problem is the Government”

📖 Is Legal The Same As Moral And Just? | What Good Law Should Look Like?

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Freedom of the market doesn’t imply the absence of law. To the contrary: free market is impossible without good law. Then what function should the law fulfill? If something is legal, then is it morally good and useful? And vice versa, if something is illegal, then is it morally wrong and harmful? This video will

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“📖 Is Legal The Same As Moral And Just? | What Good Law Should Look Like?”

Economic Update: Political Strategy for Transition

December 6, 2019 at 6:25 pm | Blog | Colt Stanton -

Welcome, friends, to another edition of Economic Update, the weekly program devoted to the economic dimensions of our lives: jobs, incomes, debts—all of that—as it affects us and our children. I’m your host Richard Wolff. Today I want to talk to you about an issue that many of you have raised in your communications with

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“Economic Update: Political Strategy for Transition”

Law School Horror Stories

December 4, 2019 at 8:25 am | Blog | Colt Stanton -

– You can swim in my tears, that’s how much I cried in law school. (quirky music) – So I went into law school doe-eyed, ready to work hard, but not really understanding what I was getting into. – I feel like I blocked a lot of it out. Law school is traumatizing. – Basically,

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“Law School Horror Stories”