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Personally I’m not very political, however here are some of my thoughts on Political Commentary and it’s relationship with YouTube. I also recruited The Right Opinion for this one since, my knowledge in this field leaves quite a bit to be desired.

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Congress Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwd8f-cf05w&t=3s
Political Arguement Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIUENvOJy4M&t=84s
Cultural Appropriation Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwV3LApkKTk
Steve Shives’ Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xeirIpjdqc
March Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xcz-Oho0tlU
H3H3’s Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ey7zaPv00fo
The Young Turk’s Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2J0Td0-bjK8
Paul Joseph Watson’s Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQjy4aez9Vg
Depression Quest “Gameplay” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCZlQVXk4fE
Sargon of Akkad GamerGate Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=noMMVUfRv5A&t=9s
Telegraph Article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/culturenews/11180510/gamergate-misogynist-felicia-day-zoe-quinn-brianna-wu.html
Feminist Video Red Hair: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Y7L_q65jrE&t=660s
Feminist Video School: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPG43X7SDB8
CNN Footage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MA9aSvHzEIU&t=2s
Trump Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQE1ZFWJMcM
Obama Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a161Dv1dlJ4&t=4s
Milo Yiannopolus Twitter Ban Article: https://www.buzzfeed.com/charliewarzel/twitter-just-permanently-suspended-conservative-writer-milo?utm_term=.gjz4lomqA#.hvBRgae1M
Flag Burning Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njVj4WSzHRo&t=7s
NFL Knee Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XcwpKov_9Os&t=2s
Dr. Seuss is a Racist Article: https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/books/2017/10/06/dr-seuss-books-racist-experts-weigh-controversy/740978001/
“All White People Are Racist” Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVI9Phz_ENo
Steve Shives’ Livestream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmuXS4jg2OQ
“You’re a White Man” Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YU3vcvGpALQ&t=475s
Hugh Mungus Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzA4dCT4X0I&t=11s
DNC Chair Article: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/01/24/dnc-chair-candidate-wants-to-shut-other-white-people-down.html
Anita Sarkeesian Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SA0aKjY8K50

NYC Timelapse Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80vUr8utoeo&t=3s
#ProudtoBe Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uem7QFp0uKY&t=21s
#MoreThanaRefugee Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lxbdvo2vFwc
Twitter Bias Article: https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/news/2016/11/18/conservatives-accuse-twitter-of-liberal-bias/94037802/
Mark Dice’s Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iE-DWLOolUs
Alex Jones’ Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqAaxztu3is
Stefan Molyneux Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyNYqcpjp_M
Riley Dennis Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8CsNwSAM0g
Peter Coffin Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBCiX9PnUL0
Blair White Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9l9tc9BuCk
ContraPoints’ Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQPWI7cEJGs
BuntyKing’s Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4elZqXSnLCc
OmniDestiny’s Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdiwD0_ekeg
Jeff Holiday’s Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XghvVqf6hbU
Laci Green’s Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHI22F8KfXA
Chris Ray Gun’s Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Z-YBi165T8
Sargon of Akkad’s Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9NKeWQeW14&t=32s

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YouTube Thoughts: Political Commentary (ft. The Right Opinion)
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Some Thoughts Regarding the Elections: A Short Discussion on Politics and Economics (Political ASMR)

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Introduction to Politics: Synopsis of Our Present Predicament: What the Future Holds, a Final Word
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Chris Hedges’ Introduction to Inverted Totalitarianism from “Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt”
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The 2005 Bankruptcy Bill: Knowing a Financial Crisis Was Imminent, Banks Lobbied Government to Pass Laws to Preserve Their Wealth
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Collapsing the Economy in the Buildup to World War III: 11 of the Most Important Economic Events of the Last 11 Years
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Noam Chomsky, a Conspiracy Theorist of the Highest Magnitude: Defining Conspiracy Theory, What are the Theories Behind the Conspiracies?
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It’s Not Just the Mainstream Media That Is Scripted to Manufacture Consent, so Are Our Politicians
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Paradigm Shift in Education: Krishnamurti on the Educator, RAW on Ignorance, Gato on the System, and Hamming on Learning
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Why is Math Important? Because the language of mathematics plays a vital role in our evolution (article and videos #137 and #138)
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2010 had been an eventful year for America in politics. The Obama administration continues to face challenges; Democrats and Republicans made triumphs and compromises, and the Tea Party Movement grows stronger. Here’s a review of the top 10 news of 2010.

1. Health Care Reform is Signed into Law
Democrats spent a big part of 2009 attempting to pass a comprehensive health care reform. On March 22, 2010, they finally rallied together leading to the reform being passed (within a narrow margin). It was signed by the President four days later. Called the ObamaCare, it is undoubtedly the most significant health care reform in decades.

2. Sarah Palin Mania
The former Vice-President candidate has become the most visible Republican in the country. Since 2009, Sarah Palin has refined her ability to generate media attention and popularity and has become a considerable political clout. She made headlines both in a positive and negative light, and comes only second to Obama for being the most followed American politician today.

3. Afghanistan
In 2010, America lost the lives of 497 soldiers in the war in Afghanistan. However, the story failed to gather the appropriate public attention. This news is definitely important, but it seems the significance is lost to an American public thats already too tired of the conflict and the continuing loss it brings.

4. The Bush Tax Cuts
Amidst criticisms from the progressives, President Obama reached a compromise with Republicans to extend tax cuts for the wealthy for an additional two years. In return, the GOP grants Obama a 13 month extension of unemployment benefits plus a number of provisions.

5. SB1070 Controversy
After the Arizona Legislature passed the controversial illegal immigration enforcement bill SB1070 in April, the Obama administration sued the state before the new law could be enacted, contending that the legislation encroached upon the federal government’s jurisdiction to control the state’s pesky illegal immigration problem.

6. The Continued Decline of the U.S. Economy’s
Jobless recovery became a popular term around mid of 2010, but the so-called economic recovery didnt feel like a recovery at all. The federal government may infuse a lot of cash to the economy, but it hasnt done anything to convince Americans that the recession was over. A weak housing sector and continued high unemployment rate is more than enough evidence to the contrary.

7. The High Unemployment Rate
One of the biggest news of 2010 was the continued efforts by Democrats to make unemployment benefits last, which has forced Republicans to concede extending the federal benefits plan incrementally throughout the year. In exchange, Republicans get to extend the Bush Tax Cuts across the board.

8. Republicans Take Back the House
Republicans gained the majority in the House of Representatives. Their win in the 2010 midterm election will grant the GOP increasing power with which to barricade President Obama over the next two years.

9. The Tea Party Movements Influence Grows
Delaware Republican Christine ODonnells win in the states Senate primary election caused everyone to consider the Tea Party Movement as a considerable and growing force in American politics. As the Tea Party continues to gain power in 2011, most conservatives believe the mainstream GOP will be forced to embrace it. If not, party leaders may very well see a shakeup of revolutionary proportions.

10. Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
The Gulf oil spill can’t miss being in the top 10 news of 2010. Dominating the news for well over four months, it easily caused great political and economic repercussions to the whole country. The tragedy caused President Obama to face claims of inadequate response and has similarly damaged Republicans who made a number of verbal gaffes during the crisis.

Gabriel Castle is a writer for GoodPorkBadPork.com and an account processor for PARS Media Group, LLC. He lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

 

2010 had been an eventful year for America in politics. The Obama administration continues to face challenges; Democrats and Republicans made triumphs and compromises, and the Tea Party Movement grows stronger. Here’s a review of the top 10 news of 2010.

1.  Health Care Reform is Signed into Law

Democrats spent a big part of 2009 attempting to pass a comprehensive health care reform. On March 22, 2010, they finally rallied together leading to the reform being passed (within a narrow margin). It was signed by the President four days later. Called the ObamaCare, it is undoubtedly the most significant health care reform in decades.

2.  Sarah Palin Mania

The former Vice-President  candidate has become the most visible Republican in the country. Since 2009, Sarah Palin has refined her ability to generate media attention and popularity and has become a considerable political clout. She made headlines both in a positive and negative light, and comes only second to Obama for being the most followed American politician today.

3.  Afghanistan

In 2010, America lost the lives of 497 soldiers in the war in Afghanistan. However, the story failed to gather the appropriate public attention. This news is definitely important, but it seems the significance is lost to an American public that’s already too tired of the conflict and the continuing loss it brings.

4.  The Bush Tax Cuts

Amidst criticisms from the progressives, President Obama reached a compromise with Republicans to extend tax cuts for the wealthy for an additional two years. In return, the GOP grants Obama a 13 month extension of unemployment benefits plus a number of provisions.

5.  SB1070 Controversy

After the Arizona Legislature passed the controversial illegal immigration enforcement bill SB1070 in April, the Obama administration sued the state before the new law could be enacted, contending that the legislation encroached upon the federal government’s jurisdiction to control the state’s pesky illegal immigration problem.

6.  The Continued Decline of the U.S. Economy’s

“Jobless recovery” became a popular term around mid of 2010, but the so-called economic recovery didn’t feel like a recovery at all. The federal government may infuse a lot of cash to the economy, but it hasn’t done anything to convince Americans that the recession was over. A weak housing sector and continued high unemployment rate is more than enough evidence to the contrary.

7.  The High Unemployment Rate

One of the biggest news of 2010 was the continued efforts by Democrats to make unemployment benefits last, which has forced Republicans to concede extending the federal benefits plan incrementally throughout the year. In exchange, Republicans get to extend the Bush Tax Cuts across the board.

8.  Republicans Take Back the House

Republicans gained the majority in the House of Representatives.  Their win in the 2010 midterm election will grant the GOP increasing power with which to barricade President Obama over the next two years.

9.  The Tea Party Movement’s Influence Grows

Delaware Republican Christine O’Donnell’s win in the state’s Senate primary election caused everyone to consider the Tea Party Movement as a considerable and growing force in American politics. As the Tea Party continues to gain power in 2011, most conservatives believe the mainstream GOP will be forced to embrace it. If not, party leaders may very well see a shakeup of revolutionary proportions.

10.  Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill

The Gulf oil spill can’t miss being in the top 10 news of 2010.  Dominating the news for well over four months, it easily caused great political and economic repercussions to the whole country. The tragedy caused President Obama to face claims of inadequate response and has similarly damaged Republicans who made a number of verbal gaffes during the crisis.

 

Gabriel Castle is a writer for GoodPorkBadPork.com and an account processor for PARS Media Group, LLC. He lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Here’s a description of why this article is so prophetic.

0:25 – 0:57 – New information technology has been turned to malign ends. This is talking about the people who have realized they can publish fake news and profit with advertising. The “hearts’ desires” part is talking about how we can feel our political views are validated, all because we found a page that agrees with us.

1:03 – 1:26 – It could be said that this is talking about the information we give to websites like Facebook.

1:26 – 1:46 – This is talking about how we have the desire to only follow the pages that make us feel good, and hide the pages that make us feel bad. It also talks about how people can write false stories and publish them directly to the people who have chosen, using their emotions instead of facts, to follow the pages.

1:47 – 2:16 – This is talking about how we can “master” the virtual world so that it can be “completely shaped to our wishes”. You could say this is talking about how you can show the pages that make you feel good in terms of your political views, and hide the pages that challenge your views and make you think.

2:18 – 2:52 “People will exploit it” is talking about the people who run fake news pages. But this also says that they have the right to publish false news stories. They may not have this right on Facebook since it’s a business with terms and conditions, but people have the right to publish fake news on a website that they own.

2:52 – 3:10 – The people this part is talking about who “have built yet another pharaonic monument to wealth, avarice and indifference” is all of us who participate in publishing and/or reading fake news.

While some may say fake news has been around for a long time, I believe today’s fake news problem is primarily about the internet, and not so much television news or newspapers.

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Some say that “Captain America” and “Superman” were little more than symbols of American patriotism, calling citizens to accept the call of duty for their country and do something larger than life. Superman fought the Japanese during WWI and Captain America punched Hitler in the face during WWII. However, today’s political news resounds through the comic graphic novels world in an entirely different way now. Some dark comics came out of the Reagan years, but superheroes have been plunged into all-out civil warfare against their own governments.

On October 8th, 2008, just before the November elections, John McCain and Barack Obama starred in their own comic books published by IDW Publishing, only it was nothing like you would think. Even though “Savage Dragon” publicly endorsed Barack Obama in a recent issue, the IDW publications were presented as objective, illustrated, political news biographies of the two nominees. It has been described as “heavy on the facts, light on opinion.” The McCain book featured art by Stephen Thompson and writing by Andy Helfer (who also did “Road to Perdition” and “A History of Violence”) and the Obama book was illustrated by Tom Morgan and written by Jeff Mariotte (who has done Superman, Spider-Man and Star Trek comic book series).

“We didn’t do anything that is sensational here,” said Scott Dunbier from IDW. “We’re stuck to the facts.” Dunbier added that graphic novels have proven extremely effective in reaching and educating people. “We’re not in the business of doing textbooks,” he clarified, “But I think comic books really do have the great potential to inform and teach and do more than just standard superhero comics.” Fans can pre-order the books through their website or visit Uclick to view the comics over their cell phones.

Political news isn’t always so directly reported through comic book art, though. Sometimes, events in modern life are paralleled through events in the comic book heroes universe. For example, Marvel Comic’s “Civil War,” released in 2007, introduces an epic battle following the passage of “the Superhuman Registration Act” (much like the Patriot Act in our world), which asks that people trade in some of their liberties for security.

The Registration, more specifically, requires all costumed heroes to be licensed and trained, disclosing their secret identities to the government. While some characters in the DC Universe, like Fantastic Four’s Reed Richards and Iron Man support the registration, others like Captain America develop an underground resistance. Spiderman initially supports the idea so much he unmasks himself on live television, but later recants when he sees the Abu Ghraib-like prisons. Whether these obtuse allegories are an effective way of making a political statement or not remains to be seen.

There are also political news people like K. Thor Jensen and Jenny Gonzalez who focus on war stories. In “House of Twelve Goes To War,” the depictions focus on little-known aspects of the War on Terrorism. “Some sad, some action-packed, some unfathomable, but I promise you each and every one is 100% true,” the website declares. “Team 12 was drafted by the government and forced into working towards its war effort. When we returned, we decided the truth must be told in the most effective way possible; auto-bio comics! These are our stories of our experiences during the Great War.”

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SSC CGL 2016 -Political Science Notes- 200 Important Questions

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In this video, We are covering the important topic and asked questions in previous SSC CGL General knowledge (political Science) section.
These Political Science questions are important for upcoming SSC & UPSC exams i.e. SSC CGL Tier 1, SSC CPO SI, CHSL 10+2, UPSC NDA, UPSC CDS etc
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The Classical Conservative Definition:
A classical conservative values tradition and freedom over governmental power. Conservatives, under this definition, advocate a free market economy without governmental intervention. Conservatives tend to view government as a necessary evil, whose primary responsibility is to protect people from violation of their rights and freedom by others. Conservatives distinguish this from government taking action to guarantee people’s rights and freedom (a subtle, but important distinction). Conservatives think of morality as something that binds people into groups through loyalty and authority (in certain cases, substituting religion for authority). Conservatives tend to be tribalists.

There is likely not as much difference between the two philosophies as you may have thought. The distinctions are subtle, but they do lead to a different philosophy of both the purpose, and responsibilities of government. Distinctions between the two philosophies shift and morph to suit the politics of the day.

Conservatives are usually regarded as associated with the Republican Party, liberals with the Democratic Party. This is an over-generalization.

Both parties embrace certain conservative and liberal tendencies. Moreover, it does not account for those that do not affiliate with either party, standing as independents, a very large segment of America’s political society.

FOUNDERS OF CONSERVATISM
Edmund Burke is often regarded as the founder of the conservative philosophy. Burke stated in 1791 that it was not necessary to tear apart society to cure its evils:

“An ignorant man who is not fool enough to meddle with his clock, is however sufficiently confident to think he can safely take to pieces, and put together at his pleasure, a moral machine of another guise, importance and complexity, composed of far other wheels, and springs, and balances, and counteracting and co-operating powers.

Men little think how immorally they act in rashly meddling with what they do not understand. Their delusive good intention is no sort of excuse for their presumption. They who truly mean well must be fearful of acting ill.”

Burke professed that change should only be made when fully aware of the consequences of the actions. Society is complex and interconnected, so changes must be made with deliberation and knowledge of history. The damage from miscalculated changes can be too disastrous to society, to do otherwise.

This is not to say conservatives oppose change. Conservatives recognize that change is necessary in society; however, conservatives move at a slower pace than liberals.

The Modern Conservative Movement
Many credit Russell Kirk’s 1953 book, “The Conservative Mind” with the birth of the modern conservative movement in the United States. In 1957, Kirk condensed he beliefs in “The Essence of Conservatism:”

“…The conservative is a person who endeavors to conserve the best in our traditions and our institutions, reconciling that best with necessary reform from time to time…Our American War of Independence…especially in the works of John Adams, Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison, we find a sober and tested conservatism founded upon an understanding of history and human nature. The Constitution which the leaders of that generation drew up has proved to be the most successful conservative device in all history.”

In this statement, Kirk restated that the U.S. Constitution is an instrument that protects people from abuse by government; in that regard, the Constitution must be strictly interpreted to guarantee that protection.

Barry Goldwater was the first politician to waive the modern conservative banner. His book, “The Conscience of a Conservative” was required reading at Harvard, at least for a while. When running for president in 1964, Goldwater promised to enforce the U.S. Constitution.

However, it was Ronald Reagan that legitimized the conservative political philosophy as President in 1980. He ran on a platform of cutting government, as he did when governor in California, where his main reform was in welfare.

As President, Reagan cut taxes in his first year. Whether as a direct result or not, the U.S. economy began an unprecedented economic boom in 1982 that lasted until 2001. However, Reagan will also be remembered for not only his economic forecast in 1982, but his prophesy that: “The march of freedom and democracy … will leave Marxism-Leninism on the ash-heap of history as it has left other tyrannies which stifle the freedom and muzzle the self-expression of the people.”

The fall of the Berlin wall came in 1989, followed by the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.

CONCLUSION
In looking at the above comparison of conservative and liberal values, it is apparent that arguments can be made for the value of either position. However, such a limited view misses the point. Combining both philosophies can take the best from each to provide solutions to our problems.

As an example, take the issue of trust as to whether government is the best answer to our problems. Conservatives are wary to trust government as the answer; liberals tend to see government as a necessary evil, but still the best answer to solve our problems. Both are appropriate views. Our Founding Fathers recognized this dilemma and developed a system of checks and balances, a separation of powers for an effective government, but one that never developed too much power over its citizens.

The Founding Fathers listened to both sides of the conservative and liberal argument to try to find a system that meets the needs of all.

Today, our society needs to move forward to meet new challenges; liberals say we need new solutions to those challenges; conservatives say we need to trust proven solutions because miscalculation could make our problems worse. Again, both views have value; and a blending of both is likely the best answer: learn from the past, while we forge the future.

Unfortunately, our politics have become too polarized and too divisive. People take positions rather than work together. Political parties provide those positions. Many Republicans revert to religion as a bastion, while many Democrats turn their party into a religion.

After obtaining a degree in political science, I embarked on a career in insurance and government. For the last 21 years, I have worked for local government and government associations. I have written articles, as well as manuals, assisting local government in effectively managing their activities and exposures. I have also provided training in these areas, been a frequent speaker at educational seminars, and acted as President of an association of governmental employees.

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