1. Meet Liberty Institute


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    Liberty Institute is the largest legal organization dedicated solely to defending and restoring religious liberty in America. Liberty Institute’s mission is to defend and restore religious liberty across America — in our schools, for our churches and throughout the public arena. We have a vision to reestablish religious liberty in accordance with the principles of our Founding Fathers. We hope you'll join us in this escalating battle in our courts, in the legislature and in the media to protect and restore America’s first and most important freedom, our freedom of religion. For more on Liberty visit: www.libertyinstitute.org/

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    • Metamorphosis // Mutation


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      3 landmarks, 3 changes over the years. Faded images on postcards; Brilliantly-lit resolutive digitals 'Better' they say. Progress is what we need. Progress. Really? ---------------------------------------------------------------- Places: Boat Quay, Singapore Supreme Court & Municipal Building, Singapore General Post Office/Fullerton Hotel, Singapore Visual: Kaleidoscope made of images from old postcards & my digital images. iPhone camera Sound: Garageband Sounds from the respective environment

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      • Metropolis Interviews: Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer


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        Metropolis talks to the Supreme Court justice about the award-winning federal courthouse in Boston he helped to create. Footage: Ken Richardson Video edit: Julie Rossman Interview conducted by Martin C. Pedersen & Susan S. Szenasy

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        • Michael Saks, Twelve Angry Men


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          The Supreme Court refused to hear Deltoro v. Florida. At stake...whether criminal juries of less than 12 is constitutional. Scott Drake discusses the case with Michael Saks who co-wrote an op-ed for the WSJ. Michael J. Saks, professor of law and psychology, and Faculty Fellow, Center for the Study of Law, Science, & Technology

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          • Michel Bastarache 1


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            Former Supreme Court Justice Michel Bastarache talks to journalist Jacques Poitras about human rights, minorities, and the future of international law.

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            • Mike Lacey_2 minute version


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              • Military board: calls for the Dismissal of Marine Sgt. Gary Stein, Voter Fraud Bribes and Taxes!


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                Tonight on Phatman and Littleboy: Military board: calls for the Dismissal of Marine Sgt. Gary Stein, Voter Fraud Bribes and Taxes!, all of this and more on Phatman and Littleboy.com

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                • Montana vs. Citizen's United


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                  Jason Wiener, a city councilman from Missoula Montana, explains Montana's challenge to the Supreme Court's Citizen's United ruling. Wiener's remarks were made at the "Overturning Citizen's United: A Movement Mandate" strategy session at the 2012 Take Back the American Dream Conference on June 19th. On June 25, 2012, the Supreme Court struck down Montana's ban on corporate political money and held that the Citizen's United ruling applies to state and local elections.

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                  • Moot Court Finals with Justice John Paul Stevens


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                    Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, the Honorable Judge Diane Wood of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, and the Honorable Judge Brett Kavanaugh ’90 of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit heard the case, Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin as four Yale Law School students competed in the Thurman Arnold Prize Finals of the Morris Tyler Moot Court of Appeals. Pete Huffman ’12 and Kasdin E. Miller ’12 argued for the petitioner. Allyson Bennett ’13 and Connor S. Sullivan ’13 represented the respondent. The Potter Stewart Prize for best overall written and oral advocacy went to the respondents, Allyson Bennett and Connor Sullivan, and the Thurman Arnold Prize for best oralist was awarded to Allyson Bennett. Read more at: http://www.law.yale.edu/news/15238.htm.

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                    • Motion Reel - GAY TV ON THE GO - Jhonmar Castillo


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                      Jhonmar Castillo Interactive Creative Director Motion Graphic Artist Videographer Editor

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