1. Nepalis Line Up to Vote

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    All over Nepal, droves of voters gather at neighborhood temples and schools to cast their votes with hopes of a new and peaceful country. Long lines are seen outside the many polling stations as the voting get underway. All under the watchful eyes of international election observers. [Jan Mudler, Election Observer]: "The reading I have gotten from the polling stations I have visited until now is positive, there are several reports from elsewhere in the country that it is not completely okay, so, let's not praise the day until it is over, we have to await developments." Most shops are closed and the streets are quiet due to a vehicle ban to prevent violence and illegal voting practices. About 135,000 police are keeping watch. Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter is also heading a monitoring mission. [Jimmy Carter, Election Monitor]: "Any violence is unfortunate but I think it has not interrupted the process of elections." Many Nepali Royalists are worried about the idea of the monarchy being abolished and are calling for a referendum. [Rambahadur Tamang, Retired Office Employee]: "Since the King has been around for a long time, he should be given a proper place." The elections are a key demand of Maoist former rebels who ended their decade-long civil war in 2006. [Haripiya Aryal, Retired Airline Employee]: "The objective that people have been fighting for a long time will be accomplished and peace will also prevail, I am confident about that." But rebel armed groups have called for a boycott of the polls and threatened voters in the country's southeast. They do not trust a promise of greater regional autonomy after the election. Ballot boxes will be collected in Kathmandu immediately after polls close and votes are counted. But it could be weeks before the result is announced.

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    • 2011 LAPAC Candidates' Forum

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      Video of the Luso-American Candidates' Forum held October 21, 2011 in South River New Jersey, at the Portuguese Club. Candidates for this year: For Mayor: Democratic Candidate, Matt Vaughn Republican Candidate, John Krenzel For Council: Democratic Candidates, Thomas C. Roselli and Peter Guindi Republican Candidates, Donna Farren and Michael Trenga 0:35 Introduction 2:54 Peter Guindi Opening Statement 3:55 Donna Farren Opening Statement 5:50 Thomas Roselli Opening Statement 7:55 Michael Trenga Opening Statement 10:10 First Question: Which initiative of the other party do you most strongly support, and which do you most strongly oppose? 10:23 Mr. Trenga's Answer 11:18 Mr. Roselli's Answer 13:06 Second Question: If elected what would you do to revitalize downtown? 13:10 Mr. Guindi's Answer 14:48 Ms. Farren's Answer 16:43 Third Question: Do you believe the committees in town are used properly and do you plan to reorganize or restructure them in a more effective manner? 16:51 Ms. Farren's Answer 18:15 Mr. Roselli's Answer 19:28 Fourth Question: How do you feel about the ongoing negotiations with the business administrator? 19:47 Mr. Guindi's Answer 20:20 Mr. Trenga's Answer 21:47 Fifth Question: What plans will you support to make South River Business Friendly? 21:53 Mr. Roselli's Answer 23:54 Mr. Trenga's Answer 26:15 Sixth Question: What makes you different as a politician that will make voters confident in voting for you? 26:39 Ms. Farren's Answer 28:45 Mr. Guindi's Answer 30:13 Seventh Question: Taxes and utility rates are a major concern. How do you plan to cut spending? 30:23 Mr. Roselli's Answer 32:47 Ms. Farren's Answer 35:08 Mr. Trenga's Closing Statement 41:46 Mr. Roselli's Closing Statement 46:32 Ms. Farren's Closing Statement 51:10 Mr. Guindi's Closing Statement 53:05 Mayor Portion Introduction 53:31 John Krenzel's Opening Statement 56:57 Matt Vaughn's Opening Statement 1:02:10 First Question: How do you intend to inform the public of large projects in town? (Editor's Note: More of programming like this widely available) 1:02:23 Mr. Krenzel's Answer 1:04:12 Mr. Vaughn's Answer 1:05:26 Second Question: How influential should the youth in town be and what new initiatives would you propose? 1:05:40 Mr. Vaughn's Answer 1:07:07 Mr. Krenzel's Answer 1:09:04 Third Question: What are your incentives for using the electric surplus and how much money do you think should be kept as an emergency fund? 1:09:17 Mr. Krenzel's Answer 1:12:46 Mr. Vaughn's Answer 1:15:49 Fourth Question: What would you do to cut spending in the borough? 1:16:13 Mr. Vaughn's Answer 1:18:19 Mr. Krenzel's Answer 1:21:23 Fifth Question: What are the most pressing issues facing your Administration if elected? 1:21:36 Mr. Krenzel's Answer 1:23:07 Mr. Vaughn's Answer 1:23:52 Mr. Vaughn's Closing Statement 1:29:25 Mr. Krenzel's Closing Statement Thank you for watching.

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      • Civic Bailout

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        Pratt Architecture Thesis with Bradley Rothenberg. http://arkinetblog.wordpress.com/2010/03/01/civic-bailout-crisis-fronts/

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        • Public Opinion and Public Policy: Complexities of the Democratic Mandate (original)

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          Dr Scott Blinder speaks to Rob McNeil of the Migration Observatory about Public Opinion and Public Policy.

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          • Bill Clinton speaks at Carmona rally

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            Video by Sean Logan

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            • Door To Door

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              Knock on doors with Josh. http://www.skaller09.com/

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              • HSB Identification - Ghana

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                A corporate film for HSB Identification, highlighting the success of the voter registration for the democratic elections in Ghana, Africa in 2012. http://www.voxl.nl/en/projects/hsb-identification-ghana

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                • Hoffer for Auditor "Whiteboard"

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                  Video made in support of Doug Hoffer for Vermont State Auditor.

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                  • Boston Tea Party Redux

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                    from Jake Doty Added 98 1 1

                    This is not intended to be a statement in favor of or against any specific political viewpoint, but rather an illustration of the current state of American political discourse. My experience of the Tea Party event on the Boston Common on April 14, 2010, was one of bewildered amusement. Nobody was making any sense. Everyone was shouting, no one was listening, and dozens of individuals wandered the crowd in search of counter-protesters, or "infil-traitors," to argue with. Just as often, they ended up arguing with fellow Tea Party members. Some brought the mob mentality into one-on-one arguments that lasted only a few seconds before dramatically shouting their final point and disappearing into the crowd before a response could be given. While others held relatively coherent discussions - as coherent as a discussion between two people with different sets of facts can be - for as long as an hour, the end result was at best, a civil agreement to disagree. I was left, not with any answers or conclusions about the Tea Party or anything else, only a vague awareness that something was very wrong with the way Americans talk to each other about politics.

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                    • We Believe in Prophet Walker for Assembly 2014

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                      Thousands of families have given up, and I want to give them hope. Thousands of kids have been abandoned, and I want to let them know that they’re not alone. And dozens of communities have been left behind, and I want to be their champion. Please watch this brand new video about my campaign and why I’m running. And please pass it along to anyone else you think might be interested.

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