1. Ralph Enlow | Part 1

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    from Bethlehem College & Seminary / Added

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    In this interview Dr. Enlow discusses the impact that the changes in cultural values and government regulations will have on higher education in the years to come.

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    • CNBC Interview of Alpha Venture Partners' Steve Brotman on Uber's $50B Valuation

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      CNBC conducted an interview on 5/11/15 on the upcoming news of Uber's $2B round at a $50B valuation. There is some dialogue about 1/ whether or not companies were choosing to delay going public on their own accord or they delayed because of harsh government policies and 2/ the appropriateness of Uber's valuation.

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      • Sugar, The New Controlled Substance

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        Should sugar be labelled a drug?

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        • Plastic Surgery Regulation - Does the Government Have to Step In?

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          Spencer Kobren speaks with Board Certified, Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. John Anastasatos about whether Government intervention would help to better regulate the cosmetic surgery industry or if it would be more effective for the industry to self regulate and better educate the cosmetic surgery consumer.

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          • Anti-SLAPP Litigation: From the Rutter Group's Civil Litigation Series

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            from Davis Wright Tremaine / Added

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            One of Davis Wright Tremaine's most experienced anti-SLAPP lawyers, Thomas R. Burke, has written the first practical, comprehensive guide to anti-SLAPP litigation, focusing on California’s anti-SLAPP statute, one of the first anti-SLAPP statutes enacted and the most frequently used. Published by The Rutter Group, this deskbook fully details how the anti-SLAPP statute works--particularly how defendants may invoke the law to strike any civil cause of action that arises from petitioning or free speech activity--and when and how plaintiffs may overcome an anti-SLAPP motion to strike. The book compiles, organizes, and analyzes the hundreds of state and federal appellate decisions that have interpreted California's anti-SLAPP law, and provides extensive practice tips and forms.

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            • Rough-n-Ready Lumber Mill Closes after 90 years (Link Phillippi interview) 23 Apr 2013

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              Josephine County is in economic shock by this loss of natural-resource based prosperity. 85 family-wage jobs being lost as the mill closes, affecting upwards of 10,000 other jobs through the multiplier effect. To learn about the solution to the pervasive governmental over-regulation problem, Doyel Shamley explains what has worked for him and his crew in Apache County, Arizona: economic sovereignty. www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPTdWpEJPok

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              • Grant Cardone Defends Toyota & Less Regulation

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                CNBC debate about government regulation on businesses. Grant Cardone is fighting for business owners and entrepreneurs to limit government regulation.

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                • Heritage Harmony: "Liberation"

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                  "Fellow Wisconsinites - As a proud member of the Wisconsin Heritage Foundation, I have a public service announcement. Whether you know it or not, right now, your beers are under attack! The state budget includes language that will punish Wisconsin's 60+ craft brewers. This is a battle for freedom and the Wisconsin ethic. Out-of-state conglomerates like Miller and Coors are trying to kill the tradition of smaller microbrewers. They’ve convinced our leaders at the capital to make it more difficult to brew and sell beer. That is a blight on Wisconsin’s heritage! If Governor Walker stands with the rich traditions and values that have built Wisconsin, he would VETO this portion of the bill. Join me in taking a drink, to the history & heritage of beers in Wisconsin. We must preserve our rights and freedoms... and our Wisconsin heritage!" If you want to take action, follow @wisheritage or wiheritage.tumblr.com.

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                  • Government Regulations the Free Market and "Lowering" Costs

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                    I put together just a few clips and a phone call of Larry Elder commenting on: 1) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (from zero to 3:30), 2) a caller asks about regulatory issues about the Federal Reserve (3:35 to 6:41), 3) Burden of Government on Families (7:50 to 10:50), 4) as well as the stated reasoning for Obama "ramming down our throats" health care - failing (10:50 to the end). For more clear thinking like this from Larry Elder... I invite you to become an Eldorado: http://www.larryelder.com/

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                    • "Just a Taste" Episode 11 from WinetrippingTV.com

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                      from Dan Ganshirt / Added

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                      Dan and Jeff get some bubbly from Brotherhood Winery of New York, look at the Debbie Downer act (at least that's what we call it), wonder if the government should regulate wine terms.

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