1. Freedom InFocus – Iran


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    Pastor Ken Vogel, director of Public Affairs & Religious Liberty for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia, explores religious freedom issues in Iran.

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    • Napolitano: Raise TSA passenger fees to help with security costs


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      A new fee may hit airport travelers. Sec. of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano suggests raising the Transportation Security Administration fee to bolster security as an influx of carry-on luggage - from customers avoiding baggage fees - hits the security checkpoints. Alex Reese reports.

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      • Unemployed military veterans look to the Arizona outdoors for jobs


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        A unique crew of firefighters just started training in the Arizona woods. The crew is part of the Southwest Conservation Corps and it's made up of military veterans. With unemployment rising among veterans, this group is learning a new skill set to compliment their old one. Blake Essig reports.

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        • A Gift from Heaven


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          In this pantomime sketch, a man takes his family on an outing. After a heated argument with his wife, she leaves him stranded in a park. After walking 150 miles, he finally returns home only to find the house abandoned and all of their belongings gone. As a result, he loses his job and becomes homeless. Struggling day to day just to survive, he performs an act of kindness and is rewarded by an angel.

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          • DARE vows to avenge the deaths of disabled people murdered by the British euthanasia policy


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            DARE, Disabled Anarchist Revolutionary Enclave, a fictional group of disabled terrorists opposed to the new eugenics movement, through genetic engineering, genetic therapy, abortion of all disabled babies...in other words, Genetic Cleansing. The British State has declared WAR on Disabled People. The Medical Profession is being urged by the Government to avoid saving the lives of disabled children, people with learning difficulties and elderly people who are sick and infirm. The British Government is becoming more and more Nazi as each day passes. The time has arrived for Disabled People to Fight back and Defend themselves. DARE was originally created for the theatre in 1997, from an idea by Nabil Shaban, who was already a disabled activist with DAN, the Direct Action Network, who were protesting at the lack of accessible public transport for disabled people. Their protests and acts of civil disobedience worked. Britain now has wheelchair accessible buses, trains and taxis. An English comic strip hero in the 1950s and 1960s was called DAN DARE. It seemed only logical to Nabil Shaban that a more militant violent offshoot of DAN, would be called DARE. When asked by Robert Rae, artisitic director of Theatre Workshop at the time, for an idea for a play, Nabil suggested DARE, the Disabled Anarchist Revolutionary Enclave. When Rae asked Shaban what would the most threatening issue for disabled people be in the near future, which DARE would be fighting, Shaban said opposition to Genetic Cleansing, a eugenics movement with the Nazi agenda of removing disabled people from the face of the earth. Three disabled actors (Jim McSharry, John Hollywood, Daryl Beeton) plus Nabil Shaban got together with Robert Rae, the director to write and devise the theatre play DARE. The show ran for five years. This new video has been made to again remind people that although DARE the show has ended, the threat to disabled people's right to exist hasnot gone away but is getting more ominous everyday as doctors, scientists, parents, insurance companies and governments intensify their agenda for Genetic Cleansing. tags :

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            • Brian Kaylor: Skype Interivew


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              Brian Kaylor, author and assistant professor of communication studies at James Madison University, talks about the role of "confessional politics" in this election season.

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              • Airdale for President - Campaign Ad


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                Walter T. Airdale releases his first official 2012 Presidential Campaign Ad to the public.

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                • The relationship between politics and NHS reform


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                  This video contains the highlights of a panel debate held during the Health Policy Summit 2012, which considered the relationship between politics and health and social care reform. The panellists discuss the political process involved – and the courage required – to drive through reforms to the English NHS. The panel for this session of the Summit comprised: Paul Corrigan, Independent Consultant; Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell MP, Health Select Committee; and Rt Hon Baroness Williams of Crosby, House of Lords. The session was chaired by Nuffield Trust Director, Dr Jennifer Dixon. Visit the Nuffield Trust website for further details about our work in this area: http://www.nuffieldtrust.org.uk

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                  • The 2012 March in March


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                    • Clergy Corner 3: Faith and Politics


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                      Clergy group discusses Faith and Politics

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