1. Tay & Suggs

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    Breaking and expanding upon the stereotypes of cannabis users through debate, political and not.

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    • Zerlina Maxwell Video Reel

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      Political Analyst and Writer Zerlina Maxwell on Fox News discussing Mitt Romney and Bain Capital.

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      • Europa Teaser Animation

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        Promo-Teaser Animation for a forthcoming EU platform. (Tongue-in-cheek) Get inside the machine room of Europe... the EU 4er - online. Meet the big players and actors... lobbyists, MEP's and journalists. Build your own networks, set up a lobby group + office in our virtual EU-4er. Become a lobbyist... (In development). Copyright Up Creative Ltd + Not So Crazy Productions. Credits: Direction; Creative + Art: Jamie Balliu Design: J.Balliu Lead Animator: Ben Marshall Additional Animation: Alex Mazza + J.Balliu Illustration: Ana Vicente + J.Balliu

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        • Youth Work is Political

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          This is the first in a series of video clips to promote the 'Youth Work is Political' seminar on 12 June 2012. The event is organised by Youth Action, Public Achievement, Save the Children Northern Ireland and the Northern Ireland Assembly Commission education team. The event will be led by Professor Mike Baizerman, from the University of Minnesota - head of their youth studies programme. If you miss the event, watch out for clips afterwards. Paul Smyth from Public Achievement talks about why he is going.

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          • Online Spying - Your Privacy and Your Wallet (2012)

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            Take action: http://OpenMedia.ca/stand - Would you want up to three billion dollars of your country's tax dollars spent on Vic Toews' online spying plan? How would you feel if Public Safety Minister Vic Toews had already quietly set aside your tax dollars for the scheme? This isn't a hypothetical question. Despite media stories saying the bill will die, just last week Vic Toews arrogantly proclaimed that the government is still "intent on proceeding" with his unpopular warrantless online spying bill. And he just set aside millions of your tax dollars to pay for it. To push back, we're launching a viral video—a new tool to help you educate as many Canadians as possible about this costly online spying scheme. We know from experience that when people get informed and get vocal en masse, we win.

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            • Politics InFocus 25 May 2012

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              A Christian view of what's happening in Australian politics from Lyle Shelton from the Australian Christian Lobby in Canberra.

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              • #YoSoy 132 Students Protest PRI's Presidential Candidate and Televisa TV

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                Thousands of university students marched through central Mexico City on Wednesday to protest media coverage that they say favours the candidate of the former ruling party in upcoming presidential elections. Ricardo Lopez / The Associated Press

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                • Too much time alone.

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                  www.dustinmorrow.com The median age in Ireland is thirty-four years. The country has a smaller population of elderly than any other European nation. Despite the visions of the little old Irish men with silver hair and tweed jackets that comprise many people’s ideas of the stereotypical Irishman, the nation is in truth dominantly youth-centered. As national resources and attention go to solving the problems of a young populace (concerns like crowded schools and housing prices), the older residents are often forgotten. The nation’s elderly live primarily in remote rural areas, which makes it even easier for them to become an afterthought to Dubliners (more than half of whom are under the age of twenty-five). And yet it is this older population that carries Ireland’s history in its rich traditions of oral storytelling and song, traditions that are being sidelined by the country’s obsession with technological advancement and its status as a power in the European and world markets. Relative to most of the world, Ireland is a new nation, having been granted its independence in the 1920s. The evolution of the country has been witnessed in its near-entirety by some citizens who are still living. How many nations can make the same claim? As these people pass on, so does a large part of what makes Ireland what it is – its sense of history, of struggle, of revolution, hardship, and perseverance. In Too much time alone, a first-person nonfiction reflection, an American visitor with Irish roots wonders, “Who will tell us stories now?”

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                  • Ill Doctrine: Why Trolling Needs To Be Legal

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                    New York legislators are trying to effectively outlaw all anonymous comments online. [ http://www.animalnewyork.com/2012/new-york-state-legislators-want-to-ban-anonymous-comments/ ] This is a bad idea for a bunch of reasons. http://www.animalnewyork.com/2012/why-trolling-needs-to-be-legal/

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                    • Egyptian Voters on the Promise & Limits of Historic Election (Democracy Now! Report)

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                      Voters are heading to the polls for the second day in Egypt's first competitive presidential election following the ouster of Hosni Mubarak 15 months ago. The first day of voting saw numerous reports of minor violations, but was largely hailed as free of fraud and violence. Ahmed Shafik, Mubarak's last prime minister and now a leading candidate, was swarmed by protesters outside his polling station who hurled shoes and debris at him. Democracy Now! correspondent Sharif Abdel Kouddous and videographer Hany Massoud spent the day traveling to polling stations around Cairo speaking to voters about their choices for president and their concerns in the election. To watch the complete weekday independent news hour, read the transcript, download the podcast, search our vast archive, or to find more information about Democracy Now! and Amy Goodman, visit http://www.democracynow.org/ FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: @democracynow Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/democracynow Listen on SoundCloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/democracy-now Daily Email News Digest: http://www.democracynow.org/subscribe Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today, visit http://www.democracynow.org/donate/VM

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