The United States Constitution
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The United States Constitution

Charge! We want representation! Framers are currently gathering around to revise our current Articles of Confederation Shays Rebellion caused quite the uprising. Let’s see what they come up with Tyranny, tyranny! We must remember what it was like under British rule. We shouldn’t be giving much power to Congress. But where should the power lie? […]

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80/20 Inc: Quick Frame Overview
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80/20 Inc: Quick Frame Overview

Hello, and welcome to 80/20’s product highlight series. Today, we’re going to take a look at the Quick Frame construction system. This framing system is a great choice for lightweight and cost-effective solutions. Now when it comes to installing the Quick Frame, it couldn’t be easier. The only tool you’re going to need is a […]

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Meet Harry, BMus (Hons) Film Composition
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Meet Harry, BMus (Hons) Film Composition

My name is Harry Somers and I study on BMus Film Music Composition. I’ve absolutely loved my time here I can’t imagine… this is why I’m still toying between doing a masters beacuse I’m not sure how I’m gonna manage not being here every day. All my lecturers are absolutely lovely, they’re second to none. […]

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DIY Raspberry PI Digital Picture Photo Frame – P2
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DIY Raspberry PI Digital Picture Photo Frame – P2

Hello and Welcome my name is Doug Hubbell and to Astrophotography tutorials. Today is part 2 of do it yourself raspberry pi digital picture frame. Today we are going through the configuration steps on how to setup your own digital picture frame. Everything you need to configure the raspberry pi is done LX terminal it’s […]

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Stare Decisis: Precedent vs the Constitution
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Stare Decisis: Precedent vs the Constitution

Precedent does not trump the constitution, even when the court says it does. Stare decisis is Latin for “to stand by things decided.” In short, it is the doctrine of precedent. According to the Supreme Court, stare decisis “promotes the evenhanded, predictable, and consistent development of legal principles, fosters reliance on judicial decisions, and contributes […]

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