CU Boulder: It’s Constitution Day!
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CU Boulder: It’s Constitution Day!

Hi, my name is Travis Weiner, I’m a second-year law student at the University of Colorado Boulder Law School. The Constitution is the founding document of this country. Among other things it separated the government into three equal branches ensuring that one would not have more power than the other. And for the first time […]

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Does Pleading Insanity Work?
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Does Pleading Insanity Work?

“It’s crazy to plead insanity” says law professor Dr. Charles Ewing. The plea rarely works. And yet, some of the most famous mass murderers have attempted it. Just this month, Eddie Ray Routh, the killer of ‘American Sniper’, Chris Kyle, was deemed sane by the jury, despite his insanity plea, and convicted of murder. So […]

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How Sheriffs Defend U.S. Constitution!
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How Sheriffs Defend U.S. Constitution!

what do Oregon Washington and Colorado have in common many of their sheriffs and citizens have refused to abide by unconstitutional laws imposed by the federal government I’m Robyn kinderman and you’re watching jbs Straight Talk in 2013 oregon sheriff’s made quite the fuss about gun control with many refusing to enforce the strict federal […]

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TABOR in Two Minutes
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TABOR in Two Minutes

(clock ticking) – [Narrator] A lot of Coloradans have never even heard of the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights or TABOR. It was added to the Colorado constitution in 1992 and it’s had a big impact on how we fund schools, public safety, and roads ever since. Let’s go over the basics. Because of TABOR, Colorado […]

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