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The Good, The Bad & The Bling Trailer – FuTurXTV – Velocity Productions – Director David Velo Stewart – Producer & Writer David L. “Money Train” Watts - Rick Ross – Young Jeezy – Trina – Fat Joe – Jacki-O - Hiphopbattle – HHBMedia – Money Train – Sassy Pandez – Betsie Dsane – Shark Energy Drink – Coby Electronics - - Detroit - Houston The Good, The Bad and The Bling is a groundbreaking, provocative and cutting edge theatrical documentary that explores the current state of Hip-Hop and where it is going as a culture and social movement. The doc has interviews with highly opinionated and knowledgeable suburban teens, parents, teachers, inner-city youth and several major rap stars all weighing in on many diverse, topical and controversial issues in Hip-Hop, such as its constant negative stereotypes of women. The film also directly addresses major social, economic and political themes like the Second Iraq War, the Katrina Disaster and the highly divisive and explosive topic of homophobia in the Hip-Hop community.
5 Aug 2017
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9/11, OIL Behind Iraq WAR - NEW 3...
26 Mar 2007
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Soldiers of the 10th mountain division test new rifle scopes in Iraq war during combat operations. All rifle scopes are provided by frontline optics (frontlineoptics****). No ied in video, Just lots of good shooting!
27 Nov 2007
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Sarah Palin: Alaska Pipeline and Iraq War are God's Will.
12 Sep 2008
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*******www.interest***.nz I'm Bernard Hickey and welcome to www.interest***.nz 's second exclusive interview with a newsmaker. Earlier this month we spoke Reserve Bank of New Zealand governor Alan Bollard. Here we talk to Professor Joseph Stiglitz. He is a Columbia University professor and a Nobel Prize winner in economics who has co-written a book tallying up the true cost of the Iraq War to US taxpayers and the US economy. The book titled the Three Trillion Dollar War explains how the 5 year old war was expected to cost US$50 billion and has instead ended up costing at least US$3 trillion. The direct costs of the destroyed equipment and spending in Iraq is added to the growing medical costs for injured veterans, along with the massive macroeconomic costs of higher oil prices. Stiglitz details how this surge of deficit-funded cash and wasteful spending has distorted global financial markets, helping create the global credit crunch that this week claimed Bear Stearns. He goes on to say that the US Federal Reserve's move to rescue Bear Stearns creates a dangerous precedent and adds to a growing "Moral Hazard" on Wall St that investors can always rely on the US Federal Reserve to bail them out of bad lending and investing decisions. He worries about the future of financial markets and cautions that other unnamed banks are also rumoured to be in trouble. Stiglitz finishes by saying the Fed's liquidity pump is helping to strip the US dollar of its status as a reserve currency. Stiglitz was in New Zealand to promote the book at the International Festival of the Arts at its Readers and Writers week. He spoke in Auckland on Tuesday night.
5 Sep 2010
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The real cost of the Iraq war I'm Bernard Hickey and welcome to www.interest***.nz 's second exclusive interview with a newsmaker. Earlier this month we spoke Reserve Bank of New Zealand governor Alan Bollard. Here we talk to Professor Joseph Stiglitz. He is a Columbia University professor and a Nobel Prize winner in economics who has co-written a book tallying up the true cost of the Iraq War to US taxpayers and the US economy. The book titled the Three Trillion Dollar War explains how the 5 year old war was expected to cost US$50 billion and has instead ended up costing at least US$3 trillion. The direct costs of the destroyed equipment and spending in Iraq is added to the growing medical costs for injured veterans, along with the massive macroeconomic costs of higher oil prices. Stiglitz details how this surge of deficit-funded cash and wasteful spending has distorted global financial markets, helping create the global credit crunch that this week claimed Bear Stearns. He goes on to say that the US Federal Reserve's move to rescue Bear Stearns creates a dangerous precedent and adds to a growing "Moral Hazard" on Wall St that investors can always rely on the US Federal Reserve to bail them out of bad lending and investing decisions. He worries about the future of financial markets and cautions that other unnamed banks are also rumoured to be in trouble. Stiglitz finishes by saying the Fed's liquidity pump is helping to strip the US dollar of its status as a reserve currency.
25 Feb 2009
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Here we talk to Professor Joseph Stiglitz. He is a Columbia University professor and a Nobel Prize winner in economics who has co-written a book tallying up the true cost of the Iraq War to US taxpayers and the US economy. The book titled the Three Trillion Dollar War explains how the 5 year old war was expected to cost US$50 billion and has instead ended up costing at least US$3 trillion. The direct costs of the destroyed equipment and spending in Iraq is added to the growing medical costs for injured veterans, along with the massive macroeconomic costs of higher oil prices. Stiglitz details how this surge of deficit-funded cash and wasteful spending has distorted global financial markets, helping create the global credit crunch that this week claimed Bear Stearns. He goes on to say that the US Federal Reserve's move to rescue Bear Stearns creates a dangerous precedent and adds to a growing "Moral Hazard" on Wall St that investors can always rely on the US Federal Reserve to bail them out of bad lending and investing decisions. He worries about the future of financial markets and cautions that other unnamed banks are also rumoured to be in trouble. Stiglitz finishes by saying the Fed's liquidity pump is helping to strip the US dollar of its status as a reserve currency.
25 Feb 2009
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This is the Iraq War Peace Please Protest in Washington, DC. I would say that I could easily exchange footage from any of the other 7 years protest and pretend to have been here except that most of the other 7 were larger. There is an incident in this video that clearly demonstrates why this type of "resistance" will never accomplish anything. See if you can find it. Distributed by Tubemogul.
21 Mar 2010
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Wikileaks released some 400,000 Iraq war documents, including reports that revealed 15,000 previously unknown civilian deaths.
29 Oct 2010
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A Unique view from inside a tank.
31 Aug 2006
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Iraq Star *******www.iraqstar**** provides cosmetic surgery free of charge to disfigured Iraq Vets. Please help.
20 Oct 2007
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a day for people to come out and share a myriad of emotions, cultural heritage and messages of many kinds. it was great. a lot of 911 truth movement people were there. www.wearechangela**** it took 15 minutes for the whole march to pass by my stationary position!
16 Mar 2008
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Make NO mistake where she stood in 2003
19 Mar 2008
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A heated exchange develops between anti-war activists and a conservative minority
20 Mar 2008
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Sec. Rice tells Rep. Wexler she did not have intelligence that cast doubt on her claims of Iraq having WMD.
5 Apr 2008
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