President of Iceland Ólafur Grímsson: The Will of the People Must Rule the Day

Well Iceland was, in the years that led up to the financial crisis, like every country in Europe and the United States, part of this policy transformation where the financial sector was deregulated, where the freedom of financial capital was increased, where there was a different form of regulations and structures that had prevailed before. […]

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Bernie Sanders on trade with China, health care and student debt

JUDY WOODRUFF: Independent Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont became a household name in 2016, when he ran a progressive campaign for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. But much of that primary race was a one-on-one contest. He is now vying for the Democratic nomination again, but, this time, he’s up against at least 20 other […]

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Understanding the National Debt and Budget Deficit

Good morning Hank, it’s Tuesday. So, one of the biggest issues in global politics these days is government debt and deficits, which is a particularly big deal in the United States because of the Presidential campaign and also because of the looming fiscal cliff. And Hank, as you’ll no doubt remember, I received a bronze […]

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New Third Party Reporting Requirements | Elections Canada

If you are a third party, you have new reporting requirements for the October 2019 general election. As before, every registered third party must submit a Third Party Electoral Campaign Return within four months after election day. But you might also have to submit interim reports as early as July 2019. This module outlines a […]

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