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- Legal to shoot a black teen in FL, but illegal to shoot a dog?
- Nancy Altman, Social Security Works. Ryan budget impact on Social Security/Medicare.
- Trey Kovacs, Competitive Enterprise Institute. Nader Proposes $10 Minimum Wage - wouldn't this help the economy?
- The American Dream in only made possible by "Big Government"
- Bumper Music:
- I'm Not Over, Carolina Liar.
- 21 Guns, Green Day.
- The Doctor, The Doobie Brothers.
- Round and Round, 3 Doors Down.
- Talkin' Bout A Revolution, Tracy Chapman.
- Lookaround, Red Hot Chili Peppers.
- Doctor, my eyes!, Jackson Browne (video).
- Grand Canyon, Dmitriy Lukyanov (you need to search for it) (with additional sounds by Jacob).
- Democracy, Leonard Cohen.
- Clip: Theodore Roosevelt. "Social and Industrial Justice", Oyster Bay, New York, c. August, 1912. Recorded on wax cylinder by Thomas Edison.
"We stand for a living wage. Wages are subnormal if they fail to provide a living for those who devote their time and energy to industrial occupations. The monetary equivalent of a living wage varies according to local conditions, but must include enough to secure the elements of a normal standard of living--a standard high enough to make morality possible, to provide for education and recreation, to care for immature members of the family, to maintain the family during periods of sickness, and to permit a reasonable saving for old age.
Hours are excessive if they fail to afford the worker sufficient time to recuperate and return to his work thoroughly refreshed. We hold that the night labor of women and children is abnormal and should be prohibited; we hold that the employment of women over forty-eight hours per week is abnormal and should be prohibited. We hold that the seven-day working week is abnormal, and we hold that one day of rest in seven should be provided by law."
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