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Information Connecticut
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Dannel Patrick Malloy /ˈdænəl məˈlɔɪ/ (born July 21, 1955) is an American politician who is the 88th and current Governor of Connecticut. A member of the Democratic Party, Malloy has served as governor since 2011. He is currently the chair of the Democratic Governors Association.

Born in Stamford, Connecticut, Malloy is a graduate of Boston College Law School. Malloy began his career as an assistant district attorney in New York in 1980 before moving back to Stamford and entering private practice. He served on the Stamford board of finance from 1984 to 1994 before being elected Mayor of Stamford. He served four terms as mayor from December 1995 to December 2009.

Malloy ran unsuccessfully for governor in 2006, losing the Democratic primary to John DeStefano, Jr., the Mayor of New Haven, who was defeated in the general election by incumbent Republican Governor Jodi Rell. He ran again in 2010 and comfortably won the primary, defeating Ned Lamont, the 2006 U.S. Senate nominee, by 57% to 43%. Rell did not run for re-election and Malloy faced former United States Ambassador to Ireland Thomas C. Foley in the general election, defeating him by fewer than 6,500 votes. Malloy was sworn in on January 5, 2011. He was re-elected in a rematch with Foley in 2014, increasing his margin of victory to over 28,000 votes. As of 2016, he has a 24% job approval rating, making him the second most disliked governor in the United States. On April 13, 2017, Malloy announced he would not seek reelection in 2018.

Dannel Patrick Malloy was born and raised in Stamford, Connecticut, the seventh of seven sons and youngest of the eight children of Agnes Veronica (née Egan), a nurse, and William Francis Malloy. He is of Irish descent and was raised in the Catholic faith.

As a child, Malloy suffered from learning disabilities and difficulties with motor coordination. He did not learn to tie his shoes until the fifth grade. Malloy eventually was diagnosed with dyslexia and learned the skills necessary to succeed academically. He does not write or type, and rarely reads from notes in public, but developed an extraordinarily useful memory. He graduated magna cum laude from Boston College, where he met his wife Cathy, and later earned his law degree from Boston College Law School.

After passing the bar exam, Malloy served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Brooklyn borough of New York City from 1980 to 1984. During his tenure as a prosecutor, Malloy tried 23 felony cases, four of them homicides, and won 22 convictions. He was subsequently a partner in the Stamford law firm of Abate and Fox from 1984-95. He served on the Stamford Board of Finance from 1983 to 1994.

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Information Colorado
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John Wright Hickenlooper Jr. (/ˈhɪkənˌluːpər/; born February 7, 1952) is an American politician, businessman and the 42nd and current Governor of Colorado, in office since 2011. He is a member of the Democratic Party.

Born in Narberth, Pennsylvania, Hickenlooper is a graduate of Wesleyan University. After his career as a geologist, Hickenlooper entered a career in business and cofounded the Wynkoop Brewing Company in Denver. Hickenlooper was elected the 43rd mayor of Denver in 2003, serving two terms, until 2011.

After incumbent governor Bill Ritter announced that he would not seek reelection, Hickenlooper announced his intentions to run for the Democratic nomination, in January 2010. He won in an uncontested primary and faced Constitution Party candidate, former representative Tom Tancredo, and Republican businessman Dan Maes in the general election, which he won with 51% of the vote. He was re-elected to a second term in 2014, defeating Republican former U.S. representative Bob Beauprez by 49% to 46%.

Hickenlooper was born in Narberth, Pennsylvania, a middle class area of the suburban Main Line of Philadelphia. He is the son of Anne (née Morris) and John Wright Hickenlooper. His paternal great-grandfather was Union general Andrew Hickenlooper. Hickenlooper was raised by his mother from a young age after his father's death. He graduated from the Haverford School for boys in 1970, going on to attend Wesleyan University, where he received a B.A. in English, in 1974 and a master's degree in geology, in 1980.

Hickenlooper worked as a geologist in Colorado for Buckhorn Petroleum, in the early 1980s. With the decline of the local oil industry, Hickenlooper was laid off. Instead of moving away, he decided to start the Wynkoop Brewing Company brewpub in 1988. Wynkoop and a few other businesses contributed to the redevelopment of the LoDo area following the arrival of major league baseball to the neighborhood. Previously, the area was known to be dangerous; Hickenlooper is quoted as saying, "I must've had rocks in my head [when I chose that location]." When it first opened, the rent for Wynkoop's real estate was $1 per square foot per year.

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Edmund Gerald Brown Jr. (born April 7, 1938) is an American politician and lawyer serving as the 39th Governor of California since 2011. A member of the Democratic Party, Brown was previously elected as the state's 34th Governor from 1975 to 1983; he is the longest-serving Governor in California history. Prior to and following his first governorship, Brown served in numerous state, local, and party positions. During and following his first governorship, Brown thrice ran as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States.

As the only son of Edmund G. "Pat" Brown Sr., the 32nd Governor of California (1959–67), Jerry Brown began his political career as a member of the Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees (1969–71), before serving as Secretary of State of California (1971–75). Elected governor in 1974 at age 36, Brown was the youngest California Governor in 111 years (1863).

Brown ran for his party's nomination in the 1976 presidential election, finishing second in the popular vote, and a distant third in the convention vote, which was won by then-Governor of Georgia Jimmy Carter, who was then elected President of the United States that year. Brown was re-elected governor in 1978, and ran against fellow Democrat and incumbent President Jimmy Carter in the 1980 primaries. While challengers to incumbent presidents seldom gain traction, the challenge by Senator Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts did, leaving Brown without any significant support.

Brown declined to run for a third term in 1982, and chose instead to run for the United States Senate in 1982. However, Brown was defeated by Republican Pete Wilson, and many considered his political career to be over. After traveling abroad, Brown returned to California and served as Chairman of the California Democratic Party (1989-1991), choosing to resign to run for the Senate again in 1992. Changing his mind, Brown ran for the Democratic nomination for president in 1992, once again finishing second in the popular vote, carrying six states and coming second in the convention, though substantially behind Governor Bill Clinton of Arkansas.

After six years out of politics, Brown returned to public life, serving as Mayor of Oakland (1999-2007), and then Attorney General of California (2007-2011).

Brown decided to run for another term as governor in 2010, and was able to do so due to a grandfather clause in a term-limit law passed in 1990 for California state office. The law limited a governor to two terms; however, the four living governors when the law was passed (which consisted of himself, Brown's father Pat, his predecessor Ronald Reagan, and his successor George Deukmejian, who was in office when the law was enacted) remained eligible. Brown defeated Meg Whitman in 2010 to become the 39th California Governor in 2011; on October 7, 2013, he became the longest-serving governor in California history, surpassing Earl Warren. Brown was re-elected in 2014, with sixty percent of the vote. As a consequence of the 28-year gap between his second and third terms, Brown has been both the sixth-youngest California Governor, and the oldest California Governor in history.

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Video Federal Reserve System (neither Federal or has any reserves)
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Bill Still describes his views on how to Fix The Economy. It involves taking powers away from the the Federal Reserve (neither Federal or has any reserves) and eventually eliminating this private bank masquerading as a Government Agency.

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Information Arkansas
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William Asa Hutchinson II /ˈeɪsə/ (born December 3, 1950) is an American businessman, attorney, and politician who has been the 46th Governor of Arkansas since 2015. Previously he was U.S. Attorney for the Fort Smith-based Western District of Arkansas, U.S. Congressman from the Third District of Arkansas, Administrator of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the first Undersecretary for Border & Transportation Security at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. In 2006, Hutchinson was the Republican candidate for governor of Arkansas and lost to Democrat Mike Beebe, the outgoing state attorney general. In 2014, Hutchinson was again the Republican nominee for governor, this time winning the election over Democrat Mike Ross to become Governor of Arkansas.

Hutchinson was born in Bentonville, Arkansas, U.S., the son of Coral Virginia (Mount) Hutchinson (1912–1998) and John Malcolm Hutchinson, Sr. (1907–1991). He earned his bachelor's degree from Bob Jones University in South Carolina in 1972, and received his J.D. from the University of Arkansas School of Law in 1975. He practiced law in Fort Smith for 21 years and handled more than 100 jury trials.

In 1982, Hutchinson was appointed by President Ronald Reagan as U.S. Attorney for the United States Western District of Arkansas. At the age of thirty-one, Hutchinson was the youngest U.S. Attorney in the nation. He made national headlines after successfully prosecuting The Covenant, The Sword, and The Arm of the Lord (CSA), a white supremacist organization founded by polygamist James Ellison. The CSA forced a three-day armed stand-off with local, state and federal law enforcement. As U.S. Attorney, Hutchinson put on a flak jacket and personally negotiated a peaceful conclusion to the stand-off.

During his tenure as U.S. Attorney, Hutchinson was described as aggressive in his efforts to prosecute criminals. Hutchinson would later be appointed to run the DEA.

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Question Arizona
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Douglas Anthony Ducey /ˈduːsi/ (born April 9, 1964) is an American businessman and politician who is the 23rd and current governor of Arizona. A member of the Republican Party, he was sworn in as governor on January 5, 2015. He was the state's treasurer from 2011 to 2015.

Before entering politics, Ducey was the CEO of Cold Stone Creamery. He and his business partner sold the company in 2007. On November 4, 2014, Ducey was elected governor of Arizona, succeeding Jan Brewer.

Born in Toledo, Ohio, Ducey moved in 1982 to Tempe, Arizona, where he attended Arizona State University. In addition to his involvement with Cold Stone Creamery, he worked at a local Anheuser-Busch distributor during his time in college, and at Procter & Gamble after graduating with a degree in finance.

Doug Ducey was born Douglas Anthony Roscoe Jr. in Toledo, Ohio, where he was raised. He is the son of Madeline Scott and Douglas Roscoe, Sr., a former member of the Toledo Police Department.

His parents divorced, and, in 1975, his mother married businessman Michael Ducey, to whom she remained married until 1981. Michael Ducey adopted Douglas and his siblings in 1976, and Douglas's last name was legally changed to his adoptive father's.

Ducey graduated from St. John's Jesuit High School in 1982 and moved to Arizona to attended Arizona State University while working at Hensley & Co., the Anheuser-Busch distributor owned by the family of Cindy McCain. He graduated in 1986 with a Bachelor of Science degree in finance.

During his 2014 campaign for governor, press accounts revealed that some of Ducey's relatives in Toledo, the Scotts, anglicized their name from Scotti and were involved in organized crime in Ohio. Ducey's great-grandfather, Dominic Scott, immigrated from Naples in 1905 and settled in Ohio. These press accounts contained no indication that Ducey was ever affiliated with these family members or involved with any of their activities.

After graduating from ASU, Ducey joined Procter & Gamble and began a career in sales and marketing. While there, he was trained in management, preparing him for his role as partner and CEO of Cold Stone Creamery. When he and his business partner sold the company in 2007, Cold Stone had grown from a local scoop shop to more than 1,400 locations in all 50 states and 10 countries. After the company's sale to Kahala, accusations of franchise mismanagement led Ducey to leave the organization. He became the lead investor and served as chairman of the board for iMemories from 2008 to 2012.

Ducey is a trustee of the Arizona State University Foundation, serves on the boards of the Banner Health Foundation and the St. John's Jesuit High School Council, and is a member of the Phoenix Thunderbirds and the United Way Alexis de Tocqueville Society.

Ducey has served as president of both the Arizona chapter of Young Entrepreneurs' Organization and the Greater Phoenix Economic Club. He is a former Regional Board Member of Teach for America, and former advisory board member of the Pat Tillman Foundation. Ducey has been a board member of the Arizona State Charter School Board, Thunderbird Charities, the Phoenix Zoo and the Arizona chapter of the Young Presidents Organization. He is a past member of Greater Phoenix Leadership, CEO Forum and the Enterprise Network, as well as a past co-chair for the Sojourner Center Capital Campaign. He is a former scholarship board member for the Catholic Community Foundation for the Diocese of Phoenix and serves on its board of directors.

Ducey's honors include the 2002 Spirit of Enterprise Award on behalf of Cold Stone Creamery by the Center for the Advancement of Small Business at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, and induction into the W.P. Carey School of Business Hall of Fame in 2004. In 2006 he was awarded the MUFSO Golden Chain Award, the nation’s highest honor for restaurateurs. Also in 2006 he was named an entrepreneurial fellow for the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona.

In 2007, Ducey was honored with the AFP Spirit of Philanthropy Award, and in 2009 he was named father of the year by the Father’s Day Council benefiting the American Diabetes Association. In 2012 he received the Tom and Madena Stewart lifetime compassion award from Make-A-Wish Arizona for creating the World’s Largest Ice Cream Social while serving as CEO of Cold Stone.

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Information Alaska
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William Martin Walker (born April 16, 1951) is an American attorney and politician who is the 11th and current Governor of Alaska. He is the second native-born governor of Alaska after William A. Egan (1959–1966 and 1970–1974).

Walker who was born in Fairbanks to Frances (Park) and businessman Ed Walker; he was raised in Delta Junction and Valdez, Alaska. He obtained a law degree and served as mayor, city councilor, and city attorney for Valdez, and as general counsel for the Alaska Gasline Port Authority. Walker ran for Governor of Alaska in the Republican Party primary election in 2010, losing to incumbent Sean Parnell.

Walker ran as an Independent in the 2014 election, merging his campaign with that of Democratic nominee Byron Mallott, who became Walker's running mate. Both candidates' prior respective running mates withdrew from the race and the Walker/Mallott ticket defeated Parnell and his running mate, former Anchorage mayor Daniel A. Sullivan.

Walker was born in Fairbanks, Alaska and raised in the small, rural, interior city of Delta Junction and the port of Valdez on Prince William Sound. He was the fourth child of Alaskan pioneers Frances (Park) and Ed Walker. During World War II, Ed was an Alaskan Scout with Castner's Cutthroats in the Aleutian Islands and Frances worked on the Alaska-Canadian Highway. During the 1964 Alaska earthquake which severely damaged Valdez, the family lost most of their personal and business possessions. At the age of 12, Walker became a janitor to help his family. Walker worked in his family's construction business as a carpenter, laborer, and teamster on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, which helped him pay for his education.

Walker graduated from Valdez High School in 1969, received his B.S. in Business Management from Lewis & Clark College in 1973, and his J.D. from the University of Puget Sound School of Law (now Seattle University School of Law) in 1983. He and his wife owned a law firm that focused on municipal and oil and gas law. In 1977–1979 he served in the Valdez city council, as city attorney for Valdez, and as general counsel for the Alaska Gasoline Port Authority. He later was elected as mayor of Valdez, Alaska from 1979 through 1980, becoming Valdez's youngest mayor at 27.

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Information Alabama
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Kay Ellen Ivey (born October 15, 1944) is an American politician serving as the 54th and current Governor of Alabama since 2017. A member of the Republican Party, she previously was the 38th Alabama State Treasurer from 2003 to 2011 and 30th Lieutenant Governor of Alabama from 2011 to 2017. Ivey became Alabama's second female Governor and first female Republican Governor upon the resignation of her predecessor, Robert J. Bentley. She is running for election to a full term in the 2018 gubernatorial election.

Ivey was born in Camden, Alabama on October 15, 1944 as the only child to Boadman Nettles Ivey (1913–1997) and Barbara Ivey (1915–1998). Her father was an army major in World War II, who later worked with the Gees Bend community as part of a federal program, the Farmers Home Administration.

Growing up in Camden, Alabama, Ivey worked on her father’s farm. She later graduated from Auburn University where she was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta, becoming president of her first year pledge class, and served in the Student Government Association all four years. In 1967, she moved to California following a marriage and became a high school teacher for several years. Following the end of her marriage, Ivey returned to Alabama and landed a position with Merchants National Bank where she launched a school relations program to promote financial literacy.

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Video "Who is Peter Joseph?" Interview by Charles Robinson
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"Who is Peter Joseph?"
Interview by Charles Robinson
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A message from the filmmaker. In late 2009 I was able to interview Peter Joseph, the creator of "Zeitgeist, The Movie" and "Zeitgeist- Addendum"; Founder of The Zeitgeist Movement, in his home. He described himself and his life in details in what is likely a rare interview. He was kind enough to provide me with previously unreleased media and video and I in turn did my best to create a documentary (albeit kinda poor in quality compared to his work!) that would help express who this person is.

Note: I made this film as a public service. There is no reason to ask me for permission to do anything with this work. Anyone is free to download- copy- distribute- upload in most any fashion. Just don't sell, of course. There is no DVD sales here so don't ask. I will be adding more forms of download soon ( torrents/avis/movs, etc) as well.

Thanks -Charles

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  2018.01.16.Z - My Crow Vid for Zach Hubbard, Congrats on Patriots over Eagles for SB
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My Crow Vid for Zach Hubbard,
Congrats on Patriots over Eagles for SB 52,
I'm taking a BREAK
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Published on Jan 14, 2018

You win some, you lose some, when you've been right before, being too overconfident can be your Achilles Heel. It still was disgraceful to put out a video telling me to quit YouTube, but all credit is due when it's been earned, and that is calling SB 52, Eagles over Patriots. I'm taking time off, but will be back decoding the NBA Finals, UEFA Champions League and World Cup.


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I'm taking a BREAK = 47 (Septenary) ~ WTF?!


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