In which Craig Benzine teaches you about federalism, or the idea that in the United States, power is divided between the national government and the 50 state governments. Craig will teach you about how federalism has evolved over the history of the US, and what powers are given to the federal government, and what stuff the states control on their own. And he punches an eagle, which may not surprise you at all.
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And keeping government small is not just what the founders intended. They were incredibly smart to know that big government can't work. It becomes too corrupt. Too bureaucratic. I'm for small government because I'm for our rights, our freedoms. And as we see today, the power of government has been shifted to the hands of the "elites" our politicians vote in favor of the $ not in the best interest of the people. At least government on the local level we can actually combat because these are our neighbors, but power centralized in DC is really just a bunch of lobbyists and lawyers who don't know you and look at you as a benefit or detriment to the cause.
I'm simply here to fine tune my understanding of government, and after watching this I'm a firm believer in duel federalism over cooperative federalism. Part of why things are so messed up here in this country is due to the cooperative federalism adopted by FDR. Because it opened the door to the states being bought off by the federal government. It opened the door to corruption.
i love this guy. some crash course teachers can be a little annoying or unfunny or just off-putting for some reason, but he is so funny. he seems easy to get along with and reminds me of john and hank, which is a good thing.
It's pretty clear to me that when a particular State Government oversteps the bounds of the Preamble, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights, THAT is when the Federal government can and must step in to keep the State Governments in line with the overriding idea of a Perfect Union. Maybe I am idealistic, but the federal government is MEANT to be a check on State discrimination that takes away from The (virtuous) People and their (virtuous) desire for Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. The Golden Rule is the basis for a civil and virtuous society. Those that break this simple, self-reflecting rule should receive punishment for it. That is how we know what is accepted in a virtuous society, and what is rejected.
this guy did everything he could to distract you from learning that federalism is the ultimate form of big government. PBS is government funded so there obviously not going to bash federalism but to paint it in a bright big picture with flowers. in reality, its a sad dark picture with bureaucrats who are not elected creating laws and regulations to tell you what to do. colleges won't tell you that either cause they also love big government. Hence why everyone is a flaming liberal who comes out of college. and your crucified if your a Christian conservative. California is a great example of failed liberal policy. crazy massive debt. crazy massive unemployment. crazy massive homelessness. crazy massive taxes. the ultimate form of failed government who is failing the people. young Americans can't see that cause there taught that freedoms and liberty is evil and men need to be controlled. I would rather live in a world that's free and reckless than to live in a world that has a reckless government. once your freedom is gone, your never getting it back.
I LOVE all of CC videos. I mainly use the Anatomy ones, but i just started these because i need help with government class since i have very little knowledge.
ONE THING i want to say is, ya'll talk so fast, not even subtitles help. I find myself going back and reading again. Might as well talk slower even if it makes the video longer cause for people like me, it takes more than 10 minutes to understand everything.
No, dual citizenship is when you (for example) are born in the US but your parents are from somewhere else so you might get the citizenship in that place too. For most places when you turn 18 you have to choose one citizenship. But some places (like South Africa) you are allowed to keep both citizenships all your life
This video was listed as a resource for my Public Administration class. Has a lot of good information. However, he talked too fast and the jokes could have been left out. I couldn't watch the entire thing. Just wasn't for me. Sorry. I may need to lighten up, but....Back to reading chapter 3.
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