Jeff Yalden: 2006 Mascenic Regional High School Graduation

A truely funny speech delivered by Jeff Yalden to the Mascenic Regional High School class of 2006. And he got the attention of the graduates by speaking their language. This speech is that good, I watched it two times in a row.

Sorry for the messed video, but I couldn’t find a better recording of this speech.

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Leading To War

The website leadingtowar.com offers the film "Leading to war" for free. You can either download or watch it online with subtitles in 19 different languages.

It is not a single speech but a collection of short excerpts from speeches by the Bush administration that chronicles the arguments and the path to war against Iraq.

 

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James Duane: In Praise of the 5th Amendment Right to Not Be a Witness Against Yourself

This speech is also a practical advice for everyone (at least in the United States). Law professor and former criminal defense attorney James Duane explains why you should never talk to the police.

The second part of this video is police officer George Bruch about interview techniques he uses.

Found at hackaday.com

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Barack Obama: Speech on Father’s Day

I collected a lot of speeches in the last weeks. And there’s one speaker I can’t (and won’t) ignore. This is Barack Obama’s recent speech on Father’s Day.

Filmed at the Apostolic Church of God in Chicago, IL on June 15, 2008

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Steve Jobs: 2005 Stanford Commencement Address

Steve Jobs, CEO and co-founder of Apple Inc. and Pixar Animatioon Studios, gave a speech in 2005 at the 114th Commencement of the Stanford University. It’s an inspiring speech from a man who has seen success, setbacks, and faced death. Definitely one of my favorites…

You can find a full transcript of this speech at the Stanford News Service. Another source of the transcript was provided by Pera Lozac.

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