And now for the main segment: Mexico. Harding's Love Letters 1x11 -- Jul 20, 2014 -- Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Commonwealth Games, America's Prisons 1x12 -- Jul 27, 2014 -- Nuclear Weapons and the United States 1x13 -- Aug 03, 2014 -- Argentine Debt Restructuring, Native Advertising 1x14 -- Aug 10, 2014 -- Payday Loans, Russia's Ban on Food Imports 1x15 -- Aug 17, 2014 -- Police Militarization in Ferguson, Gender Pay Gap 1x16 -- Sep 07, 2014 -- Student Loan Debt, Russian Space Geckos 1x17 -- Sep 14, 2014 -- Scottish Independence, Ray Rice, Corporations' Misuse of Twitter 1x18 -- Sep 21, 2014 -- The U. On a more comical note, some tourist ads regarding Norway visitors has some interestingly presented safety advice. With his insightful wit and fearless candor, comedian John Oliver, formerly of the The Daily Show 1996 , reviews the crazy current affairs happening in America and around the world. I used to love this show, but I'm watching less and less frequently. More specifically, Mexican elections are coming up.
As someone who doesn't get to follow a lot of world news, his coverage on everything that's going on really brings me up to speed without having to watch hours of news. Definitely going to watch out for how the election goes, now that I know more about it. On an unrelated note, John tries out a totally-not-jizzed-in beverage that seems refreshingly viscous. Enrique Pena Nieto will thankfully not be running again due to term limits. . The penis and Santa bits were so unnecessary, straight out of the Family Guy playbook. In my honest opinion I think he is a good candidate that can change Mexico.
Already, around 120 have been killed just this campaign season alone due to cartel action. Trade Embargo with Cuba, Miss America Pageant 1x19 -- Sep 28, 2014 -- Drone Strikes, Ayn Rand, Kansas State Budget Shortfall 1x20 -- Oct 05, 2014 -- 2022 Winter Olympics, Civil Forfeiture 1x21 -- Oct 19, 2014 -- Military Translators, Supreme Court 1x22 -- Oct 26, 2014 -- Sugar in Food, Dr. His coalition associates, however, make it seem like his vague overall policy plan seems to be calculated to play as many sides as will listen. It seems that not only is the plan itself in dire straits due to. In doing so, he can get to the heart of the matter of the world's most serious and absurd problems with plenty of laughs along the way. Jane Goodall, Doug Ford 1x23 -- Nov 02, 2014 -- U. The most likely front runner, populist Amlo Andrés Manuel López Obrador is trying his luck for the third time.
Actually, almost all of them will be coming up next Sunday, making it one of the nation's largest elections with a huge potential for policy shift in just as many directions. The hot topic this time is the uncertain future of the policy enforcing separation of families at the border and those affected by it. Anaya, another choice, is just seemingly boring, failing to bring any personal flair front and center. The actor, ecstatic, obviously answers yes without even thinking about the role. First on the docket: El Bronco, bringing back eye-for-an-eye style punishment ideas, as well as making sure you know he fucking hates Santa.
A few weeks later, he's dressed as a giant confetti shooting dick being jerked off by Bobby Moynihan as Santa Claus, while his mother and best friends watch. In doing so, he provides a wry perspective that punctures pomposity and cuts through all pretensions with comically outrageous audacity. This seems like a rough patch for this wonderful country, and I will hold hope for their insurmountable perseverance. Firstly, he has served as head of government for the federal district Mexico City and under his leadership the city experienced massive economic growth. His anti-corruption promises to fight cartels and government abuse, along with his spirit of fighting for the people, is beginning to show its garnered momentum. However, the permissive corruption throughout his administration provides important context to the frustration the Mexican people feel, and may inspire their choices. I thought he took too long to mention the murders of politicians, but then he could probably have spent an entire episode talking about it, though his focus for this segment was the election and not the rampant violence inflicted by the cartels and corrupt officials.
This may also be the deadliest election for Mexican politicians. So let's take a look at the contenders, eh? Such a shame, I love John Oliver, but whoever is pushing the middle school jokes is ruining the show. . . .
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