Unemployment: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)


John Oliver details the many obstacles that impede access to unemployment benefits - often by design - and why the entire system needs to be rethought.
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  • Jammin07
    Jammin074 timer siden

    I never trusted that red puppet

  • JP
    JP5 timer siden

    People who get hungry will find a way to eat... But turning towards crime and robbing ignorant people like Laura.

  • Peter Berry
    Peter Berry9 timer siden

    The fact that you're not eligible if you're fired or quit is insane.

  • amanda Marie
    amanda Marie20 timer siden

    Please dont support a charity that supports eugenics. Listen to Autistic people, we do not want this, you are hurting our community!

  • Arturo Perez Acosta
    Arturo Perez Acosta20 timer siden

    As a mexican let me say this: Do you guys have unemployment benefits??? :(

  • Paul Mezhir
    Paul MezhirDag siden

    "Sentient plantation wedding" ROFLMAO!!

  • cloudbear
    cloudbearDag siden

    There is no such thing as conservatism. Call them what they are: feudalists.

  • RoachDoggJR
    RoachDoggJRDag siden

    You'll find a way to eat, huh? You'll just... find something. God I hate republicans

  • T Lindsay
    T LindsayDag siden

    The amount of respect I have lost for your work after finding out you’re associated with the next for autism event is astronomical. If you can’t do the one google search it takes to listen to autistic voices on this matter, then I dont trust you to properly research your stories. Nothing about us, without us!

  • Scott Harris
    Scott HarrisDag siden

    What exactly is "weapons grade cocaine"? Sounds highly exciting...

  • Korra Kyehjong
    Korra KyehjongDag siden

    Okay. What is the problem with Macklemore?

  • David Hand
    David HandDag siden

    The drug testing requirement is even stupider when you add the cost of doing those tests. You don't catch _nearly_ enough abusers to cover the costs of the tests alone. So it's cheaper in the net to just pay out to a few abusers. This is the case to some degree for _any_ restrictive measure; every measure has an actual balance. Republicans only talk about one column, Democrats only talk about the other column, so objective appraisals of where the net falls are few and far between. It's been studied for drug testing specifically, and the answer is "don't do drug testing". If anyone can expand on this with other measures, I would love to hear it.

  • Richard Whitehouse
    Richard WhitehouseDag siden

    ive only just now noticed the 2 pairs of glasses in the banner. I feel like an idiot. please someone tell me something to cheer me up?

  • Hattie Lankford
    Hattie LankfordDag siden

    In this world, we feed our kids and hide our hunger.

  • Mimi 78
    Mimi 78Dag siden

    "You'll find a way to eat." Just ask the survivors from the Donner party.

  • Si Walton
    Si Walton2 dager siden

    Who do we go to for HELP ! I've talked to my state rep., I've talked to my governor, STILL NO UNEMPLOYMENT PAYMENT !!

  • Peter Hooper
    Peter Hooper2 dager siden

    I don't think anything in the US is working anymore, John. I admire your tilting against the windmills, but I'm gloomy about anything actually being done to fix all the things that are broken.

  • Happy Fox
    Happy Fox2 dager siden

    this is why you make example references as John and Jane Doe because there is the "just in case" your John Johnson reference blemishes someone's name and it can be serious accusations, social security is something that everyone defends from the very rich to those that absolutely needs it.

  • nmon1
    nmon12 dager siden

    I know this is a low bar, but I think Kentuk's gov deserves some sort of crefit. Cause he stood there, took responsibility, did not obfuscate the facts and apologized. Now, I know telling the truth upfront like this is a low bar to set, except for the fact it's not! Cause the bar is set by what people do, not by what people think other people should do. Most everyone will say you should be honest and they are honest. But, that is a lie right there. And the fact is that this is rare in life, little less politics. All I'm saying is that I'm all in on shitting on those who stand up and lie to use. But that means that I, and so should you be all in on acknowledging when people stand up and speak the truth and take responsibility. We can still shit on his fuck up. But a man/woman should not be judged by their mistakes, rather how they react to those mistakes is what is important. And yes, I stand by my statment cause I alreadty know someone is going to challenge me. But before you do, let me interject my reaply to what I know you're gonna challenge; I said don't judge by peoples mistakes, judge their actions. A mistake is a keyword, meaning if someone is doing an action over and over, thats no longer a mistake. rather its a choice and therefore their actions need to be judge cause its not a mistake. murder, robbing people, domestic abuse. those are not a fucking mistake. So common sense rule applies here. The governor made a mistake. he thought a person lied and said some shit, therefore. but he actually believed it was a lie. so, that is a mistake and therefore we should judge his reactions which was to take responsibility and apologize on national TV. I stick by my statement.

  • FunLeague
    FunLeague2 dager siden

    If this pissed you off, wait till you hear about Social Security !

  • Jonjo Senna
    Jonjo Senna3 dager siden

    You could stop world hunger, if you stopped the rich hoarding money?!

  • Identity Loss
    Identity Loss3 dager siden

    is USA really a super power or just a slavish conscience less society who have deep rooted apathy towards everything around them? no wonder they (a certain race) are far behind in the human evolution chain. comeon joes catchup with the rest of humanity, evolve soon.

  • Aussie Drones
    Aussie Drones3 dager siden

    Didn't know elmo was black

  • Maria J
    Maria J3 dager siden

    Hunger (i.e. lack of vitamins) makes it hard to succeed physically, mentally, and then emotionally.

  • Shropshirelass
    Shropshirelass4 dager siden

    Says the millionaire Cambridge educated, middle class man.

  • nubinc anon
    nubinc anon4 dager siden

    maybe we should stop paying people who petition for degrading the lives of unemployed people....... make them work for free and deny them social support programs

  • Cody McCollum
    Cody McCollum4 dager siden

    I believe greed is the root of all sin and evil, and this just screams greed. Penny pinching at its finest, scrooge would be proud

  • Kevin Bissinger
    Kevin Bissinger4 dager siden

    "If people get a check they're less likely to work" so can we get rid of inheritance?

  • Mark Carey
    Mark Carey4 dager siden

    Yeah If I'm hungry enough I'll find a way....by robbing your house and taking all your shit

  • Ragabash Moon
    Ragabash Moon4 dager siden

    Sad thing is, there is a reason Twitter has a "Nazi problem" and that is they haven't yet found a way for a computer algorithm to tell the difference between Nazi tweets and many Republican tweets, so they have to have actual humans make that determination, which of course will have that individual's bias... Facebook is even worse for pretty much the same reason and more. You can get a suspension for calling someone a silly goose, or for referring to comedian Trae Crowder by his chosen nickname (I am not kidding, I got a 3 day FB suspension for sharing a Trae Crowder video because it was deemed "hate speech" due to his nickname and yes it has me so paranoid I don't even want to type his nickname here.)

  • Allen Bowers
    Allen Bowers4 dager siden

    The oppression in this country is real.... My family being low income is suffering from a great deal of oppression from the system in place that governs our people.... Laws are made against the poor to keep families of color oppressed and in some cases like ours it flows over to all of the poor not only those of color. As a family we feel the pain our country is suffering through as so much of our case relates. We are currently guilty until proven innocent. Being denied justice or safety because we aren't rich enough to afford a lawyer... By the way modest means... a program to help people retain a lawyer (and in this case we didnt even start any of the court proceedings) Can only lower the retainer to $1,500. (There is even a case we overheard the lawyer and judge discuss by name where a person suffering from mental illness has to defend herself in family court.) We have been battling against the loss of our children for the last 2 years.(they pulled a trump and spread misinformation and made a decade of false reports all unfounded and even brainwashed coached manipulated and mentally destroyed our children.) Recently we received a letter of recommendation from the therapist that states : To Whom it may concern, My name is ******** ********; I am a licensed marriage and family therapist at douglas CARES. I began working with the ***** and ******I family July 9th, 2020 for individual and family therapy due to diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder in many family members. During my time working with the family, they have made immense progress, they are beginning to stabilize however, visits with the kid’s grandparents cause behaviors and anxieties tend to escalate prior to and immediately following contact with their grandparents. There have been several behavioral concerns and stressors prior to and following visits with the children’s grandparents. The girls had been placed in relative foster care, with their maternal grandparents. This placement did not encourage a relationship with their mother and the girls were then moved into nonrelative care. While living with their grandparents the relationship between the girls and Douglas CARES has gone though many challenges. The grandparents would continuously get involved in their treatment and berate them into telling them about their sessions. The grandparents strongly discouraged any positive conversations regarding mom. For example, **** has reported that if she was to behave poorly in visits with her mother or Douglas CARES staff, she would be rewarded with bubble gum ice cream. When **** was ask how long this behavior had been going on with her grandparents, she reported “my whole life.” During **** and ****’s time in care, they have had an estranged relationship with their mother and stepfather; both have been working on reestablishing this relationship in therapy. Both girls are wishing to spend more time with their mother and stepfather at this point. Since the girls have been asking to visit and go back to live with their mother, they have been feeling as if their grandparents are treating them differently. **** has stated that she feels as if her grandparents are mad at her due to wishing to return home. When in sessions with Douglas CARES staff, if they attempted to identify strengths of their mothers or past positive memories, the girls would become agitated and not speak to therapist working with the girls the following visit. Due to these concerns, it is my recommendation that any visits between the **** and ****** family is conducted at the child welfare building. Weekly visits with the girl’s grandparents had become detrimental to the progress the girls are making in treatment. Visits with grandparents should be limited to once a month, supervised at DHS. Since starting visits with their grandparents, **** has begun to act out, including harming her sister, being defiant and having (bathroom) accidents both at night and during the day. I am concerned that these visits are causing a relapse of post trauma anxiety for the family. Thank you very much for your consideration in this matter. And the judge knowing all of this and more still is trying to force us to place our child in the care of people who have done so much to our children already. We as parents are absolutely mortified at the way everything has transposed. We have much more information please contact us by email: allenbowers802@gmail.com

  • Truth N
    Truth N5 dager siden

    Is it my eyes or does his head look much bigger than the body in this video??

  • Pearly
    Pearly5 dager siden

    "2-trend twists and protecting those edges..."! Me: ...ohhh john Johnny where you've been hanging out? Lol

  • TRDPaul
    TRDPaul5 dager siden

    It hurts when you say "mom" with a British accent

  • Shane Wilson
    Shane Wilson5 dager siden

    Look into Ohio's unemployment process

  • Jorge Mario Arreola
    Jorge Mario Arreola5 dager siden

    Please do a California episode!!!!

  • Tzisorey Tigerwuf
    Tzisorey Tigerwuf5 dager siden

    We live in a world where someone will take a TV so old they can't even sell it, put it on the curb as trash - and will pour water into the electronics "just in case" someone could've made use of it without paying. That. That's why the unemployment system is fucked.

  • Runaway Train
    Runaway Train5 dager siden

    Wait ... "Weapons-grade Cocaine"? In my hood we call that Meth my boi

  • KK91
    KK915 dager siden

    Eat the rich. Only the strong protest will lead to change, or else nothing will change.

  • Truckin Convoy
    Truckin Convoy5 dager siden

    John Oliver saying Mom, not Mum: traitor!!

  • PrincessAriel
    PrincessAriel6 dager siden

    Not to take the conversations away from these subjects, just we're dealing with a SA crisis right now. I want to help, I think this is helping.. I can't believe I haven't seen anyone else speak on the Dobrik cases like this. They watched it happened. joked about it. Made money off of it, and had over 5 million people a wall- or a door crack away from watching it too... I feel weak, sick to my stomache....

  • eddyk
    eddyk6 dager siden

    When there's no work, and unemployment benefits are impossible to get... people do find a way to eat. Crime.

  • Latitude Dude
    Latitude Dude6 dager siden

    Figuring how to eat and have a home, medical care, clothing etc is a full time job with overtime, morons

  • cheng hung
    cheng hung6 dager siden

    I think the pandemic has taught people a big lesson, having one stream of income is not really a good idea cause your job doesn't secure your financial needs. The pandemic has really set out business-minded people from the rest that is why I'm so lucky to be among the investors trading with Mrs. Patricia Westbrook as her student it's been success and happiness since the beginning of my trades

  • Danny Caracciolo

    Danny Caracciolo

    5 dager siden

    *press X to doubt* Is this some kind of pyramid scheme?

  • Snow Getpaid

    Snow Getpaid

    6 dager siden

    Starting early is the best way of getting ahead to build wealth, investing remains a priority. The stock market has plenty of opportunities to earn a decent payouts, with the right skills and proper understanding of how the market works

  • John Micheal

    John Micheal

    6 dager siden

    When I first heard about Bitcoin, I thought it was impossible. How can you have a purely digital currency? Can’t I just copy your hard drive and have your bitcoins? I didn’t understand how that could be done, and then I looked into it and it was brilliant.”

  • Laurence Greay

    Laurence Greay

    6 dager siden

    Speaking of Bitcoin trading, it's the best business in the world right now. I know a couple of friends who make a whole lot of money trading the financial market

  • Hurley Moore

    Hurley Moore

    6 dager siden

    yeah thats true,You can only appreciate a person who tries to teach everyone how to invest and make profit on multiple ways.

  • Russell williams
    Russell williams6 dager siden

    Andrew yang we need you and your UBI !

  • Jarthen Greenmeadow
    Jarthen Greenmeadow6 dager siden

    Look I've been poor and starving before. I dropped 35 pounds in 3 months because I was eating one meal a day. The idea that you are gonna find more food is retarded. Man I was taking the elevator to save calories.

  • Jarthen Greenmeadow

    Jarthen Greenmeadow

    6 dager siden

    How long have these people ever gone without eating? Have they ever missed a day or two? How about three or a whole work week? House is empty and you dont get paid till Friday so you drink water and grit your teeth. The weekend comes and you can barely stand but you cook some tacos and cry while you eat. You cry because you know it wont last, because food has never tasted so good but more than anything you cry because some people out there didnt get to eat today.

  • Jarthen Greenmeadow

    Jarthen Greenmeadow

    6 dager siden

    This gets me fucked up because people dont know that pain. Eating your meal for the day and then going to bed while your stomach is full because its impossible to sleep with the hunger pains. Drinking water or milk for a meal. Eating out with people you have to force yourself to eat slow because you're so ravenous. You all finish eating and you cant help but wanna finish the scraps on other peoples plates and you hate yourself for that but your know tomorrow the hunger will come back so you swallow your pride and ask anyway. People who dont know really cant understand. This shit hurts on a lot of levels.

  • Tamara Wynne
    Tamara Wynne6 dager siden

    I'm in Australia and on our version of unemployment (Jobseeker) and have to apply to 15 jobs per month in order to get $40 a day, but hey, at least our system is centralised.

  • NMEdrone
    NMEdrone7 dager siden

    13:25 cringe

  • Benjamin Gal-Or
    Benjamin Gal-Or7 dager siden

    UNDER INT'L LAW the sole body to mandate WHO as UN-CZAR in our common global war against current viruses is only UN SECURITY COUNCIL JOB. So do it. A. HIGHLY INFECTED-COUNTRIES IN NEED OF URGENT UN-CZAR HELP? Life Expectancy Ranking vs. WHO-JHU C/VAR Deaths Rates, e.g. [75] MXC 9.18 [146] SDN 6.85 [109] SYR 6.81 [54] CN 5.13 [51] EQD 4.98 [117] BLV 4.41 [77] BLGR 3.96 [86] GTM 3.45 [57] PRU 3.33 [89] ELS 3.09 B. MEDIUM INFECTED-COUNTRIES IN NEED OF URGENT UN-CZAR HELP? Life Expectancy Ranking vs. WHO-JHU C/VAR Deaths Rates, e.g [66] BRZ 2.62 [25 ] GRM 2.62 [23] BLG 2.54 [103] RUS 2.12 [35] U.S. 1.80 [118] PHL 1.73 [3] SWS 1.69 [11] SWD 1.59 C. LOWEST INFECTED IN LOW NEED OF UN-CZAR HELP? Life Expectancy Ranking vs. WHO-JHU C/VAR Deaths Rates, e.g [4] SNG 0.05 [114] BUTN 0.11 [126] MNGL 0.16 [33] MLDV 0.26 [49] TLND 0.29 [41] UAE 0.32 [95] SYCL 0.55 [43] CURC 0.60 [28] CYP 0.63 [112] USBK 0.74 [9] ISR 0.75 [54] BORA 0.76 D. CONCLUSIONS 1) ONLY UN MANDATED CZAR CAN LEGALLY STOP GLOBAL VIRUS-VARIANTS SPREAD. 2) 5-Months Corona History-Trends-Spread in 114 countries available by clicking name and search. Copyrights Benjamin Gal-Or, David Galor

  • Stephanie Daye
    Stephanie Daye7 dager siden

    To Laura Ingraham “roadblocks put in place by Republicans creates hunger” and then that leads to starvation, Ms. Ingraham. In Canada the Employment Insurance system is uniform and robust across all provinces. AND we have fast tracking programmes that ensure individuals can retrain quickly in order to get back to work. American policy is to create hunger and then not give so much as a chicken wing to gnaw on.

  • Stephanie Daye
    Stephanie Daye7 dager siden

    😆 I see you, John Olly!

  • BigCarKilla
    BigCarKilla7 dager siden

    Oh yeah? You want to know how this pans out? Australia is already going through aaaaaaaaaall of these bad changes you mentioned. Now up to 15 jobs a month we MUST apply for.

  • ausieemu
    ausieemu7 dager siden

    This shit is exactly what's been going on in Australia, expect bordering on worse. Our payments nation-wide are ~$270 a week. Look up the currency conversion. Then consider that our cost of living is higher. We have to search for 20 jobs a month. They're now implementing a program where you have to do useless "skills training" as well. For extra fun, look up what happened with "robodebt". And now with the Indue cashless card. It's super fucked. Our government seems to want to humiliate and starve poor people.

  • Clint Stewart

    Clint Stewart

    6 dager siden

    @ausieemu Man thats fuked that up ...more and more the world is becoming for the elites

  • ausieemu


    6 dager siden

    @Clint Stewart We still use cash, the government is planning on rolling out a cashless card for people on unemployment though, so they have no control over their money :(

  • Clint Stewart

    Clint Stewart

    7 dager siden

    jesus never imagina Australia being like that, its a no cash nation now ?

  • Spateri
    Spateri7 dager siden

    "Arbeit Mach Frei"...US has a long way to go.

  • Randy Schwing
    Randy Schwing7 dager siden

    It very much was Elmo's fault

  • Thanatos
    Thanatos7 dager siden

    Burn and Eat the Rich

  • Mark g
    Mark g7 dager siden

    Have you done a TV show on how hard it us to find work? It is impossible to meet the standards for employment

  • Robert Taylor
    Robert Taylor7 dager siden

    Canada is a federal system. The idea is to keep skilled workers available in their field. It depends on if we have a liberal or conservative govt, and it has been eroded over the last 30 years or so.

  • Mark g
    Mark g7 dager siden

    Forget about unemployment benefits the thing is people are not allowed to work and you can be fired for looking at someone the wrong way.

  • Mark g
    Mark g7 dager siden

    People fund unemployment benefits also through the payment of unemployment insurance

  • Akin Okusami
    Akin Okusami7 dager siden

    I'm still flabbergasted that things like this go on in America, the so-called "city upon a shiny hill". All that tax revenue that could've helped hardworking people who have lost their jobs through no fault of their own is in the pockets of billionaires offshore or their Manhattan penthouse apartment portfolios. And Florida wonders why the world thinks it's a backwater dump! The likes of DeSantis love to rile against big business when it suits them, but they have effectively sold the souls of Floridian workers to appease the very big business, big pharma & "elites" they claim to hate. Yet Massachuets is a far more prosperous and business friendly environment as its workers are undoubtedly more skilled because it's a more attractive place to work, due to its better pay, and at least the workers are better looked after. But woe, Floridians & Kentuckians will still vote for these fools who publicly show them zero respect.

  • Jayson Cowan
    Jayson Cowan8 dager siden

    or the old saying people can't protest if they are hungry.

  • Ellen
    Ellen8 dager siden


  • Tomatofaced Disgrace
    Tomatofaced Disgrace8 dager siden

    Slenderman understudy Sen Rick Scott! 😂😂😂

  • tiermacgirl
    tiermacgirl8 dager siden

    Poor lil elmo leave him alone

  • Valdagast
    Valdagast8 dager siden

    If we drug test the unemployed, we should test Congressmen as well. We don't need to support that lifestyle with government money.

  • Riley Stevenson
    Riley Stevenson8 dager siden

    I applied for unemployment exactly a year ago and my unemployment office just ghosted me for months, and then sent me an email months later assuming I had just sorted it out. Never received unemployment.

  • Mark Howe
    Mark Howe8 dager siden

    This show has gone from light hearted joking about news stories to John screaming into the camera

  • Patrick Ivan
    Patrick Ivan8 dager siden

    Pfh. John Oliver with his privilege. Weapons grade cocaine indeed! Meanwhile the cogs like us are stuck with crushed cold meds cut with baby powder.

  • Patrick Ivan

    Patrick Ivan

    8 dager siden

    Ps, don't mistake baby powder with shoe deodorizer. Just trust me on that.

  • Jane Cat
    Jane Cat8 dager siden

    I would like to thank John Oliver for making me appreciate the fact that I don't live in the US.

  • T C
    T C8 dager siden

    "we are actively looking choosing not to do it, which is a fucking disgrace" I don't think that bit got aired.

  • Cee
    Cee8 dager siden

    Another episode of "why Australia, as badly as it's run, is far better than the US"

  • E942
    E9428 dager siden

    "We succeeded in preventing people who need help to get help!" - "WHERE IS THE APPLAUSE?!?!?!?!?!"

  • Cake Cinema
    Cake Cinema8 dager siden

    This entire video is just "the rich don't care about the poor and want every excuse to not give them enough resources to survive. Is anyone surprised? No? Yeah me neither..."

  • So'kiel
    So'kiel8 dager siden

    I wish there was 400% recuperation for mistakes the government officials and police do.

  • Rachel C D Matthews
    Rachel C D Matthews8 dager siden

    Tell you what, that Laura Ingram would have LOVED old Maggie Thatcher. Fairly certain she said something similar...

  • Steevee Keys
    Steevee Keys8 dager siden

    When you're unemployed life basically stops, you can't pay for a date, can't buy a house, your fiance dumps you, can't buy a car. I once heard an economist say that it's serves a purpose in the economy... preventing the economy from "overheating". I got hit with unemployment back in the mid-80s oil crisis depression in Texas. My heart goes out to people that are unemployed. It's not easy but I survived it and you can too.

  • C. Rose
    C. Rose8 dager siden

    What did she say about Mickey Mouse??????????

  • ZerreZ
    ZerreZ9 dager siden

    is it just me or its sickening learning how the Floridian administration went out of its way to make sure people couldn't get the help they needed. it's downright sadistic. it wasn't there to reduce fraud, the level of restriction they had was well beyond that level. that was the government that actively sought to harm its own citizens. how shameful. and then to brag about those numbers. that's a psychopath for you.

  • kgalalelo Mafora
    kgalalelo Mafora9 dager siden

    and thats how the hunger games started

  • vacuumunit
    vacuumunit9 dager siden

    Now you are old

  • Argumemnon
    Argumemnon9 dager siden

    I wonder if conservatives really think that making people's lives shitty is a great way to give people the drive to succeed, or if they're just soft-lobbying for the rich who don't want to pay more taxes.

  • Akira M
    Akira M9 dager siden

    I thought it was the heat and humidity keeping me out of Florida but this video just added loads of other reasons to stay out.

  • Anna Lieff-Saxby
    Anna Lieff-Saxby9 dager siden

    The system hasn't "badly broken down", Mr Oliver. It has been deliberately dismantled by successive Republican governments.

  • Rowan Girdler
    Rowan Girdler9 dager siden

    We have similar issues in Australia. Our unemployment benefits are below the poverty line, and the system is deliberately broken and neglected. A little while back the government falsely accused a whole bunch of people of benefits fraud, hounding multiple people to suicide. Benefits were raised during the pandemic, but they've since dropped back down to an insulting, insignificantly higher amount than they were originally. But that's what you get when conservatives are in power: war on poor people.

  • Samantha Estera Herrera
    Samantha Estera Herrera9 dager siden

    This goes a long way to prove the theory that alternative source of income is direly needed in this economy of ours.I have set aside $200,000 solely for the purpose of investing in stocks and cryptocurrency. With that being said, I just need directives.

  • Mohammed Aryan

    Mohammed Aryan

    9 dager siden

    @Mian Khalid Of course, Just search for her with her full name.

  • Mian Khalid

    Mian Khalid

    9 dager siden

    @Mohammed Aryan Can she be reached on LinkedIn?

  • Mohammed Aryan

    Mohammed Aryan

    9 dager siden

    @Larry Scott I cant say much but I employed the services of KARINA WILHELM.

  • Larry Scott

    Larry Scott

    9 dager siden

    @Mohammed Aryan Wow this is quite the goal, I am a father in my Sixties and looking at retirement, I need to tap in to investments in stocks and crypto, I need a reliable financial advisor to facilitate this process.

  • Mohammed Aryan

    Mohammed Aryan

    9 dager siden

    @Mian Khalid entirely correct, I tripled an initial capital of 300k in a period of 8 months but I did this by retaining the services of a financial advisor to handle my portfolio

  • pickledegg1989
    pickledegg19899 dager siden

    08:32 - Laura Ingraham sounds like a propagandist in Ceausescu-era Romania: "Starving? Work harder!"

  • h4nz man
    h4nz man9 dager siden

    What i dont understand, why the people dont grab the damn pitchforks and walk up to their politician homes. I mean they do some trickery doo and harassing their citizen, so they could do the same. I would be so angered if affected... This dog shite politicians wouldnt be able to sleep well again. What a disgrace... Should serve but himiliate...

  • Amanda G
    Amanda G9 dager siden

    Try claiming unemployment (called Universal Credit) in the UK, where you receive around £73 a week and often have to spend up to 35 hours a week job searching, or you risk being sanctioned and having your money stopped.

  • Aaron Hahn
    Aaron Hahn9 dager siden

    Never laughed ONCE... This just made me MAD! Anyone else feel the same?

  • Ian Hernandez
    Ian Hernandez9 dager siden

    The waiting ambulance classically bleach because oyster disconcertingly box but a steep roadway. fallacious, spotless machine

  • Al Paras
    Al Paras9 dager siden

    The thing I like about the first amendment is that you saying what you like gives me the right to say that I don't like you much. Isn't America Great?

  • daniel job
    daniel job9 dager siden

    Laura Ingram's future in politics: founder of The Donner Party! P.S: in Australia, unemployment actually went down after lockdown as cleaning companies had to hire extra staff to fulfill orders regarding public venues. Have fun in your self- made hell, dumba$$es!

  • Rori Clare
    Rori Clare9 dager siden

    He's another 'in Australia' comment (my apologies in advance): We have three systems of welfare payments (that I know of, there may be more) for the unemployed. And, yeah, this does make things more complicated and Centrelink is a fucking nightmare to deal with but it also means that you can tailor eligibility requirements more finely. 1: There's AusStudy (which isn't actually called AusStudy anymore but I'm not a student anymore so I haven't bothered to remember what it is called now) which is for students in Tertiary education and there are a lot of restrictions on this one. For one, as a friend of mine found out a couple years ago, it doesn't cover you if you're in TAFE or an apprenticeship, only university. Secondly, if you live in the same city as your parents and they earn over a certain salary a year, your benefits will be so low it's not worth fighting Centrelink for them. That's regardless of the relationship you have with your parents. One of my sister's friends broke contact with her parents because they kept trying to push her into church, but hey she still lives in the same city so they'll be supporting her financially, right? Also, the actual benefits payments are really low so you'll probably also need at least part-time work. 2: We do have a blanket Unemployment Benefit but I know very little about it. I would guess that it's supposed to cover anyone missed by other schemes but whether or not it does this and does it effectively, I have no idea. Probably not, as a guess. 3: There's also JobSeeker (which I think has also changed names now?) and I think this is the one that Florida and Friends emulating. It requires you to be registered with an employment office and to apply for a certain number of jobs a month and, in return, your benefit payments will be higher than they would be under the blanket Unemployment Benefit or AusStudy -- ALSO, you can actually work and still receive JobSeeker provided your salary from the job remains under a certain threshold and you report that income in your claims which helps with under-employment (a huge problem both here and in the US). The problem with the Florida-approach is that when you don't have the blanket Unemployment Benefit there are a fuckton of people who will not qualify for JobSeeker (for all the reasons John Oliver mentioned) and they're probably the ones who need the most assistance. Finally, I will just mention (as another black-mark against us), one of the few things I know about the blanket benefits system is that it is so shitty that a lot of people (my brother, my cousin as examples) are on JobSeeker and applying for jobs they are wildly unqualified for so they won't become employed in order to have an income that is (mostly) livable. I think the system itself is great and avoids the Conservative complaint of Benefits being a disincentive (and, yeah, that's not ideal but compromising and avoiding complaints is how legislation gets passed. I'd rather a Welfare law that panders to bigots than a Welfare bill that doesn't but never gets passed). I also think the roll-out, implementation, and oversight are absolutely fucking appalling and it makes me so mad that once again admin is not being given the funding it needs to function and is then blamed for the failure. It's like... y'all remember the LWT Infrastructure piece when John says that you don't get to cut a ribbon for routine maintenance? People like shiny new big ideas (for infrastructure, for social welfare) but they don't care so much how to actually make them happen or how to maintain them once they're in place. (Rant over. Sorry for the long comment)

  • liftshaulscooks
    liftshaulscooks9 dager siden

    I wonder what Laura would do if she were hungry?

  • Spicy Pancake
    Spicy Pancake9 dager siden

    Laura Ingraham needs to get off cable news and go back to whatever Little Miss Hitler pageant she crawled out of.

  • Adrienne Mestman
    Adrienne Mestman9 dager siden

    The cloudy cricket strangely amuse because sundial intermittently replace absent a nebulous athlete. certain, shut tooth

  • Um Bongo
    Um Bongo9 dager siden

    We just shouldn't be talking about this in 2021. We shouldn't be the richest country in the world still talking about homeless, starving, desperate people. We shouldn't be blowing millions on bombs when we can't look after our own. If we're so desperate to export our democracy, hadn't we better make sure it works?

  • Andrew Welsh
    Andrew Welsh10 dager siden

    As an English man, I’ve only just got to watch this and I laughed too much.....

  • seiryu84
    seiryu8410 dager siden

    TL;DR - Elmo is fucking over the US unemployment system.