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3rd Apr '16 2:34:56 PM 20person
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** Canada initially started with a stronger federal government after seeing how American federalism was a factor in the Civil War, but a series of well-argued court cases in the 19th and 20th centuries gradually transferred more powers to the provinces at the federal government's expense. *** Health care remains a sticking point, as although it's a provincial responsibility, most of the funding comes from the federal government due to its more extensive taxation powers, giving them a great deal of leverage for enforcing its conditions on the provinces. This naturally leads to frequent complaints of federal interference in provincial affairs.

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** Canada initially started with a stronger federal government after seeing how American federalism was a factor in the Civil War, but a series of well-argued court cases in the 19th and 20th centuries gradually transferred more powers to the provinces at the federal government's expense.

*** Health care remains a sticking point, as although it's a provincial responsibility, most of the funding comes from the federal government due to its more extensive taxation powers, giving them a great deal of leverage for enforcing its conditions on the provinces. This naturally leads to frequent complaints of federal interference in provincial affairs.
3rd Apr '16 2:31:56 PM 20person
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** Canada initially started with a stronger federal government after seeing how American federalism was a factor in the Civil War, but a series of well-argued court cases in the 19th and 20th centuries gradually transferred more powers to the provinces at the federal government's expense. *** Health care remains a sticking point, as although it's a provincial responsibility, most of the funding comes from the federal government due to its more extensive taxation powers, giving them a great deal of leverage for enforcing its conditions on the provinces. This naturally leads to frequent complaints of federal interference in provincial affairs.
31st Mar '16 7:27:23 PM DeepRed
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*Many of {{Belgium}}'s current issues stem from its French and Dutch/Flemish-speaking communities and public servants operating in silos, from the comical (the Fries Revolution and strip protests) to the tragic (security lapses with the 2016 Brussels bombings).
6th Mar '16 5:24:58 PM Scorntex
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* ''ComicBook/TheSimpsons:'' As in the show (see Western Animation), in disasters Chief Wiggum and Mayor Quimby will argue over who's in charge, starting with the first issue.
** When Krusty starts his own country, Krustopia, Springfield's police camp outside the compound and then proceed to do nothing. After a few weeks, federal agents show up, and point out how useless the police have been. They take over, cut the power... and then join the police in sitting around.
15th Feb '16 4:02:30 PM res20stupid
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* Inspector Zenigata has been on the trail of Arséne [[Anime/LupinIII]] for years in hopes of hauling the MasterThief to Japan to face justice which he believes he finally has succeeded in when Lupin is [[WesternAnimation/LupinIIITheItalianAdventure arrested in Italy]]... until he's told by the local authorities to buzz off. In this case, it's less due to a jurisdiction issue since Zenigata's an InterpolSpecialAgent but a political issue - Lupin has a death sentence in Japan and Italy refuses to extradite suspects to countries on charges if it's likely they'll be executed.

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* Inspector Zenigata has been on the trail of Arséne [[Anime/LupinIII]] Anime/LupinIII for years in hopes of hauling the MasterThief to Japan to face justice which he believes he finally has succeeded in when Lupin is [[WesternAnimation/LupinIIITheItalianAdventure arrested in Italy]]... until he's told by the local authorities to buzz off. In this case, it's less due to a jurisdiction issue since Zenigata's an InterpolSpecialAgent but a political issue - Lupin has a death sentence in Japan and Italy refuses to extradite suspects to countries on charges if it's likely they'll be executed.
15th Feb '16 12:11:03 PM res20stupid
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* Inspector Zenigata has been on the trail of Arséne [[Anime/LupinIII]] for years in hopes of hauling the MasterThief to Japan to face justice which he believes he finally has succeeded in when Lupin is [[WesternAnimation/LupinIIITheItalianAdventure arrested in Italy]]... until he's told by the local authorities to buzz off. In this case, it's less due to a jurisdiction issue since Zenigata's an InterpolSpecialAgent but a political issue - Lupin has a death sentence in Japan and Italy refuses to extradite suspects to countries on charges if it's likely they'll be executed.
7th Feb '16 8:07:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/TotalRecall2070'': The main characters, including Hume and Farve, work for the CPB (Citizens' Protection Bureau), a civilian agency that deals with general criminal investigations. Calley represents the Assessor's Office, another agency that has official oversight over the Consortium, the five most powerful {{Mega Corp}}s. At times the interests of the CPB and the Assessor's office would conflict and Calley would run his own investigation behind the detectives' backs.
5th Feb '16 9:52:16 AM Korval
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* Having two anti-virus softwares on your computer at once can cause a digital version of this. It's not too uncommon for them to label the other a virus, and attempt to delete each other.

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* Having two anti-virus softwares on your computer at once can cause a digital version of this. It's AV software tends to have to do things like read the contents of random files, monitor access to critical system files, and generally interpose itself between applications and the system. Which is something that a lot of ''viruses'' do. As such, it's not too uncommon for them to label the other a virus, and attempt to delete each other.
23rd Jan '16 1:20:57 PM nighttrainfm
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* In ''Film/TheAvengers'', the World Security Council berates ComicBook/NickFury for handing over Loki to [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] to "face Asgardian justice" instead of letting him be tried on Earth as a war criminal. Fury replies by saying that he didn't ''give'' Loki to Thor, he just didn't see fit to start an argument with a demi-god over the matter.

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* In ''Film/TheAvengers'', ''Film/TheAvengers2012'', the World Security Council berates ComicBook/NickFury for handing over Loki to [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] to "face Asgardian justice" instead of letting him be tried on Earth as a war criminal. Fury replies by saying that he didn't ''give'' Loki to Thor, he just didn't see fit to start an argument with a demi-god over the matter.
16th Jan '16 10:19:32 PM HeraldAlberich
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* Creator/MattStover's novelization of ''Franchise/StarWars -- Episode III: Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' describes an argument between Anakin Skywalker and the Jedi Council over who commands the Grand Army of the Republic after Palpatine is given oversight of the Jedi Council. When argument breaks out after Anakin clarifies that with his new powers, Palpatine is now Commander in Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, Yoda states "Pointless it is, to squabble over jurisdiction." ([[spoiler:Yoda couldn't have been more wrong -- Palpatine's gaining direct control over the clones was exactly what allowed him to order them to execute Order 66, the order that wiped out almost all of the Jedi.]])

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* Creator/MattStover's novelization of ''Franchise/StarWars -- Episode III: Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' ''Literature/RevengeOfTheSith'' describes an argument between Anakin Skywalker and the Jedi Council over who commands the Grand Army of the Republic after Palpatine is given oversight of the Jedi Council. When argument breaks out after Anakin clarifies that with his new powers, Palpatine is now Commander in Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, Yoda states "Pointless it is, to squabble over jurisdiction." ([[spoiler:Yoda couldn't have been be more wrong -- Palpatine's wrong--Palpatine's gaining direct control over the clones was is exactly what allowed allows him to order them to execute Order 66, the order that wiped wipes out almost all of the Jedi.]])
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