Full disclosure (because I know this needs said for some of you): no, I am not actually tripping. That was a joke.
The part where everyone finally realizes that the 'two parties' are actually one, with confluent goals, and get off their lazy, too-comfortable asses to do something about it.
Or maybe that's just the psilocybin talking...
I know you just want to dig at creationists, but keep in mind - since "scientific consensus" is considered an alternative to hard evidence, the problem is just as bad on the other end of the spectrum.
Worse, really - at least creationists don't pretend to have scientific backing when they're making shit up.
Casio G*Zone One. Doesn't even have a camera.
Verizon likes to pretend they don't stock them, but they do - corporate clients buy that model all the time for their delivery drivers.
I really dig the Elio, both as a consumer and a "car guy."
But a sub-10,000 dollar automobile that gets fantastic mileage, in America? I'm afraid that thing challenges too many well established estates to not meet a lot of opposition.
Um, the PC industry has been regulated since at least the 1950's, and the Internet was created via a socialist military experiment.
Did you forget the sarcasm tags?
Did they have minivans with screens in the 90's? I was still in Trans Am Mode back then.
Just depends on what industry we're discussing.
This. Say what you will of Democrats, at least they run on the policies they will implement.
Yea, that's why we have single-payer healthcare, no troops in the ME, and Bush's surveillance machine has been dismantled, right? All promises made by the current Democrat during his campaign.
Yes, because it's perfectly reasonable for a corporation that makes billion dollar mistakes to stay in business, isn't it?
Why can't they make their country better, rather than making ours worse by proxy?
You realize, of course, that FWD.us is a decidedly "leftist" organization?
I'll bet if you read your employment contract carefully, you'll discover that any intellectual property you create while on the clock automatically belongs to your employer. Some places claim ownership over your private projects done off the clock, although I fail to see how that would hold up in court.
So yea, the smart money is on not doing personal projects on company time.
Also, regardless of consent laws, public servants engaged in their public duties in a public place have no legal right to privacy under those circumstances.
Maybe because laws aren't the issue, police department policies (that we don't get to vote for) are. For example, the policy of refusing to hire people who score "too high" on aptitude tests, as evidenced by Jordan v New London. That's just the part of the iceburg we can see.