I disagree somewhat, it's not a waste of time and money to back people like Trump and Sanders. They won't win the election, but by backing them you can affect the policies of the other candidates.
That wouldn't fix this. It wasn't a matter of him cancelling orders that someone picked up on, it was him placing orders that gave the appearance of a greater market than actually existed, causing the price to move in a certain direction, then cancelling orders before they got picked up.
The final inspection yes, the in process QC not so much.
To make it worse, larger companies will create smaller subsidiaries to bet on deals. That way if it fails the subsidiary won't be big enough to be able to complete the contract without an increase in the budget, forcing the government to pay them more.
It is also reinforced by things like California's Top Two Primaries Act. In this, only the two candidates with the most votes in the primaries will appear on the ballot for the general election.
There's also the possibility of a Democrat beating her in the primaries. However, that is also unlikely as anyone running against her would earn enmity from the party for adding division in a seat they have pretty much locked up.
It also includes people who were born in places that have since become part of the US. Otherwise no one would have been eligible to be the first president.
IMO the most important change to air travel following the September 11th attacks happened before the attacks were over. Passengers realized that a hijacking could end with their deaths and the deaths of others. Now any hijackers will have to deal with all the passengers of the plane rather than just one or two people.
Which is the requirement in the US and has become the requirement in many other areas in the wake of this incident.
Or the government could order the pilots back to work and start fining them for all their assets if they didn't.
An uptick in emergency admissions doesn't mean more children need care, it means more are getting care.
Democrats are equally vulnerable to beliefs not supported by science, it just isn't pointed out as often on liberal sites and media.
The "top 1%" is referring to people who are millionaires. In the US this is roughly 1% of the population.
Or they think that they don't want to be the one to kill him.
Delphi is huge as a company, but it doesn't have much consumer presence compared to Google and the car manufacturers. Also, being based in the UK it isn't as well known in the US.