I beat my wife with less force than my neighbor, so I'm all good.
Breaking confidentiality isn't treason. "Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort."
What if the spies have names like Google, Microsoft, AOL, Facebook, and Apple?
Impeaching everyone ain't such a bad idea.
It was a crime to expose said crime.
No, that's called authoritarianism, not anarchy.
The more egregious the crime, the greater the efforts made to hide the crime. If it's Top Secret, you know it's pretty bad.
But it's probably better for KYAnonymous to make a ruckus before sentencing
for example, "And Yet It Moves"
You mention both the caste system and the test system, but I thought the whole point of the standardized test system was to get away from the caste system to something more meritocratic. Perhaps the British did a little bit of good to India in this regard. I know it's possible for a dalit to become a professor, provided ze scores well on tests. So at least in academia, the test system is having some positive effect.
if you really believe that, you are worse at probability than those people who buy the tickets.
brightness in photons
It's also against the rules to assassinate enemy leaders outside war
Well that's not surprising. The "rules" were written by a cabal of leaders.
Simple. Put the ICBMs on a ship or sub 5500km away.
Of course, it could be useful for a future job, depending on what that may be. You'll never miss that skill that you don't have, because you'll naturally move yourself into what you are capable of. You won't need much math for front end stuff, user interfaces, accessing a database, code monkey stuff. Actually, you don't need much CS either. But if you want to get into physics simulations, signal processing, graphics/audio processing, finance, video games, writing a database,