Take a real scandal (NSA) and link it to a fake one (IRS). If you are stupid enough to make your organization's name sound like it's that of a political party, you can expect extra scrutiny. The reason I know there was no real suppression is that Crossroads GPS got its tax-exempt status and then spent millions on the election, "educating" voters to vote for Mitt Romney. Where was the outrage from Stockman when President W. Bush was firing US Attorney's who prosecuted Republican politicians?
Technically, I said he was a traitor, but your point is taken.
Here's where Snowden crossed the line from whistle blower to traitor. When he allegedly revealed that we had tapped German Chancellor Angela Merkel's phone. This was a legitimate piece of spycraft that he revealed to our enemies and allies. Now you may say, should we be spying on Germany? Well, you'd be naive if you believed the German's weren't spying on us in some fashion.
I'm not convinced the NSA is collecting more information about me than Google is, or whoever puts the ads for stuff I look at in Amazon on other web pages.
Well, if you're a child, you probably shouldn't take aspirin for a fever.
You mean weighs as much as 1 sheet of A2 paper...
He should get a speeding ticket from every state he drove through.
And don't forget bank thermometers
Shaggy Man's body is indestrucible.
...for weather. I'm going to punch the next person who tells me that it's super hot at 45 degrees out in the face.
I bought a refurbished Wii from GameStop, still had the previous owner's saved games, Netflix account (which works by the way), credits on the Nintendo store. They made no effort to clean the system whatsoever.
I wage war against the government by voting.
The $1 bill is useful for everyday transactions, the $100 bill is useful for gamblers in Las Vegas and drug dealers. While I have no problem with the former, making it more difficult for drug dealers to do business seems like a good policy. Also, it would be two fewer bills that we would have to worry about people counterfeiting.
I'm pretty sure you mean 1:30 PDT, not 1:30 PST.
Copyright should be 5 years, penalties for violating copyright should be large enough to discourage willful copyright violations (i.e criminal, not civil). After 5 years, copyright is gone, want more money? do more work!