Good for Microsoft! Why should they be paying any more of the money the earned (and not even in the US) to those that decidedly did not earn it than they absolutely have to?
Apparently he's learned his lesson, given that Spacex is building it's new spaceport in Texas.
You tell me - which do think is going to employ more people and contribute more to an economy? Corporate offices, or factories and space ports?
If Musk is as smart as I think he is, he's not gonna touch California with a ten foot pole no matter what they dangle in front of his nose. Don't feed the parasites! Just let the bloodsuckers collapse under the weight of their own stupidity. He'd be doing the rest of the country one huge favor.
And why is the biggest pool of welfare recipients actually whites, not blacks?
You're simply playing semantic games. IQ has a very high correlation with life outcomes. If you don't want to define intelligence as the capacity to successfully manage one's life, that's fine, but they're certainly measuring a helluva lot more than just the capacity to take IQ tests.
"Highly skilled" does not necessarily mean "highly in demand". Given that there are highly skilled Americans that can't find work, yes I will argue they're bad for America.
A philosophy grounded in parasitism tends to bring out the sleazy in it's adherents? Who'd ever believe it!
...that Bill Gates says we desperately need .
Mostly products that were directly attributable to capitalism and technology. What did liberal democracy have to do with any of that? Did somebody vote the steam engine into existence?
I'm all for anything that puts Bruce Springsteen out of a job.
Everyone knows that all bureaucrats are fired and new ones hired whenever the administration changes.
Not really. Take it from a professional bureaucrat.
Why is it that every magazine with "business" in the title always turns out to be to the left of Stalin?
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Or, in other words: Your eyes aren't fooling you, and those sociology and cultural-anthropology professors you had in college were full of it. Human races exist.
Wade has been gently broaching this subject for a long time, regularly reporting new genetic findings on the pages of the Times and even including a chapter on race in his terrific 2006 book Before the Dawn. But in his new work, A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race and Human History, he dives in head-first. He covers everything, from the hard facts that establish the biological reality of race to highly speculative theories about how, exactly, racial groups might differ from each other genetically."
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