Well, they have PaaS covered with Azure.
Anyone who believes things just because their chosen party proclaims them to be true is probably an idiot. Even politicians mostly just pretend to believe most of the crud they spew.
Their entire business is based on monitoring your internet usage and using that to learn about you so advertisers can make more money from you. Of course they're monitoring your Internet usage.
A much better question would be, what possible motive could they have for offering a "free" service that doesn't monitor you?
I still want the land the Saxons stole from my British ancestors. And let's not even mention the Romans and Vikings.
I don't know why you think I'm a repub. I'd terminate all corporate welfare instantly if it was up to me. And let the banks die when they screw up.
Vancouver's full of them, too. And the Gulf islands. And they're about as "liberal", as in loony-leftie, as it gets.
Delusion is thinking there's an infinite amount of other people's money available for your pet projects.
The problem is that things a lefty court might think are obligations are not necessarily things taxpayers can actually afford to do.
If history is any guide, righting the ship of state is incredibly unlikely. Dictatorship and some form of imperial rule are far more likely outcomes.
Obviously I meant in the modern world. I have no doubt hunter-gatherers killed off many species.
From the same dipshits that argue that any decrease in public spending will suddenly turn us into Somalia.
For example, if it's a random type of tree frog in the amazon because of logging, that's one thing. If it's something that will cause the massive collapse of society because I can't get a steak... That's another thing entirely.
Actually, the best way to make sure something doesn't go extinct is to make it taste good.
And we have water.
As long as health care costs rise faster than GDP growth, they will continue to displace all other government spending. Demographics alone in most western countries guarantee this will continue to happen for the next couple of decades at least.
Maybe we just can't afford to do everything that would be nice to do? Health care costs continue to rise exponentially. All other government spending will continue to decrease as a result