... it is littering in public places... why do people think it is acceptable to throw cigarette butts on the ground or pee all over public toilets?
My personal observation is that when it comes to littering a lot smokers are first in place and beer drinkers are a somewhat distant second.
The penalties for mishandling classified information can included being barred from holding public office.
Penalties are for you and I, well connected elites like Hillary don't get penalties for misbehavior.
Wouldn't the real answer be, instead of some temporary situation, just expediting the citizenship of well educated, valuable in the field, workers?
If the question was how to make life better for people in the US then of course that would be the answer. If you're a company looking for a workforce on demand that you have leverage over then that is not the answer. Remember that for all practical purposes we live in an oligarchy run for maximizing the oligarchs wealth, not run for the benefit of citizens. Citations:
the actual academic paper is here:
The actual paper if here:
It's indy media that says, "yet another cop shot an innocent fucking black man in the head," not establishment.
Is this the same media that kept showing a 12 year old was shot by George Zimmerman? I've noticed that any semblance of objective standards, accurate reporting, logic, and a single set of standards applied to all people involved are all out the door when the issue of "race" is involved.
...they worry it will reinforce doubts about the merits or safety of vaccines...
This attitude about let's not discuss any possible downside because it will give the anti-vax people ammunition is part of the problem. Often forgotten is that a certain percentage of people who get vaccines die. That's an extreme form of take one for the team. At least some of these deaths could probably be prevented but rather than examine that more seriously we get polarized into vaccines are always good with no room for an opposing view. Any opposing views must be the opposite end of the spectrum and must be 100% against vaccines. While vaccines have been outstanding public policy in general that doesn't mean that it couldn't be improved upon. As long as people die from vaccinations there is room for improvement. The fact that we don't seem to be looking into how to lower that number is a problem.
When you make your mark in the world, watch out for guys with erasers. -- The Wall Street Journal