Third, it's a huge privacy hole, what with the NSA stealing peoples' data and all.
Bingo. Except that's not the third, but the first reason not to do cloud backups.
That's why I only back up really big files, like
(It's actually much more complex. The "old" GM went bankrupt, and sold all it's assets to a "new" GM, which is a different legal entity. It's shares in the "new" GM which the government purchased.)
There's this comical belief that Congress should have the ability to approve of War Powers, which the constitution clearly states are those powers reserved to the President.
Uh, have you actually read the Constitution?
Congress has the power to
"provide for the common Defence
... declare War, ... raise and support Armies, ... provide and maintain a Navy ... To make Rules for the ... Regulation of the land and naval Forces ... To provide for calling forth the Militia to ... suppress Insurrections and repel Invasions ... To provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining, the Militia, and for governing such Part of them as may be employed in the Service of the United States..."
The President gets to be Commander in Chief.
The enumerated powers are pretty lopsided against your claim.
Kudos to Yahoo! for finally figuring out how to compete.
This is a recurring issue - what makes law enforcement think they can break the law in order to enforce it (this, and simpler things like speeding while on patrol).
There were no 1963 Mustangs.
Like digging ditches on a road crew? At least programming pays well and is respectable.