It's not just google. Age-ism in Silicon Valley is institutionalized.
Because FIFA paid the LOSERS in men's soccer more than they paid the winners in women's soccer.
Just because the Federal government is denied the power over where you poop, it doesn't deny your state or local government that power.
Not, it's not easy. De-authorizing usually involves guns and a whole lot of people dying.
Since it's a discussion about a presidential candidate suggesting she will regulate uber, the Federal Constitution is what matters. So basically HRC is saying she wants to violate the Constitution.
Only if it's interstate commerce.
The tax on every gallon of fuel I purchase is supposed to pay for the roads. Somehow the majority of that money gets funneled to other things and the roads still have pot holes. Since the tax money isn't being spent for its intended purpose, why pay the tax?
The cities that have overly strict medallion systems also have a history of corruption. Coincidence? I think not.
Most libertarians aren't actually followers of Ayn Rand. She was a shitty writer and her books only used bits and pieces of libertarianism, usually incorrectly.
Milk is price controlled by the Federal government. It should actually be cheaper.
A star trek economy only works when you have "anything on demand" (replicators). Money becomes obsolete when there is no need to buy anything. Automation and no money would put all the power into very few hands. Basically, communism take to an unimaginable extreme. That isn't a good thing.
I should add that a judge can extend the length someone can be held without charge and they almost always do. All together, you can be held in isolation for up to 23 days without being charged.
There's also a history of the police coercing confessions. They can also keep people locked up for quite a while (10 days) with no contact with family and without charges.
We're currently evaluating Ansible. I expect us to make the switch permanently as part of our move to docker containers. Currently, our puppet manifests are unwieldy and a biatch to maintain.
And for some reason, they don't like to tell you the salary up front. I made it a practice to refuse to follow up if I don't know the potential salary. I made the policy after wasting my time in interviews only to discover the companies were run by tight-wads who were offering far below the industry standard (which explained why they were hiring).