Governments are extracting heaps of wealth from billionaires to fund political structures that consolidate government power; all under the pretense of benefiting the middle class.
Don't talk about facts right in front of my face!
How dare you?
If I wanted that I'd watch Fox News!
Obviously the solution to this bad legislation is to put everyone into the pool the bad legislation already dumps 47% of the people into.
That's right: Medicare.
That's telling 'em happy ol' boy...
How will they maintain these slim margins if they have to oversee vehicle trackers?
The problem for lawmakers is that the existing per-gallon gas tax has hit a point of diminishing returns
Because when you do exactly nothing to get 30-40 cents a gallon for someone elses product and distribution diminishing returns is really meaningful.
You can be sure they will keep their 100% profit tax per gallon and tax the consumer per mile.
So I guess that's okay then, that you are forcing me to do something I don't want to do? Because you think society is a socialist idea? So that makes it okay for you to rob farmers of their land and dilute the savings of millions of people who spend hard days working for years on end? All so you can take that money and give it to people to sit on their couches, watch cable, and deal drugs on the side. That's okay with you?
What planet the hell side of Mercury are you on?
Socialism has no claim on the word "society" any more than Impressionism has claim to Art. Your logical fallacy is both ignorant and offensive.
Now get off my lawn!
So that's sending $600 million dollars of jobs and infrastructure straight out of the US economy because
I thought IE 10 and after were sand-boxed? Or is it the nature of the buffer overrun that the injection gets CPU level access?
According to the advisory they only get current user-level access. How do they run a buffer overrun exploit that actual stays in the user-context and doesn't go all the way to the CPU?
I disagree. The article is merely spinning the results based on their own bias.
“We’ve definitely worried about that,” Shafir says. Science, though, is coalescing around the opposite explanation. “All the data shows it isn't about poor people, it’s about people who happen to be in poverty. All the data suggests it is not the person, it's the context they’re inhabiting.”
Shafir is making a non-statement here. "poor people" == "people who happen to be in poverty". This statement does not disprove that people's monetary reasoning is a factor.
Also, science does not coalesce, nor does data suggest; these ideas are derived by the people running the study.
I do not see where in the study people who were good with money were subjected to the demands of poverty had their IQ decrease: that would be more telling. Merely saying that people who are recently working with or comfortable with large amounts do better with on-the-spot questions about large amounts, than people who are not as familiar with those sums is not proof of an IQ drop due to "poverty load".