Who can afford better lobbyists, the ag industry or the dental?
Right on - you can hear what, seven octaves?
You can _see_ less than one, and there's lots of useful information outside that range. If some fundie complains that it's all lies because it has the word 'false' in it, ask them whether they believe infrared cameras show 'real' image. Same color-mapping principles.
Face it. We're a virus with shoes.
-- Saint Hicks
More evidence humans and chimps evolved from a common ancestor.
A lot of fat in those (North Americans and Northern Europeans) who don't starve to death.
Skim all they can until radio stations are suddenly very affordable as label-exclusive marketing arms
Successful Dutch men must, on average, be very tall and have executive style hair.
/ Dilbert referencee
Of course they won't. Caring about the peons doesn't maximize shareholder value.
I suppose you could strap a remote pilot into a seat that's rigged to do something painful/fatal if the plane crashes. My objection echoes one above - there's a lot a pilot can feel about how the craft is behaving that no set of sensors can replicate remotely.
If anyone knows hypocrisy, Fiorina qualifies.
I'm doing my best to cure Virgos.
As awesome as that sounds
Orange you glad Sunkist citrus products have stickers, then?
As it was closing an era in this part of North America in which unpopular political speech was greeted with torture, imprisonment and death, it was understood to apply to political speech being restricted by the politicians.
Of course, at the time. speech in general was a tad more civil - norms and mores more closely observed in public rather than flouted for attention-seeking effect.
The First Amendment says political speech may not be regulated, constrained or punished by the government.
Non-political speech may, hence regulation on commercial speech (advertising, OTA broadcasts, etc)