But if you were thinking that Obama was going to be blamed for the existence of a problem that has been around since 1945 you might have a distorted view of Fox News, and are confusing their opinion segments with the news segments.
They have news segments? Every time I've watched it's been a panel of pundits yacking... Praytell when do they actually report only news and not urinate all over it with their opinions?
...would be done to the U.S. economy by having the U.S. Federal Government migrate away from Microsoft to an open-source solution.
(And please, not a Microsoft shill or apologist here - I use OpenOffice at home and enjoy it and wish I could implement it at work. I don't like the economy of the United States hinging on continued government spending, either. But OTOH, you can't tell me that ditching Microsoft wouldn't have some pretty serious economic consequences and we're in the mess we're in.)
We can all be millionaires! (And spend several deciduous forests for one peanut.)
Thank you, Douglas Adams!
Seriously, why do a majority of people think each can live "the good life" and not have to do some kind of labor for a living?
How many times do they do it a week without all that official authorization stuff?
If they use them in criminal investigations the usage eventually becomes part of the public record when entered into evidence. Using them for search and rescue ought to be non-controversial enough. "National Security" is of course the grey area, though there's a fair amount of overlap between National Security and criminal prosecutions, for offenses like espionage or terrorism, so a lot of that use would eventually make it into the public record as well.
While used in the context of how an investigation begins, it really applies to any investigation step which would otherwise be fruit of the poisonous tree.
And some thought that using military troops on the border just for support activities of law enforcement was a good thing that would have no other repercussions. A better question would be: Who actually OPERATED the drones, 'cause I doubt the FBI has a special drone-operating unit. (13 uses in 8 years?) Yet.
I don't understand how this is "wiretapping" - no *wires* were being tapped, this was a recording of a face to face conversation.
Good. That means you can never dial me up, as I doubt your phone has a dial.
You cannot mail me, because the post on the side of the road isn't there.
And you must be jobless since you'll never be able to punch the clock.
Suggest you just sit there and wait till life gets easier.