It does not. Of course the Sherman act isn't a law, so you can't violate it as such. It's what and when the government should look at trust issues.
...what do you think the 'Act' in Sherman Act refers to?
If he'd really thought that he wouldn't have run off to hide in an embassy - he'd have waited for any indictment then played it out in court THEN gone to an embassy if things looked bad.
This is almost exactly what happened, but thanks for your uninformed reckon.
It matters not whether you follow Christian beliefs or not during your time on this earth, but when you shed your mortal coil and find yourself in the Pit you will wail in disbelief
AKA: "I don't care about people, but I'm forced to be ethical because otherwise I'll be in the pit." That's an inspiring ethical approach you've got there.
It's not about not having a nice office. Making people unhappy and unproductive is stupid.
My issue is that it's designed for the ego of the person in the main chair at the cost of practicality. You can't, for instance, see what people are doing behind you or easily go to their desk. Nor can you look your workers in the eye without leaving the chair, and it's a massive screen in a data gathering operation that is the opposite of something that needs quick command decisions. If it was on a warship I'd think it was poorly placed for crew communication. Since it's in an admin office it's a remarkably classless piece of manhood compensation for the boss that actually makes the office work less well.
I'd be embarrassed to be the person who had commissioned that, and not because I believe in hair shirts for public officials.
But Star Trek, come on. He doesn't even have photon torpedoes. How lame is that?
Wrong meeting room. You want DARPA down the hall for the boom boom.
Let the NSA geek feel like he's Captain Picard. You know you would too if given the chance.
I can say with complete assurance that I wouldn't be spending other people's money on such an embarrassingly obvious teenage power fantasy. It belittles the man rather than imbuing him with authority.
"my posts are always polite, no swearing, no threats, no personal attacks" "most people are brainwashed cretins who can't think for themselves" "for the cretins who can't think, words on a computer screen are too much for them to bear, so they have to BAN people for making them think."
One of these things is not like the others, one of these things just doesn't belong...
In his final days Ernst Röhm made a speech seriously underlining the 'socialist' aspect of it within the movement. And if you ever read in detail, it becomes impossible to extract socialism from its involvement. Wether it was nationalisation, class war, the power of state over individual, - the party was born from the German workers party, the list is long.
In his final days [before being assassinated on Hitler's orders for reasons of political disagreement during the Night of the Long Knives] Ernst Röhm made a speech seriously underlining the 'socialist' aspect of it within the movement. Put like that it sounds less like the party was left wing, no matter what the Northern branches wished.
"a party like the national socialists" = left wing
It's an expansive definition of left wing that includes Hitler.
"Summit meetings tend to be like panda matings. The expectations are always high, and the results usually disappointing." -- Robert Orben