Mind you, he's wrong about that. If Hillary is elected, she can pardon herself quite legally, and there is ZERO chance of the Senate impeaching her.
The Senate doesn't impeach anyone. The House does. The Senate holds a trial to determine if the impeachment has merit and if it does it removes the offender from office.
It also paves the way for solar satellites to harvest solar power and send it to non-polluting power stations on Earth, which can provide far more energy than is available from fossil fuels or fusion, and far more safely than fission.
Uh, solar power is simply redirected fusion. That is, after all, how the sun works.
It continues to amaze me that people keep repeating this easily proven false talking point. The date/time something is stamped 'classified' is irrelevant!
The constitution has this little clause called ex post facto. Look it up.
99.99% of the time such data is only used in aggregate. There's just too much of it to act on it on a per individual basis. When it does get acted on that way, it's scary, and laws of what is and isn't allowed need to catch up to reality. Nothing you submit to Facebook is private - nothing. Operate under that assumption at all times.
I've been of the opinion for some time that the solution lies in with China in this manner.
Here's what I think would work. Talk with the Chinese leadership and I bet they'd agree to the following plan. Have them propose to the North Koreans to send in troops to help them stage their own "military games" at the same time the US and South Korea are staging theirs. Once the Chinese army is in Pyongyang under this pretext, they cut the head off the snake. After North Korea falls, South Korea takes over and the US military withdraws from the peninsula as well. The US also agrees to cut all arms supplies to Taiwan and end that protective pact.
Sure, this sucks for Taiwan, but Taiwan under red China with a unified Korea under Seoul is a hell of a lot more stable the status quo, and better for the world over all. The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few - further the suffering of Taiwan under China would not be nearly as bad as North Korea under Kim.
Can it run Crysis?
It could blow up and kill a lot of people. It could fail to make it to orbit and crash into NYC. It could make early investors billions. It could do a lot of things.
Could it exist?
The price one pays for pursuing any profession, or calling, is an intimate knowledge of its ugly side. -- James Baldwin