Have you actually read that email?
... Even if everything in the Politico article is true it would not surprise me if it is all legal.
Yes I read it. From TFE:
"They take Alice Walton's money and transfer it to state parties, who then immediately transfer it to the DNC. Often times they do it without the state party even knowing because the Clinton campaign controls many of the bank accounts involved. So at the end of the day, most of the state parties have received exactly $0 from their Victory Fund arrangement."
Yeah, sounds pretty legit to me *rolls eyes*. This is the very definition of money laundering and, if everything was on the up'n'up, they wouldn't have to shift the donations back and forth like this. Right? This also clearly illustrates what both Bernie and Trump have been saying all along: it's a rigged system. The DNC's coffers have Hillary's name on them.
Is there some kind of superpower that you think HR people have where they can look at someone and see exactly what dollar value they will add to your company?
No superpower. Just the interview process, which is the best tool available to evaluate a potential employee -- even better then *gasp* skin color.
Diversity can lead to a more productive work place or a great idea that you might not have had access to otherwise.
I see this concept parroted repeatedly in discussions like these with nary a real-life metric to back it up. How, pray tell, does having people with different colored skin lead to a "more productive work place"?
white, Christian, perpetrator
You sure about this? I tried to substantiate your claim for you, but the googles came up empty. I seems that James Holmes converted to Islam shortly after being imprisoned, though.
Marginal increases in air pollution cause marginal increases in deaths, mainly due to assorted respiratory ailments.
Really? How many more? Quantify it.
I can't run over someone with my overclocked desktop. I can't go at such an unsafe speed that I lose control and crash into others with my modified router. Your analogy is wrong. We treat vehicles very differently because of what they can do. "We" the Slashdot crowd that understand that are not opposed to modifying things that can't go at speeds that can kill someone if operated wrongly.
Have you even been following the story? You do know that this has little to do with the cars being able to run at *cough* dangerous speeds, right? Just checking.
"How many teamsters does it take to screw in a light bulb?" "FIFTEEN!! YOU GOT A PROBLEM WITH THAT?"