Hit the road Nicolas.
Hit the road Nicolas.
This is a shocker.
In Germany, like in the USA, there is an official narrative handed down from the wonks running the government, which is then repeated as truth by those in the media who have partnered with the government and want to get invited to the right cocktail parties.
Of course many people realize that it’s all BS, many more than in the past, but the media and the state are still very powerful and as such can pummel those who offer up an alternative analysis.
Across the world states are trying to lock down speech. China is leading the way but Europe and the US are increasingly restrictive.
Of course it’s all an effort at restricting “hate speech.” Right.
Speech is speech, and “hate speech” as defined by the state is often just something someone somewhere in the state aparatus doesn’t want to hear.
There are bureaucratic busybodies everywhere.
As a reader recently put it, “First they came for the lemonade stands…”
I will never get guys like Dent.
Check that, I get them. I just don’t know how they do what they do.
That the small government (for the most part) guys blew up Trumpcare is a good thing.
Right about now reality is hitting 2017 grads.
By the way, the only way to really get at the heart of the problem is to cut student loan programs. All the easy money has inflated the cost of education. But the universities don’t want that and prospective students are afraid they’ll be left out in the cold. So I guess we’ll keep on with the current silliness.
I’m sure none of the people represented by these “extra” social security numbers voted either.
By the way, I’ll bet $171,000,000 is WAY on the low side.
Never underestimate the collective stupidity of the bureaucratic class. Particularly in New York.
Or maybe this is the work of the “kennel industrial complex”?
Baltimore might be my least favorite big city, for a host of reasons. I’ve taken the train in to see the Army/Navy Game mutiple times and the place looks like something out of Mad Max almost. It looks like what many big cities looked like in the mid 80s. That is, a wasteland.
From the badass self help DIY health desk (and GeekWire).
How long until the government comes and regulates her innovation to death?
Let’s hope that we see more and more of this sort of thing. On the ground. Doing the right thing. Outmaneuvering the bureaucratic beast.
Good on this guy.
This is a complicated issue and more complicated than the advocates of “net nuetrality” want to admit.
This is a shocker. People in the poverty business making huge piles of money? Who would have thought? I mean it’s not like the people at ACORN were crooks. Or Al Sharpton. Or Jesse Jackson. Or the people who run much of places like Chicago, Detroit, New York, and LA. No no, these people are for helping the poor. Selfless servants seeking justice. No way they are lining their own pockets and scamming the tax base.