Term limits do have draw backs, such as making the revolving door a more required element for a politician to live in todays world. They need to earn an income over a long period of time before they get the financial freedom to do what's right without risking their future.
Yeah I would take issue here. I mean violating zoning laws has a different punishment which are insanely severe. Since these are violations and subject to punishment there is no reason to make up excuses take ownership.
Oh no they certainly identify those internal cops who are against their global will and force them out. Cops are very vindictive criminals and break every rule possible to punish dissenting views in it's ranks.
I think that depends on when they got published or leaked. Before the recall order they had public documents, and could have done what they wanted with them. After the order that's another thing but they can't be held liable for leaks between the release and the recall.
According to a 2017 NPR article, at least 25,000 people cross the border between Tijuana and San Ysidro on foot every day. Many of those are students, born in the United States but living in Mexico for various reasons. As U.S. citizens, they have a right to a U.S. education, although their families could technically be fined for not attending a school in their district.
San Ysidro reportedly has the highest rate of homelessness in the country, as the price of living has risen to a staggering rate, which has driven many families across the border to find affordable housing. In some instances, a family member or parent will be deported, so children will accompany them back to Mexico but make the exhausting trip back to the U.S. daily for school.
IMO ever since 9/11 these teams have learned their exaggerated zero-oversight budgets directly depending on the will of the political arm. All other budgets are cut because of the oversight and red tape makes it impossible to run them.
The DEA learned this years ago but DHS is new.
Meh, that's standard boiler plate commentary from Europe. It comes off as we are better than you because we care and so we don't do things illegally.
The reality is that doesn't really apply to lawyers and politicians who exist above the rest. There are tons of offshore illegal tax dodgers at this level. Often times they do things differently than the US. For the most part the stuff that's illegal in the US is illegal in the EU, and they occur in both regions by the same class of people.
Well you have to take a step back, this is a serious enough case which is enough for congress to try to override the FCC. It's about wither the lawyers can explain this and convince a judge.
Crazy things happen like guy in person granted temporary release to go to weddings and stuff. The DOJ currently has all it's lawyers learning how to replace toner cartridges and answer their own damn office telephones. I can see where this burden would prevent them from really approaching the case correctly. A month or two delay isn't really that significant here.
If the court does grant the delay, If I were on the opposing side I'd allow it but I would also request they temporary reinstate the rules, due to additional delay.
Everyone is able to argue it. The judge would like have to rule one way or the other following proper procedures. Just making the argument doesn't mean you can show gravitas. Here the FCC has some ability to do that.
Yeah exactly I am sure overhyped. Not to mention FB has sent Sheryl to answer questions before on this exact issue. They just didn't supply Mark, as Sheryl is the international leader of the company.
Getting the documents is dicey at best I mean the CEO may have wanted to leak them as people are suggesting because really he had an out. I doubt he carried them in his hands, and as sealed documents I would believe they were only shared with his Lawyers. His lawyers are under court orders to prevent their release. A simple my lawyer wont give it to me should end the UK's push for it. I mean if he doesn't have them he can't give them...
You have to take a step back in time and look at what Facebook was then. It wasn't anything. That quote was before it was out of a few schools or even maybe just Harvard. What information did it have contact info for people? Yeah sure he could have spammed them and call the hot girls. Typical college guy bullshit talking.
Since then it evolved into an online social media ecosystem. It's been turned into a legitimate company. Zuckerberg doesn't need to be calling the hot girls. Somewhere along the lines Facebook turned into a huge social tool. Yes it runs on Ads most of those details are not directly connected to you. The analytics firms and marketing companies do the connections. They run everything in your life from your internet connections via Verizon to the credit card you use at starbucks. They even profile you using cash purchases on a rewards card.
Actually you are wrong. Making false statements on the internet isn't a crime. Making false statements and misrepresenting the truth to the government has other laws, not related to Section 230 of the CDA.