We do not appreciate the mockery you are making of the Constitution.
Cease and desist before enough Veterans and active military have to do what they swore to do when they joined.
Upholding the Constitution is the #1 priority of all branches of the military, against enemies foreign **AND DOMESTIC**.
Following orders within the chain of command comes a far second after this.
When I joined, this was the oath I swore.
I, My Name, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed ...
I may no longer be physically able to come kick your ass out of office, but you can't say that about the rest of the people still doing active military service.
How many military personnel are currently deployed? When they come back, will they have to come and kick your ass out of the office that you are making a mockery of?
How about you actually start following and defending the Constitution that *YOU* swore to uphold.
Get rid of your cronies that you appointed to office, and put people in that actually care about the Constitution first, the human beings that make up our citizens and visitors second and last.
Corporations, which aren't *PEOPLE* (when has a company been drafted, or been sent to prison), can fend for themselves.
The constituents which voted you into office need your protection, not your abuse.
On January 21, 2010, with its ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, the Supreme Court ruled that corporations are persons, entitled by the U.S. Constitution to buy elections and run our government.
So see, Trump really is for government of the people, by the people and for the people.
The only issue is that he, Trump, aka PotUS, only considers corporations as people. To Trump, human beings are just bags of mostly water waiting to be stepped upon by the psychophantic imbeciles that he's selected to head up the federal agencies he's allowed to muck with.
I hate to say this, but I think Russian hackers have taken over the PeotUS. During a recent upgrade of his hairpiece, Russian hackers implanted dermal transducers and a hot-air charger to keep them powered up.
Now, all they have to do is sit back, relax inside their siberian prison and type "I think it, you say it."
It's the only thing that makes sense out of the Cheetoh faced shit-gibbon's decisions to put the people in charge of the government entities that he has.
Seriously, for each assignment, it's as if he and/or his staff have gone out of their way to find *the* *absolute* *worst* *candidate* *possbile* and then selected them.
In my opinion, each and every one of his decisions have been akin to putting a convicted child molester in charge of the local daycare.
Just make *ALL* cell towers, power-poles, cable-lines, fiber-lines, data-hubs common carrier. Mandate free access to all of these to any company. xx% of all revenue be paid to every company using those resources goes into the maintenance and upgrade pool. Companies would only be able to charge exactly what they advertise, if they advertise $35.00 a month, then that is all they can charge, period. That 35 would include all fees, charges, taxes, etc... Also, all services provided can only be advertised at the "minimum" data-rate provided, not the lies currently used with their "speeds of *up to* 1Gbit/S". Usage caps would be forbidden. Companies accused of violating any of those terms will have their licenses to provide service revoked on the first offense.
Since they, stupidly enough, went after the wrong person twice.
I'd say the guy shouldn't have to work a day for the rest of his life after he gets the hundreds of millions from suing the City and gets 100% of the involved police officers' retirement funds as well depleting the City's umbrella coverage.
Since the AG's job is to prosecute people based on the law, I believe the level of ignorance allowed is much closer to 0% than the 99% allowed for ignorant cops.
At least I'd hope so.
There's an idea, perhaps we should require mandatory competency, morality and ethics testing prior to someone taking those positions, with annual refresh training to keep them current.
If I were to submit to my knee-jerk reaction, I might say something like...
"I also think a zero tolerance policy should be implemented for anyone in law enforcement, prosecution and adjudication roles, with a 1 strike and you're out, or in, as it should include mandatory life imprisonment @ Gitmo."
Obviously Yahoo is *NOT* a law abiding company as they broke the 4th Ammendment in such a way that constitutes treason to the American people.
How does it constitute treason? It failed to protect the American people in their "right to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and *effects*, against unreasonable searches and seizures" This constitutes grave damage to the people of this nation by Yahoo's betrayal of trust, which is one of the definitions for Treason.
Now, I don't know about you, but I damned sure count my e-mails as "personal effects", and am damned sure that I have not, and will not allow anyone from the lowliest beggar to the PoTUS or SCoTUS to redefine them in any way.
The copyright office's sole duty is to move content into public domain as soon as humanly possible. Failing in this task begets life in prison for everyone working for the office, and those working for corporations trying to stretch copyright terms beyond 5 years.
There, that should be simple enough for the two-toned zebra-headed, slime-coated, pimple-farmin' paramecium brains, munchin' on their own mucosa, suffering from content creator envy, that currently work for the copyright office and their counterparts in the media industries.
I guess I'd say that it's a damned good thing that neither the MPAA nor the RIAA are government entities. That means that nothing they say or do means anything when it comes to the discussion of copyright or in this case cable-boxes.
It's funny that they are asking congress "not to free up" billions of dollars that the consumers could spend in other ways, perhaps even going out to more "movies" or buying more "music".
Wait, what's that you say? They just stepped on their own detachable penises with track cleats? Yup, they sure did. They just backed the cable industry in keeping RIAA/MPAA member corporate profits lower than they could be if they supported the end of the cable-box monopolies.
If the 2 entities involved "schemed" to undercut the price of the stocks to make money off of the deal, it would still be stock fraud, and is very akin to insider trading as "details" unknown to even the "company" were shared with "investors" before leaking a "story" intentionally desined to tank the stock allowing for a short sell.