GOVERNMENT ASSISTED THUGGERY? D.C. Metro Police Escorted SEIU Protesters to Bank Of America Executive s Home. "Meanwhile, a teenage boy is home alone, frightened by what s happening outside his front door."
PROF. JACOBSON: Finally, A Real White Supremacist Rally And Almost No One Notices. “How curious. Tea Party events which are not white supremacist events are met with derision and abuse, while a real white supremacist rally is met mostly with silence. There is a lesson here. The attacks on the Tea Parties [...]
Overzealous regulation of opioids is having a painful knock-on effect on eastern Europeans with cancer. "There are literally tens of thousands of people who are suffering unnecessarily," says lead author Nathan Cherny of Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem, Israel. Opioid-type drugs are potent painkillers. In fact, the World Health Organization lists two of them, codeine and morphine, as "essential medicines" that should be available worldwide.
Before joining Congress, Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) was the scourge of military contractors, filing dozens of whistleblower lawsuits against companies who defrauded the government in connection with their work in Iraq. In the past, the freshman lawmaker, who's known for his pugilistic style and no-holds barred remarks, has blasted the firms working on the payroll of the US government overseas: "We're not going to let the defense contractors use our money to bribe our government and take it over," he once said. And he has singled out Blackwater (now known as Xe) for special criticism: "We can't let, basically, Blackwater take over the entire government here. We have to draw the line somewhere."
Hello, my name is Michael Stopa and I am running for The United States Congress as a Republican from the Third District of Massachusetts. I have spent my career in academics as a research physicist and I have not previously held public office. But as a citizen with, I think, a unique perspective on the ideology of the "educated class" and its maternal attitude to we citizens and our governance, I am increasingly concerned with the direction which our country has taken. I am unfailingly optimistic about the long-term future of America. However, like many of my friends and neighbors in Massachusetts, I am disturbed, saddened and/or outraged by recent economic and international developments and the response of our ruling elite to them. The real possibility exists, and I will do all I can to challenge it, that we are laying the groundwork for a lost generation; one to which I do not want my four children to belong.
Let s try to pull all the threads together, as futurists which is the whole point here and get some idea about when it might be reasonable to expect AI to show up. When I say AI I want to look at the entire diahuman range, so the answer would still be a range even if we were historians looking back on the process from the vantage point of the far future.
OBVIOUSLY, ANDREW BREITBART NEEDS TO START UP “BIG E.U.” PRONTO: A comic book featuring the adventures of two fictional European Commission bureaucrats is being sent to homes and schools at a cost of 200,000 to the taxpayer. “The EU seems to think it can buy itself popularity, but instead it simply makes itself [...]