Surely protests following the acquittal of George Zimmerman are constructive and good for the country -- even while they can't bring a young seventeen year old boy out for a walk to buy skittles and a soft drink one fateful night --- back to this world. Protests demonstrate that Americans are distressed, if not outraged. This can only be good!
I was watching the 11:00 p.m. news this evening (yes, I watch it once in a while to see what father accidently road his riding mower over his 2 year old daughter and who was caught robbing a rent drop box at an apartment complex near me) and the news was that Google has finally released its eyewear glasses that keep your i-phone right at the upper right corner of your lens so it's always there for the wearer to see and still walk, talk and chew gum all at the same time.
I watched in amazement the interview conducted on Sunday, July 21st on Face The Nation featuring Bob Seiffer's guest, Speaker of the House John Boehner. I was so distressed following that interview, that I turned off the TV. I could not even listen to the next guest, Governor Rick Snyder of Michigan, which I knew would upset me even more.
The Youngstown sheet and tube, as well as Republic Steel, were a couple of the players, who started the "take the pensions scams" in the early to mid 80's.They would sell the busness to another, and the pensions were part of the deal. The business was renamed, and the pensions disappeared.
Back then, for every dollar a person put in, they matched it with a dollar.
CIA is 'funding' study into geoengineering and its relation to national security.
I wonder if the crime categories like low class crime, white collar crime, corporate crime should be added to -- such as a category for the crimes of the gentry and bureaucrats who, through 'connections' of power, may never even be charged with their crimes.