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You've heard of "damning with faint praise", right? What the liberal media does for liberal Presidents--and they did it with Clinton on PBS back when--is "praising with faint damnation". They'll say stuff equivalent to "mistakes were made" and move on.
I think the biggest idiots are people who watch CNN and other outlets and buy or sell based on commentators advice--along with a horde of other buyers and sellers, of course, which negates any good advice. (And good advice there is unlikely but possible--even flipping 20 heads in a row is possible).
Yes, there's plenty of gambling going on (mostly through the futures markets). and some hedging, but paying attention to your asset allocations and adjusting out of overpriced sections is not gambling. It's also not gambling to get out of sectors that are dicey--like running below their 200-day averages. These are all ...more
I don't think you know what you're talking about. What exists today is not Capitalism but "crony capitalism", where government hacks carve out special tax breaks and bonuses for their business cronies. And certainly not "Laissez-faire capitalism". "Laissez-faire" means "leave us alone", and is directed at the governme...more
This is so fraught with PC values and other silliness that I'm surprised that anyone could call it science, even social science. Laws are supposed to define the limits of human behavior so that it is costly to purposefully harm other people. Laws are not there to protect individuals from themselves; nor to create a sit...more
This is the kind of journalism you get when there are too many journalists chasing too few stories. But we already knew that, of course, and much worse examples are in the news every week. They're much worse because they're put out as serious stories, but are just like this thing.
So don't buy those seeds, there are plenty of competitors. And all they seem to provide is resistance to a herbicide, which also has alternatives and competitors. Most seeds are not genetically altered (beyond the normal selective breeding techniques) so there are alternatives.
Also, if he signed a contract then a ...more
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