Check his “simple experiment” to prove that carbon dioxide is heating the atmosphere — not at all how the “greenhouse effect” operates in the atmosphere.
DeVos cited several examples of colleges putting students through Kafkaesque quasi-judicial procedures. I promise you they are real. We’ve written about them at Reason.Here’s a list of some of DeVos’s examples, with links to our articles about them.
Facebook told advertisers that the platform can potentially “reach” 41 million young adults between 18 and 24 in the US. Brian Wieser of Pivotal Research Group countered by pointing out that 2016 census data shows there were only 31 million people in that age range in the US. Similarly, Facebook claims it can reach 60 million people in the US between 25 and 34 years old. The census reports 45 million in that age group.
By 3 a.m. they still hadn’t heard from him. “If he crashed my plane and lived through it,” said Adam—the Bonanza’s registered owner—“I’ll kill the son of a bitch myself.” Solid priorities, Keven thought. But they were all worried. Most of the lightweights had gone home already, but Tony’s core group of friends—Keven, Adam Glover, and a few of the other skydivers—had stuck around trying to figure out what could have happened. Keven hoped Tony had just gotten a hotel, but feared the worst. At 4 a.m., he called the FAA. “My friend’s plane is overdue,” he said.Meanwhile, Adam was growing more agitated by the minute. He knew something Keven didn’t: There was a quarter million dollars aboard that Bonanza.Tony and Adam weren’t salvagers. They were smugglers.
Attention: Salt Lake City
Attention: University of Utah
It might be a good idea to get out your checkbook and try to settle this NOW!
“A detective may face criminal charges after he arrested a nurse who refused to take a blood sample from an unconscious patient during a stand-off that lasted several minutes, prosecutors say… ”
These two should never work another day in law enforcement.
Folks, where are the prosecutors? Why is this institution still in business? You can screw 3.5 million American customers, ripping them off on a systematic basis, and still remain in business?Exactly how and why?There’s no legitimacy left in the Federal Reserve (which I remind you is supposed to have effective regulatory controls to prevent this crap among their member banks) and none in the OCC either (which is the direct federal agency with authority and which can pull banking licenses.)Nor is Jeff Sessions, as Attorney General, worth a **** either — he both could and long ago should have indicted everyone involved in management as well as the firm itself.Yes, that would put them out of business. So what?Yeah, I get it — that would “hurt the economy.” So what?What is stealing from 3.5 million people? That doesn’t hurt the economy?