An analysis of the article why the rich are getting richer and the poor poorer by robert reich

I would change my first metric thus; Cause them to be employed…. Log in to Reply Janos Skorenzy May 8, at 1:

An analysis of the article why the rich are getting richer and the poor poorer by robert reich

That's a victory for software freedom, but an limited and extremely expensive one. We need to protect software from all patents on computational ideas, all at once. These patents are often called "software patents", but that term gives the wrong idea of what such patents do.

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A patent is never associated with any specific code. Any code which implements the patented idea, or any hardware which does, can be the basis for a lawsuit. Another solution I've proposed is to legislate that software is exempt from patent law. This illustrates the error of focusing on "patent trolls" and ignoring other patent aggressors.

Apple is the biggest patent aggressor in the software field, and we can hardly call it a patent troll. Its products are full of proprietary software with malicious functionalitiesbut they are certainly a real business. Two Florida schoolchildren face felony charges for putting red pepper in a teacher's soda.

The school should punish them, but taking it to court is incompetence on the school's part. I reject the practice of calling teenagers "children" merely because they are minors, but these are 12 years old, not even teenagers.

They really are children.THE SPIKE.

An analysis of the article why the rich are getting richer and the poor poorer by robert reich

It was late-afternoon. Forty-nine of us, forty-eight men and one woman, lay on the green waiting for the spike to open. We were too tired to talk much. Robert Kennedy, a key advocate for the campaign, was assassinated on June 6, , a month into the campaign. His funeral procession passed through Resurrection City.

Tom Woods is the smartest guy in the room. During these times that challenge our freedoms there is no one more qualified to make U.S. history relevant to the fight against big government than Thomas Woods.

Last time we saw that ancient societies were defined by the interactions of various social groups and the networks they created. Such groups, usually based on the family/kinship structure, were created to overcome the limitations which arose from the lack of government institutions that we take for granted in our modern, market-oriented societies.

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