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Isn’t it about time for Atlas to Shrug? To kick the Altered Rouge “Democrat” Following Parasites to the Curb?

Question by cybe: Isn’t it about time for Atlas to Shrug? To kick the Altered Rouge “Democrat” Following Parasites to the Curb?
The people who really produce have the power. Not the Parasitic Unions, Not Lawyers, Not Federal Government Bureaucrat leaches. Not over entitled Union Teachers, not the scum running the Universities doing a crappy job of imparting useful and correct knowledge to our children. Especially not Politicians who work against the will of the people to take more power from the people for themselves to give them control over us. Not the scum in the Justice department bought off by big money supporters of democrat despots, or their IRS, ATF, and DEA thugs who think they are above the law and have been made so by the despots running our government contrary to our Constitution. Not the false environmentalists who are actually not worried about the environment but use it for a pretext to push a Communist agenda, stinking Watermellon environmentalists the democrats love so much. Not the activist Judges who know no law except their mobs own agenda and blow their noses on the Constitution.

It’s time to take back, to take out the trash, to let the Middle Eastern and European Powers buying our politicians and officials, our entertainment industry, our colleges … to keep their influence over on their side of the pond, or else they will face consequences that hostile forces do that attack our country, because that is what they are after all.

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Answer by Mark Lloyd BHOs FASCIST FCC CZAR
You are absolutely right, and it’s way past time. Brilliant

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Microsoft Logs on to Google Complaint, to Alter Vista

Microsoft Logs on to Google Complaint, to Alter Vista

MICROSOFT agreed to make changes to its Windows Vista operating system in response to a complaint by Google that a feature of Vista is anticompetitive, lawyers involved in the case said.

The settlement, reached in recent days by state prosecutors, the Justice Department and Microsoft, averted the prospect of litigation over a complaint by Google that Vista had been designed to frustrate computer users who want to use software other than Microsoft’s to search through files on their hard drives. Google had made its complaint confidentially as part of the consent decree proceedings set up to monitor Microsoft for any anticompetitive conduct after it settled a landmark antitrust lawsuit five years ago that had been brought by the states and the Clinton administration.

The federal government and the states were planning to file a joint status report by midnight in the consent decree proceedings that outlined the changes Microsoft would be making to Vista. State and federal lawyers were exchanging drafts of the report.

They said they had reached agreement on a remedy, al- though there was still some disagreement over the report’s language. The disagreement reflected tensions between the Justice Department, which initially sided with Microsoft in the dispute, and some of the states, which have supported Goog1e and advocated a more aggressive stance.

Google has sought to keep a low profile in the dispute, in part because the Federal Trade Commission has recently opened a preliminary antitrust investigation into Google’s proposed .1 billion acquisition of DoubleClick, an online advertising company.

Lawyers involved in the proceeding said the changes to Vista would allow consumers to decide which desktop search program they want to use, and that selecting software from Google or some other company would no longer slow down the computer as it does now. They said that as part of the settlement, Microsoft would let Vista users know how to change their desktop search program. But the settlement would not require Microsoft to make all the changes that Google had sought.

Google maintained that its desktop search program was slowed by an equivalent feature that is built into Vista. When the Google and Microsoft search programs run simultaneously, their indexing programs slow the operating system considerably, Google contends. As a result, Google has said that Vista violated Microsoft’s 2002 antitrust settlement, which prohibits Microsoft from designing operating systems that limit the choices of consumers.

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A Peace Corps for the 21st Century?

As a young federal lawyer in 1960, Bill Josephson co-authored The Towering Task, a bold paper that became the blueprint for the creation of The Peace Corps in 1961. Josephson held a number of key positions with the Peace Corps during the 1960s and has remained a close colleague and friend of Sargent Shriver throughout their illustrious public service careers. A nationally known expert on nonprofit law, Josephson is also a leading expert on the Electoral College, making this November event an especially timely opportunity to hear from him. In this presentation, Mr. Josephson draws upon his deep involvement in the Peace Corps’ founding to challenge us, and a new Peace Corps Director, with ideas for the 21st Century Peace Corps. This event was held at UMBC on 11/13/08 as part of the Shriver Peaceworker Fellows Program.
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Why hasn’t anyone noticed that alleged “civil rights lawyer” Barack Obama voted to gut federal class actions?

Question by Pamela S: Why hasn’t anyone noticed that alleged “civil rights lawyer” Barack Obama voted to gut federal class actions?

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Answer by Moderates Unite!
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“co-Op” Annotations, Minnesota Reports: All Citations of All Cases in the Minnesota Reports 1-80, in All the Courts of United States, Both State and Federal and Lawyers’ Reports Annotated …

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The Many Benefits Of Being A Lawyer

The Many Benefits Of Being A Lawyer

People of a certain generation tended to view the profession of law with a certain degree of awe and respect. Take the example of my father who was an avid fan of Perry Mason; he was fascinated by the idea that his daughter could one day become a lawyer one and unmask the criminals in the court of law. What is it about being a lawyer that attracts the best and the brightest talent?

The Legal Profession Pushes You To Your Full Potential

A common misperception towards lawyers in general, not just in the USA but also all over the world, is that younger lawyers are usually not to be trusted with complicated cases. We often tend to gravitate towards older lawyers because we see them as more experienced. People will typically start trusting a young lawyer as he starts earning some credibility from winning some cases. Thus a newbie in the legal profession may proceed a bit slow in the beginning of his career, but after a few success and wins, his career starts gathering momentum

Great Earning Potential

As a beginner in the world of law, you may need to work as an apprentice in a law firm for a few years, or you can also run your own private practice. Whatever may be the case, the remuneration you earn at this stage is not much.

But do not get discouraged; to emerge as a successful lawyer you need time to grasp the law and get to know the inner workings of the law to help you solve the most complicated of cases. Once you have gained more experience and earned a solid reputation for winning cases, you can charge a much higher fee. Working as a corporate lawyer also earns a decent salary starting out at approximately 5000 a year.

Earn Prestige As A Lawyer

You can enter into the government service as a lawyer in three levels: local, state and federal. Among these three, the federal lawyers naturally earn more money and prestige.

Contribute To Society By Bringing Criminals To Justice

As long as society exists, there are bound to be crimes and criminals. The good thing about practicing as a lawyer is that you will never be out of work. Your law degree will always help you find work, or you could always be your own boss. It is also a profession that allows you to enrich your professional as well as personal experiences. Above all, as a lawyer, you have the capability to contribute a great deal to society, and perform great social service by bringing offenders to justice and helping the innocent find justice.

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