hum . . . should we talk corruption?
Misuse of Position
5 C.F.R. § 2635.702 (see Subpart G - Misuse of Position; Use of Public Office for Private Gain)
An employee may not use his public office for his own private gain or for that of persons or organizations with which he is associated personally. An employee's position or title should not be used to coerce; to endorse any product, service or enterprise; or to give the appearance of governmental sanction.
An employee may use his official title and stationery only in response to a request for a reference or recommendation for someone he has dealt with in Federal employment or someone he is recommending for Federal employment.
Personal Use of Government Property
An employee should recognize her responsibility to protect and conserve government property and resources, and to make an honest effort to use official time and government property only for official business. 5 C.F.R. § 2635.704 through .705 Use of Government property, and Use of official time.
An employee may not use the official time of another employee for anything other than official business. The use of any government property, including computers and the Internet, for any partisan political activities is always prohibited.
should we revize the article of the constitution regarding "treason"?
U.S. Constitution - Article 3 Section 3
Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.
U.S. Code › Title 18 › Part I › Chapter 115 › § 2381 18 U.S. Code § 2381 – Treason- US Code
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round the area of the China sea eyes, ears and actions continue as planned . . .
future hope looming . . .
the basic issues debate
should we talk about few issues in health care?
Under Medicare Part B, medical insurance, is okay for a man to cover his doctor visit regarding his ED. Shall we say . . . his “birth” right for erection?
Medigap and Medicare Advantage plans may also cover what Medicare Parts A and B do not as well as possibly erectile dysfunction medications that are not covered under Medicare Part D for prescription coverage. Talking about rights:
Contraceptives are not, and, there is not relief in taxes to cover the basic function of procreation by human menstruation cycles. Not to mention, the human right of each woman to control their own bodies. Let us put some VALUE in the equation in relationship to birth
worth the"value"? you bet!!
Female provide a single, magical egg, and carry another human for 9 months and feed them to nourish its growth (mothering too . . . )
Male healthy adult male can release between 40 million and 1.2 billion sperm cells in a single ejaculation.
healthy adult male can release between 40 million and 1.2 billion sperm cells in a single ejaculation. From a capital value point of view: one-of-a-kind versus tens of millions in each trial . . . and by pure “luck” you get the “dough” in case you can to encrease your family life.
From a capital value point of view: Shall we say It’s like comparing Bergdorf Goodman with Walmart?
P.S: is fair to say Begdorf's rocks, right?