Sirva como recordatorio para todos ustedes, que lo malandros no descansan porque siguen queriendo robarte la información de tu computadora y una forma es enviando mensajes supuestamente genuinos del #SatMx.
Chequen este post anterior, en el cual les digo una forma sencilla de saber si un mensaje es verdadero, si usan gmail.com como cliente de correo. (more…)
Emily Ekins, polling director for Reason Foundation, says millennials are fiscal centrists and social liberals. On fiscal issues, millennials see themselves as closer to Republicans such as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie than to President Obama, and are centrists. However, millennials rate themselves closer to liberal Democrats such as Obama on social issues.
“I’m for government having as little as possible involvement in everything, fiscal and social” says a straight, cis, white, and able-bodied individual who doesn’t actually have to worry about the consequences that has for everyone else
What? People have more money? Let’s tax them! That’s Obama’s point of view. Fiscal reform will affect those whose annual income is higher than half a million dollars. Now they are paying at the rate of at least 24%. Obama is going to raise it to 28%. And it will be the second increase of tax rate under Obama’s administration. Republican lawmakers say that they will do all possible to block President Barack Obama’s pitch for tax increases on the wealthiest Americans.
The villains! Haha okay not really. Mr. Spiky hasn’t been introduced yet, but I think he and Fiscal would have a very interesting interaction sequence. 0~0; /seriouslythisistheonlythingkeepingmesaneI’msorrynotreally