Hometown paper shouldnt disrespect team, Cam that way
I understand holding the quarterback accountable; its his job to lead the team. I understand that Cam Newtons pouting on the sidelines is unacceptable and putting the towel over his head is immature and annoying.
But do remember this is his second year in the NFL, and do remember we are not 0-3.
It is disgraceful that his hometown newspaper would print such a degrading cartoon.
Krista Graham Charlotte
Two decades after the first warnings about hackers, the threat has only grown with individuals, companies and even nations at risk. Washington Post reporter Robert OHarrow Jr. answers six questions about personal and national vulnerability.
Q. How vulnerable am I?
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Q. How vulnerable are we as Americans?
A. The United States is probably the biggest target of hackers, including those working for other governments. Thats because it is among the most wired nations in the world, with the most to lose. Many industrial control systems are vulnerable to hackers. So are data systems, which have been targeted far more often and have suffered huge thefts of intellectual property.
The connection between these tax changes and policy changes are just so hard to figure out. An economy can do well both ways.
head of labor studies for the National Bureau of Economic Research