I invite, encourage, entice, influence, pressure, persuade, cajole, coax, plead, request can I demand? Or would a threat of bodily harm move you to read FULL ARTICLE at http://mises.org/daily/5864/Investment-or-Malinvestment This is NECESSARY INFORNATION, making it a MUST READ. GET THE FACTS CONTAINED IMPRINTED ON YOUR MIND. THEN YOU WILL UNDERSTAND AND BE READY TO PRESENT COGENT INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SUBJECT. READ THE FULL ARTICLE and then FORWARD IT TO EVERYONE ON YOUR E-MAILLIST.
The barman says, "Sorry, we don't serve food in here."
The other says. "Are you sure?" The first replies, Yes, I'm positive."
2. Wars of aggression — that is, wars in which the United States is the attacking nation.
3. Invasions and occupations.
7. Indefinite military detention without trial.
8. Military tribunals.
9. Foreign aid, including to dictatorships.
10. An empire of 1,000 military bases in 130 nations around the world.
11. A national security state, consisting of a military-industrial complex, a standing army, and the CIA.
12. A conflation of government and country.
13. A “My government, never wrong” sense of patriotism.
Amateurs built the ark. Professionals built the Titanic.
front of the other.
A law passed in the last legislative session would have required that all contractors bidding on public jobs verify the immigration status of all their employees . . . but a lawsuit filed in October by the Louisiana Associated General Contractors contends that the new requirement violates federal laws, which say the electronic system is to be used for new hires, not existing employees . . . read more
Court declined to create a new constitutional rule that would have required judges to test the reliability of eyewitness testimony. (01/11/12) http://tinyurl.com/73pyqrb
"Smoking a joint once a week or a bit more apparently doesn't harm the lungs, suggests a 20-year study. (01/11/12) http://tinyurl.com/75lnquk
Tycoon has challenged Republicans in Congress to make personal contributions to cut the US deficit, vowing to match their donations dollar-for-dollar http://tinyurl.com/6mp276x
vitiate VISH-ee-ayt (transitive verb) : To make faulty or imperfect; to render defective; to impair; as, "exaggeration vitiates a style of writing." To corrupt morally; to debase.
: To render ineffective; as, "fraud vitiates a contract."
demoralize reduces rather than cancels and has to do with an attitude (confidence, morale) rather than a state
impair reduces like demoralize, but affects things of value other than confidence and morale.
void is a complete reduction like vitiate, but has to do with things that can be made to vanish rather be made just ineffective.
WORD WISE: Vitiate comes from Latin vitiare, from vitium, "fault." It is related to vice (a moral failing or fault), which comes from vitium via French.
QUOTE: "Their religious convictions and conduct were held to be vitiated by hideous error." --David Vital, A People Apart