I obviously am not fit to judge "worst ever". But I will assert they are plenty baaaaaad.
While Hispanics currently make up the largest piece of the American immigrant population, 47% in 2015, with Asians at a distant second with 26%, Pew projections see a swap coming.
The report projects that the Asian immigrant population will overtake the Hispanic population by 2055, reaching 38% in 2065 compared to a 31% Hispanic population.
A recent poll of college students found that "35% of respondents agreed that 'hate speech is NOT protected under the 1st Amendment.'”
Kinda what you'd expect.
I wasn't worried before--taxpayer-funded types have a substantial record of giving rotten dietary advice--but these two pieces move the worry down to number 43,397,459 on my Worry List.
Yes, indeed. Featuring "Three rules of investing in capital markets," the first one of which is as follows:
The market knows everything you do and before you do. The market is smarter than you. You can never expect to earn an additional return by betting that your estimate of the value of some security is better than the market’s, that is, by buying or selling individual securities.
Well, at $80 million per, they should be like "nothing else".
Another reminder to be careful revealing credit card information.
The author, Harry Stottle, also has a fine post about Wikipedia.