Get ready for a rowdy spring and summer:
An Egypt-styled “Arab Spring,” which has put radicals in charge of the government, will be launched in the United States this spring with a war on “corporate power, Wall Street greed and the political corruption of the 1 percent,” according to the group headed by former Obama green aide Van Jones.
“They’re really not going to like the 99 percent Spring,” said Rebuild the Dream in an organizing email Friday.
At least that’s the conclusion I draw from this Rasmussen poll:
While President Obama cautioned the U.S. Supreme Court this past week about overturning his national health care law, just 15% of Likely U.S. Voters think the high court puts too many limitations on what the federal government can do.
In fact, a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that twice as many–30%– believe the Supreme Court does not limit the government enough. Forty percent (40%) say the balance is about right, while 15% more are undecided.
For years, Apple fanboys and fangirls have proclaimed that Macs were “virus-proof,” though they never explained exactly why. PC (as in Windows-based PC) people, like myself, responded that it was simply because there were far more PCs than Macs, and since virus writers were out to cause as much havoc as they could, they targeted the larger operating system base.
And now, it looks like the Mac’s “immunity” to viruses has been shattered.
The computer security industry buzzed Thursday with warnings that more than a half-million Macintosh computers may have been infected with a virus targeting Apple machines.