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Ahtasham
Some would vote for complete control, while others would oppose any ideas of gov intervention. In between these two extremes, some believe governments should only intervene in in the economy to combat economic problems such as inflation or unemployment. What do you think? Why?
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More areas and countries are turning to corn as a cash cow, plowing under existing crops thanks in part to government subsidies. And the cost of a gallon of ethanol fuel uses more natural resources to make than other fuels. Is corn still the answer?
Aditya
Under the heading of Homeland Security, AIG provides insurance coverage to organizations that might be at risk of a terrorist attack, including property terrorism insurance, cyber-attack insurance, kidnap.ransom and extortion insurance. There's also contaminated products insurance covering accidental contamination or malicious tampering.They also insure commercial banks and even other insurance companies.There's an extensive list of areas they cover here:http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/03/18/aig.bonuses/index.html?iref=mps​toryview#cnnSTCOther1But how can they insure against any of this if they can't even run their own business? Another ponzi scheme? Where would their money come from if there was a major terrorist attack or if there was huge bank failure?
Badman
I have a client who is a podiatrist and remembers reading an article equating the total number of footsteps an average person takes during a lifetime with the number of times a person could walk to the moon and back. But she can't remember how many times they could get to the moon and back. I found out it would take 476.6 million steps to get to the moon and back but now need to know the total number of steps a person would take in their lifetime. Anyone?