…on. Just make sure to call it “blockchain” so that pointy haired managers will prioritize the work. And then, if you can get away with it, simply use a conventional database to get the job done. Your life will be a lot easier if you can pull that off.
Token economics are supply and demand. We are pumping out shitloads of supply but we have zero evidence of natural demand. Say it with me — there is NO NATURAL DEMAND FOR (MOST) TOKENS. Let’s go back to the five factors driving capital investment decisions in Oil and Gas land.
Interior Department’s watchdog doesn’t have the teeth to hold pol…ther investigations are being held “in our queue” — sending a clear message to Secretary Zinke that even if he and his staff commit misconduct, the Interior Department’s watchdog doesn’t have the teeth to hold political appointees accountable.
…eral. Because of the number and complexity of investigations they have undertaken in the past year, the Office of Inspector General is now warning Congress that it can only begin a preliminary review of new misconduct “once staff becomes available.” The Inspector General says other investigations are being held “in our queue” — sending a clear mes…
This is Secretary Zinke’s argument, and it’s shockingly honest. He is justifying eliminating the BLM methane waste rule by saying oil and gas companies will benefit more from methane pollution than the public will be hurt by it.
This is Secretary Zinke’s argument, and it’s shockingly honest. He is justifying eliminating the BLM methane waste rule by saying oil and gas companies will benefit from methane pollution more than the public will be hurt by it.
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The letter follows-up congressional testimony from last week, where an Interior Department official admitted that field staff and other agency professionals — experts on national monuments — played virtually no role in the drafting or review of the report to the president.