|less than one-half of one percent|
by noteworthy at 8:51 pm EDT, May 25, 2015
Killers are often ordinary. They often live next door, especially when they've killed in the service of their government.
While the U.S. waged a war in Vietnam 50 years ago with 2.7 million men conscripted from every segment of society, less than one-half of 1% of the U.S. population is in the armed services today -- the lowest rate since World War II.
As you choose opportunities and ideas, the people you work with, and those you choose to love, those who animate, inspire and energize you will define the quality of your life's experience. Do not waste your time with people who do not help bring out the best in you.
Mak Chishty, the most senior Muslim officer in Britain's police service, said friends and family were best placed to intervene. Questions should be asked, he said, if someone stops shopping at Marks & Spencer ... "We are in unchartered water ... We are facing a risk, a threat which is global, which is powerfully driven by social media, reaching you on your own through your mobile phone."
The PLA Daily:
The use of wearables with Internet access, location information and voice-calling functions should be considered a violation of confidentiality regulations when used by military personnel.
The Internet is the most dangerous parking lot imaginable.