If and then statements are logical blocks within programming that tell a computer what to do with certain information. They let the program make 'decisions' while it's running. (source: wethinkautomaiton.com) In order to better explain this, Rosie Rumba texted in an "if" and a "then", which are the minimum requirements. One of her co-workers on the inoculation team was upset that the Speaker of the House allegedly made a windfall as reported in Yahoo News on January 27, 2021, a 4 minute read. She said; "If Chris Collins got sentenced to 26 months for an insider trading tip to his son, then the Speaker should be impeached." So that is the question for the day. A simple "if" and "then". Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments.
Iggy Ice's view - Enforcement of insider-trading regulations is currently a high priority for the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). This is unsurprising, as the SEC tends to enforce insider-trading laws more vigorously when markets are volatile. (borrowed) What's good for the goose is good for the gander! Not borrowed! Let's hear from you?
Brain-buster: True or False
1. Is it true that only the House can impeach?
2. Is it true that the only Senate tries the impeachment?
Quote of the day: Who Said?
1. “My life has been shattered. My reputation has been shattered. But mostly my family has been shattered.”
2. “I have no excuse. I have tarnished my reputation. People feel sorry for me. They shouldn’t.”
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