Under such a scenario, would the Republican opposition be able to explain a path forward? A path that would save the American economy from being greened into a palsy? Or a coma? Would Republicans—perhaps joined by a few Democrats, such as West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin—be able to articulate a way to get the Fed out of NGFS, out of the Paris Climate Agreement (that being the carbon-reduction deal that Barack Obama put us in, that Donald Trump took us out of, and that Biden plans to put us back into), and out of whatever other obscure regulatory restrictions, national and international, that the Biden administration has imposed? … [Read more...] about Virgil — The Great Reset Updated: You Might Not Have Heard of NGFS, but NGFS Has a Plan for You
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EX-CDC CHIEF DR. TOM FRIEDEN: This is the most complicated vaccination program in United States’ history and the two-dose series makes it even more complex and what the C.D.C. is saying is basically, get the two doses as scheduled. 21 days for Pfizer, 28 days for Moderna, but if there’s an extreme problem, it’s okay if it has to be delayed for a couple of weeks or in certain circumstances, if you have to get the other vaccine, but really, better to get it as directed, but better to get any vaccine, than no vaccine. … [Read more...] about Ex-CDC Chief Frieden: COVID vaccines won’t drive cases down for months, but may decrease death rates
President Joe Biden and the Democrats who now control Congress could earn respect, if not votes, for telling coal country the truth -- that coal must be phased out of the national energy mix, but that workers will not be left behind. That means they should get job training, health care, wage replacement and, when possible, jobs in the new industries that are popping up to replace fossil fuels. This suite of policy solutions is complex, but they must be taken seriously, and the discussion must forward the voices of fossil-fuel workers. Workers need to know that climate advocates respect and support them before we can move forward. … [Read more...] about This town powered America for decades. What do we owe them?
Located in the Poverty Ridge neighborhood near Midtown, about a 30-minute walk to the Golden 1 Center, Divac’s estate has the appearance of a traditional Victorian Sacramento home on the grid. But, a peek inside reveals why the home is being listed at $1,650,000. … [Read more...] about PHOTOS: Vlade Divac’s Unassuming, Fully Renovated Sacramento Home Hits The Market At $1.6 Million
The current child tax credit delivers some relief to parents and guardians. It can reduce one’s taxes by up to $2,000 per child per year. The child must be a U.S. citizen living under the same roof, 16 years old or younger, and claimed as a dependent, among other criteria. The credit begins to phase out once the filer’s annual income surpasses $200,000 ($400,000 for a married couple filing jointly). The only way to claim it is by filing taxes. But any additional refund above a filer’s tax burden is lost, unless they qualify for the Additional Child Tax Credit. And even that is capped at $1,400. … [Read more...] about Stimulus Check Latest: Parents Could Receive Monthly Payments With Expanded Child Tax Credit