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originally posted by: Breakthestreak
a reply to: carewemust
Well. I must say. Regardless of her disgusting fascist beliefs. I find AOC to be astonishingly beautiful.
I hope you’re wrong too. I hate to imagine a President Candice Owens without her incredible good looks.
originally posted by: penroc3
a reply to: xuenchen
honestly we need to upgrade our power and internet/communication backbones
right now the only way anyone in the world could hurt the US is with a high altitude EMP burst that would if correctly implemented would put huge parts of the US into the 1800's
to bad that because it is coming from grandpa Biden as alot of people will just dismiss it out of hand as crazy
Eliminate racial and gender inequities in research and development and science, technology, engineering, and math. Discrimination leads to less innovation: one study found that innovation in the United States will quadruple if women, people of color, and children from low-income families invented at the rate of groups who are not held back by discrimination and structural barriers. Persistent inequities in access to R&D dollars and to careers in innovation industries prevents the U.S. economy from reaching its full potential. President Biden is calling on Congress to make a $10 billion R&D investment at HBCUs and other MSIs. He also is calling on Congress to invest $15 billion in creating up to 200 centers of excellence that serve as research incubators at HBCUs and other MSIs to provide graduate fellowships and other opportunities for underserved populations, including through pre-college programs.
Opinion: Top money mangers expect these green-energy companies to benefit most from Biden’s infrastructure plan
Published: April 1, 2021 at 10:14 a.m. ET
By Michael Brush
Major themes are the electrification of transportation and a reduction in the carbon footprint of buildings
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President Biden’s infrastructure-spending proposal is a veritable grab bag of goodies, supporting everything from basic infrastructure to broadband and home health-care workers.
But for green-energy fans, there was plenty to like.
The proposal offers $621 billion to modernize transportation infrastructure — including changes that favor electric vehicles (EVs), according to the Wall Street Journal. It proposes $213 billion to help make buildings more energy-efficient. Biden also sets an ambitious goal of making the power grid carbon neutral by 2035....
Grimacing Biden and the Whitehouse unveiled their mass plan to (bankrupt) rebuild America using $2 Trillion as the fresh bait.
Everything from soup to nuts is covered😁
originally posted by: Riffrafter
It's the 2021 version of "The New Deal".
Truth is, although there's much of this that I take exception to, programs like this are necessary once in a while and it usually takes a great national "problem" to bring them about.
No one agrees with all of it, but so much of it is necessary, that we all ought to swallow our own petty disagreements so that the greater benefit of the whole rebuild infrastructure plan can happen.