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VP Kamala Harris Asks NASA if It Can Track Trees by Race for ‘Environmental Justice’

Post by Doka » 11-09-2021 04:42 AM

In order to be a Progressive Democrat , you MUST live in the obsessed world of judging EVERY thing and Everyone by "Skin Color" ! EVEN TREES. What a horrible world they have created for themselves, and the "Idiots" that follow them. If you have any Mind or capacity to reason left , please get rid of it, it is not the Borg way! :borg: :borg: :borg: :borg: :borg:



Black Trees Matter’ — VP Kamala Harris Asks NASA if It Can Track Trees by Race for ‘Environmental Justice’

Vice President Kamala Harris asked NASA if it could use its satellites to track trees “by race” in various neighborhoods as part of “environmental justice” during a recent display on climate change, leading many to ridicule the vice president online and even giving rise to a “Black Trees Matter” hashtag.

Harris, who serves as chair of the National Space Council, visited Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, on Friday “to see vital climate science work.”

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Re: VP Kamala Harris Asks NASA if It Can Track Trees by Race for ‘Environmental Justice’

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Pete Buttigieg: Biden Infrastructure Bill Delivers Swift Action to Fix Racist Highways

Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg celebrated President Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill on Monday, specifically referring to provisions in the bill to address infrastructure deemed by the federal government as racist.

Buttigieg noted that fixing racist infrastructure was a priority of the Biden administration, as a billion dollars was passed as part of the Reconnecting Communities Initiative in the bipartisan infrastructure bill.

Buttigieg spoke about the program during the White House press briefing, criticizing Americans who even questioned the idea that racist infrastructure projects existed.

“I’m still surprised that some people were surprised that when I pointed to the fact that if a highway was built for the purpose of deciding a white and a black neighborhood,” Buttigieg said.

Some infrastructure projects of the past, he argued, were specifically designed to separate neighborhoods, apologizing for the federal government’s role in the project.

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Re: VP Kamala Harris Asks NASA if It Can Track Trees by Race for ‘Environmental Justice’

Post by Doka » 11-09-2021 05:55 AM

I have to tell you, with Joe's passage of the "Infrastructure Bill" do not look to forward repairs of anything! My hunch is the revival of the Billion Dollar Train systems will be the high-light. Banning of all cars not electric, will come up on us faster. Any energy that we currently use to heat, cool, cook or give us light will be priced out of common usuage, solar, windmills, will work SOMETIMES. Remember Joe got rid of energy independance right out of the gate (1st day in office). Keep farting Joe, we may need "Joe's flatulence" to keep us warm and lit for the next few years. Also remember , Joe and master string puller , have also cut off our supply lines, So Bread Lines, will possibly pop up. No accidents, or shortages here, ALL planed and Implemented by Joe and fiends And we are going to pay through the nose for the free infrastructue money.

What really gets me is that the "Sheeple Voted for this!

The Good News...........It will change for the better, I just have to wonder who will still be alive to see and enjoy it.?

I need a new bed, I suppose it will come with an IRS person on it?
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America's Ports Need More Robots, But The Infrastructure Bill Won't Fund Automation

Post by Riddick » 11-11-2021 01:10 PM

The one thing that would most help increase efficiency at America's lagging ports is also the one thing Biden's union allies dislike the most. FULL STORY
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Pete Buttigieg’s Slush Fund

Post by Riddick » 11-11-2021 02:54 PM

Some of the $1.2 trillion to be spent pursuant to the bipartisan infrastructure bill will be devoted to true infrastructure, but a goodly portion is pork. That money will be directed to groups favored by Democrats and in many cases will have little to do with actual infrastructure. FULL STORY
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The Most Wasteful Infrastructure Bill Ever?

Post by Riddick » 11-13-2021 12:16 AM

The $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will be signed into law by President Biden on Monday. If it is like past infrastructure bills, with all the waste endemic to previous spendathons, considerably less than 100 cents on the dollar will be spent wisely.

In fact, a White House Fact Sheet has made explicit many of the spending choices will be climate policy-driven. If the administration’s obsession with apocalyptic climate change is misplaced, then so will the choices that support it, and we will be left with a lot of spending but not a lot of infrastructure improvements.

For example, the $17 billion to improve America’s ports may sound like a good idea in light of all the supply chain problems the nation is currently experiencing. However, a close look at the port provisions in the bill reveals several climate-related priorities that won’t do a thing to improve the flow of goods, such as funds to transition ports away from using fossil fuels and toward renewable electricity.

Likewise, a good bit of the $70 billion targeted for improving America’s electric grid will be wasted. The bill steers much of the funds to green projects, like transmission lines bringing additional wind energy from remote areas to customers—investments unlikely to do much good, given the intermittent and unreliable nature of wind power.

Past federal spending on public transit has always been out of proportion to actual ridership, but the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act really goes off the deep end. The spending per transit user is likely to go through the roof, especially in a post-COVID world where even fewer Americans than before are likely to prefer packing into buses and trains over taking their own cars.

There is plenty of infrastructure funding directed at low-income communities, but once again, climate considerations take precedence. For example, the bill provides $7.5 billion in subsidies for electric vehicle charging stations, and includes requirements that poor inner-city neighborhoods get their share.

Yet, few residents in these communities have electric vehicles, and there is little reason to expect that to change. Most likely, these expensive charging stations will sit unused in the middle of communities with more pressing needs.

Past infrastructure bills were hardly models of efficiency. But the climate provisions in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act suggests this will yield even less bang for the buck.

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