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Discussion in 'Social Discussion' started by electrolyte, Sep 26, 2016.
and yesterday, christians were enthusiastically waiting for him to sign their bible.
This story could get crazy. Don't forget this tidbit from the Miami Herald:
Kraft, 77, was charged with soliciting another to commit prostitution during two visits at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, according to the Jupiter Police Department. Police said they have video evidence of his visits.
Did he take credit for writing it?
maybe i'm just old, but I remember being taught especially a male, to take hats off if one entered a building. Any building. I still take my hat off on the premise. I understand need for expression no matter the expression but whatever happened to manners? or am i just old and still believe in respect?
OMG, when are we going to realize the effect we have on humans and nature?
live tweeting here:
Sorry, but it says what I already knew ...
The centerpiece of my plan is the American Housing and Economic Mobility Act, which I introduced for the first time in the Senate last year and reintroduced this week. I’m proud that my bill has the support of two of my Senate colleagues. And I’m proud that an inspiring set of leaders — including Representatives Cedric Richmond of Louisiana, Barbara Lee of California, Gwen Moore of Wisconsin, and Elijah Cummings of Maryland — has introduced the same legislation in the House.
My bill makes historic federal investments to increase housing supply. It invests $500 billion over the next ten years to build, preserve, and rehab units that will be affordable to lower-income families. A big chunk of that investment leverages private dollars so that taxpayers get the most bang for their buck.
By building millions of new units, my plan will reduce the cost of rent for everyone. An independent analysis from Mark Zandi, the Chief Economist at Moody’s Analytics, found that my plan would reduce rental costs by 10% over the next ten years. And because my plan invests in housing construction and rehabilitation, the Moody’s analysis also finds that it would create 1.5 million new jobs.
How would we pay for this new investment? Simple. Currently, an heir of a doesn’t pay a dollar of estate taxes until they inherit a fortune of $22 million or more. I would lower that threshold to $7 million — which is where it was when President George W. Bush left office — and raise the tax rates above that threshold so ultra-millionaires and billionaires pay a larger share. Those changes affect only 14,000 of the wealthiest families each year, but according to the Moody’s analysis, they fully cover the cost of my plan.
Think about that: by asking 14,000 wealthy families a year to pay a bit more, we can reduce rents by 10% for millions of families and create 1.5 million good new jobs.
before we delve into those FB hits, remember history:
I know she 'doesn't have a chance.' But tbh, I don't know why. If people listened to her - she has the smarts, is tough, and is the most progressive candidate in the field.
I wonder if the debates can help her out in the polls. I think she's been running a good campaign so far policy-wise; she's basically throwing good idea after good idea at the wall hoping something will stick. But also the only people paying close attention to the dem primary race in March 2019 are people who are super political. I think there are a bunch of people in the general public who get polled and are probably like "uh I dunno. I know Biden so maybe him I guess?"
If she can present her policies well at the debates when more people are paying attention it could help her a lot because most of the actual ideas she's pushing are really popular with people. It's gonna be an uphill battle though.
Oh, the games those Texas repubs play ... is this a Trojan horse or a Trojan cow?
The Mueller Train has arrived.