While I agree Biden will not really "fight" what others call Big Oil, he will do his utmost to destroy a fairly large swath of our middle class with his "meddling"...: Halting the pipeline between Canada and the Gulf of Mexico; encouraging state governors like California's Gavin Newsom to advance the fight against economic sanity by adopting any damn-fool method to virtue-signal Our (his) commitment to Climate Nirvana Utopia; You will admit that oil-rich failed or failing states -in the Liberal sense of yore- will benefit from a U.S. precluded from attaining energy independence?
Most interesting to watch your attempts to re-educate Oakdale. I am firmly convinced that he is absolutely incorrigible. Right now there is this rampant theory among Trumpites that Biden, as a Xi puppet that he is, plans to ban cows in America and introduce plant-based beer. This, along with reducing rates of coal and oil usage, would destroy the American middle class! It all makes sense!!
Right now there is this rampant theory among Trumpites that Biden, as a Xi puppet that he is, plans to ban cows in America and introduce plant-based beer. This, along with reducing rates of coal and oil usage, would destroy the American middle class! It all makes sense!!
NATIONAL VERIFYNo, the Biden Administration has not proposed a reduction in red meat consumption by 2030The experts behind a University of Michigan study are setting the record straight.Author: Erin Jones (VERIFY), Mauricio Chamberlin (VERIFY), Evan KoslofPublished: 6:59 PM EDT April 26, 2021Updated: 7:17 PM EDT April 26, 2021Facebook TwitterPresident Joe Biden announced his plan for the United States to reach a 50-52 percent reduction from 2005 levels in economy-wide net greenhouse gas pollution by 2030 at the Virtual Leaders Summit on Climate on Thursday, April 22. After the announcement was made, headlines like this one from the Daily Mail: "How Biden's climate plan could limit you to eat just one burger a MONTH," several on-air segments on Fox News and Fox Business, and a number of social media posts claimed that Biden's plan would slash red meat consumption in the U.S. by 90 percent. THE QUESTIONDid the Biden Administration propose a plan to slash red meat consumption by 90 percent?THE SOURCESUnited States Secretary of Agriculture Tom VilsackFACT SHEET: President Biden Sets 2030 Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction Target Aimed at Creating Good-Paying Union Jobs and Securing U.S. Leadership on Clean Energy TechnologiesHeller, Martin, Gregory Keoleian, and Diego Rose. (2020) "Implications of Future US Diet Scenarios on Greenhouse Gas Emissions." CSS Report, University of Michigan: Ann Arbor 1-24.THE ANSWERThis is false.No, the Biden Administration has not proposed a reduction in red meat consumption at all, let alone 90 percent.WHAT WE FOUNDIn January 2020, researchers at the University of Michigan released a study on the "Implications of Future US Diet Scenarios on Greenhouse Gas Emissions." It found that greenhouse gas emissions could be cut in half if red meat consumption is cut by 90 percent, along with a 50 percent drop in all other meat consumption.In a fact sheet released by the White House on April 22 following President Biden's speech on greenhouse gas pollution reductions, neither mention any proposed changes to meat consumption. While the White House did not comment directly on the claims, they did confirm that there are no restrictions on red meat consumption as part of Biden's climate plans or emissions targets. During a call with the media on Monday, April 26, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack answered the question more directly, saying, "There is no effort designed to limit people's intake of beef coming out of President Biden's White House or USDA. Sometimes in the political world, games get played and issues are injected into the conversation knowing full well that there's no factual basis." (from URL above)
VPN problem, maybe?
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They are vegans because they can. Throughout our history we haven't been vegans because we couldn't. Animal products have been a necessary supplement to our diet. Now we are affluent enough that we can forego it, and technology gives us alternatives. Thus we can ask ourselves: Is it right to kill animals for food? I find it likely that 22nd century people will look at our eating habits with revulsion.
He was not referring to Biden. but to the web site that is not available to him or me, and probably other Europeans, but is available to you and probably other Americans. When a web site is geographically constrained like this it is usually for someone's Intellectual Pillage rights, or for our privacy rights. As there is no media file, presumably the latter. Thus "good riddance".
When a web site is geographically constrained like this it is usually for someone's Intellectual Pillage rights, or for our privacy rights.
First person charged under Hong Kong's national security law loses bid for a jury trial - Tong Ying-kit, accused of driving his motorcycle into a group of police officers, will have his case heard by three judges hand-picked by city leader Carrie Lam - High Court judge Alex Lee rules the provision for trial by jury contained in the Basic Law overridden by national security law
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