Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) has had a rough couple of weeks. Earlier this month, public outcry forced him to withdraw his bill to sell off 3.3 million acres of public lands. Then in a raucous town hall held at a Salt Lake City high school Thursday, 10-year old Hannah Bradshaw had two simple questions for the climate-science-denying congressman:
“What are you doing to help protect our water and air for our generations and my kids’ generations?”
“Do you believe in science? Because I do.”
Chaffetz’s weak and evasive responses were not well received by his constituents. #GOP #Environment #ClimateChangeDenial #Science #USPolitics
The raucous crowd wasn’t pleased with the Utah Republican dodging her question.
5th Graders are smarter than most adults.
I guess republicans brains have adapted to #altfacts
over generations. They cannot relate to a young fact hungry school girl
Trump plays down changes to NAFTA after meeting with Trudeau: Justin Trudeau and Donald Trump meet in Washington
Trump learned just how integrated our economies and military are eh?
Gen X 1 Boomers at an end, eh?
Then Trump says northern border isn’t secure…
Canada might need a wall, when the climate refugee head north… but I think something more like a moat, the wall and another moat. what do you think?
Under NAFTA rules, the cost of the project would allow both American and Mexican companies to compete with Canadian firms for the contract tender.
How do you avoid getting made obsolete by artificial intelligence in a time when resources and research are largely being funnelled toward improving that area of tech? By merging with the machines,…
apparently, we’re going to be Borg
Edison created the light bulb to extend the worker’s day of work.
It’s like the year that watches changed from Swiss to Japan, from gears to digital and then now there’s an app for it
There was no mistaking the distinct absence of any personal warmth between the two men. It was all correct, but Trump looked like he could hardly wait for the encounter to end.
Making Donald Trump seem boring counts as a win for Trudeau: Editorial | Toronto Star
Anti-Trump activists call a national general strike for Feb 17: buy nothing, protest everywhere
Trudeau talks trade under the guise of gender equality: If Justin Trudeau’s game plan was to deftly shift the discussion from issues such as pay equity and female entrepreneurship to supply chains, it worked flawlessly
Trudeau talks trade under the guise of gender equality
Trump posts fake Abraham Lincoln quote
I think it’s Frank Sinatra actually…the quote that Trump used.
The Forgotten Queers of 9/11
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