The Best States to Outlive an Economic Depression – Ask a Prepper

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The world is facing the biggest catastrophe it has faced since World War II. As the Coronavirus spreads around the globe, governments and medical personnel are scrambling to figure out what to do. This unprecedented disaster is creating a lot of unrest on Wall Street, causing some serious losses in the stock market. On top...

Bernie Sanders in the Age of Coronavirus: We Need Him Now More Than Ever

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Bernie Sanders threw his hat in the 2016 Democratic presidential ring in order to wage a campaign highlighting the need for a universal national health insurance system and, more broadly, a government run in the interest of the common person, rather than the melange of billionaires, mega-corporations, and their campaign donors and political action committees...

Socialism for Corporations. Brutal Capitalism for Everyone Else.

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The coronavirus crisis is wreaking havoc on the US economy, pushing companies large and small to seek help from the federal government. As elected officials debate how to provide this aid, they would do well to remember the 2009 bailout of General Motors and Chrysler as a model of what not to do. The auto...

Andrew Cuomo should follow the path of Winston Churchill, not Rudy Giuliani (opinion) – CNN

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Giuliani himself has weighed in. “Cuomo has risen to the level of Statesman,” he tweeted, all but begging for a comparative analysis of leadership under pressure. In facing up to their respective calamities, each man recognized the need to speak the truth — and plainly. On the day of the 9/11 attacks, during a mesmeric,...

Rare M5.0 earthquake rattles Texas on March 26, 2020 – Only the third quake to hit M5.0 in the Lone Star State – Strange Sounds

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A rare M5.0 earthquake hit at a depth of 5.2 miles near Mentone, Texas just after 10 a.m. Thursday, March 26, 2020. The earthquake was reported initially as a 4.7 but was upgraded to 5.0 later, making it only the third earthquake to hit 5.0 in Texas history. More than 1,000 people reported feeling the...

The Plastics Industry Is Trying to Cash In on the Coronavirus Pandemic

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The covid-19 pandemic is forcing many of us to change our best-intentioned behaviors. We’re withholding physical affection, even when our loved ones are in distress. We’re not patronizing our favorite bars, even though they’re struggling to stay afloat. In some places, people are also using single-use plastic bags, despite the years-long effort to phase out...

Origin pulls plug on gas exploration in Northern Territory. Who’s next? | RenewEconomy

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In the last few weeks, we have seen a flurry of activity in the oil and gas industries. Fracking companies in particular have been trying to respond to both the oil price crash and the coronavirus crisis with a business-as-usual approach. In the Northern Territory of Australia, where there a number of exploration projects, the...

Breaking Transmission: The Fight Against the Coronavirus Offers a Strategy for Cutting Carbon | The New Yorker

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We’ve all learned a good deal about epidemiology in the past few weeks. In particular, the notion that staying at home can break chains of transmission, and thereby interrupt the spread of the coronavirus, is now ingrained in the minds of anyone who hasn’t been watching Fox News exclusively. My favorite graphic description of that...

It’s Time for the US and Saudi Arabia to Break Up – Defense One

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It was only a short time ago when Mohammed Bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s young crown prince, was assembling world leaders at conferences in the Saudi desert and impressing global investors with grandiose plans of economic and social modernization. Next month will mark the third anniversary of MBS’s PR tour around Hollywood, Washington, D.C., and New York, pressing the flesh with...

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard Waive April Rent for LA Tenants

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All sorts of celebrities have interesting hobbies and revenue streams that keep them occupied off-screen and away from prying eyes. Some are completely harmless, with no environmental impact whatsoever—like RuPaul’s 60,000 acre fracking empire in Wyoming! Others, however, are a tad more insidious. Among the stars of today lurk a group of people who charge...

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