Exploring Hydrocarbon Depletion
Cog wrote:At a certain level its understandable. The benefits of fixing a road system or bridge that services hundreds of thousands of commuters a day outweighs the needs of a few hundred who are serviced in a rural area. But what I have seen is perfectly serviceable urban roads and bridges that just need repair versus a complete new build or other expensive option.
Financial leaders of the world's biggest economies dropped a pledge to keep global trade free and open, acquiescing to an increasingly protectionist United States after a two-day meeting failed to yield a compromise.
Breaking a decade-long tradition of endorsing open trade, G20 finance ministers and central bankers made only a token reference to trade in their communique on Saturday, a clear defeat for host nation Germany, which fought the new U.S. government's attempts to water down past commitments.
In the new U.S. administration's biggest clash yet with the international community, G20 finance chiefs also removed from their statement a pledge to finance the fight against climate change, an anticipated outcome after U.S. President Donald Trump called global warming a "hoax".
Revi wrote:Here is an interesting article about the Debt Ceiling. It looks like it might be a mess!
Outcast_Searcher wrote:Revi wrote:Here is an interesting article about the Debt Ceiling. It looks like it might be a mess!
The main surprise would be if it WEREN'T a mess, given the irresponsibility and inability to compromise for the common good endemic to Capitol Hill in recent years. And this is a problem definitely owned by both sides of the aisle.
Good article from ZH about Geo-political flashpoints or triggers. Any stand out?
asg70 wrote:"It treats the masses as if they are incompetent"
That's because they ARE incompetent.
evilgenius wrote: Freedom can only come from managing the situation.
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