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Under Construction: Admiral's Row and Building 127 at the Brooklyn Navy Yard

When the Brooklyn Navy Yard decided to tear down a row of decaying, 19th century wood frame homes along Flushing Avenue in 2009, local preservationists were outraged. 945 more words


Physics, philosophy and why people don't want "Centrism"

For a while, it seemed that “centrism” was back on the agenda. In the US, Howard Schultz, the “burnt coffee magnate”, was considering a run for Presidency… 1,218 more words


Peter Foster: Mark Carney and Michael Bloomberg's 'sustainable' scheme to dismantle Canada's economy

This week, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, CAPP, holds its Scotiabank Energy Symposium in Toronto. The symposium is designed to bring the industry together with investors. 2,698 more words

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Another Inconvenient Truth

Michael Bloomberg has, to a limited extent, re-emerged as a presidential candidate in the upcoming 2020 election. He had, on March 5th, ended speculation on the subject by removing himself from the list of possible office seekers, saying that he felt he could do more to help the country in other ways. 1,251 more words


Tim Ryan, Michael Bennett, Michael Bloomberg and 37 Others Announce 2020 Run

EVERYWHERE – In a flurry of press conferences Thursday, Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH), former mayor Michael Bloomberg (D-NY), Sen. Michael Bennett (D-CO), and 37 others announced that they were seeking the nomination to represent the Democratic Party in the 2020 presidential election, adding to an already crowded field. 403 more words


Michael Bloomberg pioneers tracker of decarbonisation efforts

By Anders Lorenzen

Michael R. Bloomberg the founder of Bloomberg LP has announced plans for a Decarbonization Tracker to be used by utilities.

It will track the progress made by utility companies as they migrate away from… 333 more words


Businesses Need More Immigrants

A prior post discussed U.S. farmers’ need for more immigration. Businesses too are recognizing that same need. One example is in Texas.[1]

In late February over 50 Texas companies and chambers of commerce formed the Texans for Economic Growth Coalition, which is “dedicated to recognizing and supporting the positive impact immigrants have on the Texas economy as business owners, taxpayers, and consumers.” 170 more words