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Slashing corporate tax "a Trillion-Dollar Blunder'

Corporate tax rates and rates of tax for the rich have long been argued about.

In New Zealand major changes in the 1980s were supposed to result in ‘trickle down’ and benefit everyone, with more jobs and more pay. 412 more words

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US-Städte als globale Akteure - Das neue Gesicht der amerikanischen Führung

Der Dezember begann mit einem weiteren isolationistischen Schachzug der Trump-Administration. Die USA würden sich aus dem globalen Flüchtlings- und Migrationspakt der UNO zurückziehen. So gab es die U.S.-Botschafterin bei den Vereinten Nationen Nikki Haley bekannt. 932 more words

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Bloomberg’s rising terminal count signals hope for the beleaguered bond trader

Life hasn’t been easy for Wall Street traders in recent years—their ranks were thinned after the last financial crisis, and regulations since the subprime meltdown have made their jobs less profitable (and thus more expendable). 572 more words

City Leaders Hope $5 Million Bloomberg Grant Will Help Curb Violent Crime In Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Nearing the end of a violent year, city leaders are taking new steps to end the carnage in Baltimore.

Soaring violence and a skyrocketing murder rate have made Baltimore one of the most dangerous cities in the country. 400 more words

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America's Pledge: Filling the Void at COP23

During the COP23 Conference in Bonn earlier this month, a group of leaders from state and local governments, the business world, colleges and faith organizations established the U.S. 751 more words

Sobre Cambio Climático

Carl Pope Calls for Climate Hope

Carl Pope, longtime environmentalist and former executive director and chairman of the Sierra Club, came to Palo Alto on November 2nd to talk to Acterra… 130 more words

Electric Cars

It’s OK that Democrats don’t have a national climate policy

More than a year after the election of Donald Trump, the opposition Democratic Party still hasn’t found its voice on climate change.

That’s according to… 903 more words

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