What is the Green New Deal?

“When President Donald Trump opted to pull out of the Paris Accord, his decision was met by new cries for environmental control and the formation of the Green New Deal.”

“As developed by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Edward Markey, the Green New Deal contained a list of goals for America to achieve within a span of ten years. They included (1) a ban on all fossil fuel; (2) the elimination of nuclear energy; (3) the outlawing of combustion-engine vehicles, such as gasoline-fueled cars, trucks, and airplanes; (4) the replacement of air travel with railroad service; (5) the guarantee of jobs that would provide a “family-sustaining wage, family and medical leave, vacations, and a pension” for all Americans; (6) a ban on beef, since “farting cows” represented a health hazard;31 and (7) free college education for all, even those who lack an aptitude for academics”

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The Phantom Virus
Rodney Howard-Browne
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From Petroleum Pusher To “environmental champion”

“The Sierra Club, one of the principal recipients of the Rockefeller largesse, became the most effective organization in promoting zero economic growth by blocking the construction of refineries, airports, shopping centers, apartment buildings, and every other form of development. Thanks to this one agency, hundreds of thousands of workers in the United States lost their jobs.12 The Rockefeller fortune now flowed from the fossil fuel companies that they created into green energy companies and mutual funds with an “environmental” focus. By 2018, the family had divested itself of its oil interests. Such a move was prudent since the companies the Rockefellers had created were now faced with increased regulatory and litigation risk.13”

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The Phantom Virus
Rodney Howard-Browne
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Why US University Students Are Being Brainwashed

“The wheels of academia were also greased. Since universities and colleges throughout the country also relied on Rockefeller funding, environmental courses became mandatory, and students were indoctrinated into believing that they must take an active part in combating capitalism, since the American form of economies was transforming the globe into a fetid cesspool”

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The Phantom Virus
Rodney Howard-Browne
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The Most Controversial Fashion of the year

The Face Mask

This year’s most divisive and controversial article, the mask. Some governments have dictated its use by their citizens during the Wuhan Corona Virus (COVID-19) fears. Others have recommended. People have been shot, punched, and abused for not wearing one. Political extremists have debated its effectiveness. Gyms have asked fitness buffs to exercise with their faces covered. Four people in Japan have died from such asphyxiation.

You want to wear a mask? Wear it. You want to walk around normally?Skip the mask. There is no reason why people should forced others either way. Don’t let a debatably effective piece of material alienate you from other people.

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We want to take a moment to speak candidly about the tragedy that is enveloping our country right now. To our Black community members, we recognize your pain and feelings of fatigue over the injustices you face every day. The color of your skin should not impact how you are treated.

Acts of injustice against Black Americans — including George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Christian Cooper, and countless others — have created an inflection point. This is a call to action for each and every one of us to do better, to speak up, and to be part of the solution.

Systemic racism is deeply rooted in our society, and it’s important that Lyft supports organizations that fight it. As part of our continued commitment to communities of color through LyftUp, our transportation access initiative, we’re providing $500,000 in ride credit to national civil rights organizations who have been working to facilitate essential transportation and equitable access during the recent crises (National Urban League, NAACP, National Action Network, Black Women’s Roundtable and National Bail Fund Network). In Minneapolis specifically, we will be donating LyftUp ride credit to Lake Street Council to facilitate rides to volunteers assisting with rebuilding efforts.

We care deeply about your safety, and the safety of drivers, and want to make sure we’re not putting anyone in harm’s way. If you plan to ride, please check your local news before you head out.

We are committed to being a part of the solution. Thank you for being a part of our community.

John & Logan
Lyft co-founders