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Biden and his "Biggest bill on Climate Ever, Ever, Ever"

09/03/2022

The $369 billion Biden Bill on Climate is the biggest bill ever. It was put through with Biden's fellow senators and his long experience in the Senate of the US through the efforts of Senator Coon and Hickenlooper who took a new approach to negotiating with Senator Manchin appealing to his place in history and in the party. Biden said while signing the bill "Joe I never doubted for a moment." Senator Schumer of New York did the negotiations and persevered till the end when Manchin was on board. Adjustments were made to allow increase in drilling to bring down oil prices to create a win-win for all so that it could be called The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 as pharmaceutical prices would also come down with the government retaking the right to negotiate pharmaceutical prices lost under Republicans. It is also a Win for Europe, India, and the World.

Grouped Articles

Surprise Deal Would Be Most Ambitious Climate Action Undertaken by U.S.

NYTimes.com 07/28/2022

In Dizzying 24 Hours, Biden Gets Warnings on the Economy—and Hope for His Agenda

WSJ 07/29/2022

After Clash, Manchin and Schumer Rushed to Reset Climate and Tax Deal

NYTimes.com 07/29/2022

U.S. Would Gain Power to Negotiate Drug Prices Under Manchin-Schumer Bill

WSJ 07/31/2022

How the New Climate Bill Would Reduce Emissions

NYTimes.com 08/02/2022

Democrats’ Climate and Tax Deal Closes In on Passage

WSJ 08/05/2022

Escaping the algorithm based social media platforms TikTok, Facebook and others

12/29/2021

If and how it is possible to escape the algorithm based social media platforms TikTok, Facebook and others, harmful for girls and the young, and to mental health, diversity, and education that leads to upward mobility, is the subject of a WSJ series in 2021.

Grouped Articles

Tiktok: India bans video sharing app

The Guardian 04/16/2019

Majority of Covid misinformation came from 12 people, report finds

The Guardian 07/17/2021

How TikTok Serves Up Sex and Drug Videos to Minors

WSJ 09/08/2021

Facebook Knows Instagram Is Toxic for Teen Girls, Company Documents Show

WSJ 09/14/2021

The Facebook Files

WSJ 09/15/2021

The Facebook Files, Part 4: The Outrage Algorithm - The Journal. - WSJ Podcasts

WSJ 09/20/2021

How women can navigate the waters to find a family friendly workplace and get men to share in household chores. This is important for women's Mental Health.

09/24/2021

During the pandemic women increasingly stayed at home while men continued to work. Figures from Bureau of Labor Statistics show women ended up with doing even more household chores than men in 2020 compared to 2019. As a result women during the coronavirus feel worn out or burned out in addition to losing income. WSJ offers ways women can tackle this problem both by getting men to share in household chores, and finding employers who are family friendly as the coronavirus pandemic declines in 2022.

Grouped Articles

Women Still Do More of the Housework. Here’s How to Share the Load.

WSJ 09/23/2021

How to Find a Family-Friendly Workplace

WSJ 09/24/2021

Xi Jinping's vision for China

09/21/2021

Much lower incomes for the 40% of Chinese who live in rural areas, and the worsening inequality during the pandemic with workers losing jobs or on low pay, with China lacking a system of unemployment insurance like the US and EU countries, have created a new urgency for president Xi to tackle these problems. Glaring inequality with IPO's creating new millionaires or billionaires are frowned upon and president Xi personally axed the Ant IPO. After a crackdown on corruption involving about 1 million people, Xi has shifted investment to rural areas to improve conditions of living. State run enterprises are seen as more reliable in achieving Xi's vision of less inequality after the excesses of unregulated capitalist development since 1990.

Grouped Articles

WSJ News Exclusive | China’s Xi Speeds Up Inward Economic Shift

WSJ 08/12/2020

China Beat Back Covid-19, but It’s Come at a Cost—Growing Inequality

WSJ 10/21/2020

China Urges New Era of Mass Migration—Back to the Countryside

WSJ 11/17/2020

China’s Xi Ramps Up Control of Private Sector. ‘We Have No Choice but to Follow the Party.’

WSJ 12/10/2020

China’s President Xi Jinping Personally Scuttled Jack Ma’s Ant IPO

WSJ 03/20/2021

China Blocked Jack Ma’s Ant IPO After Investigation Revealed Likely Beneficiaries

WSJ 03/20/2021

How lifting of a ban on research manipulation of a virus in 2018 by NIH (US) and HHS is related to the transmissibility of coronavirus and the pandemic

06/04/2021

Research on increasing the pathogenic power of the virus by engineering part of its genome is seen as a possible cause of the pandemic in these articles in WSJ and other media sources, based on new memos released under the Freedom if Information Act. These memos by virologists to Dr.Fauci at NIH in the US gave their analysis after their first look at the virus genome for coronavirus. The lifting of the ban on such research by US Health ministry and the NIH agency in 2018 led to labs in overseas locations being funded with US funds to conduct such research.

Grouped Articles

Call for a Full and Unrestricted International Forensic Investigation

Group of 26 Scientists from Australia, France, Britain and the US 03/04/2021

Opinion | The Wuhan Whitewash

WSJ 03/30/2021

Did Covid come from a Wuhan lab? What we know so far

The Guardian 05/27/2021

U.S. Is Said to Have Unexamined Intelligence to Pore Over on Virus Origins

NYTimes.com 05/28/2021

Opinion | Anthony Fauci and the Wuhan Lab

WSJ 06/03/2021

Ban on gain-of-function studies ends

The Lancet Infectious Diseases 06/04/2021

Biden $1.9 trillion aid and US economic rebound by 2022

03/11/2021

The Biden aid package for $1.9 trillion, with over 50% going to ordinary Americans hit hardest by the coronavirus, leads to new optimism about an American economic rebound. The package cleared the US Congress on March 10, 2021. By the end of 2022 the OECD forecast is for a US economy that is larger than forecast before the pandemic.

Grouped Articles

Economy set for rebound as Covid-19 vaccine raises household and business confidence

The Times 03/08/2021

States Expected Covid-19 to Bring Widespread Tax Shortfalls. It Didn’t Happen.

WSJ 03/10/2021

What’s in the Third Covid-19 Stimulus Package?

WSJ 03/09/2021

America’s Battery-Powered Car Hopes Ride on Lithium. One Producer Paves the Way.

WSJ 03/09/2021

China’s Rise Drives a U.S. Experiment in Industrial Policy

WSJ 03/10/2021

Unexpected U.S. Growth Surge Could Unbalance Fragile Global Economy

WSJ 03/09/2021


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