Push for gst fu카지노 사이트nds to go to education (not “the environment”)
Eliminate the corporate subsidies and make public university tuition free at an official cost (not to private companies like Exxon)
Create a new system of taxation in the US that will directly address both pollution and greenhouse gas emissions to avoid paying a tax to people who are responsible for keeping the Earth clean, and to a larger number of families who are less economically advantaged and/or who live in high poverty.
For example, the following statement would be very helpful:
“America needs to increase its share of the world’s 카지노 사이트net energy supply, if we want to meet our international commitments to reduce global temperatures.”
Here’s a very straightforward example, since this is what a very large majority of the public supports and that the U.S. has actively promoted:
“The first trillion dollars that are created every year will go to help families who are not able to save, families that don’t make enough money to live on. The second trillion dollars will go to create jobs in our country to create good paying jobs, to help people who don’t want to leave their children with a dad who won’t be able to afford to visit the doctor twice a week. Those families will get $2,800 per month. For the fourth trillion dollars in income taxes, you will have to pay $200 per capita to the Internal Revenue Service. How much of the total economic value of the federal budget can you see as being attributable to the American people?”
So, if the U.S. was indeed to increase its share of global net energy, and if that was what everyone wants, then people would start talking about, not tax cuts, but rather taxes on fossil fuels, as opposed to taxes on fossil fuels, and on those that are not carbon-free. What can be done that would not, or at least need to be done to move the conversation on?
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