The custom shipbuilder Oceanco allegedly asked the city of Rotterdam to dismantle the nearly 100-year-old bridge, adding that Bezos would, of course, pay to take it down.
“I’m extremely proud to be from the Bronx, and I have lots of family and friends who live and work there still… I knew I needed to do something to help,” she explained.
Spending so much on fossil fuel subsidies compared to other programs seems indefensible when up to 80% of the US could be powered by renewables, in principal.
Reportedly, the tunnel was accidentally crammed with 90 Teslas instead of the maximum of 70 due to “driver error,” causing the epic traffic jam.
Expensive steel bollards purchased for the wall that Mexico was supposed to pay for are racking up $3 million a day just for guards to watch the construction materials oxidize.
Because of Manchin’s recent interview with Fox News, Goldman Sachs gave Biden’s bill a less than 50-50 chance of passing and lowered its 2022 GDP forecasts for the US.
“But do not for one second forget that @RandPaul has voted against helping most Americans most times they’re in need,” Rep. Eric Swalwell tweeted about Paul’s hypocrisy.
“It’s that what-if situation: what if they would have let him leave? He could have made it home,” she lamented, saying later that their children were not coping well with the loss.
“Seems a lot easier and cheaper to make an emergency fund permanent rather than pay private lender fees,” said Donald Moynihan, a public policy professor at Georgetown.
Republicans Join Pelosi to Pass $550B Infrastructure Bill without Progressives, Centrist Dems Block $1.75T Social Spending Package
The infrastructure vote was 228-206 with 13 Republican lawmakers joining most House Democrats. Six progressive Democrats voted against the bill.