February’s Texas Freeze compounded these problems, suspending the oil sector and the manufacturers who rely on it.
The legislation is a response to “what is happening on the West coast” where cities have passed energy efficiency plans.
Many far-right groups adhere to the “accelerationist” principle, that hastening the collapse of society will bring about political change.
Firms like Apple, GE, and Intel have been pressured to become the personal piggy banks of powerful “hedge fund activists.”
“We were just four and a half minutes from a total grid failure in Texas, which could have caused blackouts for weeks and even months.”
The problem isn’t that there isn’t enough food to go around, but that more and more people are unable to afford to purchase it.
“…people need to read the fine print in those kinds of bills and we may even end that type of variable plan because people were surprised.”
“It’s about privatization and profit.”
“We came dangerously close to losing the system.”
“Stop wasting money,” Scott complained. “I want to help people. Republicans want to help people.”