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    How many children will the new executive order feed, and how much to pay expenses to get it there. I wanna see an audit. How he chooses who gets what. We need online expense accounting....for many things. They do say it is our money and our government, right?

    Change is always tough. At his age, maybe I'll run next time around. Ha!

    OOps! Adjectives. How about "superficial"?
     
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    Looks like he wants to mess with the balance of power in the Middle East now. Hope he doesn't forget about Hezbollah, dancing with Iranian Revolutionary Guards trying to set up camp against Israel. Yemen fighting Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Wanting to redo the Jamal murder. Slow down, you are trying to move too fast in complicated situations. Try to better learn the complications before trying to do things your way. This new world order will not be orderly.
     
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    The words "fake" and "weak" come to mind.

    Fake does not imply election rigging but rather that people did not vote for Biden. They voted against Trump and it did not matter who his opponent was. The same with Harris - she got the job because of her gender and skin color, not because she was best qualified or at least popular. So they are both faking it.

    Weak can be said when the best achievement expected from Biden is that he will not die till the end of his term. He will be rubber stamping democratic agenda without even reading it. And if he ever dares to disagree he can easily be disposed of via 25th amendment.
     
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    Date: Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021
    Contact: Interior_Press@ios.doi.gov

    FACT SHEET: President Biden to Take Action to Uphold Commitment to Restore Balance on Public Lands and Waters, Invest in Clean Energy Future

    WASHINGTON, D.C. —
    President Joe Biden will sign an Executive Order today that will help restore balance on public lands and waters, create jobs, and provide a path to align the management of America’s public lands and waters with our nation’s climate, conservation, and clean energy goals.

    In implementing the Executive Order, the Department of the Interior will engage diverse stakeholders across the country, as well as conduct formal consultation with Tribes in recognition of the U.S. government’s trust responsibilities.

    HITTING PAUSE ON NEW OIL AND GAS LEASING

    The Executive Order will direct the Department of the Interior to pause new oil and natural gas leasing on public lands and offshore waters, concurrent with a comprehensive review of the federal oil and gas program. The targeted pause does not impact existing operations or permits for valid, existing leases, which are continuing to be reviewed and approved. The order does not restrict energy activities on private or state lands, or lands that the United States holds in trust or restricted status for Tribes or individual Indians.

    The President’s action will provide a chance to review the federal oil and gas program to ensure that it serves the public interest and to restore balance on America’s public lands and waters to benefit current and future generations. Fossil fuel extraction on public lands accounts for nearly a quarter of all U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. Irresponsible leasing of public lands and waters impacts communities’ access to clean air, clean water, and outdoor recreation; carves up important wildlife habitat; and threatens cultural and sacred sites. Multiple bills in Congress have been introduced in recent years to reform the outdated program, including those to better ensure the public is not shut out of land management and leasing decisions; to address the mounting cleanup and remediation costs of orphan wells scattered across the country; and to provide a fair return to taxpayers for the use of their resources.

    The oil and gas industry has stockpiled millions of acres of leases on public lands and waters.

    • Onshore, of the more than 26 million acres under lease to the oil and gas industry, nearly 13.9 million (or 53%) of those acres are unused and non-producing.
    • Offshore, of the more than 12 million acres of public waters under lease, over 9.3 million (or 77%) of those acres are unused and non-producing.
    • Onshore and offshore, the oil and gas industry is sitting on approximately 7,700 unused, approved permits to drill.
    The Trump administration conducted a fire sale of public lands and waters, offering more than 25 million acres onshore during the past four years, 5.6 million of which were purchased. Offshore, more than 78 million acres were offered for lease to oil, gas, and mineral development offshore, and only 5 million acres were purchased.

    CREATING JOBS BY INVESTING IN RENEWABLE ENERGY & RESTORATION

    As part of President Biden’s efforts to Build Back Better and pursue a clean energy future, the administration has committed to making investments to create millions of family-supporting and union jobs in clean energy generation, land restoration, abandoned mine cleanup, plugging of orphan oil and gas wells, energy efficiency, clean transportation, advanced manufacturing, and sustainable agriculture across America. Today’s Executive Order will call for the Interior Department to identify steps to accelerate responsible development of renewable energy on public lands and waters, including setting a goal to double renewable energy production from offshore wind by 2030. The Department will immediately begin a review of processes and procedures to date as it re-invests in a rigorous renewable energy program.

    It also calls for the establishment of a new Climate Conservation Corps Initiative to put a new generation of Americans to work conserving and restoring public lands and waters, increasing reforestation, increasing carbon sequestration in the agricultural sector, protecting biodiversity, improving access to recreation, and addressing the changing climate.

    CONSERVING 30% OF AMERICA’S LANDS AND OCEAN BY 2030

    The Executive Action will direct the Interior Department to outline steps to achieve the President’s commitment to conserve at least 30% each of our lands and waters by the year 2030, as recommended by scientists, in order to safeguard our health, food supplies, biodiversity, and the prosperity of every community. Interior will undertake the process with broad engagement, including agricultural and forest landowners, fishermen, outdoor enthusiasts, sovereign Tribal nations, States, Territories, local officials, and others to identify strategies that reflect the priorities of all communities.

    The Biden Administration will work to achieve this 30x30 goal by supporting local, state, private, and tribally led nature conservation and restoration efforts that are underway across America. Over the coming months, Interior will evaluate how to best measure and assess the country’s progress toward the 30x30 goal, to properly account for the many innovative and effective ways that communities are conserving their lands and waters for current and future generations. Interior will consider ways to achieve more equitable access to nature and its benefits for all people in America.

    Approximately 60% of land in the continental U.S. is in a natural state, but we are losing a football field worth of it every 30 seconds. The decline of nature threatens wildlife; across the globe, approximately one million animal and plant species are at risk of extinction in the coming decades, including one-third of U.S. wildlife.

    The U.S. Geological Survey reports that only 12% of lands are permanently protected. Studies show that roughly 23% of America’s ocean is currently strongly protected, with the vast majority of ocean protections found in the western Pacific Ocean.

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    Executive Orders sometimes create public interest, actually help with our nation's responsibilities, and I like this. I HOPE there was no trash thrown in with it. This gets my praise. Instead of losing a football field every thirty seconds, we need to add another 18% to our existing 12% of lands permanently protected. Thanks, Mr. President
     
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    I was hoping someone could help me out. The Biden "green initiative" has already cost an immediate 60,000 high paying jobs (source: reality and any source that even remotely reports the truth), Gasoline prices, where I live, are already up 25% (source: gas pumps) this is ultimately going to require importing more fossil fuels from places we don't typically consider friendly, providing them with cash flow they can use to make American lives even worse. America has led the world in emissions reductions for the last 4 years (source: reality) so why is this all good again? While I am tying up bandwidth could someone then go on to explain why Biden reversing Trump's order to lower the cost of Epi-pens and hence having them cost more is a good idea? Just curious.
     
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    “The U.S. and the coalition are planning to collaborate on building up legitimate Yemeni forces to defend the Yemeni people, secure their country’s borders, and contribute to counter al-Qaida and ISIS efforts in Yemen and the region,” then-Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said at the time." copied from
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    US ends support for Saudi-led war in Yemen
    By: Howard Altman and Joe Gould   8 hours ago

    Nearsighted. Houthi rebels are supported by the Iranian regime. Make no excuses: there will be great difficulties keeping our help from helping Houthi rebels and Iran. "Since 2015, the Arab Sunni nations of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have led a coalition of states in Yemen against rebel Houthi forces, which are backed by the Shia government of Iran. Aligned with former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, the Houthis took over Yemen’s capital, Sanaa, in September 2014." unquote

    Sunni vs Shia. Iran is slowly trying to take partial control from Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, and everywhere else they can. If Iran gains control with Yemen, it will be all bad business for world trade and oil. Look at a map.
     
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    I just know everyone would want ALL the facts on green energy! The source(s) for this are: Snopes, the BBC, NPR, Bloomberg, Getty Images and the L.A. Times to mention just 6 that couldn't possibly be construed as "Conservative". I won't consume a lot of your time but one could do an internet search on Windmill blade landfill (Wyoming) and see that the worn out blades are being cut up, transported and dumped in a landfill which is then covered with sand knowing of course they are never going to degrade. So the fact that wind turbines have never been nor will they ever be green there is now the energy to get them off the tower (large crane) energy to cut them up, transportation to the landfill and the energy to move the sand to bury them. And as you all know that doesn't take into account the numbers of birds that are killed every year by the turbines. To the point that during the Obama administration they passed a law that the wind farm owners can't be held liable (civilly or legally) for the Bald Eagles that get killed. Again I just knew you'd want to know this.
     
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    Thanks. There are a lot of un-spoken situations to be dealt with. Most raw materials are recycled. Burying such things at a landfill is a waste of resources. Please just quote the article on say, the BBC, so I can read it. The Bald Eagle is our national bird.
    Airplanes kill birds, too.
     
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    Already growing to dislike Cori Bush and think she needs anger management classes, just watching her face.
     
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    Lopsided.

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    "African Americans are the second largest racial minority, comprising an estimated 13.4% of the population. The White, non-Hispanic or Latino population make up 61% of the nation's total, with the total White population (including White Hispanics and Latinos) being 77%.
    Self-identified race: Percent of population
    Hispanic and Latino (of any race): 18.5%
    Non-Hispanic white: 60.1%
    Black or African American: 13.4%
    Race and ethnicity in the United States - Wikipedia"

    Now read these percentages and realize how they get their votes.

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    Date: Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021
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    Interior Department Announces Additional Members of Leadership Team

    WASHINGTON — The Department of the Interior today announced additional members of agency leadership who will work to address the climate and nature crises and advance President Biden’s vision to build a clean energy future that creates good-paying jobs and powers our nation.

    “There is no shortage of work to be done to protect our public lands and waters, honor our nation-to-nation relationship with Tribes, and implement the President’s directives to secure a clean energy future,” said Jennifer Van der Heide, Chief of Staff. “Our new team members bring a wealth of talent and experience that will help us begin the noble work of building back better.”

    The newest additions join a growing team with broad expertise and reflect the Biden-Harris commitment to diversity. In total, Interior’s political team includes 50% who identify as BIPOC (black, Indigenous and people of color) and 80% as women.

    The appointees are listed below in alphabetical order along with their new role:




      • Molly Callaghan, Advance Representative
      • Chelsey Cartwright, Deputy White House Liaison
      • Maria Castro, Special Assistant, National Park Service
      • Alexx Diera Special Assistant, Bureau of Land Management
      • Judith (Judy) Fong, Special Assistant, Office of Assistant Secretary - Fish and Wildlife and Parks
      • Mili Gosar, Deputy Chief of Staff - Operations
      • Emmie Horadam, Special Assistant, Office of Assistant Secretary - Policy, Budget and Management
      • Danna Jackson, Counselor to the Director, Bureau of Land Management
      • Natalie Landreth, Deputy Solicitor for Land
      • James Langhenry, Special Assistant, Bureau of Reclamation
      • Amanda Lefton, Director, Bureau of Ocean and Energy Management
      • Abdiel Razo, Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff
      • Alex Sanchez, Special Assistant, Office of Assistant Secretary - Land and Minerals Management
      • Cristina M. Villa, Director of Scheduling and Advance
      • Caroline Welles, Special Assistant for Fish and Wildlife Services
    Biographies are listed below:

    Molly Callaghan, Advance Representative
    Molly Callaghan grew up in Florida and moved to New Mexico in 2015 to attend college. Molly graduated from the University of New Mexico in 2018 earning a double major in Political Science and International Studies with a concentration in environment and sustainability. She spent much of her college experience working to elect local and statewide candidates in New Mexico. Upon graduating she worked first as a staff assistant and intern coordinator, and then as a field representative for Rep. Deb Haaland.

    Chelsey Cartwright, Deputy White House Liaison
    Chelsey Cartwright served as Northeast Regional Political Director on the Biden-Harris campaign. Prior, Chelsey was Southern Political Director for Warren Democrats. During the 2020 Presidential Primary, she led as Southern Regional Political Director at Warren for President. Previously, she was Deputy Political Director on Warren’s Senate re-election bid and Director of Constituent Services for former Boston City Councilor At-Large, and current Congresswoman Ayanna S. Pressley. Cartwright began her career working for former Governor Deval L. Patrick. Chelsey earned her bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism from Emerson College. She is a proud native of Houston's Third Ward neighborhood.

    Maria Castro, Special Assistant, National Park Service
    Maria Castro was most recently a Field Organizer with both of the Democratic Party of Georgia and the North Carolina Democratic Party's Coordinated Campaigns. Maria also served as a Legislative Intern for Rep. Reives' office at the North Carolina General Assembly. Daughter of Nicaraguan immigrants, she was born and raised in Asheboro, North Carolina before moving to Western North Carolina for her undergraduate studies. Maria received degrees in Political Science and International Studies from Mars Hill University.

    Alexx Diera, Special Assistant, Bureau of Land Management
    Alexx Diera served as the Women’s Vote Director and a Regional Organizing Director on the Biden-Harris Coordinated Campaign in North Carolina. Alexx was also a Regional Organizing Director on Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign and brings over three years of experience organizing for several statewide and congressional campaigns in Virginia, Illinois, and Georgia. She graduated from the University of Georgia with a Master in Crop and Soil Sciences and holds a B.S. in Environmental Studies from the University of North Carolina Asheville.

    Judith (Judy) Fong, Special Assistant, Office of Assistant Secretary - Fish and Wildlife and Parks
    Judith Fong was most recently a Partnership Associate for the 59th Presidential Inaugural Committee. During the 2020 election cycle, Judith served as a Deputy Organizing Director in Arizona and Regional Organizing Director for Kamala Harris’ primary campaign. She has also worked with the White House Council on Environmental Quality, served as a field organizer for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, and worked at Dewey Square Group in Washington, D.C. A native Californian, she has a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies from the University of Southern California.

    Mili Gosar, Deputy Chief of Staff - Operations
    Mili Gosar has over a decade of experience in public service, working for the government and on campaigns in leadership roles around the country. Mili was most recently the Regional Voter Protection Director for the Midwest on the Biden-Harris campaign. She started her career in her home state of Texas, where she worked in the Texas Senate and for state and local government. She is a graduate of American University and the University of Houston Law Center.

    Emmie Horadam, Special Assistant, Office of Assistant Secretary - Policy, Budget and Management
    Emmie Horadam was most recently the Deputy Organizing Director for the North Carolina Democratic Party, and served as the Latino Caucus Chair. Prior to that role, Emmie served as the Organizing Director for Organizing Together NC, Organizing Director in Maine for Mike Bloomberg for President, and New Hampshire Organizing Director for Sen. Cory Booker’s 2020 Presidential race. She is a native Floridian, and a proud graduate of Queens University of Charlotte.

    Danna Jackson, Counselor to the Director, Bureau of Land Management
    Danna Jackson has spent her entire legal career in the area of Natural Resources and Indian Law. Most recently, Danna has been chief legal counsel to the State of Montana’s Department of Natural Resources and Conservation – the agency that manages Montana’s trust lands, waters, state forests, and conservation initiatives. She has spent the majority of her career in the public sector including as a federal prosecutor and a Hill staffer. Danna grew up on a cattle ranch on the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Indian Reservation in beautiful Western Montana.

    Natalie Landreth, Deputy Solicitor for Land
    Natalie Landreth joins the Department of Interior after 17 years at the Native American Rights Fund, where she represented Tribes and Native Americans in treaty rights, public lands, aboriginal rights, APA and NEPA cases. Natalie received her undergraduate degree from Harvard College (magna cum laude) and her J.D. from Harvard Law School. She is a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma, and a descendant of survivors of the Trail of Tears.

    James Langhenry, Special Assistant, Bureau of Reclamation
    James Langhenry’s career has been guided by his passion for climate change mitigation and adaptation. James has multiple cycles of campaign experience, most recently as a research analyst focused on environmental policy for the Democratic National Committee. Previously, he was a research analyst in the private sector specializing in environmental crime and corruption in the developing world. His expertise includes political and climate research, and he holds a degree in International Relations from Marquette University.

    Amanda Lefton, Director, Bureau of Ocean and Energy Management
    Amanda Lefton most recently served as the First Assistant Secretary for Energy and Environment for Governor Andrew Cuomo where she led the State’s climate and environmental initiatives and managed a portfolio of twelve agencies and authorities. In this role Amanda championed and advanced implementation of landmark nation leading climate and renewable energy strategies. Previously, she was the Deputy Policy Director for The Nature Conservancy in New York, worked in the labor movement for the Rochester Regional Joint Board of Workers United, and for the New York State Assembly. Amanda holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University at Albany.

    Abdiel Razo, Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff
    Abdiel Razo most recently served as the Staff Assistant for Rep. Deb Haaland’s congressional office. Abdiel previously served as the Communications Associate for the New Mexico Immigrant Law Center, advocating for immigrant justice in New Mexico. He received a B.A. from the University of New Mexico, double majoring in History and Political Science and a M.A. in International Relations and Law from the University of Illinois Springfield.

    Alex Sanchez, Special Assistant, Office of Assistant Secretary - Land and Minerals Management
    Alex Sanchez’s first job in politics was as an organizer for New Mexico PIRG’s clean air campaign the summer before she attended Cornell University. Alex served in senior campaign research roles for Governor Bill Richardson and Sen. Tom Udall of New Mexico. She then worked as Research Director and Senior Advisor to New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand for a decade. Most recently, she worked as a researcher on the Bloomberg and Biden for President campaigns. Alex was born and raised in Albuquerque, and is a proud daughter of the Land of Enchantment, where her family has lived for centuries.

    Cristina M. Villa, Director of Scheduling and Advance
    Cristina Villa joins the Department of the Interior from the U.S. House of Representatives. Cristina served eight years as Senior Executive Assistant to Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva, Chairman of the U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources. In her dual role between the Congressman’s office and the Natural Resources Committee, Cristina organized and collaborated with two distinct teams, coordinating local and national stakeholder meetings and special events. Prior to working in Congress, Cristina completed an AmeriCorps service term with over 1,000 service hours. A bilingual professional originally from Nogales, AZ, she received a Bachelor of Science from Arizona State University.

    Caroline Welles, Special Assistant for Fish and Wildlife Services
    Caroline Welles previously worked as the National Surrogates Director at the Democratic National Committee, working to create and implement the National Surrogate Strategy for the 2020 General Election. Previously Caroline served as the DNC’s Early Primary and Caucus States Manager, working with the early primary and caucus states to create an effective primary process and facilitate the primary presidential debates. Her commitment to conservation was harnessed through her family’s non-profit work in Eastern Africa – focused on protecting endangered species. She holds a Masters with Honors in Sociology from the University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh, Scotland." copied

    In case you missed my point? "The newest additions join a growing team with broad expertise and reflect the Biden-Harris commitment to diversity. In total, Interior’s political team includes 50% who identify as BIPOC (black, Indigenous and people of color) and 80% as women." Commitment to diversity my butt.
     
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    I still wonder why we have almost a Trillion dollars set aside for defense spending and yet I’m getting hit up by military charities because soldiers can’t afford healthcare or basic things like wheelchairs. Talk about needing an audit. Some people only want to see audits when poor are being fed but not when the poor are being bombed with the same tax dollars.
     
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    I doubt many poor children end up with half that. Bombing children with food stamps: there's a good one. Buying steak and selling it for cash so people can afford their fancy cars. Ask us to feed their children at school, them pick them up in an Escalada.
     
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