The Democrats couldn’t even pass an infrastructure bill with a super majority.
The GOP is absolutely raping our country with a single senate seat advantage.
It’s almost as if the Democrats don’t actually represent their base or fight for anything 🤔
From highways carved through thriving ‘ghettoes’ to walls segregating black and white neighbourhoods, US city development has a long and divisive history
MSNBC loses connection to reporter as he goes off on oil industry for robbing locals of infrastructure funds
They “lost the connection” of someone speaking truth about our broken political system and criminal acts of the energy conglomerates. How convenient !
MSNBC is absolute trash. It’s the Fox News of limousine liberals
Al Jazeera reporter Shihab Rattansi told MSNBC host Ali Velshi on Wednesday that fossil fuel companies contribute to climate change which negatively impacts some of the very areas that are most prized by the industry — like Texas, Louisiana and the Gulf Coast.
Amazon needs to be broken up! #antitrust
“With commerce rapidly moving online, Amazon has positioned itself as lord of the realm, which means that online commerce is no longer a market in any meaningful sense of the word. It’s now a privately controlled arena where a single company sets the terms by which we may exchange goods with one another and decides which products—which new authors, which new innovations—get to find an audience.”
Companies that want to reach the market increasingly have no choice but to ride Amazon’s rails.
Trump is putting Goldman Sachs first over the American people…
“Leading the White House privatization initiative is Gary Cohn, the former president of Goldman Sachs, who received a $285 million dollar payout upon leaving the bank and taking a job as the director of Trump’s National Economic Council. As Cohn has led the infrastructure privatization initiative from that perch, Goldman Sachs declared that it continues to look at “new business initiatives” that revolve around taking ownership of public assets”
President Donald Trump’s administration this week touted an infrastructure plan that would sell off public assets to private financial firms. Left unsaid in the White House promotional materials was any mention that the Trump aide who is overseeing the initiative comes from a Wall Street firm that s…
Consolidated Edison, the electric utility in NYC, paid investors $764 million in dividends last year.
Pacific Gas & Electric, the electric utility in San Francisco, paid investors $856 million in dividends during 2015.
Maybe these companies should invest in infrastructure instead of spending all of OUR money enriching shareholders? #nationalizethem
Major power outages caused chaos on mass transit systems in both New York and San Francisco Friday.