No, that is not a viable solution to prevent a climate catastrophe. This would be a massive expense and financial burden on citizens and taxpayers around the world. Even if the allocated money was used to fund green initiatives to help reduce climate change, it would not be enough to fix the existing damage that has already been done. Additionally, some of the money could end up wasted on inefficient programs or redirected to other causes instead of the initiatives intended. Instead of reducing the impacts of climate change by relying on money, people around the world need to become aware of the importance of protection of the environment, make responsible decisions and adopt more sustainable lifestyles.
Biden is reportedly set to plead not guilty to federal gun charges related to a handgun found during a search of his Delaware home on April 12. The gun charges, included a count of possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, carry a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.
Vice President Kamala Harris said she and President Biden “obviously have a lot of work to do” if they want to win re-election in 2024. Speaking to reporters at the White House, Harris emphasized the administration’s focus on getting the virus under control and rebuilding the economy in order to give the American people “the […]
As part of FOX News’ lead up to the first debate of the 2020 election cycle, anchor Bret Baier spoke with Wisconsin voters to get their perspectives on the issues and candidates. Baier, based in Milwaukee, reported on the conversations, which highlighted the diversity of Wisconsin’s electorate. In particular, Baier spoke with members of America’s […]