basically this. only 27% of republicans believe global warming is real and its due to human activity like fossil fuels even though its a literal fact like the earth is a sphere.
i would say this is due to
fossil fuel propaganda like from prageru.
general fear of big government and socialism. like climate change is a massive problem and needs global cooperation. many are convinced that means plunging the world into socialism lol
fear of change. like climate change will destroy many fossil fuel related jobs and those communities. they need to transition to newer and perhaps harder jobs
Granted, I'm sure this number is inflated by the costs of covid which won't always be a factor. But our deficit has been running in the trillions for a long while. What should we do to balance it?
(Yes, I realize it's okay to have debt and okay to have deficits. Just humor me and say what you think we ought to do if we were required to balance the budget)
The Justice Department on Thursday accused Yale University of illegally discriminating against Asian American and white students in admissions, a major escalation of the administration's attacks on affirmative action.
外围体育投注If Yale does not change its admissions policy, "the Department will be prepared to file a lawsuit," according to a letter from Eric Dreiband, Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights.
外围体育投注Yale said the school was dismayed by the allegation and called the government's conclusion hasty and meritless.
外围体育投注After receiving complaints from Asian American students, the Justice Department two years ago launched an investigation of Yale's admissions process. The investigation concluded that Asian American and white applicants are only one-tenth to one-fourth as likely to be admitted as African American applications with comparable academic records.
"Yale’s race discrimination imposes undue and unlawful penalties on racially-disfavored applicants, including in particular Asian American and White applicants," Dreiband said in his letter.
The U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly rejected efforts to stop affirmative action in college admissions, which the court has said can be justified as a way to achieve diversity in the student body. But such programs must be narrowly tailored, using race as a plus factor, its rulings have held.
Thoughts? Do you agree with the Justice Department’s conclusion?