Monthly Archives: April 2021

President Biden’s Key Address to Congress: Key Takeaways
By admin April 29, 2021

President Biden delivered his first address to Congress on Wednesday night — and sought to underline his accomplishments in the first 100 days while also laying out an ambitious agenda for his “Build Back Better” economic recovery program — branding the Infrastructure Plan as the “Blue Collar Blueprint”. Per ABC: “As promised by the White

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Earth Axis Shift: Climate Change has Shifted the Earth’s Axis
By admin April 28, 2021

Climate Change has shifted the Earth’s axis. That’s right. The Earth’s axis has shifted due to melting glaciers, an ever worsening situation that has “redistributed enough water to cause the location of the North and South Poles to move eastward since the mid-1990s.” According to USA Today: “Climate change is likely the cause of a

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India’s COVID Crisis: What You Need to Know and How You Can Help
By admin April 26, 2021

India has been gripped by a spiraling COVID-19 crisis. As noted in The Conversation: “There is no doubt that a humanitarian emergency is unfolding in India right now. India is a catastrophic example of a population that has certainly not reached herd immunity against COVID-19. The stories of a collapsing health system are numerous, with

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Biden Climate Summit: Key Takeaways
By admin April 24, 2021

On April 22-23, President Biden convened the  Leaders Summit on Climate  — a 2-day summit with 40 global leaders in an attempt to galvanize global Climate Action, recommit key nations to the Paris Accords and reassert U.S. leadership on the world stage and climate issues. On Day 1 of the Summit, the leaders of Brazil,

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U.S. Manufacturing Expands at Fastest Pace Since 1983
By admin April 1, 2021

Per the Associated Press: U.S. manufacturers expanded in March at the fastest pace in 37 years, a sign of strengthening demand as the pandemic wanes and government emergency aid flows through the economy. The Institute for Supply Management, a trade group of purchasing managers, said that its measure of factory activity jumped to 64.7 last

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