World Vol.72 (U.S. – Chaos in Washington D.C., etc.) / Washington D.C. Vol.6

“They sent a message. That’s enough,” a man in a MAGA hat outside the Capitol said on Wednesday night. “Of course if we come back, it will be with a militia.” https://t.co/YDKStD8lKG — The New Yorker (@NewYorker) January 8, 2021 The United States has a history of violence surrounding elections. https://t.co/fiVh8rs1pk — The New Yorker … Continue reading “World Vol.72 (U.S. – Chaos in Washington D.C., etc.) / Washington D.C. Vol.6”

World Vol.71 (U.S. – Chaos in Washington D.C.) / Washington D.C. Vol.5

Congress has certified the 270 electoral college votes needed for Joe Biden to secure victory. Get the latest from the US: https://t.co/E2WeTgyXU1 pic.twitter.com/4AdhduvITL — Sky News (@SkyNews) January 7, 2021 https://twitter.com/BillKristol/status/1346941194316754951 Day 1 vs. Day 1,448 pic.twitter.com/OohffkCQrc — 11th Hour (@11thHour) January 6, 2021 Shocking scenes in Washington, D.C. The outcome of this democratic election … Continue reading “World Vol.71 (U.S. – Chaos in Washington D.C.) / Washington D.C. Vol.5”

World Vol.70 (U.S. – Chaos in Washington D.C.) / Washington D.C. Vol.4

From the Washington Post Editorial Board: Trump caused the assault on the Capitol. He must be removed. https://t.co/ZPHJGvmdTP pic.twitter.com/T9wqtBwJBx — Washington Post Opinions (@PostOpinions) January 7, 2021 A mob of pro-Trump extremists stormed the Capitol, broke through doors and windows, and roamed the Senate chamber. See what happened in the Capitol.https://t.co/U7MivoEJlh — NYT Graphics (@nytgraphics) … Continue reading “World Vol.70 (U.S. – Chaos in Washington D.C.) / Washington D.C. Vol.4”

Washington D.C. Vol.3 (think tanks, universities)

@AEI @BrookingsInst @CSIS @Heritage @CatoInstitute @CarnegieEndow @pewresearch @TheWilsonCenter @AspenInstitute @AtlanticCouncil @ACScowcroft @ACEurasia @PIIE @HudsonInstitute @WashInstitute @NewAmerica @EconomicPolicy @ceprdc @CenterOnBudget @taxfoundation @TaxPolicyCenter @CFTNI @amprog @TheStudyofWar @StimsonCenter @gmfus @WorldResources @BPC_Bipartisan @ThirdWayTweet @CIPolicy @securefreedom @afpc @MigrationPolicy @CREWcrew @McCainInstitute @IRIglobal @NEDemocracy @IFES1987 @urbaninstitute @UrbanLandInst @NewUrbanism @smartcitiesdive @IPS_DC @inequalityorg @ceidotorg @RSI @NTU @taxreformer @FreedomWorks @freedomhouse @CGDev @JointCenter @CSBA_ @jinsadc @COHAofficial … Continue reading “Washington D.C. Vol.3 (think tanks, universities)”

Washington D.C. Vol.2 (federal government, the mass media, etc.)

@WhiteHouse @SenateFloor @HouseFloor @StateDept @SciDiplomacyUSA @StateDeptPM @StateDeptCT @USArmy @USMC @DeptVetAffairs @DHSgov @TheJusticeDept @FBI @Interior @USTreasury @SEC_News @CFTC @CFPB @USOCC @FDICgov @federalreserve @HHSGov @USDA @FarmBureau @USGC @HUDgov @usedgov @AAUniversities @ACEducation @AASCU @APLU_News @Comm_College @USDOL @USDOT @ENERGY @doescience @CommerceGov @USTradeRep @FTC @USChamber @NFIB @NTIAgov @FCC @USPS @washingtonpost @thehill @rollcall @politico @TheAtlantic @DailyCaller @RawStory @WashTimes @dcexaminer @starsandstripes @cspan … Continue reading “Washington D.C. Vol.2 (federal government, the mass media, etc.)”

Washington D.C. Vol.1 (local government, museums, etc.)

@dcmayorsoffice @councilofdc @DCMOCA @DCMOCRS @DCDPW @DDOTDC @wmata @Metrorailinfo @Metrobusinfo @dcwater @_DCHealth @dcra @dcfireems District of Columbia Government Sites Is DC’s local government in the fight of its life? (02/04/2017) | @washingtonpost 6 questions about Washington, DC, statehood you were too disenfranchised to ask (11/08/2016) | @voxdotcom How Washington, D.C., brings science into local government (10/23/2019) … Continue reading “Washington D.C. Vol.1 (local government, museums, etc.)”

US Policy Changes Vol.38 (Infrastructure Vol.4 – public investment, sustainability, megachanges, cities)

Here are @BrookingsInst’s articles on infrastructure, public investment, sustainability, megachanges and cities. Excerpts are on our own. The Hutchins Center Explains: Public investment (1/3/2017) | Anna Malinovskaya and @davidmwessel @BrookingsInst WHAT IS INVESTMENT? HOW IS IT DIFFERENT FROM OTHER TYPES OF GOVERNMENT SPENDING? Public spending can be divided into consumption and investment. Consumption spending goes … Continue reading “US Policy Changes Vol.38 (Infrastructure Vol.4 – public investment, sustainability, megachanges, cities)”

US Policy Changes Vol.35 (Economy Vol.7 / Employment Vol.3: middle class, income, inequality)

Here are articles and radio programs on middle class, income, inequality, et al. Excerpts are on our own. The American Middle Class Meltdown (Radio; 12/14/2015) | Jacob Hacker… @WBUR Jacob Hacker’s Interview on Rising Inequality “Winner-Take-All Politics: How Washington Made the Rich Richer and Turned Its Back on the Middle Class” (Radio; 9/9/2015) | Jacob … Continue reading “US Policy Changes Vol.35 (Economy Vol.7 / Employment Vol.3: middle class, income, inequality)”