Wouldn't it be something, though, if Biden shocked the world and charted a brand new course?
In his August 26 article, “California, We Can’t Go On Like This,” The New York Times columnist Farhad Manjoo said that "the nation's most populous state" was also failing to live sustainably. Readers were quick to point out that Manjoo failed to make the connection between the two.
"Faster buses. Plentiful parking. Cleaner air." Those are just a few of the ways The New York Times describes life in the great city of New York during this pandemic-induced traffic time out. There's even birdsong! But just as everyone expects traffic, congestion, and pollution to rise once the outbreak has subsided, our population will also continue to do so, zooming past 400 million in the next four decades, as long as immigration policies remain unchanged.
"A big mistake." "Folly." "Insane." "Death knell." "Political malpractice." Is anyone playing to win on immigration?
A New York Times report has sparked a national discussion about traffic emissions. To be effective, concerned parties must pay attention to both individual consumption and the number of individual consumers. Inevitably, that will mean challenging Congress' immigration policies.