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  2. Its a great news for investing on education, its govt responsibilities to give relief to parents from education expenses, because many kids cant get education because their parents cant afford education expenses, govt should free education till intermediate, I am also a mother of 3 kids and sometime its difficult for me to buy books and other educational stuff, but I also prefer to buy from ReeCoupons by using Back to school promo codes, because I get discount and help me to save amount as well.
  3. Polling Data Poll Date Sample MoE Biden (D) Trump (R) Spread RCP Average 6/1 - 6/16 -- -- 50.6 41.1 Biden +9.5 FOX News 6/13 - 6/16 1343 RV 2.5 50 38 Biden +12 Quinnipiac 6/11 - 6/15 1332 RV 2.7
  4. What will happen next? Trump’s election in 2016 brought out women across the country to protest with massive women’s marches not seen before in our country. That agitation and energy was transformed into political action- the result was the 2018 election that flipped the House. The next election needs to flip the Senate and regain the presidency. Biden has responded to this moment in our history by moving left of center and looking to FDR as a role model for policies he will support and implement. Biden has been meeting with Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and others. These
  5. Why There is Hope At the time I worked as a prosecutor I did not know what could be done to change the culture of systemic racial injustice. But since then I have learned about restorative justice, community policing and many other ideas that work to shift the culture of policing. I no longer think the problem is hopeless. When the Obama administration left office, they left the Trump administration a valuable playbook based on years of research about how to implement 21st century policing. The guidebook is chock full of good ideas and suggestions. The Trump administration has totally ign
  6. 74% of Americans believe the death of George Floyd is a sign of a broader problem. Americans have become more aware of the harsh and unfair treatment of people of color at the hands of the police. The indefensible murder of George Floyd was a flash point that exposed police brutality in the most clear and shocking way. White Americans now understand that police are more likely to use harsh tactics with black people and that Ferguson and the death of Eric Garner were not isolated incidents. This growing condemnation of harsh policing, especially when it comes to black Americans, is par
  7. Biden has embraced the most left leaning policies in the history of our country. Read this Vox article: Joe Biden has a plan for that Not a joke, folks: He’s running on a transformative policy agenda. https://www.vox.com/2020/5/26/21257648/joe-biden-climate-economy-tax-plans If Biden were president right now we would have a federal plan in place to manage the pandemic using testing and tracing as they have done in places like New Zealand where they have NO cases of Covid anymore. That would allow businesses to open up without resulting in the deaths of more Americ
  8. The contrast between Joe Biden and Donald Trump could not be more stark. Trump has most recently engaged in a petty grievance battle with Twitter because Twitter had fact checked him about the outrageous lies he continues to push that mail in voting is somehow going to lead to rampant vote fraud. There is no evidence for that and Twitter slammed Trump with a fact check. So, Trump went ballistic. Predictable. Then Trump signed an executive order to try to punish social media companies that limit his so-called “free speech”, meaning: his fake news tweets. While Trump was engaged in his
  9. The Pros Biden is a man whose government experience in Washington and around the world is extensive and has helped him to create some remarkably valuable relationships. He is known and trusted by mayors and civic leaders in cities across the country, congressional lawmakers (even Republicans), and our allies around the world. Relationship building is one of his greatest strengths as a person. I have met him and his wife, Jill, in person. He is attentive to every single person he interacts with. It is not a show. When Biden speaks to people one on one, he really listens to them and is
  10. The Cons Some of the people running for president are more data driven and logical (Bloomberg) more articulate (Mayor Pete), and more inspirational and commanding (Sanders), more energetic and eager (Warren). If Biden is the nominee, he will be attacked by Trump and we will have to hear about Burisma again (yada yada yada). Hunter will be unfairly called corrupt. (Yada some more.) If there is a debate Joe might have to look down to catch his thoughts or he might have trouble getting a word in edgewise. He might not have a really good smart-ass retort. His jokes might be the kind you
  11. Still other commentators wonder if Trump is promoting this drug to help friends who have a stake in companies that sell hydroxychloroquine. Fox News host Laura Ingraham as well as other Fox News personalities Carlson and Hannity. were pushing this drug big time on Fox News for awhile, but abruptly stopped a few weeks ago after it was shown to be linked to heart attacks and death in some Covid patients. You have to wonder if they had a stake in companies selling the drug. And how about Trump’s own family? Do they stand to make money from the sale of this drug? Trump has a long and storie
  12. On Monday, May 19, Trump told reporters that he is taking hydroxychloroquine and another supplement to ward off the coronavirus. That caused a media ruckus because this flies in the face of current science and medical advice and, given that Trump has a heart condition, it might actually kill him. According to sources in the White House, and Trump’s own statement, he started taking these pills every day after being exposed to Covid-19 by one of his military valets, a man who interacted with him daily and served him his food. Trump claims he had a conversation with the White House doctor ab
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  16. Policies that support a high degree of regulatory efficiency are in place. The entrepreneurial environment is one of the most competitive, with start-up companies benefiting from great flexibility in licensing and other regulatory frameworks. The labor regulations facilitate a dynamic labor market. New Zealand has a vibrant agriculture sector with the lowest subsidies of any OECD country. Business Freedom : 91.0 Labor Freedom : 86.7 Monetary Freedom : 87.5 The combined value of exports and imports is equal to 51.3 percent of GDP. The average applied tariff rate is 1.3 percent. As
  17. Private property rights are strongly protected, and New Zealand ranks among the world’s top countries for contract security. The judicial system is independent and functions well. New Zealand ranked first out of 180 countries surveyed in Transparency International’s 2017 Corruption Perceptions Index. The country is renowned for its efforts to ensure a transparent, competitive, and corruption-free government procurement system. Property Rights : 95.0 Government Integrity : 96.7 Judicial Effectiveness : 83.5 The top income tax rate is 33 percent, and the top corporate tax rate is 2
  18. The former British colony of New Zealand is one of the Asia–Pacific region’s more prosperous countries. The center-right National Party, led by Prime Minister John Key, returned to power in 2008 and won reelection in 2011 and 2014. When Key resigned, his deputy, Bill English, succeeded him in late 2016. Elections in September 2017 resulted in a hung parliament, with the “kingmaker” and populist New Zealand First party subsequently forming a minority coalition, enabling new Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s Labor Party to return to power. Far-reaching deregulation and privatization since the 1980
  19. New Zealand’s economic freedom score is 84.4, making its economy the 3rd freest in the 2019 Index. Its overall score has increased by 0.2 point, with higher scores for trade freedom and labor freedom narrowly exceeding declines in judicial effectiveness and monetary freedom. New Zealand is ranked 3rd among 43 countries in the Asia–Pacific region, and its overall score is far above the regional and world averages. A global leader in economic freedom, New Zealand has generally followed a long-term market-oriented policy framework that fosters economic resilience and growth. The new governme
  20. Australia - Fiscal Balance Australian government presents 2016/2017 budget, revises upwards expected fiscal deficits On 3 May, Australia Treasurer Scott Morrison presented the Federal budget to the Australian Parliament for fiscal year 2016/2017, which runs from 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017. This is the first budget to be presented by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s administration and was announced approximately 60 days before the upcoming double-dissolution election that is scheduled to be held on 2 July. Aside from the political dimension surrounding the budget release, its actual conte
  21. Australia - Unemployment Employment rebounds sharply in November Seasonally-adjusted employment jumped by 39,900 in November, following a revised 24,800 job shed in October (previously reported: -19,000). November’s result beat market expectations of a 14,000 jobs addition and was driven by an increase in both full-time and part-time employment. Seasonally-adjusted unemployment inched down to 5.2% in November, reversing October’s uptick. Moreover, the seasonally-adjusted underemployment rate decreased to 8.3% in November, from 8.5% in October, while the seasonally-adjusted participati
  22. Australia - Public Debt Australian government presents 2016/2017 budget, revises upwards expected fiscal deficits On 3 May, Australia Treasurer Scott Morrison presented the Federal budget to the Australian Parliament for fiscal year 2016/2017, which runs from 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017. This is the first budget to be presented by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s administration and was announced approximately 60 days before the upcoming double-dissolution election that is scheduled to be held on 2 July. Aside from the political dimension surrounding the budget release, its actual content
  23. Australia - Exports Goods and Services Growth disappoints in Q3, held down by weak domestic demand GDP expanded 0.4% quarter-on-quarter in seasonally-adjusted terms in Q2, following a revised 0.6% quarter-on-quarter increase in the second quarter (previously reported: +0.5% quarter-on-quarter), according to figures released by Australia’s Statistical Institute (ABS) on 4 December. The result disappointed market analysts’ expectations of a 0.5% quarter-on-quarter expansion and underlined soft growth dynamics. Meanwhile, on an annual basis, the economy grew 1.7%, marginally up from Q2’s revi
  24. Australia - Investment Growth disappoints in Q3, held down by weak domestic demand GDP expanded 0.4% quarter-on-quarter in seasonally-adjusted terms in Q2, following a revised 0.6% quarter-on-quarter increase in the second quarter (previously reported: +0.5% quarter-on-quarter), according to figures released by Australia’s Statistical Institute (ABS) on 4 December. The result disappointed market analysts’ expectations of a 0.5% quarter-on-quarter expansion and underlined soft growth dynamics. Meanwhile, on an annual basis, the economy grew 1.7%, marginally up from Q2’s revised 1.6% (previous
  25. Australia - GDP Australian gross domestic product (GDP) is the most important measure with which to evaluate the performance of Australia’s economy. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) publishes GDP figures on an annual and quarterly basis. The table below shows the change of price-adjusted GDP for Australia, typically referred to as Australia’s economic growth rate. Overview Gross domestic product (GDP) measures the economic performance of a country over a given period, typically a year or a quarter. It is therefore the most important economic indicator to evaluate the country
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