10 Sunday read – big picture

Avoid the eyes! Mine Sunday morning See Incompetence, Corruption and Policy Failure:

A Greenwashed: Electric pickup trucks are dirtier than you think The construction of an electric truck emits much more than gas. Where is the break-even point when they both hit the road? We decided to find out. (Drive)

A Meet billionaire and rising GOP mega-donors who are tax system gaming Jeff Yass, founder of Susquehanna and TikTok investor, has evaded 1 1 billion in taxes, though he has avoided public scrutiny. He is now pouring his money into campaigning to reduce taxes and support election deniers.

A The Biden administration has put pressure on the solar-panel industry But solar companies subsequently halted hundreds of development-undeveloped power projects, the New York Times reported in April, leading states like Indiana – facing rising energy costs due to inflation and the Ukraine war – to phase out coal-fired power plants. In favor of renewable energy. (Slate)

A Bitcoin is a vicious monster made of computers and greed that must be destroyed before it can devour the world, Part I. “Rows of cryptocurrency killers just want your money and they will fuck you any way they can to get it. You can’t win by stealing, manipulated games from you, dumping shitcoins at extra cost with offers of significantly less than উপর 0 on you so they can cash out when you make incredible losses – these are not their side effects business models. These are their business models. ” (Medium)

A The unintended consequence of trying to give black marijuana entrepreneurs a major start: Efforts to create a cannabis industry in the city that mirrors – and benefits – the majority of the black population have led to lawsuits and market collapse. Meanwhile, the rest of the state is improving. (Politics)

A Officers were ready with guns, shields and equipment – but there was no clear order: “If there are kids, we have to go inside”: Uvalade officers were ready with guns, shields and equipment – but there was no clear order. (Texas Tribune)

A Sick and struggling to pay, 100 million people in the United States survive on medical debt: 100 million people in the United States live on medical loans (NPR)

A Modern ‘redlining’ is driving some Texans out of their homes: Ten years ago, The multi-billion dollar push by the city The fruits of his explosive investment in a fascinating river to boost development in San Antonio’s urban center – a perception of former mayor Julian Castro’s “Decade of Downtown” campaign. Taxpayers’ dollar benefits for private development have been hugely successful – and critics say destructive – in the city’s economically isolated inner-core neighborhood, which has the oldest housing stock and the most vulnerable residents. (Washington Post) See more Do Texas Republicans want to be different? Good salvation. Good salvation. (Washington Post)

A Far-right anti-waxers are not just affecting Americans In the United States, the spread of confusion about the vaccine vaccine and treatment has been widely publicized, and most of these myths have come from some powerful influencers. Last year, the Center for Countering Digital Hate, an extremist group, found that 65 percent of vaccine misconceptions on Facebook and Twitter came from just 12 people, including activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and natural lifestyle influencer Joseph Mercola. The target audience is in the fortress of American conservatism য়ে in rural communities, among evangelical Christians, and among Trump voters. (Slate)

A Thoughtful lessons to untie the knot of a homeless crisis: Portland’s homelessness problem has now spread beyond the city center, creating a crisis of conscience for this liberal liberal city, which for many years has been one of America’s most liberal in investing in homelessness support services. Tents and tarps are increasingly crowded on the sidewalks and parks around Portland’s leafy suburbs. And discharges and waste from unauthorized RV camps contaminate Willamette and Columbia River reservoirs. Record (KHN)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview with Jonathan Miller this weekend to discuss real estate, home sales, rent and whether cities are dead. Miller is the CEO and co-founder of Miller Samuel, whose real estate-related data and analyzes have become the norm for the residential real estate appraisal and brokerage industries.

Summer has started with oppressive heat waves. Get used to it.

Source: Vox

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