Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Politics' started by LibidoLoca, Aug 4, 2020.
NPR - A Startup Is Turning Houses Into Corporations, And The Neighbors Are Fighting Back
NY Times - About 89% of Rental Assistance Funds Have Not Been Distributed, Figures Show
Just $1.7 billion in funds intended to prevent eviction were disbursed in July as the White House braces for a Supreme Court decision that could strike down its eviction moratorium.
Vice - Zillow, Other Tech Firms Are in an ‘Arms Race’ To Buy Up American Homes
Bloomberg News - Landlords From Florida to California Are Jacking Up Rents at Record Speeds
Roughly 75 percent of eviction aid has not reached renters: Treasury
This is still obscene and it's the states' faults.
Democrats are preparing to reverse a Trump-era tax move - and it could cut taxes for America's wealthiest residents
Spanish renters are declaring 'war' on the American investors that bought up all the apartments in their neighborhoods
Evictions on the rise months after federal moratorium ends
I think this was obvious already, but Dems are going to get swept in midterms.
Since the 1840s, the president's party loses seats in the midterms 93% of the time did you know that. It is almost destiny throughout history and it doesn't really matter what they do or not do. They should do more not because it will help them win the midterms - it won't - but because their time is likely out in the next year.
All these 'pauses' were just that - temporary. They were never permanent and were going to expire one way or the other eventually.
The severity is still a constant variable in this scenario. If the Dems don't do more the worse it will be. These variables are piling up to a Red Wave of some kind. I hope I'm wrong, but it doesn't have to be that terrible.
Well, there's another variable that needs to be considered.....in the past, both parties basically played by the election rules. That has changed and now one party is attempting to set up a mechanism whereby voting results can be overturned.
They really need to pass voting rights legislation, but Manchin is blocking that using bipartisanship as an excuse.
It sounds like there "may" be a shift in that, but, it's Manchin, we'll see.
Quartz - A construction boom isn't helping Americans buy their first home
Dave ‘got mine, **** you’ Chapelle.
Signs of a housing bubble are brewing | CNN Business
CNN - US home prices rose by nearly 20% year-over-year in February