The Monday Politics Thread Says It’s Infrastructure Week, Garfie Baby

President Biden to Sign Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Monday On Monday, the President will host a bipartisan bill signing ceremony for his Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The President will be joined by Members of Congress … Continue reading The Monday Politics Thread Says It’s Infrastructure Week, Garfie Baby

The Monday Politics Thread is Finally Celebrating Infrastructure Week

‘Finally, infrastructure week!’ Biden says, cheering $1 trillion bill A giddy President Joe Biden on Saturday hailed congressional passage of a long-delayed $1 trillion infrastructure bill as a “once in a generation” investment and predicted a broader social safety net … Continue reading The Monday Politics Thread is Finally Celebrating Infrastructure Week

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The Monday Politics Thread is Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Columbus Day Helped Italians Become ‘White’, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz Explains This excerpt from “Not ‘A Nation of Immigrants’” explains how Italian immigrants used Christopher Columbus to assimilate to American culture and whiteness. Teen Vogue Land acknowledgments meant to honor Indigenous people … Continue reading The Monday Politics Thread is Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day

The Monday Politics Thread Celebrates Infrastructure Week

Mudslide on scenic Colorado highway tests limits of aging infrastructure in era of climate change The physical alterations have led to road closures, hours long detours, environmental disasters and economic displacement. And they have prompted hard questions about aging infrastructure … Continue reading The Monday Politics Thread Celebrates Infrastructure Week

The Monday Politics Thread is Brought to You By Labor Day and Back to School Sales

History of Labor Day Observed the first Monday in September, Labor Day is an annual celebration of the social and economic achievements of American workers. The holiday is rooted in the late nineteenth century, when labor activists pushed for a … Continue reading The Monday Politics Thread is Brought to You By Labor Day and Back to School Sales

The Monday Politics Thread is Sponsored by Vaccine Science, not Horse Dewormer

The big difference between this pandemic and the one that killed 50 million people As Nancy Bristow wrote in her 2012 book, which cited Ravenel’s appraisal, “American Pandemic: The Lost Worlds of the 1918 Influenza Epidemic,” the pandemic that would … Continue reading The Monday Politics Thread is Sponsored by Vaccine Science, not Horse Dewormer

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