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Most People Are Underestimating Free Market Advances in Green Energy

The United States must produce less than a billion metric tons of CO2 equivalent gas emissions in order to become carbon neutral. Today, the US has an output of roughly 6.5 billion, with 5.5 billion coming from the energy sector. While this may appear to be a rather dire situation, energy sector emissions have fallen by nearly 1 billion metric tons since 2005.

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All You Need to Know About About Sea Warfare in the 21st Century

With over a hundred billion dollars in funding, hundreds of thousands of sailors and civilian personnel, hundreds of ships in service, thirty-one ships under construction, and over forty more on order, the United States Navy is the world’s most powerful and well-equipped maritime force in history. Challenging the US dominance, foreign powers have begun investing heavily in expanding and modernizing their militaries, with China and Russia together outspending the United States on military hardware once expenditures have been adjusted for purchasing power parity.

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Making the United States the Renewable Energy Capital of the World

Whether you’re a skeptic of climate change and its implications, a climate-change denier, or a die-hard hippy with a flower in your hair, everyone agrees that cleaner air and a minimized human impact on the climate are positive changes that ought to be made.

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There is a large problem in the Arab world that is holding them back. This problem is not known among most people as it is taboo to talk about it.

If we are to improve the Arab world, we must address this elephant in the room.

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Libertarians are known for their strong and vocal opposition to war. They oppose the funding of war, the political effects of war, and the violent nature of warfare. It could be argued that libertarians are the only major political group which opposes all three of these things. Liberals have no issue with taxation, conservatives have no issue with violence, and of course, the corporations, bankers, and politicians (the elite class) love the political effects of war.

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