The three major fossil fuels—petroleum, natural gas, and coal—combined accounted for about 77.6% of the U.S. primary energy production in 2017:
Petroleum (crude oil and natural gas plant liquids)—28.0%
Nuclear electric power—9.6%
We are trillion + dollar economy and have intense foreign relations that have to be managed in a challenging world. In reviewing this man’s background and experience, he does not have the skill set to be President of the United States. Check the fruit on the tree
Viewing the previews of this movie, does not look good.
We are trillion + dollar economy and have intense foreign relations that have to be managed. None of the democratic candidates, including Robert, have the skill set to be President of the United States. Check the fruit on the tree!
Because we are no longer rolling over and playing dead, letting other countries run all over us all the while giving them billions of dollars!
The government has no money except what the taxpayers, who are working hard for their money to support themselves and their families, send to the treasury. The safety net is to be sure one has skills needed by employers, not think their fellow citizens are going to support them.
Not free! Tax payer funded! Do the folks that think this great just want their paychecks forwarded to a government and the government will then send them a little allowance from the the money they worked hard to earn?
Very slippery slope Chinese are going down, first we hear about the rating system they are going to use for each and every person with consequences if the government doesn’t like their score and now this.
That certainly is not evident with the on the street interviews we see of young people when trying to answer these types of questions. Many fail miserably, some do quite well. It’s all in who is asked. I answered these questions correctly, but then I like civics and history. I would disagree with the classification of a couple of the “opinion” questions.
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