I taught a university seminar in Cuba in the Fall of 2017 and found access to the internet expensive and controlled. I paid $ 5 (convertible currency) for an hour and state agencies demanded my passport ID to issue an access card.
This news seems to provide a hefty argument in favor of allowing more immigrants into our nation to sustain population levels.
I live in the Bay Area and in addition to the observations from others, I find it shameful to see the evident signs of inequality and homelessness every where.
The offensive strategy of the Democrats seems to be working. This is pure street smarts. Bullying (from the White House) is best confronted when one faces up to it.
The system doesn’t make any sense. It diminishes disposable income and penalizes all who chose the right path. The debt is undermining the ability of many of my students to attend graduate school. If this problem continues, I predict many graduate programs will disappear in the near future. Shortsighted.
Glad everyone is safe. Dissent is the creed of every democracy. I can only hope voters have their say against the reining totalitarian/nationalist impulses.
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