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senate Bill S. 1260

Bolstering U.S. Economic & Geopolitical Competitiveness to Counter the Rise of China

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This bipartisan legislation would ensure the U.S. remains a global leader amid competition from China by investing in research and technologies that will enhance America’s economic and national security for the next century. It would also implement policies that will strengthen alliances needed to counter the Chinese Communist Party’s efforts to reshape the rules-based international order to suit its goals.

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05/27/2021
Updated: Protect our county’s future. Our country thrived and is still thriving from the return in federal investment into targeted research and development, STEM-like educational programs, advanced computational hardware, software, biological science and advanced manufacturing. … … … For example, the government’s long term research investments in aeronautics, tackling the high-risk, high-payoff research that most corporations would not risk on their own led to our country’s prior dominance in commercial aircraft production, contributed hundreds of billions of dollars to our economy, provided fundamental, new insights enabling many key features of advanced military craft, and provided core research capabilities which allowed single use rockets with single use engines with life expectancies measured in minutes or seconds to transition into fully reusable vehicles used for the space shuttle and the new reusable space vehicles being demonstrated today. Money invested had a great return on investment. There are many other examples of this on areas of artificial intelligence, super computing, data communication, earth observing satellites, the GPS satellite array, digital image encoding, compressing and transmitting (developed for space communication networks which provided the methods and tools adapted by the direct broadcast satellite industry. And then, all of the bio science advances leading to new medications, treatments, genetic understanding and new insights into his living organisms work at the protein precursor level. And assuredly many more. … … … China has become a world power with increasing influence through long term careful strategic planning. The trump was right to call them out for unbalanced trade agreements and their attainment of intellectual property developed by America by theft and coercive policies. But the trump’s approach was disastrously stupid and counterproductive. China is not one of his property’s contractors who he could bully out of their fair compensation. China needs to be respected and treated with the respect that they deserve as a rapidly growing world economy. They should be called out for unfair trade practices, theft of intellectual property and human rights violations because that is what we stand for. Instead of pushing punitive actions we should be negotiating cooperative actions. We can still insist that our principles be honored and also be willing to honor their country’s principles, agreeing to negotiate instances where they clash. It is not their fault that the worlds free market capitalists were essentially willing to sell trade secrets to get the lower cost of Chinese manufacturing. Their manufacturing is typically expected to operate 7 days a week with workers scheduled for four to five days a week in overlapping schedules. Let’s throw down the gauntlet and challenge their leadership with a fair, equitable and honorable competition to find ways to defeat the evolving Climate Crisis worldwide. Unfortunately, forward looking research has been suffering because the deliverables of high-risk research are not guaranteed and that worries the greedy instead of encouraging the entrepreneurial to invest more with faith that if a few are successful they will more than pay for the rest. A hard concept for most CPA’s to grasp, or companies with a this year ROI focus and no vision for the future. … … … The factors driving climate change have initiated the Climate Crises which is developing exactly as predicted with only the ice cover melting faster than predicted because of the soot from global wildfires on our west coast, Australia and Siberia being deposited on ice cover globally. We are a few short decades away from these processes becoming self sustaining with what are essentially global chain reactions driven by increased warming which will accelerate these reactions which will be unstoppable by anything that mankind can safety do. This will become the first ever man-made life extinction event with sea level rises of 23 feet from just the melting ice pack over Greenland; With the Antarctic and Siberia now recording temperatures of 70 degrees F, we can expect greater sea level rise and greater release of methane currently sequestered in frozen permafrost and the depths of warming oceans. Much of the habitable lands will become uninhabitable with daily temperatures exceeding 130 degrees F. Currently, vast pine forests in northern Canada are being ravaged by pine beetles because they are not seeing enough really cold days to control their spread. These forests are rapidly being converted to standing kindling for new expansive wild fires which will be extremity difficult to control. The point is that the Climate Crisis is real and there is not that much time left to prevent reaching the tipping point which is only an annual global average temperature increase of 1.5 degrees C away (We have already warmed the planet by a global annual average of 1.2 degrees C). There is little time to bring the Climate under control and whenever the world reaches net zero CO2 emissions, it will take over a thousand years for natural processes to remove enough CO2 from the atmosphere to restore our climate to what it was. This is a big ass problem that will require some common sense practices like composting left over farm vegetation instead of plowing it under, some advanced technologies like smart electrical grids capable of managing power from from many home based roof mounted solar panels producing power going to regions which cannot produce solar power. There is not enough time left for ad hoc methods because all of the things needed to be done must be done right the first time. … … … We face huge problems which we must collectively begin to work to overcome now. There are no second chances, little time to experiment and preventing the man made life extinction event from happening cannot happen without funding needed research, development, scale up, distribution and collaboration. … … … Biden’s initiatives taken together are remarkably strategic, synergistic and integrated which begins to resolve many of our country’s issues, prepares our populous to take on future challenges, provides a broad road map to the future and puts our country in a position to not only solve consequential world problems, but to profit by so doing. … … … Go big on this. The costs of going big on this now are insignificant to the costs of not going big enough to prevent a likely man-made life extinction event which is on the the horizon, with no-one knowing for sure that there are some collection of specific methods even possible to safely deploy in scale that can prevent a life extinction event or to reverse the climate back to the one we used to enjoy instead of being stick with the climate as bad as it gets when we globally reach net zero.
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burrkitty's Opinion
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05/27/2021
Awesome. Long needed funding for STEM technologies and R&D.
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larubia's Opinion
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05/28/2021
Very comprehensive and provides a lot of protections for intellectual property & human rights, invests in STEM education and puts manufacture of PPE back into America’s hands. I would have liked to see the manufacture of critical medications and the emphasis on developing clean, renewable energy sources that would put USA as a world leader. I see monies going towards NASA! It’s about time.
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Argument opposed

The federal government should not be attempting to direct scientific and technological research in an effort to bolster America’s competitiveness relative to China by spending more than $200 billion. Alternatively, the U.S. should stop trying to compete with China in economic and technological development and instead ought to focus on taking diplomatic steps to appease the Chinese Communist Party.

Freethinker's Opinion
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05/28/2021
“Personally I see the decline of America as 1) inevitable 2) a good thing. Kingdoms rise and kingdoms fall.” Funny that only in America you can make a comment like this, be a citizen, and be given freedom to do or say whatever you want and our government will give you property and monetary assistance anyway. True constitutionalist won’t even say anything to you because you have a right to your own opinion but hope you see the irony in your comment Nick.
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Robert 's Opinion
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05/27/2021
I don’t even know where to start. Maybe a reused statement like a billion here and a billion there and pretty soon it becomes real money. Most of this contains allocations for 5-10 years at the same billions each year. Pass a bill for the remainder of this year which end on September 30th and then just the next year budget which starts on October 1st. Most importantly Comrade Beijing Biden has told us when he ran for President that China was no danger to us they were like a third world country no military or economic problem to us.
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JTJ's Opinion
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05/24/2021
This is not the business of the federal government.
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bill Progress


  • Not enacted
    The President has not signed this bill
  • The house has not voted
  • The senate Passed June 8th, 2021
    Roll Call Vote 68 Yea / 32 Nay
    IntroducedApril 20th, 2021

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    Passed Senate, under the order of 5/28/21, having achieved 60 votes in the affirmative, with an amendment by Yea-Nay Vote. 68 - 32. Record Vote Number: 226. (text: CR S4049-4499)
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    Passed Senate, under the order of 5/28/21, having achieved 60 votes in the affirmative, with an amendment by Yea-Nay Vote. 68 - 32. Record Vote Number: 226.
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    Cloture motion on the bill withdrawn by unanimous consent in Senate. (CR S3977)
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    Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S3975-3980)
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    Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S3470-3471, S3476-3479, S3481-3484, S3486, S3492-3496)
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    Cloture motion on the bill presented in Senate. (CR S3416)
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    Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S3401-3410, S3413-3416)
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    Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S3318-3326)
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    Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S3175-3182, S3182-3186, S3187-3189)
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    Considered by Senate. (consideration: CR S2752-2755, S2757-2758, S2763-2764, S2768-2769, S2773-2775)
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    The committee substitute withdrawn by Unanimous Consent.
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    Motion to proceed to consideration of measure agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
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    Measure laid before Senate by motion. (consideration: CR S2568-2569)
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    Motion to proceed to measure considered in Senate. (CR S2555)
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    Cloture on the motion to proceed to the measure invoked in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 86 - 11. Record Vote Number: 192.
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    Motion to proceed to measure considered in Senate.
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    Cloture on the motion to proceed to the measure invoked in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 86 - 11. Record Vote Number: 192. (CR S2541)
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    Motion to proceed to measure considered in Senate. (CR S2535)
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    Cloture motion on the motion to proceed to the measure presented in Senate. (CR S2504)
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    Motion to proceed to consideration of measure made in Senate. (CR S2504)
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    Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 58.
  • Committee
    Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Reported by Senator Cantwell with an amendment in the nature of a substitute. Without written report.
  • Committee
    Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Ordered to be reported with an amendment in the nature of a substitute favorably.
  • IntroReferral
    Read twice and referred to the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. (text: CR S2070-2085)

bill Progress


  • Not enacted
    The President has not signed this bill
  • The house has not voted
  • The senate Passed June 8th, 2021
    Roll Call Vote 68 Yea / 32 Nay
    IntroducedApril 20th, 2021

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    Updated: Protect our county’s future. Our country thrived and is still thriving from the return in federal investment into targeted research and development, STEM-like educational programs, advanced computational hardware, software, biological science and advanced manufacturing. … … … For example, the government’s long term research investments in aeronautics, tackling the high-risk, high-payoff research that most corporations would not risk on their own led to our country’s prior dominance in commercial aircraft production, contributed hundreds of billions of dollars to our economy, provided fundamental, new insights enabling many key features of advanced military craft, and provided core research capabilities which allowed single use rockets with single use engines with life expectancies measured in minutes or seconds to transition into fully reusable vehicles used for the space shuttle and the new reusable space vehicles being demonstrated today. Money invested had a great return on investment. There are many other examples of this on areas of artificial intelligence, super computing, data communication, earth observing satellites, the GPS satellite array, digital image encoding, compressing and transmitting (developed for space communication networks which provided the methods and tools adapted by the direct broadcast satellite industry. And then, all of the bio science advances leading to new medications, treatments, genetic understanding and new insights into his living organisms work at the protein precursor level. And assuredly many more. … … … China has become a world power with increasing influence through long term careful strategic planning. The trump was right to call them out for unbalanced trade agreements and their attainment of intellectual property developed by America by theft and coercive policies. But the trump’s approach was disastrously stupid and counterproductive. China is not one of his property’s contractors who he could bully out of their fair compensation. China needs to be respected and treated with the respect that they deserve as a rapidly growing world economy. They should be called out for unfair trade practices, theft of intellectual property and human rights violations because that is what we stand for. Instead of pushing punitive actions we should be negotiating cooperative actions. We can still insist that our principles be honored and also be willing to honor their country’s principles, agreeing to negotiate instances where they clash. It is not their fault that the worlds free market capitalists were essentially willing to sell trade secrets to get the lower cost of Chinese manufacturing. Their manufacturing is typically expected to operate 7 days a week with workers scheduled for four to five days a week in overlapping schedules. Let’s throw down the gauntlet and challenge their leadership with a fair, equitable and honorable competition to find ways to defeat the evolving Climate Crisis worldwide. Unfortunately, forward looking research has been suffering because the deliverables of high-risk research are not guaranteed and that worries the greedy instead of encouraging the entrepreneurial to invest more with faith that if a few are successful they will more than pay for the rest. A hard concept for most CPA’s to grasp, or companies with a this year ROI focus and no vision for the future. … … … The factors driving climate change have initiated the Climate Crises which is developing exactly as predicted with only the ice cover melting faster than predicted because of the soot from global wildfires on our west coast, Australia and Siberia being deposited on ice cover globally. We are a few short decades away from these processes becoming self sustaining with what are essentially global chain reactions driven by increased warming which will accelerate these reactions which will be unstoppable by anything that mankind can safety do. This will become the first ever man-made life extinction event with sea level rises of 23 feet from just the melting ice pack over Greenland; With the Antarctic and Siberia now recording temperatures of 70 degrees F, we can expect greater sea level rise and greater release of methane currently sequestered in frozen permafrost and the depths of warming oceans. Much of the habitable lands will become uninhabitable with daily temperatures exceeding 130 degrees F. Currently, vast pine forests in northern Canada are being ravaged by pine beetles because they are not seeing enough really cold days to control their spread. These forests are rapidly being converted to standing kindling for new expansive wild fires which will be extremity difficult to control. The point is that the Climate Crisis is real and there is not that much time left to prevent reaching the tipping point which is only an annual global average temperature increase of 1.5 degrees C away (We have already warmed the planet by a global annual average of 1.2 degrees C). There is little time to bring the Climate under control and whenever the world reaches net zero CO2 emissions, it will take over a thousand years for natural processes to remove enough CO2 from the atmosphere to restore our climate to what it was. This is a big ass problem that will require some common sense practices like composting left over farm vegetation instead of plowing it under, some advanced technologies like smart electrical grids capable of managing power from from many home based roof mounted solar panels producing power going to regions which cannot produce solar power. There is not enough time left for ad hoc methods because all of the things needed to be done must be done right the first time. … … … We face huge problems which we must collectively begin to work to overcome now. There are no second chances, little time to experiment and preventing the man made life extinction event from happening cannot happen without funding needed research, development, scale up, distribution and collaboration. … … … Biden’s initiatives taken together are remarkably strategic, synergistic and integrated which begins to resolve many of our country’s issues, prepares our populous to take on future challenges, provides a broad road map to the future and puts our country in a position to not only solve consequential world problems, but to profit by so doing. … … … Go big on this. The costs of going big on this now are insignificant to the costs of not going big enough to prevent a likely man-made life extinction event which is on the the horizon, with no-one knowing for sure that there are some collection of specific methods even possible to safely deploy in scale that can prevent a life extinction event or to reverse the climate back to the one we used to enjoy instead of being stick with the climate as bad as it gets when we globally reach net zero.
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    “Personally I see the decline of America as 1) inevitable 2) a good thing. Kingdoms rise and kingdoms fall.” Funny that only in America you can make a comment like this, be a citizen, and be given freedom to do or say whatever you want and our government will give you property and monetary assistance anyway. True constitutionalist won’t even say anything to you because you have a right to your own opinion but hope you see the irony in your comment Nick.
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    Awesome. Long needed funding for STEM technologies and R&D.
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    Very comprehensive and provides a lot of protections for intellectual property & human rights, invests in STEM education and puts manufacture of PPE back into America’s hands. I would have liked to see the manufacture of critical medications and the emphasis on developing clean, renewable energy sources that would put USA as a world leader. I see monies going towards NASA! It’s about time.
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    This bill will go along way to restoring the US to a leadership position in science & engineering so I am relieved to see the US government is going to invest in education and R&D like other governments. Key to this is education with an improved educational process giving more people access to a PhD in science or engineering which is very expensive in the US and leaves many students with life long debt. K-12 needs to be strengthened so US students have the capability to succeed at the university level. Due to insufficient US educated students most companies are hiring foreign trained employees and sponsoring their green cards. https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2020/01/16/national-science-board-report-finds-us-dominance-science-slipping https://www.prb.org/resources/u-s-foreign-born-stem-us-scientists-and-engineers-are-foreign-born/ https://www.nsf.gov/statistics/2018/nsb20181/report/sections/science-and-engineering-labor-force/immigration-and-the-s-e-workforce https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/research/foreign-born-stem-workers-united-states https://www.cnbc.com/2019/11/23/as-us-college-costs-soar-some-students-find-bargains-overseas.html
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    Looking at this proposal it is huge, complex, far reaching, long term and very much needed. But it will never happen unless we get rid of the filibuster. Bipartisanship is dead. The Republican Party, at the national and state level is a joke. They think infrastructure is only about repairing roads and bridges and has nothing to do with people. They are more worried about Trans children playing sports than they are about the Jan 6 attack on the Capital or the fact that we are on the brink of the entire ecosystem collapsing for the sake of a mother fucking dollar . To imagine such a complex and far reaching Bill passing today? I don’t have any hope for much of anything good happening right now. And Joe Manchin can kiss my ass.
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    First we need to learn / understand that the $9.99 sneaker @ walmart is underpriced and the true cost is $19.99 with the difference coming out our back pocket for indirect costs such as unemployment etc Corporate accounting games let them get away with a myriad of loopholes to further decimate our manufacturing backbone We can do everything here and some in Central America so as to stabilize this region. By wantonly enriching China we simply shoot ourselves in the foot and empower others. No Apple does not need to make 60% profit! Google cannot get away with a 2% tax rate and Amazon & Walmart cannot push people to the brink so the government has to pitch in the balance to maintain a basic standard of living! We must also claim / recover the value of stolen technology and the cost of the pandemic from China
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    PASSED BY THE SENATE "Senate approves sprawling $250 billion bill to curtail China’s economic and military ambitions "The Senate voted Tuesday to adopt a roughly $250 billion bill to counter China’s growing economic and military prowess, hoping that major investments in science — and fresh punishments targeting Beijing — might give the U.S. a lasting edge. By Tony Romm https://www.washingtonpost.com/us-policy/2021/06/08/senate-china-science-technology/ ************* Revised: Jobs were lost beginning with Clinton and then Bush? Nope, it's one of the reasons why so many buildings are named after a conman with dementia from an earlier time. Point of information. American jobs began leaving in the 1980s when Ronald Reagan, the Trickle Down Communicator was president and his administration led a push for more Laissez Faire economics. "The White House is only telling you half of the sad story of what happened to American jobs" https://www.businessinsider.com/what-happened-to-american-jobs-in-the-80s-2017-7
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    The rise of China began in 1971 when the People’s Republic of China was recognized as the legitimate representative of China in place of the Nationalist government of Taiwan. Then, global free trade saw China as the go-to country for cheap labor and maximum profits, without burdensome regulations. This, coupled with the change in policy from Maoist Communist style to a more Government-controlled capitalistic economy fueled the economic rise of China beyond even their own dreams, giving them the wealth to build a strong, robust military on Earth as well as in space. Now that we have enabled the extensive growth of China we are faced with the task of reigning them in, both economically and politically. The only possible solution is a strong alliance, militarily, politically and economically of the U.S. and other like-minded nations to keep them in check. A “strong-arm” approach will never work. We do, however, have to accept the fact that China is and will continue to be a major player, politically, militarily and economically, on the world stage and work within that environment the best we can. The days of America being the only big dog in the house, able to force our views and policies on other nations are gone. We somehow must find a way to build a global coalition to better all humanity.
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    We need to strengthen our economy and our scientific advancement to better compete with China. China is determined to be the biggest superpower in the world, and if we don't continue to support technology and innovation to keep up with them, we'll get left behind. You have to spend money to make money, and this is a good start.
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    Need to work hand in hand to educate STEM students Competition requires education
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    Competition is a better solution than going to war.
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    Bolster the economy: Cancel ALL student loan debt, pass the Green New Deal, provide Medicare for all.
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    Focusing on education should be step one, step two would be our representatives focusing on working together because at this point their representation is what is beating down America.
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    We are becoming paranoid over China’s economics. We need to focus on our objectives. We need to focus on regaining our status with investing in ourselves. We need to boost our education system, by allowing teachers to teach kids to use their imagination and self striving. Stop trying to meet unrealistic tests by teaching the test instead of allowing research and imagination by the students. Being our schools do not buy books anymore, each student should have a tablet until the seventh grade then a lap top. No more books, no more binders, no more no books, all on a secure cyber system. We need to highly invest in all aspects of our infrastructure from roads, bridges, electrical power system, pipelines, rail roads, rail passenger systems, bus highway and intercity systems, our rivers,dams irrigation and hydroelectric, our communications systems, my list could go on. All of this will create jobs. Tax the hell out of companies that go overseas for cheaper labor or attempting tax evasion. Investing into our infrastructures, it will lure workers to higher paying jobs, some with good benefits. That will force employers to raise wages and benefits if they want to keep a good work force. One hand washes the other, so to speak. Investing in ourselves should be a priority for all of us. Profits over our country is shameful. But when you are making millions on the backs of workers, well you will have your day.
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    One question to the nay sayers: Do you actually enjoy being beholden to China? We have to be able to stand on our own two feet. We have to be able to survive on our own. In order to be an actual free country you have to make your own products period. Everything you buy...from medical supplies...clothing...dog food...cellphones...computers...cars and trucks...coffee mugs...the toaster...the coffee maker...parts to all your electronics...everything you have in your possession comes from China. We don't build anything on our own at all! A product might say Made in the USA when it's finished here which may only be the packaging. Does that sound like we are a free country? In order to be free we have to invest in ourselves. We have to make our own stuff! It costs money to make money. Anyone knows that! It's common sense! We have to turn the table and make our country strong and independent! We are very very far from that! A great example was the PPE's! We ran out and had to wait for more to be made and shipped from where? China! That was the other half of the 2020 pandemic nightmare! Do you realize how many jobs there would be here if we built our own stuff!?! So I don't want to hear that this is a free country! I don't want to hear that we don't need to spend money on ourselves! We could stop relying on China but to do that we have no choice but to invest in training...use the abandoned factories and other buildings that litter our country. It will create jobs! Let China buy from us! Until we stop our dependence on China we are not a free and independent country. We have to create our own exports to make more money but as I said and what has to happen is money. Just one more thing...in order to start your own business...no matter what it is...you have to spend your own money first to get it up and running. Nothing is free! It's simple math! It's common sense! It's life!
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    This country is put first, not the Chinese government. The CCP has committed atrocities such as human rights abuses, has used censorship to remain in power, and poses a severe threat to the sovereignty of Taiwan. Don’t let them get ahead of the game.
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    R&D should never be done or develop out side the United States. US Corporations complain that intelligence property is being stood by other countries. Well daaaa, Quit building stuff in other countries that’s the way to stop it. You think China or Russia care? Russia set up a operation for countries to share intelligence only to exploit intelligence properties, China just takes it. Why any company thinks its a good idea, don’t know that if it’s to good to be true, it usually is.
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    I generally tend to support scientific research. "Knowledge is Power" is true. But I must ask who exactly will benefit from this research? Will it benefit every American? Or will all the benefits go solely to the top 1% and their corporations? If this research is given gratis to large corporations without any strings attached, only the corporations and those who own them will benefit. This will be just like the public medical research has been privatized by Big Pharma which then charges an arm and a leg for life-saving medications & treatments.
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    I’m all for innovation, protecting American intellectual property and standing for democracy and human rights, which is part of holding China accountable and not giving in to their demands.
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