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  • Warren: U.S. Will Build No New Houses or Buildings Unless Carbon Neutral

    Presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) said Wednesday that her administration would mandate that any new buildings built from 2028 onwards must be carbon neutral. The post Warren: U.S. Will Build No New Houses or Buildings Unless Carbon Neutral appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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  • Iran Wants to Build a New 7000 Ton Destroyer

    David Axe Security, Middle East But can Tehran pull it off? Key point: Tehran likes to talk a big game, but it is unclear if it can build such a new warship. The Iranian navy announced it would build a new kind of warship -- a destroyer displacing as much as 7,000 tons of water, potentially placing it roughly in the same class as major American and European surface combatants. Be skeptical. Iran for decades has failed significantly to expand its surface fleet. The lack of resources that so far...

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  • We can’t survive new rent laws: A small-building landlord says reforms will lead to deterioration of housing stock

    New York calls its new rent regulation law the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act. In reality, it will destabilize and wreck the state’s affordable housing market. I know because I’m the landlord of a small building, and the law will make it impossible for me and others like me to survive.
  • What Will America Do About China's New Advanced New Type 055 Destroyer?

    Kyle Mizokami Security, Asia A new high-tech warship. Key point: Washington is rightly worried that the military balance is tilting further in Beijing's favor. The question is whether America can compete by building more and better ships than China can. Does the United States have an answer to China’s new Type 055 destroyers? Does it need one? On July 3 Dalian shipyard launched two of the big new ships, with some reports suggesting that the class may extend to twenty-four vessels. The ships...

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