Marjorie Taylor Greene and Lauren Boebert are both members of the House Freedom Caucus. They both denied the results of the 2020 election and are two of the most far-right members of Congress. To many observers of politics, they are carbon copies of MAGA conservatism. Yet Greene voted to extend the debt limit, while Boebert vocally opposed the increase and favored putting the U.S. into default.* Medium
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Although still in its infancy, the USC Schwarzenegger Institute has already generated extensive media coverage in connection with its mission and activities.
Senator Dianne Feinstein is an icon and trailblazer in American politics. She is also nearly 90 years old and has recently been absent from the U.S. Senate while recovering from shingles. Initially elected in the “Year of the Woman” in 1992, Feinstein has announced she is not running for reelection in 2024. Medium
The latest USC Schwarzenegger Institute-USC Price California Issues Poll provides a snapshot of California voters’ attitudes ahead of this year’s midterm elections. The randomized poll, conducted from Oct. 30 to Nov. 2, asked a representative sample of 802 registered California voters a series of questions about their candidate preferences and opinions on a wide range of public policy issues, from environmental protections and reproductive freedom to the regulation of online hate speech.
Offshore wind is the next frontier in our quest to build clean energy fast enough to avoid dangerous climate change. If done right, the United States can create thousands of new jobs and boost economies across the country – even off the West Coast. Forbes
Former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger doesn’t view the climate crisis as an insurmountable challenge, but rather an opportunity for the private and public sectors to collaborate for the common good. This principle is at the heart of the fifth annual Austrian World Summit, which Schwarzenegger has hosted with Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen and Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz in Vienna since 2017. USC Price News
Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed he will attend the UN climate conference in Glasgow later this year. The actor and former governor of California, who runs a global non-profit environmental organisation, is expected to arrive in the city in November. Schwarzenegger, 73, told the president of Cop26, Alok Sharma, he “cannot wait” to take part in the conference. The Herald
Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed he will travel to the UN climate conference in Glasgow later this year as he praised Boris Johnson for being the “real deal” on green issues. The actor and former governor of California who now runs a campaigning environmental agency has also accepted an invitation to go drinking in Glasgow pubs. He will arrive in the city in November. The Times of London
Arnold Schwarzenegger has hailed Boris Johnson as the "real deal" in his passion for saving the planet - and said he can't wait to go for beers in Glasgow when he comes to the COP26 summit this year. The Terminator star and former bodybuilder, 73, heaped praise on the PM's bike borrowing scheme and said he "can't wait to be part of the action" when he flies into the major climate conference in November. The Sun
"No one knows what COP stands for," the former governor of California has told Alok Sharma MP, the president of this year's climate negotiations known as COP26. Arnold Schwarzenegger told Mr Sharma he "was just wanting to know for you what that feels like," adding it must be "really tough" for him to explain his role in COP26. Sky News
Arnold Schwarzenegger settled into a big leather rocker recliner on the back patio of his mansion. His tiny rescue dog, Cherry, scampered at his feet, wearing a butterfly bow. On his lawn, his miniature donkey, Lulu, was making a break for the hedges. His miniature horse, Whiskey, loitered near a marble bust of Abraham Lincoln. The New York Times