The Tesla Truck is aimed squarely at one of the biggest unaddressed segments of Musk’s self-declared mission “to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy.” Here’s a look at what it would take in terms of cost and performance to shift freight from diesel to electric and shake up the world of trucks.
As the Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama cycle started: America, lead by the United States, had to regress towards the mean (the average). To accomplish that, the manufacturing base of the Northeast, Midwest, and the south had to be broken. But the question is: How do you get everyone behind reducing our wealth out of our own volition? The pied piper was required, and lower cost manufacturing became the tool, and the lower cost of goods sold the way to sell it.
DCNF reporter Luke Rosiak tweeted on Friday: “Congress' human resources scandal is just getting started. I anticipate we will see the resignation of more than a dozen House members over harassment and secret settlements, and soon.”
If Trump was president in the late 90s, it is possible the U.S. government would have taken a more proactive approach toward the North Korean nuclear threat.
“You want to do it in five years when they have warheads all over the place, every one of them pointing to New York City and Washington?” Trump said in the 1999 interview. “Or do you want to do something now?”
A federal circuit judge has since discovered hidden in the emanations and penumbras of the Constitution the Zeroth Amendment: “The President shall enforce no law respecting an establishment of borders, or prohibiting the free crossing thereof.” (The Supreme Court doesn’t yet agree, but without any current Republican justices agreeing to retire and be replaced, this non-hallucinatory reading of the Constitution seems doomed.)
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, the longtime school choice advocate, met with lawmakers and Gov. Eric Greitens on Thursday to talk about measures to expand charter schools, online education and education savings accounts, which give public dollars to parents through a bank account to use on educational expenses.
A Lee’s Summit citizen has requested the Missouri Attorney General’s office intervene and remove the Charter questions from the April 4 ballot making the argument that Lee’s Summit voters are being defrauded by the changes. The citizen, has requested quo warranto, a legal investigation, into the work of the Charter Commission and possible conflicts of interests involving some Commissioners and various Lee’s Summit municipal charities.