President Biden promised on Monday “to work like the devil” to bring down gas prices, but he’s mistaken. America’s working-class people need to do more to facilitate the transfer of wealth to America’s one percent. At the end of the day, America’s electric vehicle policies are designed to do just that.
In China, Elon Musk is a poster boy for government respect and acquiescence. He’s shown nothing but disdain and disrespect for U.S. regulatory agencies and leaders, and now Musk is claiming victim status.
According to California’s Fair Employment Commission, the real victims are Black employees working in Tesla’s factory.
It’s a measure of the sorry state of U.S. media that one of the most devastating ransomware attacks of all time has received virtually no coverage. Millions of workers, including frontline hospital, police, and firefighters, know what I’m talking about.
Electric cars are said to represent America’s automotive future. At the moment, they are reminiscent of the industry’s troubled past. Here’s why I’d prefer Toyota and its Japanese brethren lead the way.