Rebecca Tinucci: Tesla’s Unsung Charging Hero

The media mistakenly believes that Tesla is a one-person Elon Musk show. Meet the woman without whom Tesla wouldn’t have achieved its considerable success in recent years.

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Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone AI Warning

Some thoughts on Rod Serling’s prescient warning about AI nearly 60 years ago; the shamelessness of Silicon Valley billionaire Marc Andreessen; and Elon Musk’s disdain for homeless persons.

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My Dream Job: President of the UAW

Heading the UAW at this economic juncture is an opportunity to publicize and address America’s growing wealth disparity. Shawn Fain, who heads the autoworkers’ union, has so far demonstrated he’s not up to the challenge.

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Jennifer Granholm’s Inner Hunter Biden

Proterra, a California-based electric bus manufacturer and energy storage developer repeatedly hailed by President Biden, filed for bankruptcy yesterday, causing the company’s shares to tank. Jennifer Granholm, Biden’s Secretary of Energy, previously served on Proterra’s board and pocketed $1.6 million when she sold her shares to an undisclosed buyer.

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Ford’s Heavyweight Beltway Swamp Creatures

The Department of Energy’s sweetheart $9.2 billion loan to Ford Motor Co. to finance the company’s EV projects in Tennessee and Kentucky had a bad odor to it. Thankfully, Wyoming Republican Senator John Barrasso agrees, and a letter he wrote to Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm helped connect the dots.

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