$10 Per Gallon Gasoline?
That’s what Elon Musk wants, in order to make his all-electric Tesla roadster more competitive in the new car market: Tesla CEO Elon Musk is speaking right now at Wired Live. What’s he saying? For starters, he wants to buy a car factory from a Detroit automaker so he can produce 100,000 cars per year. More craziness below. So it’s nice that Musk has such | Read More »
GM Vice-Chair: Bailout Can’t Work
There’s so much to hate about the proposed bailout of the Big 4 automakers (GM, Chrysler, Ford, and Tesla), that you can occasionally be forgiven for forgetting some of the problems with the idea. The Journal’s Holman Jenkins points out the most basic flaw: it can’t work. Leave it to Bob Lutz, GM’s voluble vice chairman, to puncture the unreality of the auto bailout he himself | Read More »
Democratic Leadership: America Can’t Have Big Cars
Democratic Representative Eliot Engel, a senior member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, recently appeared with Neil Cavuto to talk about America’s energy crisis:
Sierra Club Slams McCain for Supporting Sierra Club Agenda
The Sierra Club has come out with the following attack ad alleging that John McCain is somehow responsible for the run-up in gas prices. (And before you ask, yes — the ad does look like it was made by the team at JibJab): The Sierra Club is also teaming up with the bright minds at MoveOn.org on a similar ad. Sierra Club and MoveOn attack | Read More »