In a attempt to stay in line with those who believe in man caused global warming, Elon Musk has delivered a vehicle while failing to look at it’s down side.
Musk claims the battery will last forever.
Where’s the proof?
But wait, you say, can charge it while I’m sleeping in my own home.
Watch the electrical consumption and your electric bills skyrocket.
Of course this was not thought out in advance.
Goldman Sachs also forecast that while there have been improvements in Model 3 deliveries, the firm expects they will fall “well short of consensus expectations.”
Tesla’s financial health hinges on its ability to produce and deliver large numbers of its mass-market Model 3 electric vehicle—a mission that it’s so far failed to complete thanks to bottlenecks in production.
Tamberino reiterated his $205 six-month price target for Tesla shares.
Tesla shares have not traded in $205 territory since December 2016.
Goldman Sachs expects production and deliveries of the Model 3 will continue to ramp up, albeit more slowly than Tesla CEO Elon Musk has previously promised.
This isn’t the first time Goldman Sachs has taken a skeptical view of Tesla and its assurances.
Tamberrino wrote back in November that short-term gains from the newly unveiled Tesla Semi would be dragged down by the bigger and longer term issues surrounding the Model 3.
Congratulations to Mr. Zuckerberg for coming up with coming up with a business model that allowed him to make millions.
For the most part, those who hang out and comment there are among those with too much time on their hands.
This is Facebook’s message to us, let’s send it back to them.
In a sense, I’m guilty of supporting his endeavor by posting article from this site there.
I do it in the hopes of perhaps persuading a few lefties to wake up and smell the coffee.
Shutting You Down
By: Bill O’Reilly
March 23, 2018
When I began analyzing current events on the brand new Fox News channel in 1996, the country was a far different place than it is today.
Yes, the national media tilted left but conservative voices countered that on talk radio, still powerful at the time, and the political pressure groups were not much of a f
Proof of “Affirmative Action” of any race fully supported by Facebook!
The rise of social media has changed all that.
The ardent left quickly realized the unchecked power of creating propaganda websites like Media Matters and The Huffington Post.
While the right launched a few advocacy operations, Breitbart comes to mind, the far left moved quickly to create fear and chaos.
They have largely succeeded.
If Americans oppose left-wing policies, they become targets of scorn.
I first experienced that pernicious activity a few years ago when Media Matters, aided by the despicable Mother Jones magazine, accused me of falsifying my network reporting during the wars in El Salvador and the Falkland Islands.
Even though I produced proof that what I did in those situations was true, there was no let up.
The far left was determined to link me to Brian Williams, who lost his job anchoring the NBC Nightly News because he exaggerated his reportorial exploits.
I only survived that ordeal because Fox News chief Roger Ailes knew the attacks were BS and stood up for me
Emboldened by the damage they could do to political opponents, and using millions of dollars in donated money from gutter snipes like George Soros, the far- left heralded as truth.
Who can say with any degree of certainty that this isn’t going on right now in America.
It doesn’t have do be secret it’s out in the open, we see it daily in the continued efforts of Robert Mueller to bring down the Trump Administration.
Using some minority and women’s groups as fronts, the left-wing totalitarians have succeeded in demonizing opponents as bigots, misogynists, and racists.
Hollywood has followed closely behind, sending the chilling message that anti-liberal thought will not be accepted by the industry.
Trump is in control and knows what he is doing or he doesn’t.
Whatever the answer, those who join his administration in top- level positions must bring their own chair to the party while at the same time have a perfectly packed parachute.
Japan’s UN Ambassador Kenzo Oshima (R) and his then US counterpart, John Bolton at the UN HQ in August 2006.
John Bolton served as Ambassador to the U.N. under George W. Bush.
When the Democrats took charge of the Senate, he was not approved because of his Hawkish stance.
In other words, AMERICA FIRST.
Any Wonder President Trump appointed him?
As a non-permanent Security Council member, Japan played a leading role in having a resolution adopted to condemn North Korea’s missile launches last July.
When North Korea conducted its nuclear test in October, Japan held the rotating monthly presidency and presided over the adoption of a council resolution slapping sanctions against Pyongyang.
Japan also believes that serving as a non-permanent Security Council member as many times as possible and thereby boosting its profile in the international diplomatic arena will serve as a stepping stone to realizing its long-cherished dream of obtaining permanent membership of the powerful council.
At present, only the five permanent members – the United States, Russia, China, the United Kingdom and France – enjoy the privilege of veto power.
Of the 15 council seats, the remaining 10 are held by non-permanent members and are allotted regionally – three to Africa, two each to Asia, Latin America and Western Europe, and one to Eastern Europe.
Japan, along with Brazil, has so far served on the council nine times, the most among the UN member states.
Japan is also the second-largest contributor to the UN budget after the United States, accounting for close to 20% of the overall budget.
Mongolia has expressed its support for Japan’s bid for permanent Security Council membership.
Few political figures in recent history have so polarized opinion in Congress as John Bolton, the United States Permanent Representative to the United Nations.
Faced with Senate gridlock, Bolton was sent by President George W. Bush as a recess appointment to the United Nations last August.
With Bolton’s recess appointment expiring when the new Congress convenes in January 2007, the President recently announced that he would again submit Bolton for confirmation.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee plans to vote on Bolton’s nomination in August, with a full vote of the Senate expected in September. (Source)
In three key areas, UN reform, human rights, and international security, Bolton’s record has been outstanding, and he has dramatically raised the profile of issues from peacekeeping abuses to the need for increased transparency, accountability and effectiveness at the United Nations.
John Bolton’s commitment to both the advancement of U.S. interests and the cause of international freedom and security has been unwavering.
Ambassador Bolton was the only person capable of of dealing with these tinpot dictators and tyrants.
Any president’s first year is rife with optimism, but often fraught with missteps.
Incoming staff members often find that their new jobs bear little resemblance to their campaign roles.
Running the government requires aides to be well-versed in policy details, skilled in negotiation and compromise, and sensitive to the mores and demands of the Washington community (including interest groups, members and staff of Congress, the bureaucracy, and the media).
Over the course of the first year, it is not unusual for presidents to fire poor performing or ethically compromised staff members.
Some staff members receive promotions because of these departures, and a small number voluntarily leave.
As explained below, while some turn over is expected and possibly beneficial, excessive turnover portends problems.
National security adviser H.R. McMaster is being replaced by former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton, President Trump announced via Twitter Thursday.
“I am pleased to announce that, effective 4/9/18, @AmbJohnBolton will be my new National Security Advisor,” the president wrote.
“I am very thankful for the service of General H.R. McMaster who has done an outstanding job & will always remain my friend.
There will be an official contact handover on 4/9,” he addedBolton, a Fox News commentator, had previously been considered by Trump for the secretary of state post before nominating Rex Tillerson for the position.
John Dowd, a top attorney for President Trump, resigned just days after calling for the removal of special counsel Robert Mueller.
At 77 years-of-age he is lucky to have piped up requiring his dismissal so he can live the rest of his life in peace.
“I love the president and wish him well,” Dowd told the Washington Examiner.
Dowd told the Daily Beast over the weekend that he hoped the Justice Department would end Mueller’s probe into alleged collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign.
While Dowd claimed initially that he was speaking as a representative of the president, he later backtracked and said he had expressed a personal opinion.
Dowd’s resignation comes just days after the president hired , (Source) a controversial former prosecutor and legal pundit, to join his legal team. DiGenova argued previously that Trump is the victim of a conspiracy orchestrated by opponents within the Justice Department.
Dowd has served as Trump’s leading lawyer outside the White House, while Ty Cobb has spearheaded Trump’s personal representation from inside the West Wing.
Jay Sekulow, another lawyer representing the president, praised Dowd’s performance in a statement on his resignation.
“John Dowd is a friend and has been a valuable member of our legal team,” Sekulow said. “We will continue our ongoing representation of the president and our cooperation with the Office of Special Counsel.”
Dowd’s tenure on the Trump legal team was not without its controversies.
He and Cobb stirred up a firestorm when a New York Times reporter overheard the two lawyers loudly discussing details of their strategy for dealing with the Russia investigation.
During their conversation, Dowd and Cobb complained that White House counsel Don McGahn had moved to block Mueller from obtaining some documents investigators wanted to review.
Cobb and Dowd discussed their preference, in earshot of the reporter, for cooperating more fully with the special counsel.
The House Intelligence Committee voted Thursday to approve its final report on Russia’s interference in the 2016, a vote that also marked the end of the committee’s investigation.
“We voted today to end the investigation,” Jack Langer, spokesman for House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, said.
The final report said lawmakers found no evidence of collusion between Russia and President Trump’s associates.
After over 70 witness interviews and over 300,000 documents collected and reviewed, Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., released a statement saying the report provides recommendations on how to improve election security.
“The report… will be useful in thwarting any attempt by Russia or other foreign power to further meddle in U.S. elections,” Nunes said.
The vote was along party lines, and the GOP-written report will be reviewed by the intelligence community before its release to make sure no classified information is being shared.
Instead of March for Our Lives, maybe it’s time to March for the Truth?
The walking brain dead.
While at the same time develop a workable plan to break the teachers unions.
Teachers for the most part are knowledgeable in the subjects in which the teach.
Those pictured below have been educated by the likes of Soros and his Marxist allies.
Without their funding there would be no march.
It’s when the unknowingly flow into “Soros Land,” they need a dose of reality.
Predictable this will have the usual unintended consequence in that millions of people in both Red and Blue States are NRA Members.
The NRA actually spends a pittance (in campaign terms) on supporting candidates (both directly and through PACs).
The NRA’s real power is that their people vote.
Take it from someone whose job it is to study people’s voting habits and how best to impact them , people who care about gun rights vote in local, state, federal, special, primary, and general elections.
They vote like it’s their job.
Why is it important to understand this?
Politicians go where the votes are.
Nothing motivates a politician more than the prospect of winning an election. And, yes, this goes for people in deep blue and deep red states too — there is such a broad spectrum of local, state, and federal gun laws that EVERY state can do better…but voters need to force them to.(Source)
It’s a strange political fact, but nearly every major anti-gun group has been a front group.
The NRA is maligned 24/7 and yet it’s completely obvious whom it represents.
Despite the efforts to tie it to everyone from firearms manufacturers to the Russians (if you can’t tie any random Republican thing to the Russians these days, you won’t be working at the Washington Post or CNN for very long), it represents its five million members.
Anti-gun groups tend to represent shadowy networks.
Take Everytown, the noisiest and most dishonest anti-gun group on the scene.
The one consistent thing about anti-gun groups is that they are usually the opposite of what their name says they are.
Everytown for Gun Safety was formed out of two other groups: Moms Demand Action and Mayors Against Illegal Guns.
Both are actually front groups for Michael Bloomberg, the lefty billionaire and former boss of the Big Apple, who used New York City resources to host at least one of its websites.