Last Week Was A Bad One For Elon Musk and Tesla
Consumer Report finds that latest version of Tesla's automatic lane-changing feature is far less competent than a human driver
Tesla cuts base price of new Model S and Model X vehicles
It’s the third significant price drop for the base price of Model S and Model X vehicles in about three months.
"You've Been Had": Elon Musk's Grand Hyperloop Vision Debunked As "Scam"
The Bursting of the Tesla Stock Bubble
For Elon Musk and Tesla Inc., the blows from Wall Street came one after another this week -- a relentless barrage that left the stock so beat up that some now wonder if it can ever regain its status as the ultimate 21st century disrupter.
The Battle Lines Are Drawn
The Suspended Massachusetts judge who is accused of helping a twice-deported undocumented defendant elude immigration authorities, declined plea deal that would have meant no criminal charges
A change in Europe is gathering momentum after last week’s elections.
Nationalist candidates stood up against the political establishment, the media and the Globalists elites and promised to change politics once and for all. So far, it seems those promises seem to be winning.
Nigel Farage Takes Down Another Tory Government, Bye Bye Theresa May
Nigel Farage is the single most influential politician of the 21st century. And before he’s done he will have remade British, and by extension, European politics for the next century.
Populist leader Marine Le Pen and her Rassemblement National (National Rally, or RN) have triumphed over sitting French president Emmanuel Macron in the European Parliament elections.
Matteo Salvini could be the salvation of Italy. He is flying high after last weekend’s European Union elections: Salvini wasted no time in asserting his control over Italy’s populist coalition government after a resounding victory in Sunday’s European parliamentary elections. …
Germany's green new deal fails
TRUMP TO SIGN MEMO TO CURB WELFARE USE BY NON-CITIZENS
Widening income inequality
Did you get a 7% raise last year? Congratulations, yours was in line with what CEOs at the biggest companies got. But for chief executives, that 7% was roughly $800,000.
Pay for CEOs at S&P 500 companies rose to a median of $12 million last year, including salary, stock and other compensation, according to data analyzed by Equilar for The Associated Press.
Pay for typical workers at these companies isn’t rising nearly as quickly. The median increase was 3% last year, less than half the growth for the top bosses. Median means half were larger, and half were smaller. More
Bitter sweet victory
Richard Ashcroft has regained rights to his song Bitter Sweet Symphony after more than two decades, after Sir Mick Jagger and Keith Richards agreed to hand over their legal entitlement to royalties.
The Verve singer lost the rights to his most recognizable song in 1997 thanks to a four-second orchestral sample of Rolling Stones song The Last Time used as a backing track.
The Pentagon has finally uttered the words it always avoided when discussing the possible existence of UFOs — “unidentified aerial phenomena” — and admits that it still investigates reports of them.
Begging For Help: NM Gov Changing Her Tune On Immigration "Crisis"
Maps show how CNN lost America to Fox News
Rolling Thunder makes its final ride
Rolling Thunder, the annual event where hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists come to the nation's capitol to honor service members killed in action or taken as prisoners of war, will hold its last event in Washington today.
CA Governor, Looking To Shift Blame, Reportedly Calls State's Homeless Problem A National Disgrace
America’s Cities Are Unlivable. Blame Wealthy Liberals.
The demise of a California housing measure shows how progressives abandon progressive values in their own backyards.
Feds Use DUI Arrest Records to Catch Illegal Aliens Released by Sanctuary Cities
Prescription For Violence
The Corresponding Rise Of Antidepressants, SSRIs & Mass Shootings
Vacationers Find Alligator Lounging on Alligator Pool Float at Their Miami Airbnb
I Can See Why He Didn’t Want To Get Caught
A man stopped by police for running a red light in Fort Pierce told officers his female passenger was providing a sexual favor to him, and that's why it took him so long to pull over.
A Central Florida man is accused of hiding his legless fugitive girlfriend from police by stuffing her into a plastic storage container.
Georgia woman’s van rolls into river, sinks after spider scare, police say
This Week’s News of Those Bad Boys and Their Poor Victim Selection Skills
The occupational hazards of living a dirt bag life, you may develop a severe case of bullet wounds. (WARNING: These stories’ contains subject matter and content that may be disturbing to some. Discretion is advised.)
Today’s story comes from Warren County, Kentucky. Law enforcement reported that 24-year-old Austin Orwig was inside the home asleep when the suspects kicked their way through the front door the home. The surveillance footage showing they were met by the armed resident and on Cue, the gunfight develops. Several shots were fired before the suspects bolted from the scene. Deputies responded to the home after receiving a call about shots being fired. When they arrived, they found the homeowner had a gunshot wound to his right hand. He was transported to Jewish Hospital in Louisville for treatment. The wounded suspect was also taken to the hospital.
The Mouthpiece for the Liberal Left has been charged with stealing $300,000 from former client Stormy Daniels. More
It’s probably too late, The damage is done
ESPN Says It Will Obey Fans, Cut Down On Network's Political Content
The Countdown Has Begun
Trump to Declassify Deep State Documents Including 'Bucket 5' in Next 6-7 Days
70% OF DEMOCRATS SAY SOCIALISM WOULD BE GOOD FOR AMERICA: SURVEY
Mueller Refuses To Testify Publicly Before Congress, Infuriating Democrats
Making your kids go vegan can mean jail time in Belgium
Philadelphia’s Soda Tax Bombed As Predicted
For the ones that gave everything.
All we can do is remember them,
Take the time to pause, tip your hat
or raise a drink to the sky and just say
In case you didn't know, here's how disabled veterans can get a National Park Service Lifetime Access Pass completely free.
The Hidden History Of Lyme Disease: Links To Biological Warfare Research
Things You Should Know...How To Remove A Tick
Triclosan, A Chemical Used in Antibacterial Soaps, is Found to Impair Muscle Function---Smithsonian
50+ Terrific Uses of Baking Soda (2019 Update)
How About some Bee Gees music to the North Koreans marching
Crack Pipe, IDs, And Badge Found In Hunter Biden Rental Car
A used crack pipe, two DC driver's licenses, multiple credit cards, a Delaware Attorney General badge and a US Secret Service business card belonging to Hunter Biden were found in a rental car returned to an Arizona Hertz location in the middle of the night, days before the 2016 presidential election, according to Breitbart, which obtained an exclusive copy of the police report.
Things Are Not Going Well This Week For Loretta Lynch
Loretta Lynch is 'pleading the fifth' to dodge questions about $1.7 billion payments made by the United States to Iran, two members of Congress have claimed.
Senator Marco Rubio and Representative Mike Pompeo wrote a letter to Attorney General Lynch Friday, accusing her of refusing to answer 'straightforward questions' about the payments.
They Are Confused
Loretta Lynch accuses Comey of misrepresenting key Clinton probe conversation, was 'quite surprised' by his testimony.
Now It's Comey Vs. Lynch: Someone's Lying Again