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Tesla and the future of the American auto industry

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Electric car manufacturer Tesla motors is generally considered the new-kid-on-the-block in the American auto industry, but it is shaping up to be a force to be reckoned with. With a factory that will make it a leader in American manufacturing, controversial approval and support from Republican politicians, and a free-market approach to auto sales Tesla has the eyes of the ...

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Can Faith and Science Agree?


Christianity or Conformity? Liberals love to prattle on about how they worship science… but how reliable is their false god, exactly? Not very, as history has shown. In the Middle Ages “scientific” people thought the Earth was flat, there were little over 1000 identical stars, and sticking leeches on sick people was the best cure for what ailed them. Now ...

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Dangerous Liberty or Peaceful Slavery?


By John W. Whitehead President Obama has managed, with singular assistance from Congress and the courts, to mangle the Constitution through repeated abuses, attacks and evasions. This is nothing new, as I’ve documented in my book A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State. However, with his recent speech on the National Security Agency—a heady cocktail of lies, obfuscations, contradictions ...

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Now, Global Warming Causes Cold


By James M. Taylor Faced with the embarrassment of historically cold temperatures gripping most of the nation last week, global warming alarmists claimed the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change was wrong in predicting fewer cold outbreaks. Instead, the alarmists now assert, global warming causes extreme winter cold. Here are some of the latest headlines along that narrative: “How ...

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‘Warmest November?’ Tell It to NASA


By James M. Taylor Global warming activists claim this November was the warmest on record, yet NASA and NOAA satellite data show temperatures were only modestly warmer than average. The discrepancy highlights global warming activists’ desire to have not only their own opinions, but their own facts as well. NASA satellite instruments report November 2013 was merely the ninth warmest ...

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Google Wants to Plant a Computer Chip in Your Head


Google wants to eventually implant computer chips in the heads of its users. Though it sounds like something out of the Twilight Zone, it may be closer to reality than we imagine. The largest, most powerful Web search engine in the universe is after your brains. Maybe not in the most direct zombie sense, but Google envisions a world where ...

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5 Places You should NEVER Give Your SSN


By ‘Above Average’ Joe Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in America, and gets more sophisticated by the day. Just take a look at this case from New Jersey, where a Bulgarian national operating within the largest identity theft ring of its time is finally facing indictment. Identity theft is reported by 7% of all American homes, ...

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