A customer can have a car painted any color he wants as long as it’s black. ~Henry Ford In 1908 the American industrialist and culture hero Henry Ford released the Model T. What made the Model T . . .
In a new study out of the University of York, researchers found no evidence to support the theory that violent video games make players more violent in real life. Do Violent Video Games Cause Violent . . .
Carbon Taxes Will Increase, Not Decrease, Global Carbon Emissions As the hysteria over global warming heats up, carbon taxes have become the “cool” option. Environmentalists love them. So do politicians, who are more than happy . . .
Americans Paid $400 Billion in Taxes & Internet Surcharges for Fiber Optic Upgrades that Never Came South Korea is the poster child for high-speed internet: its fixed-connection and mobile download speeds are consistently among the . . .
Trump Administration to Invest $200 Million in STEM Education On September 25 President Donald Trump signed a memorandum directing the Department of Education to allocate at least $200 million per year in grant funds in . . .
Automated Vehicles Could Impact Almost 16 Million Jobs According to a new report from the US Department Of Commerce, autonomous (self-driving) vehicles could impact approximately 15.5 million jobs. This means about 1 in 9 American . . .
Solar Eclipse Renders Solar Panels Next To Useless Solar power is a crock, and it has a lot of problems. It’s expensive, unreliable, and, worst of all, it creates volatility in our power system; something . . .
Twitter is Destroying itself by Censoring Conservatives A few years ago it seemed like Twitter would become the world’s biggest social network—it seemed likely Twitter would rack up over 1 billion active users. Its founders . . .
Electric Cars Run On Coal, Whether You Like It Or Not I love the environment, and that’s why I hate electric cars. Here’s why: The whole point to driving electric cars is that they’re green—they . . .
Without Government Subsidies, Tesla Sales In Hong Kong Fall To Zero If you need proof that government subsidies are the only thing propping up the green energy industry, look no further than Hong Kong. As . . .