The California Air Resources Board (CARB) is updating a regulation that will raise gas prices 36 cents a gallon by 2030, and diesel by 44 cents, according to the agency’s staff. Californians already pay an average of $3.73 a gallon for gas.
Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, during a Vice interview told consumers that when companies claim to need users’ data it’s a “bunch of bunk.”
“We employ about 500 employees, and thanks to Mr. Trump and tax reforms and the general confidence in the economy, we have really been able to invest more in our employees and grow our company in the last year,” Wilson told the gathering.
NBC News ran an opinion piece on Sunday slamming white, Republican women for Kavanaugh’s confirmation, which the op-ed claimed was “the ultimate affirmation of the patriarchy.”
These findings will displease socialists, but it’s hard to avoid the conclusion that more economic freedom, as thus defined, is a powerful propellant for economic and social wellbeing.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court has Democrats and liberal activists who opposed his confirmation attacking the legitimacy of the nation’s highest court.
The Senate voted 50-48 Saturday afternoon to confirm D.C. Circuit Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court after a rancorous, protracted confirmation fight that ended with multiple allegations of sexual assault.
Eight House Republicans have asked for ethics investigations of Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Rep. Anna Eshoo, as well as the staffs of the two California Democrats. The subject: the leak of the unredacted letter from Christine Blasey Ford accusing Kavanaugh.
The vote to end debate and prepare the final confirmation carried on a 51-49 vote. GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska joined with Democrats in opposition, while Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia voted with the Republicans.
There has been a major shift in midterm election polling, showing the GOP on the rise in several key races in battleground states across the country, said CNN politics writer Harry Enten.
“If the claims about sexual assault fail to stick, we’ll take him down with straw men about drinking and nitpicking about yearbooks,” Hatch criticized. “It was always and only about defeating Judge Kavanaugh by any means necessary.”