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Here’s Why an All-Electric Vehicle Fleet Can’t Happen in California

Here’s Why an All-Electric Vehicle Fleet Can’t Happen in California

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Arnold Schwarzenegger and the Democrats running Sacramento are not only economic illiterates, users of junk science, now they are promoting the end of the gas driven car by 2040 in California.  They want all electric vehicles on the road.  Too bad they did not do want […]

Guest Column: What the Death of the Penny Means for Our Money

Guest Column: What the Death of the Penny Means for Our Money

. By Stefan Gleason The dollar’s reign as the world reserve currency will come to an end some day. But before that happens, the penny will likely go into the dustbin of monetary history. U.S. pennies have already been debased – going from 95% copper before 1982 to just 2.5% copper (and 97.5% zinc) since. Now […]