Calling all Patriots! We want to hear from YOU to help shape our coverage. Our Patriots are the most loyal readers of the Daily Caller, and we want to make sure we’re getting feedback about what we can do better, and what stories you’d like to see us cover. In the wake of the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion that could overturn Roe v. Wade, protests have erupted all across the country from Supreme Court justices’ private residences to West Coast churches . White House press secretary Jen Psaki seemed to have difficulty condemning protesters’ intimidation tactics. It looks like we may be in for another summer of unrest. Patriots, how far do you think the Roe v. Wade protests will go? Let us know in the form below. Don’t forget. Patriots gather at The Daily Caller Patriots War Room to participate in thoughtful discussion. Also, you can always reach out to us directly through: [email protected] com . Take advantage of your subscription . This is … [Read more...] about Calling All Patriots: How Far Do You Think The Roe V. Wade Protests Will Go?
Supreme court rulings 7 6 2020
Najib's final appeal to proceed on Monday, with defence possibly discharging themselves - A + A PUTRAJAYA (Aug 10): The Federal Court said on Wednesday (Aug 10) that the hearing of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's application to adduce further evidence in his RM42 million SRC International Sdn Bhd case to nullify the trial in which he was convicted to spend 12 years in jail, will proceed as scheduled on Monday. This comes after both the prosecution and defence agreed to exchange written submissions on Wednesday. The defence will begin by amending the notice of motion to adduce evidence and make submissions with regard to trial judge Datuk Mohd Nazlan Mohd Ghazali for three hours, after which the prosecution will also be given three hours to reply. Should the application to adduce further evidence be dismissed on the same day, the apex court will proceed to hear Najib's appeal over his conviction and sentence in the SRC case. This was decided by … [Read more...] about Najib’s final SRC appeal to proceed on Monday but defence counsels may discharge themselves
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin The Plug-in hybrid seems the perfect answer to the electric car dilemma; battery power for all your local needs and a traditional motor for long distances. European politicians though have taken against the idea and have designed harsh carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions rules to force manufacturers to phase them out. One environmental group calls them “fake electric vehicles”. Tesla TSLA CEO Elon Musk doesn’t like them either, scorning them as amphibians or transitions. Sales in Europe are on the wane, but Americans are buying more plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVS), and their popularity so far hasn’t caught the attention of any grandstanding politicians. Californian regulators, thought by some to be relentless diehards in their pursuit of electric cars, are reportedly showing unexpected support for the benefits of PHEVs in the race to be green, sensibly. Buyers considering splashing out serious money for an … [Read more...] about Misplaced European Opposition Undermines Plug-In Hybrids, But U.S. Prospects Stronger
Congress is finally moving this week on the Inflation Reduction Act , a bill that could drive a 40% reduction in carbon emissions over the next decade. But another government arm, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, made its own (far quieter) news this month when it gave final certification to a new kind of nuclear reactor called a small modular reactor (SMR). While the announcement received basically no fanfare, proponents say it could play an important role in decarbonizing the world’s energy supply. advertisement advertisement The agency first performed a safety review of reactor company NuScale Power’s SMR design in 2020. A year later, the NRC completed its standard rulemaking process, which included a review of public comments. On August 2, the commission issued a final approval for the SMR, though NuScale says it’s unlikely to become operational until 2029. Technically, nuclear power is capable of delivering large amounts of emissions-free … [Read more...] about Small nuclear reactors finally get the nod from regulators, but they still have a lot to prove
Britain’s West Midlands region, the epicenter of an automotive industry that once employed a million people, is lobbying Indian industrial conglomerate Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. to open a motorcycle factory in the area as Mayor Andy Street seeks to restore its manufacturing might. Street, the former head of retailer John Lewis Plc, is targeting Mahindra as part of a bid to lure automakers with incentives while promoting the expertise of a wider Midlands region that’s still home to more than 400 specialist firms including Aston Martin Lagonda and India-owned Jaguar Land Rover. Mahindra already has an automotive research center near Coventry after reviving the BSA motorcycle brand dormant since 1973, though its first model, the 650cc Gold Star, is currently scheduled to be built only in India. “Mahindra have committed to R&D at the moment. I am hoping we will persuade them to commit to be doing manufacturing,” said Street, a Conservative who was elected the first West … [Read more...] about UK auto-capital Mayor wants India to rev up motorcycle industry
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Topline Former President Donald Trump did not answer any questions during his deposition in the New York attorney general’s investigation into his company, he said Wednesday, claiming he had “no choice” but to plead the Fifth Amendment in light of the FBI raiding his Mar-A-Lago estate on Monday. Key Facts Trump was set to testify Wednesday as part of New York Attorney General Letitia James’ long-running civil probe into the Trump Organization and its financial dealings, in which James has said investigators have found “significant” evidence of fraud. In a statement posted to his social network Truth Social, Trump said he “declined to answer the questions” under the advice of his legal counsel, as well as because he believes the investigation is a “vindictive and self-serving fishing expedition” and he “did nothing wrong.” The ex-president pointed to the FBI’s raid on his home Mar-A-Lago on … [Read more...] about Trump Refuses To Answer Questions In Deposition By N.Y. Attorney General