The rise of dedicated public fact checking services like PolitiFact, FactCheck.org and the Washington Post Fact Checker has been a generally good thing. However, these services can go astray when they decide that a statement which would be improved with clarification is “false” – a practice that weakens the “false” label when it is applied to an outright falsehood.
Rep. Issa (R-CA) made a fortune building car alarms. For years he was best known as the recorded voice of the Viper alarm that warned people to “Step away from the car !” (Really, this is all true, it says so in Wikipedia).
In Washington, D.C., a good deal has been announced bringing together the Federal government, the state of California and auto manufacturers.
We have discussed the pros and cons of electric vehicles on this blog in the past.