To that end, EV technology is advancing rapidly. However, Brian Kingston, president of the Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers Association, said this week in the National Observer, “price parity with gas powered vehicles remains years off.” Others believe that day could come in the next couple of years. That why some proponents argue rebates and government incentives are so important to grow the market.
We also regret the pain and anguish his visit causes for victims and survivors. It is important to note that Levasseur has not received a formal invitation from the University of Massachusetts or from any of its officials. The decision to invite him was made by a small number of faculty members.
“As a league, we’re doing the right thing, but we’re going to have to adjust our approach as coaches,” Csensits said. “Right now, you’re playing more for the love of the game and varsity athletics is typically not about participation because when you get between the lines, you want to win. Right now, though, the win is not what’s on the scoreboard, but in the mere fact you played a game.”.
This has been affirmed and reaffirmed by the Supreme Court in innumerable decisions. Giving someone a platform for malicious defamation is not protected, not least of all when you yourself have previously taken part in that defamation: Newsmax has already publicly recanted their own coverage that made those proven false and malicious allegations. By allowing someone else to make them, they would be party to the same..
The trial starts this week. Trump lawyers have indicated that they plan to argue he merely “exercised his First Amendment right under the Constitution to express his belief that the election results were suspect” an argument 144 leading First Amendment and constitutional scholars from across the political spectrum called “legally frivolous” did not tell his supporters to violently attack the Capitol in a fiery speech right before the assault, and cannot be impeached since he is no longer in office. That last argument is popular among Senate Republicans, but top conservative constitutional lawyer Charles Cooper urged them in a new Wall Street Journal op ed to disregard that flawed, illogical view and “judge the former president misconduct on the merits.” As far as the merits go, federal “court documents show that more than two dozen people charged in the attack specifically cited Trump and his calls to gather that day in describing on social media or in conversations with others why they decided to take action by coming to Washington,” The Washington Post reports.