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276 Tesla Headlines: 116 Negative & 80 Positive — #Pravduh About #Tesla, October Week 1

Last week included record-shattering production and delivery numbers from Tesla and thus a dramatic shift in the US automotive market. The American-made Model 3 became the 4th highest selling car in the United States and was for the second month in a row the highest grossing car in the United States. It was the only car in the top 7 produced by an American car company. Furthermore, the Model 3 totally demolished the competition in the luxury car market and Tesla as a whole was the top selling luxury vehicle brand in the country. The week also included an SEC lawsuit regarding some of Elon’s tweets and a settlement regarding that lawsuit. How did the headlines match up with that news and more? Read on to find out.

Suckers

Tom Steyer’s NextGen Climate Action is releasing a new national television ad, “Suckers,” that’s timed to President Obama’s State of the Union address. The ad debunks some obtuse Keystone XL supporter claims implies that tar sands political allies in Canada (such as Prime Minister Stephen Harper) & the US are … [continued]

What You Read On MSNBC.com Might Be Written By The Fossil Fuel Industry

 Originally published on ClimateProgress by Andrew Breiner MSNBC relaunched on October 30 with a pretty new website, an impressive slate of newly-hired progressive reporters, plus a couple of questionable “launch partners,” corporate sponsors who will write content for the site. General Electric (GE) and America’s Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA) will contribute “native advertisements,” meaning … [continued]