The E-Car Revolution
Big-city editorialists are so besotted with what they're calling the electric-vehicle revolution that they now write about it as a fait accompli. It's the summer driving season—the perfect time to begin carbon-shaming the outliers: truckers, bikers, snowbirds, paramedics and firefighters, police, posties and couriers, farmers, campers, RVers and off-roaders, anyone with a long commute or a cottage or a distant family, anyone towing anything, people who like F150s, people leery about crashing into F150s, and more. Forget about mere virtue signalling. E-cars are about to become our defining social-class markers.