There are consequences of the increased prevalence of marijuana use in society—one of which is undoubtedly drugged driving.
One may think that when going to a convention of auto dealers, a speaker may perhaps do a little research or at least been behind the wheel in the last 18 years. But obviously those auto dealers don’t mind having an uninformed speaker at their convention.
Two separate studies released this week shared bad news for the state of millenials in America. 6 million young people are not in work or school, and they cannot afford to drive either.
Unlike many of the other stories, no one from the Fisker organization itself served on Obama’s (now-disbanded) Jobs Council, nor is there an obvious connection such as a former DOE staffer sitting on the board. But, surprise, there are political connections nonetheless.
Fisker actually did build some cars, but most of them flooded before some spontaneously caught fire, just like the Chevy Volt.
I recently said goodbye to car I had enjoyed and cherished for several years, repeating an experience familiar to most of my fellow baby-boomers.
Here’s something that slipped through the cracks thanks to the fake drama that was going on during the fake fiscal crisis coming from our fake government in Washington, DC: Another fake green company boondoggle has resulted in federal dollars being spent on …nothing.
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