The former head of the Department of Transportation seems a bit confused about which party he represented at one time and now, has clearly joined the party of the President he worked under instead.
Oh, you thought Obama meant job program? No, no, no: That’s mob program.
The Nanny State is crawling under the hood of your car. The Obama Administration has recently approved a request by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) requiring auto manufacturers to install “Event Data Recorders” (EDRs) -- commonly referred to as “black boxes” -- on every new car sold in the United States starting September 2014.
Hoffa and the Justice Department, says the man who wants head up the Teamsters union, have abused a decades-old consent decree, “which was once used to remove mobsters two decades ago, [but] is now being used to target [Hoffa’s] critics” through a “rogue investigative unit set up by the decree.”
Have you noticed how there is more road construction than usual lately, which never seems to end? In some states it has gotten so bad their departments of transportation have set up road closure email alerts on each highway.
I have given a great deal of thought to the whole birth certificate thing. Like you, I wondered why, if it had been available all this time, Obama didn't just ask for it two years ago and put this nonsense to bed.
It's often been said of Barack Obama that his policies are "data driven" -- meaning that whatever his ideological inclinations, he pays attention to dispassionate analysis of real-world evidence.
Where can the new Congress start cutting spending? Here's one obvious answer: high-speed rail.
In the last decade, the symbol for profligate federal spending was the infamous "Bridge to Nowhere".
America is in debt past its eyeballs. Unemployment remains stuck near double digits. So what's one of the Obama administration's top domestic policy agenda items this month? Combating distracted drivers.
As you've probably heard, there's quite a bit of hubbub surrounding the news that the administration's car company has gone public. Another imaginary victory.