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Muscle Cars Were Slow

I'm probably gonna get bagfuls of hate mail for this one - but the truth is that most of the muscle cars of the 1960s and 1970s were slow. At least,...

What’s a Clover?

I get asked - what's a Clover? Definition herewith: * Clover (noun): The root cause of every affront to liberty. The spoonful of poo that ruins a gallon of ice cream. Clovers are...

The Most Expensive Traffic Ticket Ever?

Imagine a ticket for “failure to display a front license plate” - not even a moving violation - costing you almost six figures. Nathan Cox of Mechanicsville, VA doesn’t have to,...

A Tesla Owner Speaks

I've been accused of being unfair to Tesla, that I am infected by personal animosity toward Musk (true; I loathe rent seekers) and a general dislike of electric cars (not true;...

Blown Away . . . for Not Complying

In addition to "officer safety," another de facto capital offense in this country is "failure to comply." This past fall, a Northern Virginia man named Bijan Ghaisar was executed by armed government...

Pop Goes The Car Bubble . . . And It May Not Be a...

Almost every negative thing happening in the car business - in particular, ludicrous technical complexity for the sake of electronic gimmickry and also to cope with diminishing returns federal “safety” and...

Fixing Their Wagon

People are frustrated - and want to know what they can do. It gets old merely talking. They - our oppressors - don't care how much we talk. Perhaps then it is...

Trump Thinks Your Car’s Gas Mileage is . . .Your Business . ....

The Clovers are aghast that Trump is threatening to do the unimaginable - and stop threatening the car companies with federal fuel economy fatwas (and add-on fatwas forbidding or restricting how...

Throw Your Plate Away Day

It's too bad - for cows - that they don't have opposable thumbs. If they did, they could  do something about those tags that farmers put in their ears. Luckily, we've got...

Life in Hock

We live in a society driven by debt. Cars, for example, have become hugely expensive (even on the low end) relative to what people can afford - because of the easy availability...
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