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Speed Limiters, Too?

Most people - including people who favor what they call "gun control," would probably not support the idea of fitting all cars with speed governors. But why? Isn't the principle exactly...

What Killed Chrysler?

The news may come today - but it won’t be a surprise: Chrysler’s going the way of Plymouth. Maybe Dodge, too. They are not right for the times and it would...

Newtie

Newtie last night admonished the public to be "humane" when it comes to illegal aliens. He, like all modern statists, is very generous - with other people's money. The main objection...

Too Many Cars . . . Not Enough Market?

As we watch the slow-motion train wreck that is the dying U.S. automotive industry, it's easy to blame the economic situation for the debacle. And it's certainly a contributing factor. Or...

This Fiat Thing…

Well, what about this Fiat thing? The Italian automaker now owns - well, controls - the remnant of Chrysler Corp., formerly the third of America's Big Three. Is it a bad thing? A...

Thank Uncle For The New (and $40k) COP-Spec Taurus SHO

It's getting harder to pick out cop cars in a crowd - and very soon, it's going to get much harder still. Also, a lot more expensive for us - ticket-wise...

Another Gentle “Nudge” . . .

Whatever their failings, machines generally don’t second-guess you. Turn them on, turn them off. Point them in a certain direction. Command them to move or spin or do whatever it is...

Sports Fans

Sports “fans” – most of whom are white – disgust me. The world is literally falling apart and all that matters to these dough heads is… the gaaaaaaaaaaame. Did “we” win last night? “We” are...

Five Months In…

It is almost halfway through 2016 and - still - no (new) diesels for you. Not from VW, at any rate. Uncle has still not given his permission for the sale of any...

Mandatory Automatic Braking For All!

I recently wrote about the Fading Away of the manual transmission (see here). As it turns out, I was wrong. Manuals will not fade away. They will be regulated out of existence. Here's how...
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