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End Times Signs

Here is a startling tidbit; an urgent wake-up call, really: Business Week has just reported that GM sold more than 2 million cars in China for the second straight year in a...

Left to Pass… Please

Lane courtesy - moving over to allow faster-moving traffic to get by - is a wonderful concept. But I'd take it a step farther: If you're not passing, you should not...

15 Years in Prison…. for Recording a Traffic Stop

Louis Frobe is facing hard time. Fifteen years in prison - the sort of sentence typically handed out for crimes such as second-degree murder and rape. Frobe's crime? He recorded a...

Smashing The Illusion of Consent… Peacefully

Refusing to fly again until TSA Submission Training is done away with - and not buying cars equipped with Big Brother technology - that's a good start on the path back...

Game The System

I'm sick of it. Being punished for daring to own more than one vehicle, that is. How am I being punished? How are you being punished (if you also own more...

The Hit List

There's a saying among lawyers: "Hard cases make bad law." What it means, essentially, is that it's easy to allow one's emotions to supersede reason - and set a terrible precedent...

What Could We Do?

I've had numerous responses to articles I've written asking me, "Ok, so what's the next step?" I respect your intelligence, so I won't say ... voting. We have about as much real...

GM is Watching You…

I have never liked GM's OnStar system - in part because I don't like the idea of my car that I paid for having someone else's "black box" recording (and transmitting)...

Left on Red

Well, why not? If the way is obviously clear in both directions, if it's obviously safe to enter the intersection, make your turn and proceed. . . why not proceed? Because of The...

400 MPG… Or Conspiracy Theory?

Maybe the conspiracy theorists were right after all.  That was the first thought to pop into my head as I read about an engineer named Steve Fambro - and his 400 mpg...
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