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You Say You Want a Revolution?

Looking back on the American Revolution, John Adams (in 1813) wrote: "But what do we mean by the American Revolution? Do we mean the American war? The Revolution was effected before the war...

When You Can’t Give ‘Em Away…

When you have to resort to paying people to buy something, it ought to tell you something about the value of the thing you're trying to "sell." Such thoughts apparently haven't occurred to...

Bicycle Licenses…

How come they don't require bicyclists to have licenses - and carry insurance? Put another way - in the language of Cloverism (authoritarian collectivism; see here for a fuller explanation) how come they're allowed...

The End of AM/FM Radio?

A new car without a radio? It sounds as unthinkable as a new car without floor mats or a heater. But there is a real danger that your next new car might...

The Insurance Agenda?

Without all this insurance, most of us would be pretty rich. Or at least, not poor. But that (us being poor, or at least struggling) may be exactly what's wanted. It is very hard...

“Parental” Car Controls…

It's being touted as "parental control" technology - a way for worried parents to keep tabs on their teenaged drivers. But what's good for the proverbial goose (the 17-year-old) is just...

A Driving Lesson For Clover

How does one pass another car safely and legally? Thanks to Clovers (see here to learn more about them) it is a functional impossibility. First, Clovers impose deliberately unrealistic, under-posted speed limits on...

Hands Up!

You have probably seen crowds of people with their hands up - a protest meme over police trigger-happiness. Apparently, it has been taken literally ... by the other side. As hallucinatory as this may...

No More “Speeding” For You!

Someday - and that day might be closer than you want to know - we'll look back fondly on speed traps. Because at least you could speed. Give the finger - via...

Cars We Might Be Able To Buy

There is no such thing as a free market. Not in the United States, at any rate. You are free to buy what they (the people who comprise the apparat of...
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