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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Perhaps we're not as free as we think
Topic - Chrysler Llc
Chrysler dealers from around the U.S. seem revved up by the purchase of the U.S. carmaker by Italy's Fiat SpA.
With final losses from the auto industry bailout near $15 billion, President Obama is using fuzzy math to claim that taxpayers lost no money on his administration's portion of the rescue program, analysts say.
Facing a defection by its main partner in racing, Dodge has decided to pull out of its NASCAR sponsorship at the end of this season, a person briefed on the matter said Tuesday.
A two-day rally that sent stocks soaring last week fizzled out Monday.
Those who remember the Dodge Dart from the 1970s recall a briefcase-sized family compact that wasn't cool but got you where you needed to go on a budget. During last week's Major League Baseball All-Star Game broadcast, TV viewers were treated to a rebranding of the nostalgic Dart, replete with a cameo from NFL superstar Tom Brady and background music from hip-hop king Jay-Z.
From minicars to monster pickups, sales of new cars and trucks surged in June, and eased concerns that Americans would be turned off by slower hiring and other scary headlines.
This week, Americans everywhere are celebrating the freedom we enjoy that began with an extraordinary revolution that brought independence to the United States and changed the world.
We all know how the Obama administration likes to portray the auto bailout: A generous infusion of money enabled the government to save General Motors and Chrysler. Jobs that otherwise would have disappeared were rescued by this taxpayer-funded largesse.
During the latter half of the 1970s, Scott Trenner was working his way through college by mowing lawns.
A third of a century ago, a young engineer named Alan Hais needed some personal transportation to get around the D.C. area.
Toyota and Chrysler saw big U.S. sales gains in April, but they came at the expense of General Motors and Ford.
Chrysler had its best quarterly profit in 13 years. Not bad for a company that almost died three years ago.
The all-new 2013 Dodge Dart compact car and the award-winning 2012 Chrysler 300 Luxury Series sedan were chosen for "Wards 10 Best Interiors" list for 2012. WardsAuto World editors picked the winners after evaluating 40 vehicles. All of the contenders for the annual award were completely new or significantly upgraded for the 2012 or 2013 model years. The winners will be honored May 17, 2012 at the WardsAuto Interiors Conference in Dearborn, Michigan.
Nick Anderson's family owned a 1955 DeSoto when he was growing up in Dallas. Although it was a very nice car, he knew that in the Chrysler hierarchy the Imperial was the car to have. He even saw a few on the streets and admired the sculpted metal and distinctive taillights.
President Obama and United Auto Workers (UAW) President Bob King are touting the "achievement" of the auto bailouts while slamming Republicans who opposed them. Over the weekend, UAW members chanted, "Thank you, President Obama!" at a rally.