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Over the years, director Michael Bay has become synonymous with aggressive, pointlessly kinetic adolescent entertainments.
The Obama administration is telling American automakers that it would like cars and light trucks to average 56.2 miles per gallon by 2025 -- a boost to fuel economy that would save consumers money at the pump and help with global warming but drive up the cost of automobiles.
The Republican field of White House hopefuls have been gun-shy about mentioning President George W. Bush by name, but they've been more than happy about taking aim at his policies - a strategy that suggests the smartest way to become the 45th president is to run away from the 43rd.
I am a child of the '60s, a generation that took immodest pride in challenging the orthodoxies of our elders and the power elites of the day. Whether opposing the war in Vietnam, the lingering racism in America, the oppression of women or the persistence of poverty, protesters of that era often marched under the all-purpose slogan of "power to the people."
The gas tax is only half the fraud that General Motors and our government are perpetrating ("GM's gas tax fraud," Comment & Analysis, Friday).
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is defending himself in Michigan against questions over why he opposed a federal bailout of General Motors and Chrysler two years ago.
Government Motors has become yet another mouthpiece for the Obama administration. General Motors Co. CEO Dan Akerson told the Detroit News Saturday that he wants a $1 per gallon hike in the gas tax. Consumers already facing nearly $4 a gallon prices at the pump aren't going to be pleased to see that figure jump overnight to $5, but the left and its crony capitalist allies don't care what the public thinks.
The drumbeat of sobering economic news in the country has the White House on the defensive, with Democrats and administration officials appearing on Sunday political shows to rebut Republican criticisms about the nation's decades-high unemployment rate.
Speaking to workers at a Chrysler plant in Toledo, Ohio, President Obama on Friday said his decision to double down on the government's auto bailout has been justified by the industry's recent successes, including Chrysler's repayment of a $6 billion loan last week.