There are days for sunny morning walks in the garden, where dew-bejeweled roses release their fragrance on the light breeze.
These are not those days. These are days of harsh realities demanding sharp answers. This is now … time for thorns.
…have one thing in common – they ALL voted for His Oneness. Will any of these voters wake up and realized what liberals have done to them?
If you own a Chevy Volt, and yours wasn’t among the 8,000 recalled, yours may not catch on fire, so congratulations. You have done your part in helping His Oneness keep his promise that he’d put a million electric cars on the road. So far GM has made only about 62,000 cars, even including the European model.
In light of the Obama promise, Government Motors got the government to invest $150 million of your tax dollars in a third party manufacturing plant (owned by Korean company LG Chem) that can produce 50,000 to 600,000 batteries per year, so the minimum output is twice the number of Volts sold annually. The good news is that the batteries are supposed to last 8 years or 100,000 miles. The bad news is that said baptisteries will cost somewhere between $3,400 and $34,000 each, and not the manager of electrification technology communications for GM can say what cost is correct or why.
In other words, the Volt is just like ObamaCare – it costs a fortune, you can’t fix it, and it doesn’t work.
Watch Office of Management and Budget director Cynthia Burwell repeatedly refuse to answer a simple question from Sen. Jeff Sessions about whether the Obama administration’s proposed 2015 budget increases spending above the levels provided in the Ryan-Murray budget agreement passed last December. This is what the Obama Administration does – stonewall, obfuscate, then lie.
Matthew Continetti has directed withering fire at His Oneness. I happen to agree that our president isn’t much of a man when compared to men like my father.
This video of the view of Earth from above is so compressed I had to play it several times to really see all of it, but I think you’ll find it as fascinating as I did. especially all the flights coming and going.
This is a wonderful video from a race benefiting the foundation for fallen Army Ranger Pat Tillman, who was a San Jose native. WWII vet Joe Bell stood in his front yard and cheered on runners, many of whom left the course to swing by to shake his hand and thank him for his service and support.
Researchers have long contended that elephants are not only quite intelligent, but have excellent memories. These pictured certainly exhibit those characteristics as they step athletically over a fence without damaging it, and avoid the perils of an electrified fence.