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Blumenauer Seeks To End Big Government Transportation Entitlements

Republicans explain their support for big cuts to food stamps programs by saying that they want to reduce entitlement spending. Food, in their opinion, is a luxury that Americans shouldn’t be given unless they really need it. They worry that some Americans might be accepting food stamp assistance even when they retain a few thousand […]

The Most Lazy Movie Poster Ever

All roads lead to this?!? Lead to what? To a road, with a guy, and a car?!?

I notice that the car is in the middle of a road that appears to lead nowhere. Roads lead to more roads? Cars lead to more cars?

I realize it’s the sixth movie in the superficial Fast and […]

Is Our Transportation Future In Wider Interstates?

Portage is on the road between Detroit and Chicago, Route 94 a route that’s less in use these days, where traffic will probably continue to dwindle. Yet, that’s just the road that the federal stimulus money will widen. […]

How To Spend 50 Billion on Transportation Without Moving At All

Given the lack of direction in the Build America Bonds Act, this transportation bill ought to end up going nowhere. […]

Video Proves North American Union Superhighway Exists!

Let scoffers scoff. Show them this video as proof of the plan to build transportation routes from Canada to Mexico right through the United States, through the sovereign territory of the USA! The NAFTA superhighway, the North American Superhighway, the North American Union – whatever you want to call it, this video provides the best evidence to date for its existence. […]