By Adriana Cohen | PUBLISHED: May 1, 2019 at 11:07 pm | UPDATED: May 2, 2019 at 7:28 am Ya gotta know when to fold em’. That’s what someone should tell delusional Democrats still targeting President Trump and harassing the president with endless, abusive investigations despite special counsel Robert Mueller’s finding of #NoCollusion and #NoObstruction. Instead of accepting they were wrong — there were no crimes committed by the president — and moving on, Democrats are now shooting the messenger by smearing Attorney General Bill Barr and calling for him to resign. The president, however, isn’t having it. In an exclusive interview on my Boston Herald Radio show Wednesday, Trump said the attorney general is “a very, very high quality person.” Trump added that the attacks Democrats are lobbing at such a distinguished and widely respected career professional at the Department of Justice “shouldn’t happen to him.” If you … [Read more...] about Now, we can look forward to the real Russia investigation
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2018 has brought us a ton of great green car action, from a wild Formula 1 season that saw Ferrari– finally!– put up a legitimate challenge to Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes to the CEO of a multi-billion dollar EV company calling a British rescue diver a pedophile on a public forum. It’s been an awesome year, and the green car revolution keeps soldiering on, but some aspects of that march are more exciting than others. To that end, here are five of the new vehicles set to debut in the coming year that we’re most excited about here at Gas 2. Check out the list, then let us know what new cars or bikes you’re most looking forward to most in the comments section at the bottom of the page. The New Lynk & Co. 01 You’ve likely heard the phrase, “Chinese cars are coming” recently. Of course, Chinese cars are already here, in one form or another– you really think all those touchscreen interiors are made in Arkansas? But the Lynk & … [Read more...] about 5 New VEHICLES We’re Looking Forward to in 2019
General Motors hyped the original Chevrolet Volt as a world-beating car. Its development took years and was rumored to cost about $1 billion. We were told to expect an all-electric family car that would leapfrog the competition. Instead we got a four-seater hybrid that... didn’t. So what happened? My memories of the Volt start way back. I interned at the Plug In Hybrid Research Center at the Institute of Transportation Studies in the summer of 2008. It was a weird couple of months, which did include me talking the ear off of some early Tesla engineer about the upcoming sedan the company had just announced but not revealed. Make it the dimensions of the 1955 Chevrolet, I intoned. Every few years, a company comes out with a new sedan that’s that size and Americans love it, then the car gets bigger and bigger until the company downsizes again to those dimensions and it’s a hit again. I was not fun at parties. Anyway, it was a different time, one where the EV market … [Read more...] about Did You Work on the Original Chevrolet Volt? We Want to Hear From You
Melissa Nann Burke Detroit News Washington Bureau Published 5:37 p.m. UTC Jun 5, 2018 Washington — At least seven accusers of disgraced sports doctor Larry Nassar are expected to attend a U.S. Senate hearing Tuesday to hear testimony from his former employers — Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics. It will be the first time that former MSU President Lou Anna Simon speaks publicly about the Nassar sexual abuse scandal since resigning her post following his sentencing in January. Nassar is effectively serving a life sentence in prison after admitting to sexually abusing girls and women under the guise of medical treatment and to possessing child pornography. Kaylee Lorincz, a Nassar victim from Macomb County, said she’s looking forward to the hearing, “hoping to hear some truth, and not the same old stories from MSU and USAG.” “Hopefully, we find out who knew what when,” said Lorincz, now a student at … [Read more...] about Nassar victims to attend U.S. Senate hearing to hear from his former employers
Costs Of Auto Glass Repair & Replacement When your auto glass gets a chip or crack, you may think it is not a big deal. However, that chip or crack can spread and turn into a costly windshield replacement if it is not taken care of in a timely manner. Over time, moisture and dirt can get into the crack in your windshield and cause it to weaken. Additionally, during the winter months moisture in your windshields crack can freeze and ultimately lead to the crack spreading. During the summer months, the heat will increase the temperature of your windshield which will lead to the crack to expand. Cost Of Windshield Repair If the crack or chip in your windshield is smaller than a quarter, it can be repaired. As a matter of fact, most insurance companies will cover the costs of windshield repair due to safety hazards and most claims will not impact your insurance rates. However, if you are looking to pay for a chipped or cracked windshield repair out of your own … [Read more...] about How Much Does It Cost To Repair or Replace My Car Windshield?