Do Recalls Really Make Us Safer?, Dartmouth Atlas Seen as Basis of ObamaCare, and Bishops Change Feeding Tube Guidelines

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  1. Virginia says:

    Bad drivers/good cars: I tend to think that all of this fuzz over Toyota is a ploy by Government Motors to get a larger share of the market. If I were in the market for a new car, I’d be at a Toyota dealership right now.

    Bishops/feeding tubes: If the Catholic church wants to create all of these new rules about end of life measures, I think the Catholic church ought to pay the cost of keeping people in a persistent vegetative state alive.

  2. Joe S. says:

    The Dartmouth atlas has been taking quite a few hits lately.

  3. Devon Herrick says:

    While taking a defensive driving course, I discovered that bad drivers (and good drivers behavior badly) kill, injure and cause for property damage than criminals.

  4. Tom H. says:

    State health and pension unfunded liabilities are the state version of Social Security and Medicare.

  5. Brian Williams. says:

    I agree with Virginia’s comment about GM and Toyota. The government has a financial stake in GM, so it is no surprise that they are strenuously going after Toyota.

  6. Awaw Wahyudi says:

    I also love the images you put in here.