By Ron Edwards
January 16, 2015
The North American International Auto Show, also known as The Detroit Auto Show is quite an impressive display of automotive dream machines. Upon entering this year’s motorcar display for the
recent press week, it was immediately obvious that America’s Ford motor company is not only gearing up to compete with, but even to surpass some automotive competitors. As one ventures into the sizeable Ford exhibit, a collection of mustangs both new and vintage will both please the eye and bring about thoughts of summer drives in one of those iconic beauties. Almost all car enthusiasts will truly want to hit the road in the Shelby Mustang GT 350R.
You will also not want to leave the presence of the 2017 Ford GT Coupe. I stood there gawking at that future classic for over ten minutes before acquiring information about it from the experts waiting to answer our litany of questions. For starters, the 2017 Ford GT is a superb combination of old and new. As one spokesman stated, “Its wide gauge cluster with center mounted tachometer, red starter button, metal shift nob, large toggle switches and carbon fiber seats reflect upon its earlier heritage. Also, the Ford GT is adorned with a console made of magnesium and a unique pattern of interior lighting. Which is coupled with almost every element of high style and superior quality gadgets that combine to make this American standout very competitive on the global stage. With a lightening fast 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds, it is doubtful that the Ford GT Coupe will ever get left behind at any road race venue.”
Upon venturing over to the Buick display, I was immediately focused upon the very beautiful Avenir flagship concept vehicle. It is a very long and almost
Pictured is the 2017 Ford GT
October 23, 2014
Or better yet, create one. Wake up America, here we go again.
Do you need a cup of coffee? Apparently a lot of people do because a lot of things are happening behind the scenes and America is sound asleep on many of these events. Time for a wake-up call – extra-caffeinated because this Ebola story is way deeper than what you see on the surface.
Plain and simple, the CDC owns the royalties to the Ebola Virus. Why, and what does the DoD have to do with Ebola as well?
The Natural News web site reports some very interesting points you need to know about:
As America continues to remain the debt ridden slave to lender nation governments the U.S regime acts as if money is no object. In the area of government excess, it is difficult to top a series of stupid grants recently awarded by the National Endowment for The Humanities that have drawn the scrutiny of a few conservative lawmakers like Jeff Sessions of Alabama. Amongst the numerous examples of wasting your tax dollars was $24,990 dollars on a study to figure out what is a monster? (I guess they were caught up in the spirit of Halloween) Another study for $25,000 was alloted for the study of What is the good life? Also, $23,000 was forked over to find out why people are bad?