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Congress: We Need A “National Strategy” To Address Job Losses Due To Self-Driving Vehi...

Congress: We Need A “National Strategy” To Address Job Losses Due To Self-Driving Vehi…For the vast majority of Americans, any concerns about autonomous vehicles are mostly safety-related. But many in the trucking world are concerned about the impact self-driving trucks could have on their jobs. It turns out, some members of Congress are worried about that too, and have called for a “national strategy” to address the issue. Both the White House and the Department of Transportation have made their support for autonomous vehicle development known. But the House Appropriations Committee says that not enough attention is being paid to potential downsides. According to FreightWaves, the Committee chastised the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration for not providing “sufficient oversight” over the development of self-driving technology. “While the Committee recognizes the vast potential of automated vehicles, the Committee is concerned that this technological transformation may displace workers who currently earn their…


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Dan Bongino calls out Congress: Throw your politics ‘in the garbage’ and fix t...

Dan Bongino calls out Congress: Throw your politics ‘in the garbage’ and fix t…Fox News contributor Dan Bongino called on Congress to throw their politics “in the garbage” and come together on ways to address the border crisis.  ….. Read More.FOX NEWS – Politics | Politics & GovernmentMon, June 24, 20195 hours ago


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U.S. Government Says Migrant Children Deserve Dirty, Traumatizing Conditions

U.S. Government Says Migrant Children Deserve Dirty, Traumatizing ConditionsFor years, U.S. propagandists have spread scare stories about trafficked children being housed in warehouses and forced to sleep on mats or rickety cots, with inadequate nutrition, zero privacy, and a lack of basic sanitation. Thankfully, there’s been no evidence of renegade human traffickers actually holding kids in such conditions here. It’s the U.S. government that is doing that. After snatching kids away from their parents, federal authorities are ferreting children off to secretive warehouse locations where neon lights shine 24 hours per day. Kids are crowded into large cages where they sleep on shared mats—or sometimes concrete floors. They can be denied soap, toothbrushes, and medicine, amid outbreaks of lice and flu. The more information that comes out about the conditions our government is keeping migrant kids in, the more unbelievably horrifying it all becomes. Some of the babies, children, and…


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Schiff says decision to subpoena Mueller could come this week

Schiff says decision to subpoena Mueller could come this weekHouse Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said on Sunday that expects lawmakers to decide this week whether or not they plan to subpoena Special Counsel Robert Mueller to testify before Congress. ….. Read More.FOX NEWS – Politics | Politics & GovernmentSun, June 23, 20191 day ago


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Retrospective: 1974-1979 Kawasaki KZ400 Twin

Retrospective: 1974-1979 Kawasaki KZ400 Twin1976 Kawasaki KZ400D3. Owner: Michael Lane, Kansas City, Kansas.Nice little bike. Great for commuting, but entirely capable of a cross-country trip. This model was an answer to problems in the global economy. The dollar was devalued in 1971, with President Nixon taking us off the gold standard, meaning we had less money to spend on foreign products. Also, Congress was upping the import tariffs on lots of things, trying to figure out how to pay for the war in Vietnam. In response, Kawasaki decided to build a factory in Lincoln, Nebraska. This was not a real manufacturing facility, but more of an assembly plant, as the import duties on bits and pieces of a motorcycle were a lot less than bringing in a whole one. 1976 Kawasaki KZ400.Kawasaki had been looking at the success of Honda’s little four-stroke twin, the CB350, which had modest performance but…


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Fox contributor says that “as a legal matter there is no reason why any of these Whi...

Fox contributor says that “as a legal matter there is no reason why any of these Whi…BILL HEMMER (CO-ANCHOR): You had Hope Hicks before that House Judiciary Committee hearing yesterday behind closed doors. I don’t know if much came from this but it appears, based on Democratic reaction after the hearing, that they’re headed to court on this matter and probably a few other things. DAN HENNINGER (FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR): Inevitably they’re probably headed to court, that’s where these things usually go. But nonetheless I think what the House Democrats are also doing, at least some of them, are trying to push Nancy Pelosi towards agreeing to impeachment hearings. This is a political project of theirs. They want to tee up the Trump presidency as impeachable. They want to convey to the American people that it was an illegitimate presidency. The Russian collusion narrative failed and now this is plan…


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