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3 Worst Muscle Cars That Were Extremely Popular

July 28, 2020

Muscle cars are all the rage. Even today, if you see one driving around, it’s cool. It’s cool to look at and it’s even cooler if you own one. Unfortunately, not all vehicles are equal. If you were a kid in the ’70s and your cooler, older next-door neighbor had a muscle car – it […]

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bail system

The Bail System: What Can We Do About It?

July 1, 2020

“Innocent until proven guilty” is a noble notion but we need to talk about its not-so-noble accessory: the bail system. Holding the accused indefinitely in jail is neither fair nor practical. But the current rules of bail are skewed in favor of the wealthy. Today, Garrett Rolfe made bail at the Gwinnett County jail. Rolfe […]

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NASCAR Bans Confederate Flag

June 11, 2020

NASCAR has officially banned the Confederate Flag during events. The current climate for social justice has led to many movements among high-profile sporting events. For Americas most watched sports event, this means a symbol for change. NASCAR Released This Statement: “The presence of the Confederate flag at NASCAR events runs contrary to our commitment to […]

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fuel

Fuel Prices Drop Dramatically

May 7, 2020

Fuel is one of the most essential items throughout the world. It allows everything to run. Aside from electricity (which is rapidly approaching) oil is the number one resource for heating houses, moving cars, and works to further the production of power throughout the world. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 and the global pandemic that ensued, […]

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smart microgrids

Smart Microgrids: How Small Towns Supply Power

April 17, 2020

Smart microgrids have been popping up in small towns across the country. While traditional methods in the past revolved around short-term ideas, this new way will help alleviate small-town energy troubles. Take, for instance, the small town of Isle au Haut located 7-mile off the coast of Maine. It’s year-round populace currently stands at 70 […]

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Meat Trucking Facing Sharp Demand

March 27, 2020

Frozen goods such as meat and other products are in drastic need of delivery drivers. Some of the most common household goods are not being kept stocked on shelves due to “panic-buying”. This has left the already overextended trucking industry to push workers to drive upwards of 14 hours per day in order to make […]

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General Motors

General Motors: Electrics Sleeping Giant

March 6, 2020

For most, the thought of General Motors’ endeavors into the electric world of cars might be scoffed at. They are, after all, one of the largest producers of gas-guzzling vehicles. But they have a long history of developing electric technology. In fact, they were one of the first companies to develop a consumer wide electric […]

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Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day: On The Road

February 14, 2020

Valentine’s day is one of those holidays where if you have a loved one, you purchase a card, some flowers and you go out to dinner. Some people put way too much emphasis on the holiday and go above in beyond to show the person they are with that they love them. For those that […]

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Women Drivers

Women Drivers Are Spearheading Trucking

January 24, 2020

Women drivers are entering the trucking industry in full-force. The trucking industry has been in a mix over the past two years. With hundreds of businesses shutting down in 2019, to a continued decline in truck drivers filling the roles of a retirement generation, women have turned up to take the reigns. Trucking Crisis Provides […]

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DMV

The DMV: A Terrible Place

January 4, 2020

The DMV is a terrible place. Depending on your area, you could be in and out within an hour or so, or you could be stuck waiting in line for over half a day. Either way, registering your vehicle with the DMV is a time-consuming task. The DMV: Waiting In Line Lines are standard at […]

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