The right answer is, “yes.” The problem today is that there are still some misconceptions by consumers and an occasional poor practice by dealers that keep the simplicity of buying cars from being realized. The car business isn’t what it used to be. Today, it’s possible for consumers to know what they need to know and for dealers to acknowledge that the modern selling experience is completely different from what it used to be. Continue reading Can buying a car be easy?
Meningitis B is both mysterious and serious. It hits 1200 children yearly in the United Kingdom alone and is fatal in 1 in 10 cases. Now, the first government-funded optional vaccine program is scheduled to be offered in September. Continue reading Meningitis B vaccine to roll out in UK in September
When Jeb Bush makes his official announcement that he’s running for the GOP nomination to be President of the United States, he’s going for one message: he’s capable of winning. He isn’t likely to highlight policy and he’ll likely try to avoid any connections with his presidential father and brother. Instead, he’s going to discuss how he can take the message to America that they don’t have to settle for Hillary Clinton or any other Democrat. Continue reading Jeb Bush will announce bid with message that he can actually win
There was an exciting headline that came across the wire today. It gave hope that the situation in Iraq and Syria could soon change and that the Islamic State might actually meet some resistance in the near future. After reading the article, it provided further proof that the NY Times is becoming more of a sounding board for Washington than a critical beacon for journalistic integrity. Continue reading What the NY Times is calling new seems like more of the same in Iraq
The President of the United States chose not to mince words about the President of Russia. Barack Obama’s closing remarks at the G7 summit in Germany were directed at Vladimir Putin and resonated with one message: stop in Ukraine or else. Continue reading Obama delivers stern warning to Putin to conclude G7 summit
It’s not Egypt in the days of Moses. It’s China’s Liaoning Province and the scene of tens of thousands of tiny toads hitting the streets is both disquieting and a little humorous at the same time. Continue reading Tens of thousands of toads hit Chinese town