By Tom Quiner
It was a perfect summer evening.
A few family members, the “conservative wing of the family,” sat on my patio sipping wine. 422 more words
All thriving cities are alike; every dying city is dead in its own way. Places like San Francisco, New York City and Austin may not have the same architecture or attractions, but they share an atmosphere—a feeling that what happens here matters. 1,159 more words
DETROIT- The executives of all the major American and foreign automobile companies gathered last night in a ballroom at Cobo Center during Detroit’s “North American International Auto Show” along with their wives, husbands… 240 more words
Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012
Yesterday, President Obama spoke at the United Auto Workers Annual Conference to discuss the success of the American auto industry. 132 more words
It’s not that I want to sound like an I-told-you-so, but I told you so.
When Detroit automakers started screaming last year about needing billions of dollars to keep them afloat, I knew that within a few months they’d need even more funds. 603 more words
Somebody named Stephen Collins, a lobbyist for the auto industry (his title is actually, “President, Automotive Trade Policy Council,” but I feel comfortable in calling him a lobbyist), wrote a… 588 more words