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Incredible That Americans Entrusted With Driving Cars

Singapore traffic jam. Photo courtesy of epSos.de  Enjoyed this Onion article about drivers: Citing that a majority of Americans are irresponsible, easily distracted people who have little regard for other human beings, a new Department of Transportation report revealed Wednesday that it’s “actually kind of crazy” that U.S. citizens are allowed to drive automobiles. “Americans ...

American Attitudes: America & the World 5

I recently came across an interesting website that reports US public opinion on a broad range of international policy issues. According to the site, each report integrates and explains as much as a decade of polling data. According to the website, regarding the Kyoto Treaty: “A strong majority of Americans favors the US abiding by ...

My new American friend

I have probably made a new American friend after yesterday’s post. The blog I linked to yesterday was posted on November 10th. There were no comments on his posting as of yesterday evening, so it was posted for a full month with no comments. But since I posted a link, he now has 9 comments ...

An American Attitude

I came across a blog entry this evening that caught my attention. Basically this guy is ranting about terrorists and the awful things they have done. He says “I hate the fact that civilians are being killed. But they were warned, and told to leave.” He also suggested that the solution to the problem is ...

Anti-American Government, NOT Anti-American 4

I would like to clear something up with my American friends. I was reading a CNN article this morning about Bush visiting Canada, and here is a quote from the article: “President Bush’s trip North of the border will be akin to a polite dance where he’ll try to avoid missteps that could create more ...