Neoconservative Anti-Americanism on full display at National Review

My simple question is, what would Buckley think? Go read I would have thought I was reading weakly Weekly Standard or Commentary. Also too; sure, the bailouts of GM and Chrysler were terrible. But, reading this guy’s tripe; you’d swear … Continue reading

Anti-Union blowhard Senator Bob Corker “I am Anti-UAW”

This blowhard son-of-a-bitch makes my skin want to crawl. 😡 The Video: The Story via the Corner: The United Automobile Workers’ failure to form a union at a Chattanooga, Tenn., Volkswagen plant after two years of organizing efforts was a result welcomed by Senator … Continue reading

Liberal Brookings Institution: Cash for clunkers one big massive FAIL!

Heh…. I love it when bloggers like myself are vindicated! 😀 (H/T JBS) The Story: The left-leaning Brookings Institution admitted in an October 31 report that the Obama administration’s Car Allowance Rebate System, or “Cash for Clunkers” program, was an … Continue reading

A Thinking Americanist EXCLUSIVE: UAW gearing for a major battle with Detroit’s big 3 automakers

This is an exclusive scoop right here on Thinking Americanist.  You will not read this anywhere else, and I am giving this scoop, because I believe people have a right to know. I was at the union hall today with … Continue reading

Heh: GM’s electric car sales plummet, GM blames “inventory issues”

I hate writing stuff like this because my Dad is a GM retiree. However, the truth is the truth and the truth is, General Motors is lying out of their rather large derrieres.  The Story via The Detroit News — … Continue reading

I’m Back!

Please note: When reading this, try to imagine someone speaking in a slight southern accent; like I do. It will help to make it sound funnier.  — As I told you all, I went out with my Dad today. I … Continue reading

Detroit’s Autorama is in town

Now here is something that makes me get a bit nostalgic: Now that Detroit has had a month to bask in the future of what the automotive industry has to offer, the Motor City will now take a look at … Continue reading