Good intentions, bad results
The administration says its proposal will make cars more affordable and save lives.
How cowardly politicians avoid telling voters that they should pay more for the privilege of driving
The new rules will likely lead to cheaper, safer vehicles.
'We're going to work on the CAFE standards so you can make cars in America again'
Energy taxes are obvious to voters, while the effects of energy efficiency standards are sneakier
Politicians prefer efficiency mandates because they are less obvious to voters than taxes.
Activists howl in outrage and frustration
Will government solutions to global warming be worse than global warming?
President vows that he will press forward with hodgepodge of climate regulations
Just a tad crooked