American students’ poor performance in the classroom is a threat to the strength of our great democracy. Students in elementary school, high school, and college have huge gaps in their knowledge of American history and in their understanding of the rights and privileges that being a citizen of the United States bestows upon them.
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With its hands red from the blood of wrongful deaths and personal injuries caused by Sudden Unexplained Acceleration (SUA) in its cars and SUVs, Toyota has launched a public relations campaign that says, essentially, “Nobody can prove that we did anything wrong.”
In a public relations effort designed to promote the idea that Toyota has a valid solution for the Sudden Unintended Acceleration (SUA) that has caused the wrongful deaths of at least 15 occupants of its cars and trucks, the automaker has announced a huge recall.
Only with the blessings of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) could a substance as dangerous as benzene carry the label of “inert”.
Route 1 at the intersections of Virginia Avenue and Cypress Avenue, Moss Beach, California constitutes a dangerous condition of public property and creates a trap for young bicyclists that demands emergency attention to make crossing Route 1 safe for Moss Beach pedestrians and children on bicycles, in accordance with Caltrans policies.