I just read the NJ Lemon Law (or a pamphlet on it). It sounds like this case isn't really a go for the lemon law (yet). Essentially, the owner needs to send a registered letter to the manufacturer and dealer giving them 10 calendar days from receipt of the registered letter to make one last effort to solve the… » 1/23/15 6:00pm Friday 6:00pm

I've written my state legislators (senator and delegate) several times over this issue - including an email conversation with my senator's chief of staff, explaining my position (e.g. that my position is not pro-speeding, but is one of reform towards more reasonable legislation). » 1/19/15 12:28pm 1/19/15 12:28pm

I like this article, and it applies to so many things when it comes to driving. When I was a younger man, I found myself getting disproportionately irritated by little impolite driving infractions. E.g. slow left-lane hogs, people who tailgate, inconsiderate parkers, and people who don't use turn signals. Most of… » 1/15/15 6:20pm 1/15/15 6:20pm

I disagree that driving is a privilege any more than our other rights that can be revoked. Perfect example, your freedom to not be incarcerated - we would both agree that this is not a privilege, but a right that can be revoked if we break the law. How about voting? This is a right, but it can be revoked too.… » 1/15/15 3:55pm 1/15/15 3:55pm

This clear case of Satanic symbols being used by our governments really got me thinking. As an agnostic, I am outraged by public schools teaching children to write using a lower-case "t". Clearly, this letter resembles a cross. By teaching our young and impressionable students to repeatedly read and write the letter… » 1/15/15 12:23pm 1/15/15 12:23pm