From clones, family, abortion, terrorism, and the concept of the collective to economics, nuclear power, cap and trade, renewable energy, and the politics of climate change, Everest and Bedogne do something much needed and remarkably absent in today's media. They strip away the layers of liberal and conservative ideology to look at the most talked about topics of our time from the standpoint of what the politicians have forgotten--common sense. Brought to light by logic, history, and science, the book filters the issues that in today's world every citizen, student, and educator needs to understand through what we know to be sound--that which we have gained through our day-to-day trials--our all-too-often repressed ability to see things in a practical and matter-of-fact way.Applicable for the 2008 model year, the EPA applied a new methodology to estimate gas mileage to bet- ter reflect real-world performance. under the ... limit and that used an average highway speed of 49 mph, the 2006 toyota Prius had city and highway mileage ratings of respectively 60 and 51 miles-per-gallon. ... A common complaint among hybrid owners is that their vehicles dona#39;t get the Hybrid Cars.
|Title||:||Commonsense Guide to Current Affairs|
|Author||:||Vincent Frank Bedogne, Marcy Jean Everest|
|Publisher||:||Wipf and Stock Publishers - 2009-08-01|