Toyota left enough wiggle room to drive a car through in its statement that it would stop donating to election-denying members of Congress.
Brent Terhune is seen in the video above giving his comedic take on Toyota being the largest corporate donor to Republican election objectors.
A report by Axios showed that Toyota is far and away the largest corporate donor to Republicans who objected to the election results.
He's just desperate for attention now.
If it's Friday, it means PBS viewers are going to be treated to their regular dose of hackery from David Brooks during one of his appearances on The Newshour. This week Brooks is asked to weigh in on the presidential election and Brooks wants us to
Big corporations are getting a steady infusion of your hard-earned tax dollars... Reuters: Across the country more than 2,700 companies are collecting state income taxes from hundreds of thousands of workers - and are keeping the money
For several weeks, Fox News has declared war on the Chevy Volt in the name of belittling all so-called green energy initiatives. The attacks have been relatively trivial, ranging from ridicule by Bill O'Reilly over a recall to general guffaws at
I don't know why this is suddenly such big news. Car companies have been negotiating recall compromises with the government for decades, leading to
As time goes by, more and more scandals will be exposed while George Bush was president. Bloomberg: At least four U.S. investigations into unintende
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