Washington D.C. is a notoriously dumb city. It gets snow on a fairly regular basis, and yet it has absolutely no idea how to handle it. Even its supposed best drivers, the agents of the Secret Service, couldn’t drive in the light dusting the city received on Wednesday, and crashed multiple times. And now it’s supposed…
Here’s Lyndon B. Johnson, the 36th President of the United States driving a German Amphicar in its natural habitat with Eunice Kennedy Shriver and Paul Glynn as passengers. This was a thing in the sixties.
Try and count all the vehicles in the President's motorcade! You can't. There are too many. It's impossible.
No matter what you think of Jay Leno, he has one hell of a kickass car collection. But there's one car he doesn't have: President Obama's insanely armored Cadillac limo. Last night, Obama changed that. Kind of.
President Obama is on his way to Israel for a state visit. His limo, the Beast, made the trip with him. Apparently it just broke down because it was filled with gas instead of diesel. Whoops.
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If there's one thing that NASCAR drivers are famous for, it's turning left. Apparently it's the same for its fans.
Now that last week's Republican National Convention is over, it's time for the Democrats to take center stage and nominate President Obama — or an ultra top secret "Mystery Candidate X" — for the presidency.
Marketing research company Strategic Vision recently completed a study that sought to identify what new vehicles found the most favor with Democrats and Republicans. After 38,000 responses the study revealed some rather interesting results.
President Barack Obama took time out from watching the Republican field eviscerate each other in Florida to visit the Washington D.C. Auto Show. He sat in roughly six cars, but seemed to focus on the 2013 Shelby GT500, which he apparently called "sick." Right on, Mr. President.
A Tornado-damaged street in Joplin, Missouri. A president offering support and a handshake to a man waving an American flag. This couldn't be a better commercial for Chevy if they'd planned it themselves. Chevy runs deep? Our Country, our truck? They ain't got nothing on this Amerigasm. (Photo via @Jesseclee44/by …
President Obama's statements on the death of Osama bin Laden ushered in one of the greatest moments of collective catharsis in American history. Though only nine minutes in length, the excellent speech managed to incorporate tactical details, an acknowledgment of profound grief, an entreaty for religious tolerance,…
Standing in the Kokomo, Indiana Chrysler plant, President Obama said the lesson of 2009's auto industry bailout is not to bet against Americans, who are experts at turning billions of dollars of loans into a modest profit. Full advice below.
One man. One unpronounceable name. And one goal: to save the President. He is... Secret Service Agent Galifianakis. (Photo Credit: Mike Theiler-Pool/Getty Images)
President Obama will not be coming to the Detroit Auto Show because, as you know — even when you invest billions of our dollars in the auto industry, only a crazy person would fly into Detroit in January. God, why is the damn auto show in January? A real President would have changed that. [Detroit News]