The USA Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards have been set to 54.5 mpg by 2025, producing consumer savings comparable to lowering the price of gas by $1 per gallon. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency developed the new CAFE standards to help American households save more than $8,000 in fuel savings over the life of their vehicle while reducing Americas economic dependence on foreign oil!
13 major manufacturers (in the private sector) have expressed their support for the new standards. Click "read more" to see the official press release from the NHTSA!
|A Cattle Concentration Camp|
Not a blade of grass grows: GMO Pesticide Corn Fed Beef
The High Costs of Low Meat Prices
The cows used to render cheap beef are sent to concentration camps where they are denied grass, forced to eat corn to fatten their muscles: too sick to sustain such a lifestyle, they are injected with antibiotics and hormones to keep them barely alive until they are slaughtered in a brutal inhuman fashion that is cruel and disgusting!